The Mariettian. (Marietta [Pa.]) 1861-18??, December 21, 1861, Image 3

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    13t "Yotat Riaritttian.
4 11,a Ri ETTA (A it Mts.—The several pas
sowzyr trains leave "Upper-station" as follows:
The i „„ m i n g train east at 7:20. The mail train
writ at 12:17. The evening. train east at 5:06.
T!ie evening train west at 7:00.
Saturday, December 21, 1861
OUR FIRST PAGE On our first page
will be found an interesting local legend,
entitled "The Dark Christmas," which
we copy from and old number of "The
Mariettain." Als ) a very feeling and
melancholy stanzas from the pen of our
esteemed f. fend Capt. RATUVON, on the
drowning of his son Franklin ; and an
essay read before the late meeting of the
Lancaster County Teachers' Institute.
Cr Our patriotic circle have set in in
downright earnest. There is much to
be done, however—work and room for
all who can find heart and time thus to
labor in the cause of humanity. ,Let
those noble hearted women of our coin
munity who can meet with their sewing
implements, prepare to make their nee
dles as potent, in their sphere, as the
sword and the bayonet, in putting down
rebellion and sustaining the defenders of
the Union, now come forth, as they did
in Revolutionary times. We are in
formed that mittens made of good cloth
are very servicable and desirable. We
would suggest that cloth' of those por
tiuns of garments that are very little
worn—as inside of coats,
answer this purpose. tlave the ladios
considered thismatter ? If so, tell the
men to ldok up their cast off garments—
let there be no waste in these days.
We are also requested to state that soft
hats are much needed to furnish soles
for hospital slippers. Every gehtlemen,
therefore, young, old and middle-aged,
will please look after all his cast off
" tiles," and hand them Over. The silk
hat will not do so well—it needs a stout,
well felted Let all the wen
take due notice and have the article
hunted up and handed over—the sooner
the better. The last attendance at Mrs.
Grove's was quite lull, but room—ample
room for more. Conte : - one, come all, to
Mrs. Timlow's, on Thursday evening
nest, at six :o'clock, Now that the
good work is begun ; let ,none be behind
her neighbor.
Wr The developement pr• the Van
Wyck investigating committee, tell an
awful tale against the management of
the War Department. This does nut at
hall surprise'us knowing the grand head
and front—the old diet . " himseif—
to be ready for anything that may "turn
up" to make a nimble shilling—and then
—and then—his camp followers—such
41 horde or leeches would damn any Ad
ministration. The sooner the President
re-constructs his cabinet the better, and
particularly the removal of the port
folio of the War Department to more
competent' and more honest guardian
By the way, that dinner to the
" Chief" did not come off, for reasons
best known to the " select ring•" Our
rerorter regrets exceedingly not being
able to furnish us - an account of the
display of " muscle, flesh and wine," and
now learns, with regret, that when it
does come ott, he will be unable to get
into the sanctum sanctorum, having for
gotten the "Kickapoo" 'countersign.—
This we also truly regret for something
spicy was expected.
crip—hf r Shaeffer, the Bookseller, has
:Fist received a lot of Holiday goeds.—
See his advertisment. Ile keeps pace
with the times ; his stock will be found
large and varied ; a little of every thing
in the Holiday present way. This is one
of the most extensive book establish
ments west of Philadelphia.
co- Further particulars have been re
ceived of the great tire at Charleston,
which show that the extent of the dam
age was but little exaggerated. The
loss is estimated at from $5.000,000 to
$7.000,000. The flames swept over
nearly all portions of the city.
eir The County Commissioners hav
ing exhausted the fund of $20,000 for
the families of the volunteers, now pro
pose ming ONCH in, two weeks, until ten
thousand dollars more are exhausted.
lir William D. Reitzel. of Landis
vill, this county, has been authorized by
Gov. Curtin to raise an Infantry com
pany to serve three years or during the
giar IL L.:& E. J. Zahm, Lancaster,
have just received a large assortment of
beautiful jewelry and fancy articles,
suitable for holiday presents.
Sterrett Sr. Co., have just received
a new lot of Coal Oil Lanipa; which for
beauty and price exceeds anything we
have yet seen.
gir The Christmas Exhibition at the
M. B. church, premises to be something
veiiki. Soil. card In another column.
ar French's Conical Wash Machine
—read the.. advertisement.: Also the
new " Hemmer and Shield."
...„ ...... ,
cr' A. few more recruits wanted in
Col. WELSH'S Regiment. See Major
Kilbourne's ,card.
....... ........ .
!kr The mail train west does,_not
rive here until 12.17 instead of 12.11 as
Col. Baker: —A few weeks ago you
designated the preaching of our preach
ers in this borough, as abolitionism; and
though you commended their views, yet
the word is of such horrible import to
some of our people, that I think a
little explanation may be useful.
An editor in this county, who proba
bly does not differ from the views you
commend, lately said that be was in
favor of putting the secessionists down
with the bullet ; and, when•the rebellion
was subdued, he would then go for put
ting dowu the abolitionists with the bal
lot. (Hope he will have a good time of
it" if ho is not himself put down
by the preponderance of abolition bal
lots ;—for "that is a game two can play
at.") It is evident that you and he do
not use the. word to express the same
meaning—and "who shall decide when"
Editors "disagree ?"
This word, "abolitionist," is yet a ter
rible war club among demagogues,
wherewith to "floor" an opponent, when
reason and logic fail. Even here, at the
north, it has not lost its fearful power
over ignorant and misinformed people;
as is evident about election times, and
from the columns of some of our news
papers who see editors act on the max
im, "only throw plenty of dirt ; some of
it will stick !" And at the south—all
through Secessia, especially—its appli
cation to any individual endangerS rep
utation property, liberty and life. Bet
ter be called Atheist, Anarchist, or any
ether 'most odious and horrible name,
than be brs.nded as an Abolitionist in
most of the Southern states. Why ?
Because the further south you go, the
more horrible and awful and abominable
is the meaning attached to the word, In
short, so many changes have been rung
upon the word—so many and such bad
meanings have been attached to it at
different periods, in different localities,
and by different parties, that it has lest
all definiteness. and precision of mean
ing ; and is taken by its sound only," as
sociated with every evil remembrance.
We have beard of "a deed without a
name ;" this has become "a name with
out"a deed" to Match it in horror`—used
equally to scare the master and the
Last fall—l give the story as it was
told me—aman objected to a.eandidate,
that he was - "an abolitionist." "Abo
litionist!" said a friend, "what is that ?"
As the ma was unable to give's clear
definition, the friend continued—" Well,
what is-it like? Is it most like a male,
or like a wheelbarrow,T"l'hi objeCtcr,
thought it was something most like a
u•lteelharrow 1 Now as there are not a
fr,w blethering demagogues, even in
Pennsylvania, who freely apply the word
to every man they wish to render.odious,
and 'who could `not, prObably, - give any
clearer definition, is it not time that
editors stop it from being "trundled
around," by defining clearly what they
mean by the word When they use it 7
I have been repeatedly stigmatised as an
abolitionist, and been urged by friends
to deny it ; but what shall I deny? In
the sense in which Franklin, Washing
ton, Jefferson, Patrick Henry, and other
revolutionary sages were abolitioniits,
I, too, am one. But certairdy, as..mean
ing that I would violate all constitution
and law, and urge slaves to cut their
master's throats, I arc not an abolitionist.
In the same degree that our leading
Union Democrats, the President and his
Cabinet, are abolitionists; I am one ;
but as meaning a man who declares
that the negro is socially or politically
the equal of the white man (taking the
average of the races in this country and
age,) I would but write myself an ass to
say I were one. And stupid ass that
must any man be, who would pron Ounce
me Buell, .after hearing my public ad
dresses last summer, and reading my
articles within the year past published
in your paper..
But, to a few definitions of the terms.
In the rebel states, all Republicans and
nearly all northern Democrats are called
Abolitionists. Any opposition to slave
ry—to its extension or perpetuity—to
its aggressions, or to it as an evil of any
character or degree, is Abolitionism.—
In the border slave states, where many
yet consider slavery an evil and oppose
its supremacy so government, and its
unlimited extension or perpetual con
tinuance, this meaning is denied. An
abolitionist means one who would "run
off slaves," or otherwise illegally, or un
constitutionally, or violently , interfere
with the institution. But this definition
has so many shades ,and degrees of mean
ing, that it is very vague and indistinct
in most minds. In the border free states
the same vagueness, as we, have seen,
prevails. One means by it, merely in
terfering with slavery in the slave states
by, writing or speaking against, it—while
another means, inciting the slaves to in
surrection, robbery and murder to ob
tain their liberty—and others mean all
or any shades of meaning between or
beyond these . definitions! As we ad
vance Nort t h,and East' the terms are con
fined mainly to, -the organized associa
tions of anti-slavery •men and women,
and lose nearly all odium when applied
even to these people.
But as wrong . information has been
widely spread in regard to the views of
derritt Smith and his followers, and Gar
rison, Wendell. Philips and their follckw
ers, a few words more, as •regards their
views, may not be amiss.
Gerritt Smith holds that slavery has
no constitutional or legal existence, is
simply a nsurpatied and . outrage on all
government, human • and divine. Not
being named in the U. S. ConstituNn,
it "line ;118 7 e.iiilere,theft, and ic6nie
• - ;01'
quently no , "compranse l.o
"In its favor.—
And hence, were all constitution and
law construed literally, and according to
the principles of "Common law," slavery
would not be ; and freedom would at
once be the recognized right and inheri
tance of every human being who had
not lost it by crime.
Wm. Lloyd Garrison and his friends
hold that slavery exists only by power
of the U. S. Constitution—against all
right, human and divine, moral, social
and political—so that Were the govern;
meet changed aright, and the Union
dissolved, .slavery would die, Hence
they will not vote, held office, or own
allegiance, or in any wise countenance
our government, lest they become par
takers in its iniquity; and in all peace
able ways and proper means they feel
bound to free every slave, break every
yoke, and set all the oppressed free.
Up to the outbreak of the rebellion,
(for I know not what changes, if any,
the war may have made in their opinions
and feelings) both these Anti-slavery
parties were non-resistants—opposed to
the use of brute force, and especially to
shedding blood, to advance their opinions
or to free the slave. Hence much of the
horror mistakenly felt and expressed
against the latter especially, may safely
be abated, except by those who suppose
our Union to be "a bag of cotton at one
end, and a negro slave at the other."
forty years; Dr. Holloway has been supplyink.
all the Armies of Europe with his Pills. lad
Ointment, they having proved 'themselves the
only Medicine able to cure the worst cases of
Dysentery, Scurvy, Sores, Wounds and
Bruises. Every' knapsack should contain them:
Only 25. cents per 13ok or Pot:
Small Po x, have already sacrificed
some of our best and bravest troops, Soldiers;
listen to the' voice of reason, snpply . yourselves
Pills purify the blood ,and strengthen the
stomach', while the Ointment removes all pain,
and piefents pit marks. Price 26 cents per
Box'or Pot. , .
To CONSUMPTIVES: The, advertiser having
been restored to health in a very few weeks by
a very simple remedy after having suffered sev
mai years with a severe lung affection, and
that dread disease,. Consumption—is anxious
to. make 'known to his fell Ow. Sufferers the
Means of cure. To all who desire it; he will
send a copy of the prescription used, (free of
charge,) with the directions for Preparing and
using the same, which they will find a, s u a Ii
EU a F. for Consumption, Asthma, Brunchitas,
&c. The only object of the adVertiSer in sen
ding the prescriPtion is to benefit the afflicted,
and spread information which he conceives to
be invaluable, and lie hopes every sufferer will
try his remedy, as it will 'cost them nothing,
and may prove a blessing. .i'erS'olis wishing
the prescription will please address
3m] Williamsburg,. Kings c0.,..N..1C.
We 'have heard ,of some - astonishing
cures being made by Prof. De Grath's Electric
. It seems to act on the diseased parts with
leinarkable ellects and in a short space of time
health . .
regains its sway. It can be had of the
Agents here, see advertisement in anothe
For sale by all Druggists and. Dealers in the
United States and Canada. Price 25 cent. 4, 50
cents, and $1 per bottle. ' '
rt.. See advertisement
iCrSee advertisment of Prof. L. Miller's
Bair Invigorator, and Liquid Hair Dye, in an
other part of this paper.
holy Bj Baap!)
'Christmas and Neto• Years Gifts!
... • ..... ........ ,
Cheap Book Store,
O 1 P R I
INGthe largest and best
st i standard
Religious, Hisimical
ii CZ Political, Scientific and Mis
collaneous Booxs,
Games and Puzzles,
Dressing Casses, Ladies
Traveling and Shopping Bags,
Portfolios ' Cabas, Writing Desks, .
' Dloey Purses, Pocket Books, - &c , fee.
Instruments, Call
Bells, Fine Pocket
Cutlery, Pearl and ivory
Paper Cutters, Gold and
Silver Pens and Pencil Cases,
Checker Boardi and Men, Chess
Men, Dominoes, and an . endless
variety of useful and fancy articles
selected expressly for the approaching
Holiday Season. For price and assortment
of, goods in my line, I fell quite confident I
cannot be surpassed by any in Lancaster City.
and see the great variety at
Cheap Book ,Store, No. 32 North Queewat.
Located on Chestnut Street, opposite the
and in close proximity; to the principal Jabbing
and lmpoiting }lenses, Banks, Custom Honse,
and places of amusements. The City Cara
can be taken at the door (or .within a square)
fdr .any depot in the City. The House tins
been renovated and refitted, and
'..- H. L. Bc-E. J. ZAH . M.- ,-
-,---,--,-„ irli-ESPECTFULLY inforin their
4-0 1 friends and the public that they
- ; 4l `' still continue the WATCH, CLOVIt
,;•-,, , ..2 AND JEWELRY business at the;old
stand, North-west corner of North
Queen So `'and Center Square, Lancastet,pa
A fullassntment of goods-in our line °Must
ness always en.hand and for sale atthe lowest
cash rates: '.=- 'Repciliing'atteiided to hr
floridly by the proprietors. ' ,
T" American Watcnes are amo,hglhyawst
timekeepers now in use, and for durability
strength,and simplicity far surpass ;any other
watch made in. the, world. fi
. .
H. L. 4r E. J. ZAJIM
Corner of North Queen-st., and Centre Square
Lancaster, Pa., have them for sale at
. the fiery
lowest' rates—every watch accompait'ed with
the manufacturers guarrantee to ensure its gen
ill)poirfarit io Toadies.
........ .........
Patent Henitner and Shield,
rs pronounced by all who have used it "just
1 the thing" for those using -the needle, as it
completely protects the finger, and makes a
neat and uniform hem while the operator is
. One half the labor of , sewing is saved by
using this remarkably,
No lady should be without it.' his also just
the thing for girls to use learning to sew.
Its remarkable cheapness brings it within
the reach of the million. Sample sent by mail
on receipt of the price,
Descriptive Circulars furnished on application.
A liberal Discount -to the 'Trade.
Enterpriegng agents wanted in :every town
and county throughout the United Sates and
Canada, will find most profitable employment
in. selling this useful article, as it•meets with
ready sales wherever offered—has no competi
tion—and profits are very large.
Address, . •-• A. H. , DOWNER,
Patentee and Proprietor,
442 Broadway, New-York.
N. B —General and exclusive - agencies will
be granted on the moat liberal terms. [3m
The most simple,durable,convenient and eco
nomical article ever invented for the purpose.
Will do the washing of an ordinary family
beforo before breakfast, not only saving time
but clothes.
By strictly following the printed directions,
which are simple and easy, it will wash, at one
time, six shirts, oi two dozen small articles,
in about six or seven minutes, or their
By all the ordinary methods Of cleaning
fine fabrics, such as laces; &c., the greatest
care is ,iequired, while with this machine the
most delicate articles can be washed without
the possibility of darnagi,..
These results are produeed by the constant
reaction of the sods while the machihe is in
FM - allies, laundries; lintels, Warding- hauses,
hospitalpi asylums, boarding .schools '
on ships
and on steamers, and, in the army, who have
machines in Use, have sent in their testimoni
als voluntarily, and the enema iums of the press
are very numerous,,some of which nave pub
lished in a neat pamphet forni.'
All I ask of the public c'arefurexamina
tion of this machine before purchasing 01 others.
General Depot, 4 . 1.9 Broadway,' corner of
Canarstreet, NOv-York.
A. - B. G
N. B.—A liberal discount, to the Trade.
Agents wanted.' sehd for a Circular.
Address Box 2893 Netv,-NOrit
Frec. 21-3m.] ,
The Great National Nuttier , ofthitellect %for i
American. Heart:and Rames
.^ , THZ 4
A New 5 yew' with dna' ()Id Friend
- -
(Y New Year's day of 1362, - tliat world=
renowned and unrivaiedgern of American
jourii skein, 'the +peerledd' "New !York' Merpury;
will enter upon,tbe P.Ve4y-ftiurth "year,of,the
most brilliant career ever itieliioe.i'hY alpiper,
During the past year it has ,bben teacher;
story-Wier, mentor, and oracle of.two hundied
thousand American 'honied; frcitit •oceah to
ocean—and from QUebeck, in Ceitiada, to Pen,
socola t on the Gulf of Mexico. • r oulig 'and
old, rich and poor, have revettled,in'its enL
chanting, stores ofmisdom,,,romance.., arp;poel
try; and genial humor; andyita prays?
A‘Farailiar in their inotiths.ashous.ehold words.,
The noble patriot,soldier la, hie ,teuti :too t ,
has wiled away the tedium of estop lite iu the,
; Absorbing-review. of its .
Forty Brilliant Columns ;
finding in them a fascinating mental discipline
known only to those who rally to, the Banner
sheet of the Grand army of American Intellect
and Genius !
In commencing a Yew Year, the propyiefors
of. the New York Mercury.,can, only Say, - that
it shall be their aim to Make their great family
journal of American literature, for 1862,mere
brilliant and enchanting than ever, in its
of all the, world's irandeat and
beautiful specialities in healthful Romance,
graiseful Poetry, elegant and, quaint GoSsip,
refining Knowledge, sparkling Hunior; and
entertaining News—un*il, like love, it•
"--rifies the court, the camp, - thebower,"
as it already rules the happy domestic, fi're'side.
The editorial tone and National departments
of The New York MercurY will continue true
t'i that lofty spirit of patriotism which has
made it a necessity of the people since the
War began, and kept it in enthusiastic demand
when other sheets were dying all around it for
want a popular support.'"
,Already the largest Literary Journal in the
world, 'and fainons as the focus of a thousand
brilliant literary reputations, .its programme
for 1b62 will be magnificent beyond all pre
cedent. The most celebrated , pens of this
country and Europe have been secured in its
service, at an outlay equal to the expense of
more, than one national government in the
Old World! and its novelettes, or continued
stores, for 1862, will bo the most splendid
triumphs of elegant Fiction ever published.—
To these, too, the magic pencil of the greatest
of American Artiste, Mr. Felix 0. C. Darley,
will lend the aid of pictorial art.
Our story, initiary of the New Year, is a
splendid national Romance, commencing in
the New York Mercury•of Saturday, January
4th, 1862, and entitled
The Rebel Privateer.
A Tale of the Present nine.
It is the greatest nautical Novektte since the
days of Marayatt.
The New York Mercury is sold by all news
men and periodical dealers in Anierica.
subscribers, it is regularly mailed every Satur
day morning, for $2 a year ; three copies for
415; six copies fir $9: eight copies for $l2,
with an extra copy, free, to, the getter up of
the club. Six months' subscriptions received.
Alwa.S , s write plainly the name of Your Post
Office, County and State. We take the notes
of all specie paying banks at par. Payment
must invariably be made in advance.
It7'. Specimen Copies'Sent free to all appli
cant.. .
Address all letters and remittances, post
paid; to
Proprietors of The New York Mercury.
' 46 and 48 Ann Street
N0..21-6t.1. , • Naw linatc CITY.
• " Boot itted Shoe' Manufacturer
Would most reipecttully inform the 'eitaz' ens
Of this 'Borough and'neigb borhood that'he has
the largest assortment . ' of City made work in
his line of :business this Borough, and be
ins a practical BOOT AND SHOE MAR
himself,is enabled to seleerwitliinore judgment
than thoSe who•are.not. • He continues to Mil
lifacture, in •the very ilea mnnaer everything
in the BOOT AND,9I - 19E LINE; which he
win warrant foe neatness and good fit.
11:3'•Ciill and examine his stock before 'pur
chasing elsewhere.
- rot'. J. Z. 1-IOFFER; DENTIST,
iy OF THE 8A1.T1711033.E Cbttitcr. OF DErira t.
OFFICE: "Front street, fOurth "door --*"7„ - -=__7:
from Locust, over Saylor &AlcDon-ii iiiii i ii
aid's' •Book • Store, Columbia. Entrance be
ween the Drug and` Book Stores. [3IIY
Something New!
1_ : 8,62.
liorvict WEsr, M. D.]-[HARRISON ROTH
the entire stock, good will end fixtures of the
Drug Store of Dr. J. H. Grove, take this me;
thod of informirig the . patrons of this establish
ment and the pUblic . in general, that nothing
shall be wanting to insure at all times a fresh
and complete asss , rtment of
Dvs, 2e , i'ftliiou, Toilet
Soaps, Hair and Tooth Brushes, Combs,
Thoth Washes and Powders, Hair
Dyes, Patent Medicines, Paints,
Oils, TVhitele . ad, Varnishes,
Dye-Stuffs; Glass,
and everything usually kept in a well regula
ted apothecary.
Anew acid fancy lot of Coen, 011 . TA?S:VS—
the finest in die Iloroogh—at.priees to suit the
times. Lamp Tops attached to old Lamps at
short notice. Globes, Wicks; 'Clkinine)s, 4c.,
always on hand.
A very convenient cci-Lorn LAani" Tor car
rying about, the house, just r.lceived. .
A nicely selee:ted.lot of all !Finds of Station
ary, Knvelopes, Pens, Pen-hohlerA, Inks,
,all grades and at all prices.
An, encll?ss
,variety of fancy and Toilet ar
ticles on band:
Just receivedi an excellent article of Co al
011 now selling 415 cents a quart..
Marietta, November 9, Iti6l. 1y
'New 1.000 Ana cotit
frHR sub i scriber -havinp, purchased the wo
k pertylately occupied by
would most respectfully call :the
attention of his old friends -and--customers to
to the fact that he t is now prepared to sell
at the very lowest 'figures by Boat-load, Car,
load; or otherwise.
his Stock of Lumber will be selected 'from
one of the best manufactories and cannot faa
to 'give Satisfatetiori.
He is - also prepaied to supply "BILL &Tore"
at short notice ` and at low prices. '
will consist of Shatnokin, Red and White Ash y
Baltimore Corn pany, Lykens Palley,
ti.l of which he will sell by the Reg'
' load, Car-load r or by . the '
-He will als eoatiiitie thereeeiving:or tool at
very-low figures. .
• DAVID ROTH - ' 4
• De al eek in Hardware:-
Cedarware Paints - Oas
- beta Cook, ffitli offleh, stdber, &e.;
-OULDtiike this nifeatisk& info riding the
citizens of .Marietta and-vicinity that he
`it . prepared to furnish anYtliing in his line,
•consiiting in pate; of Ttibl , e 'Ci5 r I efysof
kinds ; Building a n d•
ware; styles; Cutlery, Tools ? Paints,.oils,
•Briass;NarnisheS, 'Cedrlrwife,•-Tub's, 'Buckets,
Churn's,' Knives, Fork s,• Spoons,. Shovelk Poi
kers, Tongs, Candlesticks, Fans,lVaiters, Cop i•
per and. Brass Dior, teak,. Pad, e.nd
all other kind of 'Leeks, • Iti,ait . 4,' spa
rn factVverythingn"iiiiill:t kePtireaNvell
ted Hattivare'eStabliiiffineht. =" •' •
" r 241 21.1 I
Nerchant and: Clothier,.
At .F. J. Eramph's ad staiitiviiri the air
ner of IVOft.h; (' cp“,Prfmac
Streetg laticdster; Pennitt.
rt It AT E 11 , -L'Othe , Clitizens'of Marietta
13 - and Vicinity, for the' liberal patrOniige
, erkcifOr'e eateh i deet. the , driderkitried } reklAct
, fully' solicits a• continuance of
curing then,'ihit 'tinder all- ctietimstaulceS; no
efforts will be spared iu rentleritikiClinti : Sftiftlftry
'equivalent for eier7 act•oftotifidenceffeliosed.
GLCiTiISi CA ssrai EiZEt " V ES'r tlics, and .
such other" Sestioirableniatc‘itarlsfithichillitil
'the inarket furrifslies; elitiktipt lk-kept" on , hind
and - ritaiinfactured to order; pibniiiitly, and rea
' soliatilY, tastedr '
Gerittemeies'Eurnishing , Gooimis
stieli Wit - PC) ek Rlbilig to Vol'et
chaiirTiildringitnd Cidthin4 eatitiliShnientt
. .
7CIBACCEY '.olGilt Sr; tNlliit
Opposite the 'Cross
IVlARltrnik; ' •
jHE undersigned world respectfullyinforn.
Jim public th[at he still con.tjnues, at ;the
ofd stand, corner Of Setad and Walnut streets,'
directly upßqsite the Cross Keys Hotel, to keep
on hand
,and for sale, kinds of Cigars frcm
Ffalt SPaniAlibp, rn prices Mira $6, s7ss2o to
sbo per.thousand. .Tomiccia.,--Natuyal Leaf,
Eiicelsior Cavendish, Oianosm . , Con-
gress'Fine . Si:Mu Ladtel TWigt, Coarse Spun
Twlst, Eldorado, Jeysel. of.Ophir tobacco; An
derson's best Fine-cut. All kinds of tine Ci
gars manufactured of,imPhrted stock. SIXES
HALF SPANISH. Eappee Snuff and all kinds
Fancy P Smoking Tobacco. Scented'snuffs,
Fine-cutipes, Cigar rubes, sc. [ 302515
"211 E. UNION."
Arch Street, above 1 hied, Philadelphia,
Ur 701% S. ,r.wcontr.B.
B3=° This Hotel is central convenient by
Passenger Cars to all parts of the City, and in
every particular adapted to the comfort and
wants of the business public.
Terms $l.OO per day.
J4AWES AND GENTS Anderson has just
received an elegant assortment of Perfu
mery, consisting of Toilik 'Sdaps, Hair
Extracts and Colognes at prices much below,
the usual rates, also some very handsome Canes
for gentlemen, Portmouies, &c.
EMBROIDERIES—Just received the largest
and most desirable lot of Embroideries eve
uttered for sale here, consisting in part of beau
tiful French Worked Collers, Undersleeves
Spencers, Swiss and Jackrinett, Edging and in
erting, Flouncing . , &c., selling very low.
Hammered and Rolled Iron,
-S. liars. Norway, Nail Rods,American
and German Spring and Cast Steel, Wagon
80xe5,..1 - ron Axles, Springs &c., for smiths.
PECTACLES to suit all who„gt.
0 can be aided with glasses.
can he bought at IL L. 4. J. ZAHMIS; Cor
ner of North Queen-st., and Center Square,
Lancaster. New glasses refitted in old frames,
at short notice. [v6-11r
NIVES & FOR.KS, , Britainia and Silver
i% 'plated Spoons, Brass; Copper, Plain and
Enameled Iron Kettles, and llouseseeping
goods generally. • • , Sterrett If Co.
1.3 ": Paper Neck' Ties; beautiful, fashionabk
and cheap, at Diffenbach,s.
perior to any now in use, can be had at the
Cheap Store `of' Diffeobarh. - -. •
k_ for Culinary purposes, warranted genuine
at 11. D. ,Benjamin. ip Co's.,
U ADF.IRIA E.% WIN bodied and fruity, at the " Enterpriagr,St.ore.r
, •
A..D. ...qg Minna Jay.
ALT 1 SALT I A—af you v.mot to buy
SAyr • .
Cell at the gore Of SPANGLY...a PIaTTER.SON
_ . . .
IGOODWI.IOB ilk :PlontatiOn Ine
/• Chewing Topacco , The bee; in the
RiF ea/a at WOLF.F.IS.
mo LANDLORDS! Just- received, Scotch
and Irish WHISJ lES, vrarrau
ted pure, at H• D. Belajamain's.
AFULL assortment of Fresh Winter
Goods of the most desirable styles.
Ladies, Gentlemen's, - Misses and Youth&
French Merinoes at a great bargain,
Fancy Wool DeLaines below the cost
of importatic,m,,Qohurgs,,Thibits, Prints.
and Ginghams in 'great variety.
aoths, -Comineves and Trcsting.
very cheap, Cloaking. Cloths in all colors, at a
decided barglin, Hoods, Nubias; Gloves
and notions generally, as cheap as CWT.
A Job. lot of. extra-fine-
at less than halt the usual' eog,
Flannels, Maslins, (,becks,. Sheetings and all ,
other king:Lae DRY" GOODS, together
with 'Groceries, Fish, '&c., in kill supply.
The Great Indian Herbal Tea.!
1 - IR. N G USN'S lasi DI WI
- .
Celethatedi Female. Medicine possesses.
virtue unknOwn of anything else of the kind,
and prooving effectual after all others have
failed F. it is'prepared tom an ^ Indian Herb --
peculiar to Northern Mexico, and Texas, am'.
is used by the Natives in prOducing.the EIONT.O -
LT, LtICXN.F.Si. ft" is designed for both. marnec
n single ladies; and'id. the vent best thin, , .
known for the purpose; as it will remove ai6
olistrUctiOnS after other remedies have beet,
tried in vain. Ilia a pleasant tea, containing
nothing Nur-ions to betelth r lind a care awl be
relied until' in all caw's.
Prolapsiii Uteri, or failing of the Womb -,.
Perms Albirs, or Whites; Chronic Itillamatiom
or Ulceiation of the Womb; Incidental Ilem
ra.e or Flooding ; and disease of the Spine.
Ladies in the early stake of pregnancy
are cautioned against the use of this. tea, as it
will prod'uce'itlisearriage.
Prepttred and Sold by
Phi4 — delphia, Pa.
Prier $l.OO 'per package, (teithltiLl
for usc) sent by Expreak or Mail
' td any addreas.
Dr. E.' calrhe' denetilted in all obstinate
Female Complaints, in person ti by letter,
and whir furniSh the Gotta-perelia. Female
Syie recominended by the Faculty
ta'rharriel labiegfor special - Purpoes.
Also Radical. 'Cure and Other Trusses—lm
proved Rotary and Spine Ab‘fominal Support
ers—Shoulder ]traces—Elastk and Lace Stock-
Appisrati* fit Weak and Curved
Spine—and Instrunients for all Deformities.—
'Yniiigh Steak of the aboye'artieles constantly
'oiiliand,taad'ivill` be furnished at lowest rates
by sending order with measurement and full
113 —, A i ll' : cninniunictitions strictly confiden
tial. For further particulars please address,
6. W. English,
216 'Smith SecorieStreet, iklow Dock.
11:3 =. 1 have nO - . ents.
_ Dft. HENRY
„Jr/ Il k/ 4
Redvin Avg§ Per Amery,
, Tnit . .I , LA.NIDIS-liauing purchased the entire
,c-jr interest and.:g,ondtwill of Dr. F. Hinkle's
Drug Storey: ould .thke this opportunity to in
-forint' the.-eltizens .Marietta and the pub] ic
:generally; that ,havingjust , receilted from Phil
adelphia a large addition to the old stock, he
will spare no .pains,tnikeep constantly on, hand
Aheibestandanost.complete assortment of eve;
, the drug liee...
ttrdfldeir 40' 'cad ntECIOS,
consistrigin pat ofiGelman, French and Eng-
Aish ~perfnmory,, , ,Shnying, Soaps and Cream',
IToptkand,Nnibßrushesilinffalo and other
ttiriCdnitie; Tiazr Oit,3;Pomades,etc.
.1 ) ort EQq.ket Books,
cid Botes;
,;r4c celebgated , ATE,
Pe n cpapetapij.ptilier,ToothilY,ashes,lndia Cola •
gogne, Trteoperousjor the I)av
Atutn„Arpoldjs largc :s andstnal...l sized bo -
tles, Halmqt. a Thopsand,_FloA . ers„ Flour "I
Ittce,, Corn Starch, lieekeris Farttta, all kind
ak pure: Ground 4picgs,, Comp,43ip . ll Syrup of
phosPhate,,pr e3ifellentar
'cal for cronic dyspepsia and a to l nie in Cot , -
.oraptive eases,aennet,,forreoagulating niil
I ~s4exeellen,l, pre peratipu i for tOle ; Table
Qil—ver`y, fine--I,oities sizes. Pure Co•l
of,„1-fael 3 s perfultiery,pOmades,
soaps &e .His,Kothaircm or .1 - fair Restoratilo
is now exerywbere acknowledgefi the, best.
.. : UM Port, Sherry and Madeira
. Winzs and
Brandies , for,, inedtgal.
_purposes, ,
. .
, Dr. L. will himself,see that every precaution
,be taken in, the compounding of Physiciat,'s
prescpptions., ,
The Doctor can ; be professionally consultt d
at the store when_ not engaged elsewhere,
~Marietta, August 24, 1861.-ly
Having just returned from the city with
a nicely selected lot of Roark-made Clothing,
which the undersigned is prepared to furnish at
reduced prices;, having laid in a general assort
ment of men and boys' clothing, which he is
determined to sell Low, Fan CASH. His stuck
consists of fivan-COATS, FROCK A N
GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, SI.C. EVerylbial& in the
Furnishing Goods line. Call and examine b..-
fore purchasing elsewhere. Everything sold at
prices to suit the times. JOHN BELL.
Garner of Elbow Lane and Maqzet
next door to atssel's Store
Marietta, October 29, 1856.
bi° llo J o4, jAlk ifea3 Islooes, Su.
MIUHAEL_ GABLE, Marble - Maso e,
Opposite the Town Hall Park,
, Narietta, Pa.
THE Marble business in all its brancue,,
will be continued at the old place, near
the Town 1101 and opposite Funk's Cross Jiffs
Tavern, where e Very description of inertia.
work will be kept on hand or made to order at
short notice very reasonable prices.
Marietta, J one 29,.1861. 49-ly
. - A O.A
• JOHN CA ftlE4Olt X 3X
•- , ,-•
Hygienic Physiciin & Aceoiichenr,
Corner,of Front ,and Gay. Streets,
ANDERSON' S . ! Affention Butchers
and Houskapers. Having a great demand for
our famed SPICES, I have concluded to con
tinue to keep a constant supply of Ground
per. Groutt4 .Corriander,, , and '.. , 4eet Marjoram.
yITOLF.E'e .
C 0 t
A. delightful beverage, manufacture st. -
in pound, ilk. and Vb. packages. Price i ►.N
CENTS a pound. WOLFE, Market-st.
reeetv . ed,e J...l.4hhart',s Drug store
thp'larg,est . iissorteient of. Coal Oil Lamps
eiret Offered this INitoiigh,
Om best Oils from 1.1. to 15
cent:, per quart.
iIiTOLEVA Pelebnited Spring and Clasp
.. . .
Ir V . SELAWL ..r.r.N.S.
. , .., . . . •
:The best in the .world—niade ard sold at
F - Priee, 6 cents.] , . ~. WOLFE ',S.,
. .
TIIST RECEIVED at the "Enterprise Trine
an&Liqiirii.,Store," :Mount Joy, wen [Aran
article of Champagne and German Wines.
• .
BUGGY• and- SIeigh*BLANIKETS of various
jjlo styles and at rnueh lower prices than the
same sold last . fall. Spangler 4. Pattevan.
Co STANTLY odhand, Monongahela rQc
k tified Whiskey. Bettjarain sk Co.