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Great Sale of Watches, Jewelry
AND SILVER WARE!
One Million Dollars worth to be
ONE DOLLAR EACH
WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE!
Not to be paid for until you know wha
you are to receive
BY A. H. BO WEN & CO. )
AGENTS FOR THE MANUFACTURERS,
NO. 36 BEEKMAN STREET, NEW YORK
113" Read the following List of Articles tom
be sold for ONE DOLLAR EACH!
20 Gold Hunting Cases
200 Gold Watches, various
200 Ladies , Gold Watches
200 Silver Hunting Case
300 Silver Hunting Case
300 Gold Composite Hunt
300 Music Boxes,Shell and
200 Elegant Silver Plated
Coffee and Tea Urns
1,000 Elegant Silver Plated
1,000 Elegant Silver Plated
Fruit and Cake Baskets
1,000 Elegant Salver Plated
1,000 Elegant Silver Plated
1.500 Silver Plated Salt
2,500 Silver Plated Goblets,
Engraved and Plain
3,000 Silver Plated Cups,
Gold lined and engraved
1,000 Silver Plated Bella
3,00 . 6 Seta Silver Plated Ta
ble Forks, doz.
5,000 Pair Silver Plated Ta
10,000 Sets Silver Plated Tea
2,000 Pair Silver Plated But
.5,000 Silver Plated Napkin
Rings, very handsome
2,000 California Diamond
Cluster Sets Ladies' jew
1,000 Bram Dian Pebbles,
Sets Ladies' Jewelry
7,000 Sets Ladies' Jewelry,
6,000 Pair Crystal Pendant
3,000 Miniature and Enam
eled Revolving Pins
3,000 Enameled and Pearl
2,000 Ladies' California Dia
mond Cluster Pins
2,000 Gents' California Dia
2,000 Gents' Pins, set with
one stone or brilliant
5,000 Gents' Scarf Pins, as
3,000 Oval Band Bracelets,
6,000 Pair Gents Sleeve But
tons, new and rich styles
5,000 Pair Ladies' Sleeve
1,000 Pair Coin Silver Sleeve
2,000 Sets Ladies' Jewelry
coin silver neat].) en.
2,000 Silver Chains
5,000 Cal. Diamond Cluster
3.000 Seal Rings
3,000 Gold , Thimbles, Pen
10,009 Gold Lockets, richly
6;000 Plalh and Chased gold
10,000 shield and signet rings
4,400 Belt Buckles, Gold jet
and'Gold and Vulcanite
2,600 Gold Lockets, engrav
ed backs, watch face
3,000 Large, new style rings,
set with brilliants
2,000 Ladies' Chatelaine
2,500 Genie' Heavy Guard
7,800 Gents' Vest Chains,
1,000 Splendid Steel Engra
1,000 Elegant Bronze Man
10,000 Gold'Pens Silver Ex.
tension holder Sr_pencil
10,000 Gold Pens, & Silver
mounted ationy holners '
.5,000 Gold Pens and ' Gold
2.000 Ebony Gold mounted
Spiral Pencils 6 to 10
Each and every article in the above List is
represented by a certificate. These are plac
ed in similar envelopes and sealed. Any per
son obtaining a certificate, to be had at our
office, or sent by mail to any address will
know what they may have for One Dollar.
We charge for sending Certificates, paying
postage and doing the business, 25 cents each
Five will be sent for $l,OO ; Eleven for 02.00 ;
Thirty for $5.00; Sixty-five for $10.000; and
One Hundred for $15.00.
Any person receiving a Certificate for an
article they may not desire, can exchange for
any other article in our List of the same val
ue. By this method we arc enabled to furnish
the public with selections from a rich and va
ried stock of goods at a nominal price, while
all have a chance for securing articles of the
very highest value. We warrant every ar
ticle as represeated or money refunded. -We
solicit parties who have been unfairly dealt
with by imitators to give us a fair trial before
AGENTS.—Liberal Commission and val
uable Premiums, consisting of Watches, etc.,
given to Agents. Address all orders to
A. H. ROWEN & Co.,
. P. 0. Box 4270, New York..
B.ik H. T. ANTHONY fk CO.,
Zinfacturors of Photographii Materials,
WDOLINALII ♦ND AN/All.
501 BROADWAY, N.-Y.
adawfon to oar main badmen of PHOTOGRAPRIG otAe
WERIALS, we are headquarters for tbm following, via.:
Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Views.
Of thee. we have ow Lemons wworttaent, ineladthir
VIEWS OF TEINWAR,
Medea at greet expense met forming a complete
ramoomapine HUITOltlr Or ISEtli WILT IMION Gomm
31111 Run, Dutch Sap,
Yorktown, Pontoon Trains.
fiettYaburgh, Hanover Junction.
Fair Oaks, Lookout Mountain,
Savage Station, Chickahominy,
Prededokeburgh, City Point.
Fairfax, *auk - villa, -•
Deep Bottom; Belle Plain,
Monitors, • Chattanooga, .7.;
Fort Morgan, Atlanta. ''
Florida.. A Strawberry Plains,
- de. /to.
amyl= and Aerate Mee sad Landsesper, Groupe, Stelae
ry, at, ha Also. Rovolving Stersofeopoo, for pub& or private
onlillation• Oar Catalopewill be seat le any Marta on rseelpt
We win the Grit to intrOdiimitheso Into the United Mateo
and wo manufacture hoinanee pointless in gnat variety, rang
I. In price from SO rents to $5O. Otor'ALBUIIII have theo.
seam of Wog Stifitier,in boooty,aad darobtlOT to any other. rep
Taw will be eenaby inah;TRZR oa receipt of peen
_Flirsrsta aninnia maim TO 0511111L.a. -
The Trade will find our Albums the most
Saleable they can bay. . •
Oat Calelopo new arobrecoa ever P.m Tamura afferent
aabjeeµ ( b which additions are contineally being made) of Kroh
moi.sool, 100 Ltent-Colo. 650 Statesman,
1110 Stir - Mother Oaken, iao mum.
mer i c., 44 - • if Va . Otlicors, 115 Author,:
• • A,OOO of Woria of Asa, •
Sasanne. Gatalopass sent on receipt of SUMP.
An gem ter Das Dam Xictorecfrom our Oshawa., whit fig
ped en receipt mid Nest by wait ram
Peeend oth..osdarinis goods O. 0. D., will please
midi ewe .are mime of Shet with their errata
farThefikes and rift! of or amm *PM*:
CLICIICE Lot fief Books for children called
• indottractable Plemnre Bo(klia ; School and
'spar Book., Stationiiii; Pena, Pen-- boldere,
c, at ' DR.L;AN DIti
HISTORY OF THE
SHE lite rebellion stands out peculiar and
extraordinary in human events; and the
magnificent scale upon which the war has
Dees. conducted, constitute it one of the grand
est and most brilliant chapters of the world's
Mr. Headley, of all writers, is perhaps best
qualified to portray the the stupendous feat
ures of the mighty contest. His previous
works on less momentous themes have placed
him in the first position, as a graphic and pow
erfui de/eniator of war scenes and characters,
and the magnitude and grandeur of the pres
ent subject, impart to his pen the fire and vi
gor of a yet more exacted inspiration, and fur
nish ample scope for the highest exhibition of
his peculiar genius for military description.
Under his powerful pen the stirring scenes of
the War pass in review with the vividness and
distinctness of a present and living reality;
while his great talent for condensation ena
bles him to embody everything of importance
in a compass just suited to the public want.
From no other source can so clear and com
prehensive an impression of the grand march
of events be obtained, so easily and agreeably
as from Mr. Headley's work.
Other histories have been issued before
Grant's Report and other official documents
were submitted to the government, and there
fore unreliable. bin Headley has delayed the
completion of this till those documents so es
sential to authenticity and correctness could
$lOO to 125
75 to 100
35 to 60
35 to 55
25 to 50
20 to 76
30 to 50
The second volume, completing this work,
will be issued it March, 1866. Agents wan
ted to engage in its sale in every town and
county in the United States. Liberal induce
ments offered. For particulars apply to or ad
dress AMERICAN PUBLISHING CO.,
No. 148 Asylum-st., Hartford, Conn.
Scranton 6- Burr, Agents.
ISIVE LAIEP HEATING APPARATUSF.
WITH THE FLAME THAT LIGHTEITHE BOOM.
* * * By the dame of a common lamp,
at the cost of a cent's worth of oil, a very
comfortable breakfast can be cooked. * *
—N. Y. Tribune.
* • • Simple in construction, easily kept
in order, ready for use in a moment •
convenient to have on hand. • * Drug
* • • Fish's Lamp is one of the most
popular novelties of the day, * * the
utility of it is unquestionable, a great saving
is made in heating and cooking small articles,
and can be made to cook meals for a great
many persons, which is actually done on the
ambulance cars which carry the sick soldiers.
* Scientific American.
* • * For family use, hospital tent, bar
rack, picnics, fishing, nursery, or sick room,
it is an article of comfort beyond all propor
tion to its cost. 4 ' Hall's Journal of Health.
* * I have tried the ; apparatus, and
my wife and I proclaim the same a most valu
able and indispensable article, and we now
wonder how we could have so long done with
out it. * • Ed. Coal Oil Circular.
* • An economical Contrivance for
getting up heat at short notice for nursery and
general household purposes, * * * one
important point is the saving in cost over coal
fires. * * * N. Y. Evening Post
Prices from Two to Six Dollars.
eapacttl! from One to Four Quarts.
Three Articles Cooked at one time with one
Arranged for Kerosene or Coal Oil, or Gas.
A Descriptive Pamphlet of thirty rages fur
THE UNION ATTACHMENT,
Price 50 Cents, _
To be attached to a Common Kerosene Lamp
or Gas Burner, bywhich water may be boiled,
and food cooked ; Also arranged to support a
shade. Every Family needs one.
- WM. D. RUSSELL. Agent.
No. 206, Pearl St., New York.
EP Agents Wanted.
iEr Two of these Heating Lamps can be
seen at John Spangler's Hardware.
A NEW. IDEA
li AND A GOOD ONE.
10 to 15
6 to 10
10 to 25
5 to 10
6 to 10
6 to 10
6 to 10
6 to 10
6 to 15
8. to 30
BLACKWELL & CO.,
GILSEY'S IRON BUILDING, 171 BROADWAY,
New York, have commenced the business
of taking SUBSCRIPTIONS to all the
PRINCIPAL MAGAZINES and WEEK
LY PAPERS, for SHORT PERIODS,
(quarterly or half-yearly,) at the lowest
'early rates, offering a great advantage to
lovers of literature, who may wish to take
several pnblications paying but a little mo
ney at a time. Full particulars in a circu
lar sent on applicalion to any address. %*
A GOOD AGENT WANTED in each town.—
EP PO S T-MASTERS are requested to
send for our circular containing induce
8 to 28
12 to 30
5 to 85
5 to 10
26 to 60
4 to 8
6 to 8
15 to 25
No. 171 Broadway, New-York.
Deeemper 27, 1865.-391.]
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• • •
A new article in this market, and far superior
to any other in use. A few reasons why :
' First.—They are free from twine, which is
affected by the lime, and liable to rut, caus
ing the falling out of the bristles.
Second.—The bristles are inserted in the
wood, or body of the brush, when green, which
when dry, causes them to be held firmly in
their place ; any subsequent soaking or shrink
age falls to affect them.
Third.—They are made of Bristles exclusive
ly; many kinds being composed, in part, of
.Fourth.—They contain more bristles for the
size, and are as cheap as the ordinary kind.
Sold exclusively by JOHN SP.ANOLER,
AT 1118 HARDWARE STORE•
JOHN BELL. Merchant - Tailor,
Cot. of Market-st., and Elbow Lane, Marietta
QRATEFUT. for past favors I would returr
my thanks to my numerousfriends and pa
trons and inform them that I still continue the
old business at the old stand, where I will be
pleased to see them at all times, and having a
full and splendid assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSLVERES 4 VESTIVGS,
which will be made up to order at the ahorte
notice by the best of workmen, and on reasons
ble terms, I would be pleased, therefore, to wai
upon my old customers and all who see proper
ot patronize me hereafter. 0ct.29-,66.
CONNECTICUT TOBACCO SEED
FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION!
Fine Connecticut Tobacco Seed has jus
been received at the Tobacco Warehouse o
F. L. BRA UNS & CO., in this borough, which
is now ready for FREE distribution 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.
AN IMPROVED LANTERN.
THIS is the most desirable Lantern:in the
market. It burns Coal Oil without a
Chimney, emitting neither smoke nor smell.
It gives a pure white light.
It stands quick .motons in any direction.
The flame is regulated from the outside.
It is neat and compact in, form and size.
It is free from solder in the upper parts, and
is otherwise very substantial in its structure.
PRICE, ONE DOLLAR.
For sale at JOHN SPANGLER'S
• Hardware Store, on Make: street.
IFT °WARD ASSOCIATION.
• PHILADELPHIA, PA,
Domino of the Urinary and Sexual Systeme,
—a new and reliable treatment. Also, the
BRIDAL CHAMBER, an Essay of warning and
Instruction, sent in sealed envelopes, free of
charge. Alpines, DA. J. SICILLIZT HotroliTON,
Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth-st.,
'Philadelphia, ' [ i'6s-ly.
COLGATE'S TOILET SOAPS, '
lloney, Clycerine, - Palm, "-Almond , Datliand
Shaving SOAPS. Equal to any imported,
Just received iind.for sale; very cheap nit , t
THE GOLDZAT NOBTAR.-
The Drug Store opposite the Post Office,
Where Gold, Silver and Greenbacks
ARE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE
Drugs, Medicines, Stationary,
&C., &C., &C.,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Such as Perfumed Soaps, Hair Oils, Hair
Dyes, Pomades, Tooth Soaps, Tooth
Washes,Hair, Nail, Clothe and
Tooth Brushes, of all descrip
tions, Extracts for the
for the Hair,
and many other articles too tedious to mention
Ladies and Genis Port Afonnaes,
of every description. '
All the most popular Patent Medicines
NOW IN USE, SUER AB
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Jayne's Alterative, Ex
pectorant, and Yermifuge, Jayne's Pills and
Carminitive Balsam t &c., Hostetter's Bitters,
Hoffland's German Bitters, Swaim's Panacea,
Worm Confections, Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup, and in fact all the moat reliable Patent
medicines now in use. , "
Fresh Coal Oil constantly on hand. A fine
assortment of Coal Oil Lamps, Shades Chim
neys, &c. Also, articles of nourishment for
the sick, such as Corn Starch, Farina, Arrow
Spices of all kinds; Cloves, Cinnemon, All
spice, Mace, Black Pepper, African Cayenne
Pepper, French Muster'', &c.
Chemical Food, Citrate of Magnesia. Feed
ing Cups for the Sick, Breast Pumps, Nipple
Shields,Nursing Bottles, Self-injecting Sy
ringes, Extracts for cooking, &c.
Golden Carp, or Gold Fish with Founts, also
Aquariums. Arrangements have also been
made with one of the best Aviarys in the
State,to furnish Canary and Mocking Birds,&c.
A lot of Family Dye colors, of every shade.
Fresh and reliable Garden Seeds.
A large assortment of Books and
. Everything in the Stationary way, such as
Pens, Inks, Note, Tissue, Blotting and other
kinds of Paper, Envelopes, Clarified and other
Quills, Scented Gloves for the wardrobe, and
an endless variety of fancy and useful articles,
usually found at such establishments, but any
article not on hand will be ordered at once.
A new kind of playing cards, called "Union
Cards," having Stars, Flags and Crests instead
of Clubs, Diamonds, Hearts, &c. The Face
cards are Goddesses, Colonels, instead of the
Queens, Kings and Jacks. This,is a beauti
ful and patriotic substitute for the foreign em
blems and should be universally preferred.
School Books, Copy Books, Slates and the
School Stationary generally, and Bibles, &c.
always on band.
la- Subscriptions for all the Magazines, Il
lustrated and Mammoth Weeklies received.
Sheet Music of all kinds will be ordered
with promptness and dispatch.
Baying secured the services of Mr. CHAS.
H. Bairrorr, an experienced and competent
Pharmaceutist who will attend to carefully
compounding with accuracy and dispatch, at
all hours. The Doctor himself can be consul
ted at the store, unless elsewhere professionally
Being very thankful to the public for the
past patronage bestowed upon him, will try
and endeavor to please all who may give him
a call. F. HINKLE, M. D.
Marietta, February 4, 1865-tf.
THE FERTILIZERS prepared by the Ag
ricultural Chemical Company, [ a com
pany chartered by the legislature of Pennsyl
vania with a capital of $250,000,] have been
proved in practice to be the cheapest, most
profitable and best, for the Farmer, Gardener
and Fruit Grower, of all concentrated ma
nures now offered in any market. The Com
pany's list embraces the following:
TIABULETTE. This Fertilizer is composed
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 pulverized condition, rea
dy for immediate use, and without loss of its
highly nitrogenous fertilizing properties.
Its universal application to all crops and
soils, and its durability and active qualities,
are well known to be all that agriculturists
CHEMICAL COMPOST. This Fertilizer
is largely composed of animal matter,
such as meat, bone, fish, leather, hair and
wool, together with chemicals and inorganic
fertilizers, which decompose the mass, and re
tain the nitrogenous elements.
It is a very valuable fertilizer for field crops
generally, and especially for potatoes, and
Its excellent qualities, strength and cheap
ness, have made it very popular with all who
have used it.
(`COMPOSITE FERTILIZER. This high
ly phosphatic fertilizer, 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 household plants and flowers, it
will be found an indispensable article to se—
cure their greatest perfection. It will prevent
and cure diseased conditions of the peach and
grape, and is excellent for grass and lawns.
It is composed of such elements as make it
adapted to the growth of all kinds of crops in
all kinds of soils.
The formula or method of combining its
constituent fertilizing ingredients haVe re
ceived the highest approval of eminent chem
ists and • scientific agriculturists.
PHOSPHATE OF LIME. The Agricultu
ral Chemical Company manufacture a
Phosphate of Limc in accordance with a new
and valuable formula, by which a very supe
rior article is produced, so far as to be afforded
at a less price than other manufacturers charge.
Practical tests have proved that AN - value, as a
fertilizer, is equal to the best Phosphate of
Lime in the market.
la- TERMS CAS/X.-All orders of a Ton, or
more, will be delivered at the railroad stations
and the wharves of shipment, free of cartage.
Cartage will be charged on all orders of six
barrels or less. One Dollar per Ton allow
ance for cartage will be made on all.sales
livered at the werks of the Company, on Ca
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO.'S irVaults,
At Canal Wharf, on the Delaware.
Office, 4131 Arch St., Philaclophia, Pa.
R. B. FITTS, General Agent.
The Company's Phamphlet Circular, em
bracing full directions for using the spoil
Fertilizerment by mail free, when requeste.
STOVES! STOVES!! STOVES!!!
COOK STOVES, - •
AT JOHN SPANGLER'S•
PARLOR STOVES, PARLOR STOVES,
GAS-BURNING STOVES AT
STOVES, STOrA'S' r -FULO4IN STOTTS,
- 'FOR H.N.AirIVO
TWO OR FOUR
ATIPPLY N 0 TV READY- P A Ie AND
SEE THEM 4T
J.B . pangler's ffardware and Stove, Store
- Market Street, Marietta, Pa,
T - RAUT' SWIM, 'Meat 'SWAN' Wine
111 gags Tuba, Buckets and , Cedar-ware.
generally, militantly on hand at
100,080 YOUNG WEN WANTED TO
FILL GOOD AND
Before yousan expect to occupy a position
you must be competent, and you can be made
so by attending this College, which is the only
BLUENESS COLLEGE in Pennsylvania,New
Jersey, Delaware or Maryland, an larger
than any other so-called Commercial or busi
ness Institution in either of those States. The
proprietors and teachers are practical business
men, to which is added a large experience in
Business Colleges, thus enabling them o
furnish a more thorough and practical course
than can be obtained elsewhere.
For Life Scholarship. - , $ 3 5
For " to disabled Soldiers. 20
For Blank Books ( 30 in number), 10
NOTE.—This. Life Scholarship is a certifi
cate of membership and entitles the purchaser
fa uniimited instruction an single and double
entry book keeping and penmanship, with the
privilege of reviewing at assyfuture time gratis.
You are in fact a Life member. -
Telegraphing is ten dollars and Phonogra
phy (short hand) twenty dollars extra, but
the student IS not compelled to study those
When two or more enter at the same time,
a deduction of pry* nou.aas to each will be
made. Thus the entire cost including Blank
Books is only FORTY DOLLARS. We have no
"Extras." Boarding is from four to four and
a half dollari per week.
Embraces a Preparatory, Theorrand Business
Department. In the Preparatory Department
he is instructed in Mathematics and the sim
plest principles of Book Keeping, after which
he is admitted into the Theory Department
where he copiis from sets certain business
transactions, each set representing a business,
(stock and partnership) and each set involv
ing the application pf one or more principles.
Next, he is admitted into the Department of
Here the studeot applies practically what he
has been taught theoretically. For a full ex
planation of this Department send for a Col
lege Paper which we will mail to your address
free. Suffice it to say that the student begins
business with a real
With which he buys and sells merchandise,
pays taxes, deposits it in the hank f &c., &c.
They discount notes, draw and accept drafts,
make general and special indorsements, make
out income reports, and in fact go through ev
ery kind of business transaction, even to at
taching internal revenue stamp.
The best course of instruction, and cheaper
rates than any other college. Located in the
beet railroad centre in the State, with experi
enced teachers widely known in the business
community, thus affording our graduates bet
ter facilities fur seeking and obtaining employ
Ka' For specimens of Penmanship enclose
two three cent postage stamps. College Rooms
corner of North Fifth and Washington, and
corner Fourth and Penn streets, Reading, Pa.
Office in Washington street building. Ad
dress JOHJ CLARK.
j6m.l .READIAG, PA
G RAND PRIZES
For Subscribers to the
A National Weekly Family Journal.
AT 451:50 PER ANNUM.
The following splendid prizes are sent to clubs:
For every club of forty subscribers a Whee
ler & Wilson best $55, Sewing Machine, with
two extra copies to the getter up of the club.
For every club of twenty, and less than 40
subscribers, we will allow $1:25 for each sub
scriber on the price of said machine.
For every club of six, a splendid steel en
graving of President A. Lincoln, full length,
Andrew Johnson, Gen. Grant, or Sherman,on
horseback, worth $3 each, with an extra copy
to the getter up of the club.
For every club of three, one of those splen
did steel engravings of the Union series of
Comprising Presidents Johnson and Lincoln,
Lieut-Gen. Grant, Gens. Sherman, Sheridan,
Thomas McClellan, Fremont, Admirals Far
ragut and Poiter, and George and Martha
Washington, each 19x24 inches, worth $2.
lia'These splendid portraits should adorn
The Statesman is the largest, cheapest and
best family paper published, suited for every
family. Try it once and you 'will never be
without it. Send for copies and get up your
67 Nassau-st., New-yerk.
THE BEST OF THE MONTHLIES
THE LAM'S FRIEND--deVOIedIO FASH
ION and LITERATURE. Beautiful Steel
Engravings. SPLENDID DOUBLE-SIZED COL
ORED FASHION PLATES. The Latest patterns
of Dresses, Cloaks, Bonnets, Embroidery &c.,
Household receipts, Music, &c. Wheeler &
Wilson's Sewing Machines given as premiums.
Send 15 cents for a sample copy to DEACON
& PETERSON, 319 Walnut-st., Philadelphia
DANIEL G. BAKER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE :—No. 24 NoBTH DUKE STREET
opposite the Court House, where he will at
tend to the practice of his profession in all its
DR. WM. B. FAHNESTOM,
OFFICE:—MAIN-ST., NEARLY OPPOSITE
Spangler & Patterson's Store.
FROM 7 TO 8 A. M.
OFFICE HOURS. 1 To 2.
• " 6T07 Y. 311.
520 Arch st., Philadelphia.
77V . C 3
FINE GOLD JEWELRY,
SOLID SILVER WARE AND SUPERIOR
SILVER PLATED W4I4E,
at Reduced prices. a Pm
71 UNA WAY, from the ptemises of the un
dersigned, residing in Donegal township,
air Indentured Apprentice to the Fanning bu
siness, named FREDERICK THOMAS, col
ored. All persons are hereby cautioned against
harboring or trusting him on my account, as . I
Will pay no debts of his contracting.
J. C. W. REDSECKER.
1111 4480 N 4 HAWAII
Forty different styles, adapted_to sacred and
secular memo, for $BO to $6OO each. Firrir
own Gold or Silver - Medals, or other first pre
miums awarded 'them. Illustrated Cataloes
sent`free. Address, MASON & RAMLIIi; Jog
ton, or MASON BROTHEftS, New-Yo k, =
BpptegOer 9, 1965-Iy.l
ArTTENTION! SPORTSMEN ! I
ea Gun Caps; Ekes Gun Wadds -
Dupont's Sporting and Glazed Duck 13oWder
BalttntOreShOt ; Shot Pouches, Powder Wails;
sold 'at JOHN SPANG4EIit'S
DR. HENRY LANDIS,
Dr. Henry Landis
Dr. Henry Landis
At the "Golden Mortar,"
At the "Golden Mortar,"
Market Street, Marietta,
Market St ree t, Marietta,
Keep constantly on hana
Keep constantly on hand
Coal Oil Lamps and Shades,
Howe & Steven's Family Dye Colors,
Shoulder Braces and Trusses,
Papers and Periodicals,
Books & Stationary,
Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Remember the place,
Remember the place,
Dr. Grove's old Stand.
Dr. Grove's old Stand.
Give us a call.
Give us a call.
N EW SKIRT FOR 1866 I
the ettetinbewlior t of Ho 'age I R
New Patent Duplex Elliptic (or double
THIS Invention consists.of Duplex (or two)
Elliptic pure refined steel springs, ingeniously
braided tightly and firmly together, edge to
edge, making the toughest, most flexible, elas
tic and durable spring ever used. They sel
dom bend or break, like the single springs,
and consequently preserve their perfect and
beautiful shape more than twice as long as
any single spring skirt that ever has or can be
The wonderful flexibility and great comfort
and pleasure to any lady wearing the Duplex
Elliptic skirt will be experienced particularly
in all crowded Assemblies, Operas, carriages,
railroad cars, church pews, arm chairs, for
promenade and house dress, as the skirt can
be folded when in use to oc copy a small place
as easily and conveniently as a silk or muslin
A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, com
fort and great convenience of wearing the du
plex elliptic steel spring skirt for a single day
will never afterwards willingly dispense with
their use. For children, Misses, ,aud young
ladies they ar superier to all others.
The hoops are covered with 2 ply double
twisted thread and will wear twice as long as
the single yarn covering which is used on all
Single steel hoop skirts. The three bottom
rods on every skirt are also double steel, and
twice or double covered to prevent the cover
ing from wearing off the rods when dragging
down stairs, stone steps, &c., &c., which they
are constantly subject to when in use.
All are madebt the new and eegant corded
tapes, and are the best quality inl every part
giving to the wearer the most graceful and
perfect shape possible, and are unquestionably
the lightest, most desirable, comfortable and
economical Skirt ever made.
WESTS' BRADLEY & CARY, Proprietors of
the invention, and Sole Manufacturers, 97
Chambers, and 79 & 81 Reade streets, New
For sale in all first-class stores in this City,
and throughout the United States, a nd Canada,
Havana de Cuba, Mexico, South America,
and the West Indies.
E 3 Inquire for the Duplex Elliptic (or
double) Spring Skirt. 3m-A.&C
WIBITER & SPRING ARRABIRENENT.
HAVING supplied ourselves with a new
and superior lot of goods, of the latest
styles and patterns, and having secured from
the importers many articles or great beauty
and value, we are now prepared to make for
the Spring and Winter better arrangements,
and presentgreater inducements to purchasers,
than we have ever before offered. We have
50,000 valuable and beautiful articles of Goods,
comprising Pianos, Watches, Diamonds, plain
and ornamental Jewelry, and Fancy Goods of
every description, that we will sell at $2 each,
regardless of value or cost.
HOW WE DISPOSE OF OUR GOODS.
We have 50,000 Oil Colored Photographs,
comprising every subject—Religious, Senti
mental, Comic and Fancy—that we will sell
ac Thirty Cents each, or four for One Dollar;
and with each Photograph we give two num
bered notices. The notices are numbered
from 1 to 50,000, and put into envelopes, seal
ed up, and thoroughly mixed ; and when
Photographs are purchased, two for each Pho
tograph are taken out and sent with it. The
articles of Goods are numbered from I to 50,-
000, and any article, no matter what the value
may be, corresponding with the number on
the notice, will be sent for Two DOLLARS, free
of cost, except when sent by express, then at
the expense of the receiver.
We do assure you that should the notice
correspond with a Piano or other valuable ar
ticle of goods, it will be sent to the purchaser
for Two Dollars.
LIST OF GOODS AT $2 00 EACH.
Seven Octave Pianos
Gold Hunting Case Lever Watches,
Silver Tea Sets,
Silver Chafing Dishes,
Sets Silver teaspoons,
20,000 Coral, Opal and Emerald Brooches,
_Mosaic, Jet:Lava and Florentine Sets,
Comprising a list of endless variety and the
choicest quality of Goods. We warrant our
Gciods superior to any establishment •in the
country, an l hope you will give us one trial
at least, and if the article is not as represent
ed, and does not give satisfaction, return it,
and we will send your money back.
ROW TO ORDER GOODS.
Send us Thirty Cents for one Photographor
One Dollar for five ? --the extra one and two
extra notices to the Agent. When an Agent
has sent us $lO.OO for Goons and Photographs,
we will give one notice and the article it calls
for free of charge: for $15.00 three notices
free; for $20.00 four notices free; for $30.00
a sp lendid Photograph Album,. or aix free
notices ; or for $50.00 a good Silver Watch,
warranted a good time-keeper.
We keep an account of all money sent, and
an Agent can order his commission at any
Be particular and write your address full and
plain, as we sometimes have orders in our of:
face for months that we .cannot answer for the
want of proper directions.
BARTHEW & CO.,
.Tan6-3m Box 5246 New York,
The 13est of the Monthlies—devoted to
Fashion and Pure Literature. $2.50 s jeer ;
Two copies $4.00 ; Eight (and one gratis)
$l6. WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING
MACIIINES given as premiums. Send 15
cents for a sample copy to DEACON. & PE
TERSON, 319 Walnut st.,-Philadelphia.
4 _ i
r, oB.pßityriN g :of every, geseriptign ex
ecuted with neat:fees and' dupe - fah:at the
, fice of The Mariettlat}. . -
ANOTHER GREAT CURE
IN THE CITY OF NEW VORit:,
o f a highly respectable k
to the Mercantile co mmunity by
DR. J. H. Seldg,ti cE
THE GREAT LUNG DOCTOR o p,
ADELPH IA . 14.
OFFICE N. Y. AND GALENA LE e
No. 28 Nassau St., New York, Junellijr,°,
DR. J. R. SCHENCK—Dear Sir t—p d ' , °l.
fifteen years I have been troubled witli z : „ vel
ve cough, and usually two or three
year with more or less hemorrhage,
gether, for the last few year su,
thin in flesh and too weak to dos ' busineu 4 iePl 44
kind without suffering. In August latt°l
a very severe hemorrhage, and, aceor-",
the judgement of a good New York Et.
I was classed as beyond the reach of7 o l
and' as advised to be prepared, so fur 1 4 , ' ,1
petty. matters were concerned, to leo
short notice. The physician ( an d rat
friends) that the tint cold I to4r
prove fatal. Early in January j r oot ,
vere cold, and fortu nately was out:,•
rooms et No. 32 BOND STREET,
over your office. I think about thego,l i
January I procured a bottle of yo ur 1, 111 .„ .„
is Syrup and commenced Wong it f
My feet and limbs were very ro ug h
and all the symptoms of a ~Peadideathir;
ed to accompany my cold. and filmy
former physician, and stated to hint ha I
was taking your medicine, and after 8111)1,6
them to him, and having tasted of then k r '
he replied : ~Y ou can take them ify u ,,
they will do you no harm." He and : ei;
know what I told you last summer, awls;nes
the same now, if you have any Nu
close up, (to not put it off." He laid to lit
friends that he "could see no hope fors
and my friends and relation, concluded co
time had come. At this time 1 RV tai b .
freely of your medicine, but had not am pi:
The doctor called a few times, and feud m,
(much to his surprise, he said,) impm
and he could not understand why. S y
was increasing in your medicines, ,roe 11;i:
wish to have you examine my case, sod ,e
what you had to say. When you firer ran
to my room and made the examination,yol
gave me but little encouragement, but 04 the
contrary, expressed sad doubts of 14 110
being helped out of my then seeming dok rt .
ties. The second time that you called, hod.
ing me still gaining, you gave me encamp.
merit, saying, "my symptoms were
ing; the Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Toni
and Mandrake Pills had acted likes clam)!
My circulation, my cough, my appetiteoll
began to improve, and 1 could walk nbont toy
room a little. You visited me nearly every
Tuesday, and found me improving, and tdd
me not to go out of my room nob/ the Ent
day of May. I took no cold while underyos
treatment, my appetite became first-rate, ail
you told me to eat everything I wished oft
nutritious nature, and to exercise Oat Its
room as much as possible. I followed your
advice, and to the surprise of my old physida
and friends, I seem much better than HID,
been for several years, and breathe hennas:
I ever expected a person could with one lug,
the left being completely dried up. I feel
verygrateful to you, and coatider yoursdrite
and medicines invaluable.
Da. SenEttcri—Dear Sir :—About twoyan
ago I was taken with a very ,troublesome
cough and a pain in my breast; seven at
eight months passed away without my doing
anything for myself. Then I applied to
physician, who attended me for about Ma
months without rendering me any 'orrice. I
also obtained the advice and treatment of
physician in one of our hospaitals, and ale,
bad the advice and treatment of two mhophy
sicians, but all to no purpose. During UM
long space of time I was nearly dead; MS
al times my friends came to see me and wit
ness my exit in to the spirit-world. Innen.
fined to my bed two months at onetime. lly
breathing was exceedingly short. I gate nP
several times all hope of getting better; sal
as regarded Wring well, that was entirely oat
of the question. And to think this day las
well and hearty I I was advised by ions of
my friends to try Da. Surtaxes's Medicine.
I accordingly bought bottle after bottle noel
I reached the ninth ; then I found a derided
change in my cough for the better. I lOW
severely from palpitation of the hean,aod two
weeks after I commenced taking your medicine
this difficulty ceased.
When I first went to Dr. Schenek'a otEre it
was with difficulty that I could get up into la
reception room, I was so weak sod stiffened;
my skin was as sallow as though I had the*
dice; I felt dull, heavy, and sleepless. Dr.
Schenck, after examining me, acid both my
lungs were affected, and gave me but kit
hope ; but his medicines, in about two web,
took right hold of me; it seemed to go del
through my whole system. The Palouse
Syrup, Seaweed Tonic and Mandrake 11116.
all took right .hold in the right place . Tie
Pills brought away great quantities ofbilera
slime ; the Syrup loosened the matter a of
lungs, which came off very free ; the Seaweed
Tonic gave me an appetite, and everythal
seemed to laste good.
To show what great power the medides
have in purifying my system, and to eat
how bad I -was diseased, beside all the lie
that passed my bowels, and the great gal:
ties of phlegm and matter I expectorated , !
broke out all over in large boils, that Oh
continue to gather and' run for about 0
weeks, and I had at one time oven twestplis,
boils. I have nothing of the kind now, td
feel like another person altogether.
safely say that I have not enjoyed socblitiv
for five years me Ido now, and allot P:
you and your medicines enough. Mar .
abundantly bless and preserve you I labor
cere desire of one who has been so vor.11;
ly relieved through your agency; and if
one desires to know with regard to the IN
fulness of this report, if they will cell °P ut
of my friends, or upon me, N 0.4 Dryden Pth
near ThomPson street, below Cadoldt
Philadelphia, they will be-perfectly al
with the validity of the ease. YooV i n .
much respect, MARY SCIINatp.
The above case, as described, is Pe""
correct. I know it to be true. Yours,
• T. B. HILO ,
Pastor of Hancock M. P. rIT
DR. SCHENCK willbe profesoionolli a ;
principal office, No. 15 NORTH Says So o '
corner of COMMERCE, PIIILADELP 1111 ).!
Saturday, from 9 A.M. until 4 P. 3 1 .;
Bond street, New York, every Tuesbik o
9 to 3 ;r
No. 38 Seminar • street, Dem d u
every Wedneiday;from 9 to 3, snd ettlY 4 4
Friday at 108, Baltimore street, Ballallig. e ':du
All advice free,but for a thorough ersoLd
of the Inn& with Respirometer ,
is three dollars.` '
Price of the POlnsonic• Syrup ad Ser t
Tonic, qtetol r .so peratottle, or 0 15 °
dozen Mandrak2s cents peitalo
`FOR B ALL ,
SALE ' BY DRUGGIST S
SUPPLER : 'lt; RAC
and General 110afnistr, Secona
, ,Union, Be l ow. Co/tonbia,
They are prepared.to moke "'of,
Castings for Rolling Mills and Blastl,ll4oo
Pipes, for Stead, 'Water' and Gas; 'f,
Fronts, Cellar Doors, Weights,
dings, and castings.of Oery_deicriPa"!. I° .
STEAM' ENGINES, AND 11
IF THE MODERN ARV to'l l ar'
Manner; P St r4lll
4911t1Y4, Mill_ Geoingi Taps, Diego ,; T udO
for Wain& Poi Toning . 14016 0 50 6
~..Steam .131100. Optgeg, laibpdatore,. _org,
FlaveS for Steam; Gap, and Water °nigh
tines go theirvarietyllSoilers , z a .lr,o
Heaters, Stacks, Bolts, Nuls, f e l"
Washers, &c. of
BLAcKSIWITHING in GE _o d d,
From long expepa ace building 10 . 0, 4 00
flatter oursolvie ',that we can giirel";lo,
faction to tgose who may favor l o w 16
orders. 11:1"Repdiring prorsptill al_ l ed pla
mail (addressed. f
wi ° th rd p e r a oia li p Y t atention.
B. 8110 4 1sti
golembia, October 20, ISSN
„Pisces - to _
T. S. SHELDON.