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EL I )(IR PROPYLAmi ki
• ..f il vto II
havo iotroth...:ed tD
the of the !medical profession of this
C01111: - ;:. I'l2re Chloride of .Pro-
.EAT ;,-Dr Po R TIE UMAT ;
A liaviN,.; received from many sources, both
I, o ro roy,iciaris of the highest standing and
rbtleering twimonials of Its real value
from puterts, the most
in 'l;2 tweatment of this painful and obstinate
disease, we are induced to present it to the
pusu i❑ a form READY FOR IMMEDIATE USE,
1714th we hope will commend itself to those
who arc suffering with this afflicting complaint,
and to the nvedical practitioner who may feel
disposed to test the powers of this valuable
EL/Xlit PIMPTLA MINE, in the form above
spokei or, has recently been extensively ex-
perimented with in the
and with marked success (as will appear from
the published accounts in the medical journals.)
is carefully put up ready for immedi-
ate use, with full directions, and can be ob-
tamed from all the druggists at 75 cents per
bottle, and at wtolosale of
BULLOCK & CRENSHAW,
Druggists and Manufacturing Chemists,
STILL IN THE UNION
OHN CRULL, EIATTER,
NO, 92 MARKET STREET, MARIP.I"rA
AXES this method of informing his old
friends and the .public generally, that he
has re i taken his old-stand (recently occupied
by George L. Muckley,) and is now perm:A
DC/lily fixed to prosecute
THE RA'T'TING BUSINESS
IN ALL ITS nRANCIIES,
Havircjust returned from the city where he
selected huge. vbri, d and fashionable assort
ment of everything in the
HAT AND CAP LINE,
and now, only asks an examination of his
stork and prices, before purchasing elsewhere.
Having also laid in a stock of flatting materi
al, he will be enabled, at short notice, to man
ufactuie all quid:lies—from the common Soft,
to the most :141shionable Silk Hat.
EMPloying none but the best of workmen,
and manufacturing good goods at low prices,
he hopes.to merit-and receive a liberal share Of
patronage.public la-The highest price paid .
for Furs,—in trade or cash.:
Marietta, March 9, 1861.
wA T EI ES, e t a
Sewelry, Silver and. Plated Ware.
liT7ILI H O LDEN , 708 MARKET-ST,
importer of Clocks, Watches 'and Jewelry.
Invites special attention to his full supply of
Watches, of American, tuglish and Geneva
Manufacture. Jetedry of elegant designs,
Silver.t Plated Tare of the best quality,
With on extensive assortment of Superior.
In style and price adapted to the wants of all.
Gond goods and fair prices is my principle.
rrAlso, to hiS Patent Shirt Studs, being of
novel construction, possessing advantages over
soy other invention. .
Philadelphia, March 23, IS6I-ly.
Myer's ',World's Fair Prize Medal
Attention AR called to the recent improve
ments, in winch the greatest possible
VOLUME OF TONE
has been obtained, without sacrificing any of
the well lcnowa 67 , cetness and brilliancy of
these lintruments. This, with an improved
touch and action, renders the Pianos anew' cit
ed. The dull end 'muffled or maieliie wiery
one is entirely ., avoided. All Instruments
win touted to, stand alt climates.
Varerooms, 7522 ARCII Street, PII ILADEL
rti lA, Pa."
PIANOS and MELODEONS for sale and
Iteparing, in all its lvaliches, carefully al
[Sept. 7, 3rao
MARIETTA 111:111 Y 11.11).
Dole,wfs, :rob) bs, 11.1L10 FN:101m,
11,1.01:47,11, .QA 13LE, Marble. Mason,
Opposite the 7'olon Hall Park .0;
mug Marble . !nisi:lead in all its brandies,
ft will be continued at the old plane near
the Town Hall and opposite Funk's Cross Kbys
Tavern, where every deseriptiOn of marble
work will be kept on baud or wade to order at
shert notice and at very reasonatde print's.
Marietta,Vune 29,18 W. ,
A LEXANDEA LYNDSAY,
1 . 1 Fadlienzable
Boot and Shoe Manufacturer,
MAILkET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN.
Would most respectfully inform the citizens
'of this Borough and neighborhood that he has
the largest assrtmerit of City Made work in
his line ofbusiness in this Borough, and be-
im;a firactieiti BOOT AND SHOE - MA KER
himself 2 is enablea to select with more judgment
than those Who are not. He continues to man
ufadurc in the very best mariner everything
in the BOOT AND SHOE LINE, which he
will warrant for neatness and good fit.
and examine his 'stock 'before pur
,1 . 1 EC": W. WORRALL,
sum h:ON DENTIBT,
:Having removed to the Booms formerly occupied
try Dr. Swentzel, adjoining Spangler 4- Pat
tgr4oWs Store, Market Street, where he Is now
prepared to wait on all who may feel
disposed to patronize him.
'Dentistry in, all as ;ranches car
ried env' int TR inserted on the most approved
principle: , of Dental scienne. All operations
on the mouth performed in a Bkiiiftli and
workmanlike manner—on fair principles and
ON VERY. REASONABLE TERMS: /
Having determined upon a permanent lbca
:tioa at this place, would ask a cent:Lomita:lu
of the liberal patronage heretofore extended
'to him, for which he will render every possi
Ether administered to proper persons
r. LOWS HOTEL,
1,3 CHESTNUT -I;T., ABOVE MIND,
In •th 4 e i mmediate neighborhood of the Jobbing
'louses on Market, Third and Chestmit-sts.,
Yanks, Po'st Office; Meichants' Exchange,
&c., &e., ,te".
BOARD, PER DAY, $1.50.
Accommodation when required on the Euno-
PEAM.PLAN : Rooms groin 50 cents and up
wards, per day, and Meals at ti
licstaityvnt attached to the Ilotel. Prices
according to the Bills y fare.
fl:e city Cars take passengers from stuy station
zo cr CLOSE To the lintel.
En!;lish, french, (le - rinan and Spanish
July 20-Iyd spoken.
Iron ]!asters look to your Interests !
The Improved Black Hawk
CAST IRON GRE WASHER,
MANUFACTURED AND SOLD BY
CrBRYAN & HOPKINS,
Marietta, Lancaster county, Pa.
The Undersigned will constantly keep on
hand and make to eider at short notice the
above celebrated machine, the beat in the Uni
ted States! They will warrant Weir machines
to run lighter, lust longer and wash charier and
with less water than any other machine now
in use. They can be easily put together on the
hank. All orders addressed to either of the
undersigned will meet with prompt attention.
r..r They are also prepared to sell individu
al, County and State Rights.
BERNARD O'BRYAN. •
October 13, 1860. v7-no.l Iy
JACOB A WISNER'S
TOBACCO, MAR Sr, SNUFF STORE,
Opposite the Cron Keys Hotel,
ITIHE. undersigned would respectfully inform.
the public that he still continues, at the
old stand, corner of Second and Walnut streets,
directly opposite the Cross Keys Hotel, to keep
on hand and for sale, all kinds of cigars from
Half Spanish up, in prices from $6, $7 $2O to
$BO per thousand. TosAcco.—Natural Leaf,
Excelsior' Cavendish, Orem:lke Virginia, Con
gress Fine Spun Ladies Twist, Coarse Spun
Twist, Eldorado, Jewel of Ophir tobacco, An
derson's best line-cut. All kinds of fine Ci
gars manufactured of imported stock. SIXES
HALF SPANISH. Rappee Snuff and all kinds
Fine-cut Smoking Tobacco. Scented snuffs,
Fancy Pipes, Cigar Tubes-, [ jan. 30,'58
DR J. H. GROVE.
Pt $OO, &e,
MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PA.
he l i . s l) c l o l l e i r s eh tan y tiy inf r o e r e m eiv t i l n ie g p f t
j th es li l e )
u t a n d o ;.
(ions. to his drug stock, and at all times keep
ou hand a eornytetu.assso:tment of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints,
Oils, .Varnishes, Dye-Stu f fs, Glass,
Whitelead, Brushes of all kinds,,
and everything usually kept by druggists and
An assortment of alt kind of LAMPS, for
running Fluid, Pine Oil or Coal Oil. Lamp
Tops, Wicks and Oils constantly on hand.
A nicely selected-lot of all kinds of STA
TIONARY, Envelopes, Pens, Pen-holders,
Inks, &c., of all grades and at all prices.
. Perfumery, Pomades, Soaps, Tooth Washes
and an endless variety of Fancy and Toilet ar
ticles, all of which will be sold at reasonable
prices. [Jan S-35-ly
SOMETHING FOR THE TIMES!!
A'ICECESSIT V IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD ! ! !
JQHNS & GROSLEY'S
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE.
The Strongest Glue in the World
For Cementing Wood, Leather, Glass
Ivory, China, Marble, Porcelain, C 0412,
Alabaster, Bone, 4 . c., IST.,
the only article of the 'kind ever produced
which will withstand Water. .
E XTRA CTS.
" Every housekeeper should have a supply
of Johns &Grosley's American Cement Glue."
—New York Times.
is so convenient to have in the house."
—New York 1.11.-press.
"It is always ready; this commends it to
every body."—N. Y. Irulepfndent.
" We have tried it, and find it as useful in
our :house us water."—Wilkes' Spirit of the
Price 25 Cents per - Cottle. •
Very Liberal Reductions to Wholesale
D For - sale by' all Druggists and Store
ketigeraXenerally throughout the country.
(We Manufacturersi) 9S WILLIAM STREET )
(Corner of Liberty. Street,), NEW YORK.
July 13-1 year].
riedpersous, or those about to be mar
ried,o both male andlemale, in every
,concerning the physiology and
relations of.,oursexual system, and
the proilucDon or prevention of offspring in
cluding all, the new discoveries never before
given in the'English language, by WILLIAM
yPIJNO,..AI.,:n. This is realy a valuable and
interesting w,ork._ .It is written in 'plain lam,
guage for the general reader, and is illustrated
with numerous flpgrpvings. All young mar
ried peoplC, or those contemplating marriage,
and' having the least impediment to married
life, should read this book. It discloses secrets
that every one should be acquainted with ; still
it is a book that Must be locked up, and not
lie at out the house. It will be sent to any one
on the receipt of tiventy-tive cents, in specie or
postage stamps. Address Dr. Wax. YOUNG,
No. 416 Spruce at. abnVe 4th, Philadelphia.
AFFLICTED AND UNFORTUNATE: No mat
ter what may be your disease before you place
yourself under the care of any one of the no
torious nuacks---na4e or fOreign—who dver 7
tise to this or any other.paper, ,Get a copy of
either of Dr. Young's Books, and read it care
iully; it may be the means of saving you many
a dollar, your health, and possibly your life.
Dr. You:so can be consulted on any of the
diseases described in his publications, at his
office . , No. 416 Spruce-st., above Fourth.
~ PILO GALLER Y,
No. 724 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
One of the largest and most complete Galleries
in the United States, where the best Pic
tures, known to the Photographic art,
at prices no higher than are paid
for miserable caricatures.
The Proprietor, a practical Photographer, at
tends personally, every sitting—and allows no
picture to leave the Gallery unl , ss it gives per
Daguerreotypes and Ambrotypes of absent
•or deceased ft Minis, photographed to any de
aired size; or taken on Canvass, life size, and
painted in Oil by, the hest Artists.
At this Gallery pictures can be taken in any
weather—as perfect in cloudy, days as when
the sun shines.
Persons visiting the city are respectfully in
vited to examine our speciMens, which for
price and quality defy competition.
Zr Instructions given in the art of Photog
iaphy. , R. NEWELL,
Gallery of Art, 724 Arch St., Philadelphia.
From Hon. Lewis D. Campbell, M. C., Ohio.
My family and friends all concur in the opin
ion that the (Newell) Picture is more life4ike
than anything they ever saw. My likeness
has boson repeatedly taken by artists in various
ways, but I have never yet had one which pre
sents so true to nature, all the features and ex
Pressionsif countenance as this.
From lion. E. Joy Morris, late Minister to
The exquisite finish, beauty and softness of
your portraits, conjoined with their durabdity
of color and faithfulness us likencssses, cannot
fail to commend them to the attention and pa-
tronago of all who appreciate true art.
From Col. Times Page.
Having occasion for a portrait, I procured
one from Mr. Robert Newell, of the city of
Philadelphia, a miniature hr Oit Colors, under
the ' nen, process discovered by /tun,- and take
great pleasure in expressing the satisfaction giv
en me, not only by the accuracy of the likeness,
but its artistic finish in all respects; andrecoin
mend hint to the patronage of those disposed to
encourage the beautiful art
Nov. 24, 1860.-1 A
lark SACKS OF GROUN WALLIN. SALT
IJUriust received and will be sold below the
old prices, by J. R. DIFFENBACEI.
TIYOTT'S Hanging end• Side Lamps,
LI For Dale at Jill. GROVE'S.
God Save the Gonunoluvealth
For the General Election for 1861
TN Pursuance of the duties imposed by the
Election laws of the State of Pennsylvania,
S. W. P. BOYD. High Sheriff of Lancaster
county, do hereby publish and give notice to
the qualified citizens, electors of the several
Wards, Townships, Districts and Boroughs of
the City and County of Lancaster,
that a gen
eral Election will be held on TUESDAY,
THE Sill DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT., 1861,
at the several places hereinafter designated,
to elect by ballot:
ONE PERSON duly qualified for President
Judge of this Judicial District.
ONE PERSON duly qualified for Associate
FOUR PERSONS duly qualified for Mem
bers of the House of Representatives of Penn
ONE.PERSON duly qualified for Treasurer
of the County of Lancaster.
ONE PERSON duly qualified for County
TWO PERSONS duly qualified for Direc
tors of the Poor, to serve for three yearg.
TWO PERSONS duly qualified for Prison
Inspectors, to serve for - three years.
ONE PERSON duly qualified for Auditor.
Ist District—Composed of the four Wards of
Lancaster city. The qualified voters of the
North East Ward will hold their election at
the public house of Anthony Lechler, in. East
king street; those of the North West Ward
at the public house occupied by Adam. Trout;
those of the South East Ward at the public
house occupied by Samuel McCOllister, in East
Xing street; those of the South West Ward at
the public house of Amos Groff.
2d District—Drumore township, at the NO.
2 EC hool house in the tillage of Chestnut Level.
3d District-13orough of Elizabethtown, at
the public house now occupied by George W.
Boyer, in said borough.
4th District—Earl township, at the public
hall in the village of New Holland, in said
sth District—Elizabeth township, at the
public house now occupied by Franklin S.
Elias Bentz, in Brickersville, in said tow nsliip.
fish District—Borough of Strasburg, at, the
public house now occupied by Henry Bear, in
7th Dist imt—Rapho township including the
Borough of Manheim ' at the public house oc
cupied by Michael White, in said bothugh.
Bth Distuict—Salisbury township, at the
public house now occupied by Julio Mason,
White Horse tavern, in said township.
9th District—East Calico township, at the
public house now occupied by Widow Fulmer,
in the village of Reanistowri, in said township.
10th District—being a part of the township
of East Donegal, at the public school house in
the village of Maytown, in said township..
llth District—Ciernarvon township, at the
public house now occupied by John Myers, in
the village of Churchtown, in said township.
12th District—Martic township, at the [Muse
now occupied by George Robinson, in said
13 District—Bart township, at the public
house now occupied by Edwin Garrett, in
said township. .
14th Distriet—Colerain township, at the
public house now occupied by James G. Hiide
brand, in said township.
15th District—Fulton township, at the pub
lic house now occupied by Joseph Phillips, in
16th District—Warwick township, at the
public house now occupied by Samuel Liehten
dialer, in the village of Litiz, in said town
17th District—Composed' of the borough of
Marietta and part of East Donegal township,
at the public School house in the borough of
Marietta, in said township.
19th District—Columhia borough, at the
Town Eat], in said borough.
19th District—Sadshury township, at the
public house now occupied by Abraham Roup,
in said township.
20th District—Lcaeock township, at the
public house now occupied by Dem* Diller,
in said township.
21st District—Brecknock township, at the
public house now occupied by Isaac Mes Suer,
in said township.
22d District—Mount Joy Borough, at the
public school house in the Village- of Mount
23d District—Being part of East Iletnpfield
township, at the public house now cceupied
by Jacob Swarr, id the Village of Petersburg,
in said township.
24th District—West Lampeter township, at
the public house now occupied, by henry
Miller, in the village 01 Lampeter , Square, in'
25th District—Conestoga township, at the
public house now occupied by John G. Preis,
in said township.
26th District—being part of Manor town
ship, at the upper school house in the borough
of Washington, in said township.
27th District—Ephrata township, at the pub
lic house now occupied by John W. Gross, in
2bth District--Conoy township; at the pub
lic school house in the village of Bainbridge,
in said township.
29th Districl-14fanheim township, at the
public house now occupied by Charles IL
Kryder, in the village of •Nelfsville, in said
3001 District—Being part of Manor town
ship, at' the public house now occupied by
George Hornberger, io Millersvplc, in said
31st District—West Earl township, at the
public house now occupied by Grabill B. For
ney, i,r. Earlvilte, in said township.
32t1 District—West Ilempfield township, at
the public house now occupied by Johu
dig, in said township.
33d District—Strasburg township, at the
public house now occupied by James Curran,
in the borough of Strasburg,.
34th District—Being part or l‘fanor town
ship, coin called linhantown district, at
the public house of Bernard Stoner, in said
33th District—West Cocalico township, at
the public ,house now occupied by :John W.
Men.zer, in the village of ShoeneCk, in said
Stith District—East Earl township, at the
public house now occupied by Ilenry 7 uudt
Blue 11111, in said township.
37th District—Paradise township, at the
public bouse now occupied by Jaines - Frew, in
38th District—Being a part of East Hemp
field township, at the public school house in
the village of Hemplield, in said township.
nth District—Lancaster township, at the
public house now occupied by P. 11. Slummy,
in said township.
40th District—East Lanipeter township, at
the public house now occupied by Henry
lieneagy, in said township.
41st.District—Little Britain township, at the
house of Aaron Brogan & Co.,in said town
42d Distriet—Upper Leacock township, at
the public house of Michael Bender, in said
• 43d District—Penn township, at the public
house of C. Hershey, in said township.
44th District—Borough of Adamstown, -at
the school house in said borough.
45th District—Clay township, at the house
of George W. Steinmetz, ( formerly - John
Erb's) in said township.
46th District—Pequeu township, at the pub
lic house of Benjamin Rowe, -in said township.
- 47th District—Providence township, at the
house occupied by Daniel Huber, in said town
48th District—Eden township, at . the public
house of William J. Hess, in said township.
49th District —Being that part of Mount Joy
township heretofore included in the 3d district,
at Lehman's school house, in said township.
pall District— West Donegal township, here
tofore included in the 3d election district, at
!totes school house, in said township.
51st District—That part of Mount Joy town
ship, heretofore included in the 22d, district, at
Benjamin Breneman's school house, in said
52nd District—That, part of Rapho tinvn,ship
heretofore included in the 22d district,,atgtrick
lees school house,,,in said township.
53d District —That part of East and, West
Donewal townships, heretofore included' in the
22d distlict, at the brick school house, in the
village of Springville, in said township.
The General Election, in all the Wards,
Townships, Districts and Boroughs of the
County, are to be opened between the hours
of eight and ten o'clock in the forenoon, and
shall continue without interruption or adjourn
ment until seven o'clock in the evening, when
all the polls shall be closed.
Every person excepting Justices of the Peace,
who shall hold any office or appointment of
profit or trust under the Government of the
United States, or of this State or of any other
city or incorporated district, whether a com
missioned officer or otherwise, a subordinate
officer or agent, who is or shall be employed
under the Legislative, Executive or judiciary
,department of the State of the United States,
or of any city or incorporated District, and
also that every Member of Congress, or of the
State Legislature, and the Select and Common
Councils of any city, or Commissioner of any
incorporated District, is by law, incapable of
holding or exercising at the same time the
office or appointment of judge, inspector or
clerk of any election of this Commonwealth,
and no inspector, judge or other officers of any
such election shall be eligible there to be voted
The. Inspector and Judge of the elections
shall meet at the respective places appointed
for holding the election in the district to which
they, respectively belong, before nine : o'clock
in the- morning, and each of said inspectors
, shall appoint one Clerk who shaillse a'qualifi
ed voter of such districts.
In case the person Who shall have received
the-second highest number of votes f.)r InSpec
tor, shall not attend on the day of any elec
tion, then the person who shall have received
the second highest votes fOr Judge at the next
preceeding election shall act as inspector in
his place And in case the person who shall
'have received the highest number of votes for
inspector shall not attend, the person
judge shall appOint an inspector in his place—
and in case the person elected a Judge shall
rot attend, then the inspector who received
the highest number of votes shall appoint a
judge in his place-or if any vacancy shall
continue in the board for the space of one
hour after the time fixed by law for the open
ing of the election, the qualified voters of the
township, ward, or district for which such
officers shall have lieen eleeted present at such
- election, , shall elect one of their number to fill
It shall be the duty of the several assessors
of each district to attend - at the place of hold
ing every general, special or township election,
during the whole time said election is kept
open, , fur the purpose of giving information to
the inspectors and judges when called on, in
relation to the right of any person assessed by
them to vote at such election, or such other
matters in relation to the assessments of voters
as the said inspectors 'or either of theth shall
"froth time to - time require.
No person shall be permitted to vote at any
election es aforesaid, other than white free
than of the age of twenty one years or inure,
who sha,l have, resided in the State at least
one year, and in the election dis , rict where he
' oilers his vote •at- least-ten days immediately
preceeding such election, and within two
years paid a State or eounty tax, *Which shall
have been assessed at least ten days before the
election. But. a citizen .uf the, United States
Who 'haS previously been a qualified voter of
this State, and removed therefrom and return
ed, and who shall have resided in the election
district and paid taxes as aforsaid, shall be en
titled to vote after residing in this State six
months: Provided, That the white fremeen,
citizens of the United States, between twenty
one and twenty two years, .who have - resided
in an election district as aforesaid, shall be
entitled to a vote althoUgh they shall not
have paid takes.
No person shall be permitted to vote whose
name is not contained in the list of taxable
inhabitants furnished by the Commissiouers,
unless I'irst, he produce a receiptfor the pay
ment within two years of a State or county
tax assessed agreeably to the Constitution,
and give satisfactory evidence, either by his
oath or affirmation, or the oath and affirma-•
tion of another, that he has paid 'such aux,
or on failure to produce it receipt shalt make
oath to the payment thereof. Second, if he
claim . the right to vote by being an elector
between the age of twenty-one and twenty
two y - ears, he shall depose on oath of affirms
-tion that ;he has resided in this State at least
one year next before his application, and
make such preuf of residence in the distriet its
is required by this act; and that he does verily
believe, [loin the account given -bun, that he
is of age aforeshid, and such other evidence as
is required by this act, whereupon the name
of the person thus admitted to vote shall be
inserted in the alphabetical list by the inspec
tots, and a note made opposite thereto by
writing the word "tax," if he shall he admit
ted to vote by- reason of such age, shall be
called out to the clerks, who shall make the
like notes on the lists of voters kept by them.
In all cases where the name of the person
claiming to vote is found on the list furnished
by the Commissioners and Assessor, or Ins
right to vote, whether found thereon or not,
is objected to by any qualified Citizen,
be the duty of the inspectors to. examine such
persons on oath as to his coaliiiSntions, and if
he claims to haveresided within the State for
one year or more, his oath shalt be sufficient
proof thereol; but shall make proof by ut least
one competent witness, who shall be a coati
fled elector, that he has resided in the district
for more than ten days next Unmediately
preceding such election, and shall also Inm
telf swear that hi 4 beim fide residence, in pur
suance of his lawful calling, is its said district,
and that be did not remove into said district
for the purpose of voting therein.
j 'Every pesson- qualified as aforesaid, and
who shall make due proof, if required, of the
residence and payinents of taxes as afore Said,
shall be admitted to vote in the township,
ward or district in which he shall reside.
' if any person shall prevent or attempt to
prevent any officer of ally election under this
act from holding Such election, or use or
threaten any violence to any such officer, or
shalt interrupt or improperly interfere with
hint in the execution of his duty, or shall
block up the window, or avenue to any win
dow where the same may be holding, or shall
riotously disturb the peace at such election, or
shall, use any intimidating threats, force or
violence; with desigh to influence unduly or
overawe any elector, or to prevent him from
voting or to restrain the freedom of choice,
such person' on conviction shalt be fined in
any sum not exceeding live hundred dollars,
and itnprisoned . for any time not less than
three nor snore than twelve months, and it-it
shall be shown- to Court, where the trial of
such offence shalt be had, that the person so
offendieg was not n resident of the city ward,
district or township where the °fleece was
committed, and not entitled to vote therein,
then on conviction he shall be sentenced-to
pay a line of not less than one hundred nor
inure than one thousand dollars, and beim
prisoned not - less than six months nor more
, than two years.
If any person or persons shall make any
bet -or wager on the result of any election
within the Commonwealth, or shall offer, to
make any Such bet orwager, either by v &bat
proclamation thereof, or by any written or
printed advertisement, challenge or invite any
person to make such bet or wager,' upon con
viction theredf he or they shall forfeit and pay
three times the amount so bet or to be bet.
If any person, not by law qualified, shall
fraudulently vote at any election of this Coin
monwealth, or bring otherwise qualified - shall
vote out of his proper Aistriet, if any person
knowing the want of such qualificatien, shall
aid or procure such person to vote, the person
offending, shall, on conviction be fined in any
Stith not exceeding two hundred ;dollars, and
be iMprisoned in any term not exceeding three
If. any person shall vote at more than one
.district, or otherwise fraudulently vote
snore than once on' the Same day . or shall
fraudulently fold and deliver to the inspector
two tickets together, with the incent illegally
'to vote, or shall proeure another to do so, he
or-they offending, shall on conviction be lined
in any suns not less than. fifty nor snore than
live hundred dollars, and be imprisoned for
any term not less than three nor more than
If any person not qualified to vote in this
Commonwealth agreeably to law, (except the
sons of qualified citizens,) shall appear at any
place of election for the purpose of influencing
the citizens qualified to vote, lie shalt on con.
victims ftufeit and pay any sum not exceeding
one fiendred dollars for every 'such offence,
and be imprisoned fin any term not exceeding
Agreeable to the provisions of the sixty-first
section of the said act .every General and
Special Election shall be opened between the
hours of eight and ten in 'the forenoon, and
shall continue without interruption or adjourn
ment until seven o'clock in the evening, when
the polls shall be closed.
The .Judges are to make their returns lot
the county of Lancaster, at the Court llou e,
in the City of Lancaster 4 on Friday, the 11th
day of October, A. D., ISGI, at 10 o'clock,
A. M. 8. W. P. BOYD, Sheriff.
Sunni - Ws OFFICE, Lancaster, Sept 5, Mtn
C OLUMBIA INSURANCE COMP A. Nl,
This Company is authorized by its charter
to insure in the county, or in booughs, against
loss or damage by fire, on the mutual plan, for
any length of time, limited or perpetual, either
for a cash premium, or a premium note.
PREMIUM NOTE SYSTEM.
Those who insure for a premium note will
be insured for five years, and subject to assess
ments iu case of losses.
Those who insure for a cash premium will
be insured for any term not exceeding 5 years,
and not subject to any assessments. One. per
cent= premium will be charged on farm pro
perty for the term of five years.
Farm property will be insured for the term
of ten years, for a deposit of three per cent. of
the amount insured, the whole amount of the
premium note to be returned at the expiration
of the policy, without niterest, or the policy
will be renewed for ten years, without any ex
pense, at the option of the insurer..
C. S. KAUFFIVIAN,. PRESIDENT.
GEORGE Youtcc, JR., Secretary.
MICHAEL H. MouEE, Vice President.
M. M. STRICKLER, Treasurer.
JACOB B. SHUMAN,
INTATT W. MILLER,
HENRY KNOTW ELL,
ABRAHAM BRUNER, SR.,
HENRY E. WOLF.
Columbia, Lancaster county, Pa.
t...1 - rJ. S. ROATII, AGENT, MapOWO.
March 30, 1861-1 y
SUPPLER & BRO„
IRON AND BRASS
And General Mackiiiixts, Second street,
Lelow Union, Columbia ; Pa
They are prepared to make all kinds of Iron
Castings for Roiling Mills and Mast Furnaces,
pipes, for Steam, Water and Gas ; Colunms,
Fronts, Cellar Doors. Weights, &c:, for Roil
dings, and castings of every 'description ;
STEAM ENGINES, AND BOILERS,
IN THE MOST MOIMRN AND IMPROVED
Manner; Pumps; Brick Presses, Shafting and
Pulleys.. Mill Gearing, Taps, Dies, Machinery
for Mining and Tanning ; Brass Bearings,
Steam& Blast Gauges, Lubricators, Oil Cocks,
Valves for Steam, Gas, and Water; Brass Fit
tings in all their variety; Boilers, Tanks, Flues,
Dealers, Stacks, Bolts, Nuts, Vault Doors,
BLit UK Sill /THING in GENERAL.
From long experience in building machinery we
flatter ourseNes that we can give ge - teral satis
faction to those why may favor us with their
orders. lE'Repairjn,i; promptly attended to.
Orders by mail addressed as above, Wiit meet
with prompt attention. Prices to suit the times.
2. SUFI' LEE,
T. R. NUPPLEE.
Columbia, October 20, 1860. 14-tf
PAI‘GLER &PATTE,RSON, No. 66 Mar
-1..1.ket street, Marietta, Pa— are now supplied
with a full stock of every description of Ply
Goods, Groceries, etc., which were bought at
reduced prices under the pressure of the dines,
and will be sold either Wholesale or Retail, at
a small advance.
Below we enumerate a few of the articles
tin our Line:
Dry Goods.' ' Notions, Etc. Groceries.
Fancy and Black Silks; Gloves, Sugars,
hulleis, - -hosiery, Goalies,
Lavellas, handkerchiefs, Rice,
Mouse Laines, cfolliifs, Sleeves, Mackerel,
Silk Poplins, Cravats, White Fish,
Lawns, Suspenders, Herring,
(lingtrains, slats, cod Fish,
CaSsuners, Umbrellas, Syrups,
Cloths, parasols, Cheese,
Velvet Cords, ShiFt Breasts, Tea,
Cotionades, Dress Tuinunings,,Rice,
Kentucky. Janims, Tideys, Dried Fruit,
Shawls, 1-lead Nets, Spices,'
Dusters,. Belts, Starch.
.HOUSIII FURNISHING GOODS.
Ingrain,-ling, ' , Clove- Ply and
Decorative Wail and. Window Papers, Gilt,
Buquet and Landscape TRA NSPA RENA!
11Lts.as, Sheeting; ( peeks, 'Pickings,
Skirtings, Crash, Diaper and Da-
In:25K Table Cloths, Table, Floor
and Window. Oil Cloths, Blank
ets, Counterpanes and Alur
11ti , ,000 YARDS CALICOES,
At from a to 10 cents per yard.
The PeCiples' Hat and Cap Store
SEIdTL'PZ LK; BROTHER,
No. 20 liourn QUEEN STREET,
Practical HattCrs r illanufactx.wers,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
HATS AND CAPS
..OF EVERY pESCRIPTION.
E most ha e v
assortmenti in 8 Sore the of a s rg p e r st i a l d g
Style .HATS .4- CAPS ever kept in this city
We are now manufacturing four new and
elegant varieties of Bpring-style silk and Cas
simer Hats. A eplendid Silk Hat
FOR THREE DOLLARS!
AND A SUPERIOR ARTICLE FOR FOUR !
New and elegant styles of Spring and Summer
Felt Hats, froth the finest tieaver to the
commonest wool, ranging in prices
from $5.00 to 50 cents..
We are amply prepared to "job" all
goods in our line to Dealers ntthe most reason
able rates. They will find it to their advant
age to call and examine our large and superi
or stock. To those friends, who, during the
past, have steadfastly continued their very
liberal pationage,we return our sincere thanks,
and trust, by strict attention to business, fair
dealing, and .low prices, combined with the,
superior miellence of our geods,,to merit a con
tinuance of past favors.
IC= Shippins• Furs loved and the highest
'paid iu cash." JOHN A. SHULTZ.
HENRY A. SHULTZ.
CHEAP READY-MADE PLO THING ! !
Having just ieturned from the city with
a nicely selected lot of Ready-made Clothing,
which the undersigned' is prepared to furnish at
reduced prices; 'baying laid.iu ii.generalassort
ment of men and boys' clothing, which he is
determined to sell Low, Fon CASE. His stock
consists' of nv ER-COATS, DRESS, FROCK AND
SACS COATS, PARTS, VESTS, PEAJACKETS,
Ito UNDBOUTS, (knit) OVERHAULS, CRAVATS,
DRAWERS, SHIRTS, fIOISERY, UNDERSHIRTS,
,SUSPENDERS, &c. Everything in the
Furnishing Goods line. Call and examine be
fore purchasing elsewhere. Everything sold at
prices to suit the. times. JOHN BELL.
Corner of Elbow Lane and Market Si.
next door to Cassel's Stori..
' Marietta, October 29. 1856.
M. J. TRAINER
Having removed her Millinery establishment to
Fulk's new building, near Market Square,
hopes to meet her friends
awl cao customers; ai d merit and receive
a continuation of the liberal patrorim here
ofore extended to her.
IO 10Z 41 ) ,',00W , Of tb);3e.o
the month of December, 1S SS, the -under
signedd for the first time offered for sale to
toe dublic Dr. J. Bocce Dods Imperial tGine
Bitters, and in this ShOrt period they have gic eta
such universal satisfaction 414 many thou
sands of persons who have tried them that it is.
now an established article. The amount of
bodily and mental misery arising simply froni
a neglect of small complaints is surprising, and
t is therefore of the utmost importance that a
strict attention to the least and most trifling
bodily ailment should be had ; for diseases of
the body must invariably affect the mind.
The subscribers now only ask a trial of
Dr. J. Jiovee Dods' Imperial ll'ineßitters!
From all who have not used them. We chal
lenge the world to produce their equal.
These Bitters for the cure of Weak Stomachi,
General Debility, and for Purifying and Em
riching the Blood, are absolutely unsurpassed
by any other remedy on earth. To be assured
of this, it is only necessary to mate the trial.
The Wine itself is of a very superior gustily,
being about one-third stronger the other wines;
warming and invigorating the whole system
from the head to the feet. As these bitters are
tonic and alterative in their character, so they
strengthen and invigorate the whole syStem
and give a fine tone and healthy action to all
its parts, by equalizing the circulation, re
moving obstructions, and producing a general
warmth. They are also excellent for Inseases
and Weakness peculair to Females, where a
tonic is required to str‘*t hen end brace the sys
tem.. No lady, who is subject to lassitude and
faintness, should be without them, as they are
revivifying in their action.
These Bitters will not only cure, /rut prevent
disease, and. in this respect are doubly valua
ble to the person who may use them.
Weak Lungs . , Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Diseases
of the Nervous System, Paralysis, Piles,
D B. DODS'
CELEBRATIO 'WINE BITTERS"
ARE UNSU ELPASSED
For' Sore Throat, so common among the
Clergy, they are truly valuable.
For the agell and infirm; and fur persons n
a weak constitution—for Ministers of the GOS
pel, Lawyers, and ail public speakers—for
Book-Keepers, Tailors, SeaniSt resses,Students,
Artists, and all perions leading a sedentary
life, they will prove truly bendicial.
Asa Beverage ? they ale wholesome, inno
cent, and; delicious to the taste. They ovular('
all the exhilarating effects of Brandy or Wine,
Without intoxicating ; and are a valuable rem
edy for persons addicted to the use of exces
sive- strong dripk, and who wish to refrain
from it. They are Pure and entirely free from
the poisonacontained in the adulterated Wines
and Liquors with which the country la flooded.
These Bitters not only cure, but prevent Dis
ease, and should be used by all who live in a
country where the water is bad, or where
Chills and Fevers are pievalent. Being en
tirely innocent and harnyiess, they may be giv
en freely to Children and infants with im
' Physicians, Clergymen, and temperance ad
vocates, as an act.of humanity, should 1V,61.5t,
in spreading these truly valuable Bitter., i,ret ,
the land, anti thereby essentially aid in ban
ishing and Disease.
In all affections at the 'Head, .NLcie ileadache, or
Nerimus Headache, Dr. Dods' Imperial Wine
Betters Will be, found to be most s r aulary and
F 111 ALES.
The many certificates which (rave been ten
dered us, and the letters which we are daily
receiving, are conclusive proof that ainon
women these Bitters have given a sutishau
which no others have ever dorm before. \•,
woman in the land should be without thrill,
and those who once use them will not Mil to
keep a supply.
Dr. J: Boyce Dods' .frnperial Wine Bitters
Ale prepared by an eminent and
physician wI I> has used them successfully in
his practice. h.r the last twenhy-tive years. The.
proprietor, before purchasing the exclusive
right to manufacture and sell Ur. J. fore,
Mud's Celebritiesk Imperial \Vine Bitters, had
them tested by two distinguished medical
practitioners, who pronounced them a valuable
remedy fur disease.
Although the medical men. of the country,
as a gem thing, disapprove of INteirt Med
icines, yet we do not believe that a respectable
Physician can be found in the United States,
acquainted with their medical propert ies,
will not highly approve Dr. J. Davie Dues
Imperial Whit Bitters.
In all newly settled places, where there is
always a large quantity of decay in timber
from which a pldiollUtlS mivarnu is creased,
these bitters should be 1160 d. every morning tre
fin e breakfast.
Dr. .I.linuee Dolls' Imperial Wine. Bitters
Are coral used of a pure and unaduhcradd
Wive, combined with Burberry, Solomon's.
Seal, ennth vy, Wild Cherry Tree Bark, Spike=
nard, Chunmmile cis, and Gentian.—
They ale manufactured by Dr. Duds himself,
who is an experienced and successful Physi
cian, and LE nee should . 1101 be ,lassed 3113011 g
the quack nostrums which hood the country,
and against Which the Medical profession are
These truly valuable Bitters trove been so.
thorougly tested by all classes bf 'the communi
ty for almost every 'variety of disease incident
to the human system, that that they are 110 W
demand indispensable as a
Tunic; Medicine and a lievera4
ONE BOTTLE!-11, COST ➢U T
..Purify the Blood 1 7—Give tone to the
Stomach!—Renovate the system
and Prolong Life.
PRICE $1 PER 1301711.1; 6 FOl.ss'
PRE.PA RIM A NI) BOLD BY
CHARLES WILDLFIELD 4- c 0.,.
No. 78 William-4., New-york..
[:3 - • For sale by druggists an grocers genet
ally throughout the country. tly.
Between Spangler 6- Patterson's Store
and Wolfe's Notien Houye,
Market - Stre:et:
S. L: DELLTNGET;
A 1 7 .0 D L most respectfully inform lbe
A public that he continueS the above b us -
ness in all its branches.
hand 'will be manufactured at short notice and
warranted to give satisfaction in wart
and price. tie will always endeavor to keep,
on hand an assortment of
.5 - ADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS,
Wagon., Qtrriage anti Ridtng Whips, Fly-nets,
Horse Covez 8, Collars, Trunks, Valieccs,
Carpet Bags and in fact everything in Lis line
of business, all' bf 'Which will be of the besk
material, and_ Workmanship, and at prices in
keeping with the 'times. Conic and see.
REf AIEING - NEATLYAND ()DEAFLY DONO -
Marietta, August 25, iB6O. jn
Alarietla, £ancaeler CO., Pa.
rr111011" AS C. CHILD, AGT., has constantly
11 on hand, or Manufactured to order, alt
kinds of SASH, DOOM, BLINDS,ShutterN,
4 j-5 All orders addressed to MEtuarisx,_.
Hourz & Co., for any of the above articles, et
for Bill Stull, Timber Girders, Lath, Pickets,
Pales, Shingling Lath, Floor Boards, Weather
:Boarding, White Pine Shingles, or Lninher:: will
elwayslneet with promptattention, and be sup-.
plied en as favorable terms as from any Other
ustabaishinent in the country.
A liberal discoaat off for cash.
Jhave made a discovery of toe utmost im
portance to every married person 'lf either
sex, and will send thofull particulars concern
ing it to any one en receipt of a stamp to pay
return postage, Address
PR. J. H. MARTELL,
7-39-iswly.] Alfred Maine.
B o y S pring caps,at