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ett Natal Barititiarr.
saturd,iy Morning, May 5, 1866
rye observe in a late number of
t i e Elk Advocate," an article recom
ooibg huts B. GRAIIAId, Esq,, of
Clearfield, Fa., for Congress. Mr. Uns
horn is well and favorably known in this
B ojo, an one of the most successful
inobermeo on the Susquehanna river ;
p bigh toned, liberal minded and intelli
gent gentleman of fine business gnalifi•
eatiooe, who would make an excellent
forking member ofCongress. We have
kno b Mr. G. for over twenty years,
and bear willing testimony to his worth.
ce know our friends in the Clearfield
district could do no better than send
each a sterling Unionist as Mr. Graham
if A most unprovoked and cowardly
ad waHotel s committed in front of the White
scow ,on Friday afternoon last,
by swan calling himself Hanes, said to
bean ex•aosistant provost marshal, upon
Pilot William Wilson, of McCall's Fer
ry, who is well known here as very
peaceable and unending. It appears
that he struck Wilson in the face,
knocking him down and cutting his face
badly, without any cause whatever,
Bass, however, left between " two min
utes," for a trio of Billy's friends wet
in pursuit, sod had they caught him,
would have made him regret his brutal
gir The Susquehanna river, at this
point, has been "well-up" for the past
week, bat is now too low for running.
Very little lumber arrived during ate
week, although it is said that there was
every good flood at Lock Haven—the
tofu must, therefore, ha "tied-up" at
points all along the river, above this
place. The business has been very poor
this spring, for the laboring classes, who
depend much upon a "good spring," al
though prices have kept up surprisingly.
lir As a young man from Lancaster,
named August Franke, son of Henry
Franke, brewer, was driving across the
hill between this place and Columbia,
on Sunday evening last, about half-past
seven o'clock, he was stopped by two
young highwaymen—one taking hold of
the horse and the other presenting him
fell at the buggy, revolvers in hand, and
demanded his money or his life. The
young man was thus relieved of his gold
Welch and pocket book. It is slid the
hopefuls ere "spotted " and will soon
li' We learn that A. Hiestand Glatz,
senator from the York district, accident
ally shot himself in the hand, a few days
since; the ball was extracted and the
General, at last accounts, was getting
along finely. Doctor Grove was called
over to " Hellam "—the copperhead
"Gibralter " of York—to dress the
hand and reports it only a painful flash
Or A german named Frederick Byer
ley, belonging to this place, whilst as
sisting a "Hitting party " on the 2d Of
April, stole a lot of carpet, which he af
terwards sold to a familL residing in
town, who bad the carpet cat to fit a
room. Policeman Emswiller was put
apes the track and found the carpet on
the floor and arrested the thief, who is
now In jail, awaiting trial.
lir Mr. Wormll, the Fish-darn Com
minim', in a letter to some Lanoasteri-
Ink says as soon as the water falls he
Pill visit the successful fishwayftt4tias
wheats and Maine and copy 'from
them for the arrangement of the dittns
la the Susquehanna. This looks as If
something is about to be done.
fir The Marietta Academy bee open
ed its second seesion. Mr. Maxwell
50, clamp lee the Wickersham residence
nd Academy building, in Market
Slime, where he .has greater facilities
111 4 conveniences for his school, which,
we ere glad to learn, is very well sus
IT The corner stone of the St. John's
Episcopal church of this borough, was
la la on Wednesday afternoon at 2
O'cl ock. Quite a number of strangers
INN present. Bishop . Vail, of Kansas,
Rot Mr. Bombed, of Lancaster, and
cliktr divines assisted in the ceremonies.
R' The "Open Temperance 0 rgani
notion" will bold another meeting on
Monday cra n i ng next. Rev. Mr. Claw
'!" Will address the meeting. The
public is cordially invited to attend.
re commence at 7} o'clock.
Sir A new time]e went into effect
On t he Reading and Columbia railroad,
en Tuesday last. See the corrected
tsSi s i n another nehunri. It will be ob
ssiled that a "Sanday Train " nom
enema to-morrow. •
giir County Superintendent David
b r it tlo has been re-elected for three
' 4 4. With au increased salary of from
81,200 to $1,700. Mr, A. 0. Newpher,
01 1 opponent, received 15 votes.
or The boysandgirls are requested
to meet TIM afternoon at Two oVeek—
loolead of fast Saturday, as published in
oorlect—at Temperance Hall, for the
purpose of forming a temperance society.
Messrs. Spangler & Rich have
Jett received a lot of new goods. See
*air ad vertisetar'nt in anotkes column.
lir A Harrisburg correspondent, in
speaking of the Fish law, for the restor
ation of the fisheries, says : " this is
another great measure of general legis
lation, which is scarcely yet comprehen
ded by the people, whom it was intend
ed to benefit. As I understand it, this
law compels the owners of all dams in
the Susquehanna river and its branches
and tributaries, so to alter those dame
as to allow the passage of fish np said
streams. The fishermen know exactly
what ie meant by a dam obstruction in
any stream, and the same fishermen will
fully comprehend the effect of removing
such obstructions. Thirty years ago the
fisheries along the Susquehanna were
considered the best in the Middle
States. Shad, Perch, Pike, Bass, Salm
on, and an endless variety of the com
moner species of fish were caught in
great abundance. To-day there are very
few if any Shad taken above the Colum
bia dam, while it is only, on rare occa
sions that Perch or Pike are caught any.
where north or west of Columbia, in the
Susquehmana or its branches. It is pre
dicted, however, that in a few seasons
after the dame have been altered, .all
these varieties of fish will make their
spawning places in the Susquehanna Riv
er—and thus will be revived those great
fisheries which once created immense
revenues for the State, and afforded
cheap food for the people."
ifir We understand that the Reading
tic Columbia R. R. Co., intend putting a
Sunday Train on their road. It is. pro
posed to start it to-morrow. It will
connect with the train leaving Reading
at 9.50 L. M., for Philadelphia. Per
sons can make the round trip from Colum
bia to - Philadelphia in one day, allowing
about three hours in the latter place.
This new train will be a great conveni
ence to our citizens, as well as the peo
ple along the line of the road, as persons
can go to Litiz, Ephrata or Reading in
the morning and return the same even
air At a late meeting of Susquehan
na Lodge, No. 6, 1. 0. of G. T., the fol
lowing officers were regularly elected
and installed : W. C. T., M. L. Bahn ;
W. V. T., Elmira Carroll; W. S., J.
Clayton Steacy ; W. A. 5 , Sallie Thu
ma; W. T., Lewis Leader; W. C., J.
Stringer; W. F. S., Jacob Windolph ;
W. M., John J. Carroll ; W. D. M., Hal
lie Cook ; W. I. G., Christian Shireman;
W. 0. U., William Frame ; W. H. H.
S., Sallie Cochran ; W. L. H, 5 , Liz
zie Frailey ; W. P. C. T., Phil. M.
Kline ; L. D., 11. H. Johnson.
ear We learn from Mr. Jacob Grubb,
says the Columbia Spy, that the body of
his son, Geo. W. Grubb, who was drown
ed in the Susquehanna some weeks since
has been found. He was discovered
lodged upon the breast of the dam in
the vicinity of Safe Harbor, and was re
cognized by photographs, letters, &e.,
found upon his person. He was tempo
rarily buried in the neighborhood where
he was found.
'The Offices of the Reading & Co
lumbia Rail Road Company were re
moved on Saturday last, to the buildings
owned by them, known as Carpet Hall,
foot of Locust street. The different of
fices'are now fixed up, and are complete
and comfortable in all their arrange
ments. The Superintendent's office,
General Freight and Ticket office, Treas
urer's and Telegraph office are all in the
same building.—Colunibia Spy.
ow Mrs. Elizabeth Wolfsberger, a
german lady, aged 84 years, residing
with her son, at the lower end of town,
went to bed.on Thursday night, in her
usual health, and was found dead in bed,
on Friday morning, by the family. Es
quire Auger, deputy coroner, held an
inquest—verdict, death from old age.
er Emanuel White and Samuel Ben
son—two colored boys—were arrested
for cruelly treating a white boy, on
Front street, a few days since. They
had a hearing before 'Squire Auger,
who held Benson to bail, to answer at
court and discharged White., •
Or Col. James Worrell, a practical
engineer, has been appointed Fish Com
missioner. He hes been a warm friend
of the measure for altering the dams,
and we hope he will succeed in again
furnishing us with salmon, shad, herring,
rock, perch, &Lc.
dir - A resolution was passed unani
mously at the County Convention of
School Directors, held in Lancaster, on
Tuesday, recommending the appoint
ment of Professor James'Pyle Wicker.
sham, as State Superintendent of Com
fir It appears that the two shawl
thieves, arrested here' last week, who
gave their names as Huntingdon and
Kelly, are old jail birds, named Fordney
and Cosgrove, and several charges lac,
now pending against them in Lancaster.
ear Two of Columbia's "
Darkies " got into a row-at the upper
station, a few days since ; one had his
thumb nearly bitten off, and a "_ watch
fob" but below hie eye.
fir Created quite an excitement
amongst the young folks, on Wednesday
last—Dan Rice's "Buai-Pant."
ISir. S. Patterson Sterrett bas been
r&appointed Notary Pithlin for thie-bo
L-% - (&TEIR MAIIIETTIAN.@,-#-)
IMMENSE. STOCK OP
JusT RECEIVED BY
SPANGLER & RICE.
G'J Market Street, Marietta, Pa.
From the great manufacturers sales, which we
are selling below City wholesale prices.
Cloths and Cassimeres,
50 per-cent. lower than last year
MousDeLaines and other Dress Goods
AS LOW a s BEFORE the REBELLION!
Calico e 0
AT l2i CENTS AND UPWARDS!
Muslins, Checks and Tickings, Heavy
Grey and White Blankets. at less
THAN HALF THEIR VALUE!
Wall Papers, Window Blinds, Carpets, Floor
and Table Oil Cloths, &c.
Groceries of all kinds.: Sugars, Syrups, Teas,
Coffees, Fish, Cheese, Rice, &c.
Beading and. Columbia Railroad.
rfIRAINS of this road run by Reading Rail
L Road time, which is ten minutea'faster
than that of Pennsylvania ,P.ailroad.
On and after Tuesday, May Ist, 1866, trains
of this road will run as follows :
Will leave Columbia at 7:25 a. m. and arrive
at Reading at 9:40 a in. andcenfiect with the
New-York Express Train, which reachhithat
city at 3:40 p m., and Philadelphia at 12:45
p. m., and also connecting with trains for
Pottsville and the Lebanon Valley. And at
THREE O'clock in the Afternoon, arriving at
Reading at 5:15 p. m., connecting with trains
for Pottsville and the Lebanon Valley.
Trains will leave Reading at 6:20 a. m. for
Columbia, connecting at Landisville with Pa.
Railroad train, reaching Lancaster at 8:40 a.m.
and,Philadelphiti at 12:30 p, m., and arriving
at Columbia at 8:40 a. m. And also leave
Reading at 6:15 in the afternoon and arrive at
Columbia at 8:15 in the evening.
SUN D A Y TRAIN : Commencing Sunday,
May 6th, a Sunday Passenger Train will run
between Columbia and Reading, leaving Co
lumbia at 7:30 in the marling
,and arriving at
Reading at 9:40. Returning, leave Reading
at 6:05 p. m. arriving at Columbia at 8:15 p.m.
Passengers by this train can make cbse con
nection at Reading for New-York and Phila
delphia, arriving at the latter place at 12:30 p.
m. ; returning, leave Philadelphia at 3:15 p.m.
and arrive at Reading in time to connect with
this Sunday train.
;13^ Through tickets to New-York, Phila
delphia and Lancaster sold at principal sta
tions, and Baggage checked through. Freight
carried with the utmost promptness and dis
patch, at the lowest rates. Further informa
tion Willi regard to Freight or passage, may
be obtained from the Agents of the Compa
ny. GEo: F. G;Ion, Superintendent.
E. F. KEEvEs., General Freight & Ticket Agt.
SHUL. - TZ'S
Established in 1829.
NO. 20 NORTH QTJEEN STREET,
WE manufacture our own goods, thus en
abling us to sell at
OLD TIME PRICES.
The largest, best and most complete stock,
and at lower prices than any hcuse in the
Our immense stock of Spring and Summer
Goods consists of all the novelties of the sea
son, at least fifty different styles the most pop
ular of which are the
Indicator, very new,
A splendid Silk Hat for $5:00 !
Cheaper than can be had elsewhere.
Our business connection with our patrons
for a period of nearly 40 years, is a sufficient
guarrantec of our ability to please all who
may favor us with a nail.
SHULTZ & BROTHERS,
No. 20 North Queen-st., Lancaster.
B OROUGH PROCLAMATION.
WII EREA s, Numerous complaints have been
made to me, that certain persons have been
casting upon the streets and alleys of the bo
rough, Ashes, Shavings, Straw, Stones, Dung,
Brick- Bats, Heads and Entrails of Beasts and
Fish'and other annoyances, or obstructions, or
throwing thereon or running Soap Suds, Dish
Water, or any other filthy liquids in the streets
and gutters, in contravention of the several
Ordinances relating to placing nuisances and
obstrUctions upon the streets and alleys of the
I, the undersigned, Chief Burgess, therefore
issue this Proclamation, forbidding such vio
lations of said Ordinances, and to notify such
persons knowing themselves to have transgres
sed, to immediately remove such filth and ob
structions, and also to air and white-wash all
Cellars, otherwise the penalties of said Or
dinances will be imposed without distinction
of persons. THOS. STENCE,
Cut EF BURGESS.
Marietta, April 17, 1866.
AT the request of many of our old custom
ers, we have fitted up an
ICE CREAM SALOON,
in the room formerly occupied by us as a store
room, a few doors west of Spangler , s store.
Fruit of all kinds, wizen in season;
Fine Confectionary, •
Oranges and Lemons,
Fresh Vanilla Beans,
Always on hand and for sale.
Open every day and evening—Sunday's
HENRY WOLFF. ef CO
Marietta, April 7, 1866.-Im.
A stray Bull, about 2 years old,
of a RED color, came to the premises of the
subscriber, residing in East Donegti town
ship, near Schock's Mill,. on the 13th day of
Awl), 1866. The owner is hereby notified to
come forward and prove property, pay char
ges and take him away, otherwise he will be
sold according to law.
April 28, 1866.-3t*.
OUR SECOND ARRIVAL :—We will
open this 'week our second invoice of
CHEAP GOODS, which will be sold to suit
the downfall in merchandise. Come and see
us, for we will not be undersold by any other
house outside of Philadelphia. -
BOWERS & STEACY,
Market street., Marietta, Pa. •
Spring Shawls Balrnorals Gloves, Hosiery,
Belts and fineries, Embroidered Handker
chiefs and Collars, Mourning Collars and
Veils, Head Nets and Dress Trimmings. ,
A full supply at
SPANGLER & RICH'S.
"2/1 DRY -GOODS I;o33l.E4.—.Lakge end
kJ Medipro size, for ezile r
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
We beg leave to invite all those who are in
want of Bargains to our
NEW AND CIIEAP DRY GOODS,
Groceries, Queens ware, Glassware, No
and all other classes of goods generally kept in
a first class store. Having purchased our en
tire stock For CASH and at the recent decline
will sell them much beto v the former rates.
COME AND SEE OUR CHEAP
MUSLINS, CHECKS, TICAS,
GINGHAM'S, PRINTS, &c.,
tvluch will be sold right down with the mark
et. Our Dress Goods department comprises
the latest dosigns of goods adapted to the sea
son which wall be found full and complete.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VESTINGS
of which we have a beautiful line of plain and
Fancy Cassimeres, English and French . Sack
ings, Plain Black Cloths, both - oreign and
domestic, and all other. Goods for a nice out
Queensware, a full line of Toilet, Tea and
Dinner Setts, covered .dishes, gic., always
on hand, Groceries, a good supply of choice
Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Syrups and, spices.
lizr Dry Goods cheaper than. Wet Goods.
Come and see us and be convinced of what we
say. BOWEBS.Er STEA CY"
E. REMINGI'ON & SONS,
- - . 40 MANUFACTURERS
Of Revolveks, Tulles, ilfuskets
For the United States Service
Also, Pocket and Belt Revolvers,
Canes, Revolving Rifles, Rifle and
Shot .Gun Barrels, and Gun materials,
sold by Gun dealers and the Trade
In these days of Housebreaking and Robbery,
every House, Store, Bank and Office should
have one of
Parties desiring to avail themselves of the
late improvements in Pistols, and superior
workmanship and form, will find all combined
in the. New
Circulars containing cuts and description
of our Arms will be furnished on application.
E. REMINGTON k SONS,
Imox, N. Y.
AIOORE SL Nicirocs, Agents,
No. 40 Courtland-st., N. Y
L ADIES TAKE PARTICULAR
THE REAL VALPAU FEMALE PILLS!
[ WARRANTED FRENCH. ]
These Pills, so celebrated men' 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 $1 and six
postage stamps to 0. G. STAPLES, General
Agent for us, Watertown, New-Ydrk, or to
any 01 the above agents. [n0.25- I y
p i A. LINDSAY, . gi ge
ilia ufacturer and Dealer in
BOOTS & SHOES,
MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN.
Would most respectfully inform the citizens
of this Borough and neighborhood that he has
at this time the largest assortment of City made
work ever offered in this Borough, amongst
which may be named the new-style
i'orisi ) Boot, and Giobe-iii()
FOB .THE LADIES
A. L. being a practical BOOT AND SHOE
MAKER enables him to select with more
judgment than those who are not. He contin
ues to manufacture in the very best manner
everything in the BOOT AND SHOE line,
which he Oil warrant for neatness and fit.
leCall and examine the new stack before
Marietta, April 14, 1866.
iTop aitiW of Ttotions
IJ' IDGLOVES ; Puffed Muslin, for waists;
IN Black and White Veils; Neck-Ties for
Lames and Gentlemen Crochet ; Edgings ;
Jackonet Edging; Swiss Muslins; Cotton
Hose ; Infants' Waists ; new style Collars ;
Ribbons of all kinds; Dimity Ruffling; Em
broidered Handkerchiefs;. Coat Trimmings;
Fancy Buttons, for Coats and Dresses • Paper
Collars and Cuffs, for Ladies and Gentlemen ;
Hymn Books and an endless variety of useful
and fancy articles for both sexes. Come and
see for yourselves.
MRS. T. B. MORRIS
Beds leave to announce to the Ladies of Ma
] ietta and vicinity, that she has just received
a new and handsome lot of
Braiding and EMbroidery Stamps,
and Edson handsome lot of “Stamped Yokes."
Please give her a call. Residence on Lo
cust street, second door from the corner of
Front-st., Marietta. [3O-3m•
DR. 3. Z. HOFFER,
OF THE BALTIMORE COLLEGE
retsai OF DENTAL SURGERY,
LATE OF HARRISBURG.
OFFICE:—Front erect, next door to R
J Williams' Drug Store, between Locust
and Walnut streets, Columbia.
First National Bank of Marietta
firms BANKING ASSOCIATION
j_ HAVING COMPLETED ITS ORGANIZATION
is now prepared to transact all kinds of
• BANKING BUSINESS;
The Dos.rd.of Directors meet` weekly, on
Wednesday, for discount and other business.
lErßavdc Hours From 9'A, ra to 3p.
JOHN HOLLINGER, PRES/DERT.
AMOS BOWMAN, Cashier.
1 B U 9 II EL,9_II.4BTERERS
4000 , /
For Sale Cheap, at the Tannery of
GEO. W. SULTZBACH, -
Marietta, Lancaster county,. Pa.
March 31, 1866.
NOTICE _ persons . knowing them
selves indebted Ao.tttia undersigned will
please call and, stettle , ,iponodiately, •
Marietta, April 14, 1866. • -
$.25 THE $251.
Snicat Nusintss Otottegc,
Handel & Haydn Hall, .
Bth and ,Spring Garden Streets,
THOMAS MAY PEIRCE, A. M.,
PRESIDENT AND CONSULTING ACCOUNTArT
Novel and Permanent Arrangement of
From April 1, to October 1, 1866,
AND SUCCEEDING YEARS
Lire SCIIOLARSHIPS, including Bookkeeping,
Business Correspondence, Forms and Cus
ton s, Commercial Arithmetic,Business Pen
manship, Detecting Counterfeit Money and
Scholarships, including the same subjects as
above, Time limited to Three Months,
Penmanship, Three Months, $7
Penmanship and Arithmetic, 3ms 10
The saving of Coal and Gas in the Summer
months is an advantage of such importance as
enables the management of this College to
make a considerable reduction in the Summer
rates from October 1, 1866 to April 1, 1867,
and succeeding years, as before.
Life Scholarships, $35
Scholarships, 3 months, 25
Pentnanship, 3 months, 10
Penmanship and Arithmetic, 3 months, 12
Special Terms for Clubs, Soldiers, and for the
Sons of Ministers and Teachers.
Day and Evening Insturetion for both
sexes.and „al/ ages,
In Banking, Storekeeping, Bookkeeping, 'Pen
manship, Per, Drawing, Phonography, Arith
metic, Mensuration, Algebra, Geometry, Ana
lytical Geometry, the Calculus,. Navigation,
Surveying, Engineering, Gauging, Mining,
Mechanical Drawing, Commercial Law, Ger
man, Telegraphing; and the gn g lish Branches
at moderate prices.
Endorsed by the public as the most success
ful Business College of the country, as is evi
denced by the fact, that
FOUR HUNDRED AND TWO STUDENTS
have entered in the
FIRST SIX MONTHS OF ITS EXISTENCE
PRINCIPALS OF DEPARTMENTS.
THOMAS MAY PEIRCE, A. M..
GEORGE B. SNYDER, R. S. BARNES,
C. N. FARR, JR., J. T. REYNOLDS,
HENRY KEIM, A. E. ROGERSON,
lA. M., C. E„ ,I
Supported by an able corps c.f . Assistants.
Call or send fora catalogue, College Curren
cy, and Peirce's practical Educator.
OFFCE-531 NORTH EIGHTH STREET.
THOMAS M. PEIRCE.
April 14, 1866.
"VCT G- OCD 3D
GABLE &; STRICKLER,
Successors to Abraham Cassel,
Market St., Marietta, Lancaster Co., Pa
To the Public: We beg leave to announce to
our patrons and the public generally that our
arrangements for the Spring Season are such
as will enable us to offer for sale an unusually
well selected, varied ttt d. attractive stock
Q UEENS WARE,
CARPETING, &c., &c.
Having reduced our stock to the verylowest
point, enabled us to lay in an entirely new
assortment, which we feel confident will be
attractive to the old and to new customers of
this old stand.
Every Department will constantly be re
plenished with the most desirable offerings
and bargains from New York and Philadelphia
We particularly solicit your attention to our
goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
GABLE. & STRICKLER,
Orie door West of the Post Office, Market St.
0:2- The highest Market price paid in goods
in exchange for Country produce.
Marietta, March 21, 1866.
GEO. W. SULTZBACH,
TANNER 4- LEATHER DEALER,
Having purchased the remaining stock on
hand, and leased the Tannery and fixtures of
his late father, Henry Sultzbach, deceased, is
now prepared to accommodate the customers
of the old stand, ant' the public generally,
with everything in his line, at such prices a's
cannot fail to give entire satisfaction• His
stock will consist of
Oak Spanish and Slaughter Sole,
Valve and Hemlock Leather,
CA LFSKINS, •
Kips, Waxed and Grained Upper,
SPLITS, HARNESS, BRIDLE & SHOE
11:1 Cash paid for Hides and Skins
Marietta January 6. 1866.-tf
11 Union Flag Clothing Store !
In Crull's old stand, Illarket-st., Marlette
[wITH D. HANAIIERA
Ken's and Boy's Clothing,
HATS & CAPS,
A BOOTS AND SHOES, Li°ll6
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, may asks a fair trial,
being determined not to be undersold by any.
Call and see the goods and learn the prices. "
Marietta, June ID, 1866. 44-tf
T 4 ETTERS REMAINING unclaimed in the
I Post Office at Marietta, Pa.,TavaaDAY z
MAY, 3, 1866.
Boßand, Mr. John Krater, Mr. W. C.
Brady, George Lendis, Mr. B.
Bernhart, Samuel B. Myers, Mr. C.
By one, Silas Mc Leaman, L. C.
Brady, E. W. Popp, Mr. William
Balser, Miss C: Brale, Mr. Joseph
Coeanon, Mr. Elliet Sensiman, Mr. C.
Dintermant Miss S. Thompson, Stacy W. 5
Gover, Mr. Franklin Wertz, Mr. James
Johnston, Mr. Eli Will, Ephraim
lap- To obtain any of these letters, the ap
plicant must call for "advertised letters," giv
the date of this list, and pay one cent for ad
vertising, ABRAHAM CASSEL, P. M.
1866 ! • 1866 !
TTO WELL & BOURKE,
1 - 1 Manufacturer* of Paper Haxgonge and
• WINDOW SHADES, •
Corner of FOI7RTR and MARKET Streets
N. B. Always in store, a large stock of linen
and Oil Shades.
' March 3, /856.-3rn.
IDOHLEN'S lops celebrated GIN,
jj r H. D. BENIAMIA
"Oth -, Zievainut - 11)
Market Street, Marietta.
Having again leased, from Captain Samtn
0. Miller, his old and popular Clothing grant'
would take this method of informing the put
lie that he has just laid in an e.xcellent stocl
of everything in the
Ready-made Clothing Line,
Over, Dress and Business Coats,
Pantaloons and Vests,
OF ALL GRADES AND PRICES,
Cloths, Cassimeres ant Vestings always on
hand, which will be cut and made-up to suit
the tastes of customers. Gentlemeu's
nishing Goods, Shifts, Drawers, Hose, Collars,
Suspenders, Neck Ties, HATS AVDSi a :„.7I
CAPS of all kinds, &c., &c.
11:3—Goods at all prices—from the finest to
the cheapest. Call and see for yourselves be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Marietta, February 17, 1866-Iy.
Stribintr alt 4 Conbroanctr
WOULD most respectfully take this means of
informing hisfriands and the public gencral!y
that he has commenced the drawing of
and in fact everything in the CONVEYA FLING
line. Having gratuitous intercourse with a
member of the Lancaster Bar, he will be ena
bled to execute legal instruments of writing
IL,' He can he found at the office of "TnE
Maur ETTIA N,"—" Lindsay's Building," (sec
ond.floor) near the Post Office corner, or at
his residence on Market street, half a square
west of the " Donegal House," Marietta.
li'Blank Deeds, Mortgages, Judgments and
Leases always on hand and for sale.
YILLCOY & GIBBS
sarnLL w n .fladtL: u.
The most simple, complete and easily man
aged Sewing Machine now in use. It does
every description of work—never stops at or
needs to be helped over seams, but does all
its work rapidly and well. The needle re
quires no adjustment—you cannot get it in
wrong—it makes any width of hem you wish
—does braiding beautifully. The Braider is
in the foot of every machine and p.irt of it,
and is always adjusted, never gets out of place.
Call and examine them before purchasing
any other, at
H. L. & E. J. ZAHM'S,
Corner North Queen street and Centre Square,
Sole Agents for Lancaster County.
Lancaster, February 17, 1566.-tf.
IL L. 6" E. J. ZAILif,
kCorner of North Queen-St.,KIPC
and Centre Square, Lancaster, Pa.
W - - -
E are prepared to sell American and
Swiss Watches at the lowest cash rates!
We buy directly from the Importers and Man
ufacturers, and can, and do sell Watches as
low as they can be bought in Philadelphia or
A fine stock of docks, Jewelry, Spectacles,
Silver and Silver-plate ware constantly on
hand. Every article fairly represented.
H. L. E. J. ZAIIM,
Corner North Queen Street and Centre Square,
February 17, 1866.-tf.
S. Atlee Bookies. M. D. D. D. S.,
eis-FERS his services in either the Operative,
Ur Surgical or Mechanical Departments of
Teeth extracted without pain, by the ad
ministration of the "Nitrus Oxide Gas" cr
Ether. OFFICES: In Marietta every Tues
day and Friday, m the "St. John House," and
Corner of Locust and Second sts., Columbia,
Mariettr, April 14, 186(1.-6m.]
CD 1 ,- LBe•-.Pai rati3ag•
The - 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, &c.
Thankful for past favors, would ask a con
tinuance of the same. Residence a few doors
west of the Town Ball, on Walnut street.
DAVID H. MELLINGER
Marietta, Nov. 23., 1565.—1 y
F URS WANTED!
All kinds of Shipping Furs, such as
lithisk Rat, Rabbit,
Coon, . Skunk,
Red Fox, Common Cat,
Grey Fox, Martir,
Opossum, Cross Fox, &c., &c.
I will pay the highest cam price for any
of the above skins, delivered in good order.
Opposite the Poet Office, Marietta.
February 10, 1866. Sms
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND bushels
of Lime for sale, for Whitewashing,
Building and land. This is the best lime in
the country. Prices at the kiln for the best
picked lime by the bushel 25 cents, Apply
to Henry Wolfe, agent for the Wrightsville
Company burning lime on Mr. John lialde.
man's farm.—All orders left with Harry
Wolfe will be promptly filled,
MESSING o f
2'J R or A si‘alGeTt AND
Wholesale- and Retail. Cheapest in town.
COAL HODS, Coal Selves, Coal Shoves
Pokers, Stove Grates, Cylinders and Li
nings of different kinds, kept on hand at
CORSET SKIRT SUPPORTERS an ex
cellent article for ladies. Just, received
and for sale at MRS. ROTH'S Variety Store.
TO LANDLORDS! Just received, Scotch
aud Irish If HIS K I E S, warran
ted to be pure, at H. D. Beripirnain's.
ROGER'S Celeorkt64 Peat! ' Cerrient and
Oil Paste Blacking at
" THE GOLDEN MORTAR.
SUBSCRIPTIONS received for all the lat
Periodicals of the•day
At The Golden Mortar.
ALARGE •I.OT OF BUFF WINDOW
SHADES at remarkably low prices—
to close out. .TORN SPANGLER.
ST. CROIX AND NEW ENGLAND RU 11.1
for, culinary purposes, warranted gen tune
LYON'S Periodical Dig% p and Park% Fe.
male r c Tire Golden mortar
/1 ISHLER'S BITTBRA For sale at
THE GOLDEN 'MORTAR
AT NEW TOY.— Egg'e of Pharaoh's sear
-11 pants (fresh laid) at Dr. LArtpts'.
Pr RAH, SKIRTS.—Goto Mis. ROTH
and yes them.