The Mariettian. (Marietta [Pa.]) 1861-18??, November 10, 1866, Image 3

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NI gelling, ilobetolo, XBB6.
Morning PBEISOLIgef train for Lan
ol d Philadelphia will leave the upper
4 „ t op at 12 minutes aiter 8 o'clock. The
;itto going westward will pass upper
0 , it 10 mutates Wore ONE o'clock, noon.
6ittillorrisburg accommodation train eastward
„Ipso at 26 minutes after 5 o'c here at lock, in t 43
moo n and returning arrive
1 : tee after 6 o'clock in the evening.
oQuit o e a number of changes in the
aership f town property have taken
rSCO Within the last few weeks. E. D.
jainin has purchased one of the
BOW " houses ; Israel Goodman
.e of the " Lodge " houses—F. L.
slier another ; Mrs. Samuel Redsecker
Spangler it: Rich and Patterson &
, store buildings ; Geo. H. Ett la,
0 ,
f ron t street houses in " Reuel
row "; Mrs. Middleton White-
ill, the Trimmer hones on Market
Mat.............. ..........
The following are the duly install.
Officers of Susquehanna Lodge, No,
0 o f G. T., for the ensuing quarter :
C, T., J. R. Windolph ; W. "ir T.
B sill e O'Brien ; W. S., Sarah Turner;
1 5,
A. S. M. Stence ; W. T., John
BrF.E. W.
galroy ; W. D. U., Kate Windolph ;
tc.C., Mary Walters; W. I. G., Paris
F e k ; W. 0. G., William Filby ; W
T., J. Clayton S teeny ; L. D., H
The Lanc/ster Intelligencer has
posed tato new hands. Messrs. J. M.
A or, William A. M orton and Alfred
isodereon withdrawing and H. G. Smith,
thtrepiaioing partner, taking Andrew
luk~oaSteinman, esq., into partnership,
rho will continue the publication under
ie title of fl. G. Smith & Co.
fir Front street—between Flury's
orner aud Elbow Lane is being blessed
rich worst good and sabetantial brick
romeats—Messrs. Geo. Goodman,
Jacob Ultsaa and Frederick Raas hay
log laid new Imes—two or three snore
cold make that square a capital prom
fi John Aunt*, eat , has been re•
appointed by the new Coroner, Deputy
far this borough and Bast Donegal
ionahips. We understand justices of
th; peace are not authorised by law to
told inainests within ten miles of the
isidence of any duly appointed deputy.
Shultz Brothers, Lancaster,
hivejust opened their new stock of fare.
i;fid their advertisements. Furs, Hats
oCipe in great variety. Call and ex
traa their large stock. No excuse
moo Philadelphia fur furs when a
tuvariety—just as cheap—can be had
tearer home. Advertisements in our
tit P.m John Cromlisb, who failed
Ulectore oiliest Monday evening a week
Orl !Valid, of the very inclement vzeath
it will lecture on Monday evening next,
Temperance hall, before the open
Temperance organization. The public
all r. Juhn Kline, has purchased
midence of Dr. Fahnestock, on
Ihrket , t., for 34,725. This is one or
residences in the borough and
TE.,:arited as very cheap.
, Deppellar bas laid on our
~ rt toe largest stalk of Celery we have
cer tain, it was raised in hie garden,
taut the cemetery
fit The lumbermen have again left us
sqle. „run„ was quite a good one, and
Umber kept up wonderfully. The day of
tap !umber has, evidently, forever
psised and gone.
. • •.
enVe neglected in the RiiVertiee
teatof the Mc Adams lot, in our last
116 ne, to name the day of sale. It will
eioand in our advertising columns this
Dou't forget—now is the time to
14 ke up clubs for Go.ley. Read the
l ivenisemeut in another column.
'Two men named lidontjay, thin
b:othere, at Washington, Ky., got into a
While drank the other day, when
° 3 e nabbed the other through the heart
idliOg him instantly. The survivor was
badly beaten that his recovery is
lo Nashville colored children are
heartily invited to attend the Catholic
,ithbsth schools with the other children
1:11,0 distinction is made on account
Nd color or previous condition of servi
1 11' The stallion young Morrill, own
ed by S. R. Perkins, of Hartford, Ct.,
il aiirbteen years old, and in ten years
411 / 6 ( 1 650,000. Be has trotted in 2:25,
kid lan yea r 0,15,000 was offered for him
Rid refused.
'tate of George W. Stahl, late of the
Borough of Marietta, deceased.
L lAtter s of Administration on said estate have
lb granted to the undersigned, all Par
i'nB indebted thereto are requested to make
- 67":""te payment, and those having claim"
I , l ,,e , ritiods against th - present Vista
;atm delayfor settlement to the underslgned.
reading in the Borough of Marietta.
in Fast Donegal township.
• ' ` 4 •3 E.,
%Veal !Intim
A Hunsuo.—How often we heat this ex
pression front persons reading advertisements
of Patent Medicines, and in nine cases out of
ten they may be right. It is over 19 years
since I introduced my medicine, the Venetian
Liniment to the public. I had no money to
advertise it, so I left it for sale with a few
druggists and storekeepers through a small
section of country, many taking it with great
reluctance; but I told them to let any one
have it, and if it did not do all I stated on my
pamphlet, no one need pay for it. In some
stores two or three bottles were taken on trial
by persons present. I was, by many, thought
crazy, and that would be the last they would
see of me. But I knew my medicine was no
humbug. In about two months I began to
receive orders for more Liniment, some calling
it my valuable Liniment, who had refused to
sign a receipt when I left it at their store.
Now my sales are millions of bottles yearly,
and all for cash. I warrant it superior to any
other medicine for the cure of Croup, Diarrhea,
Dysentery, Colic, Vomiting, Spasms, and Sea
sickenness, as an internal remedy. It is per
fectly innocent to take internally, see oath ac
companying each bottle,—and externally, for
Chronic Rheumatism, Headache, Mumps,
Frosted Feet, Bruises, Fprain, Old Sores, Swel
-1 ings, Sore Throats, &c., &c. Sold by all the
Druggists. Depot 56 Cortland street, New
PITTSBURGH, MAY 10th, 1866.
Messrs. Ifostetter Smith:
GENTLEMEN : During a visit to the West,
last fall. I contracted chills and Tever, which
brought me to my bed, and finally terminated
in typhoid fever, and confined me to my room
for several months, during which time I was
physically so prostrated that I almost despair
ed of ever recovering my health ; having al
most entirely lost my appetite for days, not
being able to eat a morsel, added to which I
was distressed with a reeling sensation in my
head, and passed many sleepless nights—all
from debility caused by my prostrate condition,
brought about by fever. At this stage of my
condition a friend recommended me to use
your celebrated Stomach Bitters, but being
morally opposed to the use of stimulants in
any form, I at first declined, but afterwards
yielded my prejudices, and, after taking the
medicine for several weeks, my appetite re
turned, and with it I am rapidly regaining my
former strength and vigor. My sleep (from
the loss of which I have suffered much) has
never been better than it is now, and the reel
ing sensation (beforelalluded to) has entirely
left ma. My bowels wech were much con
stipated and irregular, are new quite natural,
and, in fact, 1 am glad to say that I feel my
self a new man, and tender you this testimo
nial of my appreciation of your valuable pre
paration in order that others, suffering as I
have, may avail themselves of its virtues,
which prejudice kept me from enjoying for so
long a period. I may also add that my physi
cian, after seeing the beneficial effect of your
Bitters on me, recommended that I use them
regularly. Yours., very respectfully,
E BOURNE, 45 Market-st.
To Coxsumextvas.—The advertiser hav
ing been restored to health in a few weeks by
a very simple remedy, after having suffered
several years, with a severe lung affection,
and that dread disease, Consumption, is an
xious to make known to his fellow-sufferers
the means of cure. To all who desire it, he
will send a copy of the prescription, free of
charge, with the directions for preparing and
peeing the same, which they will find a sure
cure for Consumption, Asthma, Coughs, Bron
chitis, Colds, and all throat and lung affections.
The only object of the advertiser in sending
the prescription is to benefit the afflicted and
spraad information which he conceives to be
invaluable; and he hopes every sufferer will
try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing,
and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, FREE, b:
return mail, will please address
Rev. EDWARD A. Wri.soN, Williamsburg,
Kings County, New-York. 1.13'
MARCHING ON '.—Constantly advancing in
public favor, throughout the United States, the
Ilritisb Colonies, and Spanish America, and
needing no flourish of Trumpets to proclaim its
success, that standard article. Cristadoro's
hair dye is now far ahead of any preparation
of its class. People of fashion at length tho
roughly understand the terrible consequences
entailed by the use of metallic and caustic
prep iration, and admit the superiority of this
famous vegetable Dye, manufactured by J.
CH RISTADORO, 6 Astor House, yew-York.
Sold by all Druggists. Applied by all Hair-
Dressers. (N)
ERRORS OF YOT:TH.—A gentleman who Buf
fered fox years from Nervous Debility, Pre
mature Decay, and all the effects' of youthful
indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering
humanity, send free to all who need it, the
recipe and directions for making the simple
lamed) , by which be was cured. Sufferers
wishing to profit by the advertiser's experi
ence, can do so by addressing Jona B. Co
!ivy, No. 13 Chamber St., New-York.
D Deafness, Blindness and Catarrh, trea
ted with the utmost success, by .1. ISAACS,
D., Oculist and Anna, (former]) of Ley
den, Holland,) No. 519 PINE st., Philadel
phia. Testimonials from the most reliable
sources in the city and country can be seen at
his office. The medical faculty are initited tc
accompany their patients, as he bas no secrets
in his practice. Artificial eyes inserted with
out pain. No charge for examination.
Irr ITCH I—ITCII I!-ITCH !! ! Scratch
Scratch ! !---Scratch !! ! WHEATON'S OlNT
mr.wr will cure the ITCH in 48 hours. Also
cures Salt Rheum, Ulcers, Chilbrains and all
eraptions of the skin. Price 50 cents. For
sale by all druggists.. By sending 60 cents to
WEEKS & POTTER, sole agents, 170 Washing
too-st., Boston, it will be forwarded by mail,
free of postage, to any part of the Union.
Sva.esica, soy Tatfr..--Every young lady
and gentlemen in the United States can hear
something very much to their advantage by
return mail (free of "charge,) by addressing
the undersigned. Those having fears of being
humbugged will oblige by not noticing this
card. AU othere will please address their
obedient servant, Tilos. F. CuAriesit, 831
Broadway, N. Y.
.Emairtz SunprLE MAcurens are superior
to all others for family and manufacturing
porpotter; contain all the latest iroproiremente;
are speedy, noisiest!, durable and easy to work.
Illustrated circulars sent free. Agents want
ed. Liberal discount allowed Rio ecinsign
meets made. Address Lunar. S. M. Co, 616
ETOlSiway, N. Y. r iy
c~g..gT_HE MA
cine invented by Dr. J. 11. Schenck, of Phila
delphia, is intended to dissolve the food and
make it into chyme, the first process of diges
tion. By cleansing the stomach with Schenck'a
Mandrake Pills, the tonic soon restores the
appetite, and food that could not be eaten be
fore using it will be easily digested.
Consumption cannot be cured by Schenclee
Pulmonic Syrup unless the stomach and liver
is made healthy and the appetite restored,
hence the Tonic and Pills tire required in near
ly every case of consumption. A half dozen
bottles of the SEAWEED TONIC and three or
four boxes of the MANDRAKE PILLS will cure
any ordinary ease of dyspepsia.
Dr. Schenck makes professional visits in
New York, Boston, and at his principal office
in Philadelphia every week. See daily papers
of each place, or his pamphlet on consump
tion for his days for visitation.
Please observe, when purchasing, that the
two likennesses of the Doctor, one when in
the last stage of Consumption, and the °tilt.'
as he now is, in perfect health, are on the Gov
ernment stamp..
Sold by all druggists and dealers, price $1.50
per bottle or $7.60 the half dozen. All letters
for advice should be addressed to Da.
Senn:goes Principal office, No. 15 North 6th
Street, Philadelphia, I a.
General Wholesale A gents :. Demas Barnes
& Co., N. Y. ; S. S. Hance, Baltimore, Md. ;
John D. Parke, Cincinnati, Ohio ; Walker &
Taylor, Chicago, Ill.; Collins Bros., St. Louis
Mo. [vl3-no.ll-Iy]
Xl° Ara.cocres •Porous Plasters. The best
strengthening plaster in the world. These
plasters resolve and assuage pain by calling
forthe the acrid humors from parts internal to
the skin and general circulation, thus, in many
cases, positively evaporating the disease.
There is nothing equal, in the way of a plas
ter, to the Porous Plaster of Mr. Allcock.
Everything is pleasant about them. They are
the plaster of the day, and a fit type of on pre
sent advancement is science and art. In asth
ma, cough, kidney affections, gout, rheumatism
and local, deep-seated pains, they afford per
manent relief. J. F. JOHNSON, M. D.,
on "Topical Remedies."
From a personal knowledge of these plasters,
we can state that they are decidedly preferable
to any other in use ; whatever relief is to be
obtained by the use of a plaster, we should re
commend them. A. INGRAHAM, M D.,
Editor New-York Mentor.
Agency, " llrandreth House," New York.
Sold by all druggists.
warning and instruction for young men : also,
Diseases and Abuses which prematurely pros
trate the Vital Powers, with sure means of
releif. Sent free of charge, in sealed letter
envelopes. Address, Dn. J. SKILLIN HOUGH
TON, Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth
Street, Pniladelphia, Pa. [ july 1,'66-Iy.
The American Artists' Union [established
1854] announce that in order to extend the
sale of the following well-known and highly
Popular Steel Plate ENGRAVINGS:
Departure of the Pilgrim Fathers
for America, - - - 27x36 in.
Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers, 27x:16
Falisten' Mustering his Recruits, 25x30
Skakspeare and his Friends, 27x31
Cotter's Saturday Nigin, 23x2S
Village Blacksmith, 27x32
Manifest Destiny, [Fottune Telling] 21x28
ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24 1866. The Massacre of Wyoming in 1776, 28x36
Mount Vernon in the olden time,
yam' Ladies who are troubled with sick head
ache monthly, should use Dr. Velpau French
Female Pills. They prove a sure and speedy
relief. Sold by Dr F. Hinkle, Marietta, and
by all good druggists.
The undersigned administrator of John Mc
Adams, deceased, by virtue of an order of the
Orphans' Court of Lancaster County, will sell
at public sale, at the public house of David
Ca.sel, at the lower end of Marietta, all that
certain LOT OF GROUND, situated on the
south-side of Secnd street, (Turnpike) in that
part of the borough of Marietta laid out by
John Myers, and numbered on the plan there
of by No. 40, containing in front on Second
street, 40 feet, and extending iu depth to a
public alley 203 feet.
Sale to commence at 7 o'clock in the evening
of the above named day.
Timms : Cash on the first day of April 1867
except one-third ot the amount remaining af
ter payment of debts and expenses, which
stialfremain charged upon said lot.
16:arietta, Nov. 3d.-ts.
4 Opposite the Buttonwood Tree.
I_,IQT_TC ) Ft :73,
No. 821 Market Street,
llishler's Here Bitters for sale
W_ C. Johnston,
Spirits Turpentine, Naptha, Benzine,
Burning Oil, Mineral Paint Oil,
Machinery Oils of all kinds,
All orders promptly attended to:
October 13-st.]
"I-1 N . ' K_ E,
gilLg.sician and ,fu_r-ae.on,
rr AS located permanently in Columbia,
11 - 1 and offers his professional services to
the citizens of that place.
Be may be found at his office, -at the resi
dence of Benjamin Haldeman, on Locust-st.,
every day from 8 to 10 a. m., and 7 to 8 p. tn.
Persons wishing his services in special cases,
between these hours, will _leave word by note
at his office, or through the post office.
,: ft OYSTERS ! C 0
I am now in the receipt of the best of Oysters
which will be served up in the usual varie
ties of styles. I will have fitted up for the
winter months, warm and comfortable rooms
on the first and second floors, for the
which department will receive particular
attention. G. U. GOODMAN,
Goodtpan.s jet & Ousto.N001).
Marietta, September 15,-1366.-tf.
. For Winter!
CCo A L reduced to nearly the standard of
former years--FOR. CASH. — A well se
lected stock of
2,4 if ito MI Po., shoNakin & 1.11111e1.561117
'4A lUD AL. 311._. •
lap-A lot of Fine Coal at $4 delivered.
T' UL PRINTING of, every desariptioh exJ
eeuted- with eestneee and dispatch. 14 th e
0 thee. at The hiariettian.
A iitanice,
c- f=ate p• - t " - 7ti , fn e'
aoaq's /4.011's Book fo 1867.
rho 1:4$111011 YAgozine of t( 111011).
Literatuie, Fine Arts and Fashions. The
most magnificent steel engravings. Double
Fashion-Plates.` Wood engravings on every
subject that can interest ladies. Crochet
knitting, Netting, Embroidery, Articles for
the Toilet, for the Parlor, the Boudoir, and
the Kitchen. Everything, in fact, to make a
complete'Lady's Book.
The Ladies Favorite for 37 Years,
No Magazine has been able to compete with it!
None attempt it.
aoDeis ileuipts
for every department of a household. These
alone are worth the price of the book.
Model Cottages (no other Magazine gives
them,) with Diagrams.
Drawing Lessons for the young. Another
speciality with Godey.
Original Music, worth $3 a year. Other
Magazines publish old worn-out Music ; but
the subscribers to Godey get it before the mu
sic stores.
Gardening for Ladies. Another peculiarity
with Godey.
Fashions from Messrs. A. T. Stewart & Co.
of New York, the millionaire merchants, ap
pear in Grodey, the only magazine that has
Ladies' Bonnets. We give more ofthem in
a year than any other Magazine. In fact,
the Lady's Book enables every lady to be her
own bonnet maker.
Authoress of "Alone," " Hidden Path,"
46 Moss Slide," " Nemesis," and " Miriam,"
writes for Godey each Month, and for no oth
er Magazine. A new novel by her will be
published in 1867. We have also retained
all our old and favourite contributors.
Godey's Lady's Book for 1867
(Front which there can be no deviation.)
The following are the terms of *the Lady's
Book for 1867 :--
One copy, one year,
Two copies, one year,
Three copies, one year,
Four copies, one year,
Five copies, one year, and an extra
copy to the person getting up the club,
making six copies, 14,00
Eight copies, one year, and an extra
copy to the person getting up the club,
making nine copies, 21,00
Eleven copies, one year, and an extra
copy to the person getting up the club,
making twelve copies, 27,50
OCT All additions to clubs at club rates.
la- Club subscribers will be sent to any P.
Office where the subscriber may reside.
Godey's Lady's Book and Arthur's
Home Magazine will be sent, each one year,
on receipt of $4,50.
la- We have no club with any other mag
azine or newspaper.
Irp- The money must all be sent at one
time for any of the clubs.
Lk' Canada subscribers must send 24 cents
additional for each subscriber.
Address L. A. GODEY,
.11T. E. corner Sixth and Chestnut Streets,
- -
or, Washington at 30 years old, 26x34
The escape of Alaster McDonald
from the Massacre of Glencoe, 26x34
The Madouua, 26x34
They have deemed expedient to otter thent
to their friends and the public, at OISE DOLLAR
AND FIFTY CENTS each, the price heretofore
having been $2 each, and for the purpose of
stimulating the getting up of clubs, they have
determined to award premiums to the getters
up of the clubs, and in addition thereto to dis
tribute amongst the subscribers the sum of
in money and paintings, as soon as the sale
shall have reached 1.00,000 engravings. As it
it is our intention to advertise very extensively,
and as the engravings are very well known
throughout the whole country, we have no
doubt that with the low price we charge for
them and with the exertion which will be set
forth by our numerous friends, the number will
be reached in a very short time. As soon as
it is reached, the subscribers, through their club
Agents, will be notified by a circular letter
from us, naming the time and method of dis
Ca - u - LID
Single Engraving $1.50 each—by mail, free.
For $l5 we will send 13 Eng. and 2 to the
Club Agent.
For $2O we will send 15 Eng. and 1 to the
Club Agents.
For $25 we will send 20 Eng. and 5 to the
Club Agents.
For $3O we will send 25 Eng. and 6 to the
Club Agent.
For $35 we will send 30 Eng. and 7 to the
Club Agent.
For $5O we will send 50 Eng and a Silver
For $75 we will send 80 Eng. and a Silver
For 100 we will send 110 Eng. and a Hunting
The Club packages will be very securely
packed and forwarded by Express.
Any person may get up clubs and forward
the amount "either by Express, Sight draft,
Post flffice order or in a registered letter, Sind
in all cases the engravings will be immediately
sent, and for each engraving a numbered Cer
tificate and receipt will be enclosed in the
C. U. D. ORDERS.---Persons wishing to
send for Engravings and pay the Express Co.
when they are received, will be required to
send with their order $2 to $5, according to its
amount, and this will be credited on their bill.
List of Prerainms
To be distributed,
One of $lO,OOO in money $lO,OOO
" 5,000 " 5,000
Five of 1,000 " 5,000
Ten of 500 " 5,000
Fifty of 100 5,000
One hundred elegant Oil Paintings. richly
framed, Landscapes,-at $lOO each, 10,000
Two hundred elegant Oil painftngs, rich
ly framed, Interior Views, at $5ll each 10,000
The American Artists' - Union would add
that these premiums are to be considered only
in the light of a free gift td their patrons, as
the engravings are furnished them below their
market value, and as the cost of engravings,
after the plates are procured, is very trifling,
they can easily afford to make the distribution
large as it is.
We trust that our numerous friends through
out the country and Canadas will' use their
utmost exertions, so that if possible, the dis
tribution may be made 40013, and it can be
done if they are at all active. Ladies have
often made excellent Club Agents for us, and
we solicit their kind eff9rts, which will not go
unrewarded. 'Let one or more energetic per
sons in every town and village in the country
commence as soon as the3r.see..this, and get up
as large a club as possible. "Brio doing they
will be the means of introducing - elegant en
gravings intilamiliee, and thus aidln cultiva
ting a taste for the beautiful and refined.
Address orders
14-3min..l 25 Pine St. New York.
NEW • Patent clasp pock
et bootie, no gum bands to renew; idaßts
to any 'condition of the Anse*,
Wi - Jatta - r
Have just been operied by
Eo. 66 111010 sfireet, Varie,tia, TR.
Embracing full lines of Ladies Fashionable
Dress goods, desirable plain styles Dress goods,
Sacking and Cloaking Cloths, Stella, Thibit
and Plaid Shawls, Salmorale and Spring Skirts
in all sizes, Calicos, Ginghams, Muslims
,Case and Shirting Muslims, Checks, Sheet
ing, Tickings, Osnabiargs, Chambrys, Diapers,
Counterpanes, Coverlids, Blankets, Crash, &c.
010i113 00$111)eheS & Deeirtg,
Hats, Caps, Shirts and Drawers.
Wall Papers, Window Minds, Carpets, Carpet
Chain, Floor and Table Oil Cloths, &c.
Full setts Iron stone and Granite Queensware,
a variety of Glassware.. Groceries of all
kinds, Sugars, Syrups, Coffees, Teas,
Fish, Cheese, Rice, &c., &a.; &c.
The, bulk of our goods have , been bought in
packages from the manufacturers, at the low
est cash prices; we are, therefore, offering
great bargains; o purchasers. An early call is
elicited. . .
- - - - •
Having . selected our stock out of a lot of
o de imported since the decline in gold, al
]s us to offer goods below New York and
Philadelphia retail prices.
Consists rf choice styles of embroidered Mo
hair, in plain Colors, silk plaid Mohair, French
and Scotch wool plaids,
English and French
merinos, figured and plain delaines, all styles
of American DeLaines, and a full stock of la
dies wear generally.
English, French and Domestic cloths; Car
simeres and veatings in great variety; S eaver
cloths for Overcoating ; undershirts and draw
ers ; hats and caps, &c., &c., &c.,
Rouse furnishing goods of all kinds; flan
nels from 35 cents to $1 per yard; large lot of
bleached and unbleached Muslins, Dills and
Cotton flannels. Glass and Queensware ;
floor and table oil cloths ; Groceries of all
kinds; Salt and Fish, all selling at correspond
ingly low prices. Call and examine for your
Marietta, Sept. 29. 1866.
invite the attention of persons m want of
to their large and cheap stock, recently pur
chased in New York and Philadelphia. Full
line French Merinoes, plain and figured wool
DeLaines, Poplins, Reps, Cashmeres, Scotch
Plaids, Plain Medoras.
Balmorals, hoop skirts, handkerchiefs, collars,
&c., &c. Mullins at 124- cents and Upwards;
Prints at 121 cents and upwards; Cotton flan
nels, 25 cents and up ; Gingham. 22 cents and
np ; Woolen Flannels, 40 cents and up ; Ticks
and Cbecks at various prices.
Full line black French cloths, Deakin and
Fanc3 Cassimeres, English and French suitings
of the latest designs, Sattinetts, Jeans, Tweeds
Neck ties,gloves, &c.
In this establishment will always be found
a choice lot of Teas, Coffees, Sugars and Syr
ups. Having purchased our stock via CASH
enables us to offer bargains to purchasers.
13 — An early call is solicited. .
Marietta, Sept. 29, 1866.
Laundries, and thousanda of Families
It gives a beautiful polish, making the iron
pass smoothly over the cloth, saving much time
and labor. Goods done up with it keepclean
much longer, consoeuently will not wear out
so soon. It makes Old , Linen look like New!
our iii)petiqi BILI 6 i$ - 11)e, best in 1 . 1)e, 1)301"1
It is soluble in bard as well as soft water
It is put up in the safest, neatest and most con
venient form of any otrered` to the public.
It is warranted not to streak the clothes.
Agents wanted everywhere, to whom we offer
extraordinary inducements. Address,
No. 218 Fulton-at., New-York.
October 20, 1866.-3m.1
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At F. J. Kramph's Old Stand, on the Cor
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
CA_ It AT E y UL to the Citizens of Marietta
Ijr and vicinity, for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended, the undersigned respect
fully solicits a continuance of the same; as
suring them, that under all circumstances, no
efforts wilibe spared in rendering a satisfactory
equivalent for every act of confidence reposed.
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
and such articles as usually belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing...establishment.
Late of the Borough of Marietta, Deed
Letters of administration on said estate hav
ing been granted to 'the undersigned, all per
sons indebted thereto are requested to make
immediate settlement, and those having claims
or demands against the same will present them
without delay for settlement to the undersign
d, residing in said Borough of Marietta.
Marietta, October 20, 1866.-6t]
The undersigned ' would respectfully an
nounce to his old friends and the public
generally, that he continues the'above business
in Ell its various branches •
Especial attention paid to plain and fancy
paperhanging, China glossing, Frosting and
Enamelling Glass, Graining of all kinds, Sm.
Thankful for past favors, would ask a con
tinuance of the same. Residence a few - doors
west of the Town Hall, on Walnut street.
Marietta, Nov. 25, .1265.—1 y:
Another arrival of those incomparable Gee
Burning Parlor' Stove& • Also,
Call and see them at J. SPANOLER'S.
TT RANT STANDS, .Meat Steno Wipe
jr‘ • Kegs, Biekete and eed;irtvviite
generally,,constant l 37 on head44i . u.
pOOR IiATTE6,. ,
JOHN . ~,E ieellent sq
ua) ""I' '
SPANI'Pa.'S it G ' • •---"••''t
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simericani Watches,
Made at WALTHAM, Mass.
In consequence of the recent great improve
ments in our facilities for manufacturing wu
have reduced our prices to •as low a point a..•
they CEO be placed WITH GOLD AT PAR, s('
that no one need hesitate to bay a watch now
from the expectation that it will be cheaper at
some future time. The test of ten years and
the manufacture and sale of more than
200,000 WATCHES,
has given our productions the very highest
rank among time keepers. Commencing with
the determination to make only thoroughly ex
cellent watches, our business has steadily in
creased as the public became acquainted with
their value, until for months together, we have
been unable to supply the demand. We have
repeatedly enlarged our factory buildings un
til they now cover three acres of ground, and
give accommodation to more than 800 men.
We are fully justified in saying that we now
make more than one-half of all the Watches
sold in the United States. The different grades
are distinguished by the following trade marks
on the plate:
-"American Watch Co." Waltham, Mass.
-"Appleton,Tracy & Co." Waltham, Mass.
-" P. S. Bartlett," Waltham, Mass.
--" Wm. Ellery."
—Ova LADIES' WATCH of first quality is
named "Appleton, Tracy & Co," Walt
ham, Massachusetts.
6.—Our next quality of Ladies' Watch is na
med P. S. Bartlett," Waltham, Mass.
These watches are furnished in a great va
riety of sizes and styles of eases.
The American Watch Co., of Waltham,
Mass., authorize us to state that without dis
tinction of trade-marks or price,
All the products of their factory are fully war
to be the best time keepers of their class ever
made in this or any other country. Buyers
should remember that unlike the guarrantec
of a foreign maker who can never be reached,
this guarantee is good at all times against the
company or their agents, and if, after the most
thorough trial, any watch should prove defec
tive in any particular, it may be always be
exchanged for another. As the American
Watches made at Waltham, are for sale by
dealers generally throughout the country, we
do not solicit orders for single watches.
CAUTION.—The public are cautioned to buy
only of respectable dealers. All persons sell
ing counterfeits will be prosecuted.
Robbins & Appleton,
Agents for the American Watch Co..
Oct. 20.1ns] 182 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Latest Fashions Demand
igiatil_eg:a cdelutated
Patent Duplex Elliptic
19 INC. AC 31r1L. r - JC -1 a.
IHE Wonderful flexibility and great com
i fort and pleasure to any 1, dy wearing the
Duplex Elliptic Skirt will be experienced par
ticularly 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 occupy
small place as easily and conveniently as a
silk or muslin dress, an invaluable quality in
crinoline not found in any single spring skirt.
A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort
and great convenience of wearing the Duplex
Elliptic steel spring skirt for a single day, will
never afterwards willingly dispense with their
use. For children, misses, and young ladies
they are superior to all others.
They will not bend col break like the Single
Spring, but will preserve their porfect and
grace shape when three or four ordinary skirts
will have been thrown aside as useless. The
hoops tare covered with double and twisted
thread, and the bottom rods are not only double
springs, but twice (or double) covered ; pre
-1 venting them from wearing out %%hen dragging
down steps, stairs, &c.
The Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite with
all ladies and is universally recommended by
the Fashion Magazines as the standard skirt of
the fashionable world.
To enjoy the following inestimable advanta
ges in crinoline, viz: superior quality, perfect
manufacture, stylish shape and finish, flexibil
itY, durability, comfort and economy, enquire
for .1. IV. BRADLEY'S Duplex Elliptic or
Double Spring Skirt, and be sure you get the
genuine article.
CAUTION :—To guard against imposition be
particular to notice that skirts offeted as "Do-
FLEX" have the red ink stamp, viz : J. W.
Bradley's Duplex Elliptic Steel Springs," upon
the waistband—none others are genuine. Also
notice that every hoop will admit a pin being
passed through the centre, thus revealing the
two (or double) springs braided together there
in, which is the secret of their flexibility and
strength, and a combination not to be found in
any other Skirt.
For sale in all stores where first class
skirts are sold, throughout the United States
and elsewhere. Manufactured by the sole
owneis of the patent,
Weals, Bradley & Cary,
No. 97 Chambers and 79 & 81 Reade-ate,
October 20, 1866.-3 m j
No. 707 Broadway, New-York
ln addition to our Photographic Art Gallery,
Established in 1890,
We have, for the last five years, had advanta
ges superior to any other establishment in
obtaining sittings from life, of all the
prominent celebrities of the day
in Card Portraits and are
now publishing a cata
logue of over
2;00 Subjects, Ameriean and Foreign,
also, a large list of copies of Works of Art and
Such as the. Right Rev. Bishops of the Episco -
pal Church; the Catholic Clergy, and the
• Clergy of all denominations; all prom
einent officers of the Army & Navy;
Actors and Actresses ; Foreign
celebrities; copies of Stat.
• nary, male and female.
. lta•Catalogues sent on receipt of stamp.
An order for one dozen of Pictures fi orn our
Catalogue, will be filled at $1:80, and sent by
mail par.E. Single Pictures, 25 cents each;
Copies of Engravings 15 cents each.
N. B. We also desire to call attention to
the advantage we have for re-producing, or
copying old Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes,
Card Pictures, &c., of deceased relatives and
friends, enlarging them to any size and finish
ing in Oil, Water Colors or India Ink, with
Parties desiring copies should, therefore, cor
respond with us direct.
The trade supplied at a liberal discount.
Utcalltrp oprit for jut bur:Wm,
Strabgeris visiting the city, will find our galle
ry one of the most agreeable places in the city,
wherein to'whide away an hour.
Ogroeg & s*-itthogapheN,
• i - Ali NE&T 0 q R's Nonpareil Chemical
Writior, ,E!uin. noW.. needy and for sale
y • - -' ' - • JOHN SPANGLER,
Gerc7e,l Agi : t.
707 Broadway, N. Y