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Ete Yocal, Mariettiatt.
4"aiwLda.li,gepienitto t 14,787/0:
WIDE AWAKES From present ap
pearances we Will haVe a uniformed club of
nearly two hundred Wide Awakes by
Wednesday morning next, in time:to at
tend the Great Mass Meeting at Lan
caster. At a regular meeting of the
"Lincoln Club" in the Town nail, on
Tuesday evening, it was ithanimonsly re
solved to change the orgabization to that
of a Wide Awake Club, to be styled
Trig MARIETTA WIDE AWAKES,
and immediately completed the organi
zation by electing the following addi
tional officers ;
Captain, Jeremiah Shaffner.
Lieutenants, Henry S. Libhart,
Henry H. Sawyer,
Sergeants, J.M. Erism an,
J. li. Miller.
After the completion of the organize•
lion, a committee was appointed to go
•through the borough and solicit mem-
Ibers, and up to Friday evening one hun
•dred and eighty had enrolled their names.
Rev. A. B. Grosh, the President, having
tad occasion to go to Philadelphia on
Friday morning, took an order along for
The Club will meet this . evening at
what is known as the "irishtown school
turln passing down Market street on
\Wednesday afternoon we ebserved quite
.a hustle in front of Diffenbach's store,
.and found upon inquiry that a lot of new
goods had just arrived. Go and see the
WThe "Ullman" meeting on Friday
°evening of last week, In the 'town Hall
Park, was, notwithstanding the bad
weather, a very large dad 'enthusiastic
one. A large delegation'pE ide Awakes
from Columbia, headedtby Cols. Green,
Kauffman and Fisher rrived on the
ground about 9 o'clock and' made the
welkin ring. The meeting was kept up
until nearly midnight, IVe
but one opinion of Mr. lllman's speech
—which was that it was Masterly and
lED - L couple of weeks
of E. Ilaldeman, of Chi kil
into and pillaged; on Saul
Cassel's tavern, at the iota
borough was also robbed at
night the boatmen's grocerl
any, adjoining Cassel's tavern
and robbed and on Tuesdi
Cabinet shop of Mr. Basti
Lane, was broken in and
large lot of tools.
As Mr. George 11. Eft
.uel G. Miller of this borougl
sing the Columbia Bridge
Wednesday, Sept. sth, they
smoke arising from the toy
some distance from therm.
reaching the spot found 6rer ,
tween the plank of the t'
bridge; they at once extin_,
Wolf has just reattiv
13ond's celebrated Boston,'
Graham Crackers. An excel
for the sick.
sr Brenneman, of Lancast
scale of prices this week. '
THE PLEDGES : We states
that Messrs. DILLER, SHICNCIC t
sox, who have allowed "I3ILLI
"TER" to use them on his "Ind
ticket, had pledged themselves
to support the ticket nominal
People's County Convention.
lists the pledges as they were i
to that body :
The undersigned, a candidat- i r State
Senator, hereby pledges himsel .o stand
by and support the ticket nom * , ted by
this convention. ' Sothi Fit,LEIL.
Lancaster, Aug. 16,1860. to - ,
Lancaster, Aug. 11,100.
We will support - the ticket. t.,
.I.lEnav S. Stavix, .
G. CLARKS ; . , ' '
0, L. HUNSECKER, Esq., of ishUim,
is placed upon the mongrel coisern for
Senator, in place of Dr. J. L. 4 :eigle'r;
declined. Mr. H. was a candidte.be:
fore the People's County Con4ntion,
and so determined was he to we the
nominees of that Convention his iiiciport,
that he was not satisfied with givlg one
pledge, but gave two, as follows (
Lancaster, Aug. 15,460.
i We will give our support tb thOicket
I settled this day by the "People's;camitv
Convention." Jottx M. &Elba.%
C. L. HUNSECIR L
SENATOR.—I pledge myself to tort
the Ticket as settled by this cony ion.
C. L. HIJNSEC R ,
arThere's the record. Let il e n.
tlemen who pledged themselves io,nch
1 unmistakable terms make their c l ' net
square with it if they can.
It should also he recollected tha 'oh
of the gentlemen. announced them 68
as =Leaden, "sgbject to the deeisi ' o f
the Peoples' County Convention." o _
caster Union.. 04
iliriawlies' &Want plow is to bet:
to Cuba, for the purpose of • introda
it into that island. Col. Wooksh:
hibitor, is haviug . two coostritote
Philadelphia; which he intends -to
out with him:
MORE DECLINATIONS : Mr. Samuel A.
Worth says in a note to the Examiner :
My name having oeen placed on the In=
dependent ticket for Assembly, is a mat
ter of much surprise to me, as it was un
aVthorized. I am not a candidate for
any office at this time, and do therefore,
most respectfully decline the nomination.
Jr, J. K. Raub also declines the honor
of a defeat, as the "Independent" candi
date for Register.
Di. S. M. Shaeffer, of Elizabeth town
ship., also wishes us to state that the use
of his name was unauthorized.
Mr. Abraham B. Greybill, of West
Earl, deaths us to say that his name was
used on a 'committee at the late County
meeting of "sore heads," without his
knowledge or consent. He was not
present in the city on that day, and if he
had been, he would not have partieipa
in the movement, and simply-because he
had no s:ytaPithy with it; or its conduc
On Sunday evening last, by Rev. George,M.
Clawges, Mr. MARTIN SHIELbs, to MistuCE
cv.tts. DEPI'LER 3 all of this Borough. ,
On Tuesday evening, Sep. ith,, at. the house
of Jacob R. Hoffer, Esq.i Mount Joy, by 4ev.
James Smith, M. E. Mum ESOtiiSHADE of
Paradise, Lancaster dbtinty, to:Misi :FANNIE
R. LONGENECKER of Mount Joy. .
On the 13th inst., in St: James Church, by the
Rt. Rev. Samuel Bowman, D.. D., THOMAS W.
HENDERSON, of Pequa to MARY, eld
est daughter of the late Gerardus Clarkson, of
On the 9th instant, Miss Stith M. CHILD,
daughtei of William Child, Esquire, of this
Borough, aged 59 years.
She stretched out her hand to the'poor; yea,
she reached forth her hands to the needy.-
- PROV. XXXI. 520.
I heard a voice from heaven; saying unto
me, Write, From henceforth . blessed are the
dead who die in the Lord_; even so saith the
Spirit, for they rest from their labours.—
, F.Ev. xrv. 13.
On Wednesday morning last. Mr. Geoß
PETERS, of this borough, aged 66 years, 10
months and 28 da) e.
Boonc County Mo. papers please copy._
lb Wrightstilles on Sunday, September 2d,
1860, FRANCIS SCRIMINGER, formerly of this
Borough, aged 56 years.
To his MARIETTA 'Fiiends ! !! Pg.
nee the store
NE has romoved from Centre Square, to
WEST 'KING-ST., LANCASTER, Op
posite Cooper's 'Hotel; where he has the finest
BOOT AND SHOE STORE
IN LANCASTER CITY.
He makes fine calfskin Boots (the best) for $4;
Calfskin •WalkiiieStioes, $2,2b
Ladies Half Gaiters, (double soles) $2,00
Ladies -Morocco. Boots, (heels) $1 ,t,24.
He has concluded to make the best work at
somewhict redueed'priees,and hopes by so doing
to enlarge and inthease his buSiness.
rr Mending of every kind neatly done.
Citizens of Marietta:—When you come to
Lanaaster, give BRENNEMAN a call and
you will surely be pleased with his work. -
September 15,1860, • 9-tf
'ay night last
ir and of this
of Mr. Sum
1, in Elbow
bbed of a
„ge-eak j ar& & flifjytter- Sew./
jU.ST RECEIVED BY
No. 6/ MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PA.
g path at
, shed it.
S now placing on his shelves and ready for
examination and sale, the largest and best
twlected stock of FALL AND WINTER Goo DS
ever offered in this borcingh, to' which he now
invites the attention of the public.
New Styles' I:l*ss Goods,
Superior. rrialg'esDf Sake, '
A. large 'assortment of Calicos
Extra quality IVluslins, all prices,
Best make of Flannels, do
A large stock of Shawls
- Plain and 'faired Saelth Flannels.
Purchasers are.invited.to examine. onr stock,
as we are confident we can show them the best
styles at the lowest prices, in connection with
the largest stock. of domestic goods.
Satinetts and Caisimeres;
Bleached and Unbleadhed Iguanas.
Delaines, Calicos and Gingbania,
Drillings, Sheetings and Cheek's,
Pant Stuff, Hickory and Tickings,„
Best makes of Canton Flannels,
Splendid Cilieos for six cerite ' • ..
Good quality Muslin, six cents',
Plain and Figured Detains, .12i 'cents,
Heavy Unbleached Muslius, six cents.
ALL Kruns OF HOUSE FURISISIIIIidGOODS.
' Linen and Woolen 7"able 'cotter's:
Plain, Ornamental and Oiled Window Blinds
and Patent Fixtures, .
• Wall Papersaarpets, Floor Oil Cloths.
Wall - End Window Paper,
Gaiters, Slippers, Boots, Shoes, Brogans, &c.
illl — frery superior Syrup at . 6o cents a gallon.
All kinds of Liquors wholesale or, retail
A, LARGE, STOCK of CHEAP GROCERIES.
Rio Coffee at 15 cents, and other goods at cor
respondingly low rates.
The highest price given for Country produce.
a lot of
, gives a
e. his ad-
• • writing
TIN'E AND LIQUORS.
VV Superior Old Bmndy,*Old Rye Whiskey,
Holland Gin, Old Madcria, Lisbon, Sherry and
'Pittsburg Whiskey always on hand at the
lowe.lt market prices. Very Fine Brandy at
a very low figure, by the barrel.
J. R. DIFFENBACH. Market-4.
HE'Largest and best assortment of Fancy
Cloth & Cassimeres and vesting ever offered
in this market and will be sold, at prices which
defy competition by J. R. Diffenbach.
li-v‘ SACKS OF GROUND ALUM SALT
LlViust received and will be sold below the
old - prices, by I. it. DIFFENBACIL
T, D. BOND'S BOSTON, GRAHAM AND
• -, MILK. 'CRACKERS. An excalent 'ar
cle for the sick. For sale at WOLFS S.
BAGATE L L E:—An excellent Bagatelle
Table for sale cheap ; inquire at this office .
-IpRIME G It Co CERIES ;---Eio, Jaya and
-"Leguira "Coffee ; Crushed, l'illverized and
WWII Sugar; Superior Green and Black Teal
RiO.e Cheese and• Spices i Syrup and prime ba
ATTERSONc elle a t Pearl Parley at
YARDS or CALICOES at from
30 five to twelve-and-a-half cents a
yard. Now is the time to make quilts when a
first rate print can be had for S cents and good
tiality at 5 cents, at Spangler er Patterson's.
SAPONIFI ER.-10 Cases xenuine Keystone
r Consentrated I t ye,- for soap making, an
article extensively used by all housekeepers
who desire to have first rate soap, none-but the
genuine original article kept at
riIEA and Dinner Setta...-SeYerat crates o
new style queenswerei beautiful hi the
design,in fel! Dinner or Tea Setts, and at re=
heed prices di Spangler 4. Patterson's,
LAc -- c&TIIE WE 11:1_L•Y
CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOR
graPI , PSIA.s.
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS,
LIVEt 0 DI PLAIN T,
WEAKNESS OP ANY KIND,'
FEVER. AND ACUE,
And the rations ideation • conoteittlik tiOn a diserdered
Such as Indigestiotl, Acidity. of the Stomach, Colicky
Pains, Heartburn, Loss ,of; Appetite,
Costiveness, Blind and 'Bleeding Piles: In all ,Her,
vons, Rheumatic, and Neuillgie Affections, it bas,, ih
numerous instances proved highly beneficial, and in
others effected a decided cure.
This is a purely vegetable compotind, prepared oii
strictly scientific principles, sit t er the manner of, this
celebrated Holland Professor, Bcerhave. Its reptitatien
at hothe produced its introduCtion here, the deinand
commencing with thoie of the Fatherland scattered
over the-face of this mighty country, many,o; whom
brought with them end 'handed dawn 'the tradition
of its Milne. It it now 'offeiville the American pubHc,'.
knowing that its truly 'wonderful medicinal virtues
mat be Ix/mete/edged. ' '
It 'is particularly recommended tb those-' perms
whale constitutions may have been impaired by-the
continuous use of ardent spirite, or other fortes of
dissipation. Generally instanteneoukin effect, it finds .
its way directly to the seat of life, thrilling and quick=
every'rierve, raising up the drooping spititaid,
in fact, rinfnaing new health and vigor, in the system.
NOTICE--Whoever 'Jived& tolled this a beverage
will be disappointed; but to the sick; weak and low
spirited, itraill - prove a grateful aromatic cordial, pos
sessed of Singular remedial Propelties..
The Genuine biddy, conceyitrated_Boerhaire'a Hole
laud ..11itters is put up in half-pint betties only,.and
retailed at On DOLLAR per bottle, or six bottles for
.FrazDotialui. The 'great deniand for this truly cal&
brated Medicine has induced wily:imitations, which
the public should , guard against purchasing. . .
Atirterare of Tinposition. Eree that our name is on
the label of every bottle you buy. ".
Bold by Dniggiste generally. - It can be for
warded by Depress to most yoronts.•'
BENJAMIN PACE, JR. & CO.
harmargutists. and qiumists,
For sale at GROVE,& ROTH'S Drug Store
Market street, Marietta, Pa.
S. S. Rettlivoit, "
[uce..ssop. TO F. J. Kiuutpg
Merchant lailor, Draper. and Clothier
-LANCASTER, PA. •
AVAILS himself of this opportunity of an
nouneing to the citizens of Marietta and
vicinity, and his friepds and the public in gen
eral, thathe has taken the old stand of the late
F. J. Kramph, where he has been employed
for the last ten years, and intends continuing
the Merchant Tailoring Clothing business irt all
• t its various branches, and hopes that u
I I ) course of strict fidelity to his patrons may
It merit a reasonable share of their confi
dence and support. In addition to a complete
STOCK OF CLOTHING AND
Gentlemens Furnishing Goods,
He will tonetantly endeavor to provide a good
assortment of rrench. German and American
Cloths . , dassimeres and Veitinge,
which will be promptly made to order in a sub
stantial and fashionable manner, or according
to such styles as to his patrons may be most
desirable. .Ihe . Foreign - and - : American Fall
and Winter Fashions received, in - addition.to
the monthly. reports which come to hand regu
larly_throughout the year..
The agency for the order on sale of James
W. Scott's (formerly Winchester & Scott's)
celebrated Patent Shoulder-seam Shirts still
continued and properly attended. to.
Si 5..8..w0u1d be doing violence to his own
feelings arid'to the just deserts of liis - fri6ds in
Marietta, were he here to. omit returning his
sincere thanks for the. many. acts of kindness
they have-extended tower& him ditring - a long
series Of years, and• hopes lila .firture efforts
may not render him unworthy a continuance
of the'saine. ' ' ,[V7-1V
, Alexander Lyndsay.
FASHIONABLE BOOT 4 ',N/10.E
NaltkET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN
„ . . .
-Would most oespectfolly.infonn the citizens
f. this liorough And neigttborhood that he has
the largest assorpnent of .City: made, ,work in
bus-line of business in this .Borough,and .be.•
ing a practical BOOT. AND . SHOE. MAKER.
hinnself,is enabled to selectwithmore lodgment
than those who are not. Be. continues:to man
ufacture- in the very best -manner-everything
in the BOOT AND SHOE LINE, which he
will • warrant for neatness and good fit. -
- 11:rCall and examine his stock : beifire
BARRELS, Prune New-York AppleS,
fie.sh'fiom the Orc.hardsjUst received and
for sale at W,Ol. 'S. 'A.pnles alwayk
_hand. We have contracted with "one of-the
most extensive Fruit dealers,.in Philadelphia,
for our Fall.sup . ply. of Apples 'and Peaches,,
so . theie will be - difficulty in obtaini4 a nice
juicy apple, or a myeet melting peach, by call
ing at WOLFE'S.
FRESH HOME GRQIIND SPICES AT
AA' DERSON , 5' ! Attention Butc7ters
and Houslccepirs. Having r a great demand for
our famed 'SP/C.ES, I have concluded to con
tinue to keep a constant supply of Ground .peß
.Gra.und Corrimuier; and ,ppeid IlfArjorgnz.
TIORTABLE LAMP S: A new and most
r convenient.and' perfectly Safe lamp, called
the "Portable Coal Oil La.4,'"Ter sale cheap
at Grove Rbth's Drug Store.
O PECT,A.CLES to suit all who
can be aided with glasies, 4o "ab
can be bought at H. L. If E.T.ZAHM'S, Cor
ner of North Queen-st., and tenter Square,
Larcaster. Netv glasses refitted oldfmiles,
at short notice.
Vanilla,Strawberry, Pine Apple,
Almon, Rose . Lemon,
Just received and for s ale at Grove •3 Roth's.
ALARGE assoTtrnent of Fancy . Baskets of
all kinds, size and description, Just receiv
ed and for sale at reasonable prices at
J. M. Ander.son's.
CI !DER VINEGAR: Ten barrels Pure
home made Cider Vinegitr`ftiilale at six
cents a. quart at Wot.F.E's, • made of the pure
juice of the 'apple; a shigla . tri s al4jll convino
you of that fact. -Wo(fes--Yiricry'Store.
T IQUID Gum Drops, Candies, Fruits, Nuts
, Toys, &c., 'wholesale and retail by.
T. M. ANDERSON.
TO LANDLORDS! Just received, Scotch
and Irish W. E S warran
ed pure, at H. D. Benjamin's.
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. .
GUM DROPS c Stewartds , durit
Drops, S varieties, at Wolfe's.
INE OIL and FLUID, at Grove 4- Roth's
444 4 4 4
DR. ESENWEIN'S TAR AND WOOD
N AP THA PECTORAL.
IS THE BEST MEDICINE IN THE WORLD
FOR THE CURE OF
Coughs and Colds, Croup, Bronchitis, Asthmai
Difficulty in preathing, Palpitation of
The Heart, Diptheria, and for
The relief of patients
IN TUE ADVANCED STAGES OP OONstlmriTrOgi
together with all Diseases of the Throat and
Chest, and which predispose to Consunitnion.
It is peculiarly adapted to the radical cure of
Asthma. Being prepared by a practical:phys
ician and druggist, and one of great experience
in the cure of the - verb:Ms diseases to which the
human frame is liable.
It is offered the afflicted with the great
est confidence. TRY IT and be convinced that
it is ihvaluable in the cure of Bronchial affec
tions. iri'Paten FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
Prepared only by Da. A. ESENWEIN & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND Cirriums, N. IN4 CPI. Stir&
Poplar Streets, Philadelphia.
11:3 - SOld..by every respectable Druggist and
Dealer in Medicines throughout the lState.
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Having very recently added a /arre and fash
ionable assortment of Types and Printing ma
terials, which will enable us to do all kinds of
PLAIN AND PAtiCY
Such as Cards, Ball Tickets,
Circulars, Programmes, Blanks;
Poiteve, Sale Bills, Bib.
Everything in the Jed Pritiviisd line
and cheaply executed and at Ehoii, odd!.
FKLID'K. L. BAKER,
C 'thz Weekly Matietticm s, lkifice:' •
OLD 'PENS' 11E-POINTED: '1 1 .11.1:CT,
Cram. Enclose• the Pen in a
letter, with cash or postage stamps. The re
turn mail will bring the pen as good . ai'new.
Editors giving this advelfiAementuarr inser
tions during the year 1860, rind 'send the copy,
shall receive a superiox Gold Pen in payment.
Address, STONE & BALL. Syracuse. N. Y.
icrWe will vouch for the fulfilment of the
above on the part of Messrs Stone & Ball:
' J. .C. K. TRUAIR & CO,
Proprietors of Syracuse Journal.
September'B, 1860-6 t. .
AND HOLLOW-WARE FOUNDRY,
P HIL ADELPRIA.
ABflott & NOBLE, Manufacturers of the
mostapproved style of STOVES; of every
description. ..SAlkirr. AND SALES ROOMS:
No. 238 Water Street, New-Pik.
No ; 419 srdwn Street,.Philadelphia.
B.—Send for" a Cataltigue. [3m
. • . . .
H. 874 I. J. Z413.1V1,
RESPECtVITLLY ;inform their
rrlendi and the pbblic that they
still continue the ; riTATCII, CLOCK:
AND JErrEißir businesi at the old
stand, North-west Corner of North
Queen street and Center Square, Lancaster,
A full assOrtrnent of goods in our line Of bust
ness always on hand and for sale at the lowest
cash rates.. •
l Repairing Wendell id personally by the
HARRY L. gamma EEnw: J. 'GAHM
jowrrmlLL.—We have added to our,Store
Romp a large Floor and Feed robin, we
can furnish Flour by the single pound, by the
barrel, or. fifty barrels, Chop Feed, Corn, and
Oats by, the bushel, at rat piicei, Bran, Sho',ita,,
Corn, Oats, Shipstuff and all - kinds of feed al-
Ways On 'hand for cash.,
Also Cracked Wheat and Graham Flour.
13. WOLFE; Market:at.,
Agent fur Jacob A..Kreybill.
O PERSONS - .. Out 'of Employment!'
Aats wanted to sell the Erie Sewing
Machine i6e Will kivb.it coannissionor wages
at from.s2.s to $6O per raonth, and. expenses
paid.. This is a new •Matthine, and so,eitaple
in its construction that a child of ten.years can
learn - to operate•it by half an houesrinstruction.
It is eaqual to any FurnilylSetiring:Afachine in
use, 'and the price is but-litteen...Dollars.• .
- Persong wishing an Ageney.will•address --
, J. N. BOYLAN,.Secretary,
Erie Sewing Machine Co., MILAN, 0.
" . . •• •
Au'g.l'2u4t . • • •
QOAL REGULAB. TINIEKEEPE.RA
,E,4 can be had of IL L. & E. J: Zraird, Cot.
NOrth Queen-st., and denier Square, Lancas
ter,_ Pa., in the shape of Equilibrium Leieri—
thb best, 'article of Snip leversnoWinthe mar=
Yet. They are lower-in price titan any watch
of equal quality and MU as true for timekeeiting:
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
,Hammered, and „Rolled Iron, if-
S. "Airs: isfor*iy, Rail goas; • Arrieriein
and German Spring. and .
_East steel; 'Wagon
$o es, Irian Axles, •Springs, &e., for smiths.
STERRETT 8; CO.
SUPERIOR COOK STOVE, very plain
style, each. one -warranted .to per- ...„.
orm to the entire^stitinaction of the
Parehaser.. - , STErIitRETT & CO. ..-,-.. 4 ,
A General - Assortment of all kinds of
BUILDING WADDWARE, LOCkSj -
.. -Binges ' Screws, -Bolts, Cellar Glutei,
Paint S, Oils, Glass and Putty r very- cheap,
. • - . STERRETT Sr.' CO.
. . . ,
, A...1.._t C NEW 131t.A.SS,
--yam.7 % ,.. • 4 • I. 0 C-K S—Goed..Tlme
••=:•---------',-,-. Keepersifor One Dollar..
divas, Watches and Jewelry carefully ro
flaire.dand charges thoderate, at WO,LFEIS, .
pEA.CiIES: Carted Petiches;floinlilChar&
Kibitzes, Dover, the - following Vanetkes:
Old Iklixen Free,'
Wzird , s late Free Sr. Smock, very fine,'
For Sale at WOLFE'S.
CILOTFIS AND CA SSIMERS.--A
penorselection of *Preach • and Gergian
"Cloths, and'Oassimers, and a variety of beauti
ful Vestbags, Selling very cheap it
:SPANGI..RE & PATTERSON'S.
T UMBER YARD.
g. - GROSH & SON, Limper Dealers,
Yard at the Eastern part of Marietta.
la- Please call 'Adieu' office adjoining the
e ' THREE-STORT brick liouee ti the cAnx.
•• NIVES & FORKS, .Brititinia and Silver-
. plated Spoons, Brass, Copper; Plain and
- 'meled Iron Kettles, and Housekeeping
goods generally.. 'Sterrett 4 Co.,
E W !' I S 11 :—Maokerel
1 1 4 Nos. 1, 2 and 3,in various
packages . ; Herring and Cod Fish, at
SPANGLER 4 , PATTERSON'S:
TIRLME Feathers.-3 Bales excellent live
ptcked. Feathers for sale .in large or small
quautitiestiy Spongier If Pdttaido.
genuine: Benianrin 4 co.
TT Er'.l3S , Spokes, Felloes, Wagon Bi4s;
IT Oil Cloth, irannshes; &c. Ikl
STERRETT 4S• CO.
VALUABLE SCHOOL BOOKS,
E. BIDDLE it CO.,
Zro. 508 Minor Street, Philadeiphia,
Catalgucs furnished gratuitous/y,on application
THE FIRST BOOK OF ETYMOLOGY. By Jos.
Thomas; M. D. [Price, by mail, post-paid,
In use in the Public Schoolsof Philadelphia,
New York, Brooklyn, lie.; State Normal
Schools of Mass., Ikc.
For the study of Etymology the following
idvantages are claimed :--
1. -It imparts to the pupil a more .thorough
and precise knowledge of the meaning of the
vlortlS of the English Itingnage than can be ob
tained by any other process in the same period
2. It trains the mind of the pupil to habits of
analysis and generalization,—a desideratum, in
all systems of education, which is dUrfplied
mathematical studies to the collegiate student,
and bjr this study, 1k is believed, better than
by any Other. to the common-school pupil.
Alsoitiblished- 7 for higher classes.f=-
141uPs ClaSs-Dook of Etymology: 1 - 54Cfs.)
Oswald's Etymological Dictionary. [sl 12.]
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. _ee ,
iArieuleir .oolionj tootiogi AO.
bfflonieqi Soeietn i
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• AT TIKEIR GEO/INDS, IN Tilt
city orLancaCtbi,- Pennia.,
On Tuiesday, Wedp6Sduy,:Thursday and
Friday, the•2sth., 26th, 27th, and :26th
Days of Sep,tellibei 4 1860..
MPLE atrangemente*6 - being made to
.. - accoinmOdSte *id "exhibit to the best ad
vantage every kind of Stock,,and all Articles
444 axe useful or interesting in Agriculture,
the — Mechanick, the ;idajiufuctures and the
The"eitiZens . of Lineluiter county and the
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bring:their aninuils and a • Xtfelegior competition.
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Fuither,. infokmt4ion fbrilished
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The 'undersigned Would take this 4,10 , -
methcid of informing the inib li c that he, \`,W
is 'still engaged fit the. Je'welry
Market street, next door to Jas. 111: ArdeeSo7l;B
Confectionary, were everything in will
be carefully:and -promptly attended to. at very
fehliisnable prices. He has the Celebrated
Tiri. l 4-day 'Equalizing Clock,
oeall' kinds, Watches, JeWeliy, Musi
all'AlWinents; Fancy Articles,,,
• JOHNS. 817011,F.12.
EAELRY. , —A large Istot seracted stock of
attire jewelry of the latest Pattetins Vein 'the
best fact(!!ilds'in!threinintry catilieXoun'd ai
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Cor. North Queen st. and Centre Square, Lan.
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goods warranted to be . as•represented. •
JAMES N. KING,
ATTORN'EY .A.`T LAW,
N9,..2Q7 Socrx7,Bl/.7u STREET /
14 •CIAL NOTlCE.'Rowopening, the
largesi-and most nom'ple'r . e assortment of
Mait 3 's - Wear vie have ever offetafkreonsisting'
of Super English, French, American - ' , lfiad - Ger-
Min; °Blacic rind randy 1 , 14`1
Cloths and CassinlertuOrlneypSilki-Plitlir
- Figured Silk Velvet - sad - Plustf e: r tiilgg i _&e.
goods' glArtlilllll4loB Cheap' Cash Stihw
PA:Rea - HANO-BU
NEAR;Tarr. LOWER; STATionylifiextETTK,
Who is determined that his wcitkshall-ba wel
done and at moderate prices. Give him a trial
MOFFA - 177.6..,
LIFE PILLS & PH(EgIX. BITTERS)
THESE MEDICINES heveiloyebeen !fedi*
the NW& for a period of May yogi' grid
during Unit tilde liittf tuttilththsedvpingh &at
acter m dirtiest , eterylset , dt th e ifdobei tot
their extredrdinity power df
restoring perfect IMO anifeeciarg
under nearly every ,Ind df draelute to' which
the human frail*. ittßable:
The following see among the dietressiog va
riety of human didemies in which the
VEGETABIA lillit .151.hifihretrig .
Are well known to be infallible: '
DYSPEPSIA, by ti blk crania*" th e
first and second Mon:racks; id crew aged*
of pure, healthy bile, inste p 'of
'of ilielttile thiti
acrid kind; FLATULENCY toss of APO :
tite, Heartburn, Headache; Heitlk.aidessi; Hi:-
Temper, Anxiety, Languor, add ikeltricholy;
ithieh ate the general syrinotortid of stag
*in yddihh; as a natural Caltieild , r dillS
COSTITrENES; by . eleabsing the
tenth of the intestines ;with a solVerit prtkietsit
end without tlefencei all viiilent Thirges
the boweld boatrite
kfflffißS of iiU tilidkity-letttoting the bltiqd
to a regultit'elfenliiiithi; tbrotigh ttie process df
prestoratied - iri such eadies; and !the thbrough
solution of gll nbatritctitni iii others.
The Life Medicines havebeen known to cure
RHE UMATISiIt jiefitlienentfiill 'Mee' lkes t AtA .
and GOUTiff , half that thaa r liy)reniglitignil
Cal inflaMmatlorivirota the - miiSclat and Via;
nients of the joints. •
DROPSIES of all Minds, free* Alin
strerigtheiiing• the, kidneys and Waddell' they
operate most delightfully on these important,
organs, hendd haiireeveilteehdratifol steer
eau remedy for the !moist cases:of:OßA VET.:
Also WURdtS;•by didodgingtfroni the tub
ings of the bowelt the Shirty mateitto sihich
these creatures adtfilia.. •
6(7671 VT, ÜbeilitSetintl/1/111/7 1 11VMTE
SORES, by the perfectintrity crkibhlheas-htfk
Mfrificincs give to the blood, IMAM the hifmors.
iilCtions, by their alterative effect updn the
&Ws that feed the skin, Mid the morbid state
of ‘whiel occasions all dispute comßlitietsi
sallow, cloudy;otheb ditagreeable cutm
The use of these Pills Mai very shokt time
*ill effect an entire etirelftSAlLTlßlEßErilt L
and at striking itherdvement iikthe eldsithotoot
the Akin- COMMON COLDS *Ad.:VIEW
ENZAp.ohII alwltya be vital - by meddle; dr by
two in the *tint CANS:
PILES.=Tbe orighial proprietor 'Of these
Metticines i Was cureth Of Pileer - oh hh aeon
studding by theuse.of theltifeldedieitiettlqdhei
FEVER AND AGUE.—For this scouqe of
the Western ecuiritibr, , theseithriffeinesAtin
Ilion& a sufej . spee - d$ hertain remedy:—
Otter teedieirteg hive the syttem subject to a
reitirn of the disesue—s - cure , by •these-Medi
tintti tielatiatitedi and
BILIOUS FIiVERS AXEL tiVAR "(VW.
PLAINTS.--7-Generalleetfilitti Loss :ofMite
tite,-and Diseases Of4ertudeuZ-the Medichtes
have bedn, Rae& 'with the tharberseficiaTesuttas
in eases' of this desetiption.l-4fidgsteil;
Semites, in its ivoistfonne4-34,91413 in the Wild
yet pon erfulatc.tion:of ths,lod.remnritabld 4,Nd
_nines., Night Sweats, .Nervoiiii Ner
+ous .Cdmplailits of: alf kinds; Psilpitsfron• of
the lienrt, Painters'. Win, nye npeedilpeurn4.
thnstinitions have beconieimpikired by the fin-
lid/chum use of Mercury, wilt find these 'Med
icines a pbtfeet core; AS' IheyriVVOr fafttp,oxsd
16itte from OA t(ttquirri all the efeeterpf bled
tury, ittlitittely sootier theiiytke 100,1 nyorful.
proparptions of ',40 . 4.5ti 7ipp.fr and
poi by W. B; go t ,
335 Bioadvdr, lark,
Few SA LE is ALL Elitraisitt.
(901 y hiscoB6ll ittortis of mcdortfi
: 6itito itefloVioffitmblii*
littlny, since the great dietctiitik at trot.,
Vutidi•have attempted not pilv to imitate his
restorative, but profess tp %howlbsonnol
something that would, results'rwduce dentibal
but they have all coose and: goneit&gr,car
ried away by the wandesfol results of Prof..
Wood', preparation., and have beete.)44l.td
leave the field to its. resistless iwvtay.. llsai
the following :...,
Bath, Maine, hillil - d8th) . : 1859 -
Pito F. O. J. Worm & Co. 1- 7 .The.letter 1 - itiote
you in 1856 concerning youtlaludblAlP kli.** l
storatire, and which you have littblished tri
this vicinity and elsewhere, bas given Vise to
numerous emplirldlouching -tlfe %gig lh the
case. Theonqilfridare, Maki' irefddt army
habitation and namei att stated in the.
oication • Malta; is It, kite of all. . . t 1 7 Ofti
tained ; thirdj.ddesriy fiajr.stqW T.O 4afe
in' good rioter lind..of ,pit - . col* 1 if• sill I
can Snit& nliSiter inraria ~ye l. `, ' hair
is even better tbild in any .d f tffy, / & for
40 years past, more soft,
~ , a ftd better
colored ; the same is gille-of 3 , ,V05 . ,. Islrers,ind
the only moist' Wily It iaribtleilitaltf Tyne, is
that ifIE "substarick is oitiThdir 6frifffregamit
ablution bf the fate, WheitifdaleWertell6adlitt
ivipinglhe fate in those banntletidd Wfih 'the
whiskers, the intrild result tfili 011thsefillThe
hair. I have • beet' in ilid , rfdeß.,itit art
humbet of totters fr h)fom 'pate' of 'i • *-
kind, asking me if my, hair still contint* ttp
tie go, d ; an there'is ari• muclilfrand iii theXao
u facture and sale of various gbnipbuffa- at
Wall as this, it tras,,ne douhrheetrbottlrimi
tated and been used, not •onty vittilont any
goodieitect. but ibigiiiblutehij 1 fialetot
used arty of ?dui , titietttonattve of allpife.dimit
for some months, sod yet mytaltrisewLoollis
orbit, and Itttitdreddhaveliiihrilintiddtitilla air-
Otlse, as tit& rid* 41 yearstard'afid iiiit &gray
hair in my head dr on mrfoce ; "anittb prava
this fact, I kenif-ydif-tletir of my bids taken
oft the past Week. I received ydiu favor of
two quart past
lilt. summer, .f*Whict - rath,
'rely grateful. I.gade it to my.friuseds rind in
i Need them to try it; many Satere idreptikal un
til after trial, and thew purehised and Wed :ft
with universal siteifeie. I will' ttiktii it.faiin,
that you send me a test by which I can dis
cover fraud iii the Itestoritive,-ablit liylisity;
1 fear, without ourliorit , p fronli , yosc. 4 A
' w i ll'success, • anti T , ipbta
articl e i nsur e m
good' effects do tioe.follow, thwfallibrialatanadi
byt the iniphre article, which.ndbletuthodatvdir,
tor Of the gried. I deem it mllltity att hereto
idre; tbzlitep Yea apprised tlf•thainilthinitedef
fectOn my hair,. as I Sastre itlt Aihdienteires
of me of my , unshalted ophlifth of-ileocalnafile
. reiiits. .I tetifilitl; ddaidirj yodrs,....
ARTO'H'S Run, 14 , 4 Nov. 304 18.086.
Pifer: 04. wieb: mogii.—Pirithileth:
ininly be d alai-Yoh rigreat injustlee nottd untie
lcrl O wn to the writibilhe vitindartful,aa well'its
the unexpected tesult 1 have 4aMerieneed.•frolit
itAinglone bdttle oryciutfliiit'.Mkterittivt. Al
lOr Using 'every 'kind' of Ikestorktirrea extant,
'but Without succeilsouidfinding ittyihilted nearly
destitute of hair; I Was fidaily Induced: o , try
fi bottle of your Hair Restarative: Now, sem
dor. and justice compeinit-torinndurtodtawhii
eter May Teta lids, 4st I now pidible* , a, , new
grid' lleatitiftll kroorrtl of heir; - 4iiiieft -1' -pro
nounce richer and ba„ndsomer than tire itilknosi
'Was. I Will therefore take occasion to retom
mend thig invaluable 'km+) talterho - may
feel the - necessity elf it.
Respectfully yams, ILO*. S. Attrie Rusitc.
P. S.—This tesfintoisi* of my sPPr°b!tlit.'ll
for your vilbablelpedickno (airy& ark 'awaro
of) is unsolicited ;—but if Vat think it vrortby
a - plate among the rein, insert if yell wish ; if
.nett destroy and say nOtlifiti:
THE RErrottaTivs ii Olt Li ii ill beaks. al
thtce sizes, viz : large; niedinni; ad /3411 I the
small holds i-a•pint, and retaila for sllrirottlo
the medium bolds - at letiSt twetitypet 4nOt Omni
inproptirtion than the slap, ,'tittle fat sikpri
e ; the larie billds a tins* dil Orrice&
more in 'proportidn; ifia Atolls fdr itl3l.
O. J. WOOD 8: CO. ; Praprieffrsj
' No. 444,..1hclildwat, NW:V . -rota "axid . 1
' ' li4Vitk6t Str` det; St. Litiffirbio. '
'And sold try RD. goad drugkiats &Alibi*
goods dedleta. it 7-- hat. ..' 1-
Ilvrtittlig THIS WAY
Havant!e.sl.o. 't4e !NO - 7AL1044,
we have sisookehtivat.
QVMol l 'Sizes, an a , Mk PIY Of -
A general ..assertraettt , of She best Totsbeeo
and.Segarit always oti •
WOLFFAI NOTION Heim. •
sppliffP.. best stock of Segacs and . Tobacco An
_town, kept at Weir 's.