The Weekly Mariettian. (Marietta, Pa.) 1860-1861, September 15, 1860, Image 4
CIO M E TO ANDERSON'S where will be found the largest and best assortment of Confectionaries, Fruits, Toys st. Fancy Articles ever offered In this place, consisting<in part of New:Raisins,Cranberzies,Carrants, Figs, Dates, Prnneaidoelartil Moss Paste, Gum Drops,Hour houridlciFlethCough..Candy, Cough Drops, PeppetriOandyi.Preserved Fruit,Gum Fruit, Fig Pastel Oriental PressedTigs, Cream Bonbons, Jolly Lumps, Fine Vanilla Almonds, Cream Strawberries, Jujube Paste, Rock Candy, Wis tar's Cough Candy, Walnut Candy, Maple, Strawberry and Gum-Taffy, Fruit Candy and candies of every - quality .and price. Dates, Almonds,,Apples, Citron, Cranberries, Lemons, Mince. Meat, Sugar Toys, Cocoa Nuts, French Walnishyllazel and Peanuts, Water, Sugar,Fa rina. Soda, . Fennel and Butter Crackers, Tea Biscuit and Jumbles. lE3-Wooden, Tin, Lead, China and <Paper Toys, Dolls of . every size and. material Black apd White. Animals of eery . dedcrigticn, * Tea . setts, Furniture setts, Villages, Trumpets, Violins, Guitars, Drums, Sze. &c., &c., &c., &c. Velocipedes,. Hobby Homes, Wheel Barrows, Sleighs, Children's Gigs, Is.: ..Am, a gond assortment of. Writing Paper, Cards, Foolscap, Letter, Note and Gilt eilged 4 paper, Tissue paper of assorted colors, Envelopelyke.f &cc., for sale, cheap at J. M. A N DERSON'S, No. 58 Market-st., OreOsizz G. L. MACKLIN'S HAT STORE his ENGRAVING of Chris toldur*Caumbtra and his Grew. • his Beautful Engraving was._ designed by RUzErns, one of the most. celebrated .artists thitevetiliged; thc cost of the original design andplatelming over $BOOO, size 22 by 29 in- A . 4 Philadelphia Daily News, .ays, "the mere- netilitfal eum asked for the engraving, is alitifficient Inducement for persons to purchase aiithiruttlre.adddiortal Gift." SCHEDULE OF GIFTS • TOlialriren to the pu,rchaSers. For full par- Ifoittlartr, den 4 for a Bill. , 14Cashi, 4 .$5,000- 4 5 Cash, $3OO 1 .ok:hi-A • $3,000. •s. 10 Cash, $3OO IL • Cash,,r , $2,000 10 Cash, $250 I , cash, ' $1,500 10 cash, $2OO I cash, , $l,OOO L ., 10 cash, $lOO I :cash,. •-$500• 10 cash, -4 $5O 1 cash, $5OO 1000 cash, 0000 kcaSh, $3OO " • 2000 cash, $5OOO Together veith,a.gr.eat variety of other val uable Gifts, vaiyinguimaluo from b 0 cents to 25 deltas. ..%-s • - ;Any ;person. enelosng in a letter $1 and five 3 cent Postage Stamp' [to pay,for postage and Roller) shalloeceive, b3r. return of mail, the magnificent Engraving of 'Christopher Colum bnCland Vie: of these valuable. Gifts us per AddreSS *ll orlers for Bills or Engravings to P. S. HOLINE & CO., # 'Box 1812, Philadelphia, Pa. , Clf.14:1 ) READY-MADE .PLOTHING !! ! Having just icturtied from the city with a'ticelfiaelected lot of •fleadielmatte Clothing, which' the undersigned is prepared to furnish at retinced;prices; balinglpid in a general assort- Iffent'at'nfeli . and. boYs' clothing, which he is getermitieidto sell LONV,VTOR CASH. Ilia stock cutlets . of OVER - COATS, DRESSi FROCK AND SAC COAith• PANTS ' VESTS, PEAJ ACK ETS, Rcrunnaotrrs, (knit) OVERHAULS, CRAVATS, DRAlittilB, StllypS, HOISERT,'UNDERSIIIRTS, Qt.olins‘Suplextrnvas, &C.; . -Everything in the Efirnisking 0:oods line.. Call and examine be fore pnrehasusgelsesvhere. Everything sold at prides to , suitthe times. JOHN BELL. Lorne,' 'of ..Elhoto Lane and illarket Si., . 'nett door to Cassel's Store. ' e, - Marietta, October 29;1.856. _ N , 43' ir. iramil3i..qoal Yard. CIIEAPEIt thnp. evpr:.cifrered in this com munity 4 ' - The subscribcrlaMg having determined lip gide.ihik,gtintioir. exclusively . to , tea. . 0 ~I 4 trader rpiepared to Otter great induce Cnts tri pp eOodi "AV 4, ing•• tonst.eurci thistr wint 1: His stock ' ls made up of the following varictrig of , PAMITiI r. COAL: • ShaiT i tin, redit i Sharrfolcin,••white ash, ITreft Cin, gray alh, BattiMiire comininy, ''' •-•' ' ' Locust iltotiffteln, , v . ..„. alLof• 'which he irl, sell , at "the very lowest 1110468 A ). ecish. " eis ills° prbpa red to sell by the bnatload, at•firist 'cat, and -, will, in all ea stis"iguarratitee giisei•Weight. Limeburners and others buying Foal by the cargo OW fib d4t to thetr adVanfte 4o give him a call hafore purchasing elserthere. THOMAS ZELL -41arilitts, Sep. 10, 1859-IStf s fr'• , . . ffiel)64l .etole4tlpia..4o- '1411§0i? " - . i ''ti• T _ . Nett" e vein Halt,l2l.larietta, ]'a. PiLilOileraigned having made. arragements &• watiVisVermont Marble Quarry to het his 4 dirk iitiill'be enabled to 'do all kinds of work lillhis hie..et.ifett seasonable ratds. •He Win seep const ' tly on -. band; or inane to order 'at ishort it ti.oo , ' all ki dill 3 of In '' Mantles, _ it f ilaments, . 3 Enclosures Graue Stones .. 0 .1500 r and Window S4IS;" Steps, And , everything in .his line of business mann- Motu* of the finest Italian.and such marbles, which, he will sell at such prices as canyg i ll taxmatier sistisfe.stion, and, only, arks a fidr of the public before purchasing:else whets. ~ . ' ~•.f .. • .Letter Cutting oiolli kinds done at the short pifiietice 01,on the most reasonable terms. ' G Q. MIJNI)( )R1- , WN FRONT STRERTA , No. 101, has con tstantly, on han4a•sufferios quality of. dkciceries,,Sugars Coffees, Syrups, Molasses, Spides, Candles, Soaps, Q,ueensware, ..;Grociceryware, Nails,.Spikes, Brooms, ^:.:•"'• Buckets' Brushes, Fish,. Bacon, • • ,Lard,Buckwheat and „Wheat. , Floure Cornmeal, &c., &c. Persons:wising :fresh GROCERIES can rely • -. on•letting them cheap font, h. N,,.13.-A/1 kinds of ,Country produce taken in egg/F*Bi for , goods— Marietta, October 30, 185 S Z. • .- r . rARTNGISIIII!.-Goorge M. Steinman & 7 - Cho& F. istsogierOming the firm of GEO. KTEINMAN & COorhave this ouy -taken into , parbamship-ISAAC ,DIL LER, who has been:engaged with them more than 12 years.. Thsmkful for the very liberal patronage they have heratofore-received.from their fiends and gie•rtubhc, they trust by this change to merit a k4lolilance pf bDe same. GEO. M. STEINMAN & CO. F J'u)y 232 gt IWOTACE., Letters.of. Administration upon ; IA the Estate of Jacipb Kline, jute of the bo nugh of MariVira, decesteed, having been gran ted to pie undersigned, he hereby requesti all persons indebted` to. Said estaffto make imme diate payment, apd those having elaimaupo n trie.samit to present theratjuly authenticated to April .11;.186074t]. Cori RAD R. MAP.KS. WINE AND LIQUORS. Superior ; Old BnuOyeOld Rye Whiskey, JAaddha r tisbon, Sherry and Pert Wines.. • Pit4buig Whifikey,alvial7s pp hancl at, the Is*est psarkr. t pric'es. J. IL DIFFENBACI-1 1-$1N1441.S Glycerine Soap, Erangipa4 Extract, n a ast i t o Ft ant °Maps, new perfumery, &c uat receivoci 1i)12.117110KU,5.. Ell DOTS A ND 4gOgs.—A great varie-11 .01ty of fashionable Boots and. Shoes of d fir Atifuls and styles r arhich will be sold at city )stlees by J R. Difenbash. rho Orange- and Lemons : . 00 Fresh 'Coon* Nuts;Fraija Now Dates • French eliolato, sWeet i awl:Prunes, at Wolle's. „,„ - ‘II3.4.MPA.GNE al?d other Table' Wines, kj,gaarianteed to be pure, add'. sold us low as cap be bought in Philad,elphiaor New-York. • ltEtwastra & Co ir,-,,,,0042c A y , n) NEW FATGLAND RUM 0 1 . 4,4 ,nvtinna.liurposesovnronted genuine Benjamin 45- co's. PAPERS.--We have received our .tiecond siipplyAroni the New York and Ailakelphia manufactories. .Purehasem can trille4on the newest sfyles, which will be told unusually low at J. R. Diffenbachls ADIES REMEMBER.—That .a large let el-jSplitidaShatols and Dress Goods, of every grade to suit the grave arutgay, have plat been plarv,i upon the r , 0 , n.( r , 1 , 1 St.A:.cri.t.o WHAT EVERYBODY WANTS. TER FAMILY DOCTOR: ContaininK Simple Remedies, easily obtained, For the Cure of Diseases in all Forms. By Prof. Henry S., Taylo7, M. D. It Tells You How to attend upon the sick, and how to cook for them ; how to prepare Drinks, Poultices, &c., and how to guard against in fection from Contagious Dis eases. It Tells You Of the various diseases of Chil dren, and gives the best and simplest mode of treatment during Teething, Convulsions, Vaccination, Whooping-cough Measles, &c. It Tells You The symptons of Croup, Cholera Infantuns, Colic, Diarrhcea, Worms ' Scalled head, Ring worm, Chicken-pox, Sze.,'and gives you the best remedies lor their Cure. It Tells. You The symptoms of Fever and Ague, „and Bilious, Yellow, Typhus, Scarlet and other Fevers, and gives you the best and simplest remedies for their cure. It Tell§ You The symptojns of Influenza, Con suinption,Dyspepsia, Asthma, Dropsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Erysipelas, &c., and gives you the best remedies for 'their cure: It Tells You 'The symptoms of Cholera Mor bus, Malignant Cholera, Small . pox, Dysentery, Cramp, Dis . eases of the Bladder, Kidneys • and Liver, and the best reme . dies for their cure. It Tells You The symptoms of Pleurisy, Neu ralgia, Mumps, Apoplexy, Par alysis, the various Diseases of the Throat, Teeth, Ear and Eye, and the best rtimedie) for their cure. It Tells You The beg and simplest treatment for ,Weunds, Breken Bones and Dislocation, Sprains, Fe : fer Sores, Lockjaw, White Swellings, Ulcers Whitlows, 1308-9, Scurvy, Burns and Scrof ula. It Tells You Of the various diseases peculiar to Women, and gives the best and simplest remedies for their cure, together with many val uable hints for the preservation of the health. The svgik is written in plain language, free from. me seal terms, so as to be easily under stood, while its simple recipes may soon save you _many times the cost of the Book. It is printed in a clear and open type ; is Illustrated with appropriate engravings, and will be for warded to your address, neatly bound and pcist age paid, on receipt of $1 00. $lOOO, A YEAR can be e by enterprising men everywhere, in selling the above work, as our inducementsto all such are very liberal. For single copies of the Boqk, or for terms to agents with other information, apply to or ad dress, JOHN E. POTTER, PUBLISHER,. No. 617 Sarisom St., Philadelphia, Pa. 5066 Copies Alieady Soldl - EVERYBODY'S LAWYER And Councellor in Business.. By FRANK CROSBY, a * f the Philadelphia Bar It Ta t tlitu' How to. draw up Partnership papers and gives general forms • for Agfeements of all kindd, Bills of Sale, Leases and' Peti tions. It Tells You How to draw up Mortgages and Bonds, Affidavits, Powers of 4w* Attorney, Notes and Bills of Eitchange, Receipts •and Re ' leases. It . Tells You The Laws for the Collection of ' Debts, with the Statues of Lim - Ration, and amount arih kinds of Property Exempt from Ex ecution in every State. It Tells You How to make an Assignment properly, with forms for Com , position with Creditors, and the Insolvent Laws of every State. • It Tells You The Legal relations existingbe -tween Guardian and Ward ' Maitei and Apprentice, and Landlord and Tenant. It Tells You VPtat constitutes Libel ant Slan der, and the Law as to Marrl '• age Dower; the Wife's. Right in Property, Divorce and Al mony. It Tells You The Law for Meebaipc tens in eveiy State, and the Natur alization LaWs of this country, and how to gomply with the same. t Tells You The Law Concerning Pensions and hoWto obtain one, and the Pre-Emption Laws' to Public Lands. It Tells You The Lftw of Patents, with mode , procedur„e in obtaining one, Interferences; Assign ' inerifs and Table of Fees. It Tells .you • How to make .our Will, and ' how to Administer on an Es tate, with the law and the re quirements thereof in every State. It Tells You - The meaning of Liiiff Terms in general use, and explains to you the Legislative, Executive and Judicial Powers of both the General and State. Gover nments. It Tells You How to keep out of Law, by , • showing how to do . your busi ness legally, thus saving a vast amount of property and vexti, tiou a litigation, by its, timely eonsbltatron. Single copies will be sent by mail, postage pisid, to Every Farmer, Every Mechanic, Eve ry Man of Business ; and Every body in Every State, on receipt of $l.OO, or in law style of binding at $1.25. • $lOOO A YEAR can by enterprising Men every where, in - selling the above wol k, as our inducementa to all such are very liberal. For single copies of the Book, or for terms to agents with other information;Apply to or ad dress - JCR' N POTTEIt,,PUBLISEIrm, -No. 617 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, Pa. • SUMMER GOODS.. rpm New-York. - kr TO openinpthe miost.beautif!ff assortment 1\ of Pgetv Spring Goods we ever offered DRESS GOODS_ OrAndie Robes-4 5,7, 9,11 Bounced Berage Anglais Robes, 2,5, 7, 9 and 11 flOunced "Satin Plaid Berege Robes,Double.skirt Satin Plaid Berege Robes, Solid Plain Colors, Satin Plaid Be ege Robes, Poi de Chevre Satin Plaid Bereges Robes, gay andmeat 13ereges and Grenadines; new style Spring Silys, Black Silks, best brands importcd ; Plaid Mous' amits—in Pinks, Blues, &c. ; Berege Anglais. New Spring Cloaks, Mantillas and Dusters, • Lace Bournous, Lace Sultanas, Lace Mantles, Lace Pointes, Cloth Cloaks,,light Spring styles, Gathered and plaited. SHAWLS.—SteIIa, in all styles and colors. MEN'S NEAR.—Superb Cloths, Cassimeres 'and .Vestings. CA RPE.TINGS.—An edditional supply, among which are the handsomest Brussels, Threeply, and Smith's New York P,atent,we ever offered. R. J. HALDEMAN'S , Car.4".i. CASH STORE. TATIONARY—the e largest assortment in 1.0 town itt.,Grove & Rotles-. • I)OII.LEWS long celebrated GIN, _LP. • BENJAMIN 4 CQ. NEW FIGS.,. Raisins and Currants, at Jas M. Anderson's,. Market-at. , OCHOOL BOOKS of all kinds, very cheap 1,77 at Grove .Roth's; Market-st. EMONS--1 , 1 ,, w Crll , French 1/9nons lust it.tty,Ld and rut at IVOLEE'S. c'~TIIE W -i]l-I,KIJ Y• MARIETTiA.N. NEW GOODS AT HALDEMAN'S CHEAP CASH STORE, COLUMBIA. N OW Opening, a full assortment of NEW SPRING GOODS, to which we invite the attention of our many friends and customers, confidently believing, that for variety,quality,style and cheapness,will give the fullest satisfaction to our customers. LADIES DRESS GOODS. Traveling dress goods, in great variety, Fancy dress silks, newest Spring styles, Blackglossy dress silks, best brands imported, at 75e to $1.50, Foulard silks, newest designs, Brocade silks, Plaid Ottoman Pciplins, Striped Grenadim Poplins, Satin Lustre Poplins, and other new styles of dress goods, embracing every novelty of the season, • English and French yard wide Chintzes, 200 ps English and Merriniack prints, Beautiful new style Scotch Dress Ginghams, Calicoes, 6, S, 10, very good. SHAWLS. Stella, Brocha, Long & Square, Black Thibe Long and Square, Crape, Blanket, Long & Square, and other new Spring styles in ' great variety. EMBROIDERIES. French Worked Collars, if ce Sleeves, tc " Cuffs, Collars and Sleeves in Setts, ao c [ Chimezetts and Sleeves, Jackonet and Swiss Edgings and Insertings, Bands and Flouncings, - Handkerchiefs, Embroidered, Hemstich, and Printed Bordered Hhdfs, Irish Linens and Shirtfronts, A large Stock of Richardson's Superior Irish Linens, Handmade Linen Shirt Fronts, HOUSE KEEPING GOODS. Blankets, Marseille, Lancaster and Allendale Quilts, Woolen Civerlets, Comfortables, Bleached and Brown Linen Table Cloths from 2 yds. to 4 yds. wide, Bleached and Brown Domes tic Table Cloths, Woolen Table Covers, Work . Stand Woolen • Covers, Sacking Bottoms, Table Oil Clothes, Stair Oil Cloths. Crash for Stairs, Brown and Bleached Sheetings I yd. to 3 yds, wide, Pillow Case Muslins, Tickens, Furniture Chintzes, and Checks, Towelings, Bureau Covers, &c" Looking Glasses, a large stock, Prime Geese Feathers-300 pounds, WiladoW Shades, a new and full assortment, Window Shades with Fixtures. Embroidered. Muslin Window Curtains, China, Glass & Queensware. China Tea Setts, gold band; White Granite wale, in new shapes, in full Dinner and Tea setts; Pitchers, Dishes, Sou? Tureens, Gravies, &c. ; Chgmber and Toilet setts; Table and Bar Tumblers Wine & Champagne Glasses, .Egg and Cellery Glasses, Goblets, Preserve Dishes, Fruit Stands, Cake 'Stands, &c.,&c. CARPETNGS. We invite particular attention to our new and large stock of Carpetings, comprising over ten thousand yards: • Super Brussels,,.lmpefial Threeply, Superfine Ingram, Fine and. Medium Ingrain, Smith's New York Patent Ingrain, Plain and Twilled Venetian 1-2, 5-8, 3-4, 7-8 and 1 yard wide, Superior Domestic Listing, cc " Rag, Scotch Hemp, Floor Woolen Druggets, from 1 to 3 yds. wide, Velvet Rugs, Door Matts, Poor Oil Cloth from 1 yd, to 4 yds. wide, the latter cut' in one piece to fit a hall, Mattings, checked ,and plain from 1 yd. to 2 yds. wide; A full line at Hoisery and Gloves, Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, Black and Fancy . Super French and 'English CCo Black andnltitcy Super French and English Cassimeres, The very latest style Vestings. Cloths, gassimeres, and every variety of goods for boy's wear. gji — z 4 & .110 H. ,D. BENJAMIN, - Wine (3• Ligiior •Dealer, Picot Building, Front Street, Marietta, Pa. SEGS leave to inform the public that he will continue the WINE & LIQUOR busi ness, in all its branches. Ho will constantly keep on hand all kinds of Brandies, Wines, Gins, frisk and Scotch Whiskey, Cordials, Bitters, §•c., Benjamin's justly celebrated ROSE WHIS KEY always on hand. A very superior OLD RYE WHISKEY ust received*,.which is warranted mire. All H. D. B. now asks of the public is a careful examination of his stock and pri ces, which will, he is confident, result in Ho tel keepers and others finding it to their ad vantage to make their purchases froni I im. Civil Enyieeer, Surveyor, Conveyancer and Draughtsman. Main Street, Mount Joy, Lancaster Co., Pa. kinds of land surveying and dividing ; 1- - ilevelling of watercourses, roads, &c. Ac curate and neat plain and ornamental Mapping and draughting of town plans, large landed es tates, &c. Mechanics', Quarriers and Earth work measured and estimated. Deeds, Relea see, Powers of attorney and other legal instru menu neatly and accurately drawn. Execs tors', Administrators', Assignees' and Gtfai diand accounts stated. Also, agent for the sale of the RIDGE:NAY FARM AND LAND COMPANY'S lands in Elk Connty, Pa. Communications by letter prompt y attended to DR. HINKLE'S Family Drug Store, THE subscriber having just returned from the city with the most complete and 114mill ful assortment of everything - in his line ever offered in this Borough. lie has purchased another supply of PURE AND FRESH DRUGS, which can be depended on. for what -they are represented, having received ,liii pe.rso - ualti attention in the selection. Imadditionio. • his Drugs will be found a nicely selected , lot of all' kinds of . TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES, of evpry kind and every price, consisting in part of ' German, French and Eng lish perfutnery, Shaving Soaps and Creams, Tooth and Nail Brushes, Buffalo and other Hair UCOMBS, Hair Oils, Pomades, etc., etc. _Port Monnaies, and Pocket Books Pen Knives, Puff Boxes and Powder, Miller's Water-proof pas to'Blacking, for preserving the caller, etc., etc. FLUID AND PINE OIL, always fresh and for sale very cheap. LAMPS. LADIPS..4 large assortment of all kinds of .LAMPS. Dyott's" Patent Safety Fluid Lamps and Cans, for which Dr. H. is sole agent. These Lumps and Cans should be Jn every family that use burning fluid. plst Port, Sherry and Madeira Wines, and Brandiesfor medical purpose i. The justly celebrated Batchelor's HAIR Dye. DeCosta's and other ToOth Washes, India Cola gogue,,Barty's Tricoperous, for the hair, Bay Rum ' Arnold's Ink, large and small sized bot tles, Balm' of a Thousand Flowers, Flour-of Rice, Corn Starch, Hecker's Farina, all kinds of pure Ground Spices, Compound Syrup of' , Phosphate, or Chemical food, an eicellent at tical for cronic dyspepsia and a tonic in Con sumptive cases, Rennet, for coagulating milk, an excellent preperation for the table ; Table Oil—very fine—bottles in two sizes. Pure Cod Liver Oil. All of Hael's perfumery, pomades, soaps, &c. His Kathairon er Hair Restorative' s now everywhere acknowledged the best. Particular attention will be paid and great - caution observed in compounding Physicaus prescriptions with accuracy. Dr. H. will al ieays be found in the Store unless professionally wngaged elsewhere. • J. B. 110.1TFER, Market Street, Marietta, Pennsylvania FRESH Lemons and Oranges just receive(' and lit aide cheap at J. M. HOWARD 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. Metrical advice given gratis, by the. Acting Surgeon, to all who apply by letter, with'a description of their condition, (age, occupation, habits of life, &c.,) and in cases of extreme po,vertj, medicines furnished free of cArge. - • Valuable Reports on Spermatorrhcea, 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, Da. J. Skit in . HOUGHTON, AFting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2 South 9th St., Philadelphia. By order of the Directchs. EZRA D. HEARTWELL, President. GEORGE FAIRCHILD, Secretary MIME, HARNESS, & Trunk Mann/ice-tory, Between Spangler .4. Patterson's Store and Wolfe's Notion House, Market Street. S. L. DELLINGER. WO.O L D most respectfully inform the public that he continues the above bust ness in all its branches. Anything not on hand will be manufactured at short notice and warranted to give satisfaction in workmanship and .price. He will always endeavor to keep on hand an assortment of SADDLES, :BRIDLES, HARNESS, Wagon, Carriage and Riding Whips, Fly-nets, Horse Cove 8, Collars, Trunks, Vannes, Carpet Bags and in fact everything in his line of business, all of which be of the best material and workmanship, and at prices in keeping with the times. Come and see. REPAIRING NEATLY AND CHEAPLY DONE. Marietta, August 25, 1860. [ju 11156 Geo. Zr. allackley, tashionabio oaf - ARO ea. MANUFACTURER, MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN HAVING purchased of Mr. Crull the stock good will and fixtures of this well known establishment, I hereby inform my numerous friends, and the public generally that I am pre pared to supply their wants in the HAT AND CAP line at all times with promptness, and at as reasonable rates as any establishment in the Union. Having had 5 years experience as a practical hatter, and being in the receipt of the latest " Repbrts of Fashions," and having fa cilities for obtaining goods direct from the East in 48 hours; by strict attention to business and a desire to please, I hope to merit and receive a liberal share of public patronage. P. S.—Having disposed of my establishment to George L. Mackley, I cheerfully recom mend him to the favorable notice of all who de . sire a "comfortable covering for the head." In retiring from business I extend my un l feigned thanks to my friends for the patronage so liberally bestowed to me and hope the same may be extended to my worthy successor. JOHN CRULL. Marietta, August 28, 1858. . REVERE HOUSE, (FORMERLY EAGLE HOTEL.) No. 227 North Third Street, Phila. THIS house is situated in the most business part of the city, has one hundred and thirty rooms; large Parlors and every room is 'newly furnished and is considered one of the finest Hotels of its class in Philadelphia; it has erect ed a large observatory where persons can have a fine view of the City, Delaware river, it is also supplied with hot and cold water Bathes, which will be free of charge for the guests of the House ; City Cars will take you to the Revere House. Our charge is moder ate, $1.25 per day; persons visiting the city will please come and try the Revere Mouse and we pledge ourselves that we will endeavor to use our best efforts to make it appear like home. CHARLES'J. FABER, of Reading, will have charge 'of the Office. G. W. HINKLE, formerly of the States Union Hotel and latterly of the United States Hotel, Atlantic City, N. J., PROPRIETOR. “Quick sales and small profits.” GEORGE H. ETTLA. LUMBER, iitober anb Coal eoiniiji3sioß 'ferel)4o Marietta, Lancaster County, Pa. ATARD on the River Rank, opposite the old _I and well known " FLURY'S HOTEL." Having opened a Yard for the transaction of a . Commission Business, I would respectfully solicit consignments, and pledge myself to use my utmost exertions for the hest interest of my patrons. 1 feel assured of my ability to obtain the highest market rates and effect sales of all articles that maybe en trusted to' my care. I will be ready at all times to make purchases or Attend to any bu siness the public may feel disposed to place in my charge ' and all instructions punctually car ried out. Advances made on consignments. January 21, 1860.-ly • DR.. G. W. WORRALL, SURGEON DENTIST, MARKET STREET, ADJOINING CASSEL'S STORE MARIETTA, PA. PFERS his professional services to the klpublic and will be happy to wait on all who may patronize him. Dentistry in all - its branches carried on. - TEETH inserted on the most ap proved principles of Dental science. All oper ations on the mouth performed iri a skillful and workmanlike manner—on fair principles and reasonable terms. Having determined upon a permanent location in this borough, at the old stand, would 'ask a continuance of the liberal patronage heretofore extended to him ; hiving studied under a celebrated graduate of the Philadelphia College of Dental Surgeons. feels confident to be able to tender satisfaction in all branches of the professiOn. Refers to Dr. 8.. L. McClellan, D. D. S. Dr. B. Dunlap, D. D. S. ' Hinkle, M. D. • J. 'H. Grove, M. D. Smith Armor, M. D. rP. Ether administered to proper persons 'rai GLATZ FERRY. FORMERLY REESEY' S. T ' undersigned having leased the above named old establshed Perry and Hotel, in Helium Township, York county, opposite the borough of Marietta, where he is prepared to entertain the public at his bar and table with the best the market affords. He would very respectfully inform the traveling public that having obtained FIRST CLASS FERRY BOATS, and efficient ferrymen, and is now fully prepa red to accommodate persons wishing to cross the Suiquehanna with vehicles or otherwise without delay or detention. JOHN NOEL. October 1, 18159. ly PLUMB d DYER, Fashionable Tailors &Drapers, Opposite A. Cassel's store, Market street, MARIETTA, PA THE undersigned having associated 'them selves into a co-partnership, would here by inform their old patrons and the pubic generally ? that they will continue the . Fashionable Tailoring Business at the old stand, adjoining Dr. Hinkle's Drug *ore, Market street. Having a fine stock of eiOths, & Iksl which they will dispose of and "make up" on reasonable terms. Being determined to give satisfaction; they would respectfully ask a con tinuation. of past favors. Christian Plumb, Nathan Dyer. wir Gutting done at shortr notice. Marietta, Sep. IV, 16.39.4 f sAbe, iOd CoOlpoplueqll f?. -,(Aeaclatizatlan. For the General Election for 1860. IN Pursuance of the duties imposed by the Election Laws of the State of Pennsylva nia, I, BENJAMIN F. ROWE, High Shentf 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 Electitni will he held on TUES DAY, the 9th day of OCTOBER next, IS6O, 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 Meath ers 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 ter Sessions. One Per son duly qualified for Clerk of Or phans' Court. One Person duly qualified for County Com missioner. Two Persons duly qualified for Directors of the Poor, to serve fur three years, and One Person'duly qualified for Director of the Poor, to serve for one year. Two Persons duly qualified for Prison In spectors. One Person duly qualified for Coroner. One Person duly qualified for Auditor. Ist District—Composed 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 WeseWard. at the public house occupied by Adam Trout; those of the South East Ward at the public house occupied by Rupp & Wilson, in-Emit King street; those of the South West Ward at the public house of Martha Urban. District—Drumore township, at the No. 2 school-house in the village of Chestnut Level. 3d District—Composed of the township of West Donegal, including the Borough of Eliz abethtown, at the public house now occupied by George W. Boyer, in the Borough of Eliza bethtonm. 4th District—Earl township, at the public hall in the village of New Holland, in said township. sth District—Elizabeth township, at the pub lic house now occupied by Franklin & Elias Bentz, in Brickersville, in said township. Gth District—Borough of Strasburg, at the public house now occupied by Henry Bear, in said borough. ith District—Rapho township, including the Borough of Manheim, at the public house oc cupied by Michael White, in said bdrough. oth 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—Cprnarvon township, at the public house now occupied by John Myers, in the vilage of Churchtown, in said township. 12th District—Mattie township, at the house now occupied , by George Robinson, in said township. 13th,District--Part township, at the public house now occupied by Edwin Garrett, in said township. 1 th District—Colerain township, at the pub lic. house now occupied by James G. Hilder band, in said township. 1. th District--Fulton township, at the public house now occupied by Joseph Phillips, in said township. 16th District—Warwick township, at the public house now occupied by Samuel Lich tenthaler, in the village, of Litiz, in said town ship. 17th District—Composed of the Borough of Marietta, and part of East Donegal township,. at the public school-house in the Boiough of Marietta, in said township. 18th District—Columbia Borough at, the Town Hall, in said, borough. 19th District—Sadsbury township, at the public house now occupied by Abraham Roop, in said township. 20th District—Leti6ock township, at the pub lic house nosy occupied by George Diller, in said township. 21st District—Brecknock township, at the public house now occupied by lsatic Messner, in said township. 22nd District—Composed of parts of town ships of Raplio, Mount Joy and East Donegal, at the public school house in the Borough of Mount Joy. 23rd District—Being part of East Hempfield township, at the public house now occupied by Jacob Stuart', in the village of Petersburg, in said township. 24th District—West Lampeter township, at the public house now occdpied by Henry Mil ler, in the village of Lampeter Square, in said township 25th 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—Ephrata township, at the pub lic house now occupied by John W. Gross, in said township. 28th District—Conoy township, at the public school house in the village of Bainbridge, in said township. . 2 th District—Manhtim township, at the public house now occupied by Charles H. Kry der, in the village of Nelfsville, in said town ship. 30th District—Being part of Manor township, at the public house now occupied by George Hornberger, in Milleistown, in said township. 31st District—West Earl township, at the publie house now occupied by Graybill B. For ney, in Earlville, in said township. 32d District—West liempfield township, at the public house now occupied by John Kendig, in said township. 33d District—Strasburg township, at the pub lic house now occupied by - James Curran, in the borough of Strasburg. ' 3,th District—Being part of Manor township, commonly called Indiantown district, at the public house of Bernard Stoner, in said town ship. . . 35th District-West Cocalico township,' at the public house now occupied by John W. Mentzer, in the village of Shoeneek, in said township. 36th District—East Earl township, at the public house now occupied by Henry , Yundt, Blue Ball, in said township. 37th District—Paradise township, at the pub- lic house now occupied by James Frew,iii said township. 38th District—Being a part of East Hemp field township, at the public school house in the village of Hempheld, in said township 39th District—Lancaster township, at the public house now occupied by Daniel Haiti:AA, in said township. 40th District—East Lampeter township, at the public.house now occupied by Henry KA- . eagy, in said township. • 41st District—Little Britain township, at the house of Aaron Brogan & Co. 42d District—Upper Leacock towliship, at the public house of Michael Bender, in said township. 43d District—Penn township, at the public house of C. Hershey, in said townsqlp. 49th DistriCt—Borough of Adamstown, at the school-house in said borough. 45th District—Clay township at the house of George W. Steinmetz, (formerly John Erbs,) in said township. 46th District—Pequea township, at, the puhr lie house of Benjamin Rowe, in said township. 47th District—Providence township, at the house occupied by Mary Miller, in said town ship. 48th District—Ellen township, at the public house of William J. Hess, in said township. 49th District—Being that part of Mount Joy township heretofore included in the 3d district, at Lehman's school-house, in said township. The General Election polls, in all the Wards, Townships, Districts and Boroughs of the county, are to be opened between the hourspf eight and ten o'clock in the forenoon, antishall continue without interruption or adjournment until seven o'clock in .the evening,-when. all the polls shall be closed. 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 or the United States, or of any city or incorporated district, and also that every Member of Congress, or of the State Legislature, and of the Select and Common Councils of any city, or Commissioner incorporated District, is, by law, incapable of holding or exercising at the same time the of fice or appointment of judge, inspector or clerk of any election of this Commonwealth, and no inspector, judge or other officer of any such 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 election in the district to which 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 case the person who shall have received the second highest number of votes for inspec tor, shall not attend on.tbe 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 notattend, the person elected judge shall appoint an inspector a in his place—and in case the pen eld 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 byelaw 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 such vacancy. The Judges are to make their returns for the county of Lancaster, at the. Court ouse, in the City of Lancaster, on Friday, tffe /2th day of October, A. DON% at 10 o'clock. A. M. DENJ. F. ROVE, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Lancaster,' Aug., 29, IS6O. - H ODGES, DAVIS & CO'S LOTTERIES milmemnimf Consolidated Lotteries of Georgia. Authorized by }the Legislature for the BENEFrd OF ACADEMES SASS B EsDA,y, IN THE City OF N, GEORGIA. DRAWS EVERY T, MAO: 1201 I=Mn 14 DRAWN BAI.1.011:, 8100,000 is $100,001) .50 000 are 100,000 25,000 " 50,000 20,000 2 " 40,011) 5,000 " 10,000 3,000 2 ' 6,000 2,000 " 4,00 0 1,000 is 1,000 200 are 70,000 100 6,4011 80 ' 2 5,1^0 60 " 3,5411 50 " 6,400 32 " 176,000 . . 16 " 451,0011 S NUMBERS. 1 Prize of 2 Prizes o 2 do 2 do 2 do 2 do 2 do 1 do 350 do 64 do 64 do 64 do 128 do 5,.504 do 22. 3 224 do • 3 amounting to $1,030 3 17 - 2 sS—Quartes, $4 Eighths, $2. 31,412 Priz TICKETS, $ 6 Wholes, $550; of 26 Halves, $62.50; of 26 Eighths, $31.50. Certificates of $125; of 26 VANA PLAN LOTTERY MITES THAN ULANLS•I THE Ii [MOR Is drawn $lO,OOO ery Saturday. Capital Prize, Tickets, $B. 'Halves, $4. quarters,' $2. PLAN LOTTERIES Fday, in 'which you can select numbers. Tickets from $1 to c, and prizes in proportion. EIERY PRIZE IS, DRAWN. , C/ Drawn eve your owl any p ontaining full explanations of our , will be - forwarded by mail to any us their name. Circulars Schemes, el one send in. .tuications'strictly confidential. lig Tickets or Certificates enclose our address for the tickets order t of which they' will be forwarded ad. The:list of drawn numbers ill be sent to purchasers itninedi e drawing. al drawings are published in the erald. ived and prizes cashed at No. 55S New-York. Direct your callers to HODGE'S, AGENT, N. Y. CITY, ES, _DA PIS 4 CO, N AGE RS, WAGON, GEORGIA. April 71.9.80.-4 v. All corn In• orde the money ed, on rece by the first and prizes ately after The o New Yor Orders 1 Illoadwe.) OR, HO f IV itm's 6o9emtvote,o 3letveo;4% t DELICATE DISE.ASIsS. THE. -GREAT 11EVIVER:.—Speedily II the evil effects of self a use, ieraory, shortness of breath, ' ~i'ddit ation of the heart, dimness of vis constitutional derangement of the ght on by the unrestrained indul - Acts alike on either sex. dollar. THE BALM.—WiII cure in from two ys, any case of Gonorrhoea,(clap)is Iste or smell and requires no restric iou or diet; for either sex; price $l. THE TERED will cure leet in the issible time, and I can sfiew certitl :ures effected by this remedy, wher have failed. No taste or smell.— dollar. THE 'PIFNITER is the only known 3at will positively cure strictures of 111, no matter of how longstanding or the case may be. Price one dollar. THE SOLUTOR will Cure any case .l permanently and speedily remove ses from the bladder and kidneys.— e dollar. THE PREYENTOR is a sure preven nst the contraction of any disease, is msive and far preferable to anything Adapted to either sex. Price $l. THE Amami will cure the whites , and in less time than they can be ef , removed by any other treatment ; in is the only remedy that will really i disease ; pleasant to take. Price $l. 3. THE: ORIENTAL PASTILS are eer ie and speedy in producing inenstrua correcting any irregularities of the , periods: Price two dollars. 1.. THE FEMALE SAFEGUARD, Or Off tegFlator will last a lifetime. Price $5. rof the Remedies will be sent free by receipt of the price annexed. Circa tabling valua ' ile information with full ! tion of each Remedy, may be obtained using one post stamp. Address DR- ; FELIX ,BRUNON, Box 99, Philadelphia , Pa. se Reinedies are sold in Marietta only by I' JAY LIBHART, where circulars con ; a full descriptiim of each case can be ,ed gratis, ou application. eral Depot, North East Corner. of, York le and t alloWhill street,PhiMdelpfda,Pa. In complicated cases lean be confirmed ter or peisonally at my office ; entrance, 01 York Avenue. Da. F. Baunox. gust 27,,1859.-IY. -------- Di% B NO. 1J eradicate as loss of ness, pal ion, or al system b gence of Price on No. 2 to eight without tian of a NO. shortest cates 0 all othe Price o NO.. iemed the ur aegleel NO. of Gr. all di Price No. tion a„, less ex in use NO radica fectua fact U cure t NO Min, tion mont No sprint mail Mrs desc by .e WM. B. REDGRANE, Coinmission Dimber • Merchant, est Falls Avenue, Baltimore, Md. ESPECTFULLY offers his services for the ale, of Luat a a a ; of every description his knowledge of the business' he feel ident of being able to' obtain the highest Itet rates for all consignments entrusted to are. . AMES AND GENTS Anderson has just received an elegant assortment of Rerfu ry, consisting of Toiliet Soaps, littir ' tracts and . Colognes at Prices much below usual rates, also some+ery handsOme Canes gentlemen, Portmonies, &c: ar l SACKS OF GlIOUNP.A1•1114 BALI Vjust received toad will be sold below the prices, by J. it. DIFF.E.'NIiACI4. $100,000!