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• HANNIBAL HAMLIN, of Maine.
AN DILE*" G. C.i.7 COl.l PTV
TITADDEUS- STEVEN% city
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• HAMILTON, Paradise,
JOHN A. HIESTA PA City.
"` FOR • TIIE LECIiiILATCRE.
JosErn 'Hoop, Bart Tatonshii4 ,
- MICHAEL Wqat Ponegai,
301111 M. STEILINAB L ROT, ,
,HENRY M. WRIT E, , Qty.
S. W, P. - .l3loiril,Fulton.
For Prothonotary: o
• Prima MARTIN;' EArata.
GEORGE C. •HAW . THORN, Manor.
, - ,Por -
• Czoaoi SiidsbUry.
. For Clerk of Quarter Sessions,
HENRY MOBBED, StTO3bll9 . g. •
-raele" . 7oar Clerk of Orphans.' Court,
• SAMUEL M. MYERS, MOititi Joy.
Josue Donza. Manor.. •
.for...Ditectors of the Poor, ,
Wir.Lx.4ei S. ,MARTIN, Coleraine,
Aseillaissi H. METZCA.R; COBC3iOgO
ISRAEL 2ARTZWAN, Elizabeth.
For Prison &victors, •
JACOB B: Bliuseutrar ) Alehencloy nap.,
....1 1 1 11 P.ar WiPcSIBPEEPPEILL Drultore•
DAVIEL EIALRER; Elizabeth/stmt.
WILLIAM VON fl.ElTA:BreCknork.
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'he best an
f the va
of the h
r end •
• Gni. Jour/ PArrox: We are glad to
find in allumber of our Western Penn
oylvap)a exchonges. a very general-satis
fllniinn at tip nomination of-this gentle
in,seforiJongrees in, the Governor Bigler
district. , .The ; Oteorfield , iTottrual, , in
03 /Wang of. .the General's nomination
says: "Gen._ rsktion owl his family have
for many.yeambeen. residents of Clear-
onnty. Holis • now in the prime
life r -Liti•the' full :maturity of ail his
ewers: licit a few:yeara ago he started
tetheratorldla piinliilea bey, relying for
sopait 'open himself. •`e is now widely
kitkatti as one' Of 'the Most enterprising,
enetgetfc and succesaful busittebs men
inhia iortiOn'of the State. He is self
tilader-and-'self-reliant. Hiss success in
fr6ta two traits of chataeter
11C6i013843_ by hi m in an enamel; egree—
itiloknees - of ''percejitibn ; fro tit pteess
anilteneigy. in action: The General
wbbilliay be Called's, whole:tionled man.i
Hirnevdr dime a. thing in a.-mean and
nitegotlif * 'if he supports a
cause„heijives it:a hearty and generous
support. He acts upon the principle
that whfireVoi is worth doing at all,, is
worth doiag.welL If he should be elect.
ed..ai.ate have no ,d - bubt he .will,both his
polttical friends and, enemies will know
whire to'find him,—it will be supporting
the administration of Abraham Lincoln,
and ihe best interests of his native
The Gerferal is wejl end favorably
known along the whole length of the
Susquehanna; inthis - borough partieg
tarly,'hellas a . holt: of 'political and per
Sena — friends. :14,,e bas been doing a
large timber buiunessi at this point for
the paid fifteen or eighteen years and.has
always been ;considered ,man in all
N -'" ait - N - RtVDTIVOR BRING CATECII D:
SprinOeld, X 131:, Jane 8,1861
B. S.' Wright,: Esq.;Petit ir :—Y r
utter to - tar..,lliedlo May 28, and
winch you' seek tb . Obtain• his opinion
on certain trolitichl:-pointe,.haiteen,re
- 8e Vas . r:oceival: - other e s- of -a similar
character; butlaltm'alreater number Of
the exactly opposite charactey. The
latter class beseech ill& to write nothing
whate*upon any point; of politkal doe-
They say his . iositimis were well
• dip when he was nominated, and that
r: . tot now fimtlarrass the canvass
•-, . ,
by un6rtitkiiii to shift or modify them.
.B regrotii.that he cannot pi;pgo Id),
but you, perceiye that it is impossible for
him to do 'sa Yours truly,
AV'esiva l k4rai herd on Monday,
at Was Ping purpose
of raisings funiisior ; the whOle.
affair was largely attended, and l wai tin
der 048'601es of the Germans. '
ilinifiAM is to hkvo a POE- A
Rochestev fir% have contracted-,te fur
nish several hundred shade trees.: It is
to be ealled-Penn's •Mount P-ark.
f irAl, old gig:fenoierly belonging An
Stephen Oirard,rit sold a few_days since;
in kbiiadelpiiiii, for $16.50.
OrEdward McPherson has tmen
nominated- for CnbereSS in the Ohaml
Lereburg district-, -
Dirs. Cunningham Burden's Husband.
FRIEND :-A selected• news
item in y,ourlastestates that ltr; Shee :
ban, the California husband of Mrs. Em
ma Cunningham Burdell, is a Univer
salist preacher, Will you kindly permit
me to correct that statement ?
The only persons in California known
to be, or to have been, Universalist
preachers, are Messrs..Bdinands, (Editor
of a Universalist paper,) 'Monroe, Mun
ger, and Van Alstine, now preaching
there---and - .13U11, a Banker, who has
ceased preaching, and Rev. T. Starr
King, late of Boston, but now Pastor of
the Unitarian church in - San Francisco.
kartberinOre—Thernis and has been.
no Universalist preacher in the United
States, of that name, to - the best of my
knowledge, which is pretty extensive
and accurate in that matter, having edi
ted our annual Register for more than
20 years; and having just corrected the
ph:id - sheets 'of the`Tuiversalist Register .
for 1801. •
The nearest approach to the name, is
that of the late Rev. 0.-F. R. Shehane,
who died in Alabama; in ISs7—s'o Bete
brated for his intimate and ready knowl
edge of the Bible, that in the absence of,
a copy of the Scriptures, the President
Judge of a Georgia court jocosely'pro
posed -that a iiitness'ghould be sworn
"on the head of Father Shehane, as it
contains the entire sacred volume P'
A. B. Guosu.
Marietta, August 21st,, 18GO,
WIDE AWAKE ENCAMPMENT.-It has
been suggested that a grand State en
campment of Wide Awakes beheld dur
ing the campaign somewhere• in Penn
sylvania. Wo second the
and designate the Capital 'of the State
as the place. Our city is centrally lo
cated and of easy access by railroad from
all parts of the Commonwealth. Such
a gathering would be an unique feature
in political campaigns, and - the blitze of
foully, or fifty thousand torches concen
trated in one mighty phalanx of light,
would be likely to kindle a correspond
ing blaze of enthusiasm in the hearts of
the Republicans assembled on the oc
casion, which, spreading over the State,
would overleap all barriers and sweep
down all opposition. Forty or fifty
thousand Wide Awakes, with their glit
tering uniforms and blazing torches,
would be a spectacle Worth witnesing.—
By all means let the demonstration be
KOSSUTIeS Sraysa.--IMadame Emile
Kossuth; was buried lately, at Green
wbod C*emetery, N. V., with affecting
solemnities, in whibh' tnanfexiled• Ilan
garians took part. On the viristof the
corpse was a bracelet made from the
'chain which her brother had-.worn in
prison. After- the coffin, was lowered,
earth from the banks of the Danube was
thrown upon , it by her children. Sad
have been the sufferings of her patrietie,
family, 'and these pathetic ceremonies
must have touched all hearts which be
JOHN G. NigtioLes
Ths Democratic Congressional,
Conferees of the Wild .Cat District met
in Brookville, on Wednesday, the 9th.,
inst., and nouyinated.JamesK:
ng Kerr, of
Venango, a candidate for Coress, on
the eighty-first ballot. Mr, Kerr is a
member of the. Franklin bar, and has
supported the ,Buchanan administration.
Of course we hope and expect to hear
of our friend General John • Patton, of
Carwansville, Clearfield county, whd is
the Republican nominee, beating him
shamefully. - -
*Danbury, .the - groat. hat-making
town in Conneaticut, has_ nearly half a
million dollars invested in the batting
business. The sales of hats there made
amount to a million and a half of dollars
yearly, or about a dollar a piece for all
the hats made. Thirteen hundred per
sons are employed in the work, chiefly
men and boys.
*The tailitaiy encampment:which is
to be held near York, Pa:, from the 3rd
to the Bth of September, bids fair to be
one of the grandest 'affairs of the kind
ever gotten up in this eicuntry. Already
a great number of companies from Penn
sylvania 'and other States have signified
their intention of being present.
la - The Louisville Journal-, says that
the Democracy, in their desperate anxi
ety to look pleased, twist , their faces in
to - so many curionashapes, that, although
they,eanl laugh themselves, they make
everybody else laugh.
arThe Pittsburg Gazette says there
are* now 146 papers in this State, - now
supperiing the Irepuhlican candidate,
which opposed. Fremont and the Repub
lican party in '1'856. - .0
firool:4 Thomas 11. Seymour, of Con
necticut, Ministdr to Russia, and.iecent
ly the candidate of the Connectibut De
macrany fOrCovernoi, is for Brekiuridge
W. 'W.: Ban:
avant•havk retired from ; tbe Bich . m,oridt.
Enquirer. It is now published ,by 0. J.
Wise, Wat Taylor,Und Win. B:Allegre.
fir The tax-payers of- F'oighkeepsie,
at a public Meeting,' have' unanimously
resolved to petition the OOMmon•toun,
"oil for a steam fire-engine.
lhapoliee of Piiiiade)plika• are to
MIRAN" WIM all al 1:111 MIME 11411
LINCOLN'S CABINET: We hair it rumor
ed: political circles, here, as coming
from reliable Aspublipan_ sourpes, that
the following is to tb'e the composition of
Mr. Lincoln's cabinet, in caseof his elec
tion; Wm. H. Seward,Secetary of State ;
Henry Winter Davis, Attorney-General ;
John Sherman,Secretary of the treasury ;
Cassius M. Clay, Secretary of the Inter
ior ;Benjamin F. Wade, gecrekary,of the:
Navy ; John Hickman, Secretary" - of
War; Schuyler Colfax, Postmaster Gen
Tni Lew of LIBEL—The Commission
ers appointed to revise the Penal Code
,State • have been subjected - to
Much cons - die fol. the omission in the Pen- .
al Code of the enactment of the 13th of
May, 1856, allowing the truth of the al
leged libel to be given in evidence,—
The fact is, however, the Commisioners
reported this , provision as a proviso to
the section, but the Legislature, in pas
sing upon the Code, saw fit, to strike it
out, thus restoring the law on this sub
ject to what it was prior to the act of
GIVES IT UP.-1:e New York Sun, a
neutral paper, with, if any, Democratic
leanings, asserts that some of the oldest
and shrewdest Demociatic politicians of
that city are freely declaring in- private
circles, that the result cfthe Presidential
election is a fixed fact, and that Lincolii
will be President is a foieione' conclu
The S t.' Louis papers say that the
houses of ill-fame in that city recently
".cleaned out " by the mob, have already
been built up, and are again occupied by
the same class of people as formerly.—
One or two nights ago another large
mob of people, numhering about 500 ;or
600, gathered in the 'vicinity. And threat
ened the houses and their occupants with,
the same violence inflicted , upon :them
before, but the police promptly interfer
ing, the demonstration was quelled in its
The U. S. steamship Niagara , '
which carried out the Japanese Embassy,
arrived at the Cape de Vorde'lslands'on
the 17th July, all well. The Japanese,
it appears, have thrown off a great deal
of their reserve, and mingle more social
ly with those on ship-board. 'They have
also taken to eating their food cooked in
the civilized fashion, and express the
pleasure they received from the !inter
tainments they enjoyed in' the United
ft — Charles A. Witehburne, editor of
the San Francisco-Times, and a brother
of thelam6uS Congressional trinity, has•
just been nominated as - Presidential
elector on the Douglas,tictet. The other
three brotheri, for there are seven 'of
them in all, are men of marked ability,
and will very probably roach Congress
in time. Mr. Washburn, the father, is
a hale and hearty gentleman, now 76
years of age.
A tight Rope performance extraordi.
nary was successfully accomplished by
ohn'Denier, at Nahant, Ma - ss., on 'Mrs
ay.' The ro . po - was - 400 fe6t longer than
at of Blondin of. Niagara, and 100 feet
above tile water and ragßd rocks. The
place was tho most dangerous of that
district, and the walk one of the most
difficult. - 4- •
Cr The Rbv. Dr. Kerr, of Pittsburg,
Pa.;traveling Seotlaild, in aleiterlo
'l'he'United Presbyterian, saysilat, worst
feature witnessed in the pronneclii49 of
the' National Aisembly" of the Scotch
Presbyterian Church has been the num . -
ber Of cases of 'ininisterial ()run' keimess
with Which it has had to deal.
IWA jumping match came off at Cin
cinnati for a set of silver ware. The one
that measured the greatest number • of
feet in a hop, step and jump was to carry
off the prize, which was won by William
Abbott, he having made forty-five feet
and three inches. There were 85 . com
petitors for the prize.
Three hundred thousand acres of land
on Rawaii, SandWich islands, being one
twelfth of the whole area of the kingdom,
were sold recently for $3lOO. The tract
contains half a dozen good-sized volca
noes, four or five large sheep farms, and
an immense quantity of pulu in the rough.
gir Col. Forbes, of. Kansas notoriety,
of whom so bad - a character has been
given by his former republican friends,
has turned up in Sicily, where he enjoys
the entire confiden'ce of Garibaldi, and
occupies a brillant military, position.
WThe New York Times says that
there are agents in Canada endeavoring.
to induce_the Prince of Wales to visit :
Washington - Heights, the suburban resi
dence of James Gordon,Bennett.
ar . The word "Zouave " is generally
and incorrectly pinnofinced as a word of
two syllables. It should be spoken
if written Zioa ve, the a having the Ital
ian sound as - in ‘qau."
arDied,, - -lately in l'hiladelphia, a
woman-aged 107 years. There were
present, at the funeral Aye brothers, and
sisters, the youngest.being 90. years of
toe, and the eldest 111" years.
a - We learn from Washiugton that
Secretary Cass has *armed to his post
of duty 'in good health, the-nowspapers
to the contrary aotyithstanding..
Madame Jessie Whi
appointed head of th
of Palermo, by Garib
o, husband of
[ :.ario, has been
WThe Saratoga Ne
ng obituary announcem. M r
es Burr died at his resi in t
lago on Tuesday emu]. e i n
of wealth, he was of an e
sition, and for years prefe a co
tee appointed by. the ci t o
charge of. his wealth. Gen: a n
right, he was generally res • a:
age was about 70 years.
New York has voted alto
the Democratic and Opposit
dates for the Presidency for
twenty years, viz : For Van ,
1846, General Harrison in 1840,
1844, Taylor in 1848, Pierce
Fremont in 1856.
On a railroad in England has
placed a loconiotive which has Pr'
ing over the frame of the engine
adjultahidmirfOrs, set iri dpeciper
By means of the reflectors, the engi
has a view of the'whole train before
so that in case of a casualty to any o 1
of the cars he can see it reflected in t]
mirror on his engine.
Durince the thunder storm last week,
at Windsor, Conn., the lightning struck
and burned down two barns belonging
to lgr. Loomis, on the island, near the
junction of the Connecticut and Par
miugton rivers. The house near by was
repeatedly on fire, but was saved. A
man and.a yoke of oxen were prostrated S
by a flash, of lightning, near the same t
James H. &Ott is the Breckiliridge
and'Lano candidate fin. Congresi in the
Seventh district of 'hidiana. D. W.
Voorhees is the Douglas candidate, who
will be remembered fair his plea in the
case of Cook, 'who was engaged in the
Harper's Ferry affair.
Mrs. Gurney, the English lady WllO
ran away with her footmap, is said to he
at presont in this country, living at one
of the fashionable watering places under
an assumed name. She is reported to
be worth £1,000,000 sterling in her own
The Hon Henry A. Wise has written
a short letter, which was road before the
Jackson Club of Boston, on Monday
night last. In it he says he will sup
port Breckinridge and Lane to his ut
The officers of the' garrison , at Port
Monroe, seeing that the crowd at Old
Point, on Friday and Saturday nights,
fax extended the hotel accommodations,
had 25 government tents brought out for
the use of such as might be unprovided
A little girl named Elizabeth Boyle,
at Norristown, Pa., throigh a childish
whim, attempted to walk over the trestle
work of a railroad bridge, when she fell
through and was (frowned.
. The Memphis papers announce the
death. of Mrs. Augusta 'Walker, consort
of J. Knox Walker, Esq., former private
secretary of President Polk.
Tlie Iron. Willie P. Mangum has Or
tinily recovered his physical powers, for
some time impaired by parilysis, though
he canneither speak nor walk with ease:
His mind, however,'is clear and Calm.
Lord Overstono gave a dinner to a
regiment of volunteers, at :Windsor, Eng r
land, and furnished such meagre fare
that'many of his guests sent him twerve
penny postage stamps, each by way of
Thirty negroes - pasted through-New
.A.lbtuY, on the 10th instant,' on their
way to. Kansas. They had been .manu
mitted by. their Masters in Kentucky,
and were accompanied by two white men
Victor G. Audubbn, son of the late J.
J. Audubcfb, and himself artist of no lit
tle distinction, died at his residence in
New York on Friday last.
C. H. rrisbde, for several years past
a resident of Detroit, Mich., .and one of
the most skillful engineers on the ltlich
igan Central Railroad, eloped .with a
California" widow;" a few days ago, lea.v
ing a wife and two eliildron. Cause, said
to be Spiritualism.
The oats crop in ildasiSchasetts this
year is said to be unusually heairY. It
is tho'n'ght they will average 45 bushels
to the acre. - ,
Mrs. Holt, - tho wife of the Postmaster
General, died 'at Washington on Tuei
day. Mrs. Holt was a 'daughter of Ex-
Postmaster Genetal Wickliife, of Ken
Hon. Wm. Pennington, •Speaker of
the House of Representatives, has 'de
clined a nomination for re-election to
Congress. After nerving out his Res
ent term he wishes to retire. .
John Covode has again been nomina
ted for Corigreis. Mr. "Conde retired,
but his party could not unite on a can
didate;anne.was again compelled. •
The steamship Great Eastern sailed
from Annapolis Roads at,s c t :cloakLon
Saturday niorning.for New York. She
did not get all Ler coal nn
ORIGINAL WITTICISMS :—The Democ
racy of Pennsylvania are Foster-log the
propagation of negro babies, whilst the
Republicans are about to elevate a Cur
ege tin over the dark picture. _
In speaking of a young man the other
°How_ day who is regarded as somewhat ver-
Char- dant, Jack remarked "he was a green
iis vit.. one." "Perhaps," replied another, "he
eritor may get ripe some of these daYs," "l—
isp°. don't—know," says Jack, "I guess he's
emit_ one of those choke pears that never ripen."
take 'One of the nominees—even his friends
u p- admit is purchasable—will be bought
Hi s and sold like a sheeep.'
. Express, Aug. 20.
Aye Sir I And his purchasers will
for shear him also.
'di - "When good men cease to go to Heav
st en or bad men to Hell—l will join the
2, And pray sir! to which place do you
Some Malicious teepees° has got up
n a card representing the Republican Can
didate for President sitting on the top
of a rail fence--breeshes open—thr owing
out bribes to the hungry fallen Democ
gar A correspondent is Minnesota
rites that the prospect of the Repub
ans were never so cheering in that
i ate as now. "The veto of the Home
ad bill, the sale of our Government
s forthe purpose of replenishing onr
tf treasury, to be squandered by a
10. Administration, have driven
ands to our standard. •
he Hon . Edward patess of Iris
ow visiting a friend in Norris
'l a., was serenaded by the Wide
:NV on Friday evening. He made
sh ddress, in, the course of which
a P a high euloginin upon the pa,
,rioti d honesty of Abraham Lin
ing upon th
inridgo is as d
fore the flood,
ted to the Ark
ar The "Erie
is flooding the
those who have
cellent family. rn
particulars, J. N.
Sewing Machine d
Kittanning have ro-n
gross the Hon. Joon
five votes; and the Ho
of Armstrong, four.
the People's party of thl
Bedford counties, met Itt
last week and unamiinousll
Hon. Edward McPherson fo
eirThe Washington Tape
the death of Mrs. Holt, wife o
master. General. She .was sai
most estimable lady.
DEATH TO EVERY PORN AND. SPEC OF
" Costar's" Rat, Roach, &c.. Este tor.
" Costar's " Red-bug Exterminator.
" Costir's " Electric Powder for Insec.
Destroys instantly Rats, Roaches,
&rice, Ground Mice, Bed.l3ugs, Ants, MU
MosqUitoes, Fleas, Inset:hi On plants, lime
on animals, &c., in fact every form and
SPECIES _OF VERDILN.
Ten years established in New-York- City—
used by the WY' Post Office, City Prisons and
Station Houses, the City' Steamers, Ships, the
City Hotels—the "Astor," " Sitint Nicholls,"
&c., and by more than .20;000 . privlte
Druggists and Retailers everywhere sell
Wholesale Agents in all the large cities.
Repair size's, 25c, 50c, and.one dollar box
- Beware of Spurious -Imitations ! !
Examine each box, bottle and flask, and fake
One Dollar Boxes sent by mail.
$3 and $5 boxes for plantations, hotels,.&c.
by,express. Address orders, or for "Circular
to Dealers" to . HENRY R. COSTAR,
Principal Depot, 410 Broadway, N. R.
11:3 - Sold in Marietta by Dr. GrOtse h. Roth:
A- CARD TO THE SUFFERING.—The Rev.
WILLIAM COSGROVE, while laboring as a mis
in Japan, was cured of Consumption,
when all other means had failed, by - a2recipe
obtained from a learned physician residing in
the great city ofjeddo. Thisrecipe has cured
great numbers who were ' suff ering ftom Con
sumption; Bronchitis, Sore Ttiroat, Coughs arid
Colds, arid the debilityandnervonidepression
caused by these di:sorders. - •
Desirous of benefitting others, I will send
this recipe, which I have brought:home with
me, to all who need it, free of charge.
Address 'REV. Wnr. COSGROVE,
' 439 Fulton Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
A CARD TO YOUNG LRAMS-AND GENTLT.-
DIEN .—ale subscriber willsend (free of charge)
to all who desire it, the Recipe and directions
fat: makia' g dsimille Vegetable Balm, that
in'from two to eight . days, remove Pimples,
Blotches, Tan, Freaks, Sallotimess,- and all
impurities and roughness of the:Skin, leaving
the same—as Nature intended it should
—soft,-elear, smooth, and beautiful.. Those de
' siriiii - th‘lteelpe; with full instructions, direc
tions, and advice;will please call on or addle*
(with return postage ) ))
JAS. T. MARSDALL, Practical Chemisi,
No. - 32 - City Buildings, NeW York.
ce J. Prentice, second son
Prentice, of the Louisvillo
married at the American
on the 14th 6f July
•moiaelle Amilio, second
enri do 'Falkenstein, of
illo journal, comnaent
ult of tho Keniuck
as if he had lived lae
had not been admit-
ing Machine," which
e West, is said by
it to be a very. ex
[no. Address, for
,Etn, Secretary Erie
onfereos. of the
ional district at
.ated for. Co
ode, who had
+ ulton and
r will be, beyond ques-
Try largest eveiheld in
as every arrangement
tion, one of
has,been made to
-Major Gen ,
peated to 1
la - Arra)
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H. D. DENIA.IdIN,
TYine t Liquor Dealer, Picot Building,
Front Street, Marietta, Pa.
BEGS leave to inform the public that he
will continue the WINE 84 LIQUOR busi
ness, in all its branclea. will constantly
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch
• Whiskey, Cordials, Bitters,
Benjamin's justly celebrated BOSE WHIS
KEY always mn hand. .
A very superior OLD RYE WHISKEY
ust received; which is warranted pnre.
K All H. -D. B. now asks of the public
is a earofttrOstamination of his stock and pri
ces, which Will, be is confident, result in Ho
tel keepers and othets finding it to their ad
vantage to make their .purchases from I im.
"Quick sales and smali profits."
GEORGE H. ETTLA.
Iitobol• and Goal eohAissieniffe , t . B)ant
Marietta, Lancaster County, Pa.
e be a
ARD on the River Rank, opposite the old
Y aid well known " FLOnit's lEfornt."
Having opened a Yard for the transaction of a
. . Commission. Business,
I would. respectfully solicit consignments, and
pledge myself - to. use my-utmost exertions for
the best interest ofmx patrons. I feel assured
of my ability to obtainthe bigliest market rates
and effect sales of - all articles that may be en
trusted to my care. I will be ready M all
times to make purchases or attend to any bu
siness the public-,may feel dig:deed to place in
my charge, and alljastructions punctually car
ried out. Advances made oh colisigninems.
January 21, 1860.-ly*
STHMA.:—For the instant relief
and permanent cure of thia,distres s
In complaint mse FENDT'S BRONCHIAL
C -A R ETT ES, made by
C. SEYMORE &CO., Bp Nassau-st., N. Y.
Pri• , $1 per box ; sent Wee by pot.
or sale by all Druggists.
TAm ,' AT- ANDERSON" respectfully an
t, nounc , talthe citizens of Marietta and vi
cinity, ---1 1 . , has just received direct from the
eastern mark is one of the largest acid best as
sorted - Stock oT S
onfectionary ever offered in
this borough consisting of Cand:*,.Foreign
Fruits, and i uts, Toys, and Holiday ?resells
tn endless variety. Come and see;and be con
vinced of the rule .assortment and the low pri
ces at which%rerything in his line is selling.
BROIDERIES-Just received the largest
11 and most desirable lot ombroidenes eve i
°tiered for sale here, consisting inpart of beau
tiful French Worked Collers, Undendeevett,
Spencers, Swiseled Jackonett Edging
pertly..., Flouncsfic., which Will be sold at
prices that cannot fail to give satisfaction by
SPECIAL NOTICE : NOW opening, the
largest and:_most complete assortment of
Men's Wear we, have ever offered, codeistinA
of Super English, French, American and
man, Black and Fancy, Twilled and I,Z,lain
Cloths and c.Pariaeres, Fancy, Silk,Riain and
Figured Silk Velvet and Plush Vestige, Sm.
We invite particular attention to the above.
goods. B . ALREMAIPS Cheap Cask Store.
DR. J. Z. HOFFER, DENTIST,
OE" THE BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL
SURGERY, LATE OF HARRISBURG, P.
OFFICE: Front street, fourth door
from Locust, over Saylor dchle:Don-Isiesa
Mira Book Store Columbia. Entrance 3
tween the Drug and Book Staina.
yrIRIME G ROCER lES:--Rioaava and
Laguira Ceffee ; 'Crushed,' Pulverized and
own Sugar; Superior Green and Black Tea ;
Rice, Cheise and Spices; Syrup ind Onto bi
king Molasses; Excellent Pearl Barley at
SPANGLFR ¢ .PATTERSOiV'S
CLOTHS ANb CASSIMER.S.—A very en
j 7 peraorstelection ciff French and-German
Clothe, andaseimers, and a variety ...of
ful Veatinge, selling verycheap at .
I - 'UMBER YARD. • - 4
JJ J. GROSE & SON, Lumber Dealers,
Yard-at 'the-Raritan' part of Marietta:
iri• Please call atiheir office
TEE-STCLItY brick- brick- beam at the corrar..
Wri - son,
-3, of Tenn
are all ex,
ill be en-