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:Q;l,ty Yorning, July r. , (9, 1866'
,The Morning Passenger train for Lan
altering Philadelphia will leave the upper
Osten at, 1.2 minutes after 8 o'clock. The
1115i1 tra i n going westward will pass upper
g oon st 7 minutes after 12 o'clock, NooDi .
The Harrisburg accommodation train eastward
oi VIM at 26 minutes after 5 o'clock, in th e
oftnnoon and returning arrive here at 43
mmutes after 6 o'clock in the evening.
fir The arrangements for the Tem
perance Harvest Home are much more
tzteDeiVe and complete than we had an
ticipated. Five able speakers from
a broad have been engaged, a Glee Club
and Brass Band will furnish music din
g the day. Large delegations from
B yroad are coming. A procession will
to formed at the Town Hall at 8f o'clock
Illicit will move up Market street, thence
co t to the Park, where comfortable
t ests have been provided for the audi
o, Officers have been engaged to
k ee p order. The baskets of ell who are
peat will be taken charge of by per
sons employed for that purpose. Our
citizens should understand that the in
vitation is a general one, and they are
espected to be there with their families
t o speed the day in social and intellect
ual enjoyment. The harvest is now
gathered and all who have toiled in the
Old mil a period of recreation. We
advise one and all to go out early and
spend the whole day in hearing what
say be heard and seeing what May be
fr Quite a joke was perpetrated on
oar neighbor at Cassel's corner, a few
days since. It appears that a cradle
was purchased at a sale by Albert Hus
ton, who, to have a little fun, managed
bysome means to have it clandestinely
got into John Strickler's residence—
who, by the way, had, but a few weeks
before, been the recipient of a line,
lemming boy—and hie little boy placed
comfortably in the cradle and left there
aaleep—all done without the knowledge
of the family. When Mrs. S. went into
the room to see how the little fellow
was getting along, found him tight
asleep in his new guarters. Strickler
says they had intended to do zoi.'hout a
emits, but since :this one came so cheap
sac \ systerious y he supposes they will
have to " grin had bear it," bat thinks
ifiltaton was determined they should
use a'cradle he might have presented
one eta more modern pattern.
ilk Campbell, the desperado, who
shot Constable Bear three or four weeks
ago atStnitla's store, iu Potter township,
Centre county, killing him dead on the
spot, was arrested in Clearfield county,
about two weeks ago and brought to
Bellefonte, shore it is to be hoped he
will be securely kept till the gallows
claims and receives him. Atter com
mitting the murder, he fled to the house
of o brother in-law of his, in Clearfield
county. The Sheriff of Centre county
went there to arrest him and surrounded
the house at night. Campbell jumped
out of a window and tired at ono of the
Henn posse, wounding him severely,
and escaped to the woods. De was
Captured in the woods nest day, by a
party of three or four persons, among
whom was Martin Cladfelter, of this
borough, who put a bullet through the
upper part of the villain's arm as he was
attempting to escape.
firfhe bridge between Perryville
anu Havre de Grace, which has been in
course of erection for several years past
L , .:•ras nearly completed, was blown
diw:l ea Wednesday evening, by a vio
: t is said to be entirely
•tr , :,ud. It will take several millions
:Jr r the loss
the above was in type, we learn
ago is not near as great as has
- presented t and that workmen were
set to work to rebuild.
‘J''' It is said that a very prominent
of this borough is carrying
'-sLst, commission for the Marietta
Aice, in his pocket, having recgiv
• $ 7 -te blanche from Clymer, whilst
the Reading 9reass meeting.
however, must, we learn,
a Lincoln and Johnson sup
Laticl'hiiir county is said to have
Ihe largest delegation to the Cop
convention in Reading. It was
-.4 ' 1 01.1 by its beet friends as a failure.
zaid frequent Democratic county
L=ut,l,4s exceeded it in numbers.
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Ksiumerer's Juvenile C0n
%.11. take place in the town hall, on
•'.'otlay evening next. Mr.K. is a very
ccu:sful teacher. See advertisement
A gold chain was lost on Monday
between the upper station and
Bquare. Mr. Loeb lays great
, 4114 e On the chain in consequence of be
'3g 4 family relic. See advertisement.
t 4 Z° him Margaret Roth has just re
haell from Philadelphia with a very
64 )4 of fancy goods and notions.
'All is and Bee her large and varied as
lartweat• Read her adverlisement.
Jr h H 4 r yeat }lowa Pic Nic, at
the Lowor station, came off very ElacceBß"
kilY on Tuesday last.
1 SIC. Speogler'e article on " Lager
as ti Medicine," will be found on
litot page. --
A TIMELY WARNING TO THE SICK—It is
especially important at this time, when the
markets of the United States are flooded with
the direst poisons, under the name of imported
liquors, and when domestic compounds pur
porting to be medicinal, but not a whit less
pernicious, are heralded to the world as "sove
reign remedies," that the public should fully
understand the facts. Be it known, then, that
while all the diffusive stimulants called liquors
are impure, and all the Tonics containing al
cohol are manufactured with a fiery article
containing amyl or fuse/ oil, a mortal poison,
HOSTETTER'S CELEBRATED STOMACH
BITTERS contain none of these things, but
are a combination of pure essence of Rye with
the pure juices of the most valuable stomachic
anti-bilious and aperient herbs and plants,
and that as a safe and rapid remedy for Dys
pepsia and all its kindred complaints, this
preparation stands before the world without a
rival or competitor. Its sales to-day are equal
to the combined sales of all the other tonics
advertised.in the United States, and the certi
ficates which authenticate its usefulness are
signed by individuals of the highest standing
in every professional calling and walk of life.
Beware of imitations and impostors. J.
LYON'S PERIODICAL Driers. The great fe
male Remedy for Irregularities.—These Drops
are a scientifically compounded fluid prepara
tion, and better than any Pills, Powders or
Nostrums. Being liquid, their action is direct
and positive, rendering them a reliable, spee
dy and certain specific for the cure of all ob
structions and suppressions of nature. Their
popularity is indicated by the fact that over
100,000 bottles are annually sold and consum
ed by the ladies of the United States, every
one of whom speak in the strongest terms of
p aise of their good merits. They are rapidly
taking the place of every other Female Rem
edy, and are considered by all who know
aught of them, as the surest, safest and most
infallible preparation in the world, for the
cure of all female complaints, the removal of
all obstructions of nature, and the promotion
of health, regularity and strength. Explicit
directions stating when they may be used, and
explaining when they should not, nor could
not be used without producing effects contra
ry to nature's chosen laws, will be found care
fully folded around each bottle, with the writ
ten signature of JOHN L. LYON,. without
which none are genuine.
Prepared by Dr. Jour; L.'Lvorr, 195 Chapel
street, New-Haven, Conn., who can be con
sulted either personally or by mail, (enclosing
stamp) concerning all private diseases and fe
male weaknesses. Sold by Druggists every
where. C. G. CLARK. & CO., Gen'l Agts for
U. S. and Canadas. fly
New Trimming and Variety Store,
Opposite Diffenbacles old stand, and two
doors West of the Golden Mortar
Drug Store, Market Street.
MRS. MARGARET ROTH
DEGS leave to announce to the Ladies of the
Di borough of Marietta and vicinity, that she
has just returned from Philadelphia, where
she I aid in an entire new stock of fashionable
and useful TRIMMINGS AND FANCY AR
TICLES, .NOTIONS, &c., embracing all the
Novelties of the Season, among which will be
found the celebrated new style
Trail loop Skirts ; Plain & Fancy Garters;
Queen Roods, Childrens Coats 6- Sacques
Plain and Fancy Mantua and Velvet
hibbons, Gimps, Cords and ?assets,
and Buttons in endless variety.
Paper and Linen Collars and
Cuffs for Ladies and Gents,
Hosiery and Gloves, Linen & Ernb'd Collars,
Zephyr Shawls, Plain & Emh'd H'dkfs.
Opera Caps, Silk & Zephyr Scarfs
Suspenders, Germantown Wool,
Twilights, Breakfast Coseys.
Braids and Shetland Wool,
Bindings, Zephyr Yarn,
BALMOR ALS & SKELETON SKIRTS,
Corsets, Belting, Edging. Ruffling, Cord of all
colors, Fancy Fans, Kid, Kid-finish Silk
and White Lyle Thread Gloves, Silk
Mitts, Embroidery, Men's Gloves
and Neck Ties,
Buttons, Belt Buckles of
various styles, Tape
Thimbles, Silk Tassels, Emery sags, Fancy
Soaps, Perfumery, &c., &c.
Particular attention has been paid to the se
lecting of small wares, such as Sewin g
Cotton and Linen Thread, Whalebone Hooks
and Eyes, Needles, Pins, &c.
The public are particularly requested to
call and examine for themselves.
Mrs. R. is agent for the sale of the cel
ebrated Singer "A" Family Sewing Machines
which took the first premium at the late New
York State Fair. She will also instruct per
sons purchasing from her, how to work the
Marietta, July 21, 1866.
Giv6 Itibmite, earwig.
At the Town Ball, on Monday Even
ing next, July 80th.
Will give hts 598th Concert, assisted by 75
Amateurs. Master E. POWEL, of Lan
caster, will also take part in singing
twenty-eight different pieces.
Tickets 16 Cents—Children Ten.
Jt Concert to commence at S o'clock.
Marietta, July 28, 1566.
NcD - tice.
rpHE Co-partnership heretofore existing
tween S. F. Eagle, Thomas Beaver and
Stacy B. Barcroft, under the name and style of
EAGLE, BEAVER it CO.,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent, Thos.
Beaver and Stacy B. Barcroft, withdrawing.
S. F. EAGLE,
STACY B. BARCROFT
Eagle Furnace, Marietta, Pa..
July 10, 1366.-3t*
THE business for the manufacture of An
thracite Pig Metal will be carried on by
S. F. EAGLE and S. FRANK EAGLE, under the
name and style of S. F. EAGLE Ff SON.
The business of the old firm will be settled
by us. S. F. EAGLE.
S. FRANK EAGLE.
Eagle Furnace, July 10, 1866.-3t*
AGOLD WATCH CHART, between the
" Upper Station " and Market Street; on
Monday last, (July 23d). The tinder will be
liberally rewarded by bringing or sending it to
J. LOEB, 31 North Queen-se,
July 28, 1866.-2t 5 . Lancaster.
"UM AMEL OF AMERICA, for beautifying
r i the complexion, softening the- skin, re
moving ten, freckles and pimples. • -
Sale at Dr. •Landis'"Golden 'Mortar."
Established in 1829.
NO. 20 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
ATE manufacture our own goods, thus en
y Y abling us to sell at
OLD TIME PRICES.
The largest, best and most complete stock,
and at lower prices than any house 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 Bat for $5:00 !
Cheaper than can be bad elsewhere.
Our business connection with our patrons
for a period of nearly 40 years, is a sufficient
guarrantee of our ability to please alt who
may favor us with a call.
• SHULTZ 8z BROTHERS,
No. 20 North Queen-st., Lancaster.
COURT PROCLAMATION: Whereas,
The Honorable Henry G. Long, President,
Hon. A. L. Hayesand Ferree Brinton esquire,
Associate Judges of the Court of Common Pleas
in and for Lancaster County, and Assistant
Justices of the Courts of Oyer and Terminer
and Ceneral Jail Delivery and Quarter Sess
ions of the Peace, in and for said County of
Lancaster, have issued their Precept to me
directed, requiring me, amongst other things,
to make public proclamation throughout my
bailiwick, that a Court of Oyer and Terminer
and a General Jail Delivery, also a Court of
General Quarter Sessions of the Peace and
Jail Delivery, will commence in the Court
House, in the City of Lancaster, in the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, on the THIRD
MONDAY IN AUGUST, (the 20th) 1863,
in pursuance of which Precept,
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of
Lancaster, in said County, and all the Justi
ces of the Peace, the Coroner and Constables
of the said City and County of Lancaster. that
they be then and their, in their own proper
persons, with their rolls, records and examin
ations and inquisitions, and their other remem
brances, to and in those things which to their
offices appertain, in their behalf to be done ;
and also all those who will prosecute against
the prisoners who are, or then shall be, in the
jail of said County ot Lancaster, are to be then
and there, to prosecute against them as shall
be just. Dated at Lancaster, the 17th day of
July, A. D., 1866.
FREDERICK &KITH, SHERIFF.
PUBLIC SALE ."
OF A TOWN LOT.
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1866
The undersigned, administrator of the es
tate of John McAdams, deceased, by virtue
of an order of the Orphans' Court of Lances
ter County, will seltat public sale, at the
PUBLIC HOUSE OF LEVI BOUGHTER,
in the Borough of Marietta, all that certain
LOT OF GROUND,
Situated on the South-side of Second street,
(Turnpike) in that part-of the Borough of
Marietta laid out by John Myers, and num
bered on the plan thereof, by number . 40, con
taining in front on Second street, 40 feet and
extending in depth to a public alley 203 feet.
Sale to commence at 7 o'clock in the even
ing of the above named day.
TERDis : Cash of the first day of November
1866, except one-third of the amount remain
ing after payment of debts gild expenses,
which shall remain charged upon said lot.
Marietta, July 14, 1866.-ts.
the sltif,Tbael) 'Mail*
GEO. W. SULTZBACH,
TANNER LEATHER DEALER,
Having purchased the reinaining stock on
hand, and leased the Tannery and fixtures of
his late father, Henry Sultzbach, deceased, ti
now prepared to accommodate the customers
of the old stand, and the public generally,
with everything in his line, at such prices as
cannot fail to give entire satisfaction. His
stock will consist of
Oak Spanish and Slaughter Sole,
Valve and Hemlock Leather,
Kips, TVaxed and Grained Upper,
SPLITS, HARNESS, BRIDLE & SHOE
Kr Cash paid for Hides and Skins
Marietta January 6. 1866.-tf
KEROSENE & GAS STOVES.
Tea and Coffee Boilers, Glue Pots,
OIL CANS, 8, - C. ¢C.
All the cooking for a family may be done with
Kerosene Oil, or Gas, with less trouble and
at less expense than any other fuel.
Each article manufactured by this Company
is guaranteed to perform all that is claimed
for it. DE send for Circular.
A Liberal Discount to the Trade.
KEROSENE LAMP HEATER CO„
206 PEARL-ST., NEW-YORK. L6Di
D ESIRABLE TOWN RESIDENCE
The undersigned will sell at private sale that
well-known residence, situated about half-a
square west of the " Donegal House," on Mar
ket street, and at present occupied by the wid
ow Anderson. There is a full lot of ground
—5O by 200 feet—upon which is erected a two
story frame Dwelling House, frame Stable, Bze.
For particulars, inquire of JEFFERSON
THOMPSON, adjoining the Donegal House.
Marietta, Tuly 7, 1866.
T ETTERS REMAINING unclaimed in tht.
LiPost Office at Marietta, Pa., THURSDAY,
JULY, 26 1866.
Rev. Mathias Eppler, Ruben J. Faringer 2
Jacob Petty, John Hiestand
Mrs. Mary Lewis, Sallie A. McClure, 2
Sallie M. McDonald, Kate Rice,
Daniel Updegraft, Miss Sarah Welth.
lr3P. To obtain any of these letters, the ap
plicant must call for "advertised letters, "
the date of this list, and pay one cent for ad.
vertishig. ABRAHAM CASSEL, P. M.
T AM always ready to purchase LEAF TO
BACCO, at the highest market value, an
invite persons to call at the Marietta Tobacc
Warehouse, bringing samples.with them.
A. FULLER CRANE, TR:
Marietta, June 30, 1866..-tf.
111JBL1C NOTICE is hereby given that the
s r - outstanding accounts of George R. Van
Leer have been left with the undersigned for
collection. All accounts remaining unsettled
on the first of September, will be placed in the
hands of a justice of the peace for collection.
C. A. SCHAFFNER.
Marietta, July 18, 1866.
FAH NEST OC IC , S Nonpareil Chemical
Writing. Fluid now ready and for sale
by JOHN SPANGLER,
TZIt A.UT STANDS, Meat Stanus, Wine
Kegs, Tubs, thickets and Cedar-wale
generally, constantly on hand at '
4 ,14 . 'J. SPANGLER'S.
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E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
Manufacturers of Photographic Materials,
WZIOLESAL AND RETAIL,
501 BROAD WAY, N.Y.
In addition to our main business of PHOTO
GRAPHIC MATERIALS we are Headquar
ters for the following, vlz.
Of American and Foreign cities and Land
scapes, Groups, Statuary, etc.
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OF THE WAR,
From negatives made in the various cam
paigns and forming a complete - Photographic
history of the great contest.'
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS ON GLASS,
Adapted for either the Magic Laatern or the
Stereoscope. Our catalogue will be sent to
any address on receipt of stamp.
We manufacture more largely than any
other house, about 200 varieties from 50 cents
to $5O each, Our ALBUMS have the reputa
tion of being superior in beauty and durabili
ty to any others.
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS OF GENERALS,
STATESMEN, ACTORS, ec., etc
Our Catalogue embraces over FIVE THOU
SAND different subjects, including reproduc
tions of the moat celebrated Engravings,
Paintings, Statues, etc. Catalogues sent on
receipt of stamp.
Photographers and others ordering goods C.
.0. D., will please remit 25 per cent. of the
amount with their order.
The price and quality of our goods can
not fail to satisfy.
June 16, 1866.- ly.
W ILLCOX & GIBBS
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 yeu wish
—does braiding beautifully. The Braider is
in the foot of every machine and p.trt 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, 1866.-tf.
H. L. 6- E. J. ZABIIf,
&Corner of North Queen-St.,,
and Centre Square, Lancaster, Pa,
VATE are prepared to sell American and
VV 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 ;flocks, Jewelry, Spectacles,
Silver and Silver-plated ware constantly on
hand. Every article fairly represented.
H. L. E. J. ZAHMS
Corner North Queen Street and Centre Square,
February 17, 1866.-tf.
G EO: W. WORRALL,
Market Street, adjoining Spangler If Rich's
Store, on the second floor.
Where he is now prepared to wait
on all who may feel disposed to pa-
Dentistry in all its branches carried on.
TECITE inserted on the most approved prin
ciples of Dental science. All operations on
the mouth performed in a skillful and work
manlike manner—on fair principles and
ON VERY REASONABLE TERNS.
Having determined upon a permanent loca
tion at this place, would ask a continuation
of the liberal patronage heretofore extended
to him, for arnica he will render every possi
ET.- Ether administered to proper persons..
. 11 AI
N. Manufacturer and Dealer in
BOOTS & SHOES,
MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN.
Would most respeettully 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.3aiisll Boot, qrl6
FOR THE LADIES.
A.. L. being a practical BOOT AND SHOE
MAILER 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, wilt. warrant fox neatness and:fit.
. ;Cr Call and examine the-new stack before
MADE AT W ALTHAM, MASS.,
IS THE BEST.
It is made on the best principle. Its frame
is composed of SOLID PLATES. No jar can
interfere with the harmony of its working
and no sudden shock can damage its machine
ry. Every piece is made and finished by ma
chinery (itself famous for its novelty, as well
as for its effectiveness) and is therefore pro
perly made. The watch is What all mechan
ism should be—ACCURATE, SIMPLE,
STRONG AND ECONOMICAL. Except
some high grades, too costly for general use,
foreign watches are chiefly made by women
and boys. Such, watches are composed of
several hundred pieces, screwed_ and riveted
together, and require constant repairs to keep
them in any kind of order. All persons who
have carried "ancres," "lepines," and "En
glish Patent levers," are perfectly well aware
of the truth of this statement.
At the beginning of ,our enterprise, more
than ten years ago, it was our first object to
make a.thoroughly good low priced watch for
the million, to take the place of these foreign
impositions—the refuse of foreign factories—
which were enti yunsaleable at home and
perfectly worthless everywhere.
How well we have accomplished this may
be understood from the fact, that after so many
years of public trial, we now make MORE
THAN HALF OF ALL THE WATCHES
SOLD IN THE UNITED STATES, and that
no others have ever given such universal sat
isfaction. While this department of oa r
business is continued with increased facilities
for perfect work, we are at present epgaged in
the manufacture of watches of the very HIGH
EST GRADE KNOWN TO CHRONOMET
RY, unequalled by anything hitherto made
by ourselves, and unsurpassed by anything
made in the world. For this purpose we have
the amplest facilities. We have erected an
addition to our main buildings expressly for
this branch of our business, and have filled it
with the best workmen in our service. New
machines and appliances have been construc
ted, which perform their work with consum
mate delicacy and exactness. The choicest
and most approved materials only are used
and we challenge comparison between this
grade of our work and the finest imported
chronometers. We do not pretendj to sell our
watches for less money than foreign watches,
but we do assert without fear of contradiction
that for the same money our product is incom
parably superior. All our watches, of what
ever grade, are fully warranted and his war
rantee is good at all times against us or our
agents in all parts of the world,
CAUTION.—The public are cautioned to
buy only of respectable dealers. All persons
selling counterfeits will be prosecuted.
ROBBINS & APPLETON,
Agents for the American Watch Company,
182 Broadway, N. Y.
. - 1 CO
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
We beg leave to invite all those who are in
want of Bargains to our
NEW AND CHEAP DRY GOODS,
Groceries, Queensware, 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 hem v the former rates.
COME AND SEE OUR CHEAP
' MUSLINS, CHECKS, TICA.S,
GINGHAMS, PRINTS, &c., &c.,
which will be sold right down with the mark
et. Our Dress Goods department comprises
the latest designs of goods adapted to the sea
son which will be found full and complete.
CLOTHS, CASSIIITERES and VESTINGS
IN GREAT VARIETY
of which we have a beautiful line of plain and
Fancy Cassimeres, English and French Back
idgs, Plain Black Cloths, both °reign and
domestic, and all other Goods for a nice out
Queensware, s full line of Toilet, Tea and
Dinner Setts, covered dishes, &c., &c., always
on hand, Groceries, a good supply of choice
Teas, CiSffee, Sugar, Syrups and spices.
Dry Goods cheaper than Wet Goods,
Come and see us and be convinced of what V..
say. BOWERS 4' STEA CY
Marietta, I a.
GABLE al STRICKLER,
Successors to Abraham Cassel,
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 and attractive stock
G LASS and
CARPETING, &e., &c.
Having reduced our stock to the very lowest
point, enabled ns 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,
One door West of the Post Office, Matket St.
fiZr The highest Market price paid in goods
in exchange for Country produce.
Marietta, March 2., 1866.
S. S. RATEIVON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At P. J. Kramph's.Old Stand, on the Cor
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
R A T El U I. to the Citizens of Marietta
and vicinity ) for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended, the undersigned respect
fully solicits a continuance of the same; as
suring them, that uader all circumstances, no
efforts will be spared in rendering a satisfactory
equivalent for every act of confidencereposed.
CLOTHS, CASSIDIERES A N D ViSTINGS, and
such other seasonable material as fashion and
the market furnishes, constantly kept on hand
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or style may suggest.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goonds
apd such articles as usually belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
1. 866 THE LA.DY'S FRIEND—
. The best of the Monthlies—devo
ted to LITERATURE and FASHION. $2.-
50 a year. We give. WHEELER &. WIL
SAN'S Celebrated $55 Sewing Machines os,
the following terms :
Twenty copies And the Sewing Machine ; $7O.
Thirty copies and the Sewing Machine, $B4 : ,
Forty copies and the Sewing Machine, OM
Send 15 Cents for a sample copy to DEA
CON & PETERSON, 319 Walnut street,
- • ,
iirkeve Gift Disfribufiop ifl):Ameel•
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
Union Steam Fire Engine Compan:
• $ 5 ; 0-0 0
TVorth of Magnificent Presents
To be given away without regal , ' to value, fu ,
ONE DOLLAR EACH!
EACH TICKET DRAWS A PRIZE
iLP' LOOK AT THE LIST OF GIFTS,
1 Handsome trotting buggy, val
I Set of carriage harness, on ex
hibition at Haberbush's, val
1 Magnificent Sewing Machine,
on exhibition at H. L. & E. J.
Zahnes, valued at 70.00
6 Handsome dress patterns, from 5 to 2.)
A large lot of photographs, from 1 to 4.•
1 Handsome 5 octavo melodeon,
valued at $150.00
1 Splendid Guitar, valued at 30.0(1
1 " .c ". 20,00
1 Imported Violin " 75.00
A lot of Violins, each valued at 10.00
HOUSEHOLD BTO C.
1 Elegant set Cottage furniture,
1 Elegant set Cottage furniture,
1 Elegant set Cottage furniture,
1 Lot of Washstands, each val-
1 Lot of cane seat Chairs, (sets,)
valued at 25.00
1 Lot of Rocking Chairs, each val- -
Sofas, Lounges, &c., each valued
Large 1 of of Britannia and Tin
ware, valued at
A Lot of fine engravings, valued
Splendid Gold Watches, each val
ued at from 00 to 100.00
Splendid Silver Watches, each _ .
1 Large lot of Watch and Guard
1 Large lot of Watch chains, each
valued at from
40 Sets Ladies' Jewelry, each val
ued at from 5.00 to 25.00
1 Large lot of Silver Plated butter
knives and spoons, sets, valued
at from 2.50 to 5.00
1 Lot Gents' breast pine, each val
1 Large lot Gold pens and Silver
FOR THE LADIES,
A large quantity of Ladies arti
cles, such as kid gloves, para
sols, fine handkerchiefs, veils,
fans, dress patterns, arc., vary
ing in value from 0.00 to 25.00
Also, alarge lot of Miscellaneous
Articles, varying in value from 25c. to 20.00
Every part of.this enterprise will be
conducted with Honesty, Fairness, and in
THE. DRAWING WILL TAKE PLACE AT
ON MONDAY MORNING, AUG. 6TH,
Commencing at R o'clock, and contir Mug
until all the gifts shall be distributed.
TICKETS $l.OO EACH.
Sent to any address on:receipt of $l, or 11
tickets for $lO.
Tickets for sale at the Company's office,
Mishler's New Building, Southeast Angle of
When practicable, order tickets by mail,
as it will be impossible to secure Agents in
The Prizes were all purchased in Lancaster
and can be seen every day.
J. F. DOWNEY,
General Agent, Box 297, Lancaster Post Office.
Da — TICKETS for sale at HENRY
WOLFE'S, (opposite the Rost Office), agent
South-west 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 of
thorough English education, together with
Latin, Greek, French and German languages,
Vocal and 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.
TEREIS:—For boarding, washing and
light per session of five months, $95:00
Tuition in English branches, 10:00
For Latin, Greek, French and German
Persons wishing to place their sons or
daughters in this Institution will please make
early application by letter or otherwise.
B. 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. Wit son, 'Baltimore,
Samuel Lindsay, Marietta,
Calvin A. Schaffner, "
H. D. Benjamin "
Dr. J. Cushman, (6
Dr. F. Hinkle, "
Thomas Zell, 6f
A. N, Cassel, cc
Jacob Roth, cc
George W. Stahl, "
Marietta, February 3, 1866.-26tf.
IMMENSE STOCK OF
JUST RECEIVED BY
SPANGLER & RICH.
.IVo. 66 Market Street, Marietta, Pa.
From the great manufacturers sales, which we
are selling below City wholesale prices.
Clot& and Cassinteres,
50 per-cent. lower than last year
MousDeLaines and other Dress Goods
AS LOW as BEFORE the REBELLION!
AT 121, CENTS AND UPWARDS!
Muslims, Checks and Tickings, Heavy
Grey and White Blankets. at less
THAN HALF THEIR VALUE!
Wall Papus, Window Blinds, Carpets, Floor
and Table Oil Cloths, &c.
Groceries of all kinds : Sugars, Syrups, Teas,
Coffees, Fish, Cheese, Rice, &c.
ATOTECE:—AII persons knowing therr -
IN selves indebted to the undersigned Will
please call and settle immediately,
J. R. DIFFENBACH.
IaAM ROOLS, the lateatfashion—rall
at Mrs. ROTH'S Variety :Pore and s-a
them—all-the rage now, in the cities.
5 to 1.0
25c. to $3.00