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T HE PEOPLE'S
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100,000 YOUNG DIEN WANTED TO
FILL GOOD AND
Before you can expect to occupy a position
you must be competent, and you can be made
so by attending this College, which is the only
BUSINESS COLLEGE in Pennsylvania, New
Jersey, Delaware or Maryland, and 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. $35
For I , u 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
to untintited instruction an single and double
entry book keeping and penmanship, with the
privilege of reviewing at anyfuture time gratis.
You are in fact a Life member.
Telegrapbing is ten dollars and Phonogra
phy (short hand) twenty dollars extra, but
When two or more enter at the same time,
a deduction of FIVF DOLLARS 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 dollars per week.
Embraces a Preparatory, Theory and 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 copies from sets certain business
transactions, each set representing a business,
(stock and partnership) and each set involv
ing the application of one or more principles.
Next, he is admitted into the Department of
Here the student applies practically what he
has been taught theoretically. For a full ex
planatiorr 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 bank, &c., &c.
They discount notes, draw and accept drafts,
make general and special indorsements, make
out income reports, and in fact go though 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
best 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
i? 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 Washingbn street building. Ad
dress JOHN CLARK.
r6rn.l READLAr, rr., PA.
TIIE FERTILIZERS prepared by the Ag
ricultural Chemical Company, [ a com
pany chartered by the legislature of Pennsyl
vania with a capital of $250,000,3 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
PABULETTE. 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
Boils, 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.
acOMPOSITE FERTILIZER. This high
ly phosphatic fertilizer, is particulurly
apted 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
ralJE Chemical Company manufacture a
Phosphate of Lime in accordance with a new
and valuable formula, by which a very supe
lior article is produced, so far as to be afforded
at a less price than othermanufacturers charge.
Practical tests have proved that its value, as a
fertilizer, is equal' to the best Phosphate of
Lime in the market.
PCP' TERMS CASH.—AII milers 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 de
livered at the werks of the Company, on Ca
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO.'S WORKS,
At Canal Wharf, on the Delaware.
Office, 413 i Arch St., Philade phia, Pa.
It. B. FITTS, General Agent.
The Company's Phamphlet Circular, em
bracing full directions for using the abovd
Fertilizers,sent by mail free, when requeste.
T" "ARCTIC " SODA WATER foun
tain, at the Golden Mortar, is now ready
to dispense cool, healthy and refreshing bev
erages. This drink is drawn from • Porcelain
lined fountains. and is warranted FREE from
Those desiring to keep cool during the com
ing hot season, will please remember
THE "ARCTIC". AT"
Dr. Dr. Landis , drug store, Market street, Mari
C OLGATE'S TOILET SOAPS
Hooey, Clycerinei Palm, Almond, Bathand
Shaving SOAPS. Equal to any imported.—
Jug received and for sale, very cheap at
TILE GOLDEN MORTAR.
NOTICE:—AII persons knowing them
selves indebted to the undersigned will
please call and cattle immediately,
J. R. DIFFENBACH.
EN AMEL OF AMERICA, for beautifying
the complexion, softening the skin, re
moving tan, freckles and pimples.
For Sale at Dr. Landis' "Golden Mortar.”
MILLEN'S long celebrated GIN,
H. D. BON/AIWA.
N EW TRIMMING & VARIETY
Opposite Diffenbaeles 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
Libbons, Gimps, Cords and Tassels,
and Buttons in endless variety.
Hosiery and Gloves, Linen & Emb'd Collars,
Zephyr Shawls, Plain & Emb'd H'dkfs,
Opera Caps, Silk & Zephyr Scarfs,
Suspenders, Germantown Wool,
Twilights, Breakfast Coseys,
Braids and Shetland Wool,
Bindings, Zephyr Yarn,
BALMORALS, SKELETON SKIRTS,
Corsets, Belting, Edging, Ruffling,
Embroidery, Fancy Soaps, &c.
Particular attention has been paidto the se
lecting of small wares, such as Sewing Silk,
Cotton and Linen Thread, Whalebone, Hooks
and Eyes, Needles, Pins, &c.
03.- The public are particularly requested to
call and examine for themselves.
ICS Mrs. R. is agent for the sale of the cel
ebrated Singer "A 7, Family Sewing Machines
which took thefirst premium at the late New
Ytra4r-state - Sh. -will also instruct per
eons purchasing from her, how to work the
FISH'S LAMP HEATIBIG APPARATUS
WITH THE FLAME THAT LIGHTS THE ROOM
* * * By the flame of a common lamp,
at the cost of a cents worth of oil, a very
comfortable breakfast can be cooked. * *
—N. Y. Tribune.
* * * Simple in construction, easily kept
in order, ready for use th 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 au article of comfort 'beyond all propor
tion to its cost. * Hall's Journal of Health.
* * * I have tried the
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. * a Ed. Coal Oil Circular.
a a a An economical contrivance for
getting up heat at short notice for nursery and
general household purposes, a * * one
important point is the saving in cost over coal
fires. * • * N. Y. Evening Post
Prices from Two to Six Dollars.
Capacity front 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 pages fur
THE UNION ATTACHMENT,
Price 50 Cents,
To be attached to a Common Kerosene Lamp
or Gas Burner, by which water may be boiled,
And food cooked ; also arranged to support a
shade. Even( Family needs one.
WM. D. RUSSELL. Agent.
No. 206, Pearl St., New York.
iir3 — Two of these Heating Lamps can be
seen at John Spangler's Hardware
E UREKA. I
The Drug Store opposite the Post Office,
Where Gold, Silver and Greenbacks
ARE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE,FOR
Drugs, Medicines, Stationary, 6:c.,
F 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 ether articles too tedious to mention
Ladies and Gents Port Monnaes,
of every description.
All the most popular Patent Medicines
NOW /N USE, SUCH AB
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Jayne's Alterative, Ex
pectorant, and Vermifuge, Jayne's Pills and
Carminitive Balsam, &c., Hostetter's Bitters,
Hofflaud's German Bitters, Swaim's Panacea,
Worm Confections, Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup, and in fact all the most 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
Root, Tapioca, &c.
Spices of all kinds, Cloves, Cinnemon, All
spice, Mace, Black Pepper, African Cayenne
Pepper, French Mustard, &c.
Chemical Food, Citrate of Magnesia, Feed
ing Cups for the Sick, Breast Pumps, Nipple
Shields, Nursing. Bottles, Sell-injecting Sy
ringes, Flavoring 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 generallb and Bibles, &c.
always on hand.
Subscriptions for all the Magazines, Il
lustrated and Mammoth Weeklies received.
Sheet Music of all kinds will be ordered
with promptness arm dispatch.
Having secured the services of Mr. CHAS,
H. BRITTON, 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.
T HE MASON & HAMLIN
Fcety different styles, adapted to. sacred and
secular music, for $BO to $6OO each. FIFTY
ONE Gold or Silver Medals, or other first pre
miums awarded them. Illustrated Catalogue s
sent free. Address, .MASON & HAMLIN ' Bos
ton, or MASON BROTHERS, New-York.
Septemser 9, 1865-Iy.]
Spring Shawls Balmorals Gloves, Hosiery
Belts and Buc'rles, Embroidered Handker
chiefs and Collars, Mourning Collars and
Veils, Head Nets and Dress Trimmings.
A full supply at
SPANGLER & RICH'S.
SUBSCIUPTIONS received for all the Met
Periodicals of the day
At The Golden Mortar.
min ♦ A. •
E. REMINGTON & SONS,
Of Revolvers, Rifles, Muskets
For the United States Service
Also, Pocket and Belt _Revolvers,
7 lifle Canes, Revolving Rifles, Rifle and
Shot Gun Barrels and Gun materials,
sold by Gun dealers and the Trade
In these days of Housebreaking i,and Robbery,
every House, Store, Bank and Office should
have one of
3le4Pingi . one ilemolbeiv.
Parties desiring to avail themselves of,the
late improvements in §Pistols, and superior
-workmanship and form, will find allicombined
in the New
Circulars containin&,cuts and description
of our Arms will be furnished on application.
E. REMINGTON 8 1 - SONS,
Rawl, N. Y.
MOORE & NrcEns, Agents,
No. 40 Courtland-et., N. Y.
G RAND PRIZES
For Subscribers to the
A National Weekly Family Journal.
AT *1:50 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
obscribers, 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 Johnion and Lincoln,
Lieut-Gen. Grant, Gens. Sherman, Sheridan,
Thomas McClellan, Fremont, Admirals Far
ragut and Porter, and George and Martha
Washington, each 19x24 inches, worth $2.
it '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-York.
HE.; ..4%_ JD _L, E
HISTORY OF THE
THE late 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
erful deleniator of war scenes and characters,
and the magnitude and grandeur of lhe 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 conden.ation 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. Mr. Headley has delayed the
completion of this till those documents so es
sential to authenticity and correctness could
The second volume, completing this work,
is now (June 30th, , 661 ready. Agents wan
ted to engage in its sale in every town and
connly 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 LS. Burr, Agents.
DR. HENRY LANDIS.
Dr. Henry Landis
Dr. Henry Landis
At the "Golden Mortar,"
At the "Golden Mortar,"
Market Stre e t, Marietta,
Market Stre e t, Marietta,
Keep constantly on bona
Keep constantly on hand
Coal Oil Lamps and Shades,
Howe & Steven's Family Dye Colors,
Shoulder Braces and Trusses,
Papers and Periodicals,
Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Prescriptions carefully compoundea'.
Remember the place,
Remember the place,
Dr. Grove's old Stand.
Dr. Grove's old Stand.
Give us a call.
Give us a call.
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 motions 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 Market street
A CHOICE Lot of Books for children called
indistructable Pleasure Books ; School and
Paper Books, Stationary, PeUs, Pen holders,
&c at • DR. LA ND IS,.
C B el ac em i lt g ed at Pearl Cement and
It ° gir ' ltis S te
' " THE GOLDEN MORTAR.
R. H. LANDIS is the sole agent for the
Sale of MISHLF.R'S - BITTERS, in the
Borough of Marietta. For sale at the
Southwest Corner of Market Square
Marietta, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania
This Academy having received very flatter
ing encouragement during the first session will
enter upon the second term on Monday, April
The locatien of this school is one of the most
healthy and pleasant in the state. Four pas
senger trains of the Pennsylvania railroad co.
pass through the Borough daily, making it
easy of access from all parts of the State.
The branches taught embrace all those 01 a
thorough English education, - together with
Latin ' Greek, French and German languages,
Vocal Instrumental Music.
Every branch will be taught in the most
Whilst the principal will constantly aim to
make thorough scholars, he still deems it no
less important to inculcate moral and religious
principles. He pledges his best exertions to
secure the present and future welfare of those
committed to his charge.
Lectures on Philosophy, &c., will be deliv
ered before the students during the session.
A regular examination will be held at the
close of each term.
TERMS :—For boarding, washing and
light per session of five months, $95 . :00
Tuition in English branches, 10:00
For Latin, Greek, French and German
= - --each extra, 5:00
Book Keeping, 5:00
Instrumental Music, 20:00
11. Persons wishing to place their sons or
daughters in this Institution will please make
early application by letter or otherwise.
R. S. MAXWELL,
Rev. J. J. Lane, Wrightsville,
R. W. Smith, Wrightsville,
Dr. J. Levergood ; Lancaster,
Aaron Baker, Chatham, Chester, co.
Rev. Robert Alexander, Little Britain.
D. Wilson, Baltimore,
Samuel Lindsay, Marietta, l
Calvin A. Schaffner, "
H. D. Benjamin ig
Dr. T. Cushman, .c
Dr. F. Hinkle, cc
A. N. Cassel, Li
Jacob Roth, cc
George W. Stahl, "
Marietta, February 3, 1866.-26tf.
IMMENSE STOCK OF
JUST RECEIVED BY
SPANGLER & RICH.
_No. 66 _Market- Street, Marietta, Pa.
From the great manufacturers sales, vi - hick we
are selling below City wholesale prices.
Cloths and Cassimeres,
50 per -cent. lower than last year
IllausDeLaines and other Dress Goods
AS LOW as BEFORE the REBELLION!
AT 121, 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.
"01b• Matnut Nall
Market Street, Marietta.
Having again leased, from Captain Samuel
D. Miller, his old and popular Clothing stand,
would take this method of informing the pub
lic that he has just laid in an excellent stock
of everything in the
Ready-made Clothing Line,
Over, Dress and Business Coats,
Pantaloons and Vests,
OF ALL GRADES AND PRICES,
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings always on
hand, which will be cut and made-up to suit
the tastes of customers. Gentlemen's Fur
nishing Goods, Shiite, Drawers, Hose, Collars,
Suspemlers, Neck Ties, RATS A I.VD
CAPS of all kinds, &c., &c.
Zp•floods at all prices—from the finest to
the cheapest. Call and see for yourselves be
Marietta, February 17, 1666-ly.
Manufacturer and Dealer iii
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
P.O i 3) Boot, filA
FOR THE LAEIE,
A. L. being a practical BOOT AND SHOE
MAKER enables him to select with more
iudgment than those who are not. He contin
ues to manufacture in the very best manner
everything in the BOOT AND SHOE line,
which he will warrant for neatness and fit.
and examine the new stack before
LADIES TAKE PARTICULAR
THE REAL VALPAU FEMALE PILLS
[ 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 Phvsician 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
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 .G. STAPLES, General
Agent for us, Watertown, New-York, or to
any of the above agents. rn0.25- ly
THE BEST OF THE MONTHLIES—
TILE LADY'S FRlEND—devoted to FASH
ION and LITERATURE. Beautiful Steel
Engravings. SPLENDID DOUBLE-SIZED COL
ORED FASHION PLATES. The. Latest patterns
of Dresses, Cloaks, Bonnets, EmbroidetV &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 -at., Philadelphia.
KRAUT STANDS, Meat Strms, Wine
Kegs, Tubs, thickets and Cedar-ware
generally, constantly on hand at
ALARGE LOT OF BUFF WINDOW
SHADES at remarkably low prices--
0 close out Join! SPANGLER.
PATTERSON & CO.,
NO. 66i MARKET STREET,
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
Keep constantly on hand a full stock of Buil
ding Material, Nails,
LOCKS, HINGES, t
GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, WHITE LEAD, J.
SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF CEMENT, &C.,
lI? 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, Churns, Cedar Stands,
Wash Boards, Buckets,
Knives and Forks,
Plated and llletalic . Spoons,
Sad Irons, Kraut Cutters, Waiters, Brass ar
Copper Kettles Clothes Wringers, Pans,
Iron Ladles, Meat Stands, Coal Oil
Lamps, Shades and Lanterns, Tea
Scales, Coffee Mills, Painted
Chamber Setts, &c., &c. -
Forks, Shovels, Hoes, Spades, Horse Brushes
Wheel Grease, Fish, Sperm and Lubric Oils,
Cistern Pumps ' Long and Short Traces.,
Breast Chains, &c.,&c.
TOOLS: Hand an Wood Saws, Hatchets.
Chopping and Hand Axes, Planes, Chissels,
Augers and Auger Bits, Braces, Prunning
Hooks and Shears, &c., &c.
Thankful for past patronage, we hope to merit
and receive a continuance of the same.
PATTERSON t CO.
Marietta, August 1,1865.
Die lUobirvfort iieelcl j Olpoqicle.
N view of the coming elections, new and
extensive arrangements have been made to
give even greater variety and interest to
The Washington 'Weekly Chronicle.
The necessity of maintaining the fruits of
our great victory, and of strengthening those
eternal principles upon which alone republi
can liberty car_ safely rest, will give extraor
dinary vitality to approaching poliiical con
tests. Stationed here at the National Capital,
the CHRONICLE possesses peculiar advan
tages to aid the common cause. Having been
conducted almost within the sound of the
rebel cannon during all the war, and therefore
fully understanding the intrigues and projects
of the traitors, it will not fear to speak out
boldly in response to and in reflection of the
sentiments of the free millions of America,
and will defend them and their interests
against all opposition, come from what quar
ter it may, Since the meeting of the present
Congress of the United States, and the enun
ciation of that thorough policy which has com
manded the admiration and gratitude of the
people, the CHRONICLE has maintained its
position "solitary and alone." Traduced and
misrepresented as these majorities have been,
the Chronicle as their sincere and fearless de
fender, has been assailed with equal virulence
and injustice. But it has been honored with
the approval of the loyal people in all parts of
the country. For the first time in the history
of the Government, a prosperous weekly news
paper, opposed to human slavery, fully com
mitted to the policy and doctrines at the radi
cal men of the Republic, has been firmly es
tablished in the District of Columbia. We are
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than those which astounded the civilized
world and shook the Republic to its founda
tion. These will demand extraordinary ener
gy and fidelity on the part of the public lead ,
ers, whether in Congress or the press.
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J. W. FORNEY,
Editor and Proprietor of the Chronicle.
All Business Letters should be addressed to
D. C. FORNEY,
Publisher Chronicle, Washington, D. C
Columbia, Lancaster County, Penn'a
Capital and. Assets, $429,920:80.
9111-I.IS Company continues to insure Build
ings, Merchandise, and other property,
against loss and damage by fire, on the mutual
plan, either for a cosh premium cr premium
FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT.
Whole amount insured,
Arot of premium
Bal. cash premium,
Jau'y 1, 1564,. 3,754:47
Cash receipts in 1864,
less fees and com
Losses and expenses
paid in 1864, $22,794:89
Balance of Capital
and Assets, Jan
uary Ist, 1865, 429,920:80
A. S. GREEN, PRESIDXNT,
GEORGE YOUNG, Sr., .secretary.
MICHAEL S. SHUMAN, Treasurer.
Samuel Shock, William. Patton,
Robert 2'. Ryan, John W. Steacy,
John Fendrich, George Young, Jr.,
H. G. Minich, Nicholas M'Dcnald t
Samuel F. Eoetlein, Michael S. Shuman,
Amos S. Green. S. C. Slaymuker,
Edmund Spering. rxi-33
JOHN BELL, Merchant Tailor,
Co-.l of Markel-st., and Elbow Lane, Marietta
GRATEFUL forpast favors I would returr
my thanks to my numerous friends and pa
trons and inform them that I still continue the
old business at the bld stand, where I will be
pleased to see theni at all times, and having a
full and splendid assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES & VESTIVGS . ,
which will be made up to order at the abort e
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
of patronize me hereafter. rOct.29-'56.
1866 ! 1866 !
wan" P t a, e r
TTO WELL & BOURSE,
Manufacturers of Paper Hangings etas
PIUND 0 W.' SHADES,
Corner of FOURTH and MARKET Streets,
N. B. Always in store, a large stock of linen
and Oil Shades.
ATTENTIoN ! SPORTSMEN ! ! t,
Eley's Gun Caps, Eley's Gun\ Wadds,
Dupont's Sporting and Glazed Duck Powder,
Baltimore Shot; Shot Pouches, Powder Flasks,
sold at JOHN SPANGLER'S.
OilL HODS, Coal Selves,. Coal Shovels
11 . P kera, Stove Grates, Cylinders and Li
nings of different kinds kept on band at
Established in 1823.
NO. 20 NORTH QUEEN STREET
TITE manufacture our own goods
V abling us to sell at
OLD TIME PRICES
The largest, best and most com
and at lower prices than son icu 7 '12
. se m tte
Our immense stock of Spitz.
Goods consists of all the novelt/esod Suss
of least fifty different styie s th e which are the alost p q ,
Indicator, very n om , ,
Brighton, Yobi jy,
A splendid Silk Bat for $5,0 !
Cheaper than can be had elsewhere.
Our business connection with au, p a
f or a period of nearly 90 years, is a Bid trot,
mayfavor us with nail} to den
arrantee of ur abilit to please all Ic i is
SHULTZ & BROTHERS
No. 20 North Queen-st., Laacas;l,
STOVES! STOVES!! ST OVES „
AT JOHN SPANGLER'S. iII
PARLOR 'STOVES, PARLOR STOVE;
GAS-BURNING STOVES 41'1
• JOHN SPANGLER'S.
STOVES, STOVES,—VULCAN STOYEs.
TWO OR FOUR
SUPPLY N 0 TV READY—CALL AND
SEE tHEill AT
J. Spangler's Hardware and Siove SIR
Market Street, Marietta, Pa,
Lie $01641/ 141MeiT.
GEO. W. SULTZBACII,
TANNER .5- LEATHER DEALER,
Having purchased the remaining dock ca
hand, and leased the Tannery and fixtures
his late father, Henry Sultzbach, decera4
now prepared to accommodate the customs
of the old stand, an the public gene*
with everything in his line, at such prima
cannot fail to give entire setisfactiee, Ii
stock will consist of
Oak Spanish and Slaughter Sole,
TTalve and Hemlock Leather,
Kips, Waxed and Grained Upper,
SPLITS, HARNESS, BRIDLE &SHOE
Cash paid for Hides and Skins.
Marietta January 6. 1666.4
WINES St 'guns.
If -4 E
LI. D. 13117INJAMIN,
DEAL ER IN
WINES & LIQUORS,
Corner of Front-st., and Elbow Late,
EGS leave to inform the public that it
jwil; continue the WIN E S LIQUOR taii•
'mess, an all its branches. He walicocataati,
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins. Irish and Scold
Whiskey, Cordials. Bitters, 3'c.,
Justly Celebrated Rose Risky,
ALWAYS ON HAND,
A. very 1311fOrior OLD RYE WIIISiiEL
just received, which is warranted pure.
All H. D. B. now asks ci the pu:.c
is a careful examination of his gook
ces, which will, he ie confident, result 1;1 P.•
tel keepers and others finding it to
vantage to make their purchases from rci.
REEVFS' AMBROSIA FOR
The Original and Genuine A::sro'lt
prepared by J. ALLEN REEVES tad ;.t
best hair dressing and preservative
use. It stops the hair falling out, clu,zot , .'
grow thick and long and prevents it 1:
turning prematurely gley. It
dandruff, cleanses, beautiiles and rat '
hair soft, glossy and curly. buy it, tlyit
be convinced. Don't be put oil
ous artiele. Ask for Reeves'
take no other. For Sale by Dru;:i.'' s
Deal..rs in Fancy Goods everywl.
PRICE, '75 Cents per bottle --Sb ;' , r
Address., REEVES' AMBROSIA Ir
For sale in Marietta at Dr. F. [l:..
The most simple, complete and ea5:',...7,?;::
aged Sewing Machine now in use•
every description of work—never
needs to be helped over seams,
its work rapidly and well. The
quires no adjustment—you canna:
wrong—it makes any width of
—does braiding beautifully. The
in the foot of every machine altd
and is always adjusted, never gets 0:
Call and examine them be Iv'
any other, at
H. L. & E. J. 7..111
Corner North Queen street andl:e',,‘'t,"
Sole Agents for Lancaster
Lancaster, February 17, 1566.41.___,
H. L. .3. E. J. Z.. 11 131,
4:T .) Corner of North Queen-:..?
and Centre Square, Lancost,r,
VAT s E w a is r s e
W pr a e t p ci a ie re s d at t t o he se i l o l w i t i , e . l * .
We buy directly from the Imitate:
ufacturers, and can, and do set \'';;',
low as they can be bought in philailty•
A fine stock of clocks, JeweirYi •
Silver and Silver-plated ware cell
hand. Every article fairly repiesearl,
H. L. 4. E. . 1. ZA- 11.// s: .:1,
Corner North Queen Street and Centc;
February 17, 1866.-tf.
1866. Ti ti le E be r s ' of the illend ' t 1
ted to LITERAI HRH and FASHIOS.
50 a year. We give WHEELER I‘ll'.
S. - LTPS Celebrated $55 Sewing. 2di.cliino
the following teriaS:—
Twanty copies and the Sewing, Machine)
Thirty copies and the Sewing Machine,
Forty copies and the Sewing, Machine, ", 1 , 1 ' t.
Send 15 cents for a sample copy
CON Sr. PLITERSON, 319 Walnut
EST tiwility of ‘Aritieg
purposca, at D. •