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Nome shall wick impunity soil these sacred sym
bols of out Country's life, liberty and power.
, ; ~La~ieffa, tea.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 11,1862.
MEWS. MATHER tr.. ABBOTT, No. 335
Broadway, New-York, are duly authorized to
act for us in soliciting advertiments, &c.
®' Hon. John Patton has midi favor
ed us, which is more than we can say
of our own M. C. We have not re
ceived a public document—unless a
speech by Mr. Stevens, be called one
—since Mr. Roberts' time.
TRH ORGANIZATION : The Legislature
convened on Tuesday last, at noon, and
organized. The Senate as follows :
Speaker.—Louis W. Hall.
Chief Clerk.—George W. Hammersly.
Assistant Clerk.—G. S. Berry.
Transcribing Clerks.—F. Hitchcock,
J. M. McAfee, Dr. M. °daily, Mr.
Watt, and Mr. Huddelson.
Sergeant-at-Arms.--Her man Yerkes.
Moore and Dickson.
Door Keeper—Mr. Martin.
Assistant Door Keepers—Messrs Ran
.Moorhead, Riblett, Johnston,
Heins and Babb.
Assistant Messenger—Mr. Bower.
In the House, Hon. John Rowe, o
Blair county, a Douglass Democrat
was elected speaker.
Chief Clerk—E. H. Ranch, of Lehigh
Assistant Clerk—E. 8, Capron, o
transcribing Clerks—J. B. Niles, 0
Sergeant-at-Arms—E. B. Picket.
Assistant Sergeant—a t-Arms--J. H,
Wright, J. E. Stprdevant.
Assistant Door-Keepers—A. D. Foss,
G. W. °sites, J. M. Bole.
Messenger—S. G. Blanchard,
Assistant Messenger—R. IL Marshall,
Postmaster—H. C. Woodhouse.
The entire delegation from this coun
ty, save Abraham Peters, the "father
of the Millersville Normal School,"
voted for Mr. Rowe, but Mr. P. return
ed to his first love, and voted for Wm.
Hopkins, the Breckenridge candidate.
er Among the crowd at the Presi
dent's New-Year's reception of promi
nence, was Maj. Array, successor of 'Kit
Carson, U. S. Indian Agent in New-
Mexico. He wore a fell suit of Buck
skin, made in Mexican style, and ele
gantly embroidered with beads. He
privately presented to Mrs. Lincoln a
splendid blanket as a New-Year's offer
ing. It is an evidence of the taste and
skill of the Rocky Mountain Indians.—
This blankets was made by a squaw of
a Navajo's Indian, she having been em
ployed upon it for five months. It is of
large size, of wool, the figure upon it
being red, white, and blue.
lir England pays annually about
$170,000,000 for cotton—all imported.
After retaining sufficient for her own
wants, the balance is re-shipped to
different parts of the world, in the shape
of manufactured goods, the profits of
which amount to about $250,000,000.--
This explains- why England just now,
does not particularly sympathise with
Ear Some dissatisfaction appears to
be making its way into the southern
press on account of the. unpromising
condition of rebel affairs. The Augusta,
Ga., Constitutionalist, and the New
Orleans True Delta are out in full cry
against the management of Jeff. Davis
& Co., whom they charge with pecula
tion, mistaken policy, selfishness and
want of vigor.
• Sr The surrender of Mason and Sli
dell is approved by all the foreign min:
inters in Washington, wtio now declare
their conviction that the continental
governments of Europe will not suffer
England to hunt for pretexts to engage
the United States in a war. We shall
see how far this interference to frustrate
English rapacity will go in its alliance
with this Government.
•Or A Paris correspondent of the
Brussels Independence, states that an
urgent request has been sent by the ex-
Queen, Maria Amelia, to the two Or
leans Princes serving in the Federal
army, to return as quickly as possible to
';Rev; Peter Cartwright, of Illinois
in anment camp sermon declares that
he would fight the rebels to death, if
for no other reason than their breaking
up the Democratic party.
Wir Mrs. Sarah Larrabee, an old lady
resiping In Rockville, Mass., has Tour
sons, seventeen,grandstne and one great
grandson now in the Union army,
" A bronze statute to Sir John
Franklin was inaugurated 'ati Sptlsbp
his birthplace, on the 24th ultimo.
CLIPPINGS FROM OUR EXCHANGES,
Charles F. Adams, Jr,, who holds the
post of First Lieutenant in a Massachu
setts cavalry regiinent, is a son of our
present Minister to England grandson
of the sixth President, and great grand
son of the second Bresident oithe Unit
There are already 150 gnus mounted
at Fort Warren. and in a place (200)
will be in position.
It is stated that orders have been sen
to Missouri to pay every officer actual
ly in service under (ken. Fremont.
The rebels threw into Fort Pickens,
in the late bombardment, 600 shells,
only nine of which exploded. They
were of English make.
The Earl of Aberdeen has abolished
the game laws on his estates, allowing
his tenantry to hunt game as they please•
The atone fleet recently sent. out by
our GovernWent' has succeeded in " seal
ing up" the Charleston harbor by sink
ing the old hulks in the channel leading
to the city. This, in connection with
the late destructive fire at Charleston,
will almost blot that traitorous city out
The Port Royal forces have captured
altogether about two millions of dollars
worth of cotton, unginned. Gen. Sher
man has been examining into the com
petency of the volunteer officers by a
court of inquiry, which has resulted in
the resignation or dismissal of some
twenty officers, from colonels down.
'ln a letter to the American Minister
at St. Petersburg, forwarded by the last
steamer, Prince Gorchakoff says : "The
Emperor has never ceased to avow his
hopes for the grandeur of the American
A chemical invention to take the
place of steam has been submitted to
the Emperor Napoleon by a French
servant, who claims that it is without
odor, requires no fuel, and twenty bar
rels of it will carry a vessel to India.
A treasonable secret society has been
exposed in Indiana. The society was
organized to oppose the war and resist
the collection of taxes. The members
were Breckinridgers, of course.
Prince Napoleon is the only distin
guished man in Europe who has publicly
and warmly espoused the cause of the
United States. He is next heir to the
throne of France, after the Prince Im
perial; and if ever our people have an
opportunity to do him a good turn, they
will not be likely to forget it.
The thousandth birthday of the Em
pire of Russia will be celebrated a
Movgorod next August.
The recent change in the uniform of
our troops is made. as a measure of
economy. Sky blue cloth has taken the
place of dark blue, and officers are
allowed to wear the large caped light
blue cavalry overcoat. The saving is in
the indigo used for dying the dark cloth,
and it is estimated that it will amount
to upwards of three-quarter of a million
It is estimated by the packages re
ceived by Adams Express and through
other sources, that at least five thous
and roasted turkeys, with all the et
ceteras, have been sent to the soldiers
of the Potomac during the holidays.
Eight soldiers of the Wayne, (N. Y.)
regiment, stationed at Lyons, were
poisoned last week, by a secesssion
groceryman. He put strychnine into
the liquor he furnished them. The
soldiers recovered, and the groceryman
was put in prison.
A man who applied for relief for him
self and family, at Hartford, a few days
since, was found to have been - married
13 years, during which time he had
been' blessed with 12 children, including
one set of triplets and four sets of twins.
Caleb Lyon has recently discovered
at Arlington Heights some of the china
used by General Washington. One
poFtion of it was presented to him by
the Society of Cincinnati, and another
portion by General Lafayette and other
Col. A. L. Russell, of Pittsburg
formerly Secretary of State under Gov
ernor Johr.ston, and since the rebellion
aid-de-camp to Governor Curtin, has
been appointed Adjutant General of
the State, vice E. M. Biddle,. resigned.
During the past year 7,566,079,538
gallons of water were pumped Into the
Fairmount reservoir at Philadelphia.
The young King of Portugal is about
to marry a Princess of Hohenzollern.
Sigmaring,en, a sister of the late Queen.
Prentice thinks the stone blockade,
while " rocking the cradle of the deep,"
prove a lullably to the commerce of the
Napoleon 111 has purchased of Prince
Demidotr, for 1.500,000 francs, the Na
poleon Museum of the Isle of Elba.
Col. Harlan, of the Eleventh Penna.
Cavalry ; has - been-removed from the
Loss TO A HARRISBURGER.-Mr. Geo.
Kunkle, a former resident of this city,
and well known throughout the country
as the manager of the famous "Kunkle's
Serenaders," is a heavy loser by the
burning of the Richmond theatre. An
estimate of the loss by his agent, places
it at $10,200, distributed as follows : A
handsome wardrobe $5,000 ; expensive
furniture $1,700 ; new scenery, $1,500;
a number of valuable oil paintings, con
taining, among others, life-size portraits
of Misses C. Cushman and Maggie
Mitchell, and Messrs Forest, Booth,
Jefferson, Conner, and several others,
$4OO ; stage properties, $5OO ; private
papers and copy righted plays, $700; and
a drop curtain painted by S. C. Getz,
cost,s4oo. Mr. Kunkel left Richmond
in July of last year, leaving an unexpir
ed lease of four years on the house.—
' His insurance for $lO,OOO expired in
September last.—Harrisburg Telegraph..
Lorfanvrry.--Benjamin Tucker, of
Dartmouth, Mass., died last week at the
age of 90 years. His father died at the
age of 88 ; his grandfather at 90 ; and
his great-grandfather at 93. For two
hundred years three hundred acres of
land remained in the possession of his
family, descending from father to son
through four generations. Mrs. Hipzi
bah Adams Fairbanks is still living at
Peterborough, New Hampshire, at the
age of one hundred years. She cele
brated her birthday it few days since by
greeting forty-six of her seventy-seven
decendants now living. Mrs Fairbanks
was married in Dublin in 1784, seventy
seven years ago. Her husband died in
1819. She is now in the enjoyment of
good health and a happy old are.
fir Ottawanee, one of the principal
chiefs of the Chippewas, and a brave of
an hundred years, died recently among
his people, deeply lamented by the whole
tribe. He was one of the leading men
of his nation, and possessed a wounder
ful influence in all their councils. From
first to last he was the friend of the
white man, and attended to all import
ant transactions between his people and
the United States Government. Be
was a very benevolent. thoroughly tem
perate, and strictly honest man, and
was upwards of one hundred years of
age at his death.
Harriet Martineau, who has been
talking and writing abolitionism, for the
Anti-Slavery Standard here, these ten
years or more past in England, turns
now right about face, and abuses our
government for the seizure of Slidell
and Mason, about as badly as Grub
street or Printing House Square. She
speaks of the rebel commissioners as
" the Southern gentlemen," and hopes
our government will loose no time in
giving them up, and apologizing for the
" piratical audacity" of Capt. Wilkes,
ca" Henry Ward Beecher has assumed
the entire control of The Independent,
the other editors and proprietors, Messrs.
Bacon, Thompson and Storrs, having
withdrawn from the establishment. The
independent has always been a fearless
defender of the right and a faithful advo
cate of the truth. It will decrease in
none of these essential qualities of an
acceptable journal under the control of
Henry Ward Beecher.
eir A South Carolina lady, a Mrs.
Chisholm, sent from Charleston to Com
mander Bankhead of the Pembina, now
on the station at Port Royal, a set of
expensive coffin handles, with a note
informing him that the box they were
suited to adorn was ready for him as
soon as he came that way. The slave
sent with this present was held as a
contraband—so Mrs. Chisholm has lost
"a fine likely boy" by the transaction.
. dir The Reading Gazette of Saturday
last, says : " The Reading Adler com
pleted its fifty-sixth year with its last
issue. The paper was established under
the Administration of the first Presi
dent, Gen. George Washington, and has
been published uninterruptedly ever
since. Though one of the oldest papers
in Pennsylvania, it shows no signs of
decay—but on the contrary exhibits in
creasing vitality, with increasing years.
Our neighbor, Col. Kessler, its present
proprietor, has our best wishes for his
Mrs. Baxley, the Baltimore widow
from Dixie, with letters sewed up in her
undergarments, on being consigned to
quarters with Mrs. Greenhow, refused
to sleep under a blanked marked "U. S."
After being confined she sent to an offi
cer for different ones. She soon receiv
ed notice to sleep , under them or go
itarW•e have just learned,-(says Wilke
Spirit of: the 7imes,) from a private
source;that Mr. Paul Morphy, the
great chess player, was on the eve of
joining the staff of Gen. Johnston, of
the confederate army. He was at the
latest date in Richmond, engaged in the
profession of the law.
Cr The rebels, no doubt expecting
an attack on Charleston, have removed
Col. Coicoran and'a number of Feder
al prisoners from the Charleston jail to
Columbia, the capital of the Palmetto
far Henry J. Raymond •of the New
York - Times hie -been elected speaker
of the New York Assembly.
TUE MEssAGE: Governor Curtin's
message deeply interests all portions of
the Keystone, and in fact the entire
loyal portion of the nation. It con
tains much valuable information in re
gard to the events of the past year, the
number and position of the large body
of our citizens who have volunteered to
defend the Union, and some excellent
suggestions in reference to our defences,
and various questions of State
No reader can fail to be impressed with
the wonderful' alacrity Pennsylvania
has displayed in responding to the calls
made upon her patriotism. The Gover
nor shows that the Keystone has now
93,577 soldiers in actual service, and
16,038 preparing to enter the field, a
total of 109,615, exclusive of the three
months volunteers. This immense force
is so distributed that our State has re
presentatives in nearly all the import
ant divisions of the army.
GREAT Atm.—Alexander had a wry
neck ; William the Conqueror, in his
latter days, was scarcely able to move
from corpulaccy. Hannibal and Philip
of Macedon had but an eye apiece.—
Cresar and Mahomet were troubled with
the falling sickness ; and the northern
hero, Odin, in said to have been little
else than a compound of disease. When
Voltaire was first introduced into the
Russian palace, he was desired to en
ter a closet, where he found a little
withered figure, under the clothes, shiv
ering with the ague--it was Frederick
C. S. A.: The above significant let
ters, says Milwaukie Sentinel, having
been discovered recently upon the clos
ed doors of an individual known to have
been largely interested in Southern
business, his anxious creditors came to
the conclusion that he had incontiuetly
"sloped" for Secessia, until one of them
chanced to meet him in the street.—
"Hallo !" says the creditor, "what are
you doing here ? I saw a placard on
your door, C. S. A.—Confederate states
of America." "Softly," replied the
debtor "that's not the way I translate it;
C. S. A.—Can't Settle Accounts."
A Fo 0 LHA AMY LUTA-TO R.—A ,boy of
seventeen years,.named James Sell, died
under very singular circumstances in
Pittsfield,.Mass., last Friday. He swal
lowed ten small stones, eight lead bul
lets and a metal button, in order that he
might boast of being as smart as a hum
bug showman he had seen at the county
BUISNESS IN ST. LOUIS.-Civil war has
affected St. Louis like a stroke of palsy.
Thousands of inhabitants have left that
city within a year; an immense number
of houses and stores are vacant, and all
business, ,except government coutiacts,
is at a dead stand.
ar The Lynn (Mass.) horse cars are
now heated by furnaces placed beneath
A GOOD BARBER!
A well established Barber Shop with fixtures
will be rented on easy terms to a good and
clean Shaver, either white or colored. None
need apply who cannot come well recommen
ded. Address HENRY WOLFE,
Jan. 11.] Marietta, Pa.
C HEAP LAMPS.
A Farm 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.
MARIETTA MARBLE YARD.
4 )ToPtilllei)fs, 1 0 0$, 'NO S IO ReS, &e.
MICHAEL GABLE, Marble Mason,
Opposite the Town Hall Park,
TAE Marble business in all its branches,
I will be continued at the old place, near
the Town Hall and opposite Funk's Cross Keys
Tavern, where every description of marble
work will be kept on hand or made to order at
short notice and at very reasonable prices.
Marietta, June 29, 1861. 49-1 y
VITALL PAPERS.—We have just received
another supply from the New York and
Philadelphia manufactories. Purhcasers can
sely upon the newest styles, whenh will be
rold unusually low at I. R. Diffenbach's.
50 ID, ARItELS Monongahela Whiskey
. 1) which will be sold at the lowest
market rates by the barrel or gallon, at
J. R. Diffenbach's Cheap Store.
rpHE Largest and best assortment of Fancy
I . Cloth & C.assimeres and vesting ever oirered
in this marketand will be sold at prices which
defy competition by J. R. Diffenbach.
CIDER VINEGAR.-10 linareEts or
PURE CIDER VINEGAR
For sale sale at Wo(fe's. Four cents a quart,
or 13 cents a gallon.
S ALT ! SALT ! !—lf you want to buy
Call at the store of SPANGLER & PATTERSON
E, cGinc,e g
wwinivs& BRO's. Plantation fine
Tobacco. The best in the
world. For sale at WOLFE'S.
TO LANDLORDS! Just received, Scotch
and Irish WHISKIE S, warran
ted pure, at H. D. Benjamin's.
MA.DERIA WINES, full bodied and fruity,
at the " Enterprise Store."
A. D. REESE, Mount IID4I , - -
OMETHING NEW UNDEIi, rHE SUN
0 Paper Neck Ties, beau, fashionable
and cheap, at Diffenbach);:'
'DP Y . one of th be:antiful,S 0F T
HATS at Caf vs, 92 Market-at.
B OIALEN , S lot celebrated GIN,
H. D. BENJAMIN.
GENTS N Ew , STYLE CAPS, •
New and Cheap Books,
The subscriber having just returned from the
PHILADELPHIA TRADE SALES,
offers at the lowest prices all kinds of Books,
Law, Fiction, Medical, Religious,
and other kinds. These Books will all be sold
at the lowest prices as we had the advantage
and were the only Bookseller from Lancaster,
at the Trade Sales, and as a c,onsequence, we
can sell lower than any Store. A. few of the
Books are here mentioned:
Worcester's Unabridged Dictionary,
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary,
McClellan's Bi.yonet Exercises,
Revised Army Regulations,
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, Americau Tr act So
ciety, American Sunday School Union.
Games and Puzzles,
Dressing Gasses, Ladies
Traveling snd Shopping Bags,
Portfolios, Cabas, Writing Desks,
Money Purses, Pocket Books, sic , &c.
Bells, Fine Pocket
Cutlery, Pearl and ivory
Paper Cutters, Gold and
Silver Pens and Pencil Cases,
Checker Boards and Men, Chess
Men, Dominoes, and an endless
variety of uselul and fancy articles
selected expressly for. the approaching
Holiday i-eason. For price and assortment
of goods in my line, I fell quite confident I
cannot be surpassed by any in Lancaster City.
School Books—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,
Bleak 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, Laughlins & Bushtield's, Black
wood's. etc. At the Cheap Book Store of
Nov. 30.1 No. 32, N. Queen st., Lancaster.
- Digll ihvoilapt to fizz Y.4Dim.
Patent Hemmer and Shield,
FOR HAND SEWING.
pronounced by all.who have used it "just
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
SIMPLE AND NOVEL - INVENTION.
No lady should be without it. It is 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 Circulare furnished on application.
A liberal Discount to the Trade.
Enterprising agents' wanted in every town
and county throughout the United States 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.
$l5O PER MONTH can be REALIZED.
Address, A. H. DOWNER,
Patentee and Proprietor,
492 Broadway, New-York.
N. 13.—General and exclusive agencies will
be' granted on the most liberal terms. [3m
Located on Chestnut Street, opposite the
OLD STATE HOUSE.
and in close proximity to the principal Jobbing
and Importing Houses, Banks, Custom House,
and places of amusements. The City Cars
can be taken at the door (or within a square)
for any depot in the City. The House has
been renovated and refitted, and
PRICES REDUCED TO $1.50 PER DAY.
WYATT & itEULINGS, PROPRIETORS.
H. L. Sr, E. J. ZAHM •
R ESPECI FULLY infortp. their
friends and the public that they
still 60ertinne the WATCH, CLOCK
AND JE WELK Y business at the old
stand, North-west Corner of North
Queen street and Center Square, Lancaster, Pa
A full assortment of goodsin oar line of busi
ness always en hand and for sale at the lowest
cash rates. 3 Repairing attended to per
sonally by the proprietors.
VI TINE AND LIQUORS.
VV Superior Old Brandy, Old Rye Whiskey,
Holland Gin, Old Maderia, Lisbon, Slimy and
Pittsburg Whiskey always on hand at the
lowest market prices. Very Fine Brandy at
a very low figure, by the barrel.
J. It. DIFFENBACH. Market-st.
DR. J. Z. HOFFER, DENTIST,
OF THE BALTIMORE COLLEGE or DENTAL
SURGERY, LATE or HARRISBURG, PA.
OFFICE: Front street, fourth door
from Locust, over Saylor &McDon-Igliesaa
aid's Book Store, Columbia. Entrance be
ween the Drug and Book Stores. p-i
DANIEL G. BAKER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE :—No. 24 NORTH DUKE STREET,
opposite the Court House, where he will at
tend to the practice of his profession in all its
various branches. Nov. 4, ,59.-ly
AMPS! LAMPS! SHADES, &C. The
undersigned has received another lot of
'luid and Coal Oil Lamps, and Lamp Shades
of every variety and price. Call and see them
at the Drug Store of Dr- Henry Landis.
VI, A MILY COUGH SYRUP Cough
Syrup, for children and adults has just
been put up at my store, which should be in
very family this cold weather. DR. LANDIS.
jr Vanilla, Strawberry, Pine Apple,
Almond, Rose, Lemon,
just received and for sale at WEST & ROTH'S
ormALSUPERIOR COOK STOVE, very pkiin
style, each one warranted to per-
to the entire satisfaction of the
purchaser. STERRETT, & CO.
A CHOICE Lot of Book!! for children called.
illdlstructable Pienegie Books ; School and
other Books, Sta49ilary; Pens, Pen holders,
&c., &c. k ' For sate by Dr. Landis.
iTiciconx & Oak Wood, 50 Cords each,
ja - Sidttry and Oak Wood. Orders must
be accompanied with the cash when they will
be promptly fdlee. Spangler & Patterson.
CHAMPAGNE and other Table Wines,
guarranteed to be pure, and sold as low as
can be bought in Philadelphia or New-York.
D. BENJAMIN, Picot. Building.
0 TORE ROOM TO LET.—The Room lately
occupied by Miss Mcgaret Trainer as a
Millinery. Apply to BAAR SPANGLER.
2OOSACKS OF SALT
For sale cheap at Diffenbach's
FRESH GOODS AT SPANGLER AND PATTERSON .3
AFLT LI, assortment of Fresh
Goods of lire most desirable stvles.
Ladies, Gentlemen's, Misses and YoutL,,.
S II AWES,
IN EVERY QUALITY,
French Merinoes at a great bargain,
Fancy Wool DeLaines below the cost
of importation, Coburgs, Thibits, Prints
and Ginghams in great cane'}
Cloths, Cassimeres and I "estings
very cheap, Clanking Cloths in all colors. at s
decided bargain, Hoods, Nubias,
and notions generally, as cheap as ever.
A Job lot of extra-fine
at less than half the usual cost,
flannels, Moslins, (,hecks, Meetings and all
other kind of DRY GOODS, together
with Groceries, Fish, &c., in full supply.
NO. 92 MARKET STREET, MARIETTA,.
MAKES this method of informing his old
friends and the public generally, that he•
has re-taken his old stand (recently occupied
by George L. Mackley,) and is now perma
nently fixed to prosecute the Ratting business
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Having just returned from the city where he
selected a large, varied and fashionable assort
ment of everything in the
HAT AND CAP LINE,
and now only asks an examination of his
stock and prices, before purchasing elsewhere.
Having also laid in a stock of Hating materi
al, he will be enabled, at short notice, to man
ufacture all qualities—from the common Soft,
to the most Fashionable Silk Hat,
Employing none but the best of workmen,
and manufacturing good goods at low prices,
he hopes to merit and receive a liberal share of
public patronage. The highest price paid
for Furs,—in trade or cash.
Marietta, March 9, 1861.
HORACE WES r, M. D.]-(HARRISON ROTIf
NEW FI It M.
WEST & ROTH,
the entire stock . , good will and fixtures of the
Drug Store of Dr. J. H. Grove, take this me
thod of informing the patrons of this establish
ment and Ihe public in general, that nothing
shall be wanting to insure at all times a fresh
and complete asssortment of
Drugs, chemicals, TerfttiTleN, ioilet
Soaps, Hair and l'ooth Brushes, Combs,
Tooth Washes and Powders, Hob
Dyes, Patent Medicines, Paints,
Oils, IVhitelead, Varnishes,
• Dye-Staffs, Glass,
and everything usually kept in a well regula
A new and fancy lot of COAL OIL LA M Ps—
the finest in the Borough—at prices to suit the
tunes. Lamp Tops attached to old Lamps at
short notice. Gloves, Wicas, Chimneys, sc ,
always on hand.
A very convenient "HAND LA mr" fur car
rying about the house, just received.
A nicely selected lot of all kinds of Station
ary, Envelopes, Pens, Pen-holders, Inks,
of all grades acd at all prices..
An endless variety of Fancy and Toilet ar•
tides on hand.
Just received, an excellent article of Coal
011 now selling at I'S cents a quart.
Marietta, November 9, Mil. ly
S. 8. RATHVON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,.
At F J. Kramph's Old Stand. on the Orr:
ner of North Queen an] Orange
Streets; Lancaster, Penn'a.'
GRATEVUL to the Citizens of Marietta
and vicinity, for the liberal patronage
heretofore extendeC., the undersigned respect
fully solicits a continuance of the same; as
suring them, that under 111 l 'circumstances, no
efforts will be spared in rendering a satisfactory
equivalent for every act of confidence reposed.
CLOTHS, CA 83111. FIRES A N D V LSTINGS, and
such other seasonable material as fashion 1111 , 1
the market furnishes, constantly kept on hand
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or style may Bugg st
A LSO,-REA DV-MADE CLOTI UrG,
Gentlemen's Furnishing; Gooods
and such articles as usually belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
JACOB A IVISNE.WS
TOBACCO, MAR & SNUFF STOBit,
Opposite the Cross Keys Hotel,
THE undersigned would rospectfully inform.
the public that he still continues, at The
old stand, corner of Second and Walnut street*,
directly'opposite the Cross Keys Hotel, to keep
on hand and for sale, all kinds of cigars frcin
Half Spanish up, in prices from S 6, $2O In
StiO per thousand. ToaAcco.—Natural Lcid,
Eiteeltnor Cavendish, 0111110K0 Virginity Con
gress Fine Spun Ladies Twist, Course Spun
fwist, Eldorado, Jewel of Ophir tobacco, An
derson's best Fine-cut. All 'kinds of tine Ci
gars manufactured of imparted stock. Sixr.,
HALF SPANISH. Rappee Snuff and all kinds
Fancy P Smoking Tobesseo. Scented snuth.,
Fine-cusipes, Cigar Tulem, [ jan.3o,'s's
G EO : W. WORILA'LL,
Raving removed tge the Rooms formerk coupled
by Dr. swcntzei arfjoin 'big Spangler 4 Pat
terson's Store, darket Sired, where he is nine
prepared to wait on all who may feet
% gam . a disposed to patronize him.
Dentistry in all Its branches car
ried on. Tzzyst inserted on the most approve , l
principles of Dental science. All operations
on the mouth performed it a skillful and
workmanlike manner—on fair principles and
ON VERY REASONAPLE TERMS.
Having determined upon a permanent loca
tion at this place, would ask a continuation
of the liberal patronage heretofore extended
to him, for which he will render every possi
P3'. Ether administered to proper persons
Painter, Glazier and Paper Hanger
WOULD most respectfully inform the cit
izens of Marietta and the public gener
ally that he is prepared to do
Paper Hanging, ic.,
At very short notice and at prices to suit the
limes. He can be found at his motner's resi
dence on the corner of Chesnut and Secoml
streets, a few doors below the M. E. Church,
and - immediately opposite the old Oberlin
Coach Works. (Aug.
IVRE Aorican Watches are among the best
I r ., ..M rn ecpers now in use, and for durability
strength and simplicity far surpass any other
watch made in the world.
H. L. E. J. 2AIf A(
Corner of North Cineen-st., and Centre Sqnare
Lancaster, Pa., have them ior sale at the ver y
lowest rates—every watch accompanied with
the manufacturers guarrantee to enaure tta gen
TUST RECEIVED at Anderson's Confec
tionary and Variety Store, in Market-st.,
flue assortment of children's gigs., baskets
'wagons, perambulators, wheelbarrows, WY,
rocking horsell, wagons,_ drums! Chilctrell'a
Gigs, Wheel Borrows, Sleighs, Hobby
China and doper Toys, Dolls of every piss
material Black and 'White. Animals of all
kinds and an endless variety of Holiday gifts.
.r. M. Anderson's, Morket-s*.
QED IfOUR BON WEIISKY in qt. botile4
Something very fine, in store and for sale
At tile "Enterprise Store," Moot Tu!.
DRIED FRUIT now selling cheap at: