The Weekly Mariettian. (Marietta, Pa.) 1860-1861, December 22, 1860, Image 3
Olt foal' Mattftian. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22,1860 MARIETTA CAR TIME: The following 18 the startiog time for leaving "Upper-Stationo, GOING EAST. Marietta Accommodation, at 7.50 Harrisburg Accommodation, 2.21 p. m. Mail Train, 646 P. m. Live Stock with Emigrant attached, 10:10 p. GOING WENT. Mail Train, 12.11 noon. Harrisburg I, Accommodation, 6.26 . ta. Expressfreight and Emigrant, 1.40 .1 1 . The Mail train East and Harrisburg A mon ,. madation West will pass at "Upper Station. FIRE AND Loss OF LIFE,: On Sunday evening about half past 8 o'clock, whilst nearly every person was .at church, afire bioke out in a two story frame building, built on the foot of William Singer's lot, in the alley, between Market and Wal nut streets and immediately opposite the stable of Mr. George Rudisill, Sr.' The property is owned by William Sing er, colored, but was occupied by' John W. Walker a colored barber. Walker and his wife having, as they 'thought fixed-up the fire—put the children to bed —five in number, and went to' churcli.— It is said the kitchen contained a barrel of shavings and that some damp wood bad been planed at the front of the stove to dry. The impression is that the wood caught, and, communicating with the shavings in the barrel, soon envsloped the inside of the house in a sheet of fire, for almost the moment the fire Waii covered it had progressed •so tar as .to leave nothing to be done to . save the building, which notwithstandtfig the , ex ecution of both fire companies, was soon burnt to the ground. Three of Walker's children, aged respectively 10, 8 thid`4, and a child aged 3} belonging to his sister-in-law, perished in the fiames. , -, 7 His oldest son, aged 13 years, watSsaved, through considerable difficulty, by Pla cing a board up tho side of the building, to the second story, and with a great deal of persuasion the lad ,waS induced to climb out of the window ,upon the board, and thus saved. The next morn ing a portion of the remains of the chil dren were found in the cellar amongst the charred remains of the building.— These remains were coined on Monday and buried in the A Mean burying ground. On Monday morning Mr.'ffhomae O. Child, of the Eureka Sash Factory, wait ed upon our citizens and - Solicited aid for Walker, who is no* trilly in object of sympathy. • "The Hudson Brothers "'gave couple of concerts in the Town Hall on Monday and Tuesday evenings. On Monday evening the audience being slira, they sang three or four pieces and dis missed until Tuesday evening, returning tickets to those in, good for.the next Qv"- ening. On Tuesday evening the Hall was well filled and we never listened to more enchanting muaio,, T,hey are, iu our opinion, superior to the " Continent als." ilarA grand exhibition will'be held in the M. E. Church, Marietta, on next Tuesday and Wednesday 4Verbings: ' A great variety of speaking pieeesoas well as singing with melodeon; Will fill 'np the programme each evening, making it very pleasing and entertaining as on for mer occasions. Proceeds for the Bene fit of the Sunday-School, No family tickets; admission each evening 1.0 cts., tickets to be had at any of the stores or at the church on the night of the exhibi tion. ifit „,„ Mr. W. H. Fortney has °paned out in the jewelry line,,on Market-st.; nextdoor to Mr. Nicholas Oliapman's. He has-quite a nice selection of alinost everything in his line. He isalso agent for 13ooth & Parmonter's Sewing Ma chine. §ee his card , in another column. SW Noel, " mine-host" of the Matz Ferry House, ventured tq ,cross the Sim quebanna over the ioe on Wednesday morning last, and stuiceeded planing a row of dead tree limbs—ltbus forming a guide for others passing over•L•the en tire width of the river. Wilke Lancaster - Exaener says : "We have heard of a project among some talon men to buy , Wheatland' from Mr. BuChattati, and ask as a special favor that he never return to Lancaster county again." •ilarSamnel H. 'Reynolds, And. J.. ) .13. Kariffrdan, Esq., have . beeif 'apribinted Notaries Public in place of Messrs. Ries and hicOleery of Lancaster city whose term of office expires with the •resent month. arCol. Brenizer, who has been teaCb bag penmanship in this place for the past three months, is about to leave for a new held'of operation. We have beard some of thp young men of his clue speak very Ina* of hiM as a teacher and a gentle man. lar An error crept into the advertise ment of gee:di:deist, Sawyer Sc Hies tend, in ouriiiitit. fibs not ichool Wi tenth ll open on Monday the ; 'the of A .ril. fi'The. Alitadt risks are about to sell their Mark -st. p etroperty: This is , . one of the most pleasant. places in shp borough for a residence or place of bnsi- cv - vt--faTEIE WEE kA 4 C 4, hi. To the Citizens of 'Marietta. FELLOW Cirrus:is :—A sari calamity has occurred in our town—the loss of four lives by the burning of a dwelling. And that fire might have been much greater, but for Providence who withheld the winds, and the noble few of his creatures, who worked hard and well to keep the flames from spreading to the numerous frame stables in the immediate vicinity. No thanks are due to the dainty fing ered chaps, who wrapped in their shawls, with' ladies ; ou their arms (or Wilding them up ?), were mere spectators in the way of the ."workies." Nor are thanks due to the property holders who grudged a little money, to repair our old Mat. Lyon engine—the most useful on this occasion—,-and who scolded and grum bled at the "Vigilant boys" having it, and croaked all kinds of evil prophecies if they were allowed to manage it. Nor do we owe thanks to the "shirking" and helpless officers and members of the other company, who skulked from duty, or made a great noise in giving orders in stead of quickly obeying the orders of their more active and useful officers and members. Nor are thanks owing to any of•the crowd who refused to form into line and ,supply the "Vigilant" with wa ter. Had these, and such as these, been the only persons there, the fire would have spread to the stables, and from thence to the houses by means of the connecting fences and buildings, and a great portion of onr beautiful town would have been a blackened andsmoking heap of ruins But thanks are due to God, and (under Him) to,the bold, fearless, hard-working "boys" of the "Vigilant Fire Company," who made the little old Mat. Lyon spout water to excellent purpose whenever water could be had. Then there was I A MERIC AN STOCK JOURNAL. The y ctoo mattersme nces one lady so active in passing the bncksts, DevotTehdirdespVeoclivainle m rjelant'iYngl,tolBgol-. that we must name her (Miss Flury)— mPstic animals. The largest and cheapest pa ppeorhcloifshLh N o n o d ta in ly the world. her example should have driven the at N 0.37 Park-Row, N. Y. idlers to work, for shame, seeing that Price One •Dollar per year in advance. neltherpuhlie spirit nor humanity could SpecimenflLeSSi....e..r, es tis .e.ditor and Proprietor. do, it. Our old neighbor, James Wilson, OTIS F. R. WAITE, Associate Editor. Papers giving the above advertisement three foremost in subscribing aid to the fire • insertions, and sending a marked copy to A. department,,was among the foremost in G. HATctr, Windsor, Vt., will receive a copy of the paper for one year free. forming the rankS, and working in them A. G. HATCH, General Agent, to supply the Vigilant with water. And many of the * Officers and members of the older company deserve great credit for their active and well directed labors.— ..4,nd there were some citizens who never worked before, that worked this time— : for them property was in danger. May they remember the aid received now, when their neighbors are in like danger I But, fellow citizens, we need "security , for. the future." Other fires may occur, and we must remedy defects in our lire department and our general customs at fires We want no mere spectators at fires.— Fires are not holiday exhibitions, given , gratis for shawled dandies and close-fist- I ed hunkers. We want officers who can and will direct, and men who. will obey orders and wprk. Let all other officers resign, and . other ,people keep quiet and out of the way. And we want laws pasied that will give officers and workers power to compel idlers to work or clear out. The "Vigilant" engine was dam aged—let it be repaired. And let the Citizens at once equip her "boys," and let thembe properly organized and en rolled into our tire department, for they are worthy, and will be needed. Will this "word to the wise" be."suf ficient ?" SAX'L D. Ilium. iy•Mr. John C. Ronk has stowed away in Cushman's building, opposite Mrs. Flury's, between three and four hundred buihels of very fins apples— different kinds—which he is . selling at from fifty to eighty cents per bushel.— Oertainly this is cheaper than we can buy them in our midst when we have a good crop at home. 'Dr. Haynes lectured in Temper ance Hall on Thursday evening to a rather slim audience ; his lecture how ever, was rather spicy and quite interest ing. The Dr. has taken quarters at the Donegal House, where he will remain until after Christmas, where he can be consulted. Marietta Select School ISAAC S. GEIST, H. H. SAWYER, TEACHERS. THEO. HIESTAND, 000 l— • THE session will commence on Monday, April Silt, 1861. to continue 12 weeks. The principle objects of every recitation will be to develope and train the mind—to cultivate habits of investigation and self-reliance—to improve the judgement, and thus strengthen and exalt the whole character. TERMS: Pupils of Primary Department, s2.oo lntermediate, 4.00 Secondary, High School, - 5.00 11.2- - No deduction except in protracted sickness. Marietta, December 15, 1860.4E1 IXTINTER GOODS. A large assortment y of Coat and Overcoat Cloths, Exits -heavy FaneyCassimeres Rich Velvet and Cashmere Vestings, Gents Shawls and Fur Mufflers, Scarfs, Neck-ties and Gloves. French Merinoes=very cheap, Cotontgs; Thibits and Mousede Leine, Superior Cloth Cloaks, Shawls of every shape, Zephyr Hoods, Gloves, &c. Together with a full assortment of Blankets, Counterpanes, it 51 in s, Checks. 'Pickings, Sheeting.% just received by SPANGLER & PATTERSON. Marietta, December 8, 1860. DST. Anew largo sized Scotch-Gingham LUmbrella, Paragon frame, black curved handle, with a 'dog - head on it. Any person hiving it in their possession will please return it to .1. M. ..knderson. C c n. . HASPS CONCENTRATED•L Y .E, su perior to any now J use,ean be had at the op .fore of Differabach. ,gr , e,sh. „gall it /Winter , Saada, JUST RECEIVED BY DIFFENI3 AC No. 61 MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PA. Is now placing on his shelves and ready for examination and sale, the largest and best selected stock of FALL AND WINTER Goons ever offered in this borough, to which he now invites the attention of the public. New Styles Dress Goods, Superior makes of Silks, ' A large assortment of Calicos Extra quality Muslins, all prices, Best make of Flannels, do A large stock of Shawls, ' Plain and Barred Sack'd Flannels. Purchasers are invited to examine our stock, as we are confident we can show them the best styles at the lowest prices, in connection with the largest stock of domestic goods. Satinetts and Cassimeres, Bleached and Unbleached Muslins. Delaines, Calicos and Ginghams, Drillings, Sheetings and Checks, Pant Stuff, Hickory and Tickings, Best makes of Canton Flannels, Splendid Calicos for six cents, Good quality Muslin, six cents, Plain and Figured Detains, l2a cents, Heavy Unbleached Muslins, six cents. ALL KINDS OF HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. Linen and Woolen Table covers. Plain, Ornamental and Oiled Window Blinds and Patent Fixtures, Wall Papers, Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths. Wall and Window Paper, Transparent Blinds. Glass, Queensware and Cedarware. Gaiters, slippers, Boots, Shoes, Brogans, &c. Very superior Syrup at 50 cents a gallon. All kinds of Liquirrs wholesale or retail A LARGE STOCK OF CHEAP GROCERIES. Rio Coffee at 15 cents, and other goods at cor respondingly low rates. The highest price given for Country produce. S. R. DIFFENBACH, ri O ME TO ANDERSON'S where will be j found the largest and best assortment of Fruits, and Confectionaries of all kinds, such as Figs, litates, a cask of excellent Cooking Pruens, Citron, Bunch, Seedless, Valencia and Layer P.asins, Currants, Cranberries, Hour hound & Flaxseed Cough Candy, Cough Drops, Pepper Candy, Preserved Fruit,Gum Fruit, Fig Paste, Oriental Pressed Figs, Cream Bonbons, Jully Lumps, Fine Vanilla Almonds, Cream Strawberries, Jujube'Paste, Rock Candy, Wis tar's Cough Candy, Walnut Candy, Maple, Strawberry and Gum Taffy, Fruit Candy and candies of every quality and price. at J. M. ANDERSON'S, Market-st., Oftletzciid siccizaf „gta-,1! OPENING THIS DAY—a magnificent as J sothrtent of NEW and GE MIMI& LADIES FURS. MEI= Mink Marten, Black Sable, Stone Marten, Brown Sable, Fitch Marten, Squirrel], Silver Marten, Muffs, in all the prevailing styles and at very low prices HALDEMAN'S CHEAP CASH STORE COLUMBIA : Nov. 24, 1860. A_ PPL E S. We are receiving our Winter it nit direct froth New York City. Among the varieties can be found Holland Pippins, Orange Pippins, Winter Greenings l Rhode Isrd Greenings, Baldwins, Tallman's Sweets. ttussetts, Spitsenberger's. Northern Spy, All No. One Apples FOR SALE CHEAP AT WOLFE'S. JOB PRINTING. Having very recently added a large and fash ionable assortment of Types and Printing met- ; Serials to " The Weekly Marietttan" pffice, - ichiCh will enable us to do all kinds of PLAIN fain FAREY PRINTIDIg, Stich as Cards, Ball Tickets, Circulars,-Protrammes, 331anks, SCandbills,yasters, Sale Bills, &c. And fact everything in the Jos PRINTING line neatly—at ehort notice and at'as low rates as can be done in the county. Estate of JacotrGrosh, Deceased, Late of Marietta. LETTERS of Administration, with the Will annexed, having been granted to the un dersigned, they therefore notify all indebted to said Estate to make immediate payment ; and all who have claims against the same, to, pre sent them for settlement, to A. B. GROSS, C. C. P. 1 411.0811, Administrato t s with the Will annexed. Marietta, Nov. 17, IS6O-6t. T. A. CONGDON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MARIETTA, PA., Opposite the residence of Col. J. W. Clark. Prompt attention given to securing and collect ing Claims, and Orphans' Court business generally. Will attend to business in Lancaster and adjoining counties. Conveyancing and other writings promptly executed. PR. J. Z. HOFFER, DENTIST, OF THE BALTIMORE. COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY, LATE OF HARRISBURG, PA. OFFICE: Front street, fourth door from Locust, over*Saylor & McDon-isSiss a • aid's Book Store, Columbia.. Entrance be ween the Drug and Book Stores. [3-1y DANIEL G. BAKER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, LANCASTER, PA OFFICE :—No. 24 NORTH DUKE ' STREET, opposite the Court House, where he will at tend to the practice of his profession in all its various branches. [Nov. 4, ,69.-ly T UST RECEIVED at Anderson's Confec t) tionary and Variety Store, in Market-st., a fine assortment of children's gigs„ baskets wagons, perambulators, wheelbarrows, toys rocking horses, wagons, drums, Children's Gigs, Wheel Barrows, Sleighs, Hobby Horses, China and Paper Toys, Dolls of every size material BlaCit and White. Animals of all kinds and an endless variety of Holiday gifts. J. M. Anderson's, Mdrket-st. PRIME GROCERIES : Rio, Java and Laguira Coffee ; Crushed, Pulverized and Blown Sugar; Superior Green and Black Tea; Rice, Cheese and Spices; Syrup and prime ba king Molasses; Excellent Pearl Barley at J. B. DIFFENBACH'S. pI-10TOGRAPHY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, executed in the best style known in the art, AT C. G. CRANE'S GALLERY,. No. 532 Arch at., ast of Sixth, Philadelphia. 11:Life size in Oil 014 Pastil, Stereoscopic Portraits, Anuorotype ,. , Daguerreotypes, 4c., for Cases, Medalions, Pins, Rings, &c. [ly C 0 14 1 E K W R 1 - 31 1 A O S A S Time Keepers, for One Dollar. `Nalefies and Jewelry carefully re paired and charges moderate, at WOLP WS. BS , Spokes, Felloes, Wagon Bows n_ Oil Cloth, Varnishes, &co. STERRETT CO. DROPS : Stewart's New-York Gum Mops, S varieties, at Wolfe's. ONIEzM ADE IVIINCE MEAT,—only 12 11 Cents per pound at J. M, Anderson's. 4 4 4 4 4 14 D R. ESENWEIN'S TAR & WOOD NAPTIIA PECTORAL! IS THE BEST HEOICINE IN THE WORLD FOR THE CURE OF Coughs and Colds, Croup, Bronchitis, Asthma, Difficulty in Breathing, Palpitation .of The Heart, Diptheria, and for The relief of patients IN THE ADVANCED STAGES OF CONSUMPTION, together with all Diseases of the Throat and Chest, and which predispose to Consumption. It is peculiarly adapted to the radical cure of Asthma. Being prepared by a practical phys ician ant druggist, and one of great experience in the cure of the various diseases to which the human frame is liable. It is offered the afflicted with the great est confidence. TRY IT and be convinced that it is invaluable in the cure of Bronchial affec tions. PRICE FIFTY CENTS PEA BOTTLE. Prepared only by DR. A. BSENWEIN & CO., DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS, N. W. QUI. 9th & Poplar Streets, Philadelphia. Sold by every respectable Druggist and Dealer in Medicines throughout the State. April 7, 1860-Iv. "[TOWARD ASSOCIATION, Philadelphia. A Benevolent Institution established by special endowment, for the Relief of the Sick and Distressed, afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic Diseases, and especially for the cure of Diseases of the Sexual organs. Medical advice given gratis, by the Acting Surgeon, to all who apply by letter, with a description of their condition, (age, occupation, habits of life, &c.,) and in cases of extreme poverty, medicines furnished free of charge. Valuable Reports on Spermatorrlicea, and other Diseases of the Sexual Organs, and on the New Remedies employed in the Dispensary sent to the afflicted in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Two or three postage stamps will be acceptable to pre-pay postage. Address, DR. J. Sirriaan HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. .2 South 9th St., Philadelphia. By order of the Directors. EZRA D. HEARTWELL, President? GEORGE FAIRCHILD, Secretary 7 1° tv .cr ■ t d 2qg t 2 -1 z, m . rn .-3 gc-ft,„ 1-1 •1 4 1 61. aq 'l4 5;.'- E 6stg 2.0 Z=4. 4 to g. %• ® &/oyA§f A. a (71 , t g P c r; - a N. 0 5 . . g • E. , • , b.l "1..• •:.?.. r.l= ca 4. r , Er A 4. ' . .. 2 B NN EM AN. .1111 1 , To his MARIETTA Friends nr'&.l rjE has romoved from Centre Square,to _n . WEST KING-ST:, LANCASTER, Op posite Cooper's Hotel, where he has the finest BOOT AND SHOE S TORE IN LANCASTER CITY. He makes fine calfskin Boots (the best) for $4l Calfskin Walking Shoes, - 8 2 4 5 Ladies Half Gaite is, (double soles) $2,00 Ladies Morocco Boots, (heels) $l, 2 1 He has concluded to make the,best wpriat somewhat reduced prices,and hypes by so doing to enlarge and increase his business. El= 11:' Mending of every kind neatly done, - Oilizens of Marietta:—When yon come to Lancaster, give BRENNEMAN a call ,and you will surely be pleased with his work. September 15, 1860, 9-tf ° ' AV A C B ES GIVEN AWAY!! A Gift Valued from Two Dollars to One Hun dred Dollars given with every Book sord at Retail Prices ! At least One Watch is GuarrEinteed to every twelve books. These inducements are offered by the SUFFOLK EXCHANGE COMPANY, 37 Park Row, Nevi York: The Most Extensive and the" Most' Liberal Gift Concern an existence. Established in 1860 Send for a Odalogne. Those who have pa'ronized other Gift - Houses are particularly requested to acquaint tnem selves with .our terms. Ouraaducements are unrivalled, and put all others in the shade. The following are.some of the Gifts to pur— chasers of books : English Lever Gold Watches, _Hunting Cases. Patent Lever, , g " ' Ladies' Lever rQ a .f Open Face. Detached Lever Silver Watches,-Hunting Case, Lepine Silver Watches, Open Face. • Gold Lockets, Various Sizes. Ladies' and Gents' Gold Chains, various Styles. Ladies' and Gents' Gold Sleeve Buttons and Studs, all Patterns. Gents' Bosom Pins, New and Rich Styles. Gold Pencils and Pens. Ladies' and Gents' Gold Rings. Gold Watch Keys and Belt Pins. A great variety of Ladies' Jewelry, Pins and Ear-Drops, comprising all the styles now worn, such as Cameo, Mosaic, Gold Stone, Lava, Florentine, &c., &c., &c. Gold Bracelets ' all Styles. The Liit of Books comprises a great assort ment of standard works in , every department of literature, interesting to the young and o ld. Do not fail to send For a catalogue. Catalogues mailed free to any address. Apply to SUFFOLK EXCHANGE C MP ANY, 37 Park Row, New York City. Branch Office, No. 116 Washxngton Street, Boston, Mass. Dec. S, 1880-5 t WINES & LIQUORS. H. D. BENJAMIN, • Wine 4. Liquor Dealer, Picot Building Front Street, Marietta, Pa. BEGS leave to inform the public that he will continue the WINE & LIQUOR busi ness, m all its branches. He will constantly keep on band all kinds of Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scorch Whiskey, Cordials, BitterS, Benjamin's justly celebrated ROSE WHIS KEY always on hand. A very surerior OLD RYE WHISKEY list received, which is.warranted pore. R:r. All H. D. B. now asks of the public is a careful examination of his stock and pri ces, which will, he is confident, result in Ho tel keepers and others finding it to their ad vantage to make their purchases from I im. COAL OIL LAMPS : Just received a new and large assortment of new-style Coal Oil Lamps—superior to anything now in use, and cheaper than they can be bought in town. GROVE Sc ROTH. LAMPS! LAMPS! SHADES, &C. The undersigned has received another lot of Fluid and Coal Oil Lamps, and Lamp Shades of every variety and price. Call and see them at Dr Hinkle's Drug Store: I,IRESH SUPPLY of Candies, Nut's, Raisins r Lemons and Apples just receiving at Jiff. M. Anderson's. CH AMP AGN ' and other Table 'Wines, j guarranteed to be pure, and sold us low as can be bought in Philadelphia or New-York. BENJAMIN gr. I. Oi l SACKS OF GROUND ALUM SALI Vjust received and will be sold below tbe old prices, by J. R. DIFFENRACEL 1000B POUNDS at Prime York . Count uny uckwhe flour, by the hdred or single pound. For sale at WOLFE'S. EXCELLENT Cooking and gating Apples always ou ,liand at Anderson'v TO HUNDRED BUSHELS , of , good po tatoes for sale at WOLFE'S. fr HE ONLY PREPARA NON Haring proofs so strong and direct as to EXPEL THE DOUBTS OF ALL. For Statesmen, Judges, Editors, Physicians of the oldest schools as well as new, give it their unqualified sanction, and recommend it for all cases of eruptions, and diseases of the scalp and brain ; but all who have used it, unite, in testifying that it will preserve the hair from being gray, and from falling to any age, as well as restore. Read the following:— Oak Grove, S. C , June 24th, 1859. PROF. 0. J. 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I consideryour re storative as a very wonderful Invention, quite efficacious as well as agreeable. S. THALRERG. THE RESTORATIVE is put up in bottles of three sizes, viz : large, medium, and small ; small holds i-a-pint,amtretails for $1 a bottle; the medium holds at least twenty per cent more in.proportion- than the 'emall,retads for $2 per bottle ; the large holds a quart, 40 percent , more in proportion, and retails for $3. 0.. J. WOOD &; CO., Proprietors . , No. 444 Broadway, New-York, and 114 Market Street, St. Louis, Me:, ft3=`And sold by-all good druggists and fancy goods dealers. • [v7-7-14-3M. ti 0 p tc, 0 t 4 C „.„ t.l co 'u o by 1-3 0 a.x Cc/a t-3 0 , 3 t 4 (71 0 rxj BANK NOTlCE.—Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, have formed an as suctation and prepaid.a certificate for the pur-, pose of Establishing a bank of issue discount and deposit, under the provisions of the act en titled "an act to establish a system .of free banking in •Pennsylvania, and to secure the, public against loss from insolvent Banks" ap proved the 31st day of March The Bank to be called Bank.of Marietta to be located in the borough of Marietta and bouu-, ty of Lancaster, to. consist of a Capital Stock of One Hundred Thousand Dollars in Shares of Fifty Dollars each, and it is contemplated to increase the Capital Stock to the amount of Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. James L. Shultz,, Henry IVlusselman, John Kline, John Miller, John W. Clark, S. F. Eagle, Aaron Gable, Doe. J. Grove, James Mebaffey, B. F. Hiestand,.. John Becker, &inn. Patterson, John R. Diffenbach, David Harry, Thomas. Zell, A. fF. Cassel. Barr Spangler, [lB-6nt Civil' Enijaneer, S!zrveyor, Conveythicer and Tiraughtsman, hfain-st.; Mountjoy, Lancaster Co., Pay ALI. kinds of land surveying and dividing. levelling of water courses, roadsi&c. Ac curate, and neat plain and - ornamental, Mapping and draughiing of town plans, large lsfidect es tates, &c. MecAanics', Quarriers , and Both work measured and estimated. 'DeedS, - Rerea ses, Powers 'Of attorney and other legal instru ments neatly and icouraWy. diniVn. Esedu tors', Administrathis?; Assignees' and ~Guard ians accounts ststed. DI- He is also Agent for the sale of the Ridgeway Farm and Land Company's Lands in Elk County, Pa. - COmfroinicatiOns by letter promptly attended to". “Quick•iisks and small_ profits.” .GEO, H. raTtA, LUMBER, TIMER AB1,1) CZAL COMMISSION . MERCJJANT, Marietta, laneaeter County, Pa. YARD on the River Bank, opposite the old and well known ,4 FLURY'S Rpir.L." Raving opened a Yard for the transaction of a Commission Business, I would respectfully solicit consignments, and pledge myself to use my utmost exertions' for the best interest of my patrons. I feel assured of my ability to obtain the highest market rates and effect sales of all articles that may be en trusted to may care. I will be readiat all Ames to make purchases or attend to any bu tiness the public may feel disposed to place in my charge, and all instructions punctually car ried out. Advances made on consignments. Jlitnuary.2l 2 - 1866.-ly* REVERE HOUSE, (FORMERLY EAGLE ROTEL.) No. 227 North Third Street; Phila THIS- house is situated in the most business part of the city, has one hundred and thirty rooms; large Parlors and every room is newly furnished and is considered one of the finest Hotels of its class in Philadelphia; ithas erect ed a large observatory where persons can have a fine view of the City, Delaware river, &c., &c.,; it is Also supplied with hot and cold water Bathes, which will be free of charge for the guests of the House ; City Cars will take you to the Revere Houser Our charge is moder ate, $1.2.5 per day ; persons visiting , the city will please come and try the Revere House and we pledge.ourselves that we will endeavor to use our best efforts to make it appear like home. CHARLES J. FABER, of Reading, will have charge'of the Office, G. W. HIN,KLE, formerly of the States Union Hotel and latterly of,theNnited. States Hotel, Atlantlenity, N. J., ,PROPRIETOR. JAMES M. ANDERSON respectfully an nounces to the citizens of Marietta and vi cinity, that he has Jost received' direct from the eastern markets' one of the largest and best as sorted stocks if Confection,asy,ever offered in this borough; consisting orCuridies, Foreign Fruits, and Nuts, Toys, and fiNday Presents endlesss variety. Coine and. seehrnd be con vinced of the fine as,seirtmenf , and the .low pri ces at which everythineVihis line ifi4•lling. DA G AT EL ICE:—An excellent Ili . igatelle Tiblelbi este inquire at thietiffice. riTOTT'S. flanging and. Side tamps, For Nide at GROVE 4 RDTSP.t' CON STATIT„LY on MO/long .. .?.hela.r,ec,_ tifid•lVOlTy.." tehyaviin e J. R. HOFFER, HEALTH - AND ITS , PLI:ASUitES! OR, DISEASE AND ITS AGONIES! .--- 0 - CHOOSE.HETWEEN THEM. OLLOWAY'S PILLS. NERVOUS DISORDERS. What is more fearful than the breaking down of the nervous system? To be excites ble or nervous in a small degree is most dis treising, for where Min a remedy be found?— There is one :---ctrink but little wine, beer, or spirits, or far better, none ; take no coffee,— weak tea being preferable; get,all the fresh air you can ; take tree or four Pills every night; eat plenty of solids, avoiding the use of slops ; and if these p,oldon rules are followed, you will be happy in mind and strong in body, and forget you have any nerves. MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS. If there is one thing more than another for vvLich these Pills are so famous itistheirpuri— , lying properties, especially thOr power of cleansing the- blood from all 'impurities, and removing dangerous andauspended secretions. Universally-adopted as the one'grand remedy for female complaints; they never fail, never weaken the system, and always bring about what is-required: SICK HEADACHES' AND vv ANT OF AF- PETITE • These feelings which so sadden us, most fr-e quently arise from annoyances or trouble, from obitructed perspiration, or from eating and drinking what is unfit • for 'us, thus disordering the liver and stomach. These orgsmi must be regulated if you wish to be Well. The Pills, if taken according" to ;the Minted instructions, will quickly restore a healthy action to both liver and'atentadh,4hence folloW as a natural consequence, a good appetite and a clear head. In the But an. 4 West Indies scarcely any other medicine is everused for these disorders. . . • DISORDERS OF THR KIDNEEN. In all diseases affecting these organs, wheth er they seorete too much or too little water; or whether they be afflicted with stone or gravel or with aches and pains settled in the loins over the rations of the kidneys, these Pillii should be taken according to the printed direc tions, and the Ointment ahould be well rubbed into the small of the back at bed time. This treatment will give almost immediate rehet when all other means haYe‘failed, FOR STOMACHS OUT OF ORDER. No medicine will so effectually improve the stomachtone of the as these Pills • they remove all acidity, occasioned either by intemperance or improper diet. They _reach the liver and reduce , it to a healthy action ;. they are wonderfully efficacious in ,case of spasm,—in fact they never fail in curing all disorders of the liver and Stomach. Holloway's Pals arethe best remedy known in the - world for the fallowing diseases. Ague, • Dropsy; Inilatanuition, Asthma: , • 'Elysentery, Jaundice, • Bilious Complaints, Erysipelas, Liver Com. Blotches on.the Female plaints, Skin, regularities, ; Lumbago, Bowel Complaints, Fevers of all Piles, C01ic,,., kinds, • Rheumatism , Constipation of the Fits, " Retention of Bowels, Gout, Urine, Consumption, Dead-ache, Scrofula, or Debility, Indigestion, King's Evil, Stone and Gravel, Tumours, Sore Throats, Secondary Symp- Ulcers, • Venereal At . toms, Worms,of all tedium Tic-Douloureux, kinds, Wealtneas,&c. Catrrion r.---None are genuine :unless the Win* "HOLLOWAY, NEW YORK AEI? Lox:: DON," are disCernible as a Water-mark in every leaf of the book of directions around each pot or box; the same msybe, plainly sett' by lfdd ins; the leaf The A blindrionle will be giveb to illy'rine reniering such infer motion as may lead to the , detectiqn of atkY party Or parties counterfeiting the metheinesor vending the same, knowing there to be spa- Sold at,the Manufactory, qf, Professor Mx. LOWAY, 80 Maiden Lane, New Yorkot_anif by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medi ‘cine, throughout the civilized world, in boxes let 25 bents, 62'celits and $1 each.' 11 There is considifibla _saving. by takiar. the laiger .• • N B.—Directions for the guidance of patients in every, disorder are. affixed to each box, [7-8 NEWGOODS. SPANGLER-8c: PATTERSON, 111 . 061eihst.'; Illarietta, Pa. AA, RE ,noa , ,aupplied With a general ASSORTKENT OF FALL & WINTER GOODS, and evexy,thin_g desirable to their line. MEN AND BOY'S WEAR. Superior,Silk Velvet, Grenadine and Woolen . Vestings French Silk-miged Doeskin and plain Cassim e res, Cloths, of _all grades, for Coats, Over-coats and Business suits, Union Caisimeres, Sattinetts, Plaid and Plain Jeans, Lamh's-wool, Silk arid Cotton Shirts and Drawers, Gloves, Wool aim cotton HosierY, Suspenders, , Cravats, Neek4ies„Shirt breasts and collars, Boy's and Mena Shawls, Grieket Jac k s ts , , childrea°s, youth's, find men's Cap and Soft liats. LgDIE DEPARTMEN'r. Black. Bayadare and Fancy . Plaid Silks, Figured and plain Merinos, in all colors, French WoolDeLames, in beautiful depli r re, Manchester and Pacific Castim,eres andye Laines, .Rep I9politans, Moutidng TitMt . - cloths, Coburgs, Bombazines, „Alpacas Lavellas„ English and American 4-4 Chintz, . ,Boquel . ark other new style Prints, Rich Plindi and neat 'fig'd Merinos for misses. SHAWLS. Stella and Merino bordered, Ednelle, Onitimy Jacquard, superior . Gay and Plain 4 and 8 Quarters ,Beavy shawl's, a variety of , Shawls, i Op,of a Caps, Zephyr shawls and Capes. CLOAK'S! OLO ? 4 Cloth Talmas. and Dusters, several :styles of heth, for .olaoks and . Wines, Sacking and Skirting Flannels, Bekver Kid and Bad4lik Gloves and &mullions, Enlinoidered Sleeves and collars, Chenele,..Braid and Bead Bead Nets, Diamond Ruffling of all widths, all of the new styles Of, dress trimming, Split Ze phyr, Shetland Wool, 'Crochet Braid, &c., &c. • HOUSE. FURNISHING While and Grey linen and cotton table - elothi", Cotton Biaper and crash Toweling, Sheeting, Checks and ticking,'Cradle, Crib and Bed Blarkkets,Alarimilleli Quilts and Counterpanes, Bureau Covers, Embossed Table Covers, 4, 6 and 16 ivaitersFloor Oil . Clops, Prime Live picked Feathers. CARPETSS 40 pieces of Carpel in various ) qualities, froni common to medium and; Extra. Three ,Ply, DECOR.I7'IPE PAPER. As full an assortinent as Can;he found in the county, of the choicest Gd ..,t,, Glazed and coin- Moo Wall 'aper for Parlors, Chainbers, Haas, Offices, Ike., with Pannels,lmps& Borders. , 4.3ILOCRIES., • 6 1 Best liejiized White - ,,amdc.,Bxesats Sugars ;. Choice Green: andsliado Tear; :grira Fine Orleans Moinsect; • Lovering.and other Syrupsky , Rio, Java and Laguira C'OFF,E.F.SltYlirina; Tuproca and Corn , Starch Split long Beans; Cheese; Rice and Bliitimi..netivdDried Peaches and Apples';: , kkrckerall" Shad and Herring, all of which hive been bought Sin dtisa . iand - v(4O . at a very,tukall advance . on „cost , pu~Aelidt and make your purchases or .send- its *lli Or ders, early. , ' TATIONA,II, largesttaw • p 0 town.at IGTove Roth's. • • BOIILIyN'S lo4g celebrated , BENJAMIN 41-C6V F GOODWIN'S & BRO's. jalgritalion Chewing Tottacco. The, logit in ';"; NYAr l 4 l %.,.W'r *le 1 4 • Nv.0...1.41% - . . FIaTIT nowoellinHe ohm) D Fr.ENIIA.C4II'S.