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F. L. Palter, Eciitor
~/ I lagetta, Oa,
SATURDAY, JILT 12', 1862.
1: 1 3 2. Messrs; MATHER lk ABBOTT, No. 335
Broadway, New-York, are duly authorized to
act for us in soliciting adyertisments, &c.
A SECOND MOSES.—A Harrisburg pa
per states that, "during the freshet,
week before last, a cradle was seen com
ing down the rushing waters near Man
adaville, and being suspected of contain
ing something, it was watched by seve
ral persons for three or four miles, ex
pecting it wonld at some point of its
journey come near enough to the shore
that it would be safe in venturing after
it in a boat. At last, at a bend in the
swollen stream, the cradle came suffi
ciently near that it was secured, when
lo S and behold, upon lifting op a light
covering, a beautiful babe looked up and
smiled A kind person took the little
one in charge, and although a week has
elapsed, and inquiry has been made, no
clue to the little stranger has been dis
THE REJECTION OF GEN. SHIELDS:—..The
New York Herald's Washington cor
respondent gives this reason for the re
jection of Gen. Shields as a Major Gen
eral: "'lt is said there was not a single
vote in his favor. The testimony ad
duced before the Committee on the Con
duct of the War in regard to the battle
of Port Republic, showed, in the estima
tion of Senators, that Gen. Shields was
either insane or totally incompetent.—
It-is said that many of the officers, medi
cal and military, nearest to the person
of Gen. Shields for some time past, have
been ready to bear testimony to his in
ABATING A NUISANCE.—Daring the
Administration of "Old Rotton Sheep,"
(Buchanan) the i Pottstown Bank came
into eaistence. Without a thought of
future annoyance from the fact, but in
compliment to the President, the notes
of the Bank contained a portrait of " 0.
R. S." Recently, the bank hasreceived
so many mutilated notes, with the words,
traitor, Judas Iscariot, etc., inscribed
under the portrait, that it has resolved
to call in all the notes bearing the like
ness, and re•issne new notes. It must
be done to abate a nuisance.
A couple named Clemonts Her
rings and Barbara Herrings was arrested
in New York, on Tuesday for counter
- felting three-cent pieces. A complete
set of plates and machinery for counter
feiting twenty-dollar notes on the "Con
federate States of America," Jeff. Davis,
president were found in their possession.
The man who would counterfeit. each
trash must be a poor rascal. These
'ferriage are in a pickle.
gar The Northwester, a Canadian pa
per published at Red River, is out in fa
vor of annexation with the United
States. It says that great Britain shows
perfect indifference to the settlement,
and it enjoys none of the commercial or
governmental advantages it has a right
to expect; and, on the other hand,
-American influence of every kind is op
perating upon it.
eir Three of the passengers on board
the last ship which left Massachusetts
with British colors, before the Revolu
tion, are now living! The vessel was
the Minerva, and sailed from' Marble
head eighty-seven years ago, May 27,
17'75. The suryifieg passengers are
Miss Copley, Mrs. Gardiner Green, and
Lord Lyndhurst—all children of Copley,
the great artist.
eir Peterson's Detector sends ns the
following . description of a new'and dan
gerous counterfeit Five Dollar Note of
the Back of Chambersburg, Pa : vig :
Two females, ball, &c. Oval portriat in
each corner, 5 between them. Well
Great exertions are being made by
the Irish throughout the country to en.
able their friends in Ireland to emigrate
here. It is estimated that during the
next year two hundred thousand foreign.
ers will emigrate to the United States.
thr Recently tifty-tive men, from dif
ferent regiments who were sent out by
Gen. Mitchell for the scoot service,
were all captured by the rebels. They
were carried to Atlanta and hung.
'Er The President's call for 300,090
additional troops is meeting with a hear
ty, response from the people of the loyal
states. Pennsylvania, as usual, is lead
ing 64 the patriotic work.
¢' 'The Democratic'State Convention
have putin nomination for Auditor Gene
Sral;lseaSSleaker, of Union county and
James P. Barr of Allegheny county for
Surveyor Geperal. -
B i's hopti to Rome during the con
vocation are totbe made Roman citizens
by the Pope..
sir Forney's Press in speaking of the
nominations of the late State Breckin
ridge convention says: "The nomina
tions made by the Breckiuridgers are
Isaac. Slenker, an old politician, for Au
ditor General, and James V. Barr, the
scurrilous editor of the Pittsburg Poet,
for Surveyor General. Mr. Sleeker has
heretofore sustained an excellent repu
tation. Mr. Barr is probably the most
offensive and unscrupulous assailant of
the General Administration (and hence
of a vigorous prosecution of the war) in
Western Pennsylvania." This is very
strong language from a Democratic pa
Since the appointment of General
Lee as Commander-in-Chief of Rebel
army, an entirely new policy has been
inaugurated in the military affairs South,
more glorious in every branch. The
concentration of the scattered command
of their armies has been vigorously adopt_
ed ; even fourteen regiments of Alabama
and Mississippi soldiers, which were sent
some ten weeks ago against Burnside,
have been recalled, and the troops from
nearly all parts of Virginia and North
Caro'lina have been concentrated in the
neighborhood of Richmond.
Cr The three French (Orleans) Prin
ces—Prince de Joinville, Count de Pa•
ris, and Due de Chartres—have left the
Army and gone to Boston, preparatory
to leaving for Europe. Speculators in
diplomatic matters try to see special
significance in their sudden departure.
Some think that it was occasioned by a
friendly hint from Queen Victoria, who
is a staunch friend of the Orleans family
that they ought to come home before
they become involved in a false position,
in which threatening events might pos
sibly place them.
ear The antlers in North Carolina
are doing a good business. People
come forty miles even from the inland
to buy goods of them. One firm also
sold $1,500 worth of hoop skirts and
calico to North Carolina women in one
day. Strange to say, the goods were
paid for iu good gold, silver and Govern
ment notes, which must have been hid
den in socks and cracked tea pots, all the
while the common shinplasters have
been going their rounds.
f Gen. Hunter has rather taken the
secession sympathizers aback by saying
that be has not seen any "runaway
slaves," nor has he enlisted any such, but
he did find some negroes who had runs.
,masters" in the rebel army. He
thinks they would like to meet their mas
ters, andle has a regiment of them ready
to use in that way. Gen. Hunter thinks
negroes would do quite as well to "stop
secession bullets" ail our northern white
Cr The Os tser Zeiiung, of Germany
informs its readers that Gen. Banks is a
native of Pomerania. and was a sergeant
in the Prussian army before he emigra
ted to the United States, where the
military experience acquired at home
enabled him to attain his present posi
tion. The fact is Gen. Banks was born
in Waltham, Mass., and never saw a
er The Hudson River and New York
Railroad . Company are having a dummy
engine built at Patterson, N. J., for
drawing the ears of that road through
the closely built streets of New York.
It resembles a big box on wheels, like
a freight car, with a chimney. It is a
condensing engine, which obviates the
noise peculiar to the exhaust in the
eir The tweith Earl of Pembroke has
lately died in Paris. He was "a fast
man," though 72 years old, and left the
finest stable of horses in Paris. Most all
the horses , will be bought by the Empe
ror. He married a Sicillian princess, but
having no children his estates and titles
descend to his nephew, a lucky boy
twelve years old, the son of the late Lord
cyar- Mr. J. McNamee, of Easton,,Pao
has invented and taken out a patent for
an 'lndicator and Register of Drinks and
Segars,' to be used at the bars of hotels
and restaurants, to prevent bar-keepers,
who are dishonestly inclined, from carry
ing on their operations at the money
drawers of their employers. •
Gir Urgent calls are now made upon
the United States Arsenal, at Water
town, by the Government, for powder,
and the establisement is in operation on
the Sabbath, as well as other days of
the week, The kind of powder wanted
is that used for siege guns.
ar Report says that Capiain Bonk
parte Patterson, who is serving in the
Mexican expedition, is in high favor
with the Emperor, and it is conjectured
that he may
_prove a more acceptable
candidate, as King or President of the
Mexicans, than an Austrian Prince •
or The rebels, having always' been
accustomed to a hot climate, cant stand
the cold—especially in the shape of cold
illgr Charles Mackay is to succeed Dr.
Russel as the correspondent of the Lon
don Times in this country.
eir When the rebels fight they soon
get out of wind. When they talk, their
wind is inexhaustible. •
CLtPPINGS FROM OUR EXCHANGES
In the London exhibition, Bibles wil
be exhibited in 100 different languages
Bishop Mellvaine has arrived at
Washington from Europe.
Ten thousand families are supplied
every week at the New Orleans Free
Gen. Shields has been authorised to
raise a brigade of Irish soldiers for the
Tice Treasury Department is calling in
and burning the first issue of demand
notes at the rate of half a million per
day. Four millions have been destroyed.
The whole issue was $60,000,000.
It is said that Gen. Prentiss, taken at
the battle of Shiloh, has been paroled
by the rebels, and is coming north to ef
fect an exchange. The rebels want
Buckner, and possibly they will obtain
him through Prentiss.
On the 18th inst., in the New Hamp
shire State Senate, notice was given of
a bill relating to the removal of foreign
Last week a lady, of New Haven,
Conn., whose only child is in the army,
sent the following articles to the State
Hospital : 100 linen cambric handker
chiefs, 12 boxes Guava jelly, 8 bottles
wine, 5 pounds Snow's candy, 12 volumes
Vice President Hamlin has granted
the use of the Senate Chamber to the
Unitarian Church of Washington, for a
morning service, the offer of their house
of worship as a hospital having been ac
cepted by the government.
Some days ago, the Cambria Iron
Company at Johnstown employed sever
al contrabands to work for twenty-five
cents a day. The regular hands in the
mill took offence at it and quit work.—
The contrabands were dismissed and the
old hands returned.
At a late inspection of a camp at
Lynnfield, Mass., two-fifths of the re
jected as being disqualified by their
youthfulness of age, small size; or want
of powers of endurance, for the service.
The first society of the Methodist
Church in• this country was formed in a
carpenter shop in New York, in 1766.
An attempt was lately made to blow
up the hospital at Beaufort, N. C. The
building was filled with sick soldiers.
The marriage of the Princess Alice,
of England, is to be again postponed,
owing to the death of the mother of her
fiancee—the Grand Duchess of Hessee.
It appears as if the poor creature was
never to have her husband—this being
the third or fourth postponement.
The editor of the Nashville Union ad
vertises for a lot of uncut Confederate
bonds for newspaper envelopes; also,
one hundred pounds of Confederate
notes for cigar-lighter. Old clothes are
offered in exchange.
The President has vetoed the bill to
allow the circulations of notes under $5
in the District of Columbia.
A. soldier in a Vermont Regiment, on
Ship Island (says the Home lournal,)
was lately taken ill while on duty, at
midnight, and, on being taken to the
hospital, gave birth to a young recuit.
The "relief guard" were considerably
astonished, never having suspected the
sex of the stout "private."
Some fifteen or twenty officers have
been sent home by Bag-officer Farragnt,
for habitual drunkeness.
The Adjudent General of New Hamp
shire, in a general order, says there are
no sinecure officers to be disposed of in
the. Ninth Regiment of that State. No
person will be commissioned unless he
has performed actual labor in recruiting
and forwarding the organization of the,
regiment. The men are to be armed
with Windsor rifles and sabre bayonets.
The Charleston Mercury, after all its
braggadocia as to the invulnerability of
Charleston and the chivalrous troops of
that state, has quietly removed to Co
lumbia, the capital of the State, 130
miles into the interior !
Gen. 0. M. Mitchell rpcently tele
graphed to Mr. Stanton for instructions_
in regard to bridge-burners and guerril
las. The. Secretary's answer was speci
fic : "Let them swing."
Rev. Dr. Connolly, Archbishop of
Halifax, has opened a "House of Mircy,"
intented as a place of refuge for unfort
unate, females. It is the intension of Dr.
Connolly to throw this institution open
to persons of all denominations, who are
to be permitted the utmost freedom of
James Miller McKim has gone to
Port. Royal, under the auspices of the
Philadelphia Freedman's Association,
on a tour of observation and inquiry in
reference to the great social experiment
now in progress among the blacks in
the millitary department of Gen. Hunter.
M. Genin lately addressed the Acade
mie des Sciences on the subject of "the
Sex of Eggs." He affirms that all eggs
containing, the•germ of males have wrin
kles on their smaller ends, while female
eggs are smooth at the extremities.
John C. Breckinridge. has been, in
dicted for treason by the Grand Jury 9f
of Fayette county, Kentucky.
THE GOVERNOR OF DI ARITIA-ND.—Gov
Bradford, in hie prod lunation for addi.
tional troops in response to the Presi
dent's call, uses the following language.
Men of slaryland : I look to you
with confidence to- be among the fore
most in responding to this call. There
are reasons why you should be. You
are, as it were, the natural boby-guard
of the capital of the nation. If this diabol
ical rebellion ever makes another for
ward movement, its first step will be
upon your soil. In your very midst
there lurks a comparatively small but
very influential plotting, determined,
treasonable element, watching the first
opportunity to pilot the rebellious host
into your midst, and to give up to the
desolotions of war your present peaceful
firesides. Though such a probability
may be remote, it behooves you to be
ready for all contingencies, and prepar
ed, by an ample and organized force
for the open rebel and the secret trai
A Mortara-cm TRAGEDY, - Private
Wallace M. Sterling, of the 28th New
York Regiment, was recently a prisoner
at Winchester, and was released on pa
role. He accidently shot, a few days
since, his own sister, an estimable young
lady, about twenty years of age. The
sad accident occurred at the residence
of his father, at West Gaines, a short
distance from Eagle Harbor, N. Y. It
seems that he was'in the act of showing
the family the musket exercise, and the
manner in which the disciplined soldier
uses his arms. The gun used to illus
trate the exercise happened to ,be load_
ed, and accidentally went of while in
his hands, the entire charge penetrating
the head of his sister, who was standing
bat a few feet distant. She fell to the
floor and died almost immediately.
PILLOW. INSULTED BY BEAUBEGARD.-.-
Gen. Pillow, the military smadiac and
parvenue charlatan commander, has fall
en into general disgrace with the seces
ionists. Be is now living near. Oxford,
Miss., terribly awakened from his dreams
of martial glory; knowing he
_is a butt
and jest even with the people be declared
himself determined to save from North
ern invasion. lie recently paid a visit
to Beauregard .at Okolona, and the for
mer was so disgusted with Pillow that
he refused to see him. Gideon foamed
and raved, and talked of challenging
Beauregard, but did not: and returned
to his place of residence full of oaths
and mortifications.—Nash. Union.
FIRE IN THE CHARLESTOWN NAVY YARD.
—On Saturday morning, about four
o'clock, the old building, used as a
coppersmith shop and foundry, took fire
from the spontaneous combustion of a
quanity of rubbish in the loft and was
partially destroyed. The contents were•
badly injured by fire and water, and the
roof was entirely destroyed. The loss
amounts to about $3,000. The building
was very old, and it bad been proposed
for some to demolish it, and make room
for a more substantial one. There has
not been so large a fire in the yard for /
upwards of twenty years.
air Many of our readers may remem
ber an account, going the rounds of the
papers a few weeks ago, of " California
Joe," an eccentric and valuable member
of Berdan's sharp-shooters. Another
interesting fact 'about him has just come
to light. Although a private in the
ranks he is immensely wealthy, and short
ly after joining the regiment he drew up
his will, giving in case of his death in
battle, $60,000, on deposit in the Mer
chants' Bank, Philadelphia, to the wid
ows and orphans of those of the regiment
killed during the war.
!Er The city and county are joint pro
prietors of the court-house at Stockton,
Cal. The county recently paid their
half, leaving the rest of the building in
its natural condition. Mayor Bolden—
a Boston man by, the way, and a good
fellow to boot—recommends his common
council to deliberate upon the peculiar
complexion of affairs and provide a re
IR- Col. Cluseret, who distinguished
himself recently under Fremont, is a
Frenchman and speaks but little Eng
lish. lie wore his gold badges on his
breast all through the battle, furnishing
a very conspicuous mark for the rebel
sharp-shooters He gave his orders not
by words, but seized a musket and show
ed his men what he wished them to do.
ter Nine-tenths of the artillery sol
diers in Gen. McClellan's army are Ger
mans, and, though a little snappish and
snarlish sometimes, they are admirable
cannoniers. Quickness, accuracy and
endurance are all possessed by them in
the highest degree, and rigid discipline
and strict obedience develop these qual
ities to their greatest usefulness.
Car The need of a general bankrupt
law is very pressing. One poor fellow
in Bridgewater hiass., named Dunbar,
advertises a call for a meeting of his
creditors at his house, "to enter on
some arrangement of their lawful
claims," as he says he is " not able to
discover how he can pay his just debts
without disposing of his property."
A Mons. de Sera has a hennery
near Paris, which yields him $260,000
per annum. His expenses are about
$75,000• a year.
TEIE AMERICAN RIFLES.--The famous
Springfield rifled muskets most used in
the United States army, and w hich are
now manufactured in Great Britian by
machinery made in Massachusetts from
patterns, are thus described ;—The gun
has a barrel forty inches long, and entire
length of the piece, bayonet included, is
73-85 inches. Weight nine pounds.
There are three groves in the barrel,
with a twist of one turn in six feet
decreasii3g in depth from breach to muz
zle, but its shooting is more accurate
on that account. The ball has three
grooves around the cylindrical part,
and no wedge or capsule issued inside.
The ball weighs 730 grains the charge
of powder is 70 grains. Armed with,
those pieces our soldiers who lave had
a few months discipline face any foe and
win always where the odds is not more
than three to one against them.
THE CHINESE TilX.—Govenor Stafford,
of California, having signed the bill im
posing a head tax of $2,50 per month on
each male Chinese over eighteeh save
only those engaged in mining, and who
pay miners' license—it is estimated that
the new law will realize $1,750,000 to
82.000,000 per annum, half of which goes
to the State and half to the county in
which it is collected.
REVIVAL OF THE INDIA TRADE.—The
India trade of Boston is reviving.—
Fourteen ships from Calcutta will
arrive at that port in July and August.
Several others are also loading at Cal
cutta, m thing in all about twenty ships
for Boston sailing in March and April.
In additiod to these, (says the Traveller)
we •shall probably have ten more ships
from Mamilia, Batavia, and Penang.
Al ORH ENG LISFI NEUTRALITY. -- The
British vice-consul at Fredericksburg
has been detected in giving "'aid and
comfort to the enemy, and his flag, with
a Secession ensign found in his house,
has been taken from him.
Da' Thousands of Volunteers sick in camp!
Young men be warned in time, supply your
selves with Holloway's Pills 4 Ointment.—
They are guar steed to cure the worst cases
of smes, ulcers, scurvy, fevers and bowel com
plaints. Only 25 cts. per box or pot. 218,
To Consumer' yes : The advertiser having
been restored to health in a few weeks, by a
very simple remedy, after having suffered sev
eral 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 sure cure for Con
sumption Asthma, Ilroncliiti.s, &c. The only
object of the advertiser in sending the prescrip
tion is to benefit the afflicted, and spread infor
mation which he conceives is invaluable, and
he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as
it will cost them nothing, and may prove a
blessing. Parties wishing the prescription will
please address Rev. E. A. Witson,
Sm j Williamsburg, Kings co , N. Y.
A CARD: To Young Ladies and Gentle
men.—The subscriber will send, free of charge
to all who desire it, the recipe and directions
for making a simple Vegetable Balm, that will,
in from two to eight days, remove Pimples,
BfOtches, Tan, Freckles, Sallowness, and all
impurities and roughness of the skin, leaving
,the same as nature intended it should be—soft
clear, smooth and beautiful. Those desiring the
recipe, with full instructions, directions and ad
vice, will please call on or address, (with post
age stamp) THOS. F. CHAPMAN,
Practical Chemist, S3l Broadway, N. Y.
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ag, and for the especial benefit of Young Men.
and those who suffer with Nervous Debility,
Loss of Memory, Premature Decay, Sic., by
one whu has cured himself by simple means,
after being put to great expense and inconve
nience, through the use of worthless medicines
prescribed by learned doctors. Single copies
may be had of the author, C. A. LAMBERT,
Esq., Grcenpoint, Long Island, N. Y., or by
addressing the same enclosing 3c stamp.
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The Improved Black Hawk
CAST IRON ORR WASHER,
MANUFACTURED AND SOLD BY
CO BRYAN R. HOP K INS,
ki Marietta, Lancaster County, Pa.
The Undersigned will constantly keep on
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above celebrated machine, the best in the Uni
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to run lighter, last longer and wash elf aner and
with less water than any other machine now
in use. They can be easily put together on the
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undersigned will meet with prompt, attention.
They are also prepared to sell individu
al, County and State Rights.
MARIETTA MARBLE YARD.
bioramis, Tot - 4bs, ffeo Sfoßes, &e.
MICHAEL GABLE, Marble Mason,
Opposite the Town Hall Park,. A .
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 at very reasonable prices.
Marietta, June 29, 1861. 49-Iy
A.NIEL G. BAKER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE :—No. 24 NORTH Dux.r. 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
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BUILDING HARDWARE, LOCKS,
Hinges, Screws, Bolts, Cellar Grates,
Oils, Glass and Putty, very cheap.
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MO LANDLORDS! Just received, Scotch
1. and Irish WHISKIES warren
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G FNTS -NEW STYLE CAPS,
The Columbia Insurance Company,
Of Columbia, Lancaster County, Pa.
THIS Company continues to insure
ings, Merchandise, and other property,
against loss and damage by fire, on the !mutu
al plan, either fir a cash premium or premium
The success of the Company Tres far ex
ceeded the most sanguine expectation, of the
Directors, and it will be noticed by the follow
ing statement that its affairs are in a healthy
and flourishing condition.
WHOLE AMOUNT INSURED $77A7 01 34 -
Balance of Cash Premiums unexpended, Feb
ruary Ist, 1861, $865 19
Cash Premiums received during the
last year, less agents' commission, $3,315 Aft
Interest received on money loanei
last year, 29 3O
Losses and Expenses paid the last
year, 62,704 21.
Balance of Cash Premiums unex
pended, Feb. let, 1862, $1,605 86
It will be seen from the aboVe that the
money paid in advance for policies has wen
sufficient to pay all losses and expenses and
leave a surplus fund of over Fifteen Hundred
Dollars, and that the Directors have never
levied any tax upon the members of the Com
C. S. K A.UFFMAN, President.
GEORGE YOUNG, Jr., Sectary.
M. M. STRICKLER, Treasurer.
C. S. Kaufman, Abraham Bruner, Sr:.
John Fendrich, H. G. Minich,
Samuel F. Eon kin, H. B. A - n*lmA
W. M. Strickler, illie.hael H. Moore,
George Young,Jr., Nicholas Mc DonaM
Amos S. Green.
are all members of this Company:
Bainbridge—R. H Jones, John H. Smith,
Joseph Kuttz. Columbia—Geo. Bogle, Hiram
Wilson, F. S. Bletz, Casper Yeager, H.C-
Fondersmith, John Shenberger, J. G. Pollock,
Frank Shillot, John Gnus, J. .1. & P. S.
Tague, Michael S. Shuman, R.. Williams;
John Cooper, Geo. W. Heise, Washington
Righter, Samuel Shoch, Robert Hamilton,
Eckert & Myers, Thomas Welsh, Win. A.
Martin, Casper Seibert, J. W. Cottrell, Philip
Huebner, Ephraim Hershey, Philip Schalck x
David Hanauer, John-Kramer,
Jacob Strine, Benj. F. Appold, Win. Whipper,
John Q. Denney, John Felix, SilveSter,'lrtiglo,
Samuel Arms, A. Gray & Co. East Hempfseht
—Simon Minich. Falmouth--Abraham Col
lins, Sirnuel Horst, Michael Hess. Lancas
ter—John Rankin, B. A. Shaeffer, Henry E..
Leman, Wm. T. Cooper, John Sheaffer, Geo.
Reese. Marietta--Geo. W. Mehalley, John
H. Summy, Frederick Mahling, E. D. Reath,
Calvin A. Schaffner, JOhn Naylor, Samuel
Hopkins, Martin Hildebrandt, H. & F. Fields
er. Mount Jay—Jacob Myers, Israel Barn
hart, Michael Brandt, John Brenernan.--
illanheim—Jolin Hosteler i rn
J. E. Cross, Sa'l.
Long, Geo. Weaver, John M. Dunlap, John
Dalt, Philip Arnt, Jacob H. Kline, David
Fisher. Alaytowiz—Hiram Beatty, George B.
Murray, Samuel Pence, Simon F. Albright..-,-
'lliountoWe—A. S. Bowers. MaAM Township
—Jacob B. Shuman, Christian Miller, JUHUS
L. Shuman. Penn Tewn.vhip—Daniel Frey,
Henry B. Becker, Henry Nell; Johp E. Bren
ner. Rapho Township—Christiam Greider,
Edward Givens, Michael- Witinan. West
nemyjield Township-11. E. Wolf, B. A. Price ;
M. A. Reid, J. H. Strickler, Amos S. Bower,,
Jacob Hoffman. Warwick Township—Daniel
The Company wish to appoint an Agent
for each Township in Lancaster County.—
Persons wishing to take the Age..cy can apply
in person or by letter.
SUPPLEE 4!k BRO„
IRON AND BRASS
And General Machinists, Second street.
Below Union, Columbia, Pa.
They are prepared to make all kinds of Iron
Castings for Rollingls and Blast Furnaces,
Pipes, for Steam, Water and Gas; Columns ;
Fronts, Cellar Doors, 'Weights, tkc., for Buil-:
dings, and castings of every description ;
.TEAM .EAGINE.Y, AND BuILEKS,
IN THE MOST MODERN AND . IMPROVED
Manner; Pumps, Brick Presses, Shafting anti
Pulleys, Mill Gearing, Taps, Dies, Ithichinety
for Mining and Tanning ; Brass Bearings.
Steam & Blast Gauges, Lubricators, Oil Cocks,
Valves for Steam, Gas, and Water; Brass Fi
t in all their variety; Boilers, Tanks, Flues,
Heaters, Stacks, Bolts, Nuts, Vault Doors,
BLACENMITHING in GENERAL.
From long experience in building machinery we
natter ourselves that we can give general satis
faction to those who may favor us with their
orders. it Repairing promptly attended to.
Orders by mail addressed as above Will meet
with prompt attention. Pr - ices to s-uitthe times.
Z. SUPP L E
7'. R. SUPPLE&
Columbia, October 20„ 1860. 14-If
THE PEOPLE'S trigt
HAT AND CAP STORE.
siitttlZ & Niters,
NO. 20 N OUTU QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER.
I 'HE Subscribers are desirous to inform their
customeis and the public generallY;that
then preparations of a large assortment-of
FINE SOFT, FELT & SILK HATS,
ADAPTED FOR SPRING AND SUMMER wrap.
have been completed ; the same compnces the
richest and most beautiful shades of color and
style, which taste and long experience could
produce. In our assortment will be found all
THE 'NEWEST STYLES OF
Silk, Cassinier and Soft Hato,,.,
ST RAW HATS,
Every style and quality for Gentlemen and'
Bops wear. A full line of •
CHILDREN'S STRAW GOODS, AND
SUMMER STYE CAPS.
.In conclusion, we would return our sincere
thanks for past favors, and trust by varied
exertions, attention and dispatch to merit ire
JOHN A. SHULTZ.] [HENRY A. SHULTI•
Lancaster, May 24, 18624 f
WINES & LIQUORS.
U. D. BENJAMIN.
WINES & LIQUORS,'
Picot Building, Narietta, Pa.
_ o _
B EGS leave to inform the public that will continue the WINE& LIQUOR busi
ness, in all its branches. Ile will constantly
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch
Whiskey, Cordials, Bitters, tc.,
Justly Celebrated Rose Whisky,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
A very suferior OLD RYE WHISKEY'
ust received, which is warranted pnie.
.- 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 1
E Y'EvLD;gAtTaIAE/A PI A N OS.
Attention is called to the recent improvements
by which the greatest possible volume of tone
has been obtained, without sacrificing any of
the well known sweetness of these Instruments.
This, with an improved touch and action, ren
der these. Pianos uneaqualed. The dull and
muffled, or metalic and wiry tone is entirely
avoided. All Instruments warranted to stand
WARBROONS, 722 ARCH STRBET,
PIANOS and lidatautoria for sale and to renf.
Repairing in all its branches, carefully at
tended to. [may 114 es