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Cle Yotal atariettian.
MARIETTA CAR Ttxt.—The several pas
senger trains leave "Upper-station" as follows:
The morning train east at 7:50. The mail train
'west at M-09. The afternoon train east at
)3:06. The evening train west at 6:55. The
evening mad train east 7:06.
Saturday, March 22,1862,
sr Hon. Thaddeus Stevens and Col.
Myers will please accept our thanks for
BOROUGH ELECTION : The election for
Borough officers came off yesterday
with considerable animation. Two tick
ets were run—dribed the "Abolition"
and "Breckinridge." The old war-worn
veteran leading the former, which was
partially elected, but he, unfortunatly,
'eft behind, which again verifies the
'truth of the old saw that boroughs as
as well as "Republics are ungrateful"—
The Commeil, which was really the most
important part at issue, will be filled by
five most excellent men—four republi
cans and one national democrat. Whilst
politics was pretended to be ignored in
this domestic struggle, we still could,
mot fail to observe the same old political
hackneys of poi., busily engaged in bore
ing almost every voter who presented
himself on the park of the Town Hall
grounds. But, in a word, the result is
'truly gratifying y a better Council could
mot possibly Nave been elected, and
we hope the newly elected officers will
go on in the good work commenced by
their immediate predesessors, until every
sidewalk is passible and every lamp post
contains a lighted lamp. We append
below the names of the elected as far as
we could obtain before going to press.
Chief Burgess, 11. S. Libbart.
Ass. Burgess, - Frederick Manila
Town Council, 0. U. P. Groh,
N. 0. Heistand,
Sctiol Direotort, John K. Fidler.,
Dr. James Cashman.
Viek Const44, Eistswiter.
ifir Considerable leitterness was mani
fested in getting up a Borough ticket.
A. meeting was called for Thursday
evening for the purpose of forming a
Union ticket, bat tome =dissatisfied with
This arrangement, met on Wednesday
evening and nominated the following
Chief Burgess. ii. S. Libtiart,
.Asst. Burgess, Frederick Maulick,
'Town Council, Samuel C. Lleistaud,
S. S. Naglit.
Vigil Constable,F. K. Mosey.
Borough Jadgegirard Both.
Inspectors, Thomas Barnes,
Town Clerko, A. Erisman,
:School Direaoca, d. M. Larzalier,
lar According to previous announce
ment a meeting was held in the Town
Hall on Thursday evening to select a
Union. Borough, Ticket. Before the
hoar for convening had arrived,a baker's
dozen of Hessians took possession of the
Hall and, Sanderson-like, commenced to
re-nominate the Breckinridge ticket of
the • eight before. The peace-loving
Unionists, disgusted with such proceed
ings withdrew from' the Hall to one or
the school rooms on the first floor of
the building, and whilst there, quietly
preparing a ticket, the plug-uglis came •
from their perch above, and attempted
to break up the meeting. A. ticket was
perfected notwithstanding, however, a
copy of which we attach, and a large
portion' of which, will be found on ob
servation, has been elected :
Chief Barges's, S. D. Miller.
Am Burgess, Thomas Stenos.
Town Council, 0. C. P. Grosh,
8. C. Heistand.
A. Ems wiler.
Borough Judge,J. M. Ehrisman.
Inspectors, J. M. Anderson,
C. M. Foulk
Town Clerks, A. Erisman,
School DireCtorseT. K. Fidler,
Dr. J. Grubman
or Mr. Ettla announces the fact that
he has been appointed a Lumber In
spector for this. place. 24r .E. has had
a vast deal of experience in this business
and is fully competent for, the post.
iar Mr. Jacob Nissley of Mount-Joy,
arena time a member of the legislature
from this county, died on the Bth inst.,
in the 55th year of his age.
iligr Spangler's "Farmer end Garden
er" for March is out. It should be in
the hands of every agriculturist. Price
only one dollar a year,
Ifir John B. Gough delivered one of
his Temperance lectures, in the M. E.
Church, Lancaster, oh Monday evening
air The Hutchison's were in Lancas
ter on Monday evening last.
FOB. "Tun MARIETTIAtf."
When Dr. Trail, in his lectures, last
Summer, declared that it was absurd to
say that man could break a law of God
or of nature, and ridiculed the idea of vio
lating the law of an omnipotent Being,
I supposed his hearers would look on it
as a hypercritical whim of the speaker.
But I find, by a debate which was held
in our Literary Society, on the 3d
that his declaration is believed by some
of our citizens, and defended as a phil
osophical truth, and as strictly and
philologically correct—and that all who
speak of breaking or violating law, utter
what is false and absurd.
Unwilling to give up a "form of sound
words," heretofore deemed correct by
all writers and speakers of our language ;
or to be considered as an utterer of
false and foolish sentiment, I beg leave
to offer a few remarks in your columns,
~showiag the proper meaning and best
and general usage of the phrases in
Of course, no one uses the words
"break," " transgress," "violate," or
their equivalents, when applied to laws
or commands of God, in the sense of
" abrogate," " annul," " nullify" or "re
peal," which is only one sense of the
many in which some of these words are
used. By referring to any of the dic
tionaries in common use, it will be seen
that these words have many meanings,
and that among these meanings is that
of disobeying, or acting contrary to, the
injunctions of law.
The authorities and examples I shall
adduce are from authorities not in such
common use, (except the Bible,) and
interesting from their rarity or quaikt
ness and antiquity.
Richardson's Dictionary, after giving.
the various definitions of the meaning of
the - word " break," says—" This word is
of most universal application ( meta
phorical or literal) to any separation ;
particularly when made with suddenness,
Again—" Adultery, in our old writers,
.cpiled spouse•brefch," as in Wiclif's
translation of Matt. xii "Whithe an
swerede and amide to hem, an yvel - kin.
d rade and a spouse-breker,sekith a tokene,
and a tokene sChal not be given to it;
but the tokens of Jonas the profete."
Among the instances given by Rich
ardson are the following from old . Eng
To bre.lee ys trewe covenant, the king
was loth thereto,
"And pathless ys conseyl hym gef that
he mosto yt nede do."
It. Gloucester, p. 25
"Therefore he that brekitk. oon of
these leeste mandemen tie and techith
thus men, gelid be elepid the least in
the rum° of hevenes."
Wicklif, Matt. v. 19.
" Whosoever breaketh one of these
commautideineuts, and teacheth men so,
he shall be called the lest in the, kyng
dome of heaven."
Bible of 1551, -Matt. 0:19.
" And breakers or the lawe, sothe to sain
And likerous folke, after that they
Shall, whirl about ye worlde, alway in
Till many a world be passed."
"As thou seest blessynges, or cursyn
ges follows) the breakyng, '
or keepyng of
the law of Mosses ; euen so naturally do
the blessynges, or carsings followe the
breakyng, or keeping of the law of nature,
out of which spryng all our temporal
laws." Tyndall's Works, p.lO.
Under the word "violate," Richard.
son gives the following examples.
"'Trey saw the duinrne beaste myght
lawfully bee drawen out of the hole,
leste it ahoulde peryshe, witheut any
violation or breathe of the Sabbath; and
would is no wyse see, that it was /fire
lawful! to prouyde for manses healthe
upon the same day."
Udal. on Mark iii:
" Notwithstanding a grieuous penaltie
of money being imposed upon the vio
laters of the same statute."
"When any thing may be eitherdone,
or not done, equally without the viola
tion of truth, that thing is indifferent!,
Wollaston's Religion of Nature.
"How do they -then challenge and
object against Providence, and think
neither God nor man severe enough, in
punishing the violators of right and
truth l" Clarke on the Evidences.
.Our Common Version orthe Bible
furnishes many instances of the common
use (and meaning) of the.words " break,' ,
" transgress," " violate," and their de--
rivatives, as applied to commandment
and law. We give a few.
Ezra ix : 14.—Should we again break
thy commandments," &c.
Psalm lxxxix : 31—" If they break
my statutes," ( which is explained by
the parallelism following) " and keep
not my commandments."
Matt. v : 19—" Whosoever, there
fore, shall break one of these least com
Rom. ii: 23—" Thou that makest thy
boast of the law, through breaking the
law dishonorest thou God 2"
Rom. ii 25—" Bat if thou be a
breaker of the law, thy circumcision is
made uncircumcision." •
Ezek. sail: 26—" Her priests have
violated my law, and have profaned my
holy things." ,
Zeph. iii : 4—" Her priests haie pol
luted the sanctuary, they have done vitt
ence to the law."
Psalm. cxix 126—" It is time for
thee, Lord, to work ;. for they have made
void thy law."
For instances of "transgress," &c.,
See Num. xiv : 41, Dent. 26 : 13, Isa.
xxiv : 5, Dan. ix : 11, Mat. xv : 3, J no.
vii : 23, Jas. ii : 8, 11, 1 Jahn iii : 4.
But it is needless to quote more.—
The phrases in question are found in
every writer of the language, and to
strike them out would riddle oar entire
literature ; and to fill the gaps with such
substitutes as are proposed, would
change, not only our forms of expression,
but also of thought and feeling. For the
same reasons such phrases as "Sabbath
breaker," " law-breaker," " violations of
honor, honesty, truth, right," &c., would
have to be omitted. And for similar
reasons, the ordinary inquiries as to
health, the hour, and many other com
mon and domestic phrases, must follow;
and cumbrous, circumlocutory and pe
dantic forms of expression take their
The truth is, words are designed and
used to express ideas and feelings, wheth
er of fancy or fact, of Imagination or re
ality, of poetry or prose. And to con
fine ns to words which express that
which is strictly, literally and philoso
phically true, would banish all secondiry
and accommodated meanings of words—
all metaphors and poetic figures—all
descriptions of the seeming, as of the
rising and setting, (and other appear
ances and movements) of the sun, moon,
stars and other heavenly bodies.
But in reference to laws, natural and
moral, there can be no doubt that the
secondary if not the primary meaning
and usage of the words "break," . " vio
late," "transgress," &c., are proper in
speaking of disobedience to them.
Camp Zeigla i "Kandla-C-reen.”
WASHINGTON, MARCEI 18,1862.
Dear Col.— : In my last I promised
to give you a list of my Company for
publication I must try and be as good
as my promise though I have not my
company properly divided according to
the roll—viz ;
Capt. E. D. Routh,
First Lieut. Jas. A. Carman.
Secd. Lieut. Juo. F. Williams.
Ist Edward H. Green,
2d Michael Odennot,
3d Abraham Cassel,
4th William H. Davis,
6th Simon Snyder.
Ist Henry W. Smyser.
2d George Saylor,
3d Peter Haden,
4th David W. Conner,
sth Isaac Dunn,
6th Jacob Potts.
John A. piker,
Frank C. Gratz.
Allison, George Kautz, David
Beener, Henry Lambert, William
Bernum, William J. Landis, Henry
Buller, Harrison Laub, Jacob
Burdley, Henry Miller, Sebastian
Buller, Geo. B. Mussman, John H.
Buller, Abraham M'Coy, George W.
Barbour, Rensalear McCord, Barton H.
Bradley, Frank Oadawalt, George
Bunis,David Orth, John A.
Breckinridge, Theo. Pastor, John
Cochran, Oliver Pierce, John
Cochran ' Martin Page, Isaac
Crimmel, Wm. W. Roath, Philip B.
Cotchee, Philip Roath James P.
Dinkle,George Roberts, John
Diete, Charles Ranear, George W.
Dunn, David Rose, George
Deim, John C. Shilling, John
Filby, Daniel Sheerer, Enos
Finfrock, Henry Shepp, Horace E. •
Fahs, Henry Stape, George W.
Gledhill, Joshua Shindler, Henry C.
Gorner, Jacob Shindler George F.
Grund, Christian Stevens, William
Graff, William Sands, Theodore
Greeley, Frank Thomas, yelim S.
Gushay; Charles Thomas, James B.
Peter Tomlinson, Joseph
Gross, Samuel Tyler, John
Hart, George Thyson, William
Haws, George W. Werle, John
Riney, David Woods, George W.
Hostetter, John J. Weiso,Henry
Heinsohn, Deitrich Welch William
Kauffman, James M. Winerman ' G.
Kauffman, Lewis E. Woodward, Elihu P.
Kauffman, Jeremiah Whare, Samuel S.
Knouse, Daniel Young, Henry A.
Kane, J. C. Zimmerman, Joseph
are names of all enrolled in the "Union
Fencibles," or Company E. 107th Regi
ment of Penna. Volunteers, commanded
by Col. Thomas A. Zeigle. I would
advise all those interested, to preserve
this list for future reference if needed,
for many has, I presume, found the want
of something like this for the purpose of
drawing back pay, &c., from Govern.
ment, due to their friends who have
been in the service. Nothing of great
importance has transpired since my last
—troops are still moving very rapidly—
to-day the Penna. Reserves move on
transports. Ido not know how long
we will remain here, the weather is very
changeable, and a good many are taken
sick in consequence. Our rations are
very good—We drew our arms and so
contriments—We received the Austrian
Rifle, a very nice and bright piece, and
not very long, our boys are pleased so
well, that they are now willing to.ac
quire the use of them perfectly. The
drummers and sergeants are also furnish.
ed with very neat swords, &c. I shall
endeavor not to let Company E fall be
hind in the use of arms and other exer
cises. I must close as lam called to
duty—more anon. E. D. Roath.
ear Mrs. Strunk, a lady supposed to
be over one hundred years old, died on
Tuesday a-week, in Reamstown, this
county, Mrs. S. was horn in Berks coun
ty. She was eight years old when her
father entered the American Army to
fight for our National Independence. --
Report of the Western Sanitary Com
mission, (having its Head Quarters in
St. Louis, M 0.,) states that in the month
of February last it distributed to west
ern camps and Hospitals 34,604 articles
of supplies for sick and wounded soldiers
—having received 525 barrels and box
es of all kinds for that purpose. These
have been sent from about 60 places in
Massachusetts, 60 places in Wisconsin
42 in Illinois, 34 in lowa, 17 in New
York, 2in New Jersy, 13 in Pennsyl
vania (among which Marietta and May
town are named), 6 in Ohio, 12 in Mich
igan, 2 in Indiana, 2 in Minnesota, 7in
Missouri, 3 in Vermont, 5 in N. Hamp
shire, 2 in Connecticut, 2 in Rhode
liland, 3 in Maine, and Washington,
D. C. This, besides money to the a
mount of nearly $3,000, and freights pre
paid. The donations reached and ben
efitted troops from Ohio, Indiana, Mich
igan, Illinois, Wisconsin, lowa and Min
This brief abstract will serve to show
how carefully and exactly` the Com
mission has performed its duties toward
donors and recipients, and inspire con
fidence in its future operations.
FISHERY MEETING.—A. meeting will
be held in the public school house, Bain
bridge, on Tuesday next, for the pur
pose of, pressing or compelling the
Tide Water Canal Company to alter
their dams so as to. permit the free pas
sage of fish up the Susquehanna river.
We understand able counsel has been
retained and that a determined effort is
now about to be made to abate this
long talked•of nuisance. We do hope
something good will come out of this
4 ` A. B. G
THE TIMBER BLISINESS.—The Rafts
man's Journal, referring to the timber
business in Clearfield county and the
region in that vicinity, says that from
inquiries made daring the last ten days,
and the information obtained, it inclines
to the opinion that the quantity of tim
ber taken out this season will fall con
siderably sho:t of what it has been for
several years past.
a; • The Directors of the Poor on
Monday last elected Drs. Win. Compton,
of Lancaster, and H. B. Bowman, of
Neffsville, (Allopathic) and Dr. Benj.
Barr, of Lancaster, (Homeopathic) Phy,
sicians of the Poor House and Hospital
for the ensuing year. Dr. Stehman
(Homcepathic) was chosen at a former
meeting. So that the end of the war
has been that both systems are equally
represented. The Lancaster papers,
however, say Dr. Compton will also re
sign. If such a course is pursued by
the Doctor, we hope the <Erectors will
put an end to this countroversy by elect
ing four Homcepathic physicians at
ar On the night of the 25th tilt. the
post office at Wrightsville, Pa.was enter
ed by robbers, and money and postage
stamps to the value of fifty dollars taken
therefrom. The burglars took everything
of value they could lay their hands on.
One of the letters contained fifteen
dollars, sent by a volunteer at Port
Royal to his mother at Wrightsville.
ilgr 001. Hambright's Regiment is
now encamped at or near• Nashville,
Tenn. Persons writing to members of
the regiment will direct their letters to
'Er The Susquehanna is bank full and
every prospect of quite a brisk business
by the middle of the coming week.--
During yesterday, Friday, quite a num
ber of rafts arrived.
a- The water has,been let into the
canal during the present week,. The
winding bridge at the lower end of town
is nearly completed. It is a fine iron
construction, and is a credit to the com
pany, which never "do things by halves,"
yir We invite the attention of Mil
liners to the advertisment of H. WARD,
nos 103, 105 and 107 North 2nd st. Phil
adelphia. This is one of the most ex
tensive Millinery and Straw Goods
Houses in the Quaker City.
In Marietta, on the 19th inst., Ilowann
LECHE, son of Christian and Martha Stib
•gen, aged .2 years, 5 months and 14 days.
Near - Muscatine, lowa, on the 10th instant,
ANN F., wife of Joshua Longenecker, for
merly of this borough.
VOLUNTEERS ATTENTrON !—For the de
rangements of the system, incidental to the
change of diet, Wounds, Eruptions, and ex
posures, which every Volunteer is liable to.—
There is no remedies so safe, convenient, and
reliable as Holloway's Pills ¢ Ointment, 25
cents per box.
SOLDIERS SPECIAL NOTICE.-P 0 your duty
to yourselves, protect your health, use Hollo
way's Pills ¢ Ointment. For Wounds, Sores,
Bowel Complaints and Fevers, they are a
perfect safegard. Full directions how to use
them with every , box. .• Only 25 cents.
TO THE LUMBER DEALERS OF MARIETTA.
THE undersigned would beg leave to state
that he has been assigned the duty of
LUMBER Irrsracros '
and having a full knowl
edge olevery branch of the Lumber Business,
feels confident that he can render full satisfac
tion in the Counting and Inspection of Lum
ber, and hepes to receive a liberal portion of
patronage. GEO. W. ETTLA.
NOTICE. Those indebted to the subscriber
are respectfully notified to pay, if possi
ble, by April, and that the books will be left
in the hands of A. N. Cassel to settle, without
cost, until the. first of ..May. The accounts
that are not settled by,that time, will be placed.
in the hands of the Justice of the Peace, 10
collection. . J. H. , GROVE,
A. B. G
9 , MILLINERY,
"I'r STRAW GOODS, &C.
WE have the pleasure of informing the
public that we are now prepared to offer
at our Old Stand,
Nos. 103, 105 . 4. 107 North Second St.,
above Arch, Philadelphia.
A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
MILLINERY AND STRAW GODDS,
In every variety, of the LATEST IMPORTA-
T/ONS, and of the newest and most fashionable
OUR S7RAW DEPARTMENT
Will comprise every variety of Bonnets, Hats,
and Trimmings to be found in that line, of the
latest and most approved shapes and styles.
WINES & LIQUORS.
4\\ll D BENJAMIN,
_ DEALER IN
WINES & LIQUORS,
Picot Building, Marietta, Pa.
T)OE.GS leave to inform the public that he
JDOwill continue the WINE& LIQUOR busi
ness, n all its branches. Ifs will constantly
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch
Whiskey, Cordials, Bitters, 4-c.,
Justly Celebrated Rose - Whisky,
ALWAYS ON NAND.
A very superior OLD RYE WHISKEY
ust received, which is warranted mire.
113 - All H. D. B. now asks of the public
is a careful examination of his stock and pri
ces, which will, he is confident, result in Ho
tel keepers and others finding it to their ad
vantage to make their purchases from I im.
COAL! COAL I COAL !
• For Sale Cheap for Cash.
THE undersigned being anxious to close out
the present stock, will sell at the following
low price; viz :
Baltimore Company, Egg and
Stove size, - at $3.30.
Shamokin, Red Ash,
Shamokin, White Ash,
Lykens Valley, broken,
White Ash, nut,
THOS. ZELL, A g t.
Marietta, February 15, 1562.
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.
PATTERSON 4 - CO.
W HITE SWAN HOTEL. .
FRONT STREET, MARIETTA.
'The undersigned having again leased this old
and popular hotel, takes this method of in-,
forming his old.friends and the public gener
ally, that nothing shall be spared to keep up
the reputation of the house, and make it
worthy of the support of the traveling pub
lic. GEO: W. HECKIIOIIIE.
Marietta, February 15, 1662. 29-6 m
H. L. &E. J.ZAHI(
irb E . SPE d CYFULLY inform then
sße fr o i nLe an tL o a , zA,Wa
AND JE WEER Y.business at the old
stand, North-wesi Corner of North
Queen street and Center Square, Lancaster, Pa
A full assortment of, goods in our line of busi
ness always en hand and for sale at the totoest
cash rates. iC7-• Repairing attended to per
sonally by the proprietors.
~ittasietta. g'ofPrt. Ochael.
TliE undersigned will open a select School,
commencing on Monday, May sth, and
continue r 2 weeks. The course of instruction
will be thorough and practical—well calcu
lated to prepare the young for the active
duties of life. The developement of the in
tellectual and moral faculties, the formation
of coned habits of thought and the communi
cation of useful knowledge, will be the three
paramount objects of every recitation and
exercise in the school.
Pupils of Primary department, .$2.00
No deduction except in cases of protracted
H. H. SAWYER
Marietta, March 8, 1862.
AN OFFICE, &C., FOR RENT. Ono of
the most desirable locations in this place
for an office, and a sleeping room immediately
above, together with a carriage house and. tine
stable. ',cleated near Mtirket Square. Rent
very reasonable. For further particulars in
quire at this office.
Marietta, March 15, 1.962-tf.
A very desirable. Dwelling House, two
doors west of " The Herinitage,Hotel,"
Lower-Station, Marietta, at present occupied
by Henry Pickel. [tent reasonable. Inquire
of A. W. STEHIVIAN,
Ticket Office, "Upper-Station."
WENTY EMPTY HOGSHEADS :lc
T—in good condition—will be sold
at the low price of $1 each and deliveied any
where in or near Marietta free of charge. Be
ing in want of cellar room, if taken from the
store soon, a trifle less will be ,aken. Also, a
lot of excellent
very cheap. For sale at DIFFENBAC WS.
ICHENER'S Excelsior Hams. These
celebrated Sugar-cured HAMS are put
up expressly for Family use. They are of de
licious flavor, free from the unpleasant taste
of salt and pronounced by epicures the best in
the world. For sale at
J. R. DIFFENBACH'S
March 8, 1862.
11LATED WARE : A Large and fine stock
r of Plated ware at 13. L. & E. J. 'Lim's,
Corner of North Queen street & Center Square,
Lancaster, Pa. Tea Setts, in variety, Coffee
Urns. Pitcheis, Goblets, Salt Stands, Cake
Baskets, Card Baskets, Spoons, Forks, Knives,
Casters, &c., &c., at manufacturers prices.
REPLATING attended to at moderate rates.
T EWELRY.—A large and selected stock of
0 fine jewelry of the latest patterns from the
best factories in the country can be found at
H. L. & E. J. ZAHM'S.
Cot. North Queen st. and Centre Square, Lan
caster, Pa. Our prices are moderate and all
goods warranted to be as represented.
AGENERAL ASSORTMENT' OF I
Hammered and Rolled Iron, H.
S. Bars, Norway, Nail . Rods, American
and German Spring and Cast. Steel, Wagon,.
Boxes, Iron Axles, Springs, &c., for smiths. '
PATTERSON 4r CO.
PRIME GROCERIES: Rio, Java and
Laguira Coffee Crushed, Pulverized end
Brown Sugar; Superior Green and Black Tea ;
Rice, Cheese and Spices;
Syrup and prime ba
king Molasses; Excellent'Pearl 'Barley at
J. R. DIFFENBACIPS
FRESH HOXIE GROUND SPICES AT
AN DER:iON' S ! Attention Butchers
and Houskcepers. Having a great demand for
nur fames SPICES, I have concluded to cop
tinue ',,0 keep a - constant supply of 'Ground Pep
per, Ground Corriander, and Sweet Marjoram.
QT. CR.OIIX AND NEW - ENGLAND.RUM
for culinary purposes, warranted genuine
D. D. Benjamin Co's.
Da HENRY LANDIS
_:7llffai Dealer in Drugs, Perfumery, 4-1:
1)R. LANDIS having purchased the errti7v
interest and good will of Dr. F. Hinkle
rug Store, would take this opportunity to in
form the citizens of Marietta and the publir
generally, that having just received from Phil
adelphia a large addition to the old stock, he
will spare no pains to keep constantly on haw',
the best anti most complete assortment of eve
rything in the drug line.
a got of fun an) loilef
consisting in part of German, French and Eng
lish perfumery, Shaving Soaps and Creams,
Tooth and Nail Brushes, Buffalo and other
Hair Comb,., Hair Oils, Pomades,etc.
Port Monies, Pocket Books, Puff Eli
and Powder Boxes, tc., iS•c
The celebrated Batchelor's HAIR DYE,
DeCosta's and other Tooth Washes.,lndia Cola
gogue, Barry's Tncoperous, for the hair, Bay
Rum, Arnold's Ink, large and small sized bot
tles, Balm of a Thousand Flowers, Flour of
Rice, Corn Starch, Hecker's Farina, all kinds
of pure Ground Spices, Compound Syrup of
Phosphate, or Chemical food, an excellent ar
ical for cronic - dyspepsia and a tonic in Con
..omptive cases, Rennet, for coagulating milk,
all excellent preperation for the table ; Table
Oil—very fine—bottlesin two sizes. Pure Cott
Liver Oil. All of Hael's perfumery,pomades,
soaps, &c. His Kathairon or Hair Restorative
is now everywhere acknowledged the best.
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 engaged elsewnere.
Marietta, August 24, 1861.-ly
T B IS
preparation, made from the best Java
Coffee, is recommended by physicians as a
superior Nutritious Beverage for General De
bility, Dyspepsia, and all bilious disordors.—
Thousands who have been compelled to aban
don the use of Coffee will use this without in
jurious effects. One can contains the strength
of two pounds of ordinary coffee. Price ro
KOLLOCK , S LEVAIN,
The purest and best BAKING POWDER
known, for making light, sweet and nutri
tious Bread and Cakes. Price 15 cents.
M. H. KOLLOCK, Chemist,
Corner of Broad and Chestnut Streets,
Sold. by all. Druggists and Grocers.
Philadelphia, March 1, 1862.-Iy.
NATRONA COAL OIL!
AND EQUAL TO ANY
Why buy an explosive oil, when a few cents
more per gallon will furnish you with a
PERFECT 0n..? MADE ONLY BY
_Salt Manufacturing Company,
No. 127 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
February 15, 1862-Iy.
111.1111.1 ETTA. MARBLE YARD:
biontAents, flea 510nes, &e.
MICHAEL GABLE, Marble Mason,
Opposite the Town Hall Park,
Marietta, Pa. .
THE Marble business in all its branches,
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 itt i'ery reasonable prices,.
Mariea, June 29, 1861. 49-ly
JO FIN pnLL, ltierchelgt Tcalor,
Cor. of Market-st., and Elbow Lane, Marietta.
LIRATEIT I. for past favors I would rattly
k_Tmy thanks to my numerouSfriends and pa
trons and inform them that 'I still continue thr
old business at the old stand, where I will be
pleased to see them at all times, and having
full and splendid assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES VESTIV GS,
which 'Will be made up to order at the shortest
notice by the be,st of workmen, and on reasona
ble terms, I would be pleased, therefore, to.wait
upon my old customers and all who see proper
o patronize me hereafter. jOet.29-756.
The Infallible Corn Bunion Cure
D. S. DARLING'S •
CORN AND BUNION' SALVE
CURES WITHOUT PAIN OR INJURY. It
softens the Corn or Bunion and wastes
the excrescence by exhalation, leaving the
flesh and skin soft and natural.
When used according to directions, it never
fails to cure. Try it Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Sent by Mail on receipt of the price,*and
six cents in stamps to pay postage.
Price 2.5 Cents a' Box. D. S. DARLING,
102 Nassau Street,- New York.
Sold by Druggists.
DR. HENRY LANDIS
fIFFERS his professional services to the
kicitizens of Marietta and vicinity
Can be found at his Drug Store, formerly
Dr. Hinkle's, at all times when not elseatihere
professionally engaged. . .
To my FRIENDS: Having been called to
a position in the U. S. Navy, I liereby resign
my profession to the rare and attention of Dr.
Henry Landis, in whom I have every con
ndence, hai , ing had ample opportunity of as
certaining his ability to fill my place.
F. HINKLE-, M.. D..
The Piles •Cure!
DARLING'S TUMOUR OINTMENT
1) Reduces the intlamation and dispel pro
truding Piles by exhalation,so that t,e parts
may be returned to their ace, without pain
or injury, im a few days.
It is also a superior remedy for tumours "of
any kind wherever it can he applied with the
finger or a camel's hair brush. Sent by
Mail on receipt of letter enclosing a 25 Cent
piece, and six cents. in stamps. Address„
Price 25 Cents a Box. -D.-S. DARLING:',
feb22-3m] 102 Nassau Street, N. Y.
J3URNETT'S Cocoaine. A compound of
Cocoa-nut Oil, &c., for dressing the: flair.
For efficacy, and agreeableness, it is withobt
an equal. It prevents the hair from felling off.
It promotes its healthy and vigerons growth
It is not greasy or sticky. •
It leaves no disagreeable odor. •
It softens the hair whe'n hard an d
It soothes thnirritated.scalp skin.
It 4affords the lichest lustre. -
It- remains longest in effect. For sale by '
WEST & ROTH, Successors to Dr. Oro*.
TIYOLFE'S Celebrated • Spnnz and Clasp
_V SHAWL. PINS.
The best in the , world--made arid sold at
Puce, 6 eents.l WOLFE'S.
ILC 0 X''S Cdlebrated Imperial
tension Ste:olB[lring Skeleton Slcirt, 'with
aelVadjuStible '.:Justle. The latest and beat in
-use fot'aale Cheap 'it Ihrenbc*s.
NNIVES 'tk FORKS, Brltainia and Silver
pla'ted Spoons,. Brass, Copper, Plain'and
'aame , :ed ken Kettles, and Housekeeping
gcrodrtettinilly. Patterson 4. Co.
CI ALT ! SALT! !—if you wa PA TTEUSOIV
• SAIfT EAT; at to buy
Call at the store of . SP ANG4.E.a.
LAMES AND GENIIS Anderson has just
received an elegant assortment of Perfu
mery, consisting of Toilet Soaps, Hair Oils,
Extracts and Colognes at prices much below
be usual rates, also some very handsome Cling
tor gentlemen, Portmonies, &c.
BRANDIES -all brandsguarranteed
uine. ' Alexander I).Reese.
TS NEW STYLE . CAPS,"
AT citir , sq.;