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gf a i v id a a, . - frAtentlteit 8,18'60.
Win the haste and confusion of last
week, we neglected to insert the name
of Bann SraNGLER, Esq., as one of the
Vice Presidents of the Lincoln Club.—
Mr. S. is one of the most decided and
energetic Lincoln-men in our vicinity.
orMr. Barr will exhibit hie Magic
Lantern exhibition in the Town Hall,
this evening. These scenes are highly
interesting and we hope to see a well-fill
ed house. Mr. B. proposes exhibiting
in Maytown on Monday evening.
I ifir Nagle's Railroad Hotel has just re
ceived a re-touch in the way of a new coat
of paint—lead color—and the addition
of new venetian shutters on the second
and third stories are, we are told, to fol
low, which will greatly improve the ex
ternal appearance of the hotel. We are
glad to be able to chronicle these im
provements in our town.. .
There will be preaching in the
English language at Rev. Martin Peck's
church, near Maytownon Saaday morn
ing the 16th instant, by the:Rev. Daniel
lir We were shown a few days since a
couple of colored photOgraphs, taken by
Mr. Dellinger of this place, that, were
truly beautiful and lifelike.
WOK' Monday of last week, William
Kirchner, aged about seventy or seventy
five years, residing about two and a half
miles north of Mount Joy, left his home
and had not been seen orlaeard of until
last Friday, when his body was found in
the woods, about half a mile from his
dwelling. When found a,bottle which
had contained liquor was by his side,
and one of his fingers was thrust into
the mouth of the bottle.
tirThe LanCaster Express, speaking
of:the new depot in that city says : The
various departments of ,the new depot
arc nearly completed,' and all will be
ready for the occupancy of their respec
tive tenants on Monday.: .Mr; Young
man, the ticket agent, has taken posses
sion of his department, and with his fa
miliar and ever pleasant face the new
office looks like an old ampaintance.—
In fact, if he were not-there, hundreds of
railroad travelers would doubt Whether
this was the Lancaster station or not,
the traveling public having been accus
tomed to see him in that responsible
positiorc for over a'quarter of'a century
—ever since the railroad was built.
*WA pedestrian named Buckley has
been amusing the Pittsburgers by per
forming the feat of walking one thousand
miles in as many consecutive hours.—
They supposed everything was going on
right until Buckley bad a falling out
with his agent, who stated that the pe
destrian had frequently refreshed himself
with five hours sleep at a time, when no
visitors were in attendance. This same
"Tom Buckley" gave a "walking enter
tainment" at the Perry House, in this
place, during the "yankee season," where,
it is said, he did the same thing—sleep
when no visitors were in attendance and
be awakened when any came. Truly,
the age of Humbug.
firA German named Philip. Isle, was
shockingly injured at Shultz's ore bank,
adjoining this borough, on Tuesday last.
He was engaged in mining ore, when a
car used for drawing up ore from below
on a railway, when near the top broke
loose, and ran down rapidly that Isle
was, unable to get out of the way. The
. him and crushed him in a
shocking manner. Hie leg was broken
and lacerated, his back badly crushed
and received very severe internal inju
ries, from all of which, Dr. Grove, who
was called upon to attend him,. informs
us he is &lag as well as. could possibly
ar We find the following declinaticins
have already appeaved, refusing to be
considered candidates, upon the so-called
"independent ticket:;l"..Pr. J. L:Ziegler,
Lewis R. Hibshman, Jacob B. Shuman,
Benjamin Brackbill. A.. Scott Ewing
says Ms name was used at the formation
of said ticket without his knowledge or
consent. So we go.
FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT: While Mir. WM.
Batten . , of Mount Joy, was returning
from the'Moantville camp meeting, on
Saturday morning last, an accident oc
curred which will probably prow} fatal
to several citizens of the former place.
Ile was driving a two horse wageniload
ed with some of the tent furniture, and
upon which were seated Mrs. Elizabeth
Bowman, Miss Banos Nauman' and'
Miss Elizabeth Stehman. In driving
down a hill, between Mountville• and
Silver Springs, he attempted to put'his
foot on the brake ; in doing so he slipped
off the store box upon which he was
seated; between the horses, who, partly
taking fright, dragged him to the foot of
the hill. His shoulder blade was broken,
his jaw dislocated, and other injuries
sustained. The ladies were.thrown out
and very badly injured. Mrs. Bowman
bad• several limbs and ribs - broken, while
Miss Nautrinn was so seriously injured
about the head • alto makelier recovery
doubtful. Miss Stehman sustained but'
trifling injuries.—Lancaster .Express:
Scraps of Wit and Wisdom, by a Mariettian.
gEr The destruction caused by a single
mad dog in the vicinity of Paterson,
New Jersey, is estimated at fifteen hun
dred dollars.—Exchange Pager.
And yet the wonder is, so many men,
and some even of reputed refinement,
will have these dirty, filthy, destructive
animals about them.
It may be that having failed to secure
that sympathy, love and affection so
grateful to the human heart, of those
around them that they conclude to buy
one of the scabby fellows, and'revelling
in his bread-bought gratitude, vainly fan
cying they are loved, and therefore de
light in the brutal companionship.
"I say, Jim, why don't you get a
"What would I do with her ?"
"Why,—why you must be so very
lonely ; besides you have such a com
fortable home ; are so nicely fixed and
no children ;—why if any man should
have a wife, you should have one,"
"Comfortable home—nicely fixed—and
no children ;—Pray then,—what would I
wan't with a wife?, I might get into the
fix the Pope is with his Irish Brigade,
or the, man who, ,drolir the Elephant-in
*Fit has been suggested that the Bo
rough autholities make some suitable
public acknowledgement "to the Ladies
for the handsome:manner in which they
sweep the pavements. It is true" Hus
bands and Fathers may think that silks,
satins, &c., are rather expensive material
for the purpose but that should not di
minish their admiration for the beauty
of clean brick even though the skirts of
the town do suffer.
*3"Am old Bachelor is a traveler
upon life's railroad who has entirely fail
ed to make the connections."—N. Y.
And old Husbands, not unfrequently,
regret very much having made the con
CE'lt is said
,that "Henry HI. of
France, could never sit in the room with
And It may be: said, in our day, there
is many a man who can never sit at
home in the room with his wire.
Gls it not the Most impure and cor
rupt in beart'who-are the most fruitful
in unjust suspipions, and the most indus
trious in blackening the fair fame of their
THE MADNESS OF TRIFLING WITH MS
'EASE.- nut fo for those who reason.:—
There are thousands of lunatics at large.
Is the manidane who shows more solici
tude to , keka his house in good repair
than tC prfarve his health or prop his
failing COEI titution.? Such a man is, as
Shakspear(has it, essentially mad, with
out seem*. so. Besides, there's no ex
cuse for . renaining sick, when the moans
of recover Nave been placed within the
reach of "very valetudinarian. The
great and ood Holloway, volunteering
the resoures of a well-stored and pow
erful intenaut in the service of humanity,
has sough ii found, combined ; and applied
the antidies to every disorder which as:
sails the ilystem, either from within or
without, [His two world-celebrated rem
edies are ehieving, id regions and
climates, the most signal triumphs.
Bulletin of liolloivay's victories appear
in every üblic journal that issues from
the pres• and more than- ten thousand
.s of cures accomplished by his
Ointment, are published au
' &rope and in this country.—
'r are mineral poisons and party
coties considered necessary in
ice of physic: The two medi
ders of the nineteenth century
Pills au ,
.spoptic, the scrofula-stricken
is of liver complaint, of erape
se, or, worse than all, of miner
es, rejoice in the salunary rev
all, the feeble.r sex'in every con
life, and in au countries, have
congratulate 'themselves that
Holloway's remedies have been
ithe world. It would seem that
_conservative action has a pa.,
'd most beneficial effect upon the
lystem and constitution at the
eriods of life. In girlhood, ma
dl old age, as maiden and as wife
her, fragile and sensitive woman
these preparations the surest
f quieting every pain• f iegulating
1 sordered function, and replacing
nd debility with activity and
aloe of such a medicine as Hol-
Pills as a household remedy can:
ver-appreciated. Husbands and
now little of the many aches and
which the feebler members of,
wilies are subjected, in conse
nt' their seilentary habits, and the
I l l ibility of their nervous systems.
er uncomplainingly : diffidence
prevents them from applying to
I eian • or if they do seek medical
sto no purpose. But in Iloilo
i:medies, they have a sore means
.f, and in the accompanying direc
, d adVice, a chart that, if implie-
Y r owed, , will guide them to renewed
and cheerfulness ,-Same Journal.
People's party;` of , Chester
renominated•Jo , MP Hickman , kr
r - e-r&THE W_ 1 7- - u t, • h 6,
Ilii DAVID ROTH,
Dealer in Hardware, Cedarware,
Paints, Glass, Oils, Varnishes, Hoop
and Bar Iron, Steel, Spikes, Nails,
Parlor, Office, Hall and Cook
MAKES this means of informing the citizens
1 ofMarietta and vicinity, that he is now pre
pared to furnish anything in his line of busi
ness, consisting in part, of Table Cutlery of all
kind ' s ; Building a n d Housekeeping Hard
ware, in all styles, Cutlery, Tools, Paints, Oils,
Glass, Varnishes, Cedarware, Tubs, Buckets,
Churns, Knives,Forks, Spoons,Shovels,Po
kers, Tongs, Candlesticks ,
perPans,Waiters, and Brass Kettles, Door, Desk, Pad and
all other kind .of Locks, Nails, Spikes and
in fact everything usually kept in a well regula
ted Hardware establishment.
Market ,Street, Marietta ) Pa.
July 21, 1860.
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H OWARD ASSOCIATION, Philadelphia.
A Benevolent Institution established by
special endowment, for the Relief of the Sick and
Distressed, afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic
Diseases, and especially for the cure of Diseases
of the Sexual organs. Medical advice given
gratis, by the Acting Surgeon, to all who apply
by letter, with a description ot,their condition,
(age, occupation, habits of life, &c.,) and in
cases of extreme poverty, medicines furnished
free of charge. •
Valuable Reports on Spermatorrbcea, and
other Diseases of the Sexual Organs, and on
the New Remedies employed in the Dispensary
sent to the afflicted in sealed letter envelopes,
free of charge. Two or three postage stamps
will be acceptable to pre-pay postage.
Address, DR. J. SaiLLIN Hanoi-mon, Acting
Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2 South 9th
St., Philadelphia. By order of the. Directors.
EZRA D. HEARTWELL, President.
GEORGE FAIRCHILD, Secretary
SEALED proposals will be received by the
undersigned, Secretary of the Marietta
and Maytown Turnpike Road Company, until
the evening of the 12th of September, for the
erection of a Toll House at "13oggs' Hill."
Plans and specifications can be seen by calling
on J. W. CLAAK, Sec'y.
Sep. 1, 'B6O-2t.
RECEIVED at Anderson's Confec
tionary and Variety Store, in Market-st:, a
fins assortment of children's gigs„ baskets
wagons ; neransbulatord, wheelbarrows, toys
candidates flags,, d r urns, rocking
horses,Szc., at Andersoies.
AnGENERA L ASSORTMENT OE 0
Hammered and Rolled Iron, IL
S. ars, Norway, Nail Rods, American
and German Spring and Cast Steel, Wagon
Boxes, Iron Axles, Sprtngs Sm., for smiths.
STERRETT 4 CO.
AormSUPERIOR COOK STOVE, very plain
style, each one warranted to per- ,
to the entire satisfaction of the
purchaser. STERRETT & CO. ....4
OA General Assortment of all kinds of
A . BUILDING HARDWARE, LOCKS,
't : Hinges, Screws, Bolts, Cellar Grates,
Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, very cheap.
STERRETT & CO.
KNIVES & FORKS, Britainia and Silver
plated'Spoons, Brass, Copper, Plain and
Enameled Iron Kettles, and Housekeeping
goods generally. Sterrett 8f Co. '
UB S , Spokes,. Felloes, Wagon Bows,
Oil Cloth, Varnishes, &c.
STERRETT Ar CO.
PECIAL NOTICE : Now opening, the
largest and most complete assortment of
Men's Wear we have ever offered, consisting
of Super English, French, American and Ger
man, Black and Fancy Twilled and Plain
Cloths and Cassimeres, Fancy, Silk, Plain and
Figured Silk Velvet and Plush Vestings,
We invite particular attention to the above
goods. HALDEMAN'S Cheap Cash Store.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! The under
signed is now selling ott goods at greatly
reduced prices in order to make room for a
FALL STOCK,.-COME AND SEN.
J. R. DIFFENI3ACII.
Marietta, August 4, 1860.
Vanilla, Strawberry, Piae Apple,
Almond; Itose, Lemon, -
Just received and for sale at drove Roth's.
ALARGE assortment of Fancy Baskets of
all kinds,. size and description, just receiv
ed- and for sale at reasonable prices at
J. M. Anderson's.
et FD ER VINEGAR: Ten barrels Pure
lJ home made Cider Vinegar for sale at six
cents a. Quart at WoLrE's, made of the pure
juice of the apple; a single trial will convince
you of that fact.. Wolfe's Variety Store.
0 NEW BRASS
NjLOCK S—Good Time
•• Keepers, for One Dollar.
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry carefully, re
paired and charges moderate, at WOLFE'S.
Cane& Peaches, from Richards
& Ribbitas, Dover, the following vanetiern
Old Miken Free,
Ward's late , Free & Smock, very fine, • -
For Sale at W OLFE'S.
CLOTHS AND CASSIDIERS.—A very.su
parlor selection'of French and German
Cloths, and Cassimers, and a variety. of beauti
ful Vestings, selling very cheap at
SPANGLER & PATTERSON'S.
J. GII,OSII & SON, Lumber Dealers,
rd at the Eastern part of Marietta.
E- Please call at their office, adjoining the
THREE-STONY bribk house at the CANAL
EW FISH Mackerel
NO9. I, 2 and 3, in various
packages ; Herring and Cod Fish, at
SPANGLER e r PATTERSON'S.
".1 SACKS OF GROUNDGROUNDALUM SALT
VVjust received and will be eold below the
old prices, by .J. R., DIFFENBACH.
- rIgIIID Gam Drops, Candies, Fruits; Nuts,
Toys, &c., wholesale and retail by_
J. M. ANDERSON.
SEGARS and Chewing Tobacco. A large
and good variety at J. M. Anderson's.
EXCELLENT Cooking and Eating Apples
always on hand at Anderson's.
erKTIVI.DROPS: Stewart's New-York Gum
Drops, 8 varieties, at Wolfe's.
STEWART'S. New-York Candies, for sale .
. at WOLFE'S.
inthYOTT'S' Hanging and Side Lamps,
IJ For Sale at GROVE tir ROTH'S
Q . U.k'ERIOR COAL OIL-25 ceult a quail
33 . it GROVE W.ROTH , S. •
AEIRESH. Lemons and Oranges hst receiAme.
_IL7 and for sale cheap at J. 111.'AiittersOrek.
T.EIVIONS—= - New Crop French •Leinons just
receivedLand.for sale at' WOLFE'S.
GO3 54ba the ,
For the General Election for 1860.
TN Pursuance of the duties imposed by the
Electipn Laws of the State of Pennsylva
nia, I, BENJAMIN F. ROWE, High Sheriff
of Lancaster county, do hereby publish and
give notice to the qualified citizens, electors of
the several Wards, Townships, Districts and
Boroughs of the city and county of Lancaster,
that a General FleCtion will be held on TUES
DAY, the 9th day of OCTOBER next, 1860, at
the several places hereinafter designated; to
elect by ballot,
One Person duly qualified for Member of the
Thirty-Seventh Congress, of the United States.
Two Persons duly qualified,for Members of
the Senate of Pennsylvania.
Four Persons duly qualified for Members of
the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania.
One Person duly qualified for Sheriff.
One Person duly qualified for Prothonotary.
One Person duly qualified for Register.
One Person duly qualified for Recorder.
One Person duly qualified for Clerk of Quar
One Person duly qualified for Clerk of Or
tine Person duly qualified for County Com
TWo Persons duly qualified for Directors of
the Poor, to serve for three years, and
One Person duly qualified for Director of
the Poor, to serve for one year.
Two Persons duly qualified for Prison In
One Personduly qualified lor Coroner.
One Person duly qualified for Auditor.
lat Disteict--Compoied of the four Wards of
Lancaster city The qualified voters of the
North East - Ward will hold their election at
the public,House of Anthony Lechler, in East
King street; those of the North West at
the public house occupied by. Adam Trout;
those of the South East Ward at the public
house occUpied by Rapp & Wilson,
King street; those of the South West Waal at
the public house of Martha Urban.
2d District—Drurnore township, at the No.
2 ichetithonse in the village of Chestnut Level.
lliii" * DriitrAct-Composed of 'the township of
West Donegal, including the Borough of Eliz
abethtown;,at the public house now occupied
by George Boyer, in 'the Borough of Eliza
4th District—Earl township, at the public
hall in the village of New Holland, in said
sth District--Elizabetli township, at the pub
lic house now occupied by Franklin & Elias
• Bentz, in Brickersville, in said township.
Gth District--13orough of Stiasburg, at the
public house now occupied by Henry Bear, in
'ith District—RaPho township, including the
Borough of Manheim, at the public house oc
cupied by Michael White, in said borough.
bth District—Salisbury township, at the pub
lic house now occupied by John Mason, White
Horse tavern, in `said township.
9th District—East Cocalico township, at the
public house now. occupied by Widow Fulmer,
in the village of Reamstown, in said township.
10th District—being a part of the township
of East Donegal, at the, public school house in
the village of Maytown, in said township.
11th District=Cmrnariron' township, at the
public house how occupied_ by" John Myers, in
the vilage of Churchtown.,.in said, township.
12th District=l..lisruc township; at thefiouse
now occupied by. George. Robinson, in said
township- ' - - •
13th District--13art township, at the public
house now occupied by Edwin Garrett, in said
1 th District—Colerain township, at the pub
lic house now occupied by James Cr. Under
hand, in said township.
1. th District--Fulton township, at the public
house now occupied by Joseph Phillips, in said
I6th District—Warwick .township, at the
public house now occupied by,Samuel Lich
tenthaler, in the village of Litiz, in said town-
17th District—Compose& Of. the Borough of
Marietta, and partmf, East Donegal township.,
at the public school-house in the Borough of
Marietta, in.said township.
18th District—Columbia Borough, at the
Town Hall, in said borough.
19th District-Badsbury township; at the
public housemow occupied by Abraham }Loop,
in said township. ,
20th District—_Lea.cock township, at the pub
lic house now occupied by. George Diller, in
21st District—Brecknock township, at the
public house, now occupied by Isaac Messner,
in said township.
22nd District—Composed of, parts of town-.
ships of.Rapho, Mount Joy and East Donegal,
at the public school house In the Borough of
23rd District—Being part. of East ileniplield
township . , at the public house now occupied
by Jacob Swarr, in the yillageof Petersburg,
in said township.
24th District—West Lampeter . township, at
the public house now occupied by Henry Mil
ler, in the village of Lampeter Square, in said
26th. District—Conestoga township, at the
public house now occupied by John G. Preis,
in said- township. .
26th District—Being part of Manor township,
at the upper school house in :the Borough of
,Washington, in said township.
2.th District—Ephratatownrship, at the pub
lic house now occupied by John W. Gross, in
28th District—Cony township, at the public
school house in the village of Bainbridge, in
2- th District—Manhtim township, at the
public house now occupied by Charles H. Kry
, der; in the village of NelfsVilleiin said town
. 30th District—Being part of Manor township,
at the public house now occupied by 'Geerge
Hornberger, is IVlilleistown, in said township.
31st District—West Earl township, at the
publie house nowoccupied by Graybili B. For
ney, in, Earlvilie in'said township.
32d District — West H'empfield township, at
the public house now occupied byJohn Kendigi
in said township*.:. _
33d Districts - Strasburg township, at the pub
lic house now-,oacupied -, by James Curran,. in
the Borough of Strasburg.
34th Mar/az— Bei* palfsf Manor township ,
commonly caked .bidinianwn distant, at the
public house beinardi gtonery in said town
ship.' • .
65th. District = West Cocalico township, at
the public -.Runk now .oetupied by John W;
Mentzer, in the village of Shoeneek, - inl said'
36th DistrictEest Earl township, at the
public house now occupied by Henry Yundt,
Blue. Ball, in said township. • •
37th District—Paradise township, at the putA
lie house now occupied by James Tiew,in said
386 i District—Being a part of East Hemp ,
field township, at the public school - •house in
the village , of liempfield, in said . township.
39Th District—Lancaster township, at -the.
publichouse novioccup!ed by Daniel Hartman,
in said towniihip.
40th District—East - Lampeter township; at
the public house now occupied by Henry Ken
eagy, in. said township.
41st District—Little Britain township, at the
house of Aaron Brogan & Co.
42d District—Upper Leacock,towhship, -at
the public house of Michael Bnder, in -said
43d Distriet- , -Penn township; at the public ,
house of C. Hershey, in said township. •
44th District= Borough of Adamstownjatthi
school-house in said borough. '
45th HiStrict—ClaYtoiviiship at the house of
George W. Steinmetz, (formerly John
46th' District—Pee/ma- tewiathip,:at• the Pub- .
lic house. of. Benjamin Rowe, in said toismsliip,
• 47th District—Providence tovvnahip, at -tit&
house oecupiedliy .Mary Miller,.in sal& town-
• 48th District—Eden,townshipoit , the
house. of,William;J. Hess, in said township;
49th District—Being that part of Mount Joy
township heretofore in:elude:4M the.3d diitrict;
at Lehman'.s school- house, - irrsaid township.
The General polls, in all the Wards,
Townships, Districts and Boroughs of the
are to be opened between the-hours of
eight aml-ten-oleloek-in. the foremoop ! 91%4 pilaff
euntipUe -without iitteitiption or Wrnment
=until seven o'clock- in the - evenib lien all.
the polls-shall be elosed. ,- ",
Every person, excepting Justices of the
Peace who shall hold any office or appointment
of profit or trust under the Government of the
United States, or of this State, or of any city
or incorporated district, whether a commission
ed officer or otherwise, a subordinate officer or
agent, who is or shall be employed under the
Legislative, Executive or Judiciary department
of the State of the United States, or of any
city or ineorptitated district, and also that
every Mefnber of Congress, or of the State
Legislature, and tif the Select and Commoff
Councils of any city, or Commissioner of any
incorporated DiStriet, is, by law, incapable of
holding or exercieing , at the same time the o'f
fice or• appointment of judge, inspector or clerk
of any election of this Comitionwealth, and no
inspector, judge or other officer of any siiell
election shall be eligible there to be voted for!
The Inspectors and Judges of the electionS
shall meet at the respective places appointed
for holding the elettitni in the district to whielf
they respectively belong, before nine o'clock
in the morning, and each of said Inspectors
shall appoint one Clerk, Who shall be a quali
fied voter of such district.
In. rase the person who shall have received
the second highest number of votes for insvee
tor, shall not attend on the day of any election,
then the 'person who shall have received the
second highest number of votes for judge at the
next preceding election shall act as inspector
in his place. And in case the person who
shall have received the highest number of
votes for inspector shall not attend, the person
elected judge shall appoint an inspector in his
place—and in case the person 'elected a judge
shall not attend, then the inspector who re
ceived the highest number of votes' shall ap
point a judge in his Place—or if any vacancy
shall continue in the board for the space of one
hour after the time fixed by law for the open
ing of the election the qualified voters of the
township, ward or district for which such offi
cers shall have been elected present at such
election, shall' elect one of their number to nll
The Judges are to make their returns for
the county of Lancaster, at the Court House,
in the City of Lancaster on Friday, the 12th
day of October, A. D., 1860, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
BENJ. F: ROWE;Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Aug,Lancaster29 1860
.a 3 •
H ODGES, DAVIS & CO'S
Consoli44ed Lo4eries' of CFOOrgiti‘
Authorized by the Legislature for the
BENEFIT . OF ACADEMIES.
• CLASS B
DRAWS EVERY TUESDAY, IN THE C11"4
MACON, GEORGIA. . . .
78 NUMBERS. 14 DRAWN BALLOTS . ,
1 Prize of 0100,000 is sloo,ols
2 Prizes of 50 000 at€ 100 1 111
2 do 25,000 i 5 50,000
2 do 20,000 " 40,000
2 do • 5,000 1 ' 10,000
2 do 3,000 " 6,000
2 do • . 2,000 " 4,000
I do . 1,000 it 1,000
350 do 200 are 70,000
64 do • 100 " 6,400
64 db ' 80 " 5,120
.69 do -' ' '6o' -" 3,840
12S do 50''" — - 6,900'
5,504 do ''. 32 - 4), 176,000
28,224 do :16 n '461 000
34,412 Ph2es, siniotinting to $1,030,472
TICKETS, sl6—Halves,. $&---Quattes, $4
Certificates of 26 Wholes,'ssso ; of 26 Hilvei,
$125; of 26 is, 0.62.50; of 26 Eiglitits,'.ol
THE HAVANAP.T.A.A - LOTTERt
[MORE 1 , 173ZE8 THAN BLANKS.]
Is drawn everrSatnrday._ Capifal
$70,000. ticketa, . $B. lialveS, $4.
CITt PLAN LortEßiEs
Drawn every day) in: 1 0 1 doh You euti aflect
your own 'numbers.Tickets from $1 to
any price, and prizes in proportion
- EVERY FAIZE IB DEAWN.
.Circulars containing full Oplanationa of our
Schemes, etc., will be forwarded by mail to any
one sending us their name.
411 communications strictly -confidential.
In, ordering Tickets or Certificates enclo's
the money to our.address for the .tickets
cd, on receipt - of which they will be forwarded
by the'first mail. The list of drawn nuMbera
and prizes will be sent to purchasers immedi
ately after the drawing.
The official drawings are published in the
Orders received and prizes cashed at No. 555
BioadwaY, NeWLYork. Direct your orders to
L. A. HODGES, Actwr,' N. Y. CITY,
OR, HODHES,ILI'VIi S.* CO., .
MANAGERS, MACoN, GEORGIA.
-2 , i'UnOWSZaßee , lo l " . afeD
FOR DELICATE DISEASEg.
NO. 1 THE GREAT Rrivritn.—Sp'eedily
eradicates ill' the evil ofects of self .abillie,-
ss loss of Memory, shottneas of breath, giddi
ness,. palpitation of the heart, dimness Of vis
ion, or anyconstitutional derangement of the
system brought on by the unrestrafned indul
gence of the passions. Acts alike on either sex.
Price one dollar. " •
No. 2. THE BALM.—WiII curd in from two
to eight diiys, any case of Gonorrhoow,(cltip)is'
Without taste or smell and requires no restric
thin of action or diet; for either sex ; price I.
NO. 3.' THE TElttll will cute Gleet in the
shortest possible titne, and I can show certifi
cates of cures effected by thistethedy, wher
all others have failed. No tastd or smell.—
Price one dollar.
NO. 4'. Tu PUNITER la the only known
remndy that will positiiely dui% strictures df
the -urethra, do matter of hotit long standing or
neglected the case may be. Ptice one dollar.
NO. 6. -TAF: Soi:o'ricilt will sure any mad
of Gravel permanently and Speedily remove
all diseases 'from the bladder.and kidneyst=
Trice one dollar.
No. 6.' THE PREVENTOR is a sure preven
tion against the contraction of 'any disease, is
less expensivn , and far preferable to „anYrtang
in use. Adapte,d to either BOX. Price $l.
' NO 7. THE Itrd'Aing will cure the whites
radically and in'ldsd tilne thah they dais be el
factually removed by any other- trAittlient ; in
'fact this is the only remedy. that will really
cure this disease:; pleasant to talte."Priee;s
NO. S. . TATE QUIENT.A.L.PASTILS are Cer
tain safe and-speedy-in
thin or correcting .any wregularities •of Ore.
'monthly periods: Pride . two' dollartt•
. No.. 9: TUE FEMALE, SAE-MI:FAR% or.Org-:
spring Regulator will last a lifetime. -Price $5.
Either of •the litensedies will lie sent free„by
mail on receipt of the price ItimenadZ Oircu•-•
lore containing valualde informatinn ivith full
description cif 'Mich Remedy, may tillobrallied"
by enclosing one post stahip. ...Address
Mt: FELIX BRUNON, :Box 29; - -
These Remedierare soldin Marietta only by
JOHN JAY LlBElAlLT,_where.circulars.con.
Mining a full description of each case can be
obtained gratis, on, application. '' •
General Depot, North• East Corner of York.
Avenue aid Callowhill street,philadelphia,Pa.
ICP In complicated cases I can be consulted
-by letter, or perscmally atmy. Wien p entrance, ,
No. 40) York Avenue. Dm Thirmort.
" August 27, 1859. , 1v.
WM. - 8.. REDGRAVE, -
. CanturiSSion'• Lumber,' /Verdant,
West- Rills , Avenue, Baltimore, Md.
EiiPACTFULLY Went his services for the
Mvale of L IAI'IIE R every description
.Frofn his knowydgCqrtli elinsiness he feel"
Confident orbeufgAddi toS t Odin the higiest
mai* rites for sltc) t slA4ftrits
fasciae.' " "
OMOKERS THIS. W-4TT . - ' .e IliYefaat.•
13ieceived another ititiik:,..' ~ ti Mae*.
Haaina .....gars., the Fi .4-'-,. I_ , 11 ig, -
•we haiNetalio-on• - hand,i ten tbottsiind !Sp •
Gwv , ,,,Sixes,- and a . .full; supp.ty-of' Haman .
.Situalting-Tobaceo. .. ,
A•getteral--assortment of the best. Tobacco
and , ,ftsfrattWays ori hand, at
. • . . I ,VOILFE'o .Nortox Roush:" ... :
HEALTH Ale ITS PLEASURES,
Or, Disease with its Agonied:
1-LOOSE BETWEEN THEM
*hat is more fearful thin the breaking
down of Pie nervous Systein? To be
ble or nervous in a small degree is most
tressing, for Where can a remedy beloun'd
There is one :—drink but little wine, beer;
spirits, or fur better, none; take no coffee,—
weak tea being preferable; get the fresh'
air you Can ; take tree.or fatir Pills every nigliff
eat plenty of solids, itolding the use of slops";
and if these goldbn rules' ale fait:wed, y . cni
Will be happy in mind and strong iti body, and
fdrget you have any nerves.
MbTIfER AND DAUbHP.VIS:
,If there is one tkipgnior tho AnAher.for
thee Pills are so famous it is tJreuguri
fying propeities; especially theit.,piret of
cleansing the blood from all impurities; and
removing dangerous and suspended secretions:
Universally adopted as the- one grand remadY,
for female coinplaiiita, they never fail, ague;
weaken the sySteM, and always Tiring sdout
what is required. . . . . .
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT OF AP-
These feelings which m:1'4.14114E, most
quently arise from annoyaNce t s or trouble; ki*
obstructed perspira on, or from 'eating Ira
drinking whatds u t for uktbuti..dniordenrig
the liver and ston3i 1. The olgiins must be
regulated if you iviA to tie vgall, The Pillii,, if
taken according to the pripted, instructiose„
will quickly fesidie ii healthy action to built
liver end stathaeb,,wherieefollow on a natural'
,good, appetite and a clear Gera.
In the East e n
In any °their
Medicine is ever used for these.tlisoolps.
DISOWDERS OF THE KIDNEYS:
In all diseases- affectiag these 01040,
er tliey settete too finch or too little water I
or whottior they be afflicted With &one orgisirief
or with aches and pains settled in the loins
'fairer the reions'i,of kidneya t these Ping
should be taken accotdin to-the printed direr:
tionsi end ttie Ointment itiould be well rubbed
'into' the small of the back at bed titre. This'
tierltnietit wifl give 'aliaoit iminediaft relief
whtn all other mans have failed.
FOR STOMACHS OUT OP ORDER
No medicine will so e ectnelly e
tone of the stomseh dalh'ese Pills • they remove
all acidity, °Cathode?' either by! AnOtnperanee
or itriprt.per dint: They !Melt the liver
and reduce it to Is. healthy _ action ; they are
wonderfully efficaeionfi ettse.- of spasin,—in
fact they ,never fail 4e,(11-ip'g all disorders of
the liver and Stomach.
irolloway's Pills aretheb4ii relied" kridiinft
in the world for, the' following duerzats:
Ague'9 B 3 r x
,oftuna:, .Dysentery, Jaundice,,
Cortiplidnltij Wanklas, Liv.o; Cent-
Blotches on the Female Ir-
Skin; regularities, Lumbago;
Rowel Complaints; Feverit of all. Piles,
colies, • - . kinds ; Ithenmatislii
Constipation of the Fits, Retention of
Bbwels - urine;
•Coustuiption, ' Head -ache; S4rofida ' or
Debility, Indigestion; King's Evil;
Sicuie Mod GraVef; Tumours, Sore Throats;
'Secondary Syrup- . Venereal Af:
toms, Worms of all fectionai
,cAtrioN:—Nentrarp gentjtne,.unless tile
Words "Ilow.ow.h.,t;.lslzw" Tons: 4 Attro .IL t ort-i,
non . " are diabernAsible 14 7 fah-niip* in evezy
leaf of 'the &Voir '0 ,4AM/ikons around each pot
or boi; eareie may' be plainly We' . olro tg"
ing the leaf to the light. A handsel:de reward
will be given fo fay one rendering such intpi
nuttion eitiy. l ead to the' detection of
party 'dr' parties - 6cariteifegii:lg'thie medicin es of
vending the name, kndng• them, to be spii:
' Sold at tlie Nt addfaCioik Tr'
Low Ay, 80 Muiderr , l e ane,',New . Totrk, ;ing:l by
all resp,eciable Druggists and DeAlers in Medi
cine, throtighoUt the civilized world, in boxii
at 25' cents, b 2 cents and slddoh.
•ITftere is considerable saving by taring
the fitgei sizes.
N. B: Direc tions for the of patients
in every disorder are affixed to each hot.
TEE REMEDY FOR
OISEASE CiF THE KIDNEYS;
LIVED 645mr , LAINT, ,
liv - BAKNuctm OF ANY KINDi
FEVER AND AGUE,-
id fie various affedidne Mantled epos a &Ant
STOMACH• Al LIVER,.
Buick Acidity or ,the Nomad', Oil
Pains, llMYtbnne, Loss df APPetite, DeacandencTr
Costivonms, Blind and Bleeding Piles.ell;
VOUB, Rheumatic, and Neuralgic Affections,. it lute iu
niometeue,instances, pemelt highly beneficial, add - in'
°then effected kdoeicledln:.
I T / * * a• l'inelY,Xefie Jo . coolkonnd , rednp A
shnctly aclentific cinhicipt `after the manner of the
chlebretedVolland Manx?, Beechen'. Its Minitittiori •
at home Prodiced Or introduction here,lbs and,
commencing with Wpm pf ,the Fatherland
qe4.-the MAY 4
brought with t Burp] banded down the ,
of Ite vann6. -- tfolo'offerai to the American • •
knowing that - its truly wonder/id mabnu — at t(eispee
ifturt be aa-ta ow beet jpee -
1.•••••. • •
partldlay recommended to thafri:*erhonir
Viten ccestititiorte may have: een inspaked V thee
continuous We of ardent spirits, or other.lprips,.of.,
eistdotion."Ranenelli toetaut aeons a it
its ',ray directly kthe seat of rife,eg sick .
chile` every nerie, rasing ovum g 'atk
in SCE MAW new health and vigor in tha is *L
NOTlCE.—Whoever expects to Rodithilt
4ill be disappointed ;,but•to the suck, ye& and: ow'
sPitited,A voljvcoce a grateftd aromatic eeratil,,,poir
sessedMf singular remedial propeCtiM2' •
Genuine-highly concenfiafeklleecluiven Hol
land Bitten As put up battigip,nlY, sad
&anal Owe Emma ,por bottlfr_ffAtra.
DAUM. The great detain' cot ton
rated medicinelkaa Mimed mien , imitations,
the pnblic should guard against p
Atif-BeWare of ImpoSitibn.: Bile fritereetit an
the label of every bottle piabny:.
Bold by Dinggietd general'', It . can Del tore,.
warded by Express to most gouda.
B OLE pa op raw° ,
Tau A exult'NO
; IPlllMittgalt*Atid'eOftsti s i;'' 's
PIT TSB lAtii*Vii*:. 4 .* • --i
-:_ror, Sae. cet:Chr.nkiViticiii6 Dragt`*.to::
1." _ Market strait,: A illiEtta, Pit:
;71 ADS .4.1i1) atittittionlna jna(
_received an elevul
'XIC AMELAistigg,-10f 70ilioppM0 3 :falir Ots,
:)•' , Wta and CeJngips:e4lPPcea - ,PITte.4 below
the usual . rates,ailewso*Le. Ten* handabtne Canes
I.ler. gentlemen, Portniopies,,*-„ •