The Mariettian. (Marietta [Pa.]) 1861-18??, March 23, 1867, Image 3

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horning, Yard) 2, 1867.
" 1 r The Morning Passenger train for Lan
taiterand Philadelphia will leave the upper
gahon at 12 minutes after 8 o'clock. The
0 train going westward will pass upper
lot i o n at 7 minutes after 12 o'clock, voorq.
liarrisburp, accommodation train eastward
,jipass at 26 minutes after 6 o'clock, in the
silernoon and returning arrive here at 43
oinutes after 6 o'clock in the evening.
a . Any of our Borough subscribers
lotsodiog to remove on the first of April,
wilt Wore its proper delivery by inform
ing our carrier, on next Saturday, of the
intended choga.
if The new borough officers are :
Chief Burgess, Thomas Stance ; Assist
sot Burgess, John K. Fidler; Town
Cooed, George U. Goodman, .A lexan.
der Lyudsay, Samuel 0. Hiestand, Lewis
Ilosseal, Frederick Waller; Assessor,
IL. Baker; Assistant Assessors, G.
Nlehatiey, J. M. Larzelere ; School
Ditecters, David W. Coble, C. A. Schaff
or; Judge, 0. E. Nagle ; Inspectors,
Anderson, Ed ward Rasing;
Clerks, Theo• 13 les tend, A. 8.. Erisro an ;
High Constable, Walter Fry berger ;
IlOtaut Constable, Benjamin Taylor.
gir One cf the amusing features of
Os late election in our place, was the
ruling fora Justice of the Peace, when
colones existed. Franklin K. Mosey
received twenty live votes for Justice of
the Peace, for the place now occupied
pf ilajor E. D. Reath, who is at present
member of the legislature. Some wiss
sue ors lawyer, assures Mosey that Es.
tire Roath's place is vacant by virtue
ends acceptance of a seat in tho House
liepresentatives. As old Father Rit
this used to say "nous verrons."—:-ive
dill see.
w John H. Smyth, commonly called
the Black Roscius, gave one of his inter
esting entertainments in Temperance
HI, on Tuesday evening last, to a re
aler good audience. What was lacking
Innumber, however, was more than made
spin fine literary taste. Mr. S. acquit
ted himself' very creditably ; his "Black
li ,, giment" was exceedingly fine, whilst
"Sheridan's Ride," "Barbara Frietchie"
tha "Raven," and others, were rendered
, o a manner hirrhly satisfactory.
fir We understand that Henry M
Watts, of Philadelphia, one of the 6riti
of Musselman Sc Watts, of Marietta
Furnacse, is about to erect a furnace on
the patch adjoining the lower end of
town, and nearly south of the residence
of Mr. S. F. Eagle, for two of his sons.
We also learn that Clement B. Grubb,
of Lancaster, is negotiating for what
used to be known as the "Great West•
era"—at the western limits of the bo
rough—for a location and erection of a
furnace for a son of his.
or Shad have been caught opposite
Harrisburg, leaving no doubt of the fact
that the recent alterations in the Col
ombia dam, permit them to pass up the
river. When will John Coyle, the pres•
tot owner of the "old Keesey fishery"—
;which was at one time one of the most
important fisheries on the Susquehanna)
— Opposite this place, throw in his seine
sod try to "fish•out" some of the finny
lobe 7 •
lit The copy of a bill, or supplement
to oar Borough Charter, now before the
legislature, will be found in another
(Gleam this week. This bill has been
istroduced by Esquire Roatb, and will,
le think, receive the endorsement of
Eleey well-thinking citizen. The noisy
sod loafing crowd around the post office
tightly, has long since been an intoler
able nuisance, and we are glad to see
come prospect of its being abated.
it The "Open Temperance sociaty"
, slll moot on Monday evening next, for
the discussion of the following question :
''Which is productive of the most injury
to society, the selling of liquors or the
tale of the popular bitters of the day."
The public is invited.
lir "Ten Nights in a Bar Room," nu
cler the management of Messrs. J. P.
Welter, William Girod and other Mari
etti4llB, was played in Columbia, on
'"nday night last, to a crowded house,
"a was very well received. So says
Herald t he of that place.
lir Mr. Robert S. Maxwell, for the
Pwst year principal of the Marietta
Academy, leaves us to take up his resi
dswee in Wrightsville, where he goes
jou) the grocery business. Mr. M. was
)great favorite here as a teacher, and
we are sorry to loose him.
St Our readers will bear in mind that
Dr , Ilinkle's sale will take place this
(Saturday) afternoon; Clayton M.
P oulit's on Tuesday afternoon next, and
tl aPt• Don Juan Walling' at the Herm
itage Hotel on Wednesday next.
. up Albert Huston, Robert Carroll
1.. . 1 +1/t1 Henry B. Shiremau left, this
PI on Monday last, for Leavenworth,
l ' a tims, where they intend to locate.
0,41, • • •• • ••• • ••,..,./.
tir A Piano, aill be sold cheap, if
aPplicalioe be made soon. The instra
%eat can be seen by calling at the resi-
air Prof. Wickersham, State Super
intendent of Common Schools, has re
ceived during the past two months, nu
merous letters from prominent citizens
in the States of Virginia, North Caroli
na, Alabama, and a still larger number
from Tennessee. These letters contain
minute inquiries into the character and
practical workings of the Pennsylvania
Common School system, with a view to
its introduction into the States named,
exceptieg Tennessee, which has enacted
quite a liberal and comprehensive
school law, which embodies many of the
best features of the Pennsylvania sys
tem. The Professor is at grhat pains
to answer all these letters in detail, and
also forwards numerous printed docu
sir The Wrightsville Star says : "We
understand that the Susquehanna and
Tide Water Canal has been but slightly
damaged by the recent ice freshet. It
was feared at one time that the immense
body of ice on the Susquehanna could
hardly move off without serious injury
to the towing path of the canal. We
are happy to state, however, that such
was not the case, and that the injury it
received will be speedily repaired and
the canal will be ready fur navigation
between the 25th instant, and the lst of
next month. It is expected that the
Penn. Canal will be opened about the
15th of April, proximo."
cz - The repairs and improvements
now being made to the Pennsylvania
canal will not allow of the water being
let in until on or about the 15th of April.
During the past winter the canal com
pany have been making numerous lila
proveineutt?, both on the main stem and
its branches, to extend facilities for
traneporte;s• It is anticipated that a
larger amount of coal, iron, lumber, Sr.c, ,
will be carried to the eastern and south
ern markets, by way of Pennsylvania
canal, the coming season, than has ever
been heretofore.
crr Our Borough treasury will receive
some benefit from the itinerent clothiers
hereafter. By the new supplement to
the Borough Charter—published in full
in our last issue—all non residents are
now required to call upon the Burgess
and obtain a license, at a cost of TEN
DOLLARS, for the priti'ege of vending
their merchandise within the Borough
t Mayor Sandersoo, of Lancaster,
has been confirmed as Assessor of Inter
n al Revenue, for this district, in place of
" Mr. Brown's brother," rejected.
Since the above was put in type, we
learn "a different tale," the opposite
being the fact. Be was rejected instead
of confirmed. The Lancaster Express
of Thursday says quite a number of the
"unterrined" were already scheming for
the Mayoralty. Alas, for the blighted
expectations of an office bunter.
dar Th. Lady's Friend for April, is
on our table. There is something a
little out of the usual way in the 6oely
executed Steel Engraving, which leads
off the A tril number of this charming
magazine. It is a picture of two chil
dren gazing with wonder and awe upon
a suit of complete steel, such as some
ancestor doubtless wore upon many a
hotly contested held. The Colored
Fashion Plate is, as usual, elegant and
refined. The other illustrations are
handsome. Address Deacon & Peterson
319, Walnut•st., Philadelphia.
as F. IL Stauffer, formerly of the
Mount Joy Dereld, has gone to Woon
socket, Rhode. Island, to take charge of
the editorial department of the Patriot,
published at that place. Frank will
make a very good paper of the Patriot.
Pemorest's Monthly Magazine is
eta! the leading organ of fashion. No
lady considers_herself "booked-up" on
the fashions, without being a regular
reader of Demorest. Read advertise
ment elsewhere.
E John. Spangler has just received a
new lot of flardware and fancy and use
ful household goods generally. Adver
tisement will appear in our next.
C::;rlVext week, commencing Mon
day, Great Stock of Dry Goods, Carpets, &c.
receiving at Haldeman's, Columbia.
In Maytown, on the 19th inst, by Rev. A. H.
Long, Mr. JOSIAH S. FACE, of Marietta, to
Miss EMMA S. PENCE, of Maytown.
On Wednesday, the 13th inst., Mrs. HELENA
HOYLE N, of this place, aged 52 years,
Is universally acknowledged the model parlor
Magazine of America; devoted to original
stories poems, sketches, architecture and mo
del Cottages, household matters, gems of
thought, personal and literary gossip, (includ •
tog special departments on fashions). instruc
tions on health, gymnastic, equestrian exer
cises, music, amusements, etc.; all by the best
authors, and profusely and artistically illus
trated with costly engri vings (full size) use
ful and reliable patterns, embraideries. jewelry
and a constant succession of artistic novelties,
with other useful and entertaininefiterature.
No person of refinement, economical house
wife, or lady of taste can afford t o do without
the Model Monthly. Single conies 30 cents ;
back numbers, as specimens, 10 cents; either
m ailed free. Yearly, $3, with a valuable
premium ; two copies $5:50 ; three copies,
$7:50 ; five copies. $l2, and splendid premi
ums for clubs at $3 each, with the first pre
miumsnlo each subscriber. Address,
No. 473 Broadway, New York.
Monthly and Young America,
•e 4
ZptciaL Notice's
Dr. SCHENCK'S Mandrake Pills a sub
stitute for Calomel. These Pills are composed,
of various roots, having the power to relax the
secretions of the liver as promptly and effeeft
ually as blue pill or mercury, and without pro
ducing any of those disagreeable or dangerous
effects which often follow the use of the latter.
In all bilious disordeis these pills may be
used with confidence, as they promote the dis
charge of vitiated bile, and remove those ob
structions from the liver and biliary ducts,
which are the cause of bilious affections in
chenck's Mandrake Pills cure sick head
ache, and all disorders of the liver, indicated by
sallow skin, coated tongue, costiveness, drow
siness and a general feeling of weariness and
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or obstructed condition.
In short, these pills may be used with advati
tag'e in all cases when a purgative °reiterative
medicine is requited.
Please ask for " Dr. Schenck's Mandrake
Pills," and observe that the two likenesses of
the Doctor are on the government stamp—one
when in the last stage of Consumption—the
other in his present health:
Sold by all druggists and dealers. Pike 23
coats per box. Principal office, No. lb N. 6th
street, Philadelphia, Pa.
General Wholesale Agents :—Demas Barnes
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Walker & Taylor, 134 and 136 Wabash Ave
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To OWNERS OF HO usts.—Thousands of
horses die yearly from Colic. This need not
be. Dr. Tobias' Venetian Horse Liniment
will positively care every case, ii given when
first taken. The cbst is only one dollar.
Every LOA nu of a hoist should have a bottle
in his stable, niady for use. It is warranted
supetior to anything else for the cure of Cut's
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ot for 19 years by the first horsemen in the
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kindly permits me to refer to him. His :id
&fess is East New York, Long Island. Re
collect, Dr. Tobias' Venetian Horse Liniment
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beauty, when the mirror shows them their
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Allentown, Penn., April 4, 1865
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West Milton, Saratoga Co., N. Y
July 6, 1566.
Dr. Ilostetter—Sir: I have long delayed
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e t sellinggrea a
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d prices,
t and
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searching the almanacs and all the newspapers I French, Scotch and American Ginghams,
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n" Address in confidence, MADA7kIE GER
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Select Sohool
riIHE undersigned takes this means of in-
I forming the citizens of the Borough of
Marietta and vicinity, that he has consented
to open a Select School in the Wickersham
Academy building, on the first Monday in
April. Terms : Tuition for 16 weeks, $8:00.
Higher branches, extra, $2:00. For further
particulars apply to I. S. GEIST.
Interest on Deposits.
First National Bank of Marietta, Pa , Feb
ruary 25th, 1867. Capital $lOO.OOO. Surplus
fund, $30,000. Five and one-half pet cent.
Interest will be paid Dy this Bank for Depos
its made for one year.
Eley's Gnu Caps, Eley'l Gun Wadds,
Dupont's Sporting and Glazed Duck Powder
Baltimore Shot ; Shot Pouches, PoWder Flasks
l e N S.PANgLER'S.
Important News !
Early Spring Styles.
Cassimeres and Cloths for Spring wear,
Jeans, Cottonades and Denims,
Ph)in and Fancy plaid Wool Shirtings.
BARGAINS For New Housekeepers
Tickings in all widths, very cheap,
Linen and colored Cotton Osnaburgs,
Linen and Cotton, White and unbleached
Towels and Toweling, plain and figured,
Cotton and Woolen, Blight colored Cov
French and American Counterpanes,
100 pair white and colored Blankets,
Ingrain, Venetian, Stair and Rag Carpets,
Floor and Table Oil Cloths, all widths,
Transparent Oil cloth and Holland blinds,
Rosewood, Mahogany, and Walnut frame
Looking Glasses,
Wool, Linen and Cotton carpet Chain,
Superior steamed live picked Feathers.
46, 67 and 110 ps Setts Iron Stone Ware,
Granite and Iron stone Chamber setts,
Fine and Common Glass ware of all kinds,
Common Queensware in variety.
Sugars, Cotlees, Teas, Dried Fruit,
Salt, Fish, Spices, etc., etc.
Irir An early call - is solicited.
Keep constantly on hand a full Etccii 01 Bo
ding Material, Nails,
OIR 0 N: and Hammered
Iron, Steel, Horse-Shoes Bar,
Norway Nail Rods, Hoop and Band Inn,
Horse-Shoe NatlS, Bolts, Files, Rasps, etc.
Tubs, Churns, Cedar Stands, IM
Wasp Boards, Buckets,
Knives and Forks,
Plated and Metalic Spoons, •
Sad Irons, Kraut Cutters, Waiters, Brass at i
Copper Kettles Clothes Wringers, Pans,
Iron Ladles, Meat Stands, Coal Oil
Lamps, Shades and Lanterns, Tea
Scales, Coffee Mills, Painted
Chamber Setts, &b., &c..
Forks, Shovels, Hoes, Spades, Horse Brushes'
Wheel Grease, Fish ; Sperm and Lubric Oils,
Cistern Pumps,
Long and Short Traces.
Breast Chains, &c.,&c.
TOOLS: Hand and Wood Saws, Hatchets
Chopping and Hand Axes, Planes, Chissels.
Augers and Auger Bits, Braces, Prunnins
Hooks and Shears, &c., &c.
Thankful for past patronage, we hope to men'
and receive a continuance of the same.
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, sex into
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Address all orders to
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No. 3 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, N. Y.
al A. LINDSAY, .441
Would most respectt ully inform the citizens
of this Borough and neighborhood that he has
at this time the largest assortment of City made
work ever offered in this Borough, amongst
which may he named the new-style
MA Boot, tia iIqIMoNW
A. L. being a practical BOOT AND SHOE
MAKER enables him to select with more
judgment than those who are not. He contin
ues to manufacture in the very best manner
everything in the BOOT AND SHOE line s
which he will warrant for neatness and fit.
- l Call and examine the new stack before
inn g elsewhere.
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Newspaper and Periodical
Subscription Office, No. 82 Cedar-st., N. Y
DESIRE to engage ONE good correspondent
in each town, to extend thea business
in the principal Magazines and Newspapers,
for which they take subscriptions at the pub
lishers' lowest prices.
The business is respectable, pays well, and
no capital is required: it is also suitable for
ladies. Full particulars in our "Correspond,
ent's Circular, mailed free.
Also, now ready, a new Edition o our thir
annual newspaper and periodical Catalogu
(for 1807) containing over 200 different pub
lications—a most useful thing to all lovers o
literature. Free to any address.
Office, 82 Cedar-st., N. Y. (P. 0. Box 4298.)
yrAMEL OF AMERICA, for beautifying
ri the complexion, softening the skin, re
moving tan, freckles and 'pimples.
Sale at Dr. Landis' "Golden Mortar."
in k R. 11. LANDIS is the sole agent for the
JU Sale of MISHLER'S BITTERS, in the
Borough of Marietta. For sale at the
AIR ROLLS, the latest fashion—call"ll at Mrs. ROTH'S Variety Store and a
them—all the rage now, in the cities.
TOB PRINTING of every description ex
eruted with neatness and dispatch at the
tt.ce of The Mariettian.
SHADES at remarkably low prices--
to e OBS 01.11 . Jetue SPAYMLIEL
Massive Curls
firl bit:64i ill 167.
No. 61 Market Street, Marietta, Pa.,
ARE awake to the downfall in goods and
the interests and wants of the people,
will display on their counter*, during the next
week, for the inspection of the public, anoth
er lot of those
Good 4-4 Brown Sheeting, only 20 cents;
if 7_B 6C 66. " 18 cents;
" 3-4 " " 12i cents!
Good 4-4 White Sheeting, only 2U coats, usu
al price, 30c; good 4.4 White Sheeting,
only 25c, usual price, 35c; Extra 4 4
White Sheeting, only 30c, usual
price 40c; good Cotton Man
1/4S, 0 and 22e, usual
price 35 and 40c; ex
tra heavy all-
Wool Twi led Flannels only 37 1-2 Cents !
GOOD CALICOES from 1.2 i to 18? CENTs,
Choke Belmorrils
from $1:75 to $2:.0; Ladios
and Gents Kid Gloves—all colors.
A good assortment of Hosiery. from
18e per pair upwards, and everythi4g in
Come this way and get Bargains
For we will be governed by our old motto :
that a "Quirk Fip is better than a slow Shil
ling," that is to say that we would rather sidi
at a email advance, than not sell at all.
In this establishment will always be found
a choice lot of Teas, Coffees, Sugars and Sy r •
ups. Having purchased our stock FOR can
enables us to offer bargains to purchasers.
Marietta, January - I'2, 1867.
ffeiNboio'3 FWD ixti-got
Is a certain cure for diseases of the
and all diseases of the
whetlie'r existing in
from whatever cense originating and no mat
Diseases of these organs require the use of a
If no treatment is submitted to, Consump
Lion or Insanity may ensne. Our Flesh and
Blood are supported from these sources, and
that of Posterity, depends UPOI) prompt use of
a reliahle remedy.
Established upwards of 18 years, pre
pared by H. T. HELAIDOLD,
694 Broadway, New York and
104 South 10th street, Philadelphia, Pa
For useful things and things of sport,
The gay and serious here resort.
Superior Skates—Ladies Men's and Boys',
Pocket Books— every variety,
All styles ot Coel Oil Lamps,
New styles, Ladies Morocco Satchels,
Good-wife's Companions—new,
Latest novelty in Port Folios,
Extra fine Pearl and Ivory handled Pocket
Repeaters, Sharp's Improved, (Knives,
Sleigh Bells—fine plated and white metal,
Hair Brushes—durable and cheap,
Axes, Hatchets and Hammers,
Razor Strops—Emerson's,
Duston's Hand cud Tennant Saws,
Wringers. late improved,
All varieties of fine Ivory and common 'labia
Rolling Pins, Washers &c., (Cutler y
Eley's Amunition, Wads and Caps.
Blank Book and Stationery
72S Arch Street, Philadelphia,
Has constantly on hand, and manufactures
to order every variety of
for Bankers, Merchants and Manufacturers.
Drafts, Notesl , Checks, and Headings of every
description, engraved or lithographed. A very
full stock of Stationery wholesale or retail.
S. H. Fulton, formerly of Marietta, has
charge of one department of the business, and
will give personal and special attention to any
orders by mail or otherwise. All goods at the
most reasonable rates and all blank work
guaranteed of the most superior quality
PERUVIAN S .- VAT:V.-A protected solution
of the Protoxide of Iron, supplies the Blood
with its life element, iron, giving strength,
vigor and new life to the whole sys!em.
If the thousands who are suffering from
Dyspepsia, Debility, Female Weaknesses, &cc.,
would but test the virtues of the Peruvian
Syrup, the effect would not only astonish
themse!ves but would please all their friends ;
for instead of feeling, cross, "all gone" and
miserable, they would be cheerful, rigorous
and active.
I have teed the Peruvian Syrup, and the
result fully sustains your prediction. It has
made a new man of me, infused into my sys
tem new vigor and energy ; I am no longer
tr..mulous and debilitated, as when you last
saw me, but stronger, heartie” '
and with larg
er capacity for labor, mental and physical,
than at any time during the last five years.
Thouslnds have been changed by the use of
this remedy from weak, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, he itchy, and happy men and
women; and invalids cannot reasonably hesi
tate to give it a Nal.
The genuine has " rEau vian crave"
blown in the glass. A 32 page pamphlet will
be sent free.
J. P. DENSMOP.E, Proprietor, SG Du st., N
Y., and by all Druggist:,.
Nerohant Tailor, and Clothier,
At E J. Kramph's Old Stand, on the Cor
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
It ATEF U L to the Citizens of Mari; tta
and vicinity, fur the liberal patronage
heretofore extendeC, 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.
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, Dcc'd
Letters Testamentary on said estate hay•
ing been granted to the undersigned, all per
sons indebted thereto are requested to make
immediate settlement, and those having claims
or demands aga.nst the same will present them
without delay fur settlement to the undersign
d,.residing in said Borough of Marietta.
JOHN AUXER, Exeeteor.
Marietta, January 19, 1867.- 6t]
C OAL RODS, Coal Seives, C✓
P. kers, Stove Grates, Cylin
nings of different kinds, kept on
SPICEBOXES, augarboxes,l 4 6
do w blinds, looking glasses, a f
TWIN R.E A .7s !;')