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Re Natal Markilian.
SATIRDAY, APRIL 18, 1863,
cord new railroad time table will go
into effect on Monday next. The morn
ing train east, as usual, at ten minutes
before eight ; the mail train west, 11:38
instead of 12:09 ; the Harrisburg ac
commodation train east, 6:09 instead of
2:16 ; the same train westward at 6:55,
as heretofore. The mail train east at
6:26 will be withdrawn.
sirTbe Susquehanna has been, for the
past week very high, so high indeed as
to make it unsafe to run and hence, our
town has been quite dull during that
period. The river is, however, now fall
ing and in a few days we may look for a
orowd of both rafts and raftmen.
or Peter b'ultzbangh, eon of Mr.
Henry A. Snitzbaugb, of this borough,
Who was a member of Capt. Samuel G.
Miller's "Marietta Braver," and who
died in camp, near Bell Plains, Va., was
brought to hie home in this borough, on
Wednesday morning last and will bo bu
ried to-morrow (Sunday) morning at ten
o'clock. The company bad him embalm.
ed and it is said he looks very natural.
Cif On Monday evening next, at eix
o'clock, at the Linden House, the bo
rough real estate of the late Judge
°rook will be offered at public
Here is a chance for the purchase of a
flue business location and an excellent
air Mr. Rickert's concerts came off
OCL. Tuesday and Wednesday evenings
last, in the Town- Hall. The Hall was
crowded on Tuesday evening, but the
incessant rain :on.Wednesday prevented
many from attending. The entertain
ments were very chaste and refined and
the music delightful.
sir The remetts of Lieut. Miebler,
eon of Benjamin Mishler, of Lancaster,
wbo was killed at the Indian battle of
Valverds, New Mexico, in February,
1862, are to be brought to Lancaster for
Igir Road Springier & Patterson'a ad
vertisement in another column ; they
have just received a new invoice of
spring and slimmer goods, which they
will sell at a mall advance.
er An election for County Superin
tendent of Common Schools, will take
place at Court House, Laoceeter, on
Monday, May 4th.
tir The Union League of Lancaster
Las erected over. the National Dotal
building the now sign of "Union League
ar Dr. Isaac Bowman, of Elizaboth
town, has boon appointed assistant sur
geon of tho 167th Pennsylvania volun
ar The charter of tho Lancaster
County Dank has just boon extended for
gar The Patriotic Circle will moot
on Friday evening next, at the residence
of Mrs. Dr. Hinkle,
ar no Prothonotary of this county
has roceived a letter from Portland Or
egon, asking for information in regard
to the family of Rudolphus Townley.—
If any of thohoirs of the said 'Townley
are living, they mei , hoar something to
their advantage by addressing Ur. S.
Dailey, Portland, Multnoma county,
Tho Union League of Lancaster
has resolved to erect a monument in a
publio square of the city, "on whose
marble panels shall be inscribed the
name of every citizen of Lancaster coun
ty who has fallen or may hereafter fall,
in the prosecution of this war for tho
preservation of the Union and the Con
stitution of our fathers."
'The Pennsylvania Canal is now
filled and boats are running. The poor
fagged-out mules of last season have re
cuperated during the winter and now
look as fat and sleek as Christmas pigs ;
ready for another nine months' abuse
and hard fare.
sgr The new borough council organ
ized on Saturday evening last, by debt-
In the following officers :
President, 0. 0. P. Grosh,
Treasurer, John Auser,
Assessor, P. L. Baker,
Town Clerk, T. Hiestand,
Regulators, John H., and Israel Good
Supervisor, Samuel Hippie, jr.
Skir We neglected to mention in our
last that David Armstrong, jr., an in
dustrious colored blacksmith whose
shop was broken into several times and
bis bellows ripped up, bag at length
found out the malicious perpetrator. Da
vid had long suspected a rival black
smith--a german named Coonley—do
ing business immediately opposite, and
he set a trap to catch him and had the
satisfaction of finding that be was right
In regard to the person blamed, and also
of inflicting a pretty severe punishment.
The trap was a gun loaded with shot,
and so arranged on the anvil that upon
any attempt to open the door, the weap
on would be discharged, and upon the
attempt to repeat the destruction of the
bellows, the person undertaking the
task received the load in his hand and
othei portions of his person, and for
hie trouble lett three of his fingers at
the At, dm?.
Correspondence of The Mariettian.
Acquis CaEEK, April 8, 1868
Mr Editor :—Thinking it might be
agreeable to the readers of "The Mari
ettian," who have not had an opportu
nity to visit the Army of the Potomac,
the following description of a trip via
the U. S. Military Railroad, (formerly
the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Po
tomac R. R.) running from Acquia Creek
to Falmouth Station, has been attempt
Being a deck passenger on one of the
high box cars, nothing was left to ob
struct the scene, which together with
the beauty of the day, was indeed grand.
The country is almost a regular succes
sion of hills, or rather knobs; evidently,
once thickly covered with pitch-pine
timber, is now thickly studded with tents
in every direction, far and near. Many
of the regiments have displayed exquis
ite taste and ingenuity in the laying out
and building of their miniature city,
while no pains seem to have been
spared to beautify their departments
with such as hedge fences, arches and
festoons of evergreen, even to the plant
ing of trees in lines along their streets.
Having arrived at Falmouth Station,
a walk of a few hundred yards afforded
a fine and almost birds-eye view of the
ancient and once aristocratic city of
Fredericksburg—now, reaping the ben
efits of secession and slavery, in moody
silence. The Rappahannock, which at
this point is the line which divides the
defenders from the would-be destroyers
of our country, is not wide enough to
prevent the interchange of words be
tween the pickets that guard their re
spective posts, without interference,
save by way of occasional taunts and
slurs that servo to break the monotony.
After a walk of about six miles from
one encampment to another, I succeeded
lu finding the 122 d P. V., and also
many friends and acquaintances from
Marietta and Lancaster county, who
spared no pains to make a sojourn of
twenty-four hours with them in regular
camp style, exceedingly agreeable.—
Part of which time was rendered still
more interesting by the grand prepara
tions being made in their division to re
ceive the President who had been visi
ting the troops for several days before.
On every high ground could be seen
the Star Spangled Banner proudly float
ing to the breeze—high above the heads
of its protectors as they stood in line,
with their polished bayonets glittering
in the san-light—together with the
white tents that dotted every hill and
slope—produced in all an effect, easier
imagined than described. About four
r. M, a train of horsemen was seen ad
vancing, which proved to be the Presi
dent, accompanied by Gen. Hooker
and staff, escorted by Rush's Lancers.—
The 122 d P. V. and 86th N. Y. V. were
drawn in lino, with Borden's Sharp
Shooters to the left ; as the President
approaehed in front of the line, the
command was given to present arms,
which was done as ho rode along a few
paces in the advance, while an honest
smile lighted up his care-worn counte
nance ; as he reached the end of the line
he was saluted with three cheers, fol
lowed by all the whoops and yells that
characterizes breaking ranks—making
the Old Dominion fairly howl.
I SSW some of the boys of the
ta company who report them is good
health, and in comfortable quarters ; in
fact the whole army (by what the sol
diers say themselves) is in a better con
dition than it was ever known to be;
having plenty of the necessaries of life,
not excepting good fresh bread and
beef. Having confidence in their Gen
eral, there seems to be nothing now
wanting but good-weather.
CAMP MCCULLOUGH, VA.,
April 6, 1863.
MR. EDITOR :—As you have ahead y
said in your paper that the health of
Company .11,—Captain Miller's-135th
P. V. has far exceeded that of any other
in the regiment, which was true, bat
since we arrived at this point, death has
laid his hand upon one of the most ro
bust of our companions and assigned
him to his long home. In his last hours,
although in delerium, his only talk was
of his home, his family and his aged pa.
At a meeting of the company, the
following committee was appointed to
draft resolutions expressive of the sen
timents of the company at the loss of
our companion-in -arms.
The following was read and unani
mously adopted :
Whereas, Almighty God, in his mys
terious providence, has taken away from
our company, Private Peter Sultzbaugh,
who had forsaken all the comforts of
home and friends to serve his country
in her straggle against rebellion,
Therefore, be it Resolved, that in the
death of our brother in arms, Peter
Sultzbaugh, we have lost a faithful com
panion and a noble soldier, and that we
greatly mourn his loss, and that we
deeply sympathise with his kindred at
home, bat especially with his widow and
his aged parents, who still have the
comforting assurance that his life was
sacrificed in a good and noble cause,
which shall, and must eventually, tri
umph over all its enemies.
Resolved, that a copy ,of these reso
lutions of oondole . m be forwatded to
his widow and parents, and be pub
lished in "The Mariettian."
Sergt. J. M. HANLEN, ALEX. SERGEANT
JOHN S. WEAVER, SAMUEL SCOTT,
ar On Thursday morning of last
week a fatal accident occurred nea r
Landisville, on the Harrisburg and
Pennsylvania railroad, which resulted
in the death of Mr. H. G. Herr, a far
mer living in that vicinity, As the fast
line, east, was approaching, some pigs
belonging to him were on the track, and
in his anxiety to drive them off, he was
caught and struck by the locomotive on
his left side, which knocked him from
the track into a fence corner, where he
was found dead. He was not mangled
or disfigured, only a little blood being
visible on one of his hands, the blow
from the bumper having caused death
from internal injuries, He leaves a wife
and six children to mourn his untimely
death. the distress of his wife upon re
ceiving the shocking intelligence was
heart-rending in the extreme, and for a
time it was feared her reason would be
'There was quite a spirited meet
ing of the Union League on Thursday
evening. The oath of allegiance was
administered - by Esquire .A user, to all
the members and quite a number signed
the Constitution. The Edwards & Sher
key minstrels, whose conduct was so un
becoming at Columbia, a few nights
since, had advertised two concerts in
our Town Hall ; the League took the
matter in hand and summarily disposed
of it, by sending a committee to wait
upon the chief burgess, and request him
to withhold the use of the hail, and if
they failed in this, a committee of dom
inion was to be raised to teach such
straggling negro vagabonds the cost of
outraging public sentiment by trying to
ridicule our country's cause. The com
mittee returned to the hall with the an
swer of the burgess that ho would not
grant them a license. We were glad to
find a law abiding course would answer,
but rather than have such a scene as
was had at Columbia, we would have
advised the throwing of the party—
"tocpth and nail"—from the hall.
ga. On the 4th of April, an unknown
colored man was found floating on the
Susquehanna River in themeighborhood
of Felix Sweigart's Tavern, known to
tho rivermen as "Pfeitz's Eddy," in Dru
more township, holding on a log, with
his head above water. He was taken
oat by some men, but died within an
hour afterwards, apparently in a fit..
or Our young friend and former towns
man, Henry L. Sultzbach, who has gone
into the Loather busines at 346 Dillwyn
street, Philadelphia, is home On a flying
SPECIAL NOTICE :—On and after JULY;ISt,
1863, the privilege of converting the present
issue Of LEGAL TENDER NOTES into the NA
TIONAL SIX PER-CENP LOAN (CODITGODIy call
ed "Five-Twenties")will cease.
All who wish to invest in the Five-Twenty
Loan must, therefore, apply before the first of
July next. JAY COOK,
No. 114 South TUIED street, Philadelphia.
a32.0_ .S - LrY - 1-) T Y -) er
411 Er 411110 411131, 110110 @MO c.
ATE have just opened a full assortment of
adapted to the present and approaching sea
son, which we are selling at a small advance.
OUR LINE OF FABRICS FOR
CANNOT BE SURPASSED,
it embraces everything
NEW, BEAUTIFUL AND DESIRABLE.
ALso, a well selected assortment of heavy,
- 40 Ike illus. ,
for full suits adapted to men and youth's wear.
A large stock of Hosiery and Gloves at
CHEAP DOMESTICS, Muslin% Tickings,
Osnaburgs, Checks, Ginghams, &c., &c., &c., at
least 20 per cent under the present city rates.
CARPETS AND WALL PAPERS
Ingrain and Rag Carpets ; 4000 pieces assorted
Buff Holland, Green Oil Cloth, Transparent
(of all shades) and Paper Blinds.
Colored and Grey Linen, Cotton and Woollen
Full Dinner and Tea Setts of the best makers
Sugars, Snaps, Fish, Salt, &c., at last Decem
ber prices. An early call is solicited.
SPANGLER Sr. PATTERSON,
No. 66 MARKET-ST. -
Marietta, April 18,1863.
T. C. FAIINESTOCK,
I ad"" stOteil-Elff DElgin",
RESPECTFULLY offers his professional
services to the citizens of Marietta and
vicinity, assuring them that all operations in
trusted to his care, either in Operative or Me
ch anieal Dentistry, will be executed in a tho
roughly scientific manner.
OFFICE On Main street, a few doors west
of the Post Office. [ro9-35-ly.
DR: WM. B. FAHNESTOCK,
OFFICE:—MAIN-ST., NEARLY OPPOSITE
Spangler & Patterson , s Store.
FROM 7 TO 8 A. M.
OFFICE HOURS. ". 1 To 2.
, P 6T07 r. if.
CON STANTLY on hand, Monongahela rec
tified Whiskey. H. D. Benjamin.
8 0/114M9 lOW celebrated•GlN,
R. D. DEN.l.4lllllr.j
medium and light
J. R. DIFFENBACH
HAS NOW OPEN ILLS USUAL AND/WELL ASSORT
ED STOCK OF
Together with other new styles of Dress
Goods of various names. His stock embraces
besides a full assortment of
Hankerchiefs, Shirt Fronts,
Spring Balmorals,Hoop Skirts,
White Emroidered Skirting,
A ;large portion of these goods having been
purchased before the recent advance in price,
will be sold at rates below the
PRESENT MARKET VALUE.
A general assortment of Spring and Summer
goods for Coats, Pants and Vests. ALSO, A
Lot of Ready-made Clothing,
which were bought before the "advance' , and
which will be sold at less than present whole
China, Glass and Queensware,
Looking Glasses, Carpeting,
Boots and Shoes, Window Shades,
Window and Wall Papers.
Choice White and Brown Sugars, Java and
Rio Coffee, Green and Black Tea, extra
Sugar-cured Hams, Ground Alum ,
Salt, Mackerel in 2 7 I and eighth
barrels„lo barrels New.lierring.
He also continues to keep on hand a large
supply of superior Wines, Brandies,Gins,
Schnidann Schnapps, Drake's Plantation Bit
ters, and a superior article of Old Rye, all of
which will be sold at the lowest market rates.
Marietta, April 4, 1863.
WINES & LIVORS.
WINES & LIQUORS,
Picot Building, Marietta, Pa.
TIEGS leave to inform the 'public that he
nwill continue the WINE & LIQUOR busi
ness, in all its branches. He 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 HAND.
A very surerior OLD RYE WHISKEY
ust received, which is warranted pnre.
E 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 lea'
S. S. RATHVON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At F.. 1. Kranzph's,Old Stand, on the Cor,
ner of North Queen and Orange •
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
GR ATEFUL to the Citizens of Marietta
and vicinity, for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended, the undersigned respect
fully solicits a continuance of the same; as
suring them, that under all circumstances, no
efforts will be spared in rendering a satisfactory
equivalent for every act of confidence reposed.
CLOTHS, CASSIMESES A N D VESTINGS, and
such other seasonable material as fashion and
the market furnishes, constantly kept on hand
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or style may suggest.
ALLSO,—READ Y-11Id DE CLOTHING,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Gooods
and such articles as usually belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
G EO: W. WORRALL,
Having removed to the Rooms formerly °ample(
by Dr. Sw,entzel, adjoining Spangler ¢ Pat
terson's Store, Market Street, where he is now
prepared to wait on all who may feel
1164v - 4-- disposed to patronize hitg.
Dentistry in all its branches car
ried on. TEETH inserted on the most approyed
principles, of Dental science. All operations
on the Mouth performed in a skillful and
workmanlike manner—on fair principles and
ON VERY REASONABLE 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
Kr Ether administered to proper persons
TO OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS.
Collection of Pensions, Bounties, Back
Pay, and War Claims.
O f ficers' Pay Rolls, Muster Rolls, and
Recruiting Accounts made out.
E undersigned, having been in the em
i ployment of the ITnited States during the
last eighteen months, as Clerk in the Muster
ing and Disbursing Office and Office of Super
intendent of Recruiting Service of Pennsylva
nia, respectfully informs the public that he has
opened an office in the Daily Telegraph Build
ing for the purpose of collecting Pensions,
Bounties, Back Pay and War Claims ; also,
making out Officers' Pay Rolls, Muster Rolls
and Recruiting Accounts.
All orders by mail attended to promptly.
SULLIVAN S. CHILD.
Harrisburg, Nov. 29, 1862. /8- ly
MARIETTA MARBLE YARD:
Michael Gable, Agt.,
MARBLE MASON AND STONE CUTTER,
Opposite the Town Hall Park,
THE Marble business in all its branches,
will be continued at tee 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.
Manetta, June 29,1861. 49-ly
EDITOR OF "THE MAR/ETTIAN."
Dear Sir :—With your permission I wish
to say to the readers of your paper thaf I will
send by return mail to all who wish it, (free)
a Recipe, with full directions for making and
using a simple Vegetable Balm, that will ef
fectually remove, in 10 days, Pimples, Blotch
es, Tan, Freckles, and all Irruptions of the
Skin, leaving the same scft, clear, smooth and
I will also mail free to those having Bald
Heads or Bare Faces,- simple directions and
information that will enable them to start a
full growth of Luxuriant flair, Whiskers, or a
Moustache, in less than 30 days. Alt appli
cations answered by return mail without
charge. Respectfully yours,
Taos. F. CHAPMAN,
No. 831 Broadway, New York.
OA General Assortment of all kinds of
BOILMKG HABDWARE, LOCKS,
Hinges, Screws, Bolts, Cellar Grates,
Oils, Glass and Putty, very cheap.
PATTERSON 86 CO..
'DEW one Of those heautifiuS O F TA
H42Bst exit/LA filMsitet-iit.
The Daily Evening Journal
anB the Nee s)ehioeirtilio T.egaa'
THESE Democratic papers, lately published
by Albert D. Boileau, (whose connection
therewith has entirely ceased,) are now pub
lished and edited by CHARLES N. PINE and
ALFRED E. LEWIS, and will, hereafter, be
conducted fearlessly, as ORGANS of THE GREAT
DEMOCRATIC PARTY. They will defend the
principles of the Constitution, rights of the
States, and the liberties of the people.
The EVENING JOURNAL is published every
afternoon, (Sundays excepted,) at $6 per an
num, or $3 for six months, parable in ad
vance. It contains spirited articles on the
political questions of the day, with all the cur=
rent news, Market and Stock reports, and all
such matter as is usually found in a Daily
The Weekly DEMOCRATIC LEADER, is a
large double-sheet paper, containing eight pa
ges, forty-eight columns of reading matter, and
is furnished at the following rates :
Single Copies, one year, $2 00
Two " as 3 50
Three " tc 5 00
Five " 8 00
Twenty " 4C 30 00
Thirty cc • cc 42 00
The Democrats of Pennsylvania, Maryland,
Delaware, and New Jersey, it is hoped. will
exert themselves to give the LEADEU a large
PINE & LEWIS,
No. 108 South Third St..
rt" Write for sample numbers, which will
be promptly printed, gratis.
T OBACC% AND SEGARS
AT THE OLD PRICES.
Sixes, Half Spanish,
Havana at 3, 4 and 5 cents,
Smoking Tobacca of the best brands,
Rose Bud, &c., &c.
We invite the lover of a good Segar to call
ar d examine our stock, for it is unquestionably
the best ever offered in Marietta.
We have the best
HAVANA AND YARA SEGARS
the Baltimore market affords,
and we are de
termined to give this branch of our business
CALL AT WOLFE'S
Marietta, March 23, 1863-limos'
M. ISHLER , S BITTERS.
An agency for the pale of
Nishlees Celebrated Herb Bitters,
has been established at
WOLFE'S VARIETY STORE,
where one bottle, or one hundred bottles can
be had. This medicine' has cured when all
others have failed. Look at the cards in the
Lancaster Express, of
John Gilman, A. Fairer's wife,
John W. Colvin Jack, Levi E. Rife,
Henry Cramer, E. F. Benedict,
John Weidman, John Hines,
Thomas Wallis,. Jay Cadwell r
J. T McCully, John Lemon,
tt.bsolem Fairer, and a host of others.
Marietta, March 23, 1863-a.
Pointer, Glazier and Paper Hanger,
OULD most respectfully inform the cit-
VV izens of Marietta and the public gener
ally that he is prepared to do
Paper Hanging, 6.c.,
At very short - notice and at prices to suit the
times. He can be found at his mother's resi
dence on the corner of Chesnut and Second
streets, a few doors below the M. E. Church,
and immediately opposite the old Oberlin
Coach Works. - [Aug. 3-ly.
A LEXANDER LYNDSAY, •
Boot and Shoe Manufacturer,
MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN.
Would most respectfully inform the citizens
of this Borough and neighborhood that be has
the largest assortment of City made work in
his line of business in this Borough, and be
ing a practical BOOT ANT) SHOE. MAKER
himself,is enabled to select with more judgment
than those who ate not. lie continues to man
ufacture in the very best manner everything
in the BOOT AND SHOE LINE, which he
will warrant for neatness and good fit.
ft:l—Call and examine his stock before pur
DP-w•H. BEANE having purchased Dr.
West's interest in the West & Roth Drug
business, an I having located in the Borough
of Marlette for the practice of his profession,
would respectfully oiler his professional servi
ces to toe public.
To TUE CITI2F.NS OF MARIETTA : I take
great pleasure in recommending Dr. TV3r.-H.
BEANE as a Physician in whom I have every
confidence, believing that he will give satis
faction to all who may employ him.
H. WEST, M. D
Marietta, November 8, 1862.
JITT ER'S Celebrated Truss, Surgical Ban
dages, Shoulder Braces, Instruments for
Deformit3 &c. These articles aro
very highly recommended by Profes
sors Pancoast and Gross of the Jefferson Med
ical College of Philadelphia, and the under
signed knows them to be the best articles, oI
the kind in use. F. Hinkle, M. D.
A fine assortment of Flavoring Extracts for
Cooking—something very nice.
Liquid Rennet for making delicious desserts.
Poncine, Honey and othe fine Soaps.
Frangipannie and other Extracts.
For sale by Da. H. LANDIS.
PURNETT'S Cocoaine.-- A compound of
Cocoa-nut Oil, &c., for dressing the Hair.
or efficacy and agreeableness, it is without
an equal. It prevents the hair from falling off.
It promotes its healthy and vigerous growth.
It is not greasy or sticky.
It leaves no disagreeable odor.
It softens the hair when hard and diy.
It soothes the irritated scalp skin.
It affords the richest lustre.
It remains longest in effect. For sale by
BEANE & CO,
WM. B. REDGRAVE,
Commission Lumber Merchant,
West Falls Avenue, Baltimore, Md.
ESPECTFULLY offers his services for the
Jasale of LITAIBER of every description.
From his knowledge of the business he feels
confident of being able to obtain the highest
market rates for everything entrusted to him.
IrikRIME GROCER FE S:—Rio, Java and
j Laguira Coffee.; Crashed, Pulverized and
Brown Sugar; Superior Green and Black Tea,
Rice, Cheese and Spices; Syrup and prime ba;
king Molasses; Excellent Pearl Barley at
.1. R. DIFFENBACIPS.
ivrEw CROP. New Orleans Molasses.
J This is the only kind of Molasses that
is good for Cake Baking.
SPANGLER & PATTERSON..
TAMILY COUGH SYRUP :—A Cough
Syrup, for children and adults has just
been put up at my store, winch should be in
evry family this cold weather. Da.' LANDIS.
A SUPERIOR COOK STOVE,
Very plain stylt each one warranted
to perform to the entire satisfaction of
PATTERSON & Co.
lIICKORY & Oak Wood, 50 Cords each
Hickory and Oak Wood. Orders must
e accompanied with tho cash when theywill
e promptly filled. Spangler & Patterson.
2ork SACKS OF SALT •
For-INge G 4 64 44:airealgichl.
T HE SOLDIER'S TRUE
FRIEND ALWAYS READY
sore told s'jfi 2; :lute, I , :istt , :cil and inflamed
feet, an these the - .,:Aura must endure,
Morrunrts, RESIE.7 , :R ER THIS, When your 0003
are grasping their muskets ld meet danger,
think what relief a single pet of this A L
HEALING & COOLING Salve will give to the
one you love when far away from home rimi
friends, It hardens and makes tough the feet
so that they can endure great fatigue. It
soothes and relieves the inflamed and sliirencd
joints, leaving them supple, strong and vigor
ous, while for SABRE CUTS and GUNSiZOT
WOUNDS it stands unequalled, removin4 and
preventing every vestige of infatuation and
gently drawing the edges together,lt
and completely heels the most frightful wound.
IeVITES AND SISTERS OP OUR VOLI.TNTEERS
You cannot put into the' Knapsacks of
your husbands and brothers, a more
valuable ormore necessary gift
than a supply of this
Extraordinary Military Salve.
The lonely sentry walkitag - , his roumis at
night, exposed to drenching rains and chilled
night air, is often seized with most vrf.:l-I:NT
PAINS, Cough and suffocating Hoarsonr;as,
first symptoms of quick consumption, but if
supplied with Holloway's Pills and Hollo
way's Ointment, all danger is averted,. a fev.-
Pills taken night andinorning, and the Oint
ment well rubbed tsce a day over the throat
and chest will remove the severest pains end
stop the most distressing or dangerous cough.
Therefore we say to the whole Army
SOLDIERS ATTENTION I
See to your own health, do not trust to the
Army supplies, although most valuable.—
These Pills and Ointment have been thorough
ly tested, they are the only remedies used in
the European Camps and Barracks, for ever
forty years Doctor Holloway has supplied all
the Armies in Europe, and during the Crimean
Campaign he established a depot at Balaclava,
for the exclusive sale of these Great Remedies.
many a time his special Agent there has sold
over a ton in weight of the Ointment in a sin
gle day. These terrible and fatal enemies of
SOLDIER IN CAMP,
Diarhea, Dysentery, Scurvy, Sores and 'Scrofu
lous Eruptions, all disappear like a charm be
fore these Pills and Ointment, and now while
the cry rings throughout the land,
TO ARMS !-TO ARMS!!
Do not let these brave men perish by disease,
place in their hands these Precious Remedies,
that will enable them to resist the dangerous
exposures, the Fevers, the Chills, and the
wounds which they cannot avoid, and what is
more, cannot frequently get succour in the
moment of need, whereas if our brave men
have only to put their hands into their Knap
sacks and find there a sure .1. medy for all the
casualties of the battle field. How many
thousands of lives would thus be saved who
would °awry-lee perish before relief cou'.l be
lIIIPORTAINi CAUTION!—None are genuine
unless the words "Holloway, New Yorle and
London," are disernible as a lVct;r-?nark• in
every leaf of the book of directions around
each pot and box; the same may be plainly
seen by holding the leaf to the light. A hand
some reward will be given to any ono render
log such info:Mallon as may lead to the de
tection of any party or parties Lounterfcizing
the medicines or vending the same, knoulilL:
them to be spurious.
•,•Sold at the Manufactory of Professor
HOLLOWAY, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and
by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in
Medicine, throughout the civilized world, in
boxes at 25 cents, 52 cents, and $1 each.
N.B.—Directions for the guidance of patients
lb every disorder are affixed to each box.
There is a considerable saving by taking
the larger sizes [ Dec. 20-ly
ti! Dealers in my well known medicines can
-have SHOW CA.RDS, CIRCULARS, &c., sent them,
FREE or EXPENSE, by addressing
80 Maiden Lane, New-York.
Howard Association, PHILADELPHIA.
For Me _Relief of the Sick and Distressed
aillicte4 with Virulent and Chronic Diseases,
and especially fur the Cure of Diseases of
the Sexual Organs.
MEDICAL ADVICE given gratiu, by the
Valuable Reports on Spermaterrhcsa, or
ceminal Weakness '
and other Diseases of ill::
Sexual Organs, and on the New .Remedies em
ployed in the Dispensary, sent to the afflicted
in Sealed letter envelopes, free of charge.—
Two or three Stamps for postage will De ac
Address, DR. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON.
Acting Surgeon, Howard Associatidn, No. 2
South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. •
ViT t l m L lsi C ol o l
s X te , e 7 Qp C r e l l n e o, bra ii t e e l d et l o m n p s e k rl i a t l ,
self-adjustible Bustle. The latest and best iu
use, just received at
and will be sold at considerable below the
A FRESII SurrLir OF
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns
of evely patern,
suitable for the Parlor, th
kitchen and the Chamber ; Hanging and Sie.3
Lamps for Halls, Churches, Stores and Office;.
,Having purchased them from the manufact,:-
rers in large quantities at the lowest cash rate
we can sell them much under the usual retui.
prices, although every other description n 1
goods are advancing.
PATTERSON 4• CO
H. L. & E. T. ZAIIM
:, R ESPECTFULLY -
414 friends and the public that ti.e:-
, 75 ,, still continue the WATUH, CLOC2,
Nn JEWELRY business at the ol
stand, North-west Corner of No:';:
Queen street and Center Square, Lancaster,
A full assortment of goods in our line of bur .-
ness always on hand and for sale at the toty-.
cash rates. A 3 Repairing attended to
sonalty by the proprietors.
THE American Watches are arnong the
timekeepers now in use, and for durahii.,.. -
strength and simplicity far- surpass any ot.L.
watch made in the world.
H. L. 1¢ E. J. ZA
Corner of North Queem-st., and Centre Squar , .
Lancaster, Pa., have them for sale at the nri
lowest rates—every watch accompanied _t -
the manufacturers guarrantee to ensure its viA •
J. R. DIFFENBACII having laid in a very
serviceable stock of strong and well-n ad:3
such asToats, Pants and Vests, which trill 1-
sold at a lower figure than can be bought aro:
where else. Come and bear the prices.
ir t AN lEL G. BAKER,
ATTORNEY AT LA TV,
OFFICE :—No. 24 NORTH DUKE STRII.r
-opposite the Court House, where he
tend to the practice of his profession in ail
various branches. 1 - Nov.4, '59.-ly
HTTA. PERCHA BLACKING—wi ,
%Ur brushing : For Boots Shoes, Harm= Carriages, and Military Leather WorL,
gives the leather a polish like patent lec .
makes it water proof, does not stain the c.
est article of dress and need not be applie,l
tener than two or three times a month.
For sale at Dr. Landis' Drug Store.
INP. AND LIQUORS.
Superior Old Brandy, Old Rye ,
Rolland Gin, Old Maderia, Lisbon, Sherry r
Pittsburg , Whiskey always on hand at th ,,
lowest market prices. Very Fine .firandy at
a very low figure.
J. R. DIFFENBACLI. Market-st.
ORDERS for HICKORY OAK WOOL
peleceived at the cheap store et-
J. R. ar-PRIVBACIL