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gone shall With impunity soil lhise sacred sym
bols of our Couniry's life, Itheily and power.
SATUILDAY, JAiITAII:Y. 4,1862.
la' Meseta. MATHER & Assoi-r, No. 335
Broadway, t Nturiltorli, am authoriied to
set for us in soliciting n - diertionnents, &c.
We :ire under' many obligations
to Gen. JOHN .PATTON, M. C., from the
Clearfield district, for a copy of Major
Mordecai's-Report-of the Military Com
113118111i0D to EttiOPe"
0N E OP eiiitotoNoil AGENTS :-:- Mr
Alexander Cummings, who has been as
sociatickwith,the World since its ,com
mencement, resigns his connection with
it In consequence of impaired health,
growing out , of the severe labor which
has been incident to the establishment
of a new journal. Mr. Cummings con
friends in this city and,elsewhere'con
fidently hope that , entire relaxation and
a brief sojourii &mead:mill restore him
to his wonted health and vigor.
The above -announcement is taken
from the Nei York World. In view
of certain awkiard facts developed by
the Van Wyck. Investigating Commit
tee, it strikes us t*,,the government
should prevail upon ,Mr. Cummings not
to take his departure for Enrcipe, before
explaining what became of the $300,000
he diear fratii fund placed at his
disposal inNuilLork ; and. also how it
happened theta° purchased provisions
from whardware•firm; chartered a vessel
that he never exandned, and shipped to
some unknowi port a miscellaneous
cargo of 1 0f - 8 - 0,
Scotch London porter,
straw hats,linen,pantsloons, codfish and
Qua 494171 4 1Luaano T -In examining
the list of ttoops raised by each State,
as Publishid in Secretary Camiron's
Report, we.dliserire,' with pleasure, that,
,has raised the largest
number Ofmen, her whole quoto being
about 114,000, while •the next force is
New York, with 110,000. Next to these
come 01601000rIllinois, 84,000,. and
Or It is stated, thut,when Slidell and
.Mason were.. Seized on the Trent by
Lieut. Fairfax, pretty daughter
slapped the 'Lieutenant in the face and
then "bared her bosom•in defiance of
his sword:" We apprehend that the
motive of, her last singular action has
been' tisieuti4e i rstobd. 'We guess, that,
haivlurititiclf 'tie handsome officer, she
"birSir Voidm" to his enraptured
to in hitri' rich amends for the
blo:satid'nha - iin sway his resentment.
gile Oen. W. H. J rim, Surveyor
Geniis! of Pennsylvania; has been ap
pealed and d liripidier'Geit
eral in the, Army. General Keim was
in' t.kti three mouths . service as Major
Gi1:414411 :of'Penisylvenia Volunteers,
and is t rat,'Uttae6d , to' 'Gen i'atterson's
eciamicrid." the pOSitiOn of purveyor
Greneial'faCated bY Gen. Keim has,been
filled 11 , Gov. plain, tke appoint
mint of Henry Simther,Esq, late Sena
tor *from Elk 'county.,
ge Surgeon dailies C. Herndon, who
arrived' at NeW ITOrk'with Gwin and
Benham after , gaining all the inform
ation he could at Washington and else
where, made his way to Virginia by way
of , Port Tobacco: .BinCh rejoicing 'was
reanifestadkin his arrival at Fredericks
burg where •hil; fitheereSides. It is
said halo& &Alin 'a " Tate coriespand
enCe andimpersitt'ailundance. •
York, states that' the )Ifixican govern
meet is Aisabfg letters , of marque, and
thato , severali are now held by parties in
that city. . These •letters grant the -pri
vilege of,praying•upon 4be commerce of
England,;Frince, and Spain, which gov
ernments .areaboutinanguratiog a war
upon Ithe. ittsrleani.
lir Henry D. Souther, of Elk county,
forperlya, fileal.or „from- that ; idistrint,
ba t MIR ATR*O4 4 4,l§ l Ml79r ,Penercd of
for ;term of
W .i. ll ii,Littire 1 40 , 244 4fallirief ) l4e.d.Vie
oppoili!ment. of Brigadier General in
the,Uulted *ape Army.
ii` It hoe now been' otrthially.
taihell that'224 horien ct4fe bUrat in the
A . raihingioti city ; out of
(141.1i00 hOistie let loose on the 'odes
siotettd4, Veen' ie - civered,"
Anneipt one hundred and . fifty.
Ora_ It.iimaraioredtthat, einem the cor
mpaligdeaoe .betereee - Mr. 'Seward suit
NlititAlh hate Aitken - place. There Is'
notbjeff like a,:gdod dinner to adjust
GIRARD GOLLEOE.-.-The income from
rents, etc., 'devoted to the maintenance
of this institution has been diminished
during the year by $70,000, it having
been found impossible in many instan
ces to rent the properties, or collect the
indeptedness of tenants. A more rigid
economy in the administration of the
institution ha; therefore been rendered
necessary. A retrenchment of $lO,OOO
during the year has already bees effected
by ~the Committee on Girard Trusts,
but this is still insufficient to preclude
the posibility of embarrassment in the
- SENATOR .F'or.E.- 7 The attention of the
provest Tnarshitl'has been called to the
reported escape of Senator Trusten Polk
from Washington city without a proper
passport. A felegraphic dispatch has
begu . sept to Washington ,to, ascertain
whether Polk has been there since the
-first' of:last month, and the answer will
probably be in the affirmative. The
most intimate friends of the family make
no concealment now otthe report that
he left the city clandestinely in a buggy,
and is at present safe in the southern
RETIRII.IO LTST.—On thuisday the 12th
a bill was introdaced into the Senate to
promote the' efficiency or the Navy, It
provides for the retirement of officers who
have been on the register forty-five years,
and authorizes the President to select
an officer from the grade of captain or
coinmander, and assign him to the com
mand of a squadron, with the rank of
THE UNION PRISONERS.-A letter from
Col. Lee, dated at Richmond, says the
cell in which he and the other hostages
are confined is a small and damp appart
mint with cold air drawing through
continually. They have to prpvide their
own. beds the rebels allowing only two
coverlets to each bed. They are forbid
den visitors and all communication with
A BULL TAE BY THE HORNS.—"Ah!
I am very sorry foi this rebellion ; it pre
vents my going South," said an English
man; the 'other day dining at a club in
Philadelphia by invitation. "They tell
me,"'he continued, "that the American
gentlemen is only to be found at the
South.. How is that pray. Can you ex
plain it 1" "I canct," replied his host ;
"it is no more to be explained than the
statement so often made that there are
gentlemen in England, but that none of
them ever come to this country.
A HORSE ACROBAT.—At Stephens,
Maine, recently, a fine horse belonging
to ';H.. King, ran away and jamped
fronra:wharf 22 feet into the St. 'Croix
ricer. , He had a sleigh attached to him.
The:tide was partly up, and after.swim
ming about • icr the most approved style
for: a few minutes, the animal came round
to the slip and was assisted on terra
firma. Neither horse, sleigh, nor har
ness were injured.
So lETHING FOR OURFARMERS.—The
Ceatral Railroad Company are
building eleven miles of corn-cribs alpig
the line of the road twelve miles So uth
of Chicago, This is a very large gape
cribbage. The capacity of this modern
granary is 3,000,090, bushels A good
idea of the extent of Western farming
may be gathered from this one fact.
q The Government will be in receipt
of at least 160,000 of the best quality of
arms in the next 30 days, and by the lat
of January all the manufactories in the
Noith will begin to denier to the Gov
ernment, and after.svarda will be able to
supply the wants of the army of the
United States, if it was double its
present number. This will close up
business with ' , the agents of - foreign
speculators who have been for' months
fattening on the Government, by the
sale of inferior muskets.
I The Post Office Department will
rigidly enforce the 'law against counter
feiting the handwriting or frank of any
poison entitled to the franking privilege,
or causing the same to be done, in order
to• avoid the payment of the postage...—
The penalty is a fine of $5OO. Franks
are being fraudulently used and some
times foried and sold to soldiers and
other persons. -
IF" liilftvaria, Clermont county, 0.,
tha.boys o are too:young to go to war
have formed a company which they call
"Sawbuck Rangers,"- the design being
to saw the wood of those women' Whose
husbands are in the war.
' We understand that the President
has been assured that the Legislature
of Kentuclty will soon emancipate all
slaves in that State, reimbursing loyal
men for losses sustained thereby.
ger x hundred poisoned pies
were given to the New-York Fifth RegL
iment by Secessionists in Belhaven, Md.,
•bat - the 'bOys were warned by negrpes
and foreswore pie.
gar During-the last four_years , about
seven,hundred and fifty confirmed dm
kards'takon in at the Washington Home,,
is Boitbn, have been reformed and rais
iii tofrespeotable positions in society. •
Ifi< According to - ih t e Trieste dazette,
M. Kossuth is seriously ill; it is said
that he ezhibits.alarming consumptive
CLIPPINGS FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
The Petroleum Oil business in Alle
gheny City is said to be immense. The
wharves are crowded with it, and flat
boats are constantly taking it away.—
Numbers of refineries have been erected,
but they cannot supply the oil equal to
the demand. Ciude oil is sold there at
15 cents - per gallon, the refined oil 42
cents for the best qualities, prices which
pay liberally. The oil , production of
Penneylvania, like'its coal, is giving a
source of wealth which will continually
increase in extent.
In Sennet, about five miles from Au
burn, N. Y., Mr. Reuben Weeks, on his
return home, was (imaged by his wife
with being intoxicated. The discussion
became animated, when Mrs. Weeks
went into the pantry after a cheese
knife, saying that they would settle their
difficulties by . a deadly fight. Weeks
took a shot gun, and, as she returned
with the knife in her hand, fired, wound
ing her fatally.
Vallandigham introduced a bill into
the House of Represe,ntatives on Mon
day to,enforce the writ of habeas corpus,
and,secure the liberty of citizens. His
object is clearly to embarrass the Gov
ernment in its efforts to restore the
Union, and to play into the hands of the
rebels, by having released the traitors
now in custody. His turn to be expel
led may come next.
The New York daily World, says :
"Mr. Alexander Cathrnings, who has
been associated with Tile World since
its commencement, reiligns his connec
tion with it in consequence of impaired
health, growing out of the severe labor
which has been incident to the establis
ment'of a new Sournal. Mr. Cummings
contemplates a visit to Europe.
An important treaty is said to be now
before the Senate, to pay Mexico $ll,-
000.000, with which to satisfy English
and French creditors, leaving Spain . to
shift for herself—Mexico in return con
ceding to the Uniten States , certain
privileges. It is thought the treaty will
be confirmed and sent at once to Vera
Antes Snyder, Esq., a civil engineer,
who had had long service in Pennsyl
vania, died lately, at Pottstown, and his
remains were interred at Pottsville on
Saturday last. Mr. Snyder was a son
of the late Governor Simon Snyder, of
this,SOste. He , was an able engineer
and a most estimable gentleman.'
Gen. Halleek is determined' to-visit
upon persons guilty `of bridge burn*
and railroad-destroying in Missouri, the
severest penalties. He will compel Se
cessionists and their , slaves to • rebuild
the same ;- and wilt put the expense on
the town or county where they occur.
Laimhan, who murdered Major Lewis,
of the 46th Pennsylvania `regiment,
some time ago, on the upper Potomac,
being a second' time convicted by a
court-martial, was hanged, near Freder
ick, in the presence of the whole divis
Prince Albert, or, as be has lately
been called, the Prince Consort, the
husband of Queen Victoria, died at noon
on Sunday, the 15th., of gastric fever.—
his death took place at Windsor Castle.
Of course all England is thrown •into
Marshal Kane was released a short
time Since on a parole of honor, to visit
father, who is ill in Baltimore. He
returned oo Wednesday night, and stop
ping a few hours at • the New York
Hotel, proceeded on his way to the
The settlement of the Trent affair has
excited general satisfaction in New
York. The Herald speaks of Secretary
Seward's management of the whole
business as masterly.
Gov. Ilagoffin, of Kentucky who 13
generally looked upon as at heart with
the Secessionists, approves of the posi
tion of the LonisvilleTonrna/ on the con
The Secretary of the Navy is in favor
of creating the rank -of Admiral, and
cpnferring thiA high honor upon Com
modore Charles Stewart.,
The Kentucky Legislature has expel
led eight members of the House and orin
member of' die Senate, for aiding the
After an'absence of more than twenty
five years Ole Bull has returned to Eng : .
land, where he is now touring it through
Tustin Polk, of Misionri, has been ex
pelled from the Senate of the United
States on the ground of his sympathy
with the rebels. '
, There is a rumor that Gen. Caleb
Cushing will be sent to Ship Island to
anierseed Gen.Plielpe, receiving a cop.-
.mision - as brigadier general.
It is stated_ that the English Govern
ment desire that Captain Wilkes, of the
San .Theinto, should be reprimanded for
overhauling the Trent.
Major Slemmer has returned
cage from Western Virginiaovbere be
bad been for , some time seriously ill.
The Pennsylvania Legislature, will
convene atilarriamig ou TUesday, the
7th of January, '
THE DEBATING SOCIETV OF THE FOTO
mic.—lt is reported that several regi
ments on the Potomac are putting up
commodious cabins for holding meetings
for intellectual improvement and dis
cussion during the winter evenings,—
We don't remember that history, records
any spectacle exactly like that=a huge
army coolly resolving itself into a debat
ing society in front of the enemy.—
Nothing, however, could be more char
acteristic of the versatile Yankee *attire;
and we don't know but that, if the army
be really going into winter quarters, it
is the best thing our boys could do with•
APPOINTMENT OF JUDGE OF THE SUPREME
COURT.—TIie Chicago Journal states up
on 7bakitconsiders good aptbority that
President Lincoln has determined to
appoint son. 0. FL Browning now
S. Senator from Illinois, to the Nation
al Supreme Court, in * plaCe of Judge
fir Slaves continue to be landed in
Cubai and the captain;general of the
faithful island continues to pocket doub
loons for allowing them to be landed.—
In this way he more than doubles his
lEar An, invitation is issued by James
Baily, Jr.„ "Secretary of the Metropoli
tan Canine Society," for dog fanciers to
correspond, with him in reference to
bolding a Dog Fair.
or The rebels are deserting Buckner
in southern Kentucky, and be is report
ed as saying that he is "between hell
and,diinination, and does not know which
way to go."
Cr A butcher at Grand Rapids,
Mich., invited the family of every volun
teer from that place to call at his stall
on Christmas morning and get a roasting
Cr The Chicago nibune has reliable
authority for the statement that 5,000
acres of prairie land will be devoted to
cotton cultivation the coming season.
Dissraell, the English statesman
and writer, is said to be completely
broken down in mind and body, by the
use of opium, and is nearly imbecile.
gir A wedding occured at a church
in Boston, recently, at which the bride
was dressed in white, and the two brides
mades respectively in, red and blue.
• Cr General Webb, U. S. Minister to
Brazil, is said to have demanded the
dismissal of the Governor of Maranham
for supplying coal to the Sumpter.
ar Since the full beard has become
Americanized the number of barber
shops in Philadelphia has fallen away
from two hundred to eighty.
ar George C. Stair, Esq., editor of
the People's Advocate, at York, Pa, died
To CONSUMPTIVES: The advertiser having
been restored to health in a very few weeks by
a very simple remedy after having suffered rev
mai years with a severe lung affection, and
that dread disease, Consumption—is anxious
to make known to his fellow 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 ua n
c u RR for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitas,
&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 he hopes every sufferer will
try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing,
and may prove a blesaing. Persons wishing
the prescription will please address
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Smj Williamsburg, Rings co., N. Y.
IC'See advertisment of Prof. L. Miller's
Hair Invigorator, and Liquid Hair Dye, in an
other ptrt of this paper.
C HEAP LAMPS.
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
Coal. Oil Lamps and Lanterns
of every patern, suitable for the Parlor, the
Kitchen and the Chamber; Hanging and Side
Lamps for Halls, Churches, Stores and Offices.
Having purchased them from the manufactu
rers in large quantities at the lowest cash rates,
we can sell them much under the usual retail
prices, although every other description of
goods are advancing.
Dec. 21, 1861.] - STERRETT & Co.
CIDER VINEGAR.-10 BARRELS OF
PURE CIDER VINEGAR .
For sale sale at Wolfe's. Four Cents a quart,
or 13 cents a gallon.
TALL PAPERS.—We have just received
VV another supply from the New York and
Philadelphia manufactories. Purheaseis can
aely upon the newest styles, whcih will be
rold unusually low at 7. R. Diffenbach's.
jurllnoncl a Whiskey 50 B.l3e.orattheioyet
market rates by the barrel or gallon, at
T. R. Diffenbach's Cheap Store.
S ALT ! SALT !—lf you want to buy
SALT CH EAP,
Call at the store of SPANGLES & PATTERSON
EGOODWIN'S & BRO's. Plantation fine
. cut Chewing Tobacco. The best in the
world. For sale at WOLFE'S.
TO LANDLORDS! Just received, Scotch
and Irish WHISKIES, warran
ted pure, at H. D. Benjantain's.
Ayr AD ERIA. WINES, full bodied and fruity,
Ili . at the " Enterprise Store."
A. D. REESE, Motor .Toy.
G SACKS Fora
OSAL aT Diffenbach's
DRIED FRUIT now aelling'cheap at
RANDIES--all . brando—guarranted to . tie
'genuine. ' Benjamin k Co.
Q EGARS and Chewing Tobacco. A'large
kj and good variety At J. M. Andersen's.
XCE,L I,E NT Cooking ankEating Apple
r j hand.rat
FRESH WINTER GOODS AT DIFFENBACH'S
UAVING just received a large and nicely
selected stock of all kinds of
Ladies' and Gentleman's Wear,
which will be sold at very moderate rates for
Silks, a full line at old prices.
Extra quality Al uslins, all 'prices,
Beat make of Flannels, do
A large stock of Shawls,
Plain and Batted Sack'd Flannels.
White Goods, Mitts, Linens, Embroideries,
Dress Trimmings, Laces, Gloves, liosires,
Very large stock of Domestic goods.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings,
Bleached and 'Unbleached Muslin&
Delaines, Calicos and Ginghams,
Drillings, Sheetings and Checks,
Pant Stuff, 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 bein purchased
LOW FOR CASH.
and will be sold at correspondingly low prices,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
of illicit:ids and prices, constantly on hate.—
Monongahela Wilisky by,the barrel at Pitts
burg prices, the freight added.
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The most simple,durable,convenient and eco
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Will do the washing of an ordinary family
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By strictly following the printed directions,
which are simple and easy, it will wash, at one
time, six shirts, or two dozen small ankles,
in about six or seven minutes. or their equiva
lent. By all the ordinary methods of cleaning
fine fabrics, such as laceS,ltc., the gyeatest
eare.is required, while with this machine the
most delicate articles can be washed without
the possibility of damage..
These results are produced by the constant
reaction of the suds while the machine is in
Families, laundries. hstels, boarding houses,
hospitals, 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 enconiums of the press
are very numerous, some of which 'I have pub
lished in ameat pamphet form.
All I ask of the public is a careful examina
tion of this machine before pfirchasing of othe re.
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Dec. 21 3m.]
" THAT STANDARD SHEET."
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American Hearts and Homes
NEW YORK XEACITRY.
A New Year with and old _Friend
eh N New Year's day of 1662, that world-kJ renowned and unrivaled gem of American
journalism, the peerless New York Mercury,
will enter upon the twenty-fourth year of the
most brilliant career ever achieved by a paper.
During the'past year it has been the teacher,
story-teller, mentor, and oracle of two hundred
thousand American homes, from ocean to .
ocean—and from Quebeck, Canada, to Pen
socola, on the Gulf of Mexico. Young and
•old, rich and poor, have revealed•in its en
chanting stores of wisdom, romance, art poe
try, and genial humor;.and its praise is
"'kamillar in their mouths as household words.'
The noble patriot-soldier in his tent, too,
has wiled away the tedium of camp life in 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
In commencing a Yew Year, the proprietors
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, more
brilliant and enchanting than eve?, in its con
centration of all the world's grandest and most
beautiful specialities in healthful Romance,
graceful Poetry, elegant and quaint Gossip,
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The editorial tone and National departments
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t.l 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 f popular support.
Already the largest Literary Journal' in the
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Old Worldl and its novelettes, or continued
stores, for 1862, will be the most splendid
triumphs of elegant Fiction ever published.—
To these, too, the. magic. pencil of the greatest
of American Artists, Mr. Felix 0. C. Harley,
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 RATTLESNAKE :
The Rebel Privateer.
A Tale of the Present lime.
BY NED BUNTLINE.
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A LEXANDER LYNDSAY,
Boot and Shoe Manufacturer,
MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN.
Would most respectfully inform the citizens
of this Borough and neighborhood that he has
the largest assortment of City made work in
his line of business in this Borough, and -be
ing a practical BOOT AND ,SHOE MAKER
himself,is enablea to select with more judgment
than those who are'not. 'He continues to man
ufacture in the very best manner everything
in the BOOT AND SHOE TUNE, which be
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DR. LANDIS having purchased the entire
interest and good will of Dr. F. Hi ,
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form the citizens of Marietta and the public
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adelphia a large addition to the old stock, he
will spare no pains to keep constantly on hand
the best and most complete assortment of eve;
spiting in the drug line.
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gogue, Barry's Tricoperons,for the hair, Bay
Rum,Arnold's Ink, large and smadt sized bot
tles, Bairn of • Thousand Fkrseess, Mous as
Rice, Corn Starch, Hecker's Farina, all lauds.
of pure Ground Spices, Compound. Syrup o 4
Phosphate, or Chemical ood, an exceirm
mai for cronic dyspepsia and a tonic
_gmptive cases, Rennet, for completing' milk,
an excellent preperation for the table Table-
Oil—very fine—bottles in two sizes. Pure Cont
Liver Oil. AU of Heel's perfumery,porna&s,
soaps, &c. His Kafka iron or Hair Restorative
is now everywhere acknowledged the bur.
Old Port, Sherry and Madeira Wines and
Brandies for medical purposes.
Dr. L. will himself see that every 'precaution
be taken in the compounding of Physician's
The Doctor can be professionally consulted
at the store when not enzaged elsewnere.
Marietta, August 24, 1561.-ly
CHEAP READY-MADE CLOTHING!!
Having just ieturned from the city with
a nicely selected lot of Ready-made Clothing,
which the undersigned is prepared to furnish at
reduced prices; havinglaid in. a general assort
ment of men and boys' clothing, which he is
determined to sell Low, ron CASH. Hit stock
consists of OVER-Cowls , Danss,cirocir...ano
SACK COATS, PANTS, VESTS, PEAJACKETI,
Rona n tours, (knit) (Vvirritt Cliiiikts,
DRAWERS, SHIRTS, IivISEAT, UNDERSHIRTS,
GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, &C. &Venal:di:lF:in the
Furnithing Goods line. Call and examine be
fore purchasing elsewhese. Everything sold at
prices to suit the times. JOHN BALL.
Garner of Elbow lane and Market St.
next door to Cassel's Store.
Marietta, October 290856..
The Great Indian Herbal Teal.
DR. ENGLISH'S INDIAN
This Celebrated Female Medicine possesses
virtue unknown of anything else DS the kind,
and prooving effectual after all Oslusts have
failed ;it is prepared f.om an Indian Herb"
peculiar to Northern Mexico, and Texas, and;
is used by the Natives in producing the morrnir-
LY SICKNESS. It is designed fur both married.
and single ladies, and is the very best thing.
known'for the purpose, as it will remove all
obstructions after other remedies have been.
tried in vain. It is a pleasant tea, containing.
nothing injurious to health, and a cure can be
relied upon in all cats...
Prolapses Uteri, or failing of the Womb
Floues Albus, or Whites; Chronic Intimation,
or Ulceration of the Womb ; Incidental Hem
rage or Flooding; and disease of the Spine.
I:3` Ladies in the early stage of pregnancy
are cautioned against the use of this tea, as it
will produce miscarriage.
Prepared and Sold by
DR. G. W. ENGLISH, No. 216 SOUTH
SECOND Sl' RE ET,
Price $l.OO per package, (with lull- directions.
• for use) sent by Express or Mail
to any address.
Dr. E. can be consulted in all .obstmate-
Female Complaints, in person cr by letter,.
and will furnish the Gutta-percha Female
Syringe—highly recommended by the Faculty
married ladies for special purposes.
Also Radical 'Cure and other Trusses—lm
proved Rotas} , and Spine Abdominal Support
ers—Shoulder Braces—Elastic and Lace Suck
lings—Spinal Apparatus, for Weak and'Curved
Spine—and Instruments for all Deformities.—
A large Stack of the above articles constantly
on hand, and will be furnished at lowest rates
by sending order with .measurement sod full
All communications strictly confiden
tial. For , further particulars please address,
Dr. G. W. English,
216 South Second Street, Below Dock.
- PHILADELPHIA, PA
113" I have nokgents.
BUMETTft MAXIE YARD.
4)Toßttille,ofs, iolOs, }teas Slopes, &c-
MICkLAEL GABLE, Marble Mason,
Opposite the Talon Hall Park,
— o _
111 HE Masble -business in. all its brancae..,
will be continued at the old place, near
the Town Dalland oppordte Fusek's Cross Keys
Tavern, where , every description of marble
work will be kept on band or made to order at
short notice and at very reasonable prices.
Marietta, June 29, . 49-ly
eget, WINES AND LIQUORS
Alexander D. Reese,
WINE 'AND LIQVOR DEALER,
Main Street, (EAST WARD] Mount Joy,
Lanineter County, Pa.
THE undersigned would most respectfiqty
bag leave to inform the public that he has
opened a WINE AND LIQUOR STORE in AU its
branches. lie will constantly keep on hand
all kinds of
Brandies Wines Gine /rig and Scotch
Ciffdiais, Bitters, 4c.
Also, a very superior Old Rye Whisky just
received, which is warranted pure.
A choice article of German Wine. Various
brands of Champagne. Wines.
ra-Ait A. D. R. now asks of the public is a
careful examination' of his stock and prices,
which will, he is quite confident, result in Ro
tel keepers and others finding it to their advan
tage to make theit purchases - of hiin.
ALSO—Kerosene or Coal Oil, Pine Oil , and
Fluid at reduced prices, at the ..Enterprise
Wine 4. Liquor &ore.," A. D. REcaz.
Mount Joy, June 22, 186171 y.
JOHN CANEEROi, X' D..
Hygienic Physician & Acconchenr,
Cornir of Front and Gay Street*,
FRESH 'HOME GROUND SPICkS AT
'ANDERSON'9! Attention; Butcher*
and Houskeepers. Having a great demand for
our fumed SPICES, I have concluded to con
tinue to keep a eanatantsupply of-Ground Pep
per. Ground Corriander, and Sweet Marjoram.
W uLF EFSITERRANEAN
A delightful beverage, manufactured and sold
tin pound, 21b. and ;lb. packages. Price Tzar
CENTS a pound. WOLFE, Market-st.
TUST received at J. J. I,ibbart 2 u Drug atom
ty the largest assortment of Coal Oil lamps
ever offered in this borough.
Now selling the best Oils, from 13 to 15
cents per quart.
et LOTUS AND CASSIMERS.—A very su
perior-seleetion of French and German
Cloths, and Cassimerk.and a variety of beauti
ful Vestings, a new and fashionable lot, just
arrived at iirenbaeMs - Cheap More.
I -, BARRELS PURE CIDER VINEGAR,
I. FOR. FAN' ILY USE.
For Sale at Dursain_kcat's Cheap Cash Store.