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n Impartial•--but not Neutral."
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1860
FOR PRESIDENT, i
ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Of Illinois
FOR. VICE PRESIDENT,
HANNIBAL HAMLIN, of Maine.
; FOR GOVERNOR,
ANDREW G. CURTIN. OF CENTRE COUNTS'
• - .-- , CIatINTY TICKET_
-THADDEUS STEVENS, City.
- FOR STATE SENATOR.
WILLIAM HAMILTON Paradise,
JOI N I A. HIESTAND, City.
I V . FOR 'TILE LEGISLATURE.
•Josint Man, Bdrt Township,
DIUSHAEL OBER, _West Donegal,
Join M. 4TETIXAN, Penn, •
liENRYr M. Watran, City.
6. 1 W. P. BOTH, Fulton.
4 , itotko'notary,
For Register, • •
GEORGE p..HAWIIIOIIN, Manor.
G`F:O4IIIGE,. WHITSON, Salsbury. .'
FOS' 'Clerk 4,Quarter - Sessions,
• Ftir , Ctelliforoiihans' Court,
SA)Org.t. M. Mynas, Mount Joy.
For County Commissioner,
For,. Directors of the Poor,
WILtIADI S. MARTIN, Coleraine,
AsnanAis H. Mr.22aAn, Conestoga,
JACCrit Bs: ViITBAKiIi, - ithrtaitiOy TWIN,
• : tip 'l l lL3g.W.Hontqiczarun, Drumore.
. • • For Coroner,
DANIEL BALMER, Elizabethtown.
For Auditor, ,
WILLIAM VON NEIDA, Brecknock.
Immtlnhaler Tiogicr.-=-A; meeting of
the so-balled findepindentsmwaS held at
Fnit4l3,l•Holle .‘. * T."O. .water, on `Saturday
last, and placed theifollowing persons in
nominatien. • •••
State Sersators—tDr. J. L. Ziegler, Mt.
Joy ; Solomon. Dinar,' Earl township.
Santini A. Worth, Cole
raktke ; :Einijamin Brkekbill, East Lam
pe* ; Banlnel Lindsay M &Hotta ; John
Sheriff—Henry B. Shenck, City.
Rokter r -Dr. John K. Raab, Provi
denog.top. . •
Recorder—Elias H. Rhoads, East Co
tier 4 - Sess6ns—Lewis R
diet* &Aim's' aourt—t•Elisha Geiger,
Oity: l '
aunty Commissioner—William Spen
Maron Inspectors—Jacob E. Cioss,
Rapho 'Sapid& tratk, Salisbury.
Ltoedidis the POor--Jieob B. Shu
man, Manor; trenri ShreMer, kanheim ;
John 'llstileinen, West Lampeter, (one
Coroner—John Hamilton, City:
Auditor;=Benj. F. Glitz, E. Hemp&id
IllirAtty'quautity of iruinors—all of a
palatal chatacter,favoliing some of the
Conductors and Ticket . Agents in the
employ:.a. the rehrisylvania Railroad
company, have been-in circulation for
some'daye past. The charge is that a
larga_amount of money has found its way:
into the <pockets of these employees
through a system of frond on passenger
tickets. The reports are so Tuggle that
we .forbeir going into particulars at
present. I'he company are engaged in
investigatitg the matted., and in a short
time we shall no doubt be able to lay
the Tsai before the public. It is due to
all parties - concerned, that this should
bedotitifis'oikerwise the innocent way
lWe: 11470- received from 'Messrs.
Itioralkantkgro,am, a copy.of a pamph
let, entitled "The Doctrine and Policy
of Protection, with 'the history of our
Tariffr i n from . the organisation of tiik
Federitmlovatement to the Present
time. • :By 'Dr. ' Elder." This
Balmy was originally published in a series
of.hitieleto 'Forney's Press, and at.
tracted.ninelfattentioit at the: time, re
mang,the commendation of the most
cOmpbtetit :political economists. It is
one!ofti.hti' most valuable Tariff doeh
ments of thci' day, and Messrs. Ringwalt
ilk Brown have done the friends . of Pro
tectimi to — American Industry .0 good
service in!: preseritibt it ifia'a cheap 'and
contlnientionn: 'lt is sold at 10 cents
per ,iol4,t . dr 60' prirlhun dred: ' • •
Airlfoses Pennock, a well-known and
highly respecte4 citisen of Chester co.,
diet on the 24th n111.,.at his residence
near Kennett, 1/aarerAgt4
Mr. I .Peaapckt xiiiit,haiareator of the
revelOciAnree-rake and several other
in g ( 4o l/9 -. 4 3d user* agricalttval
chines. • • -
sa`The.Pbillidelphia and 'Pittsburg
Boards of Trado'ara- derhandilig of the
1 'eonsytvania 'Railroad a change o tariff
betweeo - the two cities.
[For the Mariettian.]
"The Atnerican Oostume"---Bloomer.
Mr. .qditor :----We ohsei•Ved in passing
along Market.st., on Saturday evening,
a more than usual amount of glee and
animation, and on inquiring the cause
we were told that two young ladies had
just passed by in Bloomer Dress and
would likely soon return. We had often
heard of the, Bloomer, and had formed
,queer immaginings of its appearance
with great Turkish Sacks flapping 'like
sails around the legs (excuse us ladies,
we might have said limbs) and felt curi
ous to realize woman done up thus. In
a few minutes they passed along and we
nerved ourself fora close scrutiny and
now feel prepared to give our opinion of
the dress ; whether the beauty of the
wearers had much to do With our con
victions we are at a loss' to determine,
but it certainly looked neat, comfortable
and becoming upon them. The upper
garment and the panteletts were made
of like material ; the 'former reaching to
the knees (pardon again the blunder,
middle joint); the panteletts were well
proportioned and argood a fit as any
worn by men ; the Hats were of the style
now in fashion ; and which have always
been an indiipensable accowpanyment
of the Bloomer costume. There is noth
ing immodest about the dreas and were
we a woman we must acknowledge that
we would like to wear it for several rea
sons. It is much mole eleanlithan the
filth gathering trails that are everlast
ingly plunging into every filth pool along
the way.; and 'above all it does not bur
then or oppress any of the limbs, bat
gives the wearers that freedom of mo
tion that enables them to clamber over
bills, traverse winding paths, and jump
over fences as freely as men ; and why
should not woman dress so that she can
participate in healthy out door exercises
when she desires it: Custom may de
mand adherence to certain styles of cos
tume, but custom is often a bigot, and
woman should not be expected to sacri
fice health or comfort to the false mod
estyor foolish opinions that may be in
grafted upon society; she should think
more for herself and be swayed less by
the opinions of others and thus qualify
herself more 'fully to meet and discharge
many of the duties of life that she is now
comparatively ignorant of We 'hail
this new dress, "The American Costume"
or Bloomer, as one step in the'right di
rection and no female shotild fail to
adopt it if she believes it the best for
har health and happiness,
TUE STATE•FAIR : • The , Pennsylvania
Railroad has decided to issue excursion
tickets to Harrisburg on the occasion of
the approaching State Fair at Wyoming.
They will be good from the 23d to the
30th of September, and will be issued
from all the stations along the•road. At
Harrisburg, excursionists can take either
of the following routes, the length of
which are about the same : The Northern
Central Railroad, from Harrisburg to
Milton; the Catawissa, Williamsport
and Erie Railroad, from. Milton to Ru
pert ; the Lackawanna and Bloomsburg
Railroad from Rupert to Scranton. Or,
the Lebanon Valley Railroad, from:Har
risbarg to Reading.; ,the Little. Schuyl
kill and the Catawissa, Williamsport
and Erie Railroad, from Reading to Ru
pert ; and the Lackawanna and Blooms
burg Railroad from Rupert to Scranton.
A NEW COUNTERFEIT : Peterson's
Philadelphia : Detector sends us• the fol
lowing description'of a neive:nd danger
ous 'altered $2O note on the Columbia
Bank, Columbia,' Peim'a.: 20s altered;
Vignette—female on a rock overlooking
the city ; steamboat and cars 'in the dis
tuned ; Locomotive and Twenty on the
right end ; Female and Tireitty on the
left 'end. This is well done, so be on the
look out for them. -
erJenkins has his hand on ex Presi
dent Tyler. Ho says that time seems to
have no effect upon the old .gentleman,
who is now seventy-five years of age, but
that he looks younger and more robust
than when occupying the White House.
The pride which he last year felt iu the
possession of the fined wheat crop on
the 'Jav,nes*River, is now transferred to
an .infant, only two months old—his
lar'What is the use of being poor
when you can make from $6OO to $l,OOO
a year by acting as agent for the Erie
Sewing Machine Company?
out of employment, and,havingthe least
bit of "vim" in them, would do :well to
write to Mr. J. ; Eioy.lon, at .Mitpu,
Ohio, and get the . Co.'s confidential cir
cular to agents.
AirFoiney's Press, says We -pub.
lished a day or two • since, the. formal
challenge of General Foster to Colonel
Curtin. Wuunqerstanil that, the chat
lengo has been formally accepted on.be
half of Col. Curtin, by Mr. McClure, and
that the times for holding joint discus
sions will soon be announced.
er Grove & Hoth'have Pitt "received "a
large and varied - lot oftote paper.iiivep.
open and fancy soaps. They have slob
been appointed agents for the sale of the
celebrated Scerhave's Holland Bitters.
larThe attire stand of Haldeinan & Co.,
at ChignesTurnace, was broken into on
'Thursday night and money, orders !&c., to
the amount of $4O taken. The' butler
is still at lart6.
LJer - IaTHE WEEKLY MARIETTIAN.&c-9--
CLIPPINGS PROM OUR EXCHANGES
A report has :been . circulating for
some time past that. Kenneth Rayner, of
North Carolina, had announced his in
tention to support the Democrsitic party.
That gentleman has now written a
lengthy letter, in which he states that
he is committed to the support of Bell
and Everett; but in future he will iden
tify Aimdelf with whatever organization
he may regard as most conservative in
its character, most loyal to the Consti
tution, and as most fully representing
the geniiis and spirit of our free institu
A Sunday paper asserts that Heenan
and Morrissey are to fight; probably in
Jannary„but certainly not later than the
sth of March, for $lO,OOO a side.
A boy, fourteen years of age, is now
being tried in St. Louis, on the charge
of assaulting with an intent to kill a
It is said that thirty men have been
killed or wounded for life by threshing
machines, in Indiatia, during the present
Lady Franklin gave a dinner party on
Wednesday evening, at Montrcial, to
which many Americans, including Stra
kosch and Patti, were invited.
The New York 'Herald remarks that
the committee appointed to prepare for
the reception,of the Prince in New York
represent over two hundred,millions of
The wife of Mr. John Weber, of Lower
Providence township, Mont. county, a
few days since, felt slight symptonis of a
felon on one of her fingers, the infiama
tion fro"m which extended to the 'aim
and chei3t, producing death in about a
A meeting was held at the Greenbrier
(Va.) White Sulphur Springs on the
23rd ultimo, the object of which was to
extend the hospitalitS , of that watering
place to the Prince of Wales. A com
mittee of thirteen was appointed to ox.
tend a formal invitation.
The cleaning of the streets of New
York has cost an average of $7,000 per
week since the 10th of March last, and
this is considered very economical there.
Thiee hundred and forty-four thousand
dollars per annum for scavenger, opera
tions is a; mere trifle in Gotham.
The Governor General of Toronto has
,that4hAi prince will
take no Parkin. any. procession at that
place, wherein party colors are displayed,
or party tunes played. This precaution
is to preventdifficulty among the Or
The census taker has found a negro
man in Washington county, Ohio, one
hundred and fifteen years old. He was
purchased at Richmond, Va.. in 1776,,by
Blannerhassett's agent, by whom he was
conveyed to Blannerhassett's island,
where he remained until misfortune over
whelmed his master. The old fellow
says he recollects that he .'had.biii gwine
to see de gals long-time fore de Resolu
tion War broke out."
Edwin Forrest, the celebrated Ameri
can tragedian, made his appearance on
the stage, after his, long retirement, on
Monday evening, at the Holliday street
theatre, Baltimore, and,had a very hand
some reception. He will appear next
in his native city, Philadelillia, at the
Academy of Music.
There is a female college in Forsyth,
Ga., in which the young ladies are re
quired to learn to cut and mike their
own dresses, and also, in turn, occasion
ally to supervise and direct the cooking
and other domestic arrangements of the
institution. We want more of such in
It being rumored that the Mormons
are about to return to Hancock county,
Illinois, under the leadership of Joseph
Smith, Jr., to settle at: their old place,
an indignation meeting has been held at
Carthage to protest against it.
The Pittsburg Gazette says there are
one hundred and forty-six papers in
Pennsylvania now supporting the Re
publiCan candidates;which opposed Free
niont and the Republican party in 1866:
Of all the Fillmore papers, there are;
says the Gazette, bat two -which now
support Bell and Everett. •
Considerable excitement exists at
Somerville, near Boston, owing to the
escape froth the . Cambridge kuieum of
Natural History of a, black anao'onda,
about thirteen feet long. It is , accom
panied on its travels by - a white adder,
and the two are making sad havoc in the
poultry yards of Somerville.
The ropewalkei of the Italiancogno
men Signor Farini, whO hai dimmed the
lustre of Blondin's name, proves to be
the son of a Lockport (N. Y.) grocer.—
His name is Wm. Hunt.
The New Orleans Picayune predicts
the existence of sixty millions , ofmegro
'avot; lb slate country in the Vas 1900,
And is exceedingly troubled at the-pros
They have had a rebellion at Chapel
Hill,, (N. C) Uniy9isity, *hi& 'las- re
sulted in the expulsion pf sixty-six 03,-
dents. , .
Ur" Camp rit4irson,".ak Irozki: will
break - up to-day. It is'said everything
was gotten up in fine , style. . ,
FORNEY vs. BUCHANAN : Somebody
ought to nominate Mr. Buchanan. His
claims should not be overlooked. It re
joices us to know that there is a move
ment of this nature in embryo. A
Washington correspondent of the Her
ald (probably J. S. Black) thus foreshad
ows it :
"The universal sentiment seemsed to
be that of regret that Mr. Buchanan had
so steadfastly set himself against his own
re-election to office. Amidst our pres
ent speculations in regard to the 4th of
March, 1861, who would not be rejoiced
if, by some change in eventi, just such a
man as James Buchanan would be inaug
Here is a hint to the' Constitution.—
why couldn't Breckinridge withdraw and
permit the " Chief " to go before the
country. His nomination would gladden
the hearts of thousands.
'Sam Houston has deClined, leaving
but five candidates 'in the field for the
Presidency : Douglas, Lincoln, Bell, Ger
rit 'Smith, and a young gentleman from
Kentucky, named Breckinridge. We
hear, however, of another movement in
the Presidential line, from a correspond
ent of the New York World :
" The Chief Justice of the United
States Supreme Court, and Justice Nel
son, of New York, are to be nominated
for -President and Vice President at
Leonard's Town, in St. thary's county,
Md. This movement originated with a
few devoted friends of the Chief Justice
in this State, who have always cherished
the hope of his advancement, and they
have selected the planters of St-Mary's
to inaugerate it, with a view of trying
the public pulse." .
The Londen Critic re views the
.peeches of Abraham Lincoln. In the
course of its article occurs the following
pas Sage : " It is from the speeches which
Mr. Lincoln has from time to time de
livered in opposition to Mr. Douglas,
that we gather some pies, of his mental
qualifications: fWe collect from the
speeches of Mr. Lincoln that he has a
mind rather of the straightforward than
of the subtle order ; that he rather seizes
upon great and prominent facts anear
gues them to Vain conclusions; than
builds up - elegant but' fragile theories
upon the treacherous basis of fanciful
speculation ; that he is earnest more than
passionate, and`e.cimmanding more than
persuasive. Indeed, every one of his
speeches which we have read bears uPen
the face of it evidence that he is "Hon
est Old Abe.!"
The Hon. William Pennington,
Speaker of the House of Representa
tives, has peremptorily declined a re
election to that body. He says, in a
card to 'the opposition Electors of the
Fifth Congressional district :
A seat in the House of Representa
tives, was not desired by me, and was lc.
cepted at the last election only in defer
ence to the strongly expressed desire of
a large body of highly respectable and
honorable men, whose. wishes for one
term•l felt bound to obey.
The energy, activity and excitement
incident to a Eouse constituted as that
is, I feel at my time of life, I might well
be excused from; - My fridnds will, I
hope, donsiddr 'this 'communication as
finalion the subject: •
lir. A. Mr. Henry,Clay Dean, an lowa
Democrat, has challenged any political
opponent to meet him on the stump.—
The lowa papers say that he washes his
face and changes his shirt only once a
year, but that heis a powerful speaker.—
We think he must be a strong one. His
competitor will do well to get on the
right side , of him—and the right side
would be the windward side.—Louisville
MATERNAL BLISS LONG DRLAYED.--The
Cincinnati Press gives an account, of one
Mrs. Alice W., a resident of that,
upwards of fifty-seven years °Lege, who
has been married thirty-one years, and
yet became a mother for the first time,
about a week ago, surprising her hus
band with a pair of robust twins.' The
delighted father is five years the junior
of his spouse.
arThti BosKon Boit is responsible foi
-an absurd rumor that Gov. Banks is soon
to - assume the presidency of one, of the
Western Railroads, with a salary of
$7,000 a year, and that hiS' future resi
dence will be in Chicago.
The Constitutional Union, State
Committee of Louisiana has issued its
address. It frankly acknowledges• that
there is no chance of the election by the
people, of either P4ll, Douglas or Breck
inridge. Mr. Lincolh alone has any
proipect of direct success.
fir is,state'd that'the Secretary ef
the Trolistulkhis consented to suspend
the coinaglitof= the gold dollars, and to
have those in the sub-treasury recoined ,
into laigir pieces for expertatfon, and to
benefit the banks by creating a larger de
mand for one-dollar bills. •
rSend for a specimen number of
- 113 r RAM'S ILLUSTRATED LADY'S NEWSPA
iER, the only lady's newspaper published
in the United States. Specimen•num
bers sent, post-paid, on the receipt of a
three cent stamp. J. H. Rraem & G 0.,.
112 South Iliiid!Streeti philadelphia. , •
RICTLY TRUE.—An eccentric Amer
ican was lately visiting an English noble
man at his seat in the south of England.
Our fellow countryman had a habit of
saying "how very appropriate," by way
of commendation, to almost everything
he approved of, whether apropos or not.
The statuary around the grounds receiv
ed this favorable notice so frequently that
the host became nettled, and determined
to non plus his guest. So stopping be
fore the family burying ground, he point
ed to a figure on horseback, and said,
"how do you like that statue of General
" How very appropriate I" was the an
"flow do you make that out?"
" Oh, General Jackson was always at
home amongst dead Englishmen," was
the ready reply. The host subsided.
(*.Father Gavazzi, who .made such
terrible times here a few years ago, has
turned up where everybody knew he
would, in the hottest spot in Italy. The
padre had collected a small congregation
round him at Florence, but when he
heard of the fighting going on at Sicily
he shut his chapel up and went to take
a hand. He is now at Messina, where
Capt. Forbes, old John Brown's com
mander of the forces, has command.—
Father GaVazzi says if nobody stops the
fight the fall of Rome is certain.
AGE & DEBILITIN—As old age comes creep
ing on, it brings with it many attendant infirm
ities. LOU of appetite and weakness impair
the health, and want of activity makes the
mind discontented and unhappy; in cases where
old age adds its influence, it is almost impossi
ble to add vigor and health, and although many
remedies have been tried, all have failed, until
Barhave's Holland Bitters were known and
used. In every case where they have been em
ployed, they have invariably given strength and
restored the appetite.. They have become an
agent for this alone, and are used by many peo
ple who are suttering from loss of appetite and
general debility. In cases of long standing
chronic diseases, they act as a charm, invigorat
ing the syStem, thus giving nature another op -
portunity to repair physical injuries. See ad
vertisment in another column.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.—What is Life Reitz
anre?—Apoplexy, &c.—Many people insure
their lives to benefit their families by de atii—
how paradoxical is this. To prolong life by
preserving the health would be's far more ra
tional manner of assuring it. Apoplexy is
swift and insidious in its attacks, striking its
victim withouta warning ; happily, a prevent
ire has been disco rered—Holleways Pills—the
only safe and certain antidote for this disease,
they cool the blopd, and equalizeits circulation
through the system. To preserve thestomitch
in a sound condition and the blood pure—is the
secret of health. Holloways Pills will do this
most effectually and thousands owe their ac
tual existence to them at the present day..
To CONSUMPT/TZS : The advertiser having
been restored to health in a few weeks, by a
very simple remedy, after having suffered sev
eral years with a severe Lung affection, and
that dread disease, Consumption, is anxious to
make known to his fellow sufferers the means
of cure. To all who desire it he will send a
copy of the prescription used, [free of chargel
with directions for preparing and using the
same, which they will find a sure cure for Con
sumption, Bronchitis, &c. The only object of
advertiser in sending the prescription is to ben
efit the afflicted, and he hopes every sufferer
will try his remedy, as it will cost them noth
ing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wish
ing the prescription will please address
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings co., N. Y. [3m
A CARD TO TIM SUFFERING.-IThe Rev.
WILLIAM cOSGROVE, while laboring , as a mis
sionary in Japap, was cured of Consumption,
when all other means had failed, by a recipe
obtainid from a learned physician residing in
the great city of Jeddo. This recipe has cured
great numberswho were suffering from. Con
sumption, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Coughs and
Colds, and the debility and nervous depression
caused by these disorders.
Desirous of benefitting others, I will send
this recipe, which I have biought home with
me, to all who need it, free of charge.
Address Rev. Wm.. Cosertove,
439 Fulton Avenue, Brooklyn? N. Y.
BEWARE or Qtracics !—This 'Advertisement
is addressed to both Males and Females sutler
ing from secret causes. I have practiced many
years, and having made a fortune, profession
ally desire now to serve my fellow creatures.
Inclose a DOilar to pay incidental chirges, and
a sure remedy will be afforded you. • Let no
false delicacy prevent, as strict secrecy is pre
DR. ESRALAPIUS EDWARDS.
Box 910, Baltimore, 1101 d
In Columbia, on: the 30th Ultimo, brThoin
as Welsh, Esquire, Mr. J ORK SFLELVENBER
GER, JR., and . Miss Euzassmi Contest, all, of
West Hempfteld township, Lancaster county.
BA. RR'S UNRIVALLED
A Hie r . - Of,Vggie /41)feto
On (this) Saturday :Evening, Sept Bth,
. AT THE TOWN HALL, MARIETTA.
Admittance Ten Cents. Children 5 emits.
Doors :pen at 7 o'clock, exercises to commence
at half-past 7.
it3—To secure seats go in time, as the subject
is highly popular.
'GOLDPENS RE-POINTED. P RICE
, Firry CENTS., Enclose the Pen in a
letter, with cadh p ostage stamps. The re—
turn mail will bring the pen as good as new.
Editors giving this advertisement six inser
tions during the year 1860, and send the copy,
shall receive a superior Gold Pen in payment.
Address, STONE & BALL. Syracuse. N. Y.
.it We will iota for the fulfihnent 01 - the
above on thepart of Messrs Stone & Bat*
, J. C. K. TRUAIR &
Proprietors of Syracuse,Jouraal.
September 5,1880-6 t.
TO PERSONS Out of Employment!
j_ agents wanted to sell the - Brit . :getout' g
Machine : we will, give, neonunissnin, or wyme
at front $25 to $6O per month, andexpevies
paid. This is a new Machine, and'so simple
in its construction that a child of ten yearseati
learn tooperate it. by half an hour's instruchon.
It is eaqual to any Family Sewing Machine in
use, and the price is but „Fifteen-AO/ars. ',.
Persong wishing an'AgenCy will address 7
• • -T. N.- BOYLAN.; Se.cretatr,
Erie Sewing Machine Co.; Miz.s.a,
Aug. 25-5 t
Iho ENID ki,seobery tootibp of aki
eilce, far staling tile Bi avro eirq.
Many, since the great discovery of Prof.
Wood, have attempted not only to imitate his
restorative, " but profess to have discovered
something that would produce results identical ;
but they have all come and gone, being car
ried away by the wonderful results of Prof.
Wood's preparation and have been forced to
leave the field to its resistless BMW. Read
the following :
Bath, Maine, April 18th, 18.59.
Poor. 0../. Woon & Co.:—The letter I wrote
you in 1856 concerning your valuable Hair Re
storative, and which you have published in
this vicinity and elsewhere, has given rise to
numerous enquiries touching the facts in the
case. The enquiries are, first, is it a fact of my
habitation and name, as stated in the commu
nication • second, is it true of all therein con
tained ; third, does my hair still continue to be
in good order and of natural color? To all I
can and do answer invariably yes. My hair
is even better than in any stage of my life for
40 years past, more soft, thrifty, and better
colored ; the same is true, of my whiskers, and
the only cause why it is not generally true, is
that the substance is washed. off by frequent
ablution of the face, when if care were used by
wiping the face in close connection with the
whiskers, the same result will follow as the
hair. I have been in the receipt of a great
number of letters from all -parts of New Eng
land, asking me if my hair still continues to
be good ; as there is so much. fraud in the man
ufacture and sale of various compounds as
well as this, it has, no doubt been basely imi
tated and been used, not only without any
good effect, but to absolute injury. I have not
used any of your Restorative of any account
for some months, and yet my hair is as good as
ever, and hundreds have examined it with sur
prise? as I am now 61 years old and not a gray
hair in my head or on my face ; and to prose
this fact, I send you a lock of my hair taken
off the past week. I received your favor of
two quart bottles last summer, fur which I am
very grateful. I pave it to my friends and in
duced them to try it, many were skeptical un
til after trial, and then purchased and used it
with universal success. I will ask as a favor,
that you send me a`testby which I can dis
cover fraud in the Restorative, sold by many,
I fear, without authority from you. A pure
article will insure success, and I'believe where
good effects do not follow ; the failure is caused
by . the impure article, which curses the inven
tor of the good. I deem it my duty as hereto
fore, to keep you apprised of the continued ef
fect on my hair, as I assure all who enquires
of me of my unshaked opinion of its valuable
results. I iemain, dear sir, yours,
A. C. RAYMOND.
Aaron's Run, Ky., Nov. 30, 1858.
Poor. 0..1. Woon : Dear Sir.—l would cer
tainly be doing you a great injustice not to make
known to the world, the wonderful, as well as
the unexpected result I have experienced from
using one bottle of your Hail Restorative. Af
ter using every kind of Restoratives extant,
but without success, and finding my head nearly
destitute of hair, I was finally induced to try
a bottle of your Hair Restorative. Now, can
dor and justice compel me to announce to who
ever may read this, that I now possess a new
and beautiful growth of hair, which I pro
nounce richer and handsomer than the original
was. I will therefore take occasion to recom
mend this invaluable remedy to all who may
feel the necessity of it.
Respectfully yours, REv. S. ALLEN BROCK.
P. S.—This testimonial my approbation
for your valuable medicine (as you are aware
of) is unsolicited :—but if you think it worthy
a place among the rest, insert if you wish; if
not destroy and say nothing.
THE RESTORATIVE is put up in betties of
three sizes, viz : large, medium, and small ; the
small holds Ira pint, and retails for $1 a bottle;
the medium holds at least twenty per cent more
in proportion than the small, retails for $2 per
bottle the large holds a quart, 40 pet cent
more in proportion, and retails for $3.
O. J. WOOD & CO., Proprietors,
No. 444 Broadway, New-York, and
114 Market Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Kr• And sold by all good druggists and fancy
goods dealers. - fo7-7-nx.
F 3C KR_
D i e Lancaster emult9 agrietilfithqi and
Will hold their Fourth Annual Exhibition,
AT THEIR GROUNDS, IN THE
City of Laaicaster, Penn'a.,
On Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, the 25th, 26th, 27th, and 25th
Days of September, 1860.
AMPLE: arrangements are being made to
accommodate and exhibit to the best ad
vantage every kind of Stock, and all Articles
that are useful or interesting in Agriculture,
the Mechanics, the Manufactures and the
The citizens of Lancaster county and the
adjoining counties, are respectfully invited to
bring their animals and articles for competition.
For particulars see hand bills and premium,
la- Further information will be furnished
by the Managers, or by the undersigned.
D. G. BSHLEMAN,Secretaty.
September 1,1880.4 d.
JACOB A WISNER'S
TOBACCO, CHAR 8t SNUFF STORE,
Opposite the Cross Keys Hotel,
T HE undersigned would rospectfully inform the public that he still continues, at the
old stand, corner of Second and Walnut streets,
directly opposite the Cross Keys Hotel, to keep
on hand and for sale, all kinds of cigars from
Half Spanish vp, in prices from $6, $7 $2O to
SSO per thousand. TOBACCO.—Natural Leaf,
Excelsior Cavendish, Oranoko Virginia, Con,
gress Fine Spun Ladies Twist, Coarse Spun
Twist, Eldorado, Jewel of Ophir tobacco, An
derson's best Fine-cut. All kinds of fine Ci
gars manufactured of imported stock. &Us
HALF SPANISH. Rappee Snuff and affkinds
Fine-cut Smoking Tobacco. Scented.snuffs.
Fancy .Pipes,.eigar Tubes,,irc. jaii.
Having very recently added a large and fash
ionable assortment of Types and Printing ma
terials, which will enable us to do all kinds of
RI/MANI) FANCY PRINTING,
Such as Oatvis, Ball Tickets,
Circulars, Programmes, Blanks,
Handbills, Posters, Sale Bills, &c.
Everything in the Jos PRINTING line neatly
and chettpli , executed and at short notice.
PICETOK. L. BAKER,
"The Weekly Mariettian" Office.
CLOCKS, WATCHES, 4C., te.
The undersigned would take this;::.
method of informing the public that he
is still engaged m the Jewelry business, in
Market street, next door to Jas. M. Anderson's
Confectionary, were everything in his line will
be carefully and promptly attended to at very
reasonable prices. He has the celebrated
Thirty-clay Equalizing Clock,
Clocks;of all' kinds, Watches, Jewelry, Musi
cal Initrunrentsy Fancy Articles, &c.
JOHN S. STICHLEIL
Marietta, July 28-3 ms"
JEWELRY.—A large and selected stock of
fine jewelry of the latest patterns from the
best factories in the country can be found at
H. L. & E. J. ZAHM'S. -
Corigkatik'Queen et. and Centre Square, La_ 1 17
prices ale moderate and all
goods warranted to , be as represented.
JAMES N. KING,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 207 SOUTH SIXTH STREET,
Co ti ay attended to.
pURE SPIEES from the Woshington Spice,
brands—suamtated tob e
jj genitbie: - Bertiaoiin 4- Co. .