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SATI7.RDAY, .313 LY 18, 1863,
gar The following circular was issued
from the War Department. To answer
inquiries made at- this office, it is an-
First—Any .a rafted person paying
$3OO, under section 13 of the Enrolment
act, is thereby exempt from any further
liability under that draft, but not from
:,asyy subsequent draft.
Second—Any drafted - person furnish-
Dig . an acceptable substitute is exempt
from military service for the period for
- which said substitute is mustered into
- the service.
Third-4 substitute once mustered
into the service, cannot, be draaed while
in the service.
`Fourth—A drafted man cannot pay
commutation money or present a sub
stitute after he has reported himself to
.the board of enrolment for examination.
Fifth— Men who, on the third of
March, 1863, were in the military ser
vice of the United States as substitutes
under the draft of 1862, and whose
terms of service has since expired, are
not liable to the present draft, but the
persons for whom they were substitutes
are liable to draft the same as though
they had not been drafted and furnished
substitutes under the draft of last year.
Sixth—ln serving the notice as re
quired by circular No. 42, from this of
fice, a reasonable time to report shall
'he granted by tlifißoard of Enrolment
to the men in the State service who
have been or may be drafted.
JAMES B. FRY,
Provost Marshal General.
gar Capt. Belcher, of a Maine regi
ment, taken prisoner by the rebels at
Gettysburg, has escaped from them.—
Ile says the rebels only retreated four
-miles during Saturday ; thatlhey were
not demoralized or in disorder, but ac
-Iknowledged that they were badly
whipped. The rebels took 4,000 Union
prisoners, whom Capt. B. saw in the
'rear of the rebel army. The rebels say
'Lee was compelled to Sght Meade in a
'bad location, and when he gives the yan
-kees battle again he will certainly be
victorious. They estimate their killed
•and wounded at 20,000.
Or The exaCt number of prisoaers
taken by Grant at Vicksburg is 32,277
.and fourteen generals, and when we
call to mind the large amount of artil
lery and small arms taken, also-200
cannon and 66,000 stand of small arms
—this capture transcends in magnitude
any yet .made during the war, .and is a
.crushing klow,to the rebellion.
A. correspondent of the New Bedford
Mercury, attached to the Massachusetts
'33l;writinrafter the battle of Gettys
burg; says that our men were granted
'permission to take the shoes from the
'feet' of the dead rebels, as they appeared
to'be new and but little worn, probably
some that they had confiscated since
-they entered - the State —very accepta
,bla articles to our men, :many of whom
had marched over fifty miles barefooted.
The Dubuque (Iowa) Times publishes
the 'following : • "On the 28th of June a
gentleman residing in Galena, a warrn
personal friend of General Grant, re
'teived a letter from the commander of
the troops before Vicksburg, in which
Was "entlosed an invitation to a dinner
to be given on the fourth day of July,
1863, at 3P, M., by U. S. Grant. The
Galena gentleman is willing to stake
his fortune that Grant dined in _Vicks
burg at the time appointed.'Y
. .on-the Bth instant, Gen. Grant -finish
ed paroling reb prisoners at Vicksburg.
They.number 32,277. The general offi
cers captured include Generals Pem
berton, Stevenson, Forney,- Ta.ylor, Lee,
I Stritth, Herbert, 'Cummings, Bar-ton,
Sharp i Harris, Moore, .Baldivin and
The order issued some time since
by Major General HaDeck, forbidding
officers of the army to remair. in Wash
ington withait'special leave, was put in
irigiiious force on Monday, and resulted
in the arrest of some general officers of
(listinction, including Generals Hooker
All \ direct communication baween
Richmond and General Lee's army has
leen cut, and a large number of troops
in and about Richmond, that 'Would
otherwise have gone to reinforce him,
hrivoi been d'etained.
The Philadelphia Daily North Ameri.
of n one of the most conservative, care.
Andireliable in its statements, says,
"liewinderstand _that Lee's retreat was
tvcoMplete root and that the spirit of
hilltatthyls utterly broken."
The latest Richmond papers received
pay high- complimauts to Gen. Lee For
I9iWbl+illlant 7 vitteries In Pennsylvania,
chttisiotittfetytkiiug - going on well at
Vicksburg. Jeflicoegsinsite behlud. •
INTIUMANITY OF _THE REBEL SURGEONS.
—The in - famy and cowardice of the re
bel Surgeons in deserting the men of
their army wounded at the battle of
Gettysburg is without parallel in the
war. In every battle in which fortune
has been adverse to our arms, and cur
wounded have been temporarily left
within the rebel lines, the brave and
self-denying Surgeons of the regiments
have either remained with the fallen, or
have immediately applied for passes
within the rebel lines that they might
be cared for. But the rebels left lying
on the field many thousand of their
wounded—Dr. Vellum reports the num
ber at ten thousand—and left - with them
neither Surgeons, stores nor nurses, but
literally abandoned them to their fate.
These men complained bitterly of the
cruelty of their Surgeons in thus forsak
ing them, but bore up , pationtly under
their sufferings for many days until they
could be attended to by some of our
own Surgeons, most of whom had at
once to hasten forward with - their own
regiments to other fields. Up to Thurs
day of last week, six days after the close
of the contest, there were hundreds of
the rebel wounded not then reached,
and hundreds of them it had been found
impossible even to cover, and that they
lay.in the woods with broken limbs and
torn bodies, drenched in the rain, some
having even been drowned in the floods
which rose around them. Of course
everthing possible ',l as being done- for
them, and doctors, wound-dressers and
nurses were arriving
'GENERAL StcLas.--Gen.- Sickles, , his
friends will be gratified to learn, is do
ing well. After receiving his wound
and undergoing amputation, he was con
veyed to Washington by a crooked
route, to avoid the enemy. /It one
house in Pennsylvania the wounded man
was obliged to .pay five dollars for a
night's stay. After his arrival at Wash.
ington he showed symptoms of exhaus
tion, which gave rise to apprehensions ;
a message was sent to Mrs. Sickles to
repair thither, which has since been
countermanded. General Hooker paid
him a visit, and he was admitted ; the
two grasped each other's hands, neither
,them saying a word. Tears rolled
down the cheeks of the iron -hearted,
veteran, and he turned away. Messrs.
Lincoln and Hamlin also called, as is
generally known. According .to present
indications it will not be many months
before Gen. Sickles will again be in the
saddle. Ilia surgeon has declined prof
fered assistance, because of the im
proved condition of the patient; and
application has already been made for
a Palmer's patent leg, to replace, as
early as can be:permitted, the limb lost
Gr The rebel wounded, at Gettys
burg freely admit that Lee's forces Were
terribly defeated. Not a few, especial•
ly from North Carolina, express a de
sire not to go into the rebel service
again. One soldier from the Old North
State followed Senator Wilkinson half
a mile to tell:laiin that he, with his fel
lows, had been impressed into the ser
vice, and that the old flag of the Union
was dear to him yet. No man is so ig
norant as not to know that the rebel
money is utterly worthless, and they
would discard it altogether, did not the
rebel laws compel them to use it.
ter Perhaps the intelligence which
will prove most interesting to the-pub
lic is the success of the combined at
tack on Morris Island, the flanking de
fences of Charleston Harbor, and the
capture of all the batteries located there
except Fort Wagner, the rebels losing
between 700 and 800 men in the action,
This battle commenced on Friday morn
ing, and still continued when the ac
counts closed on Sunday, with every
prospect of the speedy capture of Fort
Wagner. Five Monitors are engaged.
cEr The Brigade Regulars attached
to 'the Fifth COrps, suffered severely in
the late fight at Gettysburg. It went
into action with 80 officers and 835 men,
and lost 36 officers and 472 men killed
and wounded. Cone of its regiments,
the 11th, welt into the fight with 244
men, of whom 117 privates_ and officers
were killed or wounded. This regiment
has been in every fight, from those du
ring McClellan's seven days' retreet, to
otw The editor of the Gettysburg
Compiler, a Democratic paper,'haa,been
sent to Fort McHenry. It appears
that Mrs. Buehler, the wife of the post
master, bad secreted a number of Union
soldiers in her. house, some of whom
were wounded. Upon the reoccupation
of the town'by the rebels the , aforesaid.
editor disclosed the fact to one of their
officers, and at the same time designa
ted points where ands and liquor r could
to - Vicksburg surrendered on the.
4fith day of the siege. It was defended
with great bravery and•much skill, and
Pemberton comes out defeated, but
with a better reputation than be had
before, while Grant. wins a victory—the'
fifteenth be has gained, without suffer
ing one defeat.
ir-• General Grant - has been commis
sioned" a -major general_ in the regular
army, and General 'Meade a .brigadirii ,
in the same servide; • '
AIA.I-11.1-11TTIA:N.e`c - e-
Cr A dispatch from Vicksburg dated
July Sth, says that sixty-six thousand
stand of small arms had been found,
mainly in good condition, and more
were being constantly discovered. They
were co - acealed in caves as well as in
all sorts of buildings.
The siege and sea coast guns found
exceed ^ixty, and the whole captured
artillery is above two hundred pieces.
The stock of rebel ammunition also
proves to be surprisingly heavy.
The stock of army clothing is official
ly invoiced at five million dollars Con
Of sugar, molasses and salt, there is
a large quantity.: Sixty thousand
pounds of bacon were found at one
am Lee has escaped to the Virginia
side of the Potomac. The rebel gener
al Pettigrew 77as killed whi!e his corps
was attempting to cross. When Gen.
Meade learned that Lee was about to
cross at Falling Waters, he called to
gether his Corps Commanders and a
council of war was held to decide upon
an attack ; his generals were equally
divided as to the policy of attack, Gen
eral Meade himself was in favor of ac
tive operations,. but Ending his corps
commanders equally divided; he hesita
ted to give the order, and the rebel army
was allowed to make their escape. The
loss since its move into this state, is set
down by knowing ones at 33,000.
tar• Volunteers Attention !—For the
derangements of the system incidental
to the change of diet, wounds, eruptions,
and exposures which every volunteer is
liable to, there are no remedies so safe,
convenient, and reliable as Holloway's
Pills and Ointment. Only 25 cents per
box or pot. 209.
10 - Gen. Banks captured Port Bud
son on the sth, and with it 18,000 pris
oners, this news may almost be said to
indicate the collapse of the rebellion in
YALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY AT
TN PURSUANCE of directions ccsitained in
the last will and testament of Jacob Han
len, late of the borough of Marietta, Lancas
ter county, deceased, the undersigned will sell
at public sale, on
Saturday, August 8, 1803,
At Fttiik's Cross Keys Tavern, Marietta,
THE TOL] OWING DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE
A LOT, OR PIECE OF GROUND,
In the borough of Marietta, bounded on the
north by Second street, on the east by property
of A. N.
,Cassel, on the west by property of
George Sander, on the south by Sugar alley,
being parts of lots numbered in 1.1:t1t: par: of
Marietta formerly called New ,Haven,.by Nos.
Sixty-five, Sixty-six, Sixty-seven and Sixty
eight, with a.
FRAME DWELLING lIOUS.
Fronting on Second street, a Frame Shop, ice
cellar below, and a
mg TWO-STORY BRICK
'at DWELLING ROUSE,
WITH WELL ICV.A.R THE BACR DOOR,
Fronting on Locust street, s Cooper Shop, near
the same, Frame Stable, another well of water
near the middle of the lot,
s a l e to commence at 7 o'clock in the eve
ning on said day, when . attendance will be
given and terma made known by the under
sig,ned. ,::013 HA N.L ELV,
. administrator with tiz. Will annexed.
'arietta, July 12, 1563.
A , LEXANDER LYNDSAY,
Loot mid 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 blisiness in this Borough, and be
ing a practical BOOT ti: ND SHOE MAKER
enables to select with more judgment
than those who are not. He continues to man
,in the yery best manlier everyoing
in the itOOT'AND S.IIOE LINE, whicli he
will 'wail-tint for neatness and good fit.
and examine his stock. before pur
chasing elsewhere: "
Black 'Hawk Iron- Ore, Washer.
undersigned having just completed new
paterns for the manufacture of the eele-•
brated Black Hawk Iron Ore Washer. He
has removed severed objections to the old pat
ern, and now feels certain of being able to
wash one-third more iron ore per day, and
much cleaner. Machines manufactured .and
put up any Where desired at the shortest no
tice, and the Working of the machine guarrari
teed. He can refer, by permission, to Col.
James Myers, of Donegal Furnace, Marietta,
and to James L. Shultz; - F.sq., adjoining Mari
etta. Add ress
Marietta, Lancaster C0.,..Pa
Maiietta, May 21, 1853.
,READ Y- MADE PLOTHING!!
Having just ieturned from the city with
a nicely selected lot of Ready-made Clothing,
which the u,ndersiguedis prepared to furnish at
reduced pricest . havinglaid in a general assort=
went of men and boys' clothing, 'which- he is
deter': ined to sell LOW, FOR CASH.. Hisstock
CODSiStS Of OVER-COATS, DRESS, FROCK AND
SACK COATS, PANTS, VESTS, PEAJACKETS,
ROUNDBOUTS, (knit) OVERHAULS, CRAVATS,
DRAWERS, SHIRTS,'HOISERY, 'UNDERSHIRTS,
GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, &c. Everything in the
Furnishing Goods line. Call and examine be
fore purchasing elsewhere. Everything sold at
prices to , suit the times. JOHN BELL.,
Corner of Elbow .Lane and Market St
next door, to 'Cassel's Store
111 ITT if A'S Celebrated Truss, Surgical Bari
_Et dages, Shoulder. Braces,lnstruments for
Detormit.), &c. These articles aro
very highly recommended by Piofes-
SOrS PEL4COaSt and Gross of the Jefferson Med
ical College of Philadelphia, and the under
signed' knows them to be the best articles`, ol
the kind in use. F. Hinkle, 1W..8. •
A fine assortment of Flavoring Extracts for
Cookinsometking very nice.
Liquid Rennet for malrinKdelicious desserts.
Poncine, Honey and °the An Soaps. .
Frangipannie am' other Extracts.
For sale by Dn. H. LANDIS.
C HEAP LAMPS.
Ii V.ttEstx Surrty
.Coal Oil Lamps awl - Lanterns
0' eves)patern ' suitable for the Parlor,
An. itche and the Chamber; Hanging and Side
tarrips for Halls, Churches, Stores and °laces.
Having purchased them from the manufactu
rers in large (li/entities at the lowest cash rates,
we can sell thein much under the usual retail
prices, although every other description of:
goods are advancing.
CRO/4 AND ArEWIIIV,GLAND RUM
1, for culinary purposes, warranted genuine
STIMULATING ONGU ENT, OR
FRENCH CREAM ! ! !
For Bald Heads and Bare Faces! ! !
This celebrated article is warranted to bring
out a full set of Whiskers on the smoothest
face, or a, fine glowth of hair on a Bald head,
in less than six weeks, and will in no way in
jure or stain the skin. The French Cream is
manufactured by Dr. M. Pelatreaus, of Paris,
and is the only reliable article of the kind.—
"Use no other." Warranted in every ease.—
One Box will do the work. Price $l.OO. Im
ported and for sale Wholesale and Retail by
THOS. P. CHAPMAN,
Chemist and Druggist,
831 Broadway, New York.
P. S. A box of the Onguent will be sent to
any address by return mail, on receipt of price,
and 15 cents for Postarre.
JOIIN BELL, Merchant Tailor,
Cor. of Market-st., and Elbow Lane, Marietta
RATEFILL for past favors I: would rettur
Vimy thanks to my numerous friends and pa
trons and inform them that I still continue the
old business at the old stand, where I will be
pleased to see them at all times, and having a
rill and splendid assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES VESTIVGS,
which will be made up to order at the shortest
notice by the best 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.. [9ct.29-'56.
WATCILES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
•••••••-. ....... .....
• IL - L..& E. J. ZAHISI
ESPECTFULLY inform their
lafriends and the public that they
still continue the WATCH, CL OCK
a ND JEWELRY business at the old
4_stand,. North-west Corner of North
Queerilitreet and Center Square, Lancaster, Pa.
A full zissortment of goods in our line .of -busi
ness a] - vays en hand soil for sale at the lowest
cash ratcs. rrk- Repairing - attended to per
sonally by the proprietors. ,
Lancaster, January 1,1859. -
The American_ Watehos.
r IHE American Watches are among the best
timekeepers now in use, and for durability
strength and simplicity far surpass ny .. other
we.teh made in the world.
.71. L. Z A 11111
Corner of NOrth queeil-st., and Centre Square
Lancaster, Pa., have them for sale at the yen
Cowes: rates—every watch accompanied with
the manufacturers guarruntee to ensure its gen
uineness. _ .
pLAt ED WARE A Large and line stock
of Plated ware at H. L. & R. J. ZAI-11V3.
Corner of North Queen street -& Center Square
Lancaster, Pa. Tea Setts, in variety, Cabe
Urns. Pitchets, Goblets, Sett Stands, Cake
Baskets, Card Baskets, Spoons, Forks, _Knives,
Casters, &c., &c., at manufacturers maces.
AErL G attended to at moderate rates
1,1C2 [JAL or REGUL ti.R TIMEKEEPERS
can be had a H. .E. J. ZAHIII, Cox
North Queen-ct., and Center Square, Lancas
ter, Pa., in the shape of Equilibrium levers—
the brat article of Swiss levers now iu the mar
kct. They aro lower in price than any watch
of equal q utility and iust as true for tinte kezping
MI:Mt:V.—A large and selected stock of
fine jewelry of the latest patterns from the
hest factorie3 in the country con be found at
11. L. & E. J. ZAHAPS.
Cot'. North Queen at. and Centre Square, Lan
caster, P. Our prices are moderate and all
goods warranted to be as represented.
CAPECTACLES to suit till who
can be widad. with glas:as,
lya bought H. L. 4 - E. J. Z.4/DI'S, Cor
ner of North Queen-st., and Center Square,
Lancaster. New glasses refitted in old frames,
at short notice. [v6 -Iy.
V.copLes: Aat anb . Cap..Stor_e
_ 1:54111 - 11,
No. 20 N. QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER.
TTAVE now completed their agortrnent
HATS AND - CAPS.
AB'D ARE ENABLED TO OFFER
Many new and elegant styles,
Manufactured in the best ?harmer, including- all
THE POPULAR STYLES
wlncH NOW YII.EVAIL IN Pi. RI 4,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
ItE/VrE,AIBER, THE PLACE,
Li a tt er ,,, Qaeen _ 2t., Lancaster.
DR. J.. Z. ii:OFFER,
OF THE BAI..TEMOIIE COLLZ" ." 'E
•ta aim OF DENTIL SURGERY,
LATE. OF HARRI.SBURG.
FFICE:—Front street,. nest doer-to R.
Williams' Drug Stoll!, between Lonot
anti Walnut streets, Columbia.
1011RNETT'S Cocoaine. A compound of
Cocoa-nut Oil, &m.,•foidreSsing the Hair.
For efficacy and, agreeableness, it is without
an equal. It prevents the hair from falling off.
It promotes its healthy and vigerouSgrowth.
Itismot greasy or, sticky. ,
It leaves no disagreeable odor.
It softens the hair when' hafil'ind dry.
It,soothes the irritated scalp skin.
It affords the richest lustre.
It remains limgest in ell' cl. For sale by
• DEANE & CO.
VITIN.E: AND LIQUORS.
VV' Superior Old Brandy, Old Rye Whiskey,
Holland Gin, Old Maderia, Lisbon, Sherry and
PittibUrg: Whiskey always on 'hand at the
lowest market pricee. Very Fine ,Brandy.fit
a very low. figure
s J. 'R. DIFFE ltrarliet-st
UTTA _PERCH9. BLACILIN--withoat
. kfr, 'brushing:. -For Boots, "Harness,
- and -Military Leather Mork. It
gives thleatilar a polish like patent loather
makei it ivater proof;does Mot stain the whit
est article of dress and need not be applied of
tester than,two or three times a month..
For sale at Dr. Landis' Drug Store.
`UST I. LC OX' S Celebrated linperial
VV tension Steel Spring Skeleton Skirt ; with
self-adjustible Bustle, The latest and best in
use, just received at
and will be bold. at considerable below the
100 REWARD. The Town ,Council
of the Borough of Marietta offer
a Reward of One Bundred Dollars for the ar:
rest and conviction of the perpetrator of .the
murder of Charles A.,l.3jady.
4:II(TEL BPPLE, SR.,
TIHI-10TOGICAPII }Abs .
A ,one assortment of .Phitograph
ranging in price from 76 cents to Five Dollars.
For safe at DELLAVER'S Photo; raph Gai
ety, IllarlgetstreetiMirietta .
VVANILLA BEANS.tre have just re
ceived a very superior lot of VAISILLA.
BEarrs, new crop just imported, which we
offer for sale at a fair Price.
CHAMPAGNE and other Table Winesi
gearranteed to be pure, and sold.as low as
can be bought in Philadelphia or New-York.
H. D. RENSAMIN Picot Building.
... . . ...
MI-IF., Largest and best assortment of Fancy
1 . Cloth & Cassimeres and vesting ever offered
in this market and w,ill be, sold at PrireeNlileh
„defy competition - by ./". R. Diffenbath; '
R ANDIES—aII brands—warranted
H. D. Berrirnart.
TrHE SOLDIER'S TRUE
FRIEND ALWAYS READY
lioLLowAv's Orsrmercr.—Long marches,
sore and stiff joints, blistered and inflamed
feet, all these the Soldiers must endure,
MOTHERS, REMEMEER Tuts, when your sons
arc grasping their muskets to meet danger,
think what relief a single pot of this A L L
HEALING fk COOLING Salve will give to the
one you love whey. far away from home and
friends. It hardens and makes tough the feet
so that they can endure great fatigue. It
soothes and relieves the inflamed and stiffened
joints, leaving them supple, strong and vigor
ous, white for SARRE CUTS an d GUNSHOT
WOUNDS it stands unequalled, removing and
preventing e , 'ery vestige of inflamation and
gently drawing the edges together, it quickly
and completely heals the most frightful wound.
WITES AND SISTERS OF oust VOLUNTEERS
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 - walking his rounds of
night, exposed to drenching rains and chilled
night air, is often seized with most VIOLENT
PAINS, Cough and suffocating Hoarseness,
first symptoms of quick consumption, but if
supplied with Holloway's Pills and Hollo
way's Ointment, all danger is averted, a few
Pills taken night and morning, and the Oint
ment well robbed twice a day over the throat
and chest will remove the severest pains and
stop the most distressing or dangerous cough.
Therefore we say to the whole Army
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 over
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 Oietaient in a sin
gle day. These terrible and fatal enemies of
SOLDIER. IN CAMP,
Dierhen, _Dysentery, Scurvy, Sores and Scrofu
lous Erupttons, all disappear like a charm be
fore these Pills and Otnbnewt, ancl-now while
the cry rings throughout the land.,
TO ARMS L--.TO ARMS ! t
Do not let these brave men perishby diseases
plsce in their hands these Precious Remedzess
that enable them to resist the dangerous
exposures, the Fevers, the Chills, and the
wounds Odell they cannot avOid, and what is
more, cannot frequently get succour in the
moment of need, whereas ii our brave men
have only' toput their hands into their Knap
sacks and find there a safe remedy for ail the
casualties of the battle field. How many
thousands of lives would thus he saved who
would otherwise-perish before relief could be
IMPORTANT CATITION I—None are genuine
unless the words 'Holloway,, New York and
London," are disernible as a Water-mark 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 ‘,yill be given to any one render
ing such information as may lead to the de
tection of any party or parties Lounterfeiting
the medicines or vending -the same, knowing
them to be spurious.
* * *Sold at the Manufactory of Professor
HoLtowAy, ;30 Maiden Lane, New York, and
by all respectable -Druggists and Dealers in
Medicine, throughout the civilized world, in
boxes at 26 cents, 6,2 cents, and I each.
N.B.—Directiens for the guidance of patients
th every disorder are arlixea to each box.
There is a considerable saving by taking
the larger sizes. [Dec. 20-1 y
Dealers in my well known medicines can
have Snow CARDS, CIRCULARS, Se., sent them,
FREE or .t.x.r.r.r;sE, by addressing
80 Maiden Lane, New-York.
1 1HE COLUMBIA
Of Colitm6ia, Lancaster County, Penn'a
Ties Company continues to insure Buildings
MerellatlEliSC, and OTHER . property, egains
loss and damage by tire, on: the mutant plan
either for a cash premium of premium note
The barge and ineseasiug capital of the Com
pany, consisting of premium notes given
by its - menibers_ and based upon
, 475,78-D f
, INSURED ON TILE iIIUTUAL PLAN,
Affords a reliable guarrantee equal to ten
times the average loss on the amount insured ;
and the Directors pledge themselves to deal as
liberally with those who may sustain boss or
damage as the case admit of, consistent
with justice to nil patties concerned.
ANOUIXT of PR UNI NOTES, $133 049 a,
Balance - of Cash premiums uti-
exp,?nded, Janhary Ist, 1862, SIAS 57
Cash ;eceipt•s during the year
Cash receipts in j.anu--:Ti I kb 3 ) b 95
Losses and expenses paid dti.!'ing tfid
year 1864, 6 ; 3:.`4 73
Balance anexpemled, Feb'y 2, 1563, 3,016 I
- $9,845 84
'A. S. GREEN, PRESIDENT,
GEORGE YOUNG, Jr., Secretary.
MJCHAEL S. SH UMAN, Treasurer.
Robert T. ROA, Abraham Brkiner, Sr.,
John Fendrich, H. G.
S'aneuel F. Eoellein, Michael S. Shuman,
Ephraim Hershey,- Michael H. Moore,
George Young, Jr., Kidiolas Mc Donald.
REFERENCES :—The• following persons are
all members.of this Company:
Bainbridge—R. H Jones. John H. Smith,
Joseph Entz. Columbia—Geo. Boec, Hiram
,P. S. Mop: Casper. Yeager, H. C.
Fondersmith, JohnSfienberger, J. G. Pollock,
Frank Shillot, John -Gaus, J. J. & P. S. Mc-
Tague, Shuman, Williams,
John Cooper, Geo. W. [leis?, Washington
Righter; Samuel Shoch, Robert Hamilton,
Eckert & Myers, 'Thomas Welsh, Win. A.
Martin, Casper Seibert, J. W, Cottrell, Philip
Huebner, Ephraim Hershey, Philip Schalck,
David Hanauer, John Kramer, Jacob Stacks,
Jacob Striae, Benj, F. Appold, Wm. Whipper,
John Q. Denney; John Felix, Silvester,
Samuel Arms, A. Gray & Co. East Hemyfielit
—Simon Minich. .Falmouth --Abraham
Samuel Horst, Michael Hess., Laneas.
ter—John Rankin, B. A. Shaeffer, Henry E.
Leman, Win. T. Cooper, John Sheaffer, Geo.
Reese. Martietta—Geo. W. Mehafley, John
11. * Summy, Frederick MaMing, E. D. Roath,
Calvin A. Schaffner,John Naylor, Samuel
Hopkins, Martin Hilebrandt, H. & F. Fletch
er. JFlount Joy—Jacob Myers, Israel Barn
hart, Michael Brandt, John Breneman.—
Mazikaim—John. Hosteter; J, E. Cross, Sam'l.
Long, Geo. Weaver, John M. Dunlap, J'lsn
Hutt, Philip Arnt, Jacob H. Kline, David
Fisher. Maytoten--,Hiram Beatty, George B.
Murray, Samuel Pence, Sinion F. Albright.—
illoutitville—A. S. Bowers. Manor Township
—Jacob B. Shuman,, Christian Miller, Julius
L. Shuman. Penn Townshii—Daniel Frey,
Henry B. Becker, Henry Neff, John E. Bren
ner. Rapho Township—Christian Greider,
Edward. Givens;' Witman.' West
llettap field Township -1L E. ;Wolf, B. A. Price,
M. A. Reid, J. H. Strickler, Amos S. Bowers,
Jacob Ildffinin. Wahvielc Township— Daniel
41— ... r The company
.wish to appoint an . Agent
for each - Township Lancaster County.—
Persoos wishing to take the AgeLey can apply
person or by letter. t rpB-33
WM. B. REDGRAVE,
Commission _Lumber Merchant,
West Falls Avenue, Baltimore, Md.
n ESPE ULLY offers nis services for the
"Vale of L n ri of every description.
krom hig kffowledge of the business he feels
confident of, being, able Jo, finSain the iiighe4;
market rates for everything entrusted to hiai.
R lit) FRUITpoi, isellhv_.elleap-jit
DIFFEINVA:II S S. '
4imor 6311, 01101) .11010
Avr have just
ec ir D l full assortment of
adapted to the present and approaching sea
son, which we are selling at a s mall advance.
OUR LINE OF FABRICS FOR
CANNOT BE SURPASSED,
it embraces everything
NEW, BEAUTIFUL AND DESIRABLE.
ALso, a well selected assortment of heavy,
medium and light
2 00 •D'S-414.7,5,
for full suits adapted to men and youth's wear..
A large stock of Hosiery and Gloves at
CHEAP DOMESTICS, Musling„Tickings,
Osnaburga, Checks, Ginghams, &c., &c., gm., at
least 20 per cent under the present city rates.
CARPETS AND WALL PAPERS
Ingrain and Rag Carpets ; 4000 pieces &alerted
Buff ifolland, Green Oil (loth, Transparent.
(of all shades) and Paper Blinds.
Colored and Grey Linen, COtton and Woollen
Full Dinner and Tea' Setts of the best makers
Sugars, Syrups, Fish, Salt, Sc., at last Decem—
ber prices. An early call is solicited.
SPA ?TOLER & PATTERSON,.
No. 66 MARKET-ST;
SALISBURY, BROTHERS CO.,
ma 67 Iliellbosef-,FI-.,
Or , e..ttitienre,
EINE OF THE firdST i-XTENSIVE.
Ma la - el_fa,c torieE•
JN THE EA.NTLRN STATES,.
Deg leave to call the attention of the com
raunit; generolly to the very •
surprising cheap rate
at which they
ARE OFFERING THEIR GOODS! -
Far surpass eng both Foreign and Dowstic
Manufactures in point of elegance and
FOR INS; VAN CE :
For FIFTEEN DEILLA Rs, we forward, nicely
carded and packed in good order, the following
enormous Ruahtity of Jewelry . , equal in finish.
to any - plated gold, and not to be recognized
from gold only by the trying- of acid,
Four set Enamel Vest Chains; 2 pla tr FAR—
entine Pins; 4 Ear Rings to march ; Two
Twit-Wire Pins ; 4 Ear Rings to
match ; 2 Plain Pins ; 4 Ear-rings
to match ; 25 Ladies' Rings,
Double-INeart, and a va
riety of paterns; 50
5 Scarf Pins,
PL .A lii
Imitation Coral; 2 Double-rlass Lockets, erg:
gine turned ; 6 Box and Glass Pins for portrait
or hair; 72 assorted Locket, Heart and Shell
Charms, and •si Band Biacelets--
ALL FOR FIFTEEiV DOLTJTRS.
A collection of this-kind when placed in the
hands of any one of ordinary intelligence,.
ought to retail for at least one kundred
Catalogues, containing full information and ,
prices of geosis.„ can be obtained on application
Orders by mail, telegaph. or empress respect,
sALissTaitY, mos., & CO.,
32 DOI:RANCE-ST. 3 AND 51
W SMISS sren
PROVIDENCE, 1?. L
TO OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS
Cciteetion of Pensicns, Botaties, Back
Pay, and "Wm a -ints.
Officer? Pay Rolls, illuster Rolls, and
Recruiting ..-Ic.caunts made out.
nridersigned, having been in the em
ployment of the 'United Mates during tlu
last eigliteen months, as Clerk in the Muster
ing and Disbursing ORice 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 en:geeing Penaions,
Bounties, Rack Pay and War Claims ; also,
tnaking out Officers' Pay Rolls, Muster R 4111.3
and Recruiting Accounts.
All orders by- mail ottelile.l to promptly-
LL,1175 N S. CHILD.
Harrisburg, Nov. 4, 18(i2.
IMERICAN - HOTEL,
Loc.:? 4 ti On Ciieatnait street, 6pposite
OLD STATE HOUSE,
and in close pi,..zimitr to the ;trincipai Job , ,ing
and Impoiling . IL:hues, Custom 'Rouse,
and places ot aniuletneuts. The City Carll.
2hn be taken at the dour (or within a agnate)
Tor any depot in the City. The lievae haa
been - renovated and rotittea.
Ir.:3 — TE.H.3iIS 4;1:75 P
WYATT S. HEULINGS,
DAVID COOD RAN,
Pointer, Glazier and Paper Hanger.
, e t
OULD most respectfully inform the cit
izens of Marietta and the public gene.t
ally that he is prepared to do
Paper Hanging, 6-c.,
At very short notice and at prices to suit the
times. He ran be found at his mother's resi
dence on the corner of Chesnut and Secort,l
streets, a few doors below the M. E. Church,
and immediately opposite the old Oberlin
Coach Works. [Aug. 3-Iy.
R. DIFFENI3ACH having laid in a very
serviceable stock of strong and well-made
such as Coats, Pants and Vests, which will be
sold at a lower figure than can be bought any
where else. Come and hear the prides.;
Hammered and Rolled Iron.
AGeneral assortment of Hammered and
Rolled Iron, H. S. Bars, Norway, Nail
Rods. American and Geeman Spring
and Cast Steel, Wagon Boxes, Iron
Axles, Springs for Smitbs,'&-e. . '
For sale at PATTERSON $' CO'S.
DANIEL G. BAKER, - •
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE :—No L ANCASTER, - PA.
. NOIITH DUKE STiLEET,
opposite the Court Houk, where he wilt at
tend to the practice of his'profession in all its
various branches. f Nov. 4, '59.- ly
1.3 BACK PAY,' & PENSIONS,
Collected promptly. Discharged'wounded'sol
diers are now entitled to bounty.
OFFICE at Shaffner's ITofel, Mountjoy, Pa.
G. R. lIENDRIMEyON.
Mountjoy, May 2,1863-3 m.
GROCE RIES :—Rio, Jars and
Laguira Coffee ; Cr !shed, Pulverized and
Brown Sugar ;..Superior Green and Black Tea ,
' Cheese and Spices; - Syrup and prkne ba;
kingMolasses;- l Exeellent-Pearl
J. R. DIFFENBACEPS„
GILLEN'S Ipng celebrated GIN'