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RIETTA CAR TIME.—The several pas
senw•r trains leave "Upper-station" us follows :
morning train east at 7:20. The mail train
west at 12:11. The evening train east at 5:06.
The evening train West at 7:00.
Saturday, December 7, 1861.
CORN A SUBSTITUTE Petit WHEAT : OR
our first page will be found a very inter
esting article, taken front that excellent
journal The American Agri cu puriSt,
showing the intrinsic worth and com
parative cheapness of Maize, or Indian
Corn, as food for the human race. At
the South, more than half the people,
bond and free, live upon this food, vari
ous preparations of which are there as
fashionable as any "flour doings" are
among us. The change, however, from
a wheat to a corn diet, should be gradu
al and not sudden or instantaneous.
There is another consideration, just
now, of prime force—and that is, crops
in Western Europe are so short that
there is a prospect of a steady demand
for Wheat and Wheat Flour for months
to come. Under our present Tariff, the
balance of trade is in our favor, and
Europe is sending us her gold, daily, for
bread, It is our policy to consume the
heavier grains, which (like Corn) will
not so well bear transportation, and send
forward the better paying. While, there-
fore, we have much of lastyear's crop on
hand, and au abundance this year, prices
will hardly twin rule up to their former
extravagant ftpres—yet there will be
it constant demand for wheat which may
stake its value over the average of the
last fifty years. Already, the Bread: tuffs
exported from New York exceed in value,
monthly, those of Cotton at any period.—
Europe this day needs our Food more
than our Cotton, and is on this account
bound to keep the peace " with us.—
We advise every Housekeeper especial
ly to read very carefully the article—
'. Indian. Corn for food"—consider it in
economic, dietetic and patriotic points
.of view—draw the attention of neighbors
to ,it—and lay it' safely and carefully
aside for future and frequent reference.
fttOFESSOR WOOY'S,LP:CTURE: We are
pled to hear that the good and loyal
peetde of Marietta are to enjoy this
deld i t,rbtful treat , 012 Monday evening next,
and we trust that they will greet the
Lecturer with an oVerilowing house.—
We understand that the Presbyterian
church has been kindly granted for the
00CASiOn, and we are glad of it, for it is
eertainly the most, suitable place in town
for such a lecture. The low price winch
the Committee charge for admission,
only 10 cents, brings the lecture within
the reach of who may wish to hear it,
and where is the intelligent patriot who
110S1ITAI. SToams.--The Ladies desire
further to acknowledge a cOntribution
for our sick soldiers from Mrs. C. Ander-
'Three boxes have been forwarded to
Washington, and a fourth will be sent
today. Another has been prepared
the Hospitals at Harrisburg, where the
articles are much needed. And this in
duces the Ladies to renew their call for
for mare stores of dried fruits, jellies,
farina, corn starch—any thing suitable
for invalids; also quilts, blankets, under
clothing, hospital shirts, socks, slippers,
&c., for their comfort when sick or re
covering. Such articles sent in soon
will be gratefully received' by our sick
soldiers at Harrisburg,
Nov. 29tb, 1861
WIIAT'S IN TIM WIND? It is asserted
in various quarters that Secretary Came
ron has turned an abolitionist of the
blackest kind ! When Gen. Fremont
was removed, we believed it to be ou
account of his abolition sentiments, and
we blamed Simon Cameron for it. It
would appear however that be has either
got new light on the subject, or new
prospects by the new move. Time alone
cir Winnebago Chief is to dine with
'one of his sub-contractors here to-day.
An unusual supply of venison has just
arrived, and other extensive prepara
tions are being made for the great oc
casion. The viands, as ysual, are of the
choisest kind, and as stirring times are
expected, we have retained a special re
porter to furnish our readers with a
synopsis of the startling disclosures.
co- Judges Long and Brinton enter
ed upon their second terms as President
and ssociate Judges, on Monday last,
the th or office being administered by
the rotl:onotary. The President
Judge serves for ten years; the Asso
ciate for five.
. . . . .
Dr. H. de W. Breneman, of Lan
caster, Assistant Surgeon of the First
Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteers, now
in General McCall's Division at Camp
Pierpont, Va., has resigned his com
mission, and accepts one in the regular
INT. A letter from a Mariettain at
Fortress Monroe will be found in our
columns this week. We shall always be
pleased to hear from LIEUT. Jonx M.
iEr The Susquehanna is s till high.--
Some few rafts found• their way here
during the past week.
FRONT A MARIETTIAN AT FORTRESS MONROE.
Caw]) Hamilton, Fortress .11Tonroe,
NOVEMBER. 27, 18G1.
Friend Baker :
Probably it may be of some interest
to you and the subscribers of the Mariet
tian to know where we are and what we
have been doing since we bade adieu to
good old Marietta, when I say we, I
mean those who are from Marietta and
vicinity, numbering about thirty, in
cluding our Colonel, (Thomas Welsh,)
from Columbia, in connection with his
name allow me to say, and in so doing
I'll only express the sentiment of the
Forty-Fifth, that he is in every respect,
a gentleman and a soldier, very strict
when on duty but the reverse when off.
Our regiment left Harrisburg Oct. 21st,
arrived at Washington eity Oct. 22nd,
quartered in a building called the Sol
diers Rest, put up expressly for the ac
commodation of regiments upon their
first arrival, until other quarters would
be assigned them. Oct. 23d ordered to
occupy the ground about one mile and
a half south of Washington City, former
ly occupied by Col. E. D. Baker, (now
deceased) here we remained until the
27th, when we were again ordered to
pack up for a march to Bladensburg,
Md., distance six miles. Bladensburg
at a distance presents quite a respecta
ble appearance, but a near view dispels
all such thoughts, the streets (which are
but few in number) are not in a very
good condition, the buildings ,wld and
delapidated, and the worst feature of
all concerning the town, the girls are
very homely. Bladensburg is very much
noted for being in the immediate .vicini
ty of a strip of land used for dueling
purposes. Whenever a difficulty occurs
between the gents at Washington city,
here is where it is settled. It was here
that Clay and Randolph fought their
bloodless duel. We encamped here
until the 3d of Nov., when we were
ordered to prepare rations for an un
known expedition. We started on our
journey, and marched through quite a
number of small Villages, on to Prince
Frederick, the County seat of Calvin
county, Md., distant Gfi miles from our
old dticampinent. Our object in march
ing to the aforesaid place was to protect
the Union citizens at the polls, the next
day after our arrival being the State
election for Governor, &c., the day
passed off very quietly, with the excep
tion of a slight disturbance caused by
a couple of individuals makiag treason
able remarks, they were taken into cus
tody and kept in conefinement until the
next day, when they were marched on
foot until evening, then taken before
our General, (Howard) who, after ad
ministering the oath of Allegiance, dis
missed them from custody, much to the
dissatisfaction of the boys, who thought
they ought at least have been marched
to Washington city, as a punishment
for what they had done. One of the
prisoners, named Sellers, and who had
twice been elected to Congress, thought
that if he would have a sight (as he ex
pressed himself) he thought he _could
whip the whole regiment. Some of the
. boys thought otherwise. We returned
to camp after an absence of one week,
completely worn out with fatigue, hav
ing marched in ttll, about one hundred
amid thirty miles. We remained at our
old camp until the 18th, when we were
a couple of miles back, in the direction
of Washington, to quarter for the winter,
we arranged our tents very tastefully,
by noon the next day, just as we had
every thing nicely arranged, orders came
for us to pack up everything, as we were
to be ready to take the cars in two
hour for Fortress 11 , onroe, via, Balti
more, before the expiration of one hour
we were at the railroad, waiting very
patiently for the aforesaid cars, bat as
usual, did not get started until midnight,
slow line, and hog cars at that; if ever
mortals were subjectedlo a disagreeable
ride, we 'were ; every sideling, between
Bladensburg and Baltimore, we were
compelled to occupy for some time,so as
to allow trains to pass. We reached
Baltimore, finally, about noon,got out of
the cars, formed into line and then
stacked arms, prepatory to receiving re
freshments from the relief committee,
which was furnished in a very short
time in the shape of a cup of hot coffee,
piece' f meat, and a slice of cheese and
!Need, after having about five hours
grace, we took up our line of march for
the steamboat Pocahontes, the name of
the boat which was to carry us (Provi
dence pertnitting) to our journeys end,
after steaming a short distance from
shore we passed a tow containing a boat
from Marietta, with some Mariettians
on board, we shouted several times very
loud and distinctly, so as to make them.
recognise us, we succeeded in doing so.
Our passage down was unusually pleas
ant, scarcely breeze enough to rock the
boat, although sufficient to cause a friend
to York it over the side of the boat.—
We were made heave too by a man-of
war sending a shot across our bow, some
of the boys were considerably scared at
first, thinking that one of Jeff's Pirati
cal crafts was going to escort us to
Secessia. 'rho officer that boarded us
said he only wanted to know whether
peace had been declared, as the place
he was blockading prevented him from
getting news, after giving the desired
information we were allowed to proceed
on our journey, we reached the Fortress
towards evening and were marched about
A. B. G
one mile and a half in the direction of
Idampden, where we pitched tents, and
still remain. The Island upon which
the Fort is built is much larger than is
expected. There is quite a village close
to the Fort, containing some very pretty
buildings, the ground is very level, mak
ing good locations for encampments.—
Our regiment is encamped one mile and
a half from where the once beautiful and
wealthy town of Hampden was situated.
Nothing remains of the town, whose
population was four thousand (including
the slave portion) but one solitary house,
which the negroes have taken possession
of and formed into a rendezvous. Ex-
President Tylers' house stands at the
outskirts of the village. One of the
regiments now encamped here, was here
when the rebels set fire to the town;
they succeeded in saving quite a number
of things, such as Pianos, Sofas, Chairs,
Looking Glasses, Clocks, Carpets, and
in fact articles of every description be
longing to a well furnished house, all of
the things taken they have appropriated
to their own use, several fine pianos,
that were very handsome and costly,
(now badly damaged) can be seen stand
ing on thefr drill ground, kept as me
mentoes of the town, for visitors to look
at. The First Delaware regiment, to
which Bill Inhotf belongs, and also the
regiments to which Rudesill, Patterson,
and A. Allstadt belongs, are here.—
The Steamship of War Minnesota, upon
which Samuel Jones (Bainbridge) has
been for some time, is lying just a short
distance from the Fort. All of the
boys have called to see us, and we ex
pect to return the compliment the first
Mr. Editor, as the time for retiring
has approached, you will have to excuse
me for not writing more, your readers
will hear from me again. J . M. K.
MARIETTA DONATIONS: The following
acknowledgment has been received from
the Sanitary Commission, Washington.:
Office of Sanitary Commission,
ASHINGTON, D. U.,
• November 1861.
SIR :-I have the honor to acknowl
edge, the receipt, in good condition, of
four boxes of hospital .supplies, as per
your favor of the 13th instant, on behalf
of the Ladies of Marietta and vicinity.
The articles will be devoted, as in
tended, to the relief of the sick and
wounded soldiers of the U. S. Volunteer
and Milita forces, in whose behalf, and
that of Commission, I most cordial
ly thank .the donors. •
1 am, Sir, .
Your obedient servant,
ALFRED J. BLoon.
To S. 1", Sterret, Esq.
gfir We find in a very interesting let
ter from Fortress Monroe in the last
number of the Columbia Spy, the follow
ing : "We have one favor to ask from
our friends at home. •As Government
dues not furnish us with mittens or
gloves, will not the ladies make enough
for our company ? or if ladies from Col
umbia, Marietta, Wrightsville and May
town would unite they might make
and send enough for the companies B
and K—Captain Baines and Captain
Rambo's—each of the places have rep
resentatives in these two companies—
good woolen mitts with thumb and fore
finger, so as to shoulder and pull the
trigger, would be the most valuable pres
ent that, our fair friends could devise fur
us. If they will furnish us with the mitts
we will, when we return home, give 'em
4W. The Mount Joy lieurld says a
german named John William Shroder,
aged 45 years was found dead near that
borough. It appears that he was riding
in a wagon with a Mr. Geistwait, with
whom he occasionally worked, and be
ing in liquor, fell out. Mr. Geistwait
drove home, and did not return to look
after the man for several hours and is
much censured therefore. A quart bot
tle partly filled with liquor, was found
iu• The Lancaster Evening Express
came to us on Saturday last with an
"entirely new suit on, from head to foot."
It looks •'ery neat.
lir Marshal Kane has been released
from Fort Warren for three weeks, on
his parole of honor. He goes to attend
the funeral of his father-in•law at Balti-
CV Rev. Chas. P. Steck of Lancaster,
has been appointed by Col. Hambright,
Chaplain of his regiment.
er Geo. Opdyde, Republican, is elec
ted Mayor of New-York, over Fernando
Wood. Wood is a great scoundrel.
Ur It was upon the urgent request of
Geo. D. Prentice that Seward. ordered
the release of Wm. M. Gwin
w. Lieut. Slemmer is lying danger
ously ill at Fort Elkwater, Virginia.
THE POLITICAL PRISONERS AT FORT
WARREN.—The whole number of persons
at Fort Warren, including garrison and
prisoners, is now about twelve hundred.
To feed these, fourteen hundred loaves
of fresh bread are sent down daily. The
men are fed on alternate days with fresh
and salt rations. Once in two days over
fourteen hundred and fifty pounds of
fresh beef are provided. The regular
army rations are furnished to the garri
son and prisoners alike. The political
prisoners receive their rations with the
rest, but can purchase other provisions
if they desire a change.
COL, F. L. BAKER.—Four boxes of
Hospital Stores have been forwarded to
the Sanitary Commission at Washing
ton, D. C., and one box to Harrisburg
for the sick soldiers there. As the
ladies engaged in the good work knew
not whom to address at the letter place,
they made inquiry of Quartermaster
General Hale, who promptly replied
that the articles were needed, and if
forwarded to bim, he would place them
is the hands of a gentleman there, who
would see them properly applied. After
packing and addressing the box, the
ladies learned that there was a " Ladies
Belief Society" in Harrisburg, whose
members visited and administered to the
wants of the sick soldiers there; of
which society Mrs. M. L. Ingram is
President, and Miss Julia W. DeWitt,
Secretary. The President was imme
diately apologized to for the address of
the box, and requested to aid in the use
of its contents. These prefatory re
marks will fully explain the following
" HARRISBURG, Dec. 2d, 1861
" Mr. A. B. Gnosu :
Respected Sir—Your favor of the
29th ult., was received. Will you please
convey to the Ladies of Marietta the
thanks of the Ladies whom we represent,
for their kind expression of confidence,
in desiring us to assist in the distribu
tion of their bounties to the sick and
suffering soldiery, now in our neighbor
hood. Should there be any articles sent
us, we will be most happy to dispense
them, as they are required ; but we pre
fer (with your permission) not to inter
fere in any consignments already made.
The citizens of Marietta have, indeed,
done nobly in this labor of love ; and.
in due time, will reap the reward from
One whose promises are ever sure.
Respectfully, M. L. 'palatal . ,
JULIA W. DEWITT, Pres't. L. It. S.'
Later in the day came the following:
" HEAD-QUARTERS PENN'A.
• Quarter Master General's Office.
13 arrisburg, Dec. 2d, 3.8.1.
" A. B. ,Grosh, Esq., Marietta
DEAR SIR-1 take great pleasure
in acknowledging the receipt of the rich
box of `delicacies' forwarded by the
Ladies of your place. I would thank
you to convey to your noble Ladies my
high appreciation of their benevolence
and patriotism, as manifested in this
carefully and tastefully prepared and
liberal gifts to those who have volun
teered Urbattle for the preservation of
our institutions and government, and
who have already the Misfortunes of
laboring under disease, away from friends
and home ; and who are, therefore, in a
situation to fully appreciate the kind
ness of the Ladies of Marietta.
"The gift shall be promptly acknowl
edged iu the newspapers in a few days.
Q. 31. General."
Now, Mr. Editor, I have a two-fold
object in sending the above letters for
publication in the hlariettian :-
Ist. It is the readiest way of convey
ing the thanks of the writers to the
Ladies interested ; as by them requested.
2d. I wish to provoke other Ladies to
like good works, and to merit similar
well deserved praise, by presenting the
Delicacies for the sick are needed at
Harrisburg; near home. Those who
doubted the need, and murmured that
charity should not begin so far o f f, can
now be assured that what they bestow
will not be sent to Washington, or the
" far West"--though even there all such
stores will be needed in the hospitals
while the war endures.
Again—delicacies for sick soldiers at
Harrisburg will be faithfully applied by
benevolent women who administer in
person to the soldier's wants. Some
.expressed fears that donations would
never reach their destination—would be
seized by the transporters, or used up in
the Doctor's families, or eaten by the
nurses, or some other =dressers. We
knew these fears to be groundless--that
out of hundreds of thousands of packages
sent, none had yet been known to fail of
reaching its destination—none had been
heard of as being misapplied. But some
had these fears, and therefore witheld
their bounty. To such we now present
our appeal, in behalf of our sick soldiers
at Harrisburg! No fears need be enter.'
tained that the donations will fail to
reach those for whom they are intended,
or will be misused,misapelied or wasted.
Lint, bandages, &c., will eof be need
ed at Harrisburg, but if sent in will be
sent to Philadelphia or Washington,
where they will he needed. " But bed
ding, garments for invalids, dried fruit
and other delacacies and nourishing food
will be sent to the Ladies Relief Society
of Harrisburg, until further notice.
It is considerable trouble and costs
some labor and time to attend to these
matters and conduct correspondence,
&c.; but so long as 1 can attend to it,
my services will be freely given to do
what little I can to support those who
defend our country and our flag. I have
enlisted for the war in this department
of labor. So, send in S = our stores for
sick and wounded soldiers. A.B.G.
N. B.—This severe cold should induce
the fear that many soldiers will have
frost bitten fingers by handling a cold
musket on drill, or while serving as
guard or on picket- : -and such disabled
ones- cannot serve their country in battle.
KNITTERS ! hurry up those mittens—they
are sadly needed now; A. B. G.
cr The contested election in this
county, for Directors of the Poor and
Prison Inspectors, will be taken up by
the Court on Monday next, the 9th inst.
A E ppre vegetable extracts. .They cure
all bilious disorders of th human system.
They regulate and invigorate the liver and
kidneys; they give tone to the digestive organs;
they 'regulate the secretions, excretions and
exhalations, equalize the circulation, and puri
fy the blood. Thus, all bilious complaints—
some of whicl, are Torpid Liver, Sick Head
ache, Dyspepsia, Piles, Chills and Fevers,
Costiveness or Looseness—are entirely Con
trolled and cured by these remedies,
Darling's Liver Regulator
Removes the morbid and billious deposits from
the stomach and bowels, regulates the liver
and kidneys, removing every obstruction, re
stores a natural and healthy action in the vital
organs. It is a superior
Much better than pills, and much easierjo
DARLING'S LIFE BITTERS
Is a superior tunic and diuretic; excellent in
cases of loss of appetite, flatulency, female
weakness irregularities, pain in the side and
bowels, blind, protruding and bleeding piles,
and general debility.
READ TII E FOLLOWING TESTIMONY
Jas. L. Brumley, merceant, 184 Fulton at.,
New York, writes, August 18, 1860: "I have
been afflicted with piles, accomnanied with
bleeding, the last three years; I used
Darling's Liver Regulator and
And now consider myself entirely cured."
Hon. John A. Cross writes, ." Brooklyn,
March 15, 1860. Iri the sking of 1859, I took
a severe cold, which induced a violert fever.
I took two doses of DARLING'S LIVER
REGULATOR. It broke' up my mild and
fever at once. Previous to this attack; I 'lmd
been troubled with dyspepsia several months . ;
Iliave felt nothing of it since."
Ottis Studley, Esq., 121 East 2Sth Street, N.
Y., writes •• August 13, 1800 . .—1 had a diffi
culty kith Kidney Complaint three years,
with constant pain in the small of my back.—
I had used most all kinds Of medicines, but
found no permanent relief until .I used
Darling's Liver Regulator, and Life Bitters .
I passed clotted blood by the urethra lam
now entirely cured, and take pleasure in re
commending these remedies."
Mrs. C:Tebow, 11 Christopher Street, N.Y.,
writes : Feb. 20, 1860.-1 have been subject
to unsay of Asthma the last twenty years.—
I have never found anything equal to -
DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR,
in affording immediate relief. It is a thorough
Liver and bilious remedy."
Mrs. Young, of Brooklyn, writes : c Feb.
28, 1880.—In May last I had a severe attack
of Piles, which confined me. to the house. I
took one bottle of DARLING'S LIFE BIT
TERS, and was entirely' cured. I have had
no attack since."
D. Westervelt. Esq., of South sth, near Bth
Street, Williamsburg, L. I.; writes: "Aug.
5, 1860.—Having been troubled with a diffi
culty in the Liver, and subject to bilious
attacks, I was advised by a friend to try
DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR..
I did so, and found it to operate admirably,
"removing the bile and arousing the liver to
activity, I have also used it as a
When our children are out of scrts, we give
then, a few drops and it sets them all right
-1 find it meets the g eneral wants of the stomach
and bowels when disordered."
if you need either or both of these'
most excellent Remedies, inquire for them at
the stores; if you do not find them, take no
other, but inclose One Dollar in a letter, and
on receipt of the money, the Remedy or
Remedies will be sent . according to your di
rections, by mail or Express, pod-paid.
Address, DANIEL S. DARLING,
102 NASSAU ST., NEW Yoni.
Put up in 50 cent and-$1 Bottles oath,
To Disabled Soldiers,
Seamen and ittarines, and Widows or other
Heirs Of those who have died or been
Killed in the Service.
CHARLES C. TUCKER,
Attorney for Claimants, Bounty Land and
WASHINGTON, D.. C.
TIENSIQNS procured for Soldiers, Seamen
r and Marines of the present war, who are
disabled by reason of wounds received "or dis
ease contracted while in service and Pensions,
Bounty Money and arrears of Pay obtained for
widows or other heirs of those who have died
or been killed while in service.
Bounty Land procured for service in any of
the other wars. CHAS. C. TUCKER.. ,
Washingtoß, J. C.
Located on Chestnut Street, opposite the
OLD STATE 140 - USE.
and in close.proxirnity to the principal Jobbing
and Importing Houses, Banks, Customhouse,
and places of amusements. The City Cars
can be taken at the dour (or within a square)
fur any depot in the City. The House ias
been renovated and refitted, and
. PRICES REDUCED TO $1.50 PER DAT.
WYATT & HEULINGS, PROPRIETORS.
RIGADE N 0 T E.—The undersigned
1) hereby gives notice that the Officers of
tile 2nd Brigade; 3d Division, P. M., will
meet on TUESDAY, the 10th day of DECEM
BER, 1861, at 1 o'clock, P. M., at the Public
House of JOHN DITLOW, in -East King st.,.
in the city of Lancaster, for the purpose of
paying the expenses incurred by-the meeting
of said Brigade, and also to make Ilistribution
among the companies called thereto.
M. IL WITMER,
Brig. Gen. of the 2d Brigade, 3d Division, P.M.
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It promotes its healthy and .vigerous growth
It is not greasy or sticky.
It leaves no disagreeable odor.
It softens the hair when hard and' dry.
It soothes the irritated sealp skin.
It affords the richest lustre.
It remains longest in effect. For sale by'
WEST & ROTH, Successors to Dr. Grove.
rtECL: W. WORRALL,
ki SURGEON DENTIST,
Having removed to the Rooms formerly occupicit
bif Dr. Swentzel, adjoining Spavllr 4 , Pat-,
arson's store, Market street, where he is now
prepared towait on all who may feel
fo a l;_ disposed to patron4e
Dentistry in all its branches car
ried on. TEETH inserted on the.most upproved
principles of Dental science. .A.ll:42erations
on the mouth performed ir.' and
workmanlike manner—on fair principles and
'ON. VERY REASONABLE TERNS,
Having determined upon a permanent loca
tion at this place,,would-ask.4 continuaticca
of Ihe liberal patronage heretigtiya.Azterded
to him, for which he will reuder.evury posai
ble satisfaction. ' ,
!CJ Ether wiministered to pp:PpeN*4kiiii.
Painter, Glazier and Paperellangei.
OULD most respectfully inform the
dzens 'of s Marietta and' the public genet , .
ally that he is , prepared to do
Paper Ranging, 6re.,
At very short notice and at prices to suit the
times. He can be found at his motner's resi
dence on the corner of Chesnut and Second
streets, a few doors below the M. E. Church,
and ;immediately opposite the old Oberlin
Coach Works. [Aug- 3-4Y
FL VOURINO EXT,RACTS:
A ,_StKamberry, • Pine, Apple,
Alinond, Rose, Lemon,
just received and for salci2t WIIST & ROTH'S
C OLUMBIA I NSUIVi.NC E . COMP It NY.
This -Company is authorized by its charter
to insure in the county, or in bornighs, 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.
PREitfIUM NOTE SYSTEM;
Those who insure for a prethium ,note will
be insured for five years, turd sitfiket.te assess
ments in case of losses.
Those who insure fora cash premium will
be insured for any term not exceeding fr years.
and not subject to any assessments. One per
centum 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 interest, or the policy
will be renewed for tenyears,withoutzul ex
pense, at the option of the insurer.
C. S. KAUFFMAN, PRESIDENT.
GEORGE YOUNG, JR., Secretary.
k Mtetteei. 11. Moose., Vice President.
M. M. STRICK LER, TTCORISZTT,
J.A.CuE B. SHUMAN,
WY TT W. MX LLEK,
ENRY R. Kaprwatt,
• ARRA MAIM BRUNER, SR.,
HENRY E. %Vote.
Limeasler courtly, Pa.
ri-J: S. Roattr;AGErri, Maytown.
March 30, IS6I-ly
Iron 'Masters look a joeirligerests
77fe Inzinvved #Lack Iferwk
CAST IRON ORE WASHER
MANUFACTURED AND SOLD BY
CO BR YAN HOPlf.lot i ,
Lahcotie County Pa
The Undersigned will chnstantly . keep on
hand and Maid eiders ilt - shokt notice the
above celebrated Machine; the beat in the Uni
ted States! They will warrant their machines
to run lighter, lust longerquill:Waidi chninefind
with less water than any cithernitichine now
in use. They can be easily pit toge , ther on the
bank. All orders addressee to' either of the
undersigned will meet with litOtript'attention.
scr They are a/so prepared - to sell individu
al, County , and Stite'Righig -
Horace West, X. D.
IrT AVING purchased, in connection with
Harrison Rath, , Dr. 'Grovels Drug Store
and !bested in - the :-Borough of Marietta; for
the practice- of ;the medical profession, would
reSpectfully Offer his service to .the public.—
He can be found at the Office formerlY oceupied
by Dr; Grove.
The ,undersigned takes :pleasure in recom
mending Dr. West to his fried and patms.
Dr. W. has been practsing in this vicinity for
the.past.B or 9 years,,and.. Will, beyond doubt,
give entire , satisfactiou• to .41. who, will give
him a trial. J. H. GROVE.
S. A. CONGDON.
AT'rORNE Y - 44:1AAWs,
Opposite the * re,uknce C
A'lolin fr. Clark,
Market-st:, Marietta, Pa.
Prompt attention given iciiiecbribg and aol
lecting Claims,, sad . Orphans' coon' busi
ness generally. Will ttend to business, in
Lancaster and adjoining ' 6ll
Conveyancing and other writings proniptly
, H. L. & E. J. ZAHM ..
,----- 171jESPECI FULLY inform their -
(edgif fl ,friends and the public that .they
\ e;, , still continue the. W ATglf, CLOCK
Arm .TE WELT? litr
Y ainesa'at the
stand, North-west Carrier .of North
queen street and Getter Squar e, Lancaster, Pa
A full assortment Of - gOcidiiin - bur lift() of Masi
ness always en hand and for sale 4 tO`teloest
cash rates. ia=Repdiring attended to jer
sanath rby the prafirietoi's. ,
ANIEL G. BAKER,
ArroitNEr AT LAiV,
OFFICE i—gfe. 24 tliiiireibiltz,STßEET,
opposite the Court lloilsc',4iliere''fid at
tend to the practice of his profeasfon tralall ita
various branches. [Nov.di, 59 ,
• ; v--
LADIES AND GENTS Aiidersci n has' just
received an elegant itasertinent or Perfu
mery, consisting of •Teiliet Soaps, Non- Otte,
Extracts and Colognes at - OFicei !Mich 'below
the usual rates; also some very bandionise Canea
for gentlemen, Portmonies,
E MBROIDERIES-Ju reeeiE MBROIDERIES-Just
and most desirable lot of Embroideriel isve
°tiered for sale here, consisting ofbisin
tiful French Worked Collars, Ulidereileeires
Spencers, Swiss and Jackonritt 'Moog had lu
erting, Flouncing, &c., Banat vary . low.
J. R.' Drrirmanacri.
H: 4 GENERA I: ASSORTMENT OF
Hammered: and Rolled lido . ; II:
ars, Norway . . Nail -Rods, Ametiasn
and German Spring and Cast Steel. itgon
Boxes, Iron Axles, Sprlngti;die..-for imitta.
el LOTUS AND CASSlblilltt:-L , -A very su
kj parlor selection of French German
Cloths, and Cassimers, andamarietyr of bestial
ful Vestings, a. mew and fashionable lot. just
arrived at Difenbach's (Maw -&erts.
No. 139 SOtriu - Fink STURM.
- ABOVE lilrglaottre,
ware, , rgqi: .I .: ll :Neft / of ,
at . ff:' hi
Corner of North (Olean. stet $/,-.96*SiPilai!s
Lancaster, Pa. Tea Settii t 4s„yabety, 011'0
Pitclteti'''Ootdeil, MC8,11 . 11.4118 Pike
Btakets Card Illaketa,,,:gtwdat4gdiirgiCnivea,
Casters, &c ; at itianicitntilre.A i ptice*.
ItirtArrxd at - fedi:l4(lV! at nuidorate fates.
EWE LRY.—A. bit* nd selected stock of
fine jewelry of titg.t(ftifferbii iron) the
best'factoriesin the tiisitiy found at
- / 1•. 1 1.4.5. ;41444%
C'Or., North Quepast. andlGeßate lquare,
caster, Ea. • 13ar friar aromas:tolerate land all
gopda warmatid la boas; tepreattateti. 4.: • -
. . .
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viTINEAND-LIQE(ORS4C .SV '....
Arr. ,Superior OldalmatkpOldaw Whiskey,
Rolland. Gin, , ald MadenakloalionrSherry and
Port.: Wines:. ';-,-.,..-
"Pittsburg Whiskey alwamon , hand , at the
1 0West market prices. Very Fine Brandy at
a very I . ow .fignre, by the.barrel.
J. R. DIFFENBACIi. Market-sr. .
. . . .
Vitt: J Z. HOF , FEit, , .WANTIST ) .
ILJOr THE Ilat.rtatoar..CoLt..Vor.,or Datur.a.t.
tuantax; LATE OF HARRISBURG,
,OFFICE: Fceat etreet,, foortlt Apar
from .I..oeust, ever Saylor ar..141 . e11e0,•!.ir t oar,.
ald'a Book Store, Cologtbta.e , ...Enbneeee .be
ween the Drug aml„Iloolt Stmt.. [3-11y
( i) A Gen
U er•al Assor,trae44 4 atttliVkils of.,
B/LDING AABWA.IRt Los,
limns, Screws, itciltsit: Loos, illbr *Grate ; %
Paints, Oils, G!EOPAnd.f.*Yta,SIC cheap,
4 ''.4*ATlAli Cla. ,
eIIiMbP.V , SI4 : / an° ,
cicAit; Vaie — ui - i - nit leweyy ftkieffiltZ 're
paired and cheaUfta Mate,. &LWOUVI,S,..
B 16e/I' is uit
Xit.P nerdeive4 whieli will be to ldtat qua. aw
est rhaileet iareo by the barrel or &Mori' at the
Entbirprtao Wine la Liquor-Store, -
it. D. 4 1 ,t.EE.SE; Mop* Joy,
DARRELS PURE CIDER YINWAR,
11l FOR FAMILY USE.,
Pm Sate at DirrENLacu's Chew Cask Stare.