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None shall with impunity soil these sacred sym
bols of our Country's life, liberty and power.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1861.
rr Messrs. MATHER & ABBOTT, No. 535
Broadway, New-York, are dub - authorized to
act for us in soliciting advertisments, &c.
GEN. THE HON. JIM LANE.—We are
glad to learn that Genl. Lane of Kan
sas notoriety has been appointed a Brig
adier General, and is to command our
army in Kansas. Lane has been long
and favorably known to the public as a
man of dauntless courage, and true hero
ism, and his speech just deliveted in the
Senate Chamber at Washington, shows
that be is as muchot home in the forum
as in the field. We perfectly agree with
him in his belief that the continued in
activity of the army will tend to its de
moralization; and that our country can
not much longer view with complacency,
the apparent do-nothing-policy of our
Commander-in-chief. Gen. Lane insists
on a forward movement of the entire
army, and we verily believe, that if we
had had more Generals of the Lane
calibre, our army by this time would
have the entire South at their feet. As
it is however we are hopeful for the fu
ture but we would have been more so
if Gen. Lane had been assigned to a
tommand on the Potomac.
BURNING OF CHARLESTON : The Nor
folk and . Richmond papers give full par
, the extensive conflagration in
Charleston, S. C. The fire broke out
at abiaut , nine o'clock in the evening of
the 11th, in Russel and Old's sash .and
blind, factory, and before .midnight the
fire had assumed an appalling magnitude,
and. Meeting street, from Market to
Queen, was one, mass of flames. As
tenement after tenement was enveloped
in the flames, the panic was awful, and
thousands of families evacuated their
houses and filled the streets. The
Charleston Courier of the 13th, gives .a
list of between 200 and 300 sufferers, and
says that the loss is estimated at from
five to seven milliondollars. Mr. Rus
eel, at whose factory the fire originated,
thinks that it must have been occasioned
by an incendiary or by negligence of
Negroes employed there. , The Charles
ton Mercury says, that five hundred and
seventy-di buildings were burnt..
MASON AND SLIDELL.—There was con
siderable excitement felt a few days ago,
on the receipt of the news from England
in consequence of the belligerent ravings
of a portion of the English press in• re
ferenda to the seizurevof the rebel min
isters Mason and Slidell. We can af
ford we think to wait a little, without
being seriously disturbed by any mere
rumor. We shall shortly know all a
bout it, let us therefore keep cool, hope
for the best, and be prepared for the
lir One of the latest English papers,
speaking of the capture of Slidell and
Mason, says "this news has caused a
general feeling of irritation in London.
At the same time, much discussion arose
whether a neutral flag could legally carry
persons taking an active part in hostili
ties." Lord Stowell, half a century ago,
declared that it could not, and subse
quent jurists and judges have adopted
his ruling of the law. At the time of
the Palmerstdnian demonstration, on
account of the Trent affair, it was not
known in England that Mr. Jefferson
Davis had publicly proclaimed, to his
Confederate constituents, that Slidell
and Mason were his Ambassaders to
France and England, duly commissioned
by order of the "so-called" Confederate
oar The Paris correspondent of the
Daily News learni that when Mr. Sli
dell was taking leave of his wife, on
board the Trent, he placed his dispatch
es in her, hand, told her to go to her
cabin, sit at the porthole, and if any at
tempt was made to take the box from
her, to drop it into,the sea. Mrs. Sli
dell obeyed his orders, was not molested,
and took the despatches safely to Eng
Cr Our pickets report that Secession
trucks were discovered near the resi
dence of the famous Mrs. Jackscm, .fhe
mother 'of the Murderer of 'the 'gallant
Ellsworth. At a road point, one of our
'Oickets'fired with his carbine al, a rebel,
butwitiieb,t effect. The enemy are on
.tfie niert 'in regard to ou'r movements.
or It is said thatiiir. Seward favors
the return of Slidell'and, Mason to Eng
land • and ..that the next steamer will
tape them out; but,with the protest of
the Government, and the matter to be
the subject of future discussion."
Senator Polk of Missouri, is in league
with the rebels, and will therefore be
expelled from the Senate immediately,
A TRAITOR SEIOT.-If any crimnal de
serves the penalty of death, it is the
traitor, who would throw into the pow
er of the enemy and jeopardize the lives
of those to whom he falsely professed a
patriotic attachment. A sad case of
this kind has recently accured in our
army, and on Friday last the guilty party
suffered the penalty of the law. Wm.
FL Johnson, of Louisiana, but recently
from New York, enlisted in the army in
August, and was enrolled as a private in
company D, Lincoln Cavalry, attached
to General Franklin's division of the
army of the Potomac. Ile continued in
the cavalry, apparently a faithful and
honest man, until after they were sent
across the river into Virginia. When
an opportunity offered, he deserted, and
in making his way through the woods to
the lines of the army, be came upon a
body of troops, supposed by him to be
from the confederate army. To thesp
he stated thatfhe had deserted, for the
purpose of giving information to the
southern army; and that he had joined
the Lincoln Cavalry for that purpose.—
This was on the 4th instant.
He gave the strength of Gen. Frank
lin's division, and revealed much infor
mation that would have been valuable
to our enemies, when his pistol was de
manded. and he was informed that those
who surrounded him were federal sol
diers. .He was conducted to the quarters
of General Franklin, where, in due time,
lie was court-martialed, proved guilty,
and sentenced to be shot. Just before
sundown on Friday, the sentence was
carried out, and the poor wretch met
the traitor's' fate in the presence of
about 11,000 soldiers, drawn up in line,
and a vast concourse of civilians.—
Johnson was a man of stout, muscular
frame, cool, boldt and defiant. He walk
ed a mile to the.place of execution, the
chaplain on the way reading prayers to
him. .He was escorted along in front
of the ranks, and then placed in a sitting
posture, on the top of his coffin. Twelve
soldiers were drawn up in file at about
twenty paces from the criminal, each
with a musket, eleven of which were
loaded with ball ; the other, according
to military rule,.having a blank catridge,
and neither soldier knowing who held
the" gun with the blank charge, each
could cherish the hope that he did not
cause the death of a comrade.
The word was given and the muskets
were discharged. At least three or
four, and probably a larger number of
the soldiers, though contrary to orders,
aimed their pieces away from the prison
er: Three balls took effect, and passed
through ' the. breast. The victim sat
motionless for some time, probably eight
or ten seconds after the volley, and then
gently reeled over and fell on his side,
frightfully svorking his legs and arms.—
As it was doubtful whether the wound
was fatal or not, orders were immediately
given to load and fire, when three halls,
passing through his head, caused instant
death, literally tearing one of hie eyes
out and scattering his brains in every di
rection. Three soldiers refused to fire,
and 'were. immediately put in irons by
order 3f General Franklin. In a few
moments the entire division, headed by
Gen. Franklin, took up the line of march,
passing in view of the corpse. Every
soldier had a chance to look upon the
bleeding victim of his own imprudence,
and it is safe to presume that the sight
will be long remenibered and go far to
prevent future desertions. Thus ended
the life of THE TRAITOR.—Sunday Morn
tar Senator Sumner intends pressing
to a consumation the measure which he
introduced ten years ago, for a clasifica
tion and codification of the statutes of
the United States, which has now been
recommended in the message of the Pre
sident. Congress has, since the organi
zation of the Government, enacted some
five thousand acts and joint resolutions,
which fill more than six thousand closely
printed pages, and are scattered through
many volumes. A bill for the purpose
mentioned has been introduced in the
fir The Evening Post learns from
commercial letters of the highest char
acter, from London, that the British
Government proposes to seek explana
tions of the Trent affair, and perhaps
an apology will be asked for an "irregu
lar proceeding," but no mention is made
of a demand for the surrender of the
rebel prisoners. The English writers of
these letters hope that the subject will
be treated by us with patience and in a
gir At .a Dinner given at the Union
Club, to the Hon. S. P. Chase. on the
occasion of his last visit to New-York
city, he said .in a speech made in re
ply to a toast: "The blackest negro in
South-Carolina, black as midnight, is, in
my sight, whiter than the whitest rebel."
Among the gentlemen present who veil-
Ineptly cheered this sentiment was Wil
liam .B. Astor.
gire Dr. Robert J. Breekinridge, un
cle of the rebel Senator, is about to piib
lish a new series of articles to prove that
it is-the imperative duty of the nation
to suppress rebellion and maintain the
Constitution at any cost of life and treas
J. H. Green, better known as ". the
reformed gambler," holds the position of
captain in an Indiana regiment.
CLIPPINGS FROM OUR EXCHANGES, I
The Colt's Firearm Company, at Ilan
ford, Conn., employ 2,000 men in mak.
S. Dean, Son & Co., of Newark, Del.,
have a contract of manufacturing 400,
000 yards of army cloth
The War Department has decided
that a soldier is entitled to draw pay
from the day he enlists, instead of from
the day his company or regiment is full.
A new steam engine of '7O-horse power
has been placed in the United States
armory at Springfield, Mass., to afford
additional power in the Manufacturing
of army muskets. •
The Beknay Mills, at Laconia, N. H.,
are engaged in the manufacture of mit
tens for the army. They are made upon
knitting machines, and 200 females are
employed in attending them.
iVishWoman in Adams, Mass.,
last week left her babe in charge of a
little girl, who let it fall ono hot stove,
burning the side of its bead so badly,
that its recovery is doubtful.
Walking on stilts is an amusement
that has become epidemic among the
boys of Reading. A son of Mr. W. H.
Rhode, injured himself severely in the
back, on Thursday of last week, by a
fall while trying to step from one door
step to another.
Mr. Redpath, the agent of the Hay
den Government, has offered to trans
port to Hayti, for twenty dollars each,
all negroes, whether free born or eman
cipated slaves, who may be delivered to
him for that purpose in Hampton Roads„
At Taunton, on the 10th inst., a large
grind-stone burst from centrifugal force
in the machine shop of Wm. Mason, and
a fragment. was thrown violently so near
one of the workmen as to graze his cheek
and injure his shoulder.
A disappointed damsel at Boston has
sued a millionaire of that city for breach
of promise of marriage, laying her ilam
ages at $50,000, which sum she says the
defendint agreed to bestow upon his
intended wife on her wedding day.
Hon. J. Glancy Jones, late U. S.
Minister at the Court of Vienna, ii ex
pected home in the Arago, which was
to leave Southampton on the 11th inst.,
and will be due at New York on the
22d or 23d.
The action of - Capt. 'Wilkes in seizing
the rebel ambasSadors, Slidell and Ma
son, on board the British steamer Trent,
has been fully sustained by Caleb Cash
ing in a letter addressed to Mayor Wood.
Mr. Cushing discusses the case in all its
aspects, and shows that the act was per
fectly justifiable according to inteina-
The Bowling Green (Kentucky) Cour
ier says Parson Brownlow was arrested
for treason by the confederate States
commissioner, at Knoxville, on the Gth,
and committed to jail.
The Knoxville Register says a rumor
of an order from the rebel War Depart
ment for Brownlow's safe conduct-to the
North, bad crested an intense excite
Governor Curtin has issued an order
directing all incomplete companies and
regiments to be consolidated, if not fill
ed up by the 16th of January.
General Sumner was thrown from his
horse on Saturday, while reviewing his
troops. A rib was broken and other
injuries suffered, but he is so much im
proved that he hopes to be able to re
sume his command within a few days.
Messrs. Mansfield, of South Braintree,
Mass., are making a pontoon train simi
lar to that used in the French army.--
It is to consist of 64 flat-bottomed boats,
to be connected. together by chains in
forming floating bridges.
S UNDAY SCHOOL EXHIBITION.
THERE WILL BE A
Gr* Stmaay selpoi gOibition
n_ the ethadiat htuteh,
On Christmas Night.
and the night following, DEC. 25n1-2Eni.
The exercises will be Singing, Dialogues,
A GRAND UNION DIALOGUE,
UNCLE SAM'S FAMILY, •
which will be hailed just at this time, as most
Exercises to commence at 7 o'clock, P. Al
DAdmission TER Cents.
Tickets to be had at the door.
C HEAP LAMPS.
A .FRESII SUPPLY OF
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns
of every patern, suitable for the Parlor ' the
Kitchen and ihe Chamber; Hanging and Side
Lamps for Halls, Churches, Stores and Offices.
Having purchased them from the manufactu
rers in large quantities at the Wisest eash rates,
we can sell them much under the usual retail
.prices, .although every other description of
goods are advancing. -
Dec. 21, 1561.] STERRETT & Co.
Horace West, M. 3),
. AVING purchased, in connection with
Harrison Roth, Dr. Grove's Drug Store
located in the Borough of Marietta, for
the practice of the medical professions would
respectfully offer his service to the public.—
He can be found at the office formerly occupied
by Dr. Grove.
The undersigned takes pleasure in recom
mending Dr. West to his friends and patrans.
Dr. W. has been practsing• in this vicinity for
the past 8 or 9 years, and will, beyond doubt,
give entire satisfaction to , all who will give
him a trial. J. IL GROVE.
DYOTT'S Hanging and Side Lamps,
For Sale at WEST & ROTH'S
THE SCIENF.F. OF
OLLOWAY'S PILL S.—The laws re
lating to health are exceedingly simple
as to be within the comprehension of the most
limited capacity. Disease is an effect—the
violation of some principle of nature, conse
quently- the infraction of her laws is invariably
punished with pain and suffering. Medical
writers classify the predispbsing causes under
An unyealthy condition of the Stomach, and a
depraved state of the Blood.
Disorders of the Stomach, Liver 6- Bowels
The Stomach is the great center which in
fluences the health or disease of the system—
Abused or debilitated by excess—indigestion,
offensive breath and physical prostration are
the natural consequences. Allied to the brain
it is the source of headachesonental depression,
nervous complaints and unrafreshing sleep.—
The Liver becomes affected and generates
bilious disorders, pains in the side, &c. The
Bowels sympathise by Costiveness, Diarrhoea
and Dysentery. The principle action of these
Pills is on the stomach and the livet, lungs,
bowels and kidneys, participate in their re
cuperative and regenerative operation.
Impure Blood—Scrofulous Affections
Old Sores, Bad Legs, Irritable and Indolent
Ulcers, Scrofula, Consumption, Salt Rheum,
King's Evil, White Swelling, Cancers, &c.,
are the result of tainted or impoveridiod blood.
By combining with the globulus which com
pose the vital fluid ; the antiseptic properties
of. these Pills neutralize the humors that de.
generate it and a positive cure of any of the
above diseases will speedily follow, while
Holloway's Balsamic Ointment used at the
same time will heal the external sores or
Whether in the young or old, married or
single, at the dawn of Womanhood or the
turn of life, these tonic medeines display so
decidcd.an influence that u marked improve
ment is soon perceptible in the health of the
patient. Being a purely vegetable preparation
they are a safe and reliable remedy for all
classes of Females in eveiy condition of health
and station of life.
These Medicines have been prescribed with
invariable success in all disorders affecting,
childhood. Thousands of cases of Mamps,
Croup, Whooping Cough, Cholera In!untom,
Teething, Worms, &c., have been happily
cured by these mild remedies after all oilier
means had failed.
Holloway's Pills are the Lest remedy in the
wand for the following diseases :
Fevers of all kinds, Cotics, Asthma,
Bowel Complaints, Debility, Gout,
Stone and Gravel, Sore Throat, Dropsy,
Veriereal Affections, Jaundice, Fits,
Secondary Symptoms, In flamation, Piles,
Retention of Urine, Lumbago, Ague,
Tic-Douloureux, Tumours, thatches
Rheumatism, [ on the Skin, &C., &c
'Weakness from whatever cause. &c., &c.
TritroarAirt CAUTION' !—None are gehuine
unless the words "Holloway, New Yo,=A: and
London," are disernible as a F Vatrr•rnark in
every leaf of the bOok of directions around
each pot and box.
•.•Sold at the Manufactory of Professor
HOLLO WA Y, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and
by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in
Medicine, throughout the civilized world, in
boles at 25 cents, 62 cents, and $1 each.
f There is a considerable saving by taking
the larger sizes.
N.B.—Directiens for the guidance of patients
in every disorder are affixed to each box.
EREAS the Honorable Henry G.
Long, President, Ilon. A. L. Hayes. and
Ferree Brinton; Esq,Ass.-Judges of the Court of
Common Pleas, in and for the Count.) of Lancas
ter, and Assistant Justices of the Court of Oyer &
Terminer and General Jail Delivery and Quar
ter Sessions of the Peace, in.and for the County
'Laneaster, have issued their l'recept to me
directed requiring me, among other things, to
make PUBLIC PROCLAMATION throughout my
BailiWick; that a Court of Ciyei and Terminer
and. General Jail Delivery i Also, a co o n, o r
Quarter Sessions of the Peace and Jail Delive
ry, will commence at the Court House, in the
City of Lancaster, in the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, on the
THrin MONDAY IN January, 1862 :
In pursuance of which precept
PUELIE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to the Mayor and Alderman of the City of Lan
caster, in said county, and all the Justices of
the Peace, the Coroner, and Constables of the
said city and county of Lancaster, that they be
then and them in their own proper persons with
their rolls, records and examinations, and in
quisitions,-and their other remembrances, to do
those things which to their offices appertain, in
their behalf to be done; and also those who will
prosecute against the prisoners who are, or then
shall be. in the jail of said county of Lancaster,
are to be then and there to prosecute against
them as shall be just.
Dated at Lancaster, the 11th day of December,
1862. S. W. P. BOYD, SHERIFF.
J. M. KILBOURNE,
Of the 45th Regiment, Penn'a Vols.
s COLONEL THOMAS WELSH,
a brave and humane officer, is now recruiting
to fill this regiment up to the maximum allow
ed by law. This regiment is now stationed
ai Port Royal, C. Now is the time for
young men to visit the Sunny South. The
45th is a model regiment, under complete
discipline, all sober men—and none but such
need apply. A few good drummers and fifers
wanted for the Forty-fifth.
All who may desire to join this" Star" Regi
ment will leave their names with A. M. RAM
BO or Mr. ENN EY, St. Charles Furnace, And
bt ready to march for Port Royal at one days
notice after the 2.5 th inst., at which time I
shall return from the north with recruits.' Re
cruits will be mustered into the service at
Harrisburg, and all expenses paid according
to the regulations of the army.
J., M KI LBOURNE,
Major 45th Regiment, P. V.
HarrlsburA, Dec. 9, 1861.
fr HE RELIEF FUND. This fund being
I now exhausted by the allowances already
granted, the Commissioners have assumed the
responsibility of continuing for some time to
make the allowances to those who are depend
ent on the volunteers in service, trusting that
the public will approve, as the Grand Jury at
the August Sessions recommended this course
but as the Paymaster's Department of the U.
States, is now completely organized, and the
volunteers are generously remitting to their
families a portion of their pay, the Board of
Relief will meet hereafter every two weeks in
stead of every week, and make the allowances
accordingly to those who may be entitled to
receive theni—that is, the same allowance for
the two as has heretofore been made for each
week, and this until an additional ten thous
and dollars shall be exhausted.
ALEX. L. lIAYES,
tEVI S. REIST,
Lancaster December 21, 1861.
- EIs:rATE OF, EPHRAIM JASON. Colored,
17 Late of the Borough of Marietta, Dec'd.
Letters' of Administration on said estate having
been granted to, the undersigned, all persons
indebted . thereto are requested to make imme
diatepayment, and those having claims or de
mands against the same will present them for
settlement .to the undersigned, residing in, the
said Borough of Marietta.
JAMES If. ARMSTRONG
Decgmber 21, 1861. 21-6 t
THE Largest and best assortment of. Fancy
Cloth & Cassimeres and vesting ever offered
in this market and will be sold at prices which
defy. competition by J. Diffenbach:
WVILC X , S Celebrated Imperial Ex
tension Steel Spring Skeleton Skirt, with
self-adjustible Bustle. The latest and best in
use, for sale cheap at Diffenbach's.
FAMfLY COUGH SYRUP :—A cough
Syrup, for children and adults has just
been put up at my store, which should , be in
very family this cold weather. Da. L.-I Nms.
FRESH WINTER GOODS AT DIFFENSACH'S
IT_AviNG just received a large and nicely
selected stock of all kinds of
Ladies' and Gentleman's Wear,
which will be sold at very moderate macs for
Silks, a full line at old prices,
Extra quality Muslins, all prices,
Best make of Flannels, do
A large stock of Shawls,
Plain and Barred Sacied Flannels.
White Goods, Mitts, Linens, Embroideries,
Dress Trimmings, Laces, Gloves, Hosires,
Very large stock of Domestic goods.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings,
Bleached and Unbleached Muslins.
Delaines, Calicos and Ginghams,
Drillings, Sheetings and Checks,
Pant Stulf, Hickory and Tickings,
Embossed Paper Colars, ten for a Quarter,
Paper Neck-Ties—something new, cheap and
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
Canton Matting, &c.
Wall and Window Paper,
Glass, Queensware and Cedarware.
The above goods have been purchased
LOW FOR CASH.
and will be sold at correspondingly low prices,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
of all kinds and prices, constantly on hand.—
Monongahela W;iisky by the barrel at Pitts
bwrg paces, the freight added.
List of Letters.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post
Office, in Marietta, Dec. 12th 1861.
Alderfer, John Malone, Samuel
Billing, John Mcßride, Samuel
Bingham, F. M. Esq.,Mclloiler, George
Brice, Daniel Michel, Samuel
13aumgarther, Fred. Mak, Joseph
Bilet, Jacob D. McCan, Elizabeth
Bucher, Erizabetla Mrs.McFinna, Owen Ilor.
Carothers, J. B. E.sq.,Manning, Sarah A.
Clepper, Sarah Miss ()brier', Harriet Miss 6
Chicktanz, Conrad Perrin, Mary Mrs.
Dubbs, J oieph Pierce, Mary Mrs.
Ebersole, John Bost, Caries
Ge,izerudt, Mary 'loath, Jeremiah
Geugiver, A. M. Rehm, Wendelin
Garber, Swill. S. Rabin, George
Gilman, Mary Mrs. Shireinati, Fanny Mrs.
Hughes, Ellis Shank, Michle
Henry, Charles Spade, Christiana Miss
Hughes, John li. Stewart, Thomas B.
Baines, Henry F. Stotr, Christian
K. G. W. Shaeffer, lout
Kerkstatter, FredertckThompson, Wm.
bulb, Joseph Wright, A. K.
Lammott, L. A. Wise, John
AlcAtree, John Wise, Rebecca Mrs.
Aiachen, Amoi B.
Persons calling for any of the above letters,
will please say advertised.
Aram_ CASSEL, P. M.
MARIETTA, Dec. 12, lmit.
GEO: W. WORRALL,
Baying removed to the Ilooms formerly occupied
by Dr. Sy:craze?, adjoining Spangler t 4 Pot
:MVO/I'f Store, Market Street, where he is now
prepared to wait on all who may feel
disposed to patronize him.
Dentistry - to all :ts brunches car
ried on. TErrn inserted on the most approved
principles of Dental science. All operations
on the mouth performed ir. a skillful and
workmanlike manner—on fair principles and
UN VERY REASONABLE TERMS.
Having determiued upoma permanent loca
tion at this place, would ask a confinuation
of the" liberal patronage heretofore extended
to him, for which he will render gvery possi
$C,r ii:ther administered to proper persons
Painter, Glazier and l'aper Hanger.
D o f uratz
and the public gheenceirt:
ally that hr is prepared to do
Pitper flanging, ^c ,
At very'short notice and at prices to suit the
times. lie eau be fou nd 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-Iy.
U RNETT'S Cocoaine. A compound of
ijk Cocoa-nut Oil, &c., for dressing the Hair.
kor efficacy and agreeableness, it is without
an equal. It prevents the hair from falling off.
It promotes its huilthy and Vigorous growth
It is notgreasy or sticky.
It leaves no disagreeable odor,
It softens the hair wheil hard and dry.
It soothes the irritated scalp skin.
It affords the 'ldlest lustre.
It remains longest in effect. For sale by
WEST & ROTH, Successors to Dr. Grove.
J. A. COIVGDON,
ATTORNEY-4 l'-L Asti ,
Opposite the resulenee of Col. John W. Clark,
Market-st., Marietta,. Pa.
rompt-attention given to securing and col
' lecting Claim K, ssad Orphans' Court busi
ness generally. Will attend to business in
Lancaster and adjoining counties.
Conveyancing and'.utlier writings promptly
ATTo RNE Y-
No. 139 SOUTH
- DLATED WARE:
r of Plated ware at B.
Corner of North Queen st
Lancaster, Pa. Tea Sel
Urns. Pltchels, Goblets
Baskets, Card Baskets, Si
Casters, &c., &c., at maw
- r EVVELRY.-A large
t) fine jewelry of the lat
best factories in the cour
& E. J.
Cor. North Queen at. am
caster, Pa. Our prices t
goods warranted to be as
lIE kNto' (el 1
,Superior Old Bran
Holland Gin; Old. Mader
Pittsburg Whiskey alwl
loWeSt market prices. V
a very low figure; •by thr
J. R. JAFFE
D ANIEL G. BAKER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
' LANCASTER, PA.
OFFICE;:—No. 24 N.ORTII RE STREET,:
opposite the Court House, where he will at
tend to the practice 'of his profession in all its
various branches. FNov. 4, '59.-ly
MWENTY EMPTY HOGSHEADS
I—in good condition—will be sold 7,3 -' VI
at the low price of $1 each and delivered any
where in or near Marietta free of 'Charge. Be
ing in want of cellar room, if taken from the
store soon, a trifle less will be taken. Also, a
lot of excellent
very cheap. For sale at DIFFENBACH'S
Vanilla,Strawberry, Pine Apple,
Almond Rose, Lemon,
just received and for sale at Wen & 'ROTH'S
IXTA - LL P APERS.—We have Just received
anOther supply from the New York and
Philadelphia manufactories. Purheasets 'can
sely upon the newest styles, what will be
told unusually low at 7. It. Dillenbach's.
New and Cheap Books,
Thr sul_ scriber havilig just returned Iron
PHILADELpIIr.4 TRADE A LEN,
offers at the lowest prices al! kinds of B 'ohs,
EN B RA CI NG
Law, Fiction, Medical, Religious,
and other kinds. These Books will all be said
at the lowest prices as we had the advantaz,
and were the only 11,,okseller from Lancaster,
at the Trade Sales, and as a consequence. 'se
can sell lower than any Store. A few of tit.,
Books are here mentioned:
Worcester's Unabridged Dictionary,
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary,
McClellan's Bayonet Exercises,
Revised Army Regulatious,
Soldier's Text Book,
U. S. Infantry Tactics,
Zouave Drill Book,
Gift Books of all kinds,
For the pocket or Centre Table, in great va
riety. The Gift Book for the season.
School Maps, Charts and Cards,
Pelton's Outline Maps,
Sanders' Elocutionary Chart,
Sanders' School Cards,
Sergeant's School Cards,
Webb's School Cards.
Bibles in great variety from Twenty-five
cents to Twenty-five Dollars, some of them
having the finest bindings and plates ever re
ceived in town.
Sunday School Books—:Methodist, Lutheran,
Episcopal, Presbyterian, American Tract So -
ciety, American Sunday School Union.
School Jlooks—Sanders'. Sargent's, Towers,
Parker &. Wilson's Readers. Monteith's War
ren's, Mitchell's, Smith's Geographies. Also,
Algebras, Arithmetics, Grammars, Histories,
Dictionaries, &c. Stationary Copy and Com
position Books. Cap, Note, and Letter paper,
Week Books, Slates, Lead and Slate Pencils,
Pens and Holders, Ink and Inkstands, Rulers,
and Envelopes. The best Ink in the market
sold here, viz: Maynard and Noyes. Arnold's,
Hoover's, Laughlms & BushMdd's, Black
wood's. etc. At the Cheap Book Store of
JOHN EA b ER,
Nov. 301 No. 32, N. Queen st., Lancaster.
WINES AND LIQUORS
Alexander D. Reese,
WINE AND LIQLIOIt DEALER,
Main Sired, [EAST WARD] Mount Joy,
Lancaster County, Pa.
rpll}l undersigned would most respectfylb
i btg leave to inform the public that he has
opened a Wits E AND LIQUOR STORE in all iti
branches. He wilt constantly keep on hand
all kinds of
Brandies Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch
I Brandies ,
Cordials, Bitters, 4-e.
Also, a very *superior Old Eye Whisky just
received, which is warranted pure.
A choice article of German Wine. Various
brands of Champagne Wines.
A. U. IL now asks of the public is a
careful examination of his stock and prices,
which will, lie is quite conlident, result in Bu
te) keepers and others finding it to their advan
tage to make their purchases of him.
ALSO—Kerosene, or Coal Oil, Pine Oil ant
fluid at reduced prices, at the —Enterprise
Wine ti• Liquor Store." A. D. HC i:a t.
Mount Joy, June 2.2, ISKILIy.
NO. 92 MARKET STREET, MARIETTA,
filA 14:ES this inemou ut informing his old
Irientis and the public generally, that he
has re-taken his old stand (recently occupied
by George L. Mackley,) and is now permit
tient ly fixed to prosecute the Halting busitt ss.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Having just returned from the city where he
selected a large, vari d and fashionable assort
ment of everything in the
HAT AND CAP LINE,
and now only asks an examination of his.
stock and prices, before Mirchasing elsewhere.
Having also laid in a aock of Ratting materi
al, he will be enabled, at short notice, to man
ufacture all qualuies—from the common Nut?,
to the most Fos/tamable Silk-Hat.
Employing none but the best of winkmeti,
and manufacturing good goods at low pricea,
he hopes to merit and receive a liberal share or
public patronage. fa — The highest price punt
fur Furs„—in trade or cash.
Marietta, March b, 1561.
Prof. Miller's Hair invigorator
An Effective, Safe and Economical Compound.
For restoring Gray Hair to its original color
without dyeing, and preventing the hair from
For Preventing Baldness, and curing it, when
there is the least particle of vitality in recuper
ative energy remaining.
For Removing Scurf and Dandruff, and all
cutaneous affections of the Scalp.
For Beautifying the Hair, imparting to it an
unequalled gloss and brillancy, making it roit
and silky in its texture and causing it to curl
The great celebrity and the increasing de
mand for this unequalled preparation, convince
the proprietor that one trial is only neCessary
to satisfy u discerning public of its superior
qualities over another preparation ut present in
use. It cleanses the head and scalp from dand
ruff and other cutaneous diseases. Causes the
hair to grow tuxeriantly, and gives it a rich,
soft, glossy and flexible appearance, and els.,
where the hair is loosening and thinning, it will
give strength and vigor to the roots, and restore
the growth to those parts which have become
bald, causing it to yield a fresh covering.of hair.
There are hundreds of ladies and gentlemen
in New Turk who have had their hair restored
by the use of this Invigorator, when all other
preparations had tailed. L. NI. has in his pus
session letters innumerable testifying to the
above facts, from persons of the highest respec
tibility. It will effectually prevent the hair
from turning gray until the latest period of life ;
and in cases where the hair has already changed.
its color, the use of the Invigorator will with.
certainty restore to its original hue, giving it a
dark, glossy appearance. As a perfume toilet
and a Hair Restorative it is particularly rec
ommended, having an agreeable fragrance ;
and the great facilities it affords in dressing
the hair, which, when moist with the Invigo
rator can be dressed in any required farm so as.
to preserve its place, wheth*r plain or in curls..
—hence the great demand, for it by the ladies.
as a standard toilet article which none ought to.
be without, as the price places it within the
reach of all, being
ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
per bottle, to be had at all respectable druggists.
L. Miller would call the attention of Parents
and Guardians to me use of his _lnvigorator, in
cases where the childrens' Hair inclines to be
weak. The use of it lays the foundation fot a
good head of hair, as it removes any impurities
that ma} have become Connected with the
scalp, the removal of which is necessary both
for the health of the child, and the fixture ap
pearance of its Hair.
CAUTION.—None genuine 'Without the fac
Simile Louis bttLLnit being on the outer wrap
)er, also, L. MILLER'S HAIR INVIGORATOR,
q. Y. blown in the glass.
Wholesale Depot,s6 Dey St., and sold by all
• ie principal Merchants and Druggists through
, it the world.
beral discount to purchasers by the quantity.
I also desire to present to the American
Nem 4 Improved Instardanious Hair Dye
'eh after years of scientific experimenting I
e brought to perfection. It dyes Mack or
twn instantly without injury to the Hair or
, warranted the best article of the kind in
PRICE ONLY 60 CENTS•
Depot, 56 Ley Street, New York
LOTHS AND CASSIMERS.—A very au,
parlor selection of French and German
hs, and Cassimers, ands variety of beauti-
Vestinga, a new and fashionable lot, just
ved at Diferthath's Cheap Store.
BARRELS PURE CIDER VINEGAR,
1 FOR FAMILY USE.
Sale at DIFFENBACIPi Chcap Cash Store.