The Mariettian. (Marietta [Pa.]) 1861-18??, October 17, 1863, Image 2

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F. L.
_aker, Editor,
sir a correspondent writes to the
Evening Post: "Tn
Sour number pub
lishing and commenting upon the inter
cepted letter from G. B. Lamar to Fer
nando Wood, I think you were mistaken
in saying or implying that G. B. Lamer
Was in Halifax in August. It was not,
as I was informed at the time, G. B. La
mer, but his son Charles (the same who
was so distinguished in time past by his
exploit in importing negroea direct
from Africa into South Carolina in the
yacht Wanderer) who went to , Halifax
and subsequently to Canada. Your
questions to Mr. Wood about G. B:
Lamer in Halifax were, very convenient
ones for him to answer.
lir Lieut. Col. Tennison, says a Kan.
sas Oity:piper, formerly of the Kansas
let, was heard of not long Since, at
Floyd, La.; where he was drilling a Con
federate company as captain. His
downfall commenced with his falling in
love with a Seoul" damsel near Provi.
dehce,llit: While infatuated with her
he drank a toast to Jeff Davis, which
resulted In an order degrading him from
histcorrimand, on the strength of which
he deserted to the enemy. The &Cash
girlivholtad heWitched him'refused - id.
ter all to marry him.
fle'neral John. J. Knox,of Angus-
Oneida county, N. Y., celebrated the
fiftieth anniversary of, his marriage on
*Odueiday last. Two of his sons :pre
sented congratulatory addresses ; Rev.
W. E. Knox, of Rome, spoke, in, the
name, of his brothers and sisters, and
Rev. Charles E. Knox in behalf of the
twenty grand-children present. Gerrit
Smith life long &lead of Gen. Kndx,
also made congratulatory remarks. The
Postivinster General also added his
complitsents by sending a motion that
the name of the post office in the Vit.'
lege should be changed from Knox's
Corestrinto , Knox borough.
Sr Mr. M.oncure D. Conway has been
lecturing at Carliile, England, on the
American war, with marked effect. Mr.
W. a. Charming is doing the same at
Liverpool, and being fully reported in
tibiae of the London papers. Against
Linda Rev. Mr. Smart, "formerly chap
lain in the Confederate army," has en
tared the lists, diaivering an address tti
the Southern ChM highly eulogistic of
Dirge in general, and its unlimited ca
pacity for self-sustenance. Like the
defiance of Elijah Pogram, "it develpp
ed our internal resources, and proved
our ability to carry on war. with the
United airth."
Foreign journals report that Gari
baldi continues to improve. The Tioi
nese Association of Swiss Carbineers
have elected him .tt member. He bag
thanked them in a:letter from Caprera,
dated September•l6tn, and addressed
to captain Vegezzi, of Lugano. In
this letter he says be will show his ap
preciation el the honor conferred on
him. by' that free country "by fighting to
the last for liberty and , the cloSer union
of all emancipated nations."
gir The Gettyiburg Sentinel notices
the address of Miss An^a Dickinson, on
Saturday eveni ng week "The, court
house was crowded to exaesi. And
such an address I There was bat one
general burst of admiration from All
who heard her, that they had never list
ened to such a speech. Her distinct
utteranc e , and the roll of, her voice,
With its vast compass, filled every pert
to the room, and even reached the
fir Mr. William baunders, the, dis
tinguished landscape gardener, who has
charge of the Government gardens At
Washington, has gone to Gettysburg, to
layiout the 'laud purchased there, being
a partion.of the battle ground, to be set
tfpart for the sepulture of our fallen in
that memorable conflict. It is under
tittiadxthat when the cemetery shall be
dedicated, , an address will be delivered
byllon. Edward Everett.
Up to this time ninety-nine Na.
tional Banks have been fully organized.
About forty others have taken the pre
liminary steps.fer organization. The
notes for about forty of the Brat organ
ized, will be issued in two weeks. It is
presumed that in a little while many of
the State institutions will abandon their
present charters. The sooner this is
Ono 'the better will bo our curredhy.
I,llllllZAfichop .Roseoranc, of Ohio, ar
brother of General Rosecrans, and Rev:
Dr. Parcel, of the•` Roman Catholic
Clhuralt, hadt just taken the strongest
iiiittslavery ground.
ar Ohio Alecto Brough„over Vallee;
digham,, by omir slaty thousand, and
renbaylvania elects patio over WOOd..
ward hj'iviti Mee& thousand. Su rely,
Oopperheadism his gone to the wall !
Or A Washington letter to the Bos
ton Traveller says : "While at the
Centre Market this morning I met Ed
win M. Stanton doing his marketing af
ter his usual habit. He was selecting
his own butter, his meat, and so forth,
with as much particularity as any man
in town. It was about sunrise, and I
have met him in June in the market be
fore sunrise. Some people will regard
this as a fine trait in his character. It
certainly shows that he is not a sleepy
head, but no one ever accused him of
sleeping too much, that I ever heard of
—the charge formerly has been that he
does not sleep enough. Before ,Mr.
Seward went into the Cabinet he al
ways wished to do his own marketing
in this matket. To go back farther,
Daniel Webster, when be lived in Wash
ington, was always in the habit of rising
early and going to market, to the horror
of some of his Southern friends, who
committed such work to a favorite slave."
OW Mr. F. W. Thomas, poet, writer,
and lecturer, hat 'tecently been address
ing large and appreciative audiences in
the Western States. Ells readings in
poetry are greatly admirCd. Mr. Thom
as ~is a fine scholar and poet himself,
and 'doubtless interprets poetry correct
ly. Ms sketch of Edgar A.: Poe (of
whom Thomas was the intimate friend)
is said to be remarkably interesting,
while his recitation- of "The Raven" is
something that remains long , in the
memory of the listener. Mr,--Thomas'
latest discourse is on "Life in Waihing
ton in the days orthe Giants." ' in this
he gives graphic sketches of Clay, Web
ster, Calhoun, and other distinguished
statesmen 'and orators with" Whon3 he
was personally acquainted.
gpooks, a lad of about ten years-of age,
residing in New York, died a few , days
since at the residence of his mother,
from the effects of injuries received un-,
der the following circumstances : On
the 9th ultimo some . , difficulty occurred
between the deceased and a son of a
Broderick. 111ra. B. and another
woman seized deceased and rubbed , a
large quantity of, red pepper in his
mouth, eyes and nose. This bad, the
effect to throw the boy into conv,nlsione,
and after .a delirious and wholly uncon
scious state for nine days, he died from
the effects of the injuries received.
lar A sifignliirandlatal accident'hap-
Pened in Pittstiurg; Pa., last Week: Two
, ,
boys were playing "honie" in' the streets,
and used a cord, one end '
of hie was
tied to the shoulders of the lad acting
as horse, while the other end was' fast
else& to the wrist ortfie 'driver by 'a slip
knot. While thus sporting, et street
railway car came up, and the boys went
in oppoiite directions to let it pess.=-1
This brought the cord aoross the trick,
and ihe horses striking against it, jerked
the' lads in front of tke iiheels of the
ear, which passed over them. One boy
was instantly crushed to death, and the
other will probably die.
A correspondent of a London pa
per writes : "I have just returned from
Germany, after •
.a month's knocking
about. I had glorious weather, and
saw all the little kings at Frankfort.—
There is a good annecdote of one of
them. He wanted his army , instructed
in the use of the Armstrong gun, and
got one, but .was obliged to, ask leave
of the next king to have the :target
up in his kingdom, his owsi not being
big enough for the Armstrong range l"
sir The protest of the Episcopal
Clefgi against the Proslavery pamiihlet
of Bishop Hopkins, of Vermont re-ap.
imared in the city papers, on Monday
morning, signed by one hundred and
seventy-four clergymen within the die
gess Of Bishop Potter. Only three
clergymen have refused to sign, viz
Assistant Bishop Stevens, Rev. Charles
B. Bonni3ll, and Rey. J. W.*Clazton,
tbe first and 'last, donbtless, bOiog in
sympathy with the Vermont birqop and
the rebellion.
"kr Many rebels in order to secure
the value of their slave property, have
quietly sent their chattels to Cuba ; but
this Bernier resort his failed them, as,
through the instrnnientalitrof Mr: Sav
age, our able Consul; many of these
slaves have been set free. It Is'a law
of Spain that any slave brought from
the Continent or adjoining isles becomes
free the moment he touches the soil of
Cuba. It is the same in the case of a
slave being' taken from Cuba to Spain,
notwithstanding 'the colonial relation.
or It is a well-known fact that a
large, proportion of Gen. Grant's army
has gone to reinforce Rosecrans, apd
before this time has reached its destina
tion. Both sides are . concentrating
their forces at Chattanooga for a tre
mendous battle, which, should it , go
against the rebels, will practically , end
the war.
or A man in London is getting out
a patent for printing without' iek. He
charges the paper with some cheoilcal
iabstatice, which being crushed by the
face of the type tarns black.
4,Ge!Men,itgrictiltacist Bays ho.
fore he . plants hhipostoes be washes
them in chlorine water, end Arjea
in the sun. Bnr.Y.nPkak*ifiknn used
tiam; from pinto dismistfilstring several
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GETTING A FAMU.Y.-A German named
Heoflich, residing five miles west of La
Crescent, was married in Portage in
November, 1860, to a healthy German
girl. The week after they married they
moved to Minnesota, on the farm which
they now occupy. In August, 1861,
Mrs. Heoflich gave birth to three boys,
two of whom lived. In June, 1862, she
gave birth to three boys acid a girl, two
of the boys and the girl living. On the
sth of this month she gave birth to two
girls and a boy, all of whom were, as
late as Tuesday of this week, alive and
well. Ten children in less than three
years is pretty good, even for this vicini
ty. The parents are proud of their suc
cess in the family line, and point with
pleasure to their company ,of German
infantry. Government cannot afford to
draft the head of that family.-La Crosse
ser General Hooker's command is
at last made known. He is not to
persede Burnside . Be is to be under
Roseerans, and is to command a part of
the reinforcements sent to Chattanooga.
It is pretty generally known that the
Government is exerting itself to the ut
most to give Rosecrans troops enough,
not simply to remain safely on the de
fengive, but to assume the offensive at
once. Hooker will have charge of one
of the largest corps of the Army of the
Cumberland, and he has few superiors
as a corps commander in the country.
He accepted the appointment readily,
although it is a step down the ladder.
add it was a fine exhibition of patriot
istri as well as good sense for him to
take it unhesitatingly.
k dispatch has been received
from Gen; Rosecrans, giving an account
of the rebel attack on Ohattanoogaore
ported with such a flourish by the re
bele. It appears that the rebels made
a shameful waste of powder, stand off
at such a long distance that it was diffi.
cult to tell whether they were firing a
salute or making a belligerent attack on
the stronghold' Not a man was in
jured; and all kept at their work with.'
out the least interruption. There is no
official corhfirmation Of the' rebel state
ment that two of our bridges over the
Teatime had been carried away by a
rise in the river. Telegraphic commi
nication between Nashville and Steven
son has been'restored. '
gir The Boston Traveller is nrit,...very
complimentary-to the hero of the
when he sap : "Neal Dow is to
be exchanged against John Morganl-:.L.
This is an unfair arrangement, 'for Germ,
Dow has no more military capacity than
belongs to the town pump, while Gen:
Morgan is a clever soldier, possessing
dash, energy, and- powers. of ,endue rce
—all things that are necessary to;make
a good raidsmau. General Dow could,
not better serve his country than by
staying in , prison in order thus to keep
a capable enemy shut-up. Mr. Paw,
a most estimable man, but he is no sol
sir The. Troy papers record the death
of Abel Bunnell, a gentleman of ,
siderable means. During a long life he
had never eaten an oysterand never
touched a clam. Although lie sold
liquor, he had never drank anything
stronger than sweet cider. He 'never
visited a show. His- travels, too, were
very limited. He had never been south
of Albany or west of•Seheneetady. The
great metropolis was only known to him
by hearsay. Coming to Troy with $45,
he loaned $4O and took a mortgage up
on some property, which he retained
until his death.
at Walter Nicholson, Jr., of Wash
ington, was drafted and a notice left at
his house which his father, who bears
the same name, anss ered,,and. appeared
before the• Board of Enrollment, who
exempted him on account, of being over
age. It was afterwards ascertained that
the son was the party drafted, and both
father and son were arrested by .Capt.
Scheetee. detectives and When before
the Board, where they, were informed
that Nicholson junior would= have to
procure a substitute, and• his time. was
extended to Allow him an opportunity
of procuring one.
I Mr. James Nokes, public garden
has presented io President Lincoln
a handsome and subitantial Cane, made
from the live oak of the old ship Con
stitution. The head of the cane is of
polished iron, being part o(a bolt taken
from the Original Monitor, which was
broken by the first shot she received
from the rebel Merrimac. On top of
the head are the words "Constitution"
and "Monitor," and the dates "1812"
and "1862."
or The Boston Herald has a letter
from the fleet at Charleston; October 3,
which says
"Last evening General Gilmore sent
one of his- 'Greek Fire' shells- into
Charleston, which set firelo some bail&
logo, The fire bfirotior overtwb hours.
"There. will, be warm work here ere
this reaches you, if nothintinterferes in
the'Meantime to put a the'grand
work. All things are ready."
Staise, the Sultan ap..thit
-4444F1,0 of the Protestsa p ft i e itta tile
of thephw,a, c r
hatigiff the ; Alegi-et from
SuPflY , s ril*!4 it I t i t sr 9Tat l lft P )
a week da
ENIALE DRUMMER.-A girl, aged 12
years, giving the name of Charles Mar
tin, enlisted in a Pennsylvania regiment,
nearly two years since, as a drummer
boy. She bad the advantage of educa
tion, could write a good hand, and com
posed very well. She made herself
useful to officers of the regiment in the
capacity of a clerk ; was in five battles,
but escaped unwounded. The officers
never dreamed of her sex. A short
time since she was taken sick with
the typhoid fever, a disease quite preva
lent in Philadelphia, and was removed
to the Pennsylvania Hospital. A day
or two since the matron of the institu
tion discovered the drummer boy In be
no more . or tees than a girl. Her pa
rents, who, reside in Bucks county, have
been advised of the facts by letter.
Mom°Ns—A foreign magazine of
fashions 'says two things strike one as
farticularly" novel in ladies' costumes ;
first, the very pretty chamois•colored
leather boots,.coming half way up the
leg, and either buttoned or laced at the
side, the tops being ornamented with a
silk cord and two small tassels; and;
secondly, the canna s, or in plain Eng
lish, walking sticks, sported by the most
elegant among, the votaries of fashion;
These canes are simply wooden sticks,
more or less' carved and ornamented,
with flat gilt tops, and finished off, like
the boots, with a cord and tassel. '
A. SOUTHERN HOTEL.-A letter from
Trenton, Georgia, says : ••This place,
the county seat of Dade county, is au
insignificant town of perhars fifteen
houses. It presents now an appearance
of almost complete desertion. The tav
ern of the village is a specimen. The
landlady, with bare feet, came to the
door, and, with the true southern accent
and pronunciation, told us they had no
thing to eat. I believad her. Keeping
tavern and nothing to eat.
tir Wives, mothers arid sisters, whose
husbands, sons' and" brothers are serving ,
in the army, cannot put into their knap
sacks a more necessary or valuable gift
than a few boxes of Holloway's Pills &
Ointment. They insure health even
under the exposures of a soldier's life.
Only 25 cents per box or pot. [219
lir A fashionable wedding came off
at the .Astor House, .New York, in a
quiet way, a day or two ago. The bride
groom was Mons. Charles Carey, Chan. ,
cellar of State of Bausanne, Switzer.
laud, and the bride Miss Annie Taylor,
of Cedarcrofe, .Chester county, Pa., a_
sietor of
,Payard Taylor.
tir The United States District Court,
Wt.llartford, Conn., are trying a case in
Which a Him of colored tailors sue the
Collector of Internal Revenue for the
tecovery of 'honey paid by them as tax
es on clothing Manufactured at their
establishment. They rest their claim
npowthe ground that as they are not
allowed to ivte, they should not be
I r Two factory girls
_near blanches
ter, England, bad a regular prize fight
near that city. The conditions agreed
on were that there should be no pulling
of hair or screaming. After several
rounds, oae was beaten until almost in
Or A letter written from New Or
leans says that Gen. Grant's injuries are
so serious that it is probable he will
never be able to take the field again.—
His breast bone is said to have been
crushed, three ribs broken, and one side
paralyzed, and his brain is thought to
affected by the concussion of the fall
!kiln his lorsO.
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Te.exAtO Venetian Horse Liniment,
Pint bottles at 50c each, for the cure of lame
ness, scratches, wind galls, sprains, bruises,
splints, cuts,,:colic, slipping stifle, over-heat
ing, sore throat, mail in , the foot, ect. It is
warranted cheaper and better than any other
article ever offered to the ,public. Thousands
of animals have been cured of the colic and
over heating by this liniment and hinidieds
that were Crippled and lathe have been restor
ed to their former vigor. It is used by all the
first, horsementhronghout the Union. Orders
are constantly received from the Racing Sta
bles o t England for fresh supplies of this in val
uable article. Over 2,500 testimonials have
been received. Remember, Fifty Cents laid
out in time may save the life of your horse.—
Sold by all druggists. Office, 56 Courtlandt
street, New-Tork. [O-1m..:
liZr Why la Oristadaro's Hair Dye popular?
Read the univeraltranswer to this question.
Because it imparts a natural black or brown.
It ddes not orisp or burn the hair.
It does.not soil the fairest skin.
It is applied in ten minutes.
Therefore the Man of Tas+e approves it.
Those who value Silken Heir use it.
The Ladies everywhere prefer it.
Those to Whom timeis valuableTatronizd it.
Crtstadoro's Hair-Preservative, is invaluable
withtds Dya, as it imparts the utmost softness
and the most beautiful gloss and great vitality
to the hair. Manufactured by J. CAISTADOItO,
No. 6 Astor House, New-york. Sold every;
where, and applidieby all /fair Dressers.
Price $l, 41 bo' $3 per box, according
to size. 10-no. 2.
IC?' A Genilemen, cured of.' Nervous De
bility, Incompetency, Preniature Decay, 'and
Youthful. Error, actuated by a desire to benefit
others, will be happy to . furnish. to all who
need it , (freeof.charge) r the recipe and direc
tions for miiking the, simple Eemedy used, in
his case . Thos e wisking to profit by his ex
perieitculdlioissese a' 'Valuable'
will 'receive th i e r - ) simei 4 birste,l.* mail , '
fully iseileili),by addressing. , f
JonuAgpsuarr, , •
4 -141 ? traig ll e t, t3 IffivJgrk-.
10 A - Di: Knhia
Lyon's Periodical Drops
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Are Better Than Bilis!
Are Better Than Pills!
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Lyon's Periodical Drops are
ever brought before the public, and as a di-
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the world to. produce an
.equal.:; they are, in
the most obstinate cases,
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If The Directions Are Adhered To !
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except when expressly forbidden in thei,direc
tions which are wiapped around each bottle,
and have the viiioinsignatiure of Da Jwo. L.
Lima upon them.
They cure all those:ills to which the female
system is subjected with dispatch and a de
gree of certainty which nothing but a scienti
cap compounded fluid preparation could
For my Drops stand .belore the world as the
ne plus 'ultra of all remedies, for the cure of
all diseases of the kidneys aud , bladder, Leu-
coreah, Prolapsus, and the mild,but positive
correction of all irregularities
by those who have other preparations; -which
they desire to palm'off upon the strength' of
the popularity of my Drops, and who recom
mend their own nostrums, thus appropriating
to themselves the constant demand for my. P
eriodical Drok as a medium for selling some
thing wikkh is worthless and inefficient. But
when the Druggist you apply to has not got
them, either make him buy them for you, or
else enclose one Dollar to the nearest general
wholesale agent; who will return you a Bottle
by return Express.
You will thus save yourselves trouble and
obtain relief from the greatest Female Regu
lator of the Nineteenth Century.
Over 25,000 Bottles of this medicine have
been sold within the last six months, and every
Lady that has used. them, but for the nature
of the cure, would furnish us with a sworn
certificate of their efficacy. It takes but one
Dollar to make the experiment, and I appeal
to those of your sex who are suffering—will
you waste away when - a single Dollar will
give you instant relief ?
Prepared"solely by Da; Jxo. L. LYON, Prac
tiCing Physician.
Price SI pet bottle'.
C. G. CLARK & CO.,
New Haven, Conn.
Generel Agents for United States and Cana
For sale at Wholesale, by.
X4 l kli.k.S.Ak ,C 9 ; 4 4'ir 1 . 911‘.
GEfik .GPODWINA.CN Sosion.
eiiit 4 l3PY =:23 iM6tle et, Philadelphia:
Friends & Relath es of the Soldiers & Sailors,
I - MENT.—AII who have Friends and
Ite atives in the Army or Navy, should take
special care, that they be amply supplied with
these Pills and Ointment; and where the
brave Soldiers and Sailors have neglected to
provide themselves with diem, no bent./ pres
ent can be sent them by their friends. They
have been proved to be the Soldier's never
failing-hiend in the hour of need.
Will be speedily relieved and effectually
cured by using these admirable medicines, and
by paying proper attention to the Directions
which are attached to each Pot or Box.
sick Headache and want of Appetite Incident
to Soldiers I
Those feelings which so sadden us, usually
arise from trouble or annoyances, obstructed
prespiration, or eating and drinking whitey,
is unwholesome, thus disturbing the healthful
action of the liver andatomach. These organs
must be relieved, if you desire to do well.—
The Pills,, takingaccording-,toAdie,p 'gated
instructions, will quickly produce a healthy ale
tion in both liver and stomach n and as a natu
ral consequence a clear head and good appeiite.
Weakness and debility induced by over Fatigue,
Will soon disappear br the nee of the* in,
valuable Pills, and the Soldier will quickly
acquire additional strength. Never let the
bowels be either confined or unduly acted
upon. It may seem strange that Holloway's
Pills should be recommended for "Dysentery
and Flux, many, persons supposing that they
would increase the relaxation. This vii* a
great mistake, for these Pills will correct the
liver and stomach and thus remove sill "the
acrid humours from the system. This medi
cine will give tone and vigor to the whole
organic system however deranged, while
health and strength follow as a matter of
course. Nothing will stop the relaxation of
the Bowels so'sure as this famous medicine..
Sores and Ulcers. Blotches and Swellings
car. with certainty be radically cured if the
Milli are taken night and morning, and the
Ointment be freely used as stated in the printed
nstructions. if treated in any other mann er
they dry up in one part to break out in another.
Whereas this Ointment will remove the
former from the system and leave the Patient's
in vigorous and healthy man. It will require
as lit:le perseverance in bad cases to insure a
lastng cure. .
For Wounds either occasioned by the Bayonet
Sabre or the Bullet, Sores or Bruises,
To which every Soldier and Sailor are liable
there are no medicines so safe, sure and con
venient as Holloway's Pills and Ointrrent.- 7
The pour wounded and almost dying sufferer
might have his wounds dressed immediately;
if he would only provide
. himself with this
matchless Ointment, whic should be thrust
into the wound and smeared'•all around it: then
cover it with a piece of linen from his Knap
sack and compressed with a handkerchief.—
Taking night arid morning 6 or S Pills, to cool
the syst..m and prevent intlamation.
Every Soldier's Knapsack and Seaman 9 a
Chest should be provided with these invalua
ble Remedies.
IMPORTANT CA UTION !—Noue are genuine
unless the words asHOLLOWAY, New YORK
and Lou noic, ,, are discernible as a Water-
mark in every leaf of the book of directions,
around each pot or box ; the same may be
plainly seen by ho/ding the leaf to the light.—
A handsome reward will be given to any one
rendering such information as may lead to the
detection of any party or parties counterfeiting
the medicines or vending the same, knowing
them to be spurioui. '
•,•Sold at the Manufactory of Professor
HOLLOWAY, 80 Maiden Lane, New York,
and by all respectable Druggists' and Dealer*
in Medicine throughout the civilized d i ,
in pots, at 25c. 62c. and $1 each.
N. B.—Directions for the guidance of pa
in every disorder are affixed to each pot.
03- There is considerable saving by taking
the larger sizes. I - Dec 20 7 1 y
11:F Dealers in my well known medicines can
htzve gliow-C Alum, CIRCULARS. &v., se/tithe:a,
FREE OF EXPENSE, by addressing
80 Maiden Lane, New-York
E &
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over Four Thousand different .Aubjeets [to
which additions are continually being !made]
of portraits of eminent Americans, viz
72 Major-Generals, 525 Statesmen,
190 lirig Generals, 127 Divines,
259 Colonels, 116 Authors,
84 Lieut.-Colonels, 30 Artists,
207 other officers, 112 Stage,
60 Navy Officers. 46 PromPnt Women,
11:3'^ 147 Prominent Foreign Portraits. ,=DI
Including reproductions of the most celebrated
Engravings, Paintings, .Statues, &c. Cala
logues sent on receipt of stamp. An order for
one dozen Pictures trom our Catalogue wilt he
tilled on receipt of $1:80, and sent by mail, free.
Of these we manufacture a great variety, ran-
ging in price from 50 cents to $5O each.
OUR ALBUMS have the reputation of being
superior in beauty and dutabiltty to any others.
Thc smaller kinds can be sent safely by mail
at a postage of six cents per oz. The more
expensive ones can be sent by express.
Our Catalogue , of these will te sent to any ad
, dress on receipt of stamp.
Manufacturers of Photettapitic Materials, I
• , H. L. & E. J. ZAHN
`':, 10 ESPECTFULLY inform their
AN,lli 1 flifriends and the public that they
®`% still continue the WATCH, CLOCK
- z. 7, A NI) JEWELRY business at the old
stand, North-west Corner of North
Queen street and Center Square, Lancaster, Ps.
A full assortment of goods in our line of busi
ness always en hand and for sale at the lowest
cash rates. 113" Repairing attended to per-.
malty by the proprietors. -
Lancaster, January 1, 1859.
WELRY.—A large and selected stock of
J fine jewelry of the latest patterns from the
best factories in the country can' be found at
H. L. & E. J. ZAHM'S.
Cor. North Queen st. and Centre Square, Lan
caster, Pa. Our prices are moderate- and all
goods warranted to be as represented.
SPECTACLES to suit all who
can be aided with glasses,
can be bought at H. L. 4 2.4 ZAHM'S, Cor
ner of North Queen-at., and Center Square,
Lancaster. Newllasses refitted in old frames,
atahort notice.
LATED WARE: A Large and ime stock
of Plated ware at If L. & E. J. ZArim's,
Corner of North Queen.street & Center Square
A )
Lancaster, Pa. Tea Setta, in variety, Coffee
Urns, Pitchers, Goblets, Saw Stands, Cake
Baskets Catd Baskets, Spoons, Forks, Knives,
Casters, Sm., &c., of manufacturers prices.
REFLATING attended to at rnoderate rates.
- cable had of IL &E. J. Zawm,,Cor
orth queen-st., and Center Square, Lancas
ter, Pa., in the shape of Equilibrium Levers--
the best article of Swiss levers now in the mar
ket They are lower in price than any watch
of equal, quality andj ust as true for timekeeping
Very plain style, each one warranted
to lierformto the entire satisfaction of
the purchaser.
P&rrEasor & Co.
Just r z:e .e eer , ed ls Sc rr o s e n _
Pure, at H. - -