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MARIETTA CAR HOURS. The several pas
senger trains will leave, the "Upper-station
D epo t as follows: Morning train, East, at
ten minutes before 8; Mail train West, 11:38 ;
Harrisburg Accommodation train, East, at 9
minutes after 5 ; the same train West, at five
minutes before 7 in the evening.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, ISII3.
gar Quarterly meeting :—Next Sab
bath, preaching morning and evening.
Rev. Thomas' Beane will preach at ten
o'clock in the morning and at CI in the
evening. The meeting will be protract
ed during the week.. Preaching at 7
o'clock in the evening. " And the
. SPirit,atid the Bride say Come, And
let him that heareth say Come, and
whosoever will let him take the water
of life freely."
Godey for November is on our
table. It contains one steel engraving,
a double fashion plateengraved on steel
and colored, 100. pages of, reading. mat
ter, 89 engravings, 16 full page engrav
ings, 14 fancy dresses, any quantity of
patterns for fall dresses for women and
children. and Pots of articles upon which
the ladies can exercise their ingenuity
in manufacturing% Godey has returned
tn,h.is old club rates. Now is the time
to 'wake up clubs.
"Little Drytowa " district in
Itapho township gave 95 votes for Go.
vernot.:, Uurtin ; the unanimous t . ote of
the district. This act -on the part of
the'Union men in that vicinity is most
praiseworthy and deserving of a banner
from the county, This is the first time
in the history of the county theta unani
mous ballot has been cast for an entire
ticket, and the Union men should shoW
the Drytowners that their zeal, patriot
ism and loyalty is duly appreciated.
gar .we neglected to mention the
fact that Rev. John Walker Jackson,
delivered his celebrated lecture on the
"I.Joio-Uoihitilution—Peace," in the
M. Vl'. CEurch, in this place. Mr. J. is
'regarded as one of the .andest and most
patriotizidivines ottached to'this con
ference, and this lecture, if nothingelse,
would endoree.such an opinion.
4fir,The Columbia Spy .comes to us
in a new dress, It has improved very
mach typographically and otherwise On
der iti; neW mannuement.
.1114 r Several verylinu parlor engrav
ings for sale cheap, at this offioe.
OUR AMY CtiIiIIENPONDENCE,
TlR.ih - Qua lITERS 451 h Pt-nn. VOs ,
41'mo...oldie, Tenn., Oct, 1, 18G3. J
Diqi- Col.:—Oar last was from the
Old Mississippi State, after chasing
Johnston and his cahoots to Jackson,
where; had it not been for some mis
management of those high in authority,
w'e would have never' left him give us
the slip, but whipped him ; after be. got
away, the 9th corps turned contractors,
nod went into destroying railroads,
which was done effectuittly, after which
we returned to Snyder's Bluff, a here
we awaited trausgortation for Cincin
nati, Ohio, where we arrived iu due time
but in bad_ condition ; for at least one
third of our forces were sick, and where
we lost the lamented ; we feel
his loss, but trust that our loss is his
gain. From this polut' we went to
K,y., b' rail, and a few
miles beyond went Into camp, where we
remained a short time ; [ruin thence we
marched to Crabb Orchard, where we
again pitched our moving tents, and ou
the 9th of September packed up bag
and baggage and struck a B line for
Knoxville, where we arrived on the 26th
of September; our march was not an
easy . 'prig, and the best we did in one
day was twenty-three miles, fording two
rivers and crossing one mountain; no
thing ofnote occurred during our march
save the meeting of General Praizer and
his rebel followers who were captured
at Cumberland Gap; we indulged pretty
freely in conversation with them and
found among them many an expression
of gladness that they were Union pris
oners; some were bold and defiant, and
could: not believe we had taken Vicks
burg and Port Hudson ; in fact, some
had the:audacity to say that Beauregard
had taken New'Orleans ; ignorance has
no name for some of those poor deluded
wretches ; they were the finest-looking
Robs we have ever seen. Young and
athletic ; some of them grieied very
much over their capture and swore it
was a Yankee trick that caused them
to surrender. Since we have come into
East Tennessee we have met hundred's
of deserters from the rebel army who
have deserted Bragg; some of them
were the , very boys that helped to drubb
us on James.lsland, South Carolina, in
June, 1862, and they acknowledged a
loss thereof eleven hundred killed and
wounded, while our loss was not quite
half that, and they say they were whipped
when tve Withdrew. Many of them are
coming into the Union army. ; ; they are
enlisting faster than; General Burnside
can erm.them ; the
,General rode tbro'
the camp of the Ist Division last eve
ning, and such a shout as went op from
the boys never was heard in 'Tennessee.
This was the first eight his old 9th Corps
hadof"tii'm since our return ; many an
eye wgg filled with th 4". of joy as he
rode bowing, ve Allmd and
icing ns 'v • Tenon' '4 " 45th
was never noted for cheering, but on
this occasion gave him three hearty
ones, but our neighbors, the New York
• Highlanders, beat us, for they roared
We are now encamped on the banks
of the Holstein, with some three hun
dred, leaving behind us over one hun
dred sick, and having some two hundred
on detached duty, so that if we-had our
men all with us we would number some
six hundred. The boys are all express
ing an anxious wish to be home at the
election ; many of them would poll their
first vote, and it would be unanimous
for Andy G., somehow or other, they
don't like Woodward or: the party;
many, cr all indeed, think there is
"eppis letz," and feel that A. G. Curtin
is too good a man to be beaten by a
party that is continually' howling about
the President and his Cabinet; we don't
hear them say anything, or very little,
about the rebels; ()cif they make men
tion of them it is in a :pitiful,
water way ; but they. are endeavoring to
gather the widows' tears and force you
to look upon the orphans, and are gath
eriug, if possible, in drains the: blood,
and charging this all to those men who
have done and are still doing: all in
their power to crush this reja.eltion---
Had the,, Old Public Functionary at
Washington not tremoled and feared
when he saw the coming storm, bat
done as the hero,Jackspa, who no w, lies
mouldering in "peace and honor;" 'sent
a force into Charleston
tired on the miscreants- and sent theni
to where they belonged ; this,we are
bold to say, and our country wilfsay
too, would have. saved tears, orphans
and blood ; but no, I.e faltered' and now
we charge upon .him, more than. upon
any other man in the' land, Jeff. Davis
not excepted, the fruits of, this war; ; and
now the party that is 'endeavoring to
elect Woodward are those very men who
elected Buchanan and were his bosom
companions ; they are crying for peace ;
what kind of peace, Col., do you think
Wood Ward and ,Buchan
an will accept? Just the kind the sol
die-r would, spit : upon. We willhear do,
thing short of a conquered peace, and
were the soldiers from the Old Key,
stone pertnitted to 'come borne and•vote,
they would show to the world thatafter
two 'years' hard fighting they were not
willing to chuckle to. anything save, an
honorable peace. Col ; I know you have
in Marietta some whotml esteem, in the
ranks battling against:the GOvernMent;
but to such I extend an invitation to
come to Tennessee aud hear the argu
ment of those Southern-right men, and
they would return with the blush of
shame upon their , cheeks ; why, sir,
their hope is strong in the party which
is opposing the war: and.' is crying
Peace ; but I will close by urging the
good people of Marietta to sustain those
Who are sustaining the country. One
grand rally in the Old Keystone. Elect
Andy and we will give them another
rally of powder and ball; and if that
don't bring the answer,—why another
rally still—andstill soother—until we
will have a lasting peace. Peace un
alloyed—peace with freedom—and no
gar Andrew G. Curtin beats Judge
Woodward in this county, 5,691. Judge
Agnew leads Lowrie, 5,685. Frederick
Smith leads COI. Flambright, for Sher
iff, 5,199. Col. Franklin leads Col.
Neiman, 5,608. Col. John W. Clark,
leads his opponent, Isaac Zell, 5,619.
crir The Judge Grosh residence and
business place, one of the Onset in this
borough, will be sold at public outcry
on Thursday the sth of November.
~,..- P g.or"llsT OP LETTERS -Rema in
.v _ - • •
t,,4•t, 4 .• mg
it,,` roe Post Office, at
Marietta, Pa., for the week ending Oct. 22d.
Persons calling for letters in the following
list, will please say they are advertised.
Askins; Mary E. Kidd, 0. G. (or W. P.
Adams, Harriet Hodgkin.)
Butler, Ellen Myers, Mary Ann
Brown, -Martin McElroy, Sarah G,
Decarleton, William Murphy, Barbara V.
Porringer, Emma Rhoads, Lcvi L.
Grafton, Simon Reish, George
Hill, Capt. Geo. N. Messrs. Robinson &Co.
Hill, William Stockum, John
Ilogentogier, Harriet Simons, Hannah J.
Johnson, Angeline Thon, Charles Esq.
Jude, Anthony Wyant, Anna Mira.
A. CASSEL, P. M
nr i ' l r e Y T D ol O v L n L C ALS ci R I '
the of A R B D e:
tough of Marietta will pay the above reward
for the apprehension and conviction of the per
son or persons who fired the stable and tobacco
shed at the rear of Ziou's Church Burying
Ground, on Munday night, October 12th, 1863:
Marietta, October 24, 1663-3 t.
The stockholders of
The Lancaster. and Marietta 'Turnpike
Road Company -
are requested to meet at the 'Public hous'e of
John Kendig, on Monday, November 2, 1.863,
at I 0 o'clock in the morning, to elect.
dent, directors, and a secretary and treasurer,
for the ensiling year.-
By order of the Board.
A. N. CASSEL, Secretary.
October 10 ' , 1863-,3t
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.--Estate of Maria
4 Rieder, late of the Borough of Marietta,
deceased. Letters of - administration on said
estate having been granted to the undersigned,
all persons indebted thereto are requested to
immediate settletnent, and those having chant's
or demands against the same will present them
without delay for settlement to the , undersign
ed, residing in said Borough.
GEO. W. STAHL, ExeCutor.
Marietta, October JO, 1863-60
DANIEL G.. BAKER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW;
OFFICE 24 NORTH DUKE STREET,
opposite the Court House, where he will at
' tend to the practice of his professioninAlits
vatiousbranches. • f
I ui iic
TN pursuance of an alias order of the Orph
ans' Court of Lancaster County, the under
signed Administrator of the Estate of Poter
Baker, late of the Borough of Marietta, dec'd,
will sell at public vendue, at the public house
of William Johnstiii, at the eastern end of said
Borough of Marietta, the following real estate
late n 1 the said deceased :
A HALF LOT OF GROUND,
Fronting on the north side, of Front street, in
that part of said borough of Marietta, laid out
by Jacob Oriisb, eiiquire, being the western
half of Lot nUM tiered in the plan thereof by
number Fifty-Eight [ss], containing in front
20 feet, and extending in depth to Second-st.,
200 feet, upon which is erected
A TWO-STORY FRAME
and all the NECESSARY OUTBUILDINGS
Sale to eminence at half•past 6 o'clock in
the eVellil), when terms and *concitions will
be made known by
FREb'K L. BAKER,
Marietta, October 3, 1563-ts.
New. Fall: and Winter Goods
Market Street, Marietta. Pa.
Notwithatanding the scarcity of many kinds of
Dts , ' Goods; those.wiShing to purchaSe will
find his usually large , and well assorted stock
Prints, , ,.Cloths,
Bleached Shirting, Rentocky JeaMs, '
Brown Sheeting,s, Ticking's,
Dive r, Dorne'stie Ginghamis,
Heavy. Denims, Hickory Stripes.
Full assortment of Press
„Full assortment of Notiong,
Full assertment'of White Goods.
Full assu.trueot of Blankets..
Full assortment of Slit As.
FiJi assortment of all seasonable Goods.
Larg,estJand best istqck of„„Slectrton Skirts
ever offered in this murkei, of all sizes, from
tfie smallest to toe'largest, and WWI prices
•• Groceries .of 1114 kinds.
Ri'. and Java Coffee, Teas,
New Mackerel, Extra Syrups,
Salt, Sugar-Cured Hams, Lc.
French Corset..v ,; Traveling,-Over-.Shirts,
Handkerchiefs, •• • Drawers; . ; •
Shirt Fronts, Balmoral Skirts, 4-c.
A small lot nfready4liatie 'Wiritcr Clothing,
which . will ,he sold at less than wholesale
prices Id clbse it 'Ont. •
'• • :Liquor& •
.He also continues to keep on fiand a large
supply of 'supel prandies, 'Miles, Gins,
Sehnidanz's Schnaps,: Drakes, Plantation Bit
ters, and that superior Old Rye, all of which
having been purchased . befimei the; recent-ad
vance have the advantage of being at nearly
L'." — Flighestprices given for country produce.
Monongahela Whiiikey'by 11th barkeliiitt
Pittsburg prices, with freight only added.
Marietta, September', 18b3. ,. : '
TO OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS. '
Collection of Pensions,Bounties. Back
Pay, "Wai. balms.
Officers' Pay Rolls, Muster' Rolls, - and
_Recruiting Accoun4 made out.
rr TIE undersigned, having been . id tlie ern
ployment of the United. States.during the
last eighteen months, as' Clerk in the Muster
ing and Disbursing Office and Office of Super
intendent of Recruiting Serviee of Penhsylva
respectfu I ly informs the public that he has
opened an office in the Daily Telegraph Build
ing for the purpose of collecting Pensions,
Bounties, Beek Par and War t.ilaitris ; also,
making out Officers' Pay Rolls, Muster Rolls
and Recruiting'. Accounts: , . 7
All orders by mail attended to promptly.
SULLIVAN 8. CRUD.
Harrisburg, Nov. 29, 1862. 18- ly
Black Hawk Iron Ore Washer.
undersigned having just completed new
paterns for the manufacture of the, cele
brated Black Hawk Iron Ore Washer: He
has removed several objections to the old pat
en), and now feels certain of being able to
wash one-third- more iron ore per iiap, 'and
much cleaner. Machines manufactured and
put up anywhere desired at the shortest eo
tice, and the working of the machine guarran
teed. He can refer, by. permission; to :Got.
James Myers, of I "egal Furnace, Marietta,
and to James L. Stu Esq.,:adjoining-Mari
Marietta, Lancaster Pa
C tiE:AP LAMPS.
A Frttgli Surpir or
Coal ,Oil Lamps and Lanterns
hf evmj paters, suitable for the Parlor, the
witehen,and the Chamber; iinging'and Side
Lamps for Balls, Churches, Stores,ari Offices.
Ravin ,. ' purchased' thein froth the Manbfactii
rers in large quantities at the [owes:leash rates,
we can sell them much under the usual retail
prices, although every other description of
gdods are advancing:
PATTERSON 4- CO.
- WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY,
c. 11.. L. S.: F.. J..ZAHM
~.._;----. - 0 Es p Ec! FULLY inform their
''-v ..) I "ti, friends andthe public that they
, t7" ' - 7 '
still continue the WATCH,. CLOCK
A nip JEWELRY business at the old
stand; North-west Corner of North
I),ueen street. and Center Square, Lancaster, Pa.
A full assortment of gothic in our line of busil
ness always on hand and for sale at.tbe:lowes,t
cash rates. 14.7' itepafring
,attended to per
sonally by the proprietors.
Lancaster, January 1, 1859.
The American Watches.
jHE American Watches are among the best
timekeepers now in use, and for durability
strength and simplicity far surpass any other
watch made in the world.
H. L. F i r ZAHM
Corner of North Queen-Bt., and Centre Square`
Lancaster,. Pa., have them for sale at the verb
lowest rates—every watch accompanied with
the manufacturers guarrantee to ensure its:gen
JEWELBS.—A.Iar g e and, selected stock of
lincjewelryol the latest patterns from the
best factories in the country can be found at'
H 7 L. & E. J. 7,A1 - IM'S.
Cor. , _Ncrrth Queen st. and Centre Square, Lan
caster, Pa. Our prices are moderate and all
gonds . warranted to le' as represented.
SPEtTACLES to suit ail a , holboakia .
can -be aided with glasses, •
can, be bought at H. L. E. J. ZAHMS, Cor
n'er of North Qfieen-st., and C6iter Squire,
Lancaster. New glasses refitted in old frames,
at short notice.
'ILAT ED WARE; A Large and line stock
r of Plated ware at H. L. &E. J. ZAtira's.
Corner of North Qneen street Sr. Center Square
Lancaster, Pa. Tea Sette, in variety, Coffee
Urns, PitCheis, Goblets, Salt . Stands, Cake
Baskets, Card Baskets, ,Spoons, Forks, Knives,
Casters, &c., &C., at manufacturers paces.
REP:CA T G 'attended to at moderate rates.
T - I, A AL'or'REGUIATt TIMEKEEPERS
can be had of H. L. & E. J. ZAHN, Coi
North Queen-st., and Center Square, Lancas
ter, Pa.,iri'theshape of Equilibrium Levers—
the besarticle. of Swiss leyers now in the mar
ket. They; 'are Purer in' price than any viateh
of equal quality andj ust as trite for timekeeping
". one of thOse beautiful S 0 P
HATS at CRITLL% 92 Market-at.
THIS weekly Religious. Literary, and Fam
ily edited by -
Rev. Henry Ward Beecher,
Rev. Joshua Leavitt, D. D.,
And Theodore Tilton,
is issued in the same form and at the same
low price of
r-a — TWO DOLLARS
per annum, notwithstanding the great advance
in white paper.
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Fair and thonizhtful editorial discussions of
the most important facts, ocim-rences, and in
terests of this nation and the world.
A comprehensive record of facts, men, and
moveMents of the Jteligious world.
A full and 'careful weekly histoky of the
progregs of the Rebellion.
Ample chronicles of the important general
news, home and foreign.
F.'air and careful accounts of new books;
made on the express prindiple of serving as a
safe guide to buyers.
Interesting correspondence from Washing
ton, from the, West, from the Army, and from
Six columlis a week of carefully selected
matter for Family Reading; being Prose and
Poetry, suited 'to' seterest both the Old and
A full chronicle of the progress of business
and of the current prices of merchandise, pro
dike and live stock in New York CitY. •
A carefully prepared COMMERCIAL AND Fr-
NANMAL ARTICLE, embracing the latest and
Most reliable inforMation in regard to the mo
ney market, trade, commerce, and business
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ent has secured a valuable reputation for fair
ness.- boldness, and fox discussing all secular
topics, from the highest moral stand-point.
A, DRY GOODS REPORT,
furnished particularly for country merchants,
a weekly report of the prices current in this
city of all descriptions of domestic dry.goods.
The information thus furnished, so,entirely re
liable,•cann ot be found in any other periodical.
We'have the best of evidence on that point
froth all quarters. We are ..not permitted to.
give the names of the parties who make this
weekly, report to us, but will . state that they
are two,cumpetent :merchants, with entirely
different connections, and that they are well
knoWn .throughout the. United States, and have
been for.years.. • The,. prices given are_ the ox- ,
act figureS at which the several descriptions of
goods are sold for act.cash by the jobbing hou,'
ses in this city oh the day said report ;is made,L
viz : Wednesday of each week..
A Sennera every week, by 'Rey. Henry
The ftillowing: eminent writers are special
contributors to its columns:
William Alle❑ Butler, Horace Greeley,'
Rev. Tlieo. L. Cuyier, Bayard Taylor,
Rev: Itobt. M. Hatfield, J. G. Whittier.
TEIIiMS-=TWO DOLLARS per annum, paid
in advance. Specimen numbers sent gratis.
'`3ti n No'. 5 Beekinan-st. New-York
ScHE.NCK'S pULMONIC SYRUP
SCUENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP
~ScIAESCK'S PU'LNQ7,VI,C Sy.I2.UP
WILL CURE .
SCHENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP
SCHENCK'S SEA WEED TONIC
SCHENCK'S SEA WEED TONIC
SCIIENCDS SEA WEED TONIC
SCHENCK'S SEA WEED TONIC
WILL CURE ,
ACILENCK , S MANDRAKE PILLS
SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE - PILLS
LIVER 0011IPLA INTs
SCHENCK'S IVIA.NDBAKE PILLS
LITER CO bI PLAINTS
SCHEAVCIOS MAiVDRA.Kk PILLS
DR. .1. H. SatiENCK has a large suit of
rooms at No. 32 Bond st.. New-rorx, where
ho can be found every Tuesday, from 9 a. m.
to 3 p. m., and at No. 39 North Sixth street,
Philadelphia, Pa., every Saturday.
lie keeps a large supply of medicines at his
rooms, which can be had at all times. Those
wishing.ad vice or examination with the Res
pirometer, his price is $3.
Many persons are afraid to have their lungs
examined by DR. SC...W.:NCI( for fear they
willfbe found incurable, and by that means it
is put ol£ until it is too late. Bow much bet
ter it would be toknow their condition at once,
as by abundance of evidence, Dr. S. has shown
sufficient certificates in this city that be has
cured advanced stages of Consumption.
DR. SCHENC I( 2 s Principal Office is No. 39
North. Sixth Street; Philadelphia, Pa., where
letters for advice should always be directed.
3Cr PRICE of the Pulmoaic -Syrup and Sea
Weed each. $1 per bottle, or $5 the dozen.
Mandrake Pills, 25c porboxs
lor sale by all druggzsts and storekeepers
October 24, 1863. 12-3 ins.
WINES & LIQUORS,
, - s1- 1 . - =' El. D. 13ENJAMIN,
-.,, . DEA/ ERIN ,
WINES & LIQUORS,
Picot Building, Marietta, Pc
BEGS leave to inform the public that he
will continue the WINE Sr, LIQUOR busi
ness, us all its branches. He will constantly
keep on baml all kinds of ,
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch
Whiskey; Cordials, Bitters,
Justly ,Celebrated Rose Whisky,'
ALWAYS ON HAND,
A very 'surerior OLD RYE WHISKEY
ust racciyo 3 which is warrtnted pure.
Er' All H. V. B. now asks of the public
is a careful examination Of his stock and pri
ces, which will, he is confident, result in Ho
telkeepers and,others finding it to their ad
vantage to make their PUrchases from I int
DR. WM. B. FAHNESTOCK,
•OFFICE:----Ivr AIN,ST., NEARLY OPPOSITE
Spangler &.Patterson's• Store.
t ' - Enoitt - 7 To SA: M.
OFFICE HOURS.:‘:' I.?' I. T 0.2. -
1 .4 .: , - "'• 6To7P. M.
G V. a E B:—Rio;Java•and
rr taguira Coffee;' Cc 'shed,' Pulverized' and
Brown Sugar ; Superior Green and Black'Tea ,
Rice; Cheese an,d-SPiCes i • Syrup and prithe ba;
king Molasses; 'txcellent Pearl - Barley 'at
I.' R. DIFFENBACH'S.
S. S. RATHVON,
Nerchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At 1 J. Kraraph's Old Stand, on the Cos
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets,, Lancaster, Penn'a,
Qlt A. T E l U L to the Citizens of Marietta
and 'vicinity, for the. liberal patronage
heretofore &vendee, 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, CA AS/AI EKES A ri n VYSTINGS, 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. *.
A LSO,—READ L'-DMA DE CLOTHENG,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Gooods
and such articles as useally belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
A LEXANDER LYNDSAY,
Boot and Shoe illantilacturer,
MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN.
Would most respectfully inform the citizens
of this Bormigh and neighborhood that he has
the largest as.soriznent. of City made work in
his line of business in this Borough, and be
ing a practical BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
himself,is e nablen to select with more judgment
than those who are not. He continues to man
ufacture in the very best manner everything
in the BOOT AND SHOE LINE, which he
wit/ warrant for neatness and good fit.
Call and examine his stock before pur
MARIETTA MARBLE YARD.
Michael Gable, Agt.,
MARBLE MASON AND STONE CUTTER.
Opposite the Town. Rail Park,
Marble business in all its branches,
I will be continued at the old plaCe, near
the Town Hall and opposite Funk's Cross Keys
r.N.Vern, where every description of marble
Sclork will lie kept on hand or made to order at
short notice and at very reasonable prices..
Marietta, June 29, 1861. 4971 y
The Soldiers True Friend Always Ready.
IiOLOW AY '§ OrivratANT.:---Leng marches,
sore and stiff 'jOints, blistered and inflamed
feet, all these the Soldiers, must endure,
MOTHERS, RE.HEDIRER TH w
IS, hen. your sons
are grasping theii inu.S6ets to meet danger,
think what relief a Single, pot of this A L L
HEALING & COOLING salve will give to the'
one you love wher far sway 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, while for SABRE CUTS a n d I.ltlnstror
Wo.nivnt , ' it stands, unequalled, removing and
preventing every vestige of. inflamation and
gently draWing the edges together, it..quickly
and completely heals the most frightful wound.
WITES AND SISTERS OF OUR. VOLUNTEERS
You cannot put into the Knapsacks of
your - husbands and brothers, a more.
Valuable orrnere necessary gift
than a supply of this
• Extraordinary Military Salve
The lonely sentry - walking his rounds at
night, exposed to drenching rains and chilled
night air, is often seized with most VIOLENT
PAINSj 'Cough and suffocating Hoarseness,
first symptoms of quick . consumption, but if
supplied with`- HolloWay's Pills and Hollo-'
way's Ointment, all daneer is averted, a few
Pills taken night and morning, and the Olin-
MOM rubbed twice a day over the throat
and chest will remove the severest pains and
stop the most distressing or dangerous cough.
Therefore we any to the whole Army
SOLDIERS ATTENTOiN !
• See to your own health, do not trust to the
Army supplies;although .most valuable.—
These Pills anOintment 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 ail
the Armies in .Europe; , and during the Crimean
Campaign he ,established a depet at Balaclava,
for the exclusive 'salt of these Gteat .Remegies.
many a time his' special Agent there has sold
over a ton in weight of the thrtment in a sinL
gle day. These terrible' and fatal enemies of
SOLDIER IN CAMP,
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, diseases
place in their hands these Precious Remediess
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 remedy for all the
casualties of the battle field. How many
thousands of lives would thus be saved who
would otherwise perish before relief could be
IMPORTANT CAurrox I—None are genuine
unless the words "Rollaway, 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 thaight. A hand
some reward will be given to any one render
ing such information as may leap to the de
tection of any party or parties counterfeiting
the medicines or vending the same, knowing
them to he spurious.
...Sold at the Manufactory of Professor
HOLLOWAi'i 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and
by, all respectable Druggists and Dealers in
Medicine, throughout the civilized world,in
boxes at 25 cents, lit cents, and $1 each.
N.B.Directions for the guidance of patients
th every disorder are affixed to each box. •
3:C4— There is a considerable saving by taking
the larger sizes. Dec.2o-1y -
Dealers in my tveli knowa . inedicineS can
have. SHOA' C.? EDS, cIRCI:TLARS., &C., sent them,
FREE OF EXPENSE, by ad,dressinE
80 Maiden Lane, New-york.
DR. J. z. HOFFER,
OF THE BALTIMORE COLLF,CE
OF DENTAL SURGERY,
LATE OF HAI3,RISBI4RO-.
F F I CE:—Front street, neat door to R.
VJ Williams' Drug Store, between Leeust
and . Walout a ;streets, Columbia.
U ItNETT'S Cocoaine. -A compound of
Cocoa-nut. Oil, &c., fr.ir dressing the Hair.
For efficacy and agreesialeness,, it is without
an equal. It prevents.fne hairfrom falling off.
It promotes its hcal - ..ny and vigorous growth.
It is not greasy or
It leaves no disargreeable odor.
It softens the hr.ir when hard and dry.
It soothes the 'aritated scalp skin:.
It affords the iiehest lustre.
It remains 'longest in efNct. Beane 8, Co.
VITINE AND LIQUORS.
Swderior Old Brandy, Old Rye'Whiskey,
Holland Gin, Old Maderia, Lisbon,•Slierry and
Yitt &Mug Whiskey always on hand at the
lowest market prices. Very Fine Brandy al
a w.try low figure. .
J. R. EAFFENBACII. Mark4-st
Hammeied and. Rolled Iron.
AGeneral assortment of Hammered and
Rolled Iron, H. S. Bars, Norway, Nail
Rods, American and Geonan Spring
and Cast Steel, Wagon Boxes, Iron
Axles, Springs for Smiths, &e.
For sale at PATTERSON 4- CO'. .:S
9 - 1 HE Largest and best assortment of Fancy
Cl o th & Cassiroeres and vesting ever offered
in-tbis market and will be sold at prices wide)]
deffeoinpetition by J. R.,Diffimbach.
T° 'LANDLORDS! Just, received , Seeteh
and Irish watraa
ted pure, at 11. D. Beejamain's.
T HL EARLY PHYSICAL
DEGEN ERAC Y OF
JUST PUBLISHED BY DR. A. STONE,
Physician to the Troy Lung and Hygienic
A TREATISE on the causes of early Phys
ical decline of Ameri c a n people : • The
cause of Nervous Debility, Consumption and
illarasmus. This work is one of high moral
toile, written in chaste, yet thrilling language,
and appeals dirrrt to the moral rokismousness of
ALL PARENTS and goardians especially. de
tailing scieLtitic and reliable aids and treat
ment for cure.
It will be sent by mail on the receipt of two
three tent postage"statuns.
11:3 Parents and Guardians! Fail not 10
send and obtain this book.
ft."P Young men ! Fail not to send and get
this hook. Ladies you should at once secure a
copy of this book.
A word of solemn conscientious advice to'
those who will reflect.
A class of maladies, prevail to ,a fearfiil ex
tent in the community, dooming at least 100,‘ .
000 youth of both sexes annually, .to an early
grave. Those diseases age very imperfectly'
, understood. Their external manifestation, or
symptoms are Nervons Debility Relaxation
and EXilallAll9ll Marasmus or wasting and
cOnsumption of the tissues of the whole body.;
shortness of breathing Or hurried breathing on
ascending, a hill or flight of stairs;, great pal
pitation of the Heart . ; Asthma; Bronchitis and
sore Throat; shaking of the Hands and Limbs •
aversion to society and to business or study;
dimness of eyesight. loss of Memory, dizziness
of the Head, Neuralgia, Painjn various parts
of the body; Pains in the back or limbs, Luna.
bag,o, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, irregularityof
the bowels, deranged secretions
,of the .I . liii.l-
neys and other glands of the body, as Leacher
rimer of Fleur Albus. &c. Likewise 4.ilepsy;
Hysteria and NeryoUS: SphgrOs.
Now in ninety-nine cases.out Of every,one
hundred, all the above limited ,discirders, and , a,
host of others not named, as (. I ritisnniption Of
the Lungs and that mosV.inaidicius, and ,
form of Lmsomption of . -the Spinal Nerves,
known as Tabes Doisales, and Tabes ntesen7
tefica, have their'seat and origin ia, diseases
of the Pelvic Viscera. .Hence the want of
success on the part of Old schbol 'practices in,
treating syrriptornS only.
Dr. Andrew lzUcine - ' Physician to the 'roy
Lung and Hygienic Institation;* now en,
gaged in treating this class of 'modern 'mala
dies with, the most astonished. Succes.s. The
treatment adopted by the institution , * new ; •
it is based upon scientific principles, withnew
discovered remedies, with Out
sons. The facilities of cure are such' that pa
bents can be cured at their homes, in any , part
of the country, from accurate. description's of
their case, by letter ; and have the medicines
sent by mail or express. Printetliaterrogat
ries will be forwarded on application.
31 Consumption, Catarrh and diseasei of
the throat cured as well at the Home of the
Patients as at the Institution, by sending' the
Cold Medicated Inhaling altamie. Vapors,.,
with inhaler and ample directions' for
use; and direct correspondence.,
Patients applying for interrogifives : .'or
advice, must enclose return stamps, 'to ' meet
The attending Physician will be hued•
at the Institution for consultation,' from 9 a.
in. to 9p. m., each day. • • • - .'
Sunday in the forenoon: -•
Address DR. ANDREW STONE ) • -
Physician to the Troy Lung and hygienic In
stitute, and Physician for- , Diseases of the
heart, Throat and Lungs, 96 ;Fiftl4-Stre6t,.
Troy, N. Y.
FAIL AND WINTER CAMPAIGN'.
- SPANGLER & PATTERSON
Take great pleasure in announcing that they
have just received an extensive stock of care
fully selected Goods, to. which the attention
of the public is directed and an early call so
The Ladies' Department
has received especial attention and erabracea
all the novelties of the season in the way of
Balck and Fancy Silks,Colored. Alpacas,
Foulard Silks,Lyon ese Cloths,
French Monnoes,. OrientarlAstres;
Wool Delaines, Scotch!Clan Plaids,
Valencias, Mixed Delaines &e
In all patterns and colors.
of Calicoes—good quality, madder colors, war
ranted not to fade, at 17 cents, which cannot
In all colors.
&awls ! Shawls!!
Stella, Thibert, Watervleit,, Waterloo and
Middlesex Shawls, square and long, - in all':
styles and colors, to suit all tastes, at unusual
Housekeepers are directed to our•stocli of
Flannels, Br'n & brektdMuslins,
Tick ings, Lindseys, 'VP ' '
Checks, , Woollen Yarns:,
Rag and Ingrain Carpets
Table and Floor Oil Cloths,
Linen and Cotton Table Diaper,.
Huckabacic and. Crash Towelings..
Head-nets, Hosiery, . Gloves, White Goods,
'Collars, Setts .Embroidery, Needle-Work
and Hemstitched Handkerchiefs and
a full line of Trimmings.
Are invited. to examine onr sleek of Cloths,
Cassi metes and Vestings, Cassinetts, Youth's
Cassimeres ' Jeans, &c., of which - our Stock
has never been more complete or 'better .4e:-
We have just replenished the stock and are
now offering Syrups, Sugars; Salt and Pm
visions at the lowest market prices:
a" An early call is solicited. •
SPANGLER Er PATTERSOIVI ,
Marietta, September,. 1863.
Tha Glatt Ferry_
THIS old. Ferry—one of themldesCand roor*
safe crossings on the Susqueharina River—
is now in clrarge of the undersigned, who. hs.
refitted the old and built new boats, which
enable him tondo ferrying with safety and dia.. ,
patch. .No unnecessary delay need be enduree.
Sober and experienced Ferrymen always en'
gaged. No imposition in charges. as<the fol
lowing list will show;
Farm Wagons, each
Horses, per head.
Single horse and. rider, :25 . 5
• Two-horse Carriage and two, pettier/00:p
Buggy, - horse and two persons, 150
Foot Passengers, each, -
Stock of kinds at the old charges,
All Luggage over fifty pounds, 2.5 cents 'per!
100 pounds extra.
July i 5, 1863
T. C. FAHNESTOCK,
nESPECTFULLY offers his profession;
, services, to the' citizens of Marietta an
assuring then's, that all operations it
truste4,to his care, either in Operative or M.
shartieal Dentistry, will be execnted in a th•
roughly, scientice manner.
OFFICE :On '11,16,in street, a few doors toe
of the Post Office.- [v9-35-IY.
11 - TICKORY & Oak Wood, i5O Cords sadi
_Ej., Hickory add Oak Wood. Orders Mo . ?'
be'adciai,apapied - with the cash wbe'nthey*ill
be promptly Hie. Spengler & Pattersonl