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P. L. Baker, Editor,
MARIETTA. PA :
8421M,DAY, DECEIIIIIOI 5, 1863.
TArtlE, PR:AMORAL • CURRENCY .1--
Tlll6 teßAnt that the new fractional
currency is to be withdrawn, is incor
rect.*Arg,tha.contrary, the issue which
blyklideady.begun will continue.as fast
asAltno,tes . can be prepared. Some of
the objections which have been made
to it, are unfounded ; and although it
InVeybe admitted that it is not hand
souse, it,ie believed it offers special
security against counterfeiting, particu
larly •bylhe dangerous processes of pho
tography. The bronzed ring or seal on
the face. of the fractional notes, which
has,hceu criticised as an unsuccessful
at4ll4o,at ornament, is put on with no
vier to. that design, but solely to pre
voa counterfeiting by photography. It
is,the mark of a yellow mordant which
bi l teit into the .very substance of the
note, afterwards bronzed, but always
yejlow, , and -which, like all yellows,
met' inevitably appear as black in a
The same effect will be produced even
of the bronze is worn, off, when the
yollow beais of the ring will appear.—
The detiomihation of each Dote is print
e4 ritli a similar mordant, in outline
leftere, furnishing an additional protec
tienMeinst-counterfeiting. The faces
ol'Allthe notes are printed in black, and
the backs in different colors, according
to E gie
,denomination. The, fifty cent
pieces. t have red back, the twenty-fives
purple, the tens green and the fives tan
color. The paper is of a peculiar man
uhiobire, remarkably heavy, and it is
belierved.that it will be readily distin
gnisbedfrom other paper by the touch.
Or The Governer has appointed
Hen.. Lltwrence L. McGriffin, of Law
rence county, President Judge of the
Seventeenth Judicial District, to fill the
vacancy occasioned by the election of
Judge Agnew to the Supreme Bench.—
The agent of the State in the Depart
ment of the Southwest having bean com
pelled to return borne in consequence of
health, the Governor has despatched
Won. *M. M. Francis, of Lawrence
county, to Chattanooga, to look after
this sick and , wounded Pennsylvanians.
Be will.be followed on Monday by Sur
geon General King. Agents of the
State, will , also shortly be sent to Mor
ris Island, Key. West end North Caro
lina, Le lock after the welfare of Penn
sylvania troops on the southern coast.
ier A Chattanooga correspondent,
writing on the Brd, says : "A rebel de
eerier came in yesterday, and reports
that our dead are still unburied on the
battle-field of Chickamauga. He was
one of those appointed to gather up the
anal,' balls, clothes, and other debris of
the fight, bat was compelled to abandon
the work on account of the unbearable
stench arising from the decomposing
bndies of our fallen brothers and sons.
Ni saw several lying where the wagon
Wetly passed over them.
.plir Miss E. M. Goldsborough, Miss
Nannie, Miss Virginia and Miss Julia
Letuaa,pf Baltimore, were arrested on
Saturday, in that city, by the military
authorities, charged with being disloyal,
and sent to Fortress Monroe, whence
they will be taken inside of the rebel
libes, not to return North during' the
war, no pain of being tried as rebel spies.
rA few days since, a lot of negroes
collected at the Richmond gas-works
fo g raligious purposes. They were cap
tured Pith° police, who took forty-three
into.custody, and after a hearing before.
,Obandler, each man received ten
This item may be commended
to the aCtention of Bishop Hopkins, the
aprolOgisi of slavery.
['The new fractional notes have
upon the , face a faint oval ring of bronze
encircling the vignette. Upon being
asked its use, Mr. Chase said : "It was
a feint attempt on the part of Mr. Clark
to give the new currency a metallic'
' ' •
oir Mrs. Jane hi. Tierce, wife of ex-
Preitdent. Pierce, died in 4ndover,
Mass.', on Wendeeday last. She had
Win in very feeble health for several
.isrpour bears were killed last week,
iti)Bleir.county. They were discovered
taking`a walk along the turnpike, in the
via*, of a dwelling house.
It . is . . &Dirtied that no lees than
Eve attempts at negro ineutrietion have
bowman in Georgia since the month
it st ated that, the venerable
fathou'of General Grant is the owner
ocleveml thonaan&acrea of land,.
e General Banks has taken Browns
vine, Corpna.Chriettand Brazos Inland,
'resat/. The work goes-braTely on,
PROFITABLE INVESTMENTB.—The Phila.
delphia North American gives some ex
cellent advice to those who wish to in
vest money. It is well for all who are
in funds to heed the counsel :—"Though
money has been temporarily scarce,
capital continues abundant ; and the
recent tumble in the stock market has
brought capitalists to a realizing sense
of the unreliable character of many of
the securities dealt in. It is greatly to
the credit of the Government that its
loans, of all the securities daily dealt in
on the market, have maintained their
integrity of price better than almost
anything else. Its Five-Twenty year
six per cent, loan, the interest on which
is promptly paid in gold, has been sub
scribed to, all through the pressure in
the money market, at an average of more
than two millions per day. And what
is not the least gratifying fact in con
nection with the daily large subscrip
tions to this popular loan, scarcely any
of it is returned to the market for sale.
It is taken for investment, and is held
with unfaltering confidence in its relia
bility. And why should it not be ? It
is seen that the Government now, after
two years of the most gigantic war that
the world has ever known, experiences
no difficulty in commanding the neces
sary means to prosecute it, or in paying
regularly the interest in- gold as it falls
due. If this can be done while the war
is being waged, who can anticipate any
difficulty in readily accomplishing it
when the war shall be ended ? What
better investment then, for capital, than
the "Five-Twenty" Government loan
But if any doubt, let him refer to the
statistics furnished by the census tables
of the various nations of the world. The
facts which they present will prove the
most satisfactory mode of dispelling the
numberless gloomy apprehensions which
are being continually conjured up by
those who are disposed to exaggerate
the extent of the calamity occasioned
by our rebellion. A reference to the
state of most of the prosperous nations
of the old world clearly disproves such
a position, and shows that the highest
conditions of national advancement have
not been materially affected by the ex
tended wars in which those nations have
been immemorially engaged, and that a
heavy national indebtedness has not
proved an unmitigated evil.
"For instance, Great Britain, France
and the Netherlands will undoubtedly
be conceded to represent the highest
prosperity that has been attained by
any of the European nations. And yet
no nations have been called upon to en
dure fiercer or more prolonged wars,
domestic and foreign, than they. The
effect has been, unquestionably, to incur
an enormous national indebtedness ; but
neither their wars nor their indebted
ness have had the effect to destroy their
elasticity, nor to check the progress of
their general prosperity. The result
would have been different, probably, if
these nations had been falling into de
cay, instead of being, as they really
were, in a state of development ; and in
this respect their case resembles our
own, with enormous advantages in our
favor. These nations, while undergoing
the trials of war, were oppressed by the
evils of an immense exodus of their peo
ple, caused by the density of their pop
ulation, the impossibility to provide oc
cupation for them, the low price of la
bor, and the scarcity of territory. Com
pared with our own country, they pos
sessed slight room for future develop
ment ; they were settled in every part,
and no vast territory lay invitingly open
to encourage enterprise and settlement.
Their great problem has ever been what
to do with their surplus population,
which , in its turn, has sought new fields
for adventure and self-support in coun
tries like our own, where an illimitable
territory waits to be developed, and
where incalculable resources invite in
dustry and energy. The encouragement
to be derived from these facts and com-'
parisons of circumstances is very great,
and to the mind of any dispassionate
reasoner is conclusive that the course of
this great country is onward and up
ward, and that its credit will live unim
paired to the end."
spir The tobacco crop of 1863 is larger
than that of last year by nearly fifty mil
lions of pounds, although the frost in
the Western States was very injurious
to it. But one-half of the crop there
had been gathered before the frost of
October 18th, and seventy-five per cent.
more ground had been planted thus in
C's A police officer of Louisville ar
rested two of Morgan's captains, R.
Sheldon and R. B. Taylor,' who escaped
with him from Columbus. They were
found about six miles east of Louisville
and were placed in the county jail,—
Meilen himself is not in Canada as re
or The Muscatine (Iowa) Journal
says : "Cedar, river is said to be literal.
ly, swarming with wild geese. Corn
fields are devastated, and, people living
in the bottoms declare that it is almost
impossible to sleep, so annoying is their
wild and discordant music."
Resolutions have been 'proposed
in thilliissouri Legislature to instruct
Senators and ROpresentatives to vote
for - an amendment to the Constitution
forever prohibiting slavery in the Uni
General News Items.
Brigadier Generalßobert Anderson,
the hero of Sumter, has been placed up.
on the retiring list by the President- of
the United States, upon the recommen—
dation of the Retiring Board. The re
tirement of Gen. Anderson is under
stood to be in entire concurrence with
his wishes, as the health of the great
soldier has long been such as to neces
sitate his seeking a condition of perma
The Washington Star announces that
the difficulty about the exchange of
prisoners grows almost wholly out of
the refusal, on the part of the rebels, to
exchange the negro soldiers and their
officers, or to say whether they are still
alive or have been murdered.
A tub of pickled feet (of Chinese la
dies) has been received at the Huuterian
Museum, London. They show the ef
fects of the Chinese system of compres.
sion—in one case the outer toes are ac
tually doubled under the sole, making
the foot only four and a, half inches long,
and other strange deformities are seen
in all the specimens.
It is stated by manufacturers of arti
ficial wooden limbs, that they make
eight left legs for soldiers to two r ght,
and about the same proportion of right
arms to left ones, showing that about
four times as many lose their left legs
as right, and four right arms to one left.
Mrs. Agnes B. Allen, widely celebra
ted as the relative of Ethan Allen, of
revolutionary fame, and the possessor of
the sword of the old hero— that sword
with which the British commandant at
Ticonderaga was menaced and com
pelled to surrender, "in the name of the
Great Jehovah and the Continental
Congress"—died suddenly at Lamont,
Michigan, on Tuesday of last week.
The richest individual in England is
the Marquis of Westminister, whose
daily income is estimated at $5,000.
The Rothschilds, four of them, are the
tidiest house in Europe, and their in
come is estimated at nine millions a
year, or a thousand dollars an hour.
National Banks on Secretary Chase's
plan, are starting all over the country.
They are based on U. S. Stocks, so that
if the banks break, the holders of notes
are not swindled. The Copperheads
are down on them, and pronounce them
un-con-sti•tu-tion-al, but the masses of
the people will sustain them neverthe
There are 2,800 men employed at the
Springfield Arsenal, who complete 900
muskets daily. There are in the Arsen
al 133,000 pieces stored, of which 40,000
are kept boxed ready to be sent away.
The rebels say they have almost no
thing wherewith to feed the Union
prisoners at. Richmond, yet the Common
Council of that city have just voted
$60,000 to buy a house for Gen. Lee.
An old lady named Mrs. Miller, aged
between eighty and ninety years, died
last week, in Pottsgrove township,
Montgomery county, in whose bed was
found, carefully sewed up, one hundred
dollars in gold, and a considerable quan
tity of silver.
Mrs. Dow, widow of the famous Lo
renzo, died a few days ago at Montville,
Conn., leaving this singular will: "She
leaves the whole of her estate ($6 000)
to the town of Montville, 'for the pur
pose of building fmkr stone arch bridges
in specified places in the town." The
town, in public meeting, has refused to
accept the gift, and the amount goes to
On Wednesday night, the 18th ult.,
an old gentleman named Ira Gay, in re
turning home through the streets of
Keene, N. H., stumbled head downward
into a post hole, dug by the side of the
street where premises were undergoing
repairs. Unable to extricate himself,
he was not discoveied until daylight,
when he was quite dead.
A pure white deer was recently shot
lc Minnesota. his a pure white,
with pink eyes and hoofs, and has not a
spot of any, other color on its hide. It
weighs seventy-five pounds, sod is about
a year old.
Whisky in Richmond is a dollar and
fifty cents a drink. A man is as proud
of being drunk there as ever - an old fel
low was of having the gout.
A coal operator in Carbon has sold
his lease on some lands there, with the
machinery thereon, for seven hundred
thousand dollars. A few years ago the
same operator was bankrupt.
A $3OOO sword, designed for General
Hooker, is on exhibition in New York.
It is the gift of his California friends,
and ie resplendent with gold and jew
Private advisee' from New Orleans
sate that, rip to Nov. 15, half a million
dollars kod been subscribed toward the
capital of a National bank.
In 1862, 30,000 pounds of opium were
imported into this country. Qpium
eating is fearfully on the increase.
It is said that the new and mean post
al not to be recalled, but that issues
are daily, going on.
MajOr Gen Oral Schenck' has resignqd
in the army, to take a seat in Congress.
IDENTITY ASCERTAINED :—The identity
of the dead soldier who was found on
the bloody field of Gettysburg, with the
picture of his three pretty little children
tightly clasped in his hands, has been
ascertained vritbin a day or two. The
wide publicity given to the touching
circumstance through the mediam of the
press produced the desired result. The
name of the deceased was Hummerton,
and his widow and three children reside
at Portville, Catteragna county, New
York. Large numbers of photographic
copies of the picture upon which the
dying eyes of the warrior-father closed,
have been sold, and the profits realized
from their sale will be appropriated to
the benefit of the children. It is hoped
that a sufficient sum may be realized in
this way and by future sales to aid ma
terially in the education of the little
ones who were made orphans at Gettys
NEW DEPOT :—The freight depot for
the Pennsylvania. Railroad Company,
which is being erected at Sixteenth and
Market streets, Philadelphia, will be
one of the largest of the kind in the
country. It will have a front on. Mar
ket street of 214 feet, and a depth on
Sixteenth street of 306 feet, extending
to Filbert street. The Market street
front will be ornamented with iron col
umns, and the structure will be of the
most substantial character. Six tracks
will enter the, depot from Market street,
two single and two double ones. The
cellars will be used for the storage of
of goods. The work is now progress
ing, and will be finished, if the weather
will admit of it, in a few months.
FATAL SPORT :—EaTlyin last Septem
ber a party of six men, with whom Mi
chael Donaven was drinking, in Balti
more, secretly poured some Croton oil
in a bottle of porter, which Donaven
drank. From that time the man suffered
severely from the effects of the oil, and
died on Saturday. All the men con
cerned in drugging the porter were ar
rested on Tuesday, and committed to
await the action of the Grand Jury. In
"playing a trick" on a companion, they
have caused his death, and exposed
themselves to a trial for homicide.—
Such fun the law will probably punish
The St. Paul Press says : "Eigh_
teen boxes containing specimens of
animals, collected by some naturalist in
the Red River country, passed through
the city yesterday,• directed to the
Smithsonian Institute. In the same lot
was a moose.head and horns, weighing
56 pounds, a most elegant specimen . ;
also a buffalo head, weight, 35 pounds ;
two elk (or red deer) heads and antlers,
weight, 38 pounds. They were directed
to the 'King of Italy,' and sent to him
thro' the American &press Company."
er The United States authorities
seem to be determined to put an end to
the frauds committed upon the soldiers.
They have just had a coffee contractor
tried for delivering an article inferior to
his contract, and, sent him, after sen
tence, to, the Albany Penitentiary for
five years. The Shoddyites had better
take the hint, and be satisfied. with hon
est gains. A-few lessons like this may
tend to convince them that ,honeity is
the best policy. '
illirGen. Leslie Coombs, of Kentucky,
having insinuated in a recent communi
cation to the Louisville Journal, that
"General Carl Shurz, and his 'gang of
freedom-shriekers,' fled at Chancellors
villa." Gen. Shurz, in a letter to the
same pap.er says that. Gen. Coombs lies,
and challenges him to a contest of per
sonal bravery ou the next battle-field
against the Rebels. This would be
much better than a hand-to-hand conflict
between the two belligerents.
er Dick Busteek, of New York, l wbo
has been appointed to succeed Judge
Lane as Judge of the Alabama District,
has led an eventful life. Be was origin
ally ['journeyman printer, then studied
law, then became corporation counsel,
then a Brigadier-General, and now as
sumes the ermine. Those who know
Mr. Busteed best say that a very godd
compositor was lost: when he left the
Er The, Russian Admiral and his
fleet have gone to Fortress Monroe to ,
put into winter quarters. The Admiral
declined the nee of the Brooklyn Navy
Yard, oi the ground that the anchorage
at Monroe will be safer and , better, and
he will be able to keep his officers on
shipboard, which is now impossible.
The Cecil Democrat 'says that
several farmers in Queen Amie county,
Maryland, having lost their slaves, have
sent to Germany for a ship load of emi
grants. The number of free'negrods in
Chi neighborhood is•too small to make
good the loss in slaves.
sir The resignation of Chief. Justice
Taney and Secretary Chase are stated ,
by a Copperhead newspaper to be in the ,
hands of the President, the present
Secretary of the Treasury to become
Chief Justice , after the assemblage. of
eir A. speech' delivered by Robert
Toombs before the Georgia Legislature
stacks the rebel Administration' in its
ruinous currency system, and its tyran•
fir A telegram announces the arrival
of the escaped Gen. Morgan in Toronto,
Canada. The circumstances of his es
cape, by cutting:and digging under the
prison, have the usual character of ad
venture which belongs tothis•somewhat
romantic outlaw. A letter. left by the
brickmason of Morgan's fugitive party,
states that it took sixteen days, with a
couple of small knives, and three hours'
work per day, for the band to effect
Friends & Relatives of the Soldiers & Sailors.
TT OLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINT
MENT.—AII who have Friends and
Relatives in the Army or Navy, should take
special care, that they be amply supplied 'with
these Fills and Ointment; and where the
brave Soldieraand-Sailors have neglected to
provide themselves with them, no better pres
ent can be sent them bytheir friends. They
have been proved. to be the Soldier's never
failing-friend in the hour of need.
COUGHS AND COLDS AFFECTING TROOPS.
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 !
Those feelings which so sadden us, usually
arise from trouble or annoyances, obstructed
prespiration, or eating and drinking whatever
is unwhOlesome; thus disturbing the healthful
action of the liver and stomach. These organs
must be relieyed, if you desire to do ,well.—
The Pills, taking according to the p*Mted
instructions, will. uickly produce a healthy ac
tion in both liver and stomach, and as a natu
ral consequence a clear head and good appeiite.
Weakness and debility induced by over Faligue,
Will soon disappear by the, use of these in.
valuable Pills, and the Soldier will quickly
acquire additional strength. 'Never let the
bowels be either confined or unduly acted
upon.'" It intiY - seetit 'Strange that Holloway's
Pills should be' recommended for Dysentery
and Flux, many persons supposing' that they
would increase the relaxation. This is a
great mistake, for these Pills will correct the
liver and stomach and thus remove all 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_ matter of
course. Nothing will stop, the relakation of
the Bowels so sure as this famous : medicine.
VOLUNTEERS ATTENTION I
Sores and Ulcers, Blotches and Swellings
can with certainty be radically cured if the
Pills are taken ; night and. morning, and the
Ointment be freely used as stated in the printed
nstructions. If treated in any other manner
they dry up in one part to break out in another.
Whereas this Ointment will remove the
former from the system and leave the Patients
in vigorous and healthy man. It will require
as little 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 us Holloway's Pills and Ointment.—
The pour wounded and almost dying sufferer
might have his wounds dressed immediately,
if be would only provide himself with this
matchless Ointment, which should be thrust
into the wound and smeared all around it, then
cover it with apiece of linen from his Knap
sack and compressed with a handkerchief.—
Taking night and morning 6 or 8 Pills, to cool
the system and prevent inflamation.
Every Soldier's Knapsack and Seaman's
Chest should,be.provided with these invalua
IMITTLTA NT CAUTION !—None are genuine
unless the words 4, HOLLOWAY, NEW Tom:
and Loanorr," are discernible as a Watet
7aark in every.leaf oi the book of directions,
around each pot or box.; the same May be
plainly seen by holding 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 Spurious:
•.•Sold at the Manufactory of Professor
HOLLOWAY, SO Maiden Lane, New York,
and by all respectable Druggists and Dealers
in Medicine throughout the civilized world,
in pots, at 25c. 62c. and $1 each.,
N.B.—Directions for the guidance of patients
in every disorder are adixed to each pot.
irk. There is considerable saving by taking
he larger sizes. pec,2G-ly
113-71Jealers in my well known medicines can
have SHOW CARDS, CIRCOLARS, ST.C., gent them,
FREE OF EXPENSE, by addressing
80 . ,Maiden Lane, New7York.
31latelm, eloefis btu
H. L.-8t E. J. ZAI-114
ESPEC3 FULLY inform then
SII friends and the public that they
, still continue the WATCH, CLOCK
ti WELR F business at the old
stand, North-Weid Corner of North
Queen street and Center Square, Lancaster, Pa.
A full assortment of goods in our line of busi
ness always en hand andlor sale at the lowest
cash rates. 1L Repairing attended to per
sonally by the proprietors. '
Lancaster, January 1; - 1859. •
The American -Watches.
Fr HE American Watches are among the best
J timekeepers now in' use; and for durability
strength and simplicity far surpass any other
watch made in the world. , ,
H. L.A. E. J. Z A
Corner of North. Queen-st., 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
T. 'C. FAIINESTOCK,
11 . 41- ak. • RAGE•OII
RESPECTFULLY offers his professional
services to the citizens of Marietta and
vicinity, assuring theca that all operations in
trusted to his care, either in Operative or Me
chanical Dentistry, will be executed rn s tho
roughly scientifc• manner. • • •
OFFICE : On Main street, afew doors west
of tke Post Office., [ro9-35-Iy.
FXECUTOR'S NOTlCE.—Estate of Maria
Rigler a late•of the Borough of Marietta,
deceased. Letters of administration on said
estate having been granted to the undersigned,
all, personsm,debted thereto are requested to
immediate settlement, and thosehaving claims
or demands Uplink the same will pmsent them
without delay for settlement to the undersign
ed, residing in said. Borough.
• GEO.- W. - STAHL, Executor. ,
Marietta, October 10, 1863-6t]
DR. J..Z. HOFFER,
;OF THE' BALTIMORE COLLEGE
i seatisas OF DENTAL SURGERY,
LATE OF HARRISBURG.
OFFICE:—Front street, next door to R.
Williams' Drug Store, between'Locust
sad Walnut streets, Columbia.
Hammer , ed and . Rolled Iron.
assortment of ' Hammered. and
Rolled Iron, 11. S. Bars, Norway,' Nail
ode American and Geeman Spring
and ' Cast ''Steel, Wagon. Boxes, Iron '
Axles, Springs for Smiths, &e.
For sale at .PATTERSPN . er CO'S.
J. R. DlFREN.BACELhavingiaid in,a very
serviceable stock of strong and well-made
WINTER, CLOTHING, '
such as Coats, Pants and Vests, which will be
sold at a •Ipw.er figure than can be bought '
where else. Come and bear the prices.
FOR A MEDICINE
That will cure Coughs,
tickling in the Throat,
Or relieve Consumptive Cough,
AS QUICK AS
NES 00110 B'AMMT.
OVER FIVE THOUSAND BOTTLES
Have been sold in its native town, and not
single instance of its failure is known.
We have, in our possession, ;any quantity of
certificates, some of them from eminent phys
icians, who have used it in their practice, and
given it the pre-eminence over any other com
pound. It does not dry up a Cough, but loosens
it, so as to enable the patient
TO EXPECTORATE FREELY.
Two or three (lobes will invariably cure tickling
in the _throat.
A Half Bottle has often completely cured the
ROST STUBBORN COUGNA - •
and yet, though it is so sure and speedy in its
operation, it is perfectly harmless, being,pure
ly vegetable. It is very agreeable to the taste
and may be administered to children of any age.
In cases of Croup we will guarantee a , cure,
if taken in season. n;" No Faxii.v should be
without st. It is within the reach of all, the :
PRICE BitING ONLY 25 CENTS.
And if an investment and a thorough trial
does not 'back up , ' the above statement, the ,
money will be refunded. We say this *novo
ins its merits and feeling confident that:one.
trial will secure for it a home in every house
hold. It:3 — Do not waste away with coughing,
when so smalt - an investment will cure you.
3t may be had of any respectable druggist, who
will furnish'yon with a circular of genuine
certificates of cures it has made.
C. G. CLARK, Propiiiteirit,
Sept. 24-6 m) New-Haven, et.
Fars cp P'u.rs
ALL KINDS OF
For Ladies and Children's IVear.
I wish to return my thanks to my friends nl 4 -
Lancaster and surrounding counties, for their
very liberal patronage extended to the timing
the last few years, and would say to them that
1 now have in store; of my own importation
and manufacture a very extensive assortment.
of ,all the diflcrent kinds and qualities of fancy
furs for ladies and children, that willibe worn"
during the Fall and Winter seasons.
Being the dtrect importer of all My FURS.
from Europe, and having them all manufactu
red under my own supervision--enalties me to.
offer my customers and the public a much
HANDSOMER SET OF FURS'
for the same money. Ladies please give me at
call before purchasing! Please remeinber the
name,. number and street.
JOHN FAREIRA, 718 ArtcH-sT ,
Sept. 17-.sins.] PH ILA DELPHVi •
NEW AND 1.-
O A . Xeneg
Sucrtsoor to Zr.
PR. LANDIS hiving purchased the entire'
Interest and good will of Dr. F. Hinkle's
g Store; would take tl is opportunity to in
form the citizens of Marietta and the public.
generally, that having just received - from Phil
adelphia a large addition to the old stock, he:
will spare no pains to kee • coustantly,on hatidt
the best and most complete assortment of eve
rything in the drug line. ..
Hof of Neil effia Toilet 'Articles,
consisting inililtrt of Gerimtn, French and Eng..
lish perfnmery, Shaving Spans and Creams,'
Tooth and Nail Brushes, ihifialo and other
Flair combs, Hair Oils, Pomades,etc.
Port Monies, Pocket Books, Puff nu
and Powder Bos es, 6-c., §-c
The celebrated Batchelor's HAIR' DYE,.
DeCoata's and other Tooth Washes, India Cols -
gogue, Tricoperous, for the hair, Bay
Rum, Arnold's Ink, large and small sized hot
ties, Balm of a Thousan.l Flowers, Flour 01
Rice, Ctirn Starch, Heckel's Parini, all kinds
of pure Ground Spices, Compound Syrup of
Phosphate, or Chemical food, an excellent ar
ticle for eronic dyspepsia and a tonic in Con-
somptive cases, Rennet, for coagulating milk,
an excellent preperation for the table ;, Table
Oil—very fine—bottles in two sizes. Pare Coil';.
Liver Oil. All of Heel's Perfumery,potnades
soups, &c. His Kathairon or Hair Reatorativa
is now everywhere acknowledged the best.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
OF BOOKS AND STATIONARY:
Sheet, Music always on hand, and prow/red
by, weekly orders from the city.
Havidg secured the services of Mr. Harrison
Roth, formerly of the firm of Grove & Roth, ` l, .
.he feels confident that he can accommodate
as well as please his numerous patrons and
Old Port, Sherry and Madeira Wines and
Brandies for medical purposes.
The Doctor can be professionally consulted
at the store when not enoged elmewnere.
Remember the place, opposite the Post
Office, formerly Doctor Hinkle's.
vzig i SUPPLER & BRO.,
IRON AND BRASS
le 0 "CINDERS r
And General. Machinists, Second streee'
Below Union, Columbia, Pa.
They are prepared to make all kinds of Iron
Castings for Rolling Mills and Blast Families,
Pipes, for Steam, Water and Gas ; Coltimns,
Fronts, Cellar Doors, Weights, &c., foe Buil
ding% and castings of every description ;
STEAM ENGINES, AND BOILERS
IN THE MOST MODERN AND UNPROVED
Pumps, Brick Presses, Malting and
Pulleys, Mill Gearing, Taps, Dies, Machinery
for Mining and Tanning ; Brass Bearings,
Steam & Blast Gauges, Lubricators, Oil Cocks,.
valves for Steani, Gas, and Water; , Brass Fit
tings in all their variety; Boilers, Tanks, Flues,
Resters, Stacks, Bolts, Nuts, Vault ; Doors,
Washers, &c. i.
BLACKSARTHING in GEN.ERIL
From longexperience in building machin i try we
flatter ourselves that we can give general satis
faction to those who may favor us with their
orders. IE3 - Repairing promptly attendid to.
Orders by mail addressed as above, will meet
with prompt attention. Prices to suit the times.
' Z. SUPPLER,
T. R. SUPPLER%
Columbia;Oetober 20. 1880 . 14`tf
rLATED WARE A Large and tme stock
of Plated ware at H. L. & E. J. Unit's.
mere/ North Queen street & Center Square
Lancaster, Pa. Tea Betts, hi variety, Coffee
Urns. Piteheis, Goblets, Salt Stands; Cake
Baskets,Card Baskets, Spoons, Forks, Enivei,,.
Casters&c.,&c.i at manufacturers prices.
&E. J. ZAHM'S. A ...-
Cot. North Queen st. and Centre SquaWlir i p4
caster, ' Our c priceit are moderate and' alr
goods warranted to be as representell.'
RarLarma attended to v $ odenite rates.
Q T.• CROIX A ND a'.IYGLANDRUM
for Culinary Turp*Bovarranted genuine
JOON FAR} 11,4
718 A itui-sti
below Eighth, sotith
AND DEALER 1e