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Is a protected solution of the
PROTOXIDE OF IRON,
a new discovery in medicine which
Strikes at the root of disease,
by supplying the blood with its vital principle,
or life element—lßON.
This is the secret of the wonderful success of
curing this remedy in
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Chrome
Dail rhea, Boils, Nervous Affections,
Chills and Fevers, Humors, Loss of
anstitutional Vigor, Diseases of
The Kidneys and Bladder,
and all diseases originating in a bad state of
Blood or accompanied by debility of a low
Mute if the system.
Being free from Alchohol in any form, its
enel cizing effects are not followed bj corre
sponding reaction, but are permanent, ioni
sing strength, vigor and new life into all parts
of the system, and building up an Iron Cou
DYSPEPSIA AND DEBILITY.
From the venerable archdeacon Scott, D. D.
Dunham, Canada East, March 24, 1865
* * am an inveterate Dyspeptic of
mote than 25 years standing."
• * "I have been so wonderfully bene
fitted in the three short weeks during which
have used the Peruvian Syrup, that I can
scarcely persuade myself of the reality.—
People wtm have known me are astonished
at the change. lam widely known, and can
but recommend to others that which has done
so much for me." * *
A Case of 27 Years' Standing Cured.
From Insley Jewett, No. 15 Avon place, Bos.
" I have suffered and sometimes severely,
for 27 years, from Dyspepsia. I cotumeneed
taking the Peru visa Syrup, and found imme
diate benefit from it. In the course of three
or four weeks I was entirely relieved from my
sufferings, and have enjoyed uninterrupted
health ever since."
An Eminent Divine of Boston says :
" I have been using he Peruvian Syrup for
some time past; it gives me new vigor, buoy
ancy of spirits, elasticity of muscle."
Thousands have been changed by the use of
this remedy ; from weak, sickly, suffering co ea
tures, to strong, healthy, and happy men and
women; and invalids cannot reasonably hesi
tate to give it a trial.
A pamphlet of 32 pages, containing certifi
cates of cures an.. recommendations from
some of the most eminent physicians, clergy
men, and others, will be sent FREE to any ad
See that each bottle has PERUVIAN
SYRUP blown in the glass.
FOR &ALF. BY
J. P. Dinsmore, Proprietor, 36 Dey Stree
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
All Medical Men agree that lODINE is the
best remedy fot Scrofula and all kindred dis
eases ever discovered. The difficulty has been
to obtain pure solution of it.
DR. H. ANDERS' lODINE WATER.
Is a Pure Solution of lodine, without a sol
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Containing A FULL GRAIN to each ounce
A moat Powerful Vitalizing Agant and
it eras cured and WILL CURE SCROFULA in
all its manifold forms.
ULCERS, CANCERS, SYPHILIS, SALT RHEUM &C.
Circulars will'be sent FREE to any one send
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Price $l.OO a bottle, or 6 for $5.00
Prepared by Dr. H. Anders, physician and
FOR SALE BY
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AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS
allisfah's ila►sahl of NU efieltu
HAS BEER USED FOR NEARLY
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which carries off more victims than any other
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YIELDS TO THIS REMEDY
when all others prove ineffectual.
AS A MEDICINE,
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IT IS UNSURPASSED!
while as a prepaiation, free from noxious in
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science, and medical knowledge ; combining
all that is valuable in the vegetable kingdom
for this class of disease, it is
and is entitled, merit's, and receives the gen
eral confidence of the public.
SEYMOUR THATCHER, M. D.,
of Berman, N. Y., writes as lollows:
“Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry gives
universal satisfaction. It seems to cure a
cough by loosening and cleansing the lungs.
and allaying irritation, thus removing the
cause, insteaci of drying up the cough and
leaving the cause behind. 1 consider the
Balsam as good as any, if oat the hest, Cough
medicine with which i am acquainted."
The Rev. J A COB H LE R, of Hanover, Pa.
Well known and mnch respected among the
German population in this country, makes
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entertained. I then procured a bottle of your
excellent Balsam, and before she had taken
the whole of the contenia of the bottle there
WAR a great improvement in her health. I
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PRICE ONE DOLLAR A BOTTLE.
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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
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They have been kept in comparative ob
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den to sell them when it is understood that
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COLUMBIA INSURANCE CO.
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $532,210:49.
Company continues to insure Build
ings, Merchandise, and other property,
against loss and damage by fire, on the mutual
plan, either for a cash premium cr premium
Whole amount insured,
Less atn't expired in 1865,
CAPITAL AND INCOME
Amt of premium notes. Jan. 1,
Less, premium notes expired in
Am't of premium notes rec'd in '65,115,584:13
Balance of premiums. Jan. 1, '65, 3,830:14
Cash receipts,less commissions, in '65, 40,7b6:89
Losses and expenses paid in 1865,
Balance capital and assets,_
January 1, 1866,
A. S. GREEN, PruesinErir,
GEORGE YOUNG., Jr., Secretary.
MICHAEL S. SHUMAN, Treasurer.
Samuel Shock, William Patton,
Robert 'l'. Ryon, Jahn W. Stewy,
John Fendrich, ' George Young, Jr.,
H. G. Minich, Nicholas 111' Dcnald,
Samuel F. Emlein, Michael S. Shuman,
Amos S. Cireen S. C. Slaymaker,
Edmund Spering. •
Columbia, March 30, 1866.-4.
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They are prepared to make ail kinds of iron
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BLACKSWITHING in GENERAL.
From long experience in building machinery we
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Z. SUPPL EE,
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Columbia, October 20, 1860. 14 tf
t H E celebrated Gutta Fercha Oil Blacking
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jpioRASS pprcelein lined preserving . kettles,
chclip,.at JOHN SPANGLER'S.
READ WHAT DR. SCHENCK IS DOING:
Bit. J. U. SCHENCK
DEAR Sin feel it a duly I owe to you,
and to all who are soaring under the diseases
known as Consumption and Liver Complaint,
to let them knew what great.benefits I have
received from your Pulmonic Syrup and Sea
weed Tonic in so short a time. by the bless
ing of God it has cured me thus far.
Dr. Schenck, I will now make my state
ment to you, as follows :—About eighteen
mouths ago I was attacked with a severe
cough, and it settled on my lungs; I could
not retain anythine 1 ate, and suffered with
evening fevers and night sweats. I was very
much reduced. Toe whites'of my eyes were
very yellow ; likewise my skin ; my appetite
all gone, and unab.e to digest what I did eat;
bowels swollen, irregular and costive 1. was
very low spirited, and had such violent spells
of coughing when I lay down at night and
o hen I arose in the morning that they would
last one or two hours.
.1 then would be nearly exhausted, and was
entirely unable to lie on my left side. I can
not describe my wretched suffering as I would
wish to do. Every organ in my body was dis
eased or deranged. Such was my situation at
this time, and I was confined to my bed from
the last of February, 1862, to June 1862, not.
able to sit up. I had the best of medical at
tendance the whole of the time. My cough
was so very bad that it racked me very much.
I at this time raised a large quantity of thick,
yellow, offensive matter, sometimes with bl6od
and it was generally accompanied by nausea,
and a furred and thick coated tongue. At the
time of coughing so badly I would have sharp,
shooting pains in my left side and heart,
night sweats, and soreness all through my
whole chest; had much inward fever, pain in
my hack and under my shoulder blades and in
the small of my back, and at times so severe
that it woufd throw me into spasms. Now
my phy siman gave me up to die. Others I had,
and the best of them, but they could do noth
ing for me, and at that time I was nothing
but skin and. bone I then was in the western
par: of Missuuri. In June last we left there
for the East, and in August last we came to
New York, and I was so reduce t that l could
only walk a little with my husband's help.
Alter I had been here a short time the salt wa
ter breeze made the feel much better for a
time and then 1 had again to call a physician
for aid We has four of the best physicians
of New York on the diseases of the lungs, and
doctors of all kinds, but of no avail. They
aid I was past cure, and that my lungs were
too far gone for any one to cure me. But at
this time I was on my feet about the house,
net able to do [mach of anything. In Novem
ber test I grew %verso, and the consumption
diarrhea set in and lasted about eight weeks.
We had tried all and everything that I could
grasp at like a dying person fin my disease—
consumption and liver complaint--but of no
In January, 1663, I was brought down
again on my bed, ann was not exported to
live the night out. My husband stayed at my
side, and other friends, and they all gave me
up to die. At this time every one who saw
me did not think I would ever leave my bed
a living woman. The first night I was at
tacked with spasms, and was deranged most
of the time A friend, Mrs. Harris, came to
see me the last of the week, and brought the
Sunday Mercury. In it was an account of a
great cure performed by Dr. Schenck. She
read it to me, and it was so much like my
disease that asked my husband to go and
see him for me. At thiS time I had given up
all hopes of ever getting well again, and made
my pence with God, to be ready whenever he
called for me.
On the 27th of January, 1563, my husband
called on Dr. Schenck . , 32 Bod street, New
York, and stated to him my case, with a re—
quest for him to call and see me, which he
did, and examined me with the respirometer.
When he was about to go I asked him if he
could cure me ? His reply was " I cannot
tell, both lungs are diseased, and the bronchi
al tubes are affected on both sides." And yet
he seemed to think there were lungs enough
left to effect a cure if the diarrhea could be
stopped. He said in order to do this, he would
have to give me Mandrake Pills in small
doses at first, to carry off the morbid matter,
and then, with astringents, he hoped to check
it, which lie did, but the constant coughing,
night sweats, and diarrhea had prostrated the
so that he was uhaid my vital powers were
too much prostrated ever to rally, and yet he
seemed to think if I 'could live to get enough
Pulmonic Syrup through my system to cause
expectoration there were lungs enough left
for me to recover. He wished me to try the
Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic at once,
saying it would do me no harm, if it did me
no good. The first week it seemed to give
me strength, so that on Sunday after 1 sat up
in bed and ate hearty fora sick woman ; but
the next week 1 lost all hope and wished my
husband net to give the any more medicine.
Ou the doctor had warned him of this, and
when the medicine was clearing out the sys
tem it made them feel somewhat restless, and
to persevere ; and lie insisted on my taking
it ; and now I feel the benefit of it. For atter
eight days I began to gain my strength, and,
with the exception of a cold that put me bask
some, I have been gaining strength of body,
my cough is going away, and all my pains an.
gone ; no soreness of the body, my trowels are
regular, and my Meath is sweet, and I thank
God that 1 am now going about, and sew and
read as well as ever 1 could. I have tacen
sixteen bottles of the medicine,
eight of each.
I now have a good appetite and rest well at
night ; my cough does not trouble me in gett
ing up or lying down. I would here say to
the afflicted with consumption or liver com
plaint, that Dr. Schenck is no humbug You
can rely on what he says. Delay not; it is
dangerous to trifle with these diseases. If
you would be cured, go at once ; and any one
wishing to know the facts us herein stated
can call at my residence, 117 West Houston
street, New York city. _ _
We, the undersigned, residents al New York
are acquainted with Mrs. Farlow, and know
her statement to be true. . We also know that
she used Dr. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup and
Seaweed Tonic, and hal a reason to believe
that td this medicine she owes her preservation
irom a premature grave.
FARLOW, 117 West Houston st.
EUGENE UNDERHILL, 676 Dreenwich
Mrs. EUGENE UNDERHILL, 676 Green
AUGUSTA UNDERHILL, 676 Greenwich
A. F. Harris, 117 West Houston street.
EMILY GLOVER, 117 West Houston st.
J. L. COLk, 33 Cottage pl.
M. A. LI4.IGHTON, 483 Broadway.
Mrs. BENI A.MIN CLAPP, 19 Amity pl.
lam well acquainted with Mrs. Mary F.
Farlow, and with hei husband, Mr. B. Farlow
they having fur a few mouths past attended
at my church, and I am convinced that any
statement which they might make may be re
on as irue. JOHN DOWLING, D. D,
Pastor of Bedford st. Baptist Church, N.
Dr. Schenck. will be professionally at hi s
principal office No. 15 North Sixth street, c ar _
ner of Commerce, Pjiladelpinti, every Satur
day, from 9 A. M., until 4 P. M., No. 34
Bond street, New York, every Tuesday, from
9 to 3; Pio. 38 Suminer street, Boston, Mass ,
every Wednesday, from 9 to. 3, and every
other Friday at 108 Baltimore street, Balti
more, 11/d. All advice free, but for a thorough
examination of the lungs with his Respirome
ter, the charge is three dollars.
Price of the Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed
Tonic, each $1.50 per bottle, or $7.50 per hal
dozen. Mandrake Pills, !Zocents per box.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers.
December 9, 1865.-Iv. [ll
r undersigned would respectfully an
nounce to his old friends end the public
generally, that he continues the.above business
in ail its various branches
Especial attention paid to plain and fancy
paperhanging, China glossing, Frosting and
Enamelling Glass, Graining of all kinds, Ste.
Thankful fur past iavors, would as a con
tinuance of the same. Residence a few doors
- west of the ToWn: Hall, on Walnut street.
DAVID H. MEI-LINGER.
YON'S Petiodica Drape; and Clark's Fe
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MRS. MARY F. FARLOW
FISH'S IMP HEATING APPARATUS.
WITH THE PLANE THAT LIGHTSTHE ROOM
By the flame 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 fur use in a moment * *
convenient to have on hand.
* * 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 tht
ambulance mini 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. * Hall's Journal of Health.
* * * 1 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 hous'ebold purposes, * * one
important point is the saving in cost over coal
Ares. * * * N. Y. Evening Post
Prices from Two to Six Dollars.
Capacity front One to Four Quarts.
Three Articles Cooked at one lime with one
Arranged for Kerosene or Coal Oil, or Gas.
A Descriptive Pamphlet of thirty p"ges fur
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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. Every Family needs one.
11=. Two f these Beating Lamps can be
seen at John Spangler's Hardware.
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An order for Dna Dozen Picturea from our Catalogue, will be
filled on receipt of $l.BO, and cat by mall, vas.
Photographers and others ordering goods c r . 0. D., will please
remit twenty-five per mot. of the amount with their order.
12r The prices and quality of our goods cannot fell to mast/.
JOHN BELL. Merchant Tailor,
Car. of Market-st., and Elbow Lane, Marietta
RATEFUL for past favors I would retuir
Amy thanks to my numerous friends 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
ull and splendid assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES & VESTIVGS
which will be made up to order at the shorte
notice by the best of workmen, and on reasona
ble terms, I would be pleased, therefore, to wai
upon my old customers and all who see proper
o patronize me hereafter. cOct.29-".56.
T HE LADY'S FRIEND—
- The Best of the . Monthlies—devoted to
Fashion and Pure Literature. $2.50 a dear;
Two copies $4.00 ; Eight (Liod one gratis)
$l6.- WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING
MACHINES given as premiums. Seed 15
cents for, a sample copy to DEACON & PE
TERSON, 3L9 Walnut et., Philadelphia.
13 0.11LEI V ALIcin g celebrated , GIN,
H. D. BENJ4MI4I;
NITANTED ! $27:60 PER DAY ! !
Agenis wanted, ladies and gentlemen,
in every county in tie United States, to sell
the INK POW DERS of the American Ink
Company. The powder sells for forty cents
per package ; and will make ink enough to fill
fifty bottles of the size usually retailed at ten
cents per bottl !. A smart agent don sell a
gross of it a day, and clear $27 60. The ink
can be made from the powder in three min
utes in common boiling water. It is a perfect
black ink, tho best in the world. It flows
easily, does not corrode the pen a particle,
never gums up, is not injured by freezing, and
its color will last forever. Every family in
America will buy it, as a package will last a
family foi years, and ink can be made in
small quantities as wanted. With each gross
we send a thousand circulars, with testimon
ials from clergymen, lawyers, teachers, mer
chants, commercial colleges, editors, Six., and
the agent's name on the bills. Only one per
son will be made agent for a county. The
first one sending $3O for a gross of the powder
will receive it by return express, together with
one thousand circulars and the right to sell in
the county he or she designates. If others
send for the same county, the money will be
returned to them free of expense. To make
sure, one had better designate several counties,
either of which-he or she will take. Send for
trade list and circulars if you dare run the
risk of waiting, 01 send the money for a gross.
Letters addressed to the Mayor, Postmaster,
cashiers of the banks, or the express agents of
this city. will show that the business is honor
ably and squarely conducted. An Ink Pow
der will be sent by mail to any address, free
of charge, on receipt of forty cents.
Address, writing your name, town, county
and State distinctly, AMERICAN 'Nit Co.,
Manchester,N. H. THOMAS. W. LANE,
Clerk for the Company and Special Agent..
NO. 5.'0 NORTH QTJEEN STREET,
EVE manufacture our own goods, thus en
abling us to sell at
OLD TIME PRICES.
The largest, best and most complete stock,
and at lower prices than any house in the
Our immense stock of Spring and Summer
Goods condsts of all the novelties of the sea
son, at least fifty different styles the most pop
ular of which are
Cheaper than can be had elsewhere.
Our business connection wit`t our patrons
for a period of nearly 40 years, is a sufficient
guarrantee of our ability to please all who
may favor us with a call.
SHULTZ & BROTH MRS,
No. 20 North Queen-st.. Latieast4r.
1 HE EXCELSIOR FRUIT JAR.
The best in the market ; the manufactu
rers are unable to supply the demand ; its su
periority over all others is fully acknowledged
by all who used them lust year. They require
no putty or cement of any kind ; can be se
cutely closed in a moment, and wnen once
properly closed there is no danger of any fruit
spoiling. They are neat, being made of glass
—have a wide mouth and can very easily be
For sale at JOHN SP ANGLER'S where
can be seen t jar of Frhit put up in one of
these jars last year.
Having thoroughly tested the Excelsior
Fruit Jar and af'er using many other kinds I
accord to it superiority over all others for pre:
serving fruit, ease of securing it and in fact in
every way do I consider it better. _
A DJOURNED COURTS
It Is ordered by the Court of Le nraster Co ,
that Adjuurned Courts fur 1866 for the trial
and decision of cases in the Common Pleas,
Orphans' Court, and Quarter Sessions, are to
be held as follows:
FOR ARC UM ENTS.
$ 3 , 00
One week, commencing Monday, March 19th
g< 46 ci " June ihth.
Cs CL Decem. 17.
To continue one week from the said days re
spectively, unit as much longer as the business
may require. All the cases on the list for
argument in the Orphans' Courtsh all be taken
up on the first days of said terms, and be pre
ceded with until disposed of, unless continued
by consent or cause sholim.
The cases on the argument list in the Quar
ter Sessions shall be taken up on Wednesday
of said term if not prevented by the Orphans'
Court, and if so, the cases in the Quarter Ses
sions will be commenced on the termination
of the Orphans' Court business.
The argument of the cases of the Common
Pleas to be commenced on Thursday of the
week, if not prevented by the Orphans' Cour
or Quarter Sessions cases, in that case, the ar
gument list of said court is to he taken up a
the termination of the cases in the other courts,
and pioceioled in until disposed of, unless con
tinued by consent or cense sho wn.
It is 'further ordered 'hat the absence of
counsel at the time appointed for hearing the
cases mentioned in the preceeding orders shall
he no cause for suspending proceedings there
in, unless by consent, or - .legal ground for a
continuance be shown.
ADJOURNED JURY TRIALS.
It is ordered by the Court that adjourned
courts for Jury trials ill 'the Common Pleas,
will be held as follows :
One week, commencing on the sth of Mon
day in January. 29th.
One week, commencing on the 3d Monday
in February, 19th,
One week, commencing on the 4th Monday
in February, 26tt,
One week, commencing on the 4th Monday
in May, 28th.
One week, commencing on the Ist Monday
in June, 4th.
One week, commencing on the let Monday
in September, 3d.
One week, coinnitenoing on the 3d Monday
in October. loth.
One week, .ommeneing on the 4th Monday
in October, 22d.
One week, commencing on the Ist Monday
in December, 3d.
And such other periods as may be appoint
ed at the aforesaid courts, or at D.gularertn.
S. Atlee Bockius, M. D. D. D. S..
dr\ FFERS his services it either the Opezative,
gLI Sureical•or . Mechanical Departments of
Teeth extracted without pain, by the ad
ministration of the "Nitrus Oxide Gas" or
Ether. OFFICES: In Marietta every Tues
day and Friday, in the "St. John House," and
Corner of Locust and Second sts., Columbia.
Marietta, April 14, 1866,6m.]
pring Shawls Balmorals Gloves,
0 Belts and Buc'iles, Embroidered Handker
chiefs and Collars, Mourning Collars and
Veils, Head Nets and Dress Trimmings.
A full supply at
SPANGLER & RICH'S.
OF RAMBO APPLES
Fi Hi. SALE LOW, AT HENRY WOLFE'S
KEEP OUT THE FLIES! Cheap and or
namental dish covers of wire, at
A. LARGE LOT OF BUI.F WINDOW
SHADES at remarkably low prices--
to close out JOHN SPANGLER.
JOB PRINTING of every description ex
eruted with neatness and dispatch at the
Odice of The Mariettian.
T. CROIX AND NEW ENGLAND RUM
1,,71 for culinary purposes, Warranted gen mite
RAIL SKIRTS.--Qo to Mm. - .ROTH' B.
.and gee thew.
MRS. it. J. LiI'ANGLER
The Champion Clothes Wringer.
JOHN Sp ANGLER has just ricirl ve a ano
has for bale this celebrated Wring,er, with
or without cog-wheels. This is now regarded
as the best machine in use. It is more easily
adjusted to the tub, and is wider than any raa...
chine of the price. No. 1, without cog-wheels
with ten inch rollers, is selling at s g l > n. 2
with cog-wheels, $9 No. 3, with cog-wheels,
11 inches, $ll.
'B LIBIIART, JR
AND UNDERTAKER, MARIETTA, PA
Wo O d U o L f f
, s e h e e t feuitlilzyetnasa
and the public in general, that, having laid in
a lot of seasoned Lumber, is now prepared to
manufacture all kinds of
CA BINE?' FURNII'URE,
in every style and variety, at short notice
Ile has on hand a lot of Furniture of his own
manufacture, which for fine finish and good
workmanship, will rival any City make.
firr Especial attention paid to repairing.
He is also now prepared to attend, in all its
branches, the UN D EItTA IC I NG business, be.
ins supplied with an excellent Herse, large
and small Biers, Cooling Pox, &c.
i» COFFINS finished in any style—plain
Ware 11.onm and Manufactory, near Xi.
Duffv's new haildine",, near the "Upper-SW
tioa," Marietta, Pa. (Oct. 29„
G E°. W. SULIZI3ICII,
s f LEATHER DEALER
Having purchase.] the re.aaining. stock an
hand ; and [razed the Tannery and fixtures of
his late lather, Ilciiry t^initzbach, deceased, ht
nu xt. , propareo to arotdooloilate the customers
of the old stand, ail the public genera 4,
with ever!, Uri:g in his line, at such prices
cannot fail to give entire satisfaction. His
stock will consist of
Oak Spanish and Slaughter Sole,
Valve and Hemlock Leather,
' CA L FSK
Kips., H'axed and Grained tipper,
SPLITS, HARNESS, BRIDLE &SHOE
Lash paid for i 1 ides and Skins
/Marietta January 6. 1666.4
KO: W. WORRALL,
.h.G EON DENTIST,
illarket Street, adjoining Spangler 4 , Rich's
tore, 071 the second floor.
Where he is now pmpszed to wait 77.7"
on all who may feel di:speed to pa
Dentistry in all As branches carried ON
'3 Ez:11 inserted ea the must approve, prin
ciples of Dental science. All operations on
the mouth performe , i in a skillful nud work
manlike mariner —on fair principles and
Claming deteTioined upon a pernittnentloca
ti tri at this place, would auk a continuation
of the liberal patronage heretofore extended
to him, fo. a he will render every mo
ECr Ether gdp , blistered to proper persons
R EEVES' AM131.4.0:-IA FOR
The Original and Genuine AMBROSIA k
prepared by J. ALLEN REEVES the
best hair dressing and reservative now in
use. It stops the hair falling out, Can:ICS it Is
grow thick and long and prevents it Irma
turning prematurely grey. It eradicates
dandruff, cleanses, beautifies and readers the
hair soft, glossy and curly. Buy it, try it and
be convinced. Don't be put off with a spun
nus artiele. Ask fur Reeves' Ambumia sad
take nd other. For Sale by Druggists and
Deal. rs in Fancy Goods everywlu re.
PRICE, ifi Cents per bottle—i per dozen..
Address, 11E EV ES' rlrtttaoslA UK cur,
t 32 FL' Ron- st., New-Yost City.
R 3— For sale in Marietta at Dr. F. Hinkle's
1866 . PRILADILLPHIA
NEW FALL STYLES !
now ELL & BOURKE:,
PAPER HANGINGS AND WINDOW
CORNER FOURTH AND MARKET STREETS,
N. B. Always i❑ store, a large stock of
LINEN AND OIL SHADES.
1866, Tli i e%e l s ' A t
YL ' h S e Pe;
ted to LITERAI URE and FASHION. $2.-
50 a year. We give WHEELER sz 1t IL"
S,)lsi'S Celebrated $55 Sewing Machines on
the following terms :
Twonty copies 9,nd the Sewing Machine, W.
Thirty copies and the Sewing Machile, 38 5 .
Forty copies and the sewing Ntachine,
Send 15 cents for a sample copy to DE. ,
CON & PETERSON, 319 Walnut greet,
First National Bank of Marietta
TfIIS BANKING ASSOCIATION
HAVING COMPLETED ITS ORGANIZATI ON
is now prepared to transact all kinds of
BANILIN GI BUSINES S.
The Board of Directors meet weekly, on
Wednesday, for discount and other businesa
Erßank Yours : From 9A.DIto 3 r.
JOHN HOLLINGER, PRESIDENT.
AMOS BOWMAN, Cashier.
DR. WM. B. FAHNESTOCK,
OFFICE:-MAIN-ST. 3 NEARLY OPPOSITE
Spangler & Patterson's Store
FROM 7 TO 8 A. R.
OFFICE lIOURS. " 1 TO 2.
" 6T07 P. bl,
STRAWBERRY PLANTS t
- 0 -
100 000 sfrilil/behil 'ian/3 5 41 e'•
Wilson's Albany, Norwood,
Triomphe ßu ss li
For sale by HENRY WOLFE.
rr W ENTY- Fl YE quarrymen at Periu" ,
J near Leaman Place. Wages $2.00 per
day, boarding 20 cents per meal. Steady' em
ployment will be giv J n.
Sept. 29-2 L
_ROBERT C. HARRIS
P ST F.llEft.
Having 'wilted in the Borough of Marietta,
would respectfully offer his services to the
public, and being determined t
do his vrork
well, an d at reasonable prices, hr hopes to merit
and receive & liberal share of public patronage.