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Kr The Morning Passenger train for Lan
easter and Philadelphia will leave the tipper
station at 12 minttee after 8 o'clock. The
train going westward will pass upper
station at 7 minuted after 12 o'clock, woos.
The Harrisburg aoommodation train eastward
will pass at 26 minntes after 6 o'clock, in the
i ftwoon and returning arrive here at a
minutes Biter 6 o'clock in the evening.
or On Saturday morning last, a dead
infant was found Alongside of a telegraph
pole, on the railroad, near the residence
of Samuel Mann. Esquire ♦user held
as inquest, the jury returned a verdict
o f "violent death by some person or
persona to the jury unknown." The
child was supposed to have been about
eight hours old and was wrapped up in
a newspaper. The general impression
4, that it was thrown from the emigrant
t r ain, which passed through this place
gir The "University Journal of Medi
cine and Surgery," edited by W. Paine,
Id. P., for July is on our table. This
II a very interesting magazine, published
feint-monthly, In Philadelphia. and io
not only valuable to the Medical pro
feogiou, bat contains many articles of .
groat interest to the general reader.
See advertisement in another column.
ar Messrs. Roth, Barr & Co. have
their Vinegar manufactory at Shock's
Mill, in full and successful operation
now. We have tried this vinegar and
believe it to be an excellent article.
They are now offering a While Wine
Vinegar especially intended for pickling.
Advertisement in our next.
O' lion. Thaddeus Stevens has re
turned to his home in Lancaster. He
intends, after a short rest, to go to Bed
so - Mr. James B, Clark, of this bor
ough, had a fine cow killed by the cars.
a few days since.
160 - The Marietta School Board ad
vertise for the loan of fifteen hundred
dollars, and for two teachers, one for
the High School. We learn that the
board will pay a very liberal salary to
a competent teacher for this department.
gir Prof. Isaac S. Geist, of the Clear
field county Normal school, is on a visit
to his family in this place. Prof. G.,
represents the enterprise at Curwensville
as a success, and will return in a few
days to enter upon the second session.
Wr Read the prospectus of "The
American Artisan," in another column
of this week's paper. The Artisan
should be in the hands of every person
interested in new Inventions, and is, in
fact, interesting to the general reader.
ere A. correspondent of the Oxford
Press, states that Josiah Browo, resid
ing near the villiage of New Texas
Lancaster county, has a cow that pro
duced fifteen and one half pounds o
butter in one week.
air The Columbia Spy of Saturday
last, says : "We learn that the contract
or of the Columbia Bridge Company,
Mr Brinks, is directed to cqmmence the
erection of the bridge early in A.uguat."
illiir Jacob Gregg wee found dead in
his bed, in Mountjoy on the 13th inst.
Coroner's jury returned "death from
gar Britton & Musser have for sale
Dr. Here's Oregon' Grape Cordial, an
excellent stomach bitters.
sr Senator Billiogfelehas been very
low with typhoid fever, but is now out
VW Mrs. Henry Johnson, formerly
Harriet Lane, is at Bedford Springs.
sr A very nest icon fence bee been
pieced in front of the Methodist oburcb.
or THE P-W3Ole 'SHEET, of which the
first number hos just appeared, is a very
neat Bvo sheet, publishod by Collins &
lllcLeester, type-founders, Philadelphia.
It is to be published bimonthly. The
object of its publication being to exhibit
specimens of their types, to advertise
other articles for printers' use which
they manufacture or Eel', to record cur
rent typographical news, to notice im
provementa in printing materials, and
occasionally to give bibliographical ar
ticles. The literary matter is very
readable—particularly a chapter on ear
ly Printing in America. We wish the
lir A German called at the residence
of Mr. Henry S. Engle, adjoining this
b orough, a few evenings since, and
asked tie privilege of sleeping in the
barn, which Mr. E. granted and, to make
. Early In
over to Mr.
.nd had the
Spumes SOLUTION' :—The season for
putting up fruit is near at hand. Here
is home testimony in favor of Spear's
Preserving Solution :
East Donegal, July 17, 1867.
Messrs. Britton & Masser:--Having
used " Spear's Patent Fruit Preserving
Solution " for two years and found it all
that could be desired. It affords me
pleasure to recommend it to all who may
desire to enjoy the luxury of fresh fruits
and vegetables in all the richness of
their original flavor, all the year round,
at the, least possible expense. I have
kept Tomatoes and Peaches in large ves
sels, without sealing, and find them free
from mould or fermentation, and retain
ing all the richness of their original fla
vor and freshness. I have no hesitancy
in pronouncing it the beat and cheapest
fruit preserver ever discovered.
lie" Splendid prizes in greenbacks
Over $5,000 in greenbacks ; $lO,OOO in
Sewing Machines; 4900 in Washing
Machines; a vast amount of Hoop
Skirts, Albums, Books, Gold Pens, Pen
cilp, Lockets, &e , &a., to be distributed
to the subscribers of the "Home Amuse
ment." Every yearly subscriber gets
twenty-tour tickets, drawing from $5 to
$lOO each in greenbacks. Canvassing
agents clear from $lO to $l5 per day
raising clubs. Sample copies with a
prize ticket and fall directions and in
stractione to agents, sent by mail, by
inclosing ten cents, addressed to the
Home Amusement, 78 Nassau Street,
Male and Female Canvassing Agents
wanted in every town and neighborhood
in the United States.
sir Isaac Hershey, residing in East
Donegal township, had his barn with all
its contents burned, on
On the 24th instant, at the house of Mrs. Ann
Firmld, by Rev. J. Stringer, Mr George W.
Spiese, of Maytown, Pa.,40 Miss Fannie E.
Fifield, of Marietta, Pa.
sl.sfill - NAT s by the
pit School Board of the Borough
eaFIFTEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS—for
two or five yews, at 6 per cent. interest --
l Estate given as security.
By order of the Board,
AMOS BOWMAN, Sec'y.
Marietta July 27, 1867.-tfi
Proposals for collecting the School Tax Du
plicate of the Borough of Marietta, tor 1967
will be received by the School Board, unti
Monday next, August 3d, 1867.
AMOS BOWMAN, Sec'y.
AI• W.'BOWERS CO.,
3:3- 3E3 elija,7 - Y - 1 I 3CL.,
flUinea a_n.d iqu_c..o
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Store on Itront-st.,a few doors west of
The White Swan Hotel. •
TH E undersigned having purchased the
stock, good-will and fixtures of H. D.
Benjamin's Liquor establishment, would take
this method of Informing the old friends of the
establishment and the public generally that
nothing shall be left undone to merit and they
hope to receive a liberal share of the public 's
patronage. They 0013 ask a fair trial.
All Liquors warranted as represented
All orders promptly attended to.
13-Agents for Mistler's Herb Bitters.
W. BOWERS & Co.
Marietta, July 13, 1867.
AGREEABLE AND PROFITABLE
firzgrusment Po ,g:ohnioe time,
MESSRS. BLACKWELIO& CO.,
Newspaper and Periodical
Subscription Office, No. 82 Cedar-et., N. Y.
DES IRE to engage ONE good correspondent
in each town, to extend the.r 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
nu 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 of our third
annual newspaper and , periodical Catalogue
(fur 1867) containing over 200 different pub
lications—a most useful thing to all lovers of
literature. Free to any address.
BLACKWELL & Co.,
Office, 82 Cedar-at., N. Y. (P. 0. Box 4298.
I Boarding Bellool for Boys and a Day
Sthool for both sum
SCHOOL SELECT, and number limited.
Students from the neighborhood will be
admitted as boarders from Monday to Friday.
For circulars, address •
REV. H. S. ALEXANDER,
Columbial Pa .
June 29, 1867.4m.]
UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF MEDICINE & SURGERY.
A Semi-Monthly Journal Rf Ddedieine, Surgery,
Physiology, Hygiene, and General Litera
ture, devoted to the Profession and thepeopte.
The cheapest idedical paper in the world,
published every two weeks, at the University
Building, Ninth street, south of Walnut.
Single copies, 00
Five copies baptist address, 4.35
Ten ‘' " 7/10
Fifteen " 9.30
Twenty " " 10.00
The getter-up of the club shall have one
copy gratis. Address, -
W. PAINE, M. D. Editor.
L OOK. HERE 1
lam again agent for THE EXCELSIOR
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faction for three years. It is the cheapest,
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and dispenses with any risk as to the keeping
of Fruit after securing it when put in.
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THE REAT. VALPAU FEMALE PILLI.
THESE PILLS, [warranted French] so
celebrated many years ago in Paris. for
the releif of female irregularities, and after
wards so notorious for their criminal employ
ment in the niactice of abortion, are now of
fered for sale for the first time in America.
They hare been kept in comparative obscuri
ty from the fact that the originator, Dr. VAL
FAIT, 111 a Physician in Paris of great wealth
and strict conscientious principles, and has
withheld them from general use, lest they
should be employed for unlawful purposes.
In overcoming female obstructions they seem
to be truly omnipitent, bursting open the flood
gates from whatever cause may have stopped
thein ; but they are otfered to the public only
for legitimate uses, and all agents are forbid
den to sell them when it is understood that
the object is unlawful. For sale by Britton
Musser, Market-st., Marietta, Pa.; Philip A.
Pyle, Mount Joy; R. Williams' and Parry's
Drug Stores, Columbia, and all druggists.
tidies can procure a box, sealed from the
eyes . of the curious, by encloSinglSl and six
postage stamps, to M. W. 'M ACOM BE R, Gen
eral Agent, Albany, N. Y., or to any of the
above named agents. [l3-51-1y
Iron in the Blood
hum tie THE BLOOD.--The necessity of a
due proportion of iron in the blood is , well
known to all medical men; when it becomes
reduced from any cause whatever, the whole
system suffers, the weakest mart being first
attacked, and a feeling of languor, lassitude
and " all goneness" pervades the system. The
remedy is simply to supply the blood with the
necessary quantity of iron. This can be done
by using the
a protected solution of the protoxide of Iron,
which is so prepared that , it assimilates at once
with the , blood, giving strength, vigor and
new life to the whole system.
To take medicine to cure diseases occasioned
by a deficiency of iron in the blood, without
restoring it to the system, is like trying to re
pair a building when the foundation-is gone.
An eminent device says: 6 . I have been
using the Peruvian Syrnp for some time past:
it gives me new vigor, buoyancy of spirits,
elasticity of muscle."
Pamphlets containing certificates of cures,
and recommendations from some of the most
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The genuine has "Peruvian Syrup" blown
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Sold by Druggists
Er Grace's Celebrated Salve. From Mr. E.
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PAINE'S PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
Anew work just issued by W. Paine, M.
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Medicine and Pathology in the Philadelphia
University of Medicine and Surgery; author
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Address the author, 933 Arch Street, Phila
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Entitled New School Medicines, which' is
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S. S. RATEIVON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At F. J. Sramph's Old Stand, on the Cor
ner of North Queen and Orange -
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
CLARK. DODGE & CO., Bankers, 51 Wall St.,
JOHN J. Cisco & Sow, Bankers, 33 Wall St.
and by Banks and Bankersgenerally through
out the United States, all of whom maps and
descriptive pamphlets may be obtained.:They
will also be sent by mail from the Company's
office No. 20 Nassau street, New York, on
application. Subscribers will select their own
Agents in whom they have confidence, who
alone will be responsible to them for the safe
delivery or the bonds. JOHN J. Cisco,
June 1, 67-3m.] New York.
Blank Book and Stationery. I c RIPPLES TO WALK.
GLi ATE V U L to the Citizens of Marietta
and vicinity, for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended t 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, CASSIHERES A ND VESTINOSi 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.
ALBO,-NEAD T-HADM CLOTHING,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Gooods
and such articles as usually belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
WILLIAM G. PERRY,
728 Arch Street, Philadelphia,
Has constantly on hand, and manufactures
to order every variety of
for Bankers, Merchants and Manufacturers.
Drafts, Notes, Checks, and Headings of every
description, engraved or lithographed. A very
full stock of Stationery wholesale or retail
s. IL 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
Physician and Surgeon.
HAV I NG removed to Columbia, would em
brace this opportunity of informing hie
former patients and lamilies in Marietta and
vicinity, that be can still be consulted daily,
between 2 and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at
the residence of Mr. Thomas Stence. Any
word left there will be promptly attended to.
Marietta, April I, 1867.-tf.
First National Bank of Marietta
plus BANKING ASSOCIATION
RAVING COMPLETED ITS ORGANIZATION
is now prepared to transact all kinds of
The Board of Directors meet 'weekly, on
Wednesday, for discount lend other business.
33-Bank Mours : From 9A.1at03 5. M.
JOHN HOLLINGER, P
AMOS BOWMAN, Cashier.
A UDITOR'S NOTICE.
Estate of John McAdams, late of . the
Btirough of Marietta, dec'd.
The undersigned, Auditor, appointed to dis
tribute the balance remaining in the hands of
John Auxer, Administrator of said deceased,
to and among those legally entitled to the
same, will attend for that purpose, on Tues
day the sixth (6th) day of August, 1867, at 10
o'clock, a. m., at the Court House in the City
of Lancaster, where all persons interested in
said Estate and distribution may attend-
E. D. ROATH, Auditor.'
Marietta, July 7,1867-4 t.
e lT er ß yw D h A e Y re LUR se t .
ou tg pat t e w nt anted
• WHITE WIRE CLOTHES
Will last3o yesiTe. Address the ,AMEILICAN
Ilie tloion 'knife ilqiii.oo 00.)
Are now constructing a railroad from
westward towards the Pacific Ocean, making
with its connections an unbroken line
ACROSS THE CONTINENT.
She Compauy now offer a limited amount
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
having thirty years to run, and bearing annu
al interest, payable on the first day of Janu
ary and July, in the city of New York, at the
SIX PER CENT. IN GOLD,
NINETY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR
This road is already completed to Julesburg,
376 miles west of Omaha, and is fully equip
ped, and trains are regularly running over it.
Thi'Company has now on hand sufficient iron
ties, etc., to finish the remaining portion to
the eastern base of the Rocky Mountains, 141
miles, which is under contract to be done in
September of this year, and it is expected that
the entire road will be in running order from
Omaha to its western connection with the
Central Pacific, now being rapidly built east
ward from Sacramento, Cal., during 1870.
Means of the Company
Estimating the Vance to be built by the
Union Pacific to be 1,565 miles, the United
States Government issues its Six per cent.
Thirty-Year Bonds to the Company as the
road is finished at the average rate of about
$28,250 per mile, amounting to $44,208,000.
The Company is also permitted to issue its
own First . Mortgage Bonds to an equal
amount, and at the same time, which by spe
cial act of Congress are made a first mortgage
on the entire line, the bonds of the United
States being subordinate to. them.
The Government makes a dentiffen of 12,800
acres of land, to the mile, amounting to 20,-
032,000, estimated to be worth $30,000,000
making the total resources, exclusive of the
capital, $118,416,000; but the full value of
the lands cannot now be realized.
The authorized capital Stock of the Com
pany is one hundred million dollars, of which
five millions have already been paid in, and
of which it is not supposed that more than
twenty-five mullions at most will be required.
The coat of the road is estimated by compe
tent engineers to tie about one hundred-ml
lion dollars, exclusive of equipment.
Prospects for business,
The railroad connection between Omaha
and the East is now complete, and the earn
ings oftha Union Pacific on the sections al
ready finished for the first two weeks in May
were $113,000. These sectional earnings as
the road progiesses will much more than pay
the interest on the Company's bonds, and the
through business over the only line of railroad
between the Atlantic and Pacific must be im-
Value and Security of the Bonds.
The Company respectfully submit, that the
above statement of facts fully demonstratea
the security of their Bonds, and as addition al
proof they would suggest that the Bonds now
offered are less than ten million dollars on 517
miles of road, on which over twenty million
dollars have already been expended ;—on 330
miles of this road the cars are now running,
and the remaining 187 miles are nearly com
At the present tate of premium on gold these
bonds pay an annual interest on the present
Nine Per Cent
and it is believed that on the completion of th e
road, like the Government Bonds, they will
go above par. The Company intend to 'sell
but a limited amount at the present low rates
and retain the right to advance the price at
Subscriptions will be received in New York
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ROGERS' ELECTRO-MAGNETIC OIL,
the great king of aches and pains, is truly a
wonderful medicine for the cure of Rheuma
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April 20.-3 m.
THE CHAMPION CLOTHES WRINGER
0 ha's for Bale this celebrated 'Virrioger. with
or withoiit cog-wheels. This is now regarded
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The proprietors of this journal respectfully
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189 Broadway, New-York.
Bradley's Duplex Elliptic Hoop Skirt
TBE Wonderful flexibility and great com
fort and pleasure to any lady weanng the
Duplex Flliptic 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 a
small place as easily and conveniently as a
silk or muslin dices, 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 fora single day, will
never afterwards willingly dispense with their
use. For children, misses, and young ladies
they are superior to all others.
They will net bend or break like the Single
Spring, but will preserve their perfect and
grace shape when three or four ordinary skirt
will have been thrown aside as useless. The
hoops are covered with double and twisted
thread, and the bottom rods are not only double
springs, but.twice (or double) covered; pre
venting them from wearing out when dragging
down steps, stairs, fee.
The Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite with
all ladies and is universally recommended by
the Fashion - Magazines as the standard Buskin
the fashionable world.
To enjoy the following inestimable advents
ges in crinoline, viz: superior quality, perfect
manufacture, stylish shape and finish, fiexibil=
ty, durability, comfort and economy, enquire
or J. W. BRADLEY 'S Duplex Elliptic or
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particular to notice that skirts offered as "Du-
PLEY" have the red ink stamp, viz : "J. W.
Bradley's Duplex Elliptic Steel Springs," upon
ttie 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 braidedtogether there
in, which is the secret of their flexibility and
strength, and a combination not to be found in
any other Skirt.
ICS For sale in all stores where first class
skirts are 'sold, throughout the United States
and elsewhere. Manufactured by the sole
owners of the patent,
WESTS. BRADLEY h. CARY,
No. 97 Chambers and 79 & 81 Reade-its, N.Y
COLUMBIA INSURANCE CO.
JANUARY IST, 1867
CAPITAL AND ASSETS,
METH 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
SEVENTH ANNI7AL REPORT
Whole amount insured,
Less ain't expired in 1866,
$11,755,655 2 49
CAPITAL AND INCOME.
Amt, of premium notes, Jan. 1,
Len, preen um notes expired in
Balance of premiums, Jan. 1, '66, 6,609:15
Cash receipts,less commissions, in '66, 57,016:16
Due from agents and others, 8,664,56
Losses and expenses paid in 1866. 73,026:31
Losses adjusted, not due Jan 1, 2 67, 21,296,88
Balance capital and assets,
January 1, 1867,
A. S. GREEN, PRESIDENT,
GEORGE YOUNG, Jr., Secretary.
MICHAEL S. SHUMAN, Treaaurer.
-* - DiRROTORO :
Hiram Wilson.• William Patton,
Robert T. Ryon, ' John W. Steacy,
John Pendrieh„ George Young, Jr.
H. G. Minich, - Nicholas ArDenalit,
Samuel F. Eva kin, Win. Patton,
Amos S. Green. J. B. Bachman,
Robert Crane. -
Columbia, Match 30, 1867.-lr.
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itir RS. ROTH has just returned from the
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