Newspaper Page Text
Of goad aritfilan.
Wobeipbeir 17, 1866
Zme:dcrning Passenger train for Lan
000 Philadelphia will leave the upper
0101 12 minutes after 8 o'clock. Tke
:Izl train go ing westward will pass upper
00 at 10 minutes Wore ONE o'clock, NOON.
• Harrisburg accommodation train eastward
; `'' F and
at 26 minutes after 5 o'clock, in the
~Inoon and returning arrive here at 93
;;urea after 6 o'clock in the evening,
ma n about , 50 years of age, was
Ql od dead in a field, adjoining the river
are, near Haldeman's Lime Kilns,
several miles wes of this place, on Fri.
;5) , evening last, t
by two young men,
Paris ti, Peck and William Pfilby, who
were setting snares. From the appear
of the body, the young men think
;arosld not bare been lng dea, bu
115 t he wee " literally alive " with ver t
6 0 , We did not hear whether an in
test was bold or not.
g Seurat pun men, students at
yr Jlexwell's academy, made arrange.
geptS to "sit•op" on Wednesday night,
55 d thos have a fair sight of the meteor
.ohower "from first to last," but re
pored it the morning a " good time
greasily " of their night's carnival, but
Otero, Some of the boarders at,
llouseare hotel made arrangements
with the eight operator of the telegraph,
10 foriously ring the dinner bell " all
trough the house when the shower com
flexed. The rest of the boarders was
rot disturbed :
0. We are glad to chronicle some
.prit of improvement in our 'midst; we
tad lir. Patterson has just bad a new
oat of paint put on the front of his fine
residence, on NI arket street, and Mr. J.
liar,at the "lower end," has had the
f;osta of a couple of his tenant houses
treated likewise. Now is the season for
oot•door painting and we hope many of
aurtitizens will follow this example.
gibe Methodist congregation of
0!s place have had a very enceessful re.
rival—this being the third week. Many
of both sexes having embraced religion.
f ir Blank Leases, and " Notices to
used by property owners on the
t%.1 of Japuury, printed and for sale at
tr A medium sized Radiating Gas
iisruer Stove—au excellent Parlor stove
-goal as new, for sale cheap. Inquire
fr Mrs. Roth, on Market street, has
pit received a fresh lot of beautiful and
G:hi'oable notions, etc. Call and . see
vbat ie now fashionable.
fir The First National Hank of Ma
rotta declared (on Nov. 14 ) a semi
anal dividend of five percent. piyable
ur The garietta and Maytown turn
;,tie road company has just declared a
or $2 50 per share, which is
w i aal to tun per cent. This road is in
^,ta condition, under its present manage-
fir Haldeman, of Colton bia, advertises
olarge lut anew goods and fore. Read
altertisement in another column. Being
toe of the oldest, as well as one of the
urgent establishments of the kind in the
county, has always been a favorite with
atni buyers from this vicinity.
If They have had Donovan on trial
dutiog this week, at York, and from the
evidence we have seen, his case looks
Teti suspiciou3. It will be remembered
Ile he is charged with having murdered
the Squibb family near Wrightsville,
tom e time since.
ir The Carter property, at the west
iod of Market street, is for sale. • This
Very neat cosy cottage and with a
"Re Outlay conl4 be made one of the
moat desirable residences in the borough.
Read the advertisement in another coi
Or Henry E Wolfe, Contractor, is
h °'•s putting down the rails on the part
°f the work graded on the Columbia
l ad Port Deposit Railroad. large
kr aa of awn are at work at the terminus
°f the road at Port Deposit, under the
ol periatendance of Robert Crane, of
r-‘alumbia. All the work will soon he
Pat !Hider contract.
fir henry W. Shultz has been ap-
Noted Post Master of Columbia, in
Place of Mrs. Mary J. Fry, who is re
°/sved for so other cause than that of
er on—vrho was a soldier in the Union
N — voting the Republican ticket ;
I , °d who could not be induced to change
' l5 political sentiments in favor of " My
P o h ey. "
it Jacob B. Tshud
TUIIMPIES OFFICERS :—The • following
are the newly elected officers of several
turnpike companies in this county :
Marietta and Mount 'Joy turnpike.--
J. E. Brill:All, President ; J. G. Hcern
er, A. H. Musselman, Paris Haldeman,
Samuel C. Hiestand, David Engle, Di
rectors. S. P. Sterrett, Secretary and
Marietta and Maytown turnpike.
Jolla Hollinger, President ; Henry M.
Engle, John Musser, Henry S. Masser,
Barr Spangler, B. F. Hiestand, Direct,-
ors. U. 0. P. Grosh, Secretary and
Lancaster and Litiz turnpike.—Henry
61-. Long, President; Jacob B. Tahady,
Treasurer ; George B. Shober, George
T. liiireider, Lightner Sharp, David Leb.
kicher, Jacob Minnich, Emanuel Keller,
Columbia and Marietta turnpike.—
Samuel Shoch, President; Joseph F.
Cottrel, Treasurer ; John Cooper, James
Myers, Henry Hinkle, Samuel Mussel
man, George W. Mehaffey.
Columbia and Chestnut Hill turnpike.—
George Bogle, President; Joseph F.
Cottrel, Treasurer ; Samuel Shoch,
Henry Copeuheffer, Jacob K. Hershey,
Michael Musselman, John K. Smith.
On the 14th inst., at the residence * of the bride's
mother, by Rev. Wrn. A. Fleming, MR.
%VILLIAM A. FLURY, of Wrightsville, to
Miss CLARACE MA LUNY, of this borough.
On the 16th inst., by Jchn Auxer, Esquire,
MR. SAMUEL STAPE, of Maytown, to MISS
HARRIET SICKLE, of Newtown.
DR. SCHENCK'S PULKONIC SYRUP. This
great medicine cured Dr. J. H. Schenck, the
proprietor of Pulmonary Consumption, when
it had assumed its most formidable aspect, and
when speedy death appeared to be inevitable.
His physicians pronounced his case incurable,
when he commenced the use of this simple
but powerful remedy. His health was re
stored in a very short time, and no return of
the disease has been apprehended, for all the
symptoms quickly disappeared, and his present
weight is more than two hundred pounds.
Since his recovery, be has devoted his at
tention exclusively to the cure of Consumption
and the diseases which are usually complicat
ed with it, and the cures effected by his medi
cines have been very numerous and truly
wonderful. Dr. Schenck makes professional
visits to several of the larger cities weekly,
where he has a large concourse of patients,
and it is truly astmashing to see pour consump
tives that have to be lifted out of their car
riages, and in a few months, healthy, robust
persons. Dr. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup. Sea
weed Tonic and Mandrake Pills are generally
all required in curing Consumption. Full di
rections accompany each, so that any one can
take them without seeing Dr. Schenck, hut
when it is convenient it is best to see him.
He gives advice free, but for a thorough ex
amination with his Respirometer his fce is
Please observe, when purchasing, that the
two likenesses of the Doctor—one when in the
last stage of Consumption, and the other as he
now is, in petfect health—arc on the Govern
Sold by al/ druggists and dealers. Price
$1.50 per bottle, or $7.50 the half dozen. Let
ters for advice should always be directed to
Dr. Schenck's Principal Office, No. 15 North
6th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
General Wholesale Agents: Dennis Barnes,
& Co., N. Y.; 8. S. Dance, Baltimore, Md. ;
J. D. Park, Cincinnati, O.; Walker is Taylor,
Chicago, 111. ; Collins, Brs., St. Louis, Mo. [3
Jar A 12.00C108 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 akin and general circulation, thus, in many
cases, positively evaporating the disease.
JA 31 ES LULL, 24. D.
There is nothing equal, in the way of a plas
ter, to the Porous Plaster of Mr. Alicock.
Everything is pleasant about them. They are
the plaster of the day, and a fit type of our pre
sent advancement ir science and art. In asth
ma, cough, kidney affections, gout, rheumatism
and local, deep-seated pains, they afford per
manent relief. J. F. JOH 24119 N, 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 then* A. INGRAHAM, M D.,
Editor New-York Mentor.
Agency, " Brandreth House," New York.
Sold by all druggists.
MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY.—An essay of
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, Da. J. SKILLIN Houcx-
Tort, Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth
Street, Pniladelphia, Pa. [ july 1,'66-Iy.
A Pleasant Home For Sale.
Otte. c astel O'Fafrestg_.
The Carter propefty, situated on the west
end of Market street, in the Borough of Mari
etta, two doors east of the residence of James
Duffy, es 9., is offered at private sale.
It consists of THR KC LOTS of GROUND ,
upon which are erected a
Two Story Frame ihrollbg House,
at present occupied by two families; also, a .
Stable and convenient out-buildings., It con
tains a large variety of choice fruit trees, all in
bearing. The property commands a splendid
view, and is, altogether, one of the most:de
sirable residences in the Borough.
For terms of sale apply to
F. L. BAKER. '
November 17, 1866.-tf.
one of the lead
FIRE? NATIONAL BANK OF MARIETTA, PA. t
November 14 1866.
jIIE Directors of this Bank have declartd
a semi-annual DIVIDEND of FIVE per
cent on the Capital Stock, out of the profits
of the last six months, payable to Stockhiilders
on demsnd:—clear of taxes.
Marietta Nov. 17, -2t Cashier.
TO LANDT,OII:OB I- Just received , Scotch
and Bich WIIISKIES, warrso
to' be pure, et .g. r. Benjamear;': ,
HAVE NOW OPENED
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
For Ladies, Misses and Children !
No Furs from Last Suason
DAILY ARRIVALS OF
New Bargains and New Attractions
1 - 1 I.S WEEK_
gxeitlsibe 54es ill otti. 01.0111; WET.
BIG BARGAINS IN FRESH, BLANKETS.
Broohe Shawls from late sales in
NEW YORK. &c., &c.
A? HALDEMAN'S COLUMBIA, PA.
Columbia, November 17, 1866.-Im. -
ki Old Established
01 N . at, (Cap gar yore,
NO. 20 NORTH QUEEN STREET, ER
UTE woud respectfully announce that our
Vy -styles for the Fall and Winter of 1866,
are now ready, consisting of
Gentlemen's Dress Silk, Cassimere, Plain and
Brush, Fur and V` 001, or Cassimerett,
Stiff Cassimere, Soft and Steel exten
aed Brims, and Flexible Self-ad
justing and D'Oraay Brim
MAK AIL r - Jir •
In new, novel and beautiful designs, and at
such prices as to make it an inducement for
all to purcha.e.
Cur stock of Caps comprises all the newest
styles for Men, Boys and Children's Fall and
Winter wear. Our motto is,
"Equality to all."
The lowest selling price marked in figures on
each article, and never varied from, at
SHULTZ & BROTHER'S,
Hat : Cap and Fur Store,
No. 20 North queen -at.. Lancaster.
ila" All kinds of Shipping Furs bought and
the highest Cash prices paid.
MARIETTA TOWN LOT AT
ON FATILitDA. Y,NOVEIVIBER 24,1566
The undersigned administrator of John Me
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 Sec nd 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 in depth to a
public alley 203 feet.
Sale to commence at 7 o'clock in the evening
of the above named day.
TERMS : Cash on the first day of April 1867
except one-third of the amount remaining af
ter payment of debts and expenses, which
shall remain charged upon said lot.
Marietta, Nov. 3d.-ts.
ti l t Opposite the Buttonwood Tree.
HERTZLER Ft GUION,
[ SUCCESSORS TO JOHN HERTZLER,]
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN WINES AND
I_2I4QT_TCD I-1 ... -- ,
No. ni _Market Street,
HARRY HERTZLER.] [CEO. A. GUION
_Nishler's .Herb Bitters for sale
VC7 - _ Jolia:LEto3a.,
Spirits Turpentine, Naptha, Benzine
Burning Oil, Mineral Paint Oil,
Machinery Oils of all kinds,
' All orders promptly attended to.
No. 122 NORTH FOURTH-ST.,
kvir_Lcut and Our-ae.ctri,
1 - 1 AS located permanently in Columbia,
r - 1 and offers his professional services to
the citizens of that place.
He may be round at his office, at the resi
dence of Benjamin Haldeman, on Locust-st.,
every day from S to 10 a. m., and 7 to 8 p. m.
Persona wishing his services in special cases,
between these hours, will leave word by note
at his office, or through the post office.
- - -
am now in the receipt of the best of Oysters
which will be served up in the usual vede
ttes of styles. I will have fitted up for the
winter months, warm and comfortable rooms
on the first and second floors, for the
ACCOMMODATION OF THE LADIES,
which department will receive particular
attention. G. U. GOODMAN,
Gooblim's iee ereah) & Uusfeh atooq.
Marietta, September 1.5 3 IS6ti.-tf.
OA IC . 1'
CO A L reduced to nearly the standard of
- former years—FOß CASH. A well se
lected stock of
Bqiiitiphe eo., & Yitiehsbqhg
CVO 3E4 •
0:1 - .A. lot of Fine Coal at $4 delivered.
C. A. S'CLIAFFNER
Estate of George W. Stahl, lat r e of the
Borough of Marietta, deceased.
Letters of Administration on said estate have
been granted to the undersigned, all . per
sons indebted thereto are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims
or demands against the same will present them
without delay for settlement to the undersigned.
JACOB STA HL,
residing in the - Borough of Marietta.
CONR AD ZEIGLER,
residing in East Donegal township.
Marietta. Nov. 10, 1866-6 t.
JTDB PRINTING of every description ex
eented with neatness and dispatch at the
Odic° of The Mariettian.
PIC EBOXES,.intgar boxes, fruit jars, win
° dow blinds, looking Masses,at
JOHN SPNGLER'S. :
BASS penal* lined preserving 'jades,
cheap, at 7011 N SPANGLER'S.
rip RAIL SHIRTS.--Go.• to- . kliq. RoTtrs
IL cad we item.
Reduction in price of the
Made at . }VAL TEAM; Mass.
In consequence of the recent great improve
ments in our facilities for manufacturing we
have reduced our prices to as low a point as
they cat be placed WITH GOLD AT PAB, BO
that no one need hesitate to buy 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
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.
. 6, Wm. Ellery."
OUR LADIES' WATCH of first quality is
named "Appleton, Tracy & Co," Walt
6.—Our next quality of Ladies' Watch is na
med " P. S. Bartlett," Waltham, Mass.
These watches are furnished in a great va
riety at sizes and styles of oases.
The American Watch Co., of Waltham,
Mass., authorize us to state that without dis:
tinction of trade-marks or price,
AU 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 guarrantee
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.
Caps I I
Robbins & Appleton,
Agents for the American Watch Co..
Oct. 20- ltn] 182 BROADWAY, N. Y
AMFRICAN ARTISTS' UNION!
AMERICAN ARTISTS' UNION!! •
AMERICAN ARTISTS UNION!!!
The American Artists' Union [established
1554] announce that in order to extend the
sale of the following well•known and highly
Popular Steel Plate ENGRAVINGS:
Departure of the Pilgnm Fathers -
for America, - - - 27x36
Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers, 27x36
The Last Supper, 26x42
Fallstaff Mustering his Recruits, 25x30
Skakspeare and his Friends, 27x31
Cotter's Saturday Night, 23x28
Village - Blacksmith, , 27x32
Manifest Destiny, [Fottune Telling] 21x28
The Massacre of Wyoming in 1776, -28x36
Mount Vernon in the olden-time,
or, Washington at 30 years old, 26x34
The escape of Master McDonald
from the Massacre of Glencoe, 26x34
The Madonna, 26x34
They have deemed expedient to offer them
to their friends and the public, at ORE 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
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
in money and paintings, as soon as the sale
shall have reached 100,000 engravings. As it
it is our intention toAdvertise 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
tribution. . .
Single Engraving $1.50 each—by mail, free.
For $l5 we will send 13 Eng. and 2 to the
For $2O we will send 15 Eng. and 1 to the
For $25 we will send 20 Eng. and 5 to the
For $3O we AR ill send 25 Eng. and 6 to the
For $35 we will send 30 Eng. and 7 to the
For $5O we will send 50 Eng and a Silver
For $75 we will mid 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 Me order or in a registered letter, and
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. 1). 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 PREMIUMS TO BE DISTRIBUTED.
One of $lO,OOO in money $1 5 0,000
" 5,000 " ,000
Five of 1,000 " 5,000
Ten of 500 " 6,000
Fifty of 100 64 0,000
One hundred elegant Oil Paintings. richly
framed, - Landscapes3 at $lOO each, 10,000
Two hundred elegant Oil paintings, rich
ly framed, Interior Views, at $5O each 1.0,000
The American Artists' Union would add
that these premiums are to be considered only
in the light of a free gift to 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 ournumerous friends through
out the country and Canadas will use their
utmost exertions, so that if possible, the die
tribution,may be made soon, 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-efforts, which will not go
unrewarded. Let one or more energetic per
sons in every town and village in the country
commence as soon as they epee this, and get up
as large's club as possible. By so doing they
willbethe means of introducing elegant en
gravings Into families, and thus aidln cultiva
ting a taste for the beautiful and rafineli. , A
Address orders ' • `
SEC' Y AMERICAN ARTISTS' . - UNION,
14.-3 min. , 25 Pine St., New' York.
OMETHING ••NEWI •;Patent clasp pock
et booke,"no" turn band's to renew, adapte I
to any - condition of ttle - finance, at -
A LL kir& of }Thanks printed andfor ea!fi
at %THY'S' OFFICE.
N EW WINTER GOODS
AT GABLE l STRICKLER'S,
MA RE ET STREI, MARIETTA, PA.,
LOW for CASH !
Having selected our stock out of a lot of
goods imported since the decline in gold, al
lows us to offer goods below New Yerk and
Philadelphia retail prices.
OUR LADIES DEPARTMENT
Consists of choice styles of embroidered Mo
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.
MEN AND BOY'S WEAR.
English, French and Domestic cloths; Car
simeres and vestmgs in great variety ; eaver
cloths for Overcoating ; undershirts and draw
ers.; hats and caps, &c., &c., &c.,
House furnishing goods of all kinds; flan
nelsfrom 35 cents to $1 per yard ; large lot of
bleached and unbleached Muslins, Dills and
Cotten flannels. Glass and. Queensware ;
floor and table oil cloths ; Groceries of all
kinds ; Salt and Fish, all selling at con espond
in gly low prices. Call and examine for your
Marietta, Sept. 29. 1866.
F ALL & WINTER GOODS
A LARGE AND WELL
DIVERSIFIED STOCK OF FALL AND
Have just been opened by
SPANGLER & RICH,
Tio. 66 Yo l of SlNef, Yqiieffa, ?a.
Embracing ftal lines of Ladies Fashionable
Dress goods, desirable plain styles Dress goods,
Sacking and Cloaking Cloths, Stella, Thibit
and Plaid Shawls, Balmorals and Spring Skirts
in all sizes, Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins, Pil
low Case and Shirting Muslins, Checks, Sheet
ing, Tickings, Osnaburgs, Chambrys, Diapers,
Counterpanes, Coverlids, Blankets, Crash, &c.
MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR.
• MAIM egSaiti)etes 8e esf i ~~g,
Hats, Caps, Shirts and Drawers. ,
Wall Papers, Window Blinds, 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., &c., &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 to purchasers. An early call is
N EW YOKE
AND PHILADELPHIA !
BOWERS 4- STEACY,
MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PA
invite the attention of persona in want of
to their large and cheap stock, recently pur
chased in New York and Philadelphia. Full
line French Merinoes, plain and figured wool
De Laines, Poplins, Reps, Cashmeres, Scotch
Plaids, Plain Medoras.
LADIES CLOAKING CLOTHS,
Balmorals, hoop skirts, handkerchiefs, collars,
&c.,lins at 124 cents and upwards;
Prints at 12 1 1 cents and upwards; Cotton flan
nels, 25 cents and up ; Ginghams. 22 cents and
np ; Woolen Flannels, 40 cents and up ; Ticks
and Checks at various prices.
MEN AND BOY'S WEAR
Full line black French cloths, Doeskin and
Fanc) 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 purctiased our stock Fon CASH
enables us to offer bargains to purchasers.
$1:3" . An early call is solicited.
Marietta, Sept.-29, 1866.
OUR STARCH GLOSS
TB THE ONLY ARTICLE
USED BY FIRST CLASS HOTELS,
Laundries, and thousands of Families
It gives a beautiful polish, making the iron
pass smoothly over the cloth. saving much time
and labor. Cootie done up with it keep clean
much longer , constieuently will not wear out
so soon. It makes Old Linen look like New!
Ouh iinpehint Bine is:tile be 4 iq fl a WM.@
It is soluble in bard as well as soft water
It is put up in the safest, neatest and most con
cement form of any offered to the public.
It is warranted not to streak the clothes,
Agents wanted everywhere, to whom we offer
extraordinary inducements. Address,
NEW-YORK STARCH GLOSS CO.,
No. 218 Fulton-st., New-York.
October 20, 1866.-31n.1
S. S. RATLIVON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At F. J. Kramph's Old Stand, on the Coy
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
GRATEVU 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 under all circumstances, no
efforts will be spared in rendering a satisfactory
equivalent for every act of confidence reposed.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES A N D VESTINGS, 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 Gooods
and such articles as usually belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
ADX.VITILLCOX Br. GIBBS
V V NOISELESS
The most simple, complete and easily:Man
sged Sewing Machine now in use. It does
every description of work—never stops at or
needs to be helped over seams, but does all
ita.work rapidly and well. The needle re
quires no adjustment—you cannot get it in
wrong—it makes any width of hem you wish
—does braiding beautifully. The Braider is
in the foot of every machine and part of it,
an d i s a lways 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.
KRAUT STANDS, Meat Stamm, Wine
Kegs, Tubs, Blankets and Cedar-wale
generally, constantly on hand at
p°rouß. H. LANDIS is the sole agent for the
Sale of MISHLER'S BITTERS, in the
e' of Marietta. For sale at the
COAL HODS, Coal Salves, Coal Shovels
P. kers, Stove Grates, Cylinders and Li.
rungs of diferent kinds, kept on hand at
ROGER'S oeleniared Pearl Cement and
Oil Nate Blacking at
" THE GOLDEN MORTAR. •
Excellent gualitr, cheap
l'? " JOHN SELINGL-WS
Ci il Teil_RßH!
Wily SUFFER WITH
THIS 131-MGEROUS AM] LOATESOIIIE.
WHEN IT CAN BE CURED AND
Entirely eradicated from the system by the
LIQUID CATARRH REMEDY
CATARRH:Ii WILL SURELY RESULT IN
UNLESS CHECKED IN ITS INCIPIEN
IT NEVER FAILS!
Cur. warranted if direettrms are followed,
SINGLE BOTTLES WILL LAST A MONTH
COLD IN THE HEAD
Relieved in a few minutes.
Caused by offensive secretions.
Caused by Catarrhal affections.
SENSE OF SMELL
• When lessened or destroyed.
When *caused by Catarrhal difficulties. All
are cured by this remedy,
Are more frequently than otherwise caused
by a thick, slimy mucous, falling from the head,
especially during the n.ght, and resulting from
Catarrh, and are cured by
-LIQUID CATARRH REMEDY!
The symptoms of Catarrh are at first very
slight. Persons find that they have a cold,
that they have frequent attacks, and are more
sensitive to the changes of temperature. In
this condition the nose may be dry, or a slight
discharge, thin and acrid, afterwards thick and
adhesive, may ensue.
As the disease becomes chronic, the dischar
ges are increased in quantity and changed in
quality ; they are now thick and heavy, and
are hawked or coughed off. fhe secretions
are offensive, causing a bad breath ; the voice
thick and nasal ; the eyes are v eak ; the sense
of smell is lessened or destroyed ; deafness fre
quently takes place.
Another common and important symptom
of Catarrh is, that the person is obliged to
clear his throat in the morning of a slick or
slimy mucous, which has fallen from the head
during the night. When this takes place, the
person may be sure that his lisease is on its
way to the lungs, and should lose no time in
The above are but few of the many Catarrh
al symptoms. Write to our Laboratory for
our phamphlet describing fully all symptoms:
it will be sent FREE to any address. Also
directions where to procure the medicine.
We are receiving letters from all parte of
the Union, and also numerous testimonials
from those using it, bearing the evidence of
its infallible ments. .
This remedy contains no MINERAL
or POISONOUS INGREDIENTS, but is pre
pared from vegetable extracts EXCLUSIVE
LY; therefore Win PERFECTLY HARM
LESS, even to the most tender and delicate
child. _Ea ,
CALL FOR SEELYE t S CATARRH REM
EDY, and bike no other. If not sold by drug
gists in your vicinity, they will order it for
you. Price *2.00 yer bottle.
$1:1 All persons suffering with any affection
of the Head, Throat or Lungs, should write at
once for our pamphlet fully describing all
symptoms pertaining to the above diseases.
It will be sent free to any address.
DE. - D. H. SEELYE & Co. ,
Sold by all Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
John D. Park, Cincinnati, Ohio; Fuller,
Finch & Fuller, Chicago, Ill.; Burnhams &
VanSchaack, Chicago 111 .; Demas Barnes &
Co., New York ; D: flunsom & Co., Baffalo,
N. Y.; Farrand, Shelley &Co„ Detroit, Mich
ion ; Weeks & Putter, Boston, Mass. ;
French, Richards & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.;
R. E. Sellers & Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.,Collins
Bro'a. St. Louis, Mo. ; Barnes, War & Co.,
NeW.Orleans, La. ; A. Robinson & Co.,
Louisville, Ey.; Bigley & Bro., MeMphis,
Tenn. ; P. E. Depuy,RiChMond, Va,; Thorny -
Den & Block, Baltimore ' Aid. ; Veirter Nel
goer, Albany; N. Y.; Strong > ' • . • ong,
Cleveland, Ohio; Wm. John
Mich.; Wilson Peen & Co., Lo • 'le X -
Octobti IS, /886.-3 y,