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eetaltes 14, 78'i0
The election passed off very quietly
—considering—the vote polled, &c. The
highest vote ever polled at this box at
any previous election was 483; on Tues
day 607 were polled ; no stone was left
unturned and every voter that could pos
sibly be got to the window, was there ;
172 majority for Curtin—who'd-a-thank
it with all the combinations against him I
a-Frederick Cooper, the popular and
well known proprietor of the Red Lion
Hotel, Lancaster, was stricken down
with apoplexy on Tuesday morning last
and died in the afternoan of the same
day, lle was 45 years of age.
iew'The property known as Mundorf
Island, situated in the Susquehanna
river, below Safe Harbor, belbuging to
the estate of Isaac Mundorf, was sold for
`68,700, to Jacob "Warfel.
Or On Tuesday morning as a man
lamed Eshleman, was on his way to the
South Last Pole, Lancaster, he was ta
ken suddenly sick, entered Snyder's tav
ern, where, in a few moments, he died.—
His death was attributed to a disease of
t a-m r. Henry Messersrnith, a citizen
•of Mount Joy. aged about 78 years, was
'found dead on last Wednesday morning
between the hours of 11 and 12. He
was found lying upon his bed by one of
'the family who bad gone to call him to
tal - On Munday nightatbout 9 o'clock,
lire broke out in the borough of M an
beim, which, before it could be stopped
slestroyed four large barns. Several
dwelling houses were in iminent danger,
and were only saved by the most stren
uous efforts of the citizens. The barns
slestroyed belong respectively to Messrs.
Philip Arndt, David Fisher, Joseph 'Mil
ler and Nathan Worely. The loss is
•about $5OOO which is partly- covered by
We were shown_ - by :ant. young
'townsman, William H. Peters, a most
beautiful likeness of Abraham LinColn,
dove on steel by Sartain, from a minia
ture by Johrt Henry Brown, a Lancas
terian artist of considerable reputation,
"ow a resident of Philadelphia. Mr.
Brown went to ICknois at the 'instance
of Bon. John M. Read to•take the like
ness: it differs very much from the
rough pictures we see hanging at shop
windows and does great credit to the
artist and the engraver, besides adding
vast deal of good looks to the next Pres
ident. A copy can be seen at Dr. Hin_
kle's Drug store window.
Nor DROWNED:: We copied an article
some time since, from one of oar Lancas
ter exchanges of the mysterious disap
pearance of Mr. Campbell, receiving and
shipping clerk at the Iron Works of
David Reeves & Son, of that place, and
was supposed to have been drowned.—
it will be recollected that Mr. Campbell
went to the creek in the evening with
the avowed intention of taking a bath.
He was alone at the time, and as his
clothing was found on the banks of a
stream the next morning it was the pre
vailing opinion that he had been drown
ed. For several days after his disap
pearance, the stream had been dragged,
but the body of the supposed drowned
man could not be discovered. He was
given up as lost and the affair created
considerable talk in the neighborhood.
Imagine the surprise of the citizens of
Safe Harbor on Saturday last, in learn
ing that Mr. Campbell had re-appeared
at his home, alive and as "well as could
be expected." Where he had been all
the time, no one knows, and he himself
can give no reliable account of his where
abouts, nor the reasons for his mysterious
air On Saturday afternoon last, says
Tuesday Evening's Lancaster Express,
an accident ;neared near Martic Forge,
Martic twp., by which Henry Garrett, a
laboring man, was instantly killed. It
appears that Mr. Garrett, assisted by a
boy, was sawing a large log with a cross
cut saw, on the side of a hill, and hadjust
sawed off the stump of the `log, when it
slipped away and rolled down the hill,
striking Garrett in its way and crushing
bitn beneath it. The log remained upon
the unfortunate man until the arrival of
some neighbors, who removed it, and
found Garrett quite dead. The deceas
ed leaves a wife and seven children.
ATTENTION, WIDE AWAKES 7.—The vie
tory is ours—what shall we do with it?
Please answer this.question in Counci
at the Town Hall, on Saturday (this) ev
ening, October 13th, at 7 o'clock.
A. B. Grosh,
Pres. of the M. L. C.
THE TONAGE TAX CASE.—The Su
preme Court, now in session at Sunbury,
delivered an opinion affirming the decis ,
ion of Judge Pearson in the suit against
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company for
the tonage tax overdue. Judge Pearson
decided the tax to be constitutional, and
the Supreme Court, in affirming the de ,
cision, have thus decided that point
against the Railroad Company.
TIE REFUSED TO Atiswrat.—When in
the Senate of the United States on the
17th of last May. Mr. Davis asked Mr.
Douglas "if as chief executive of the
United States he would sign a bill to pro
tect sla . ve property in State,Territory, or
District of Columbia "—he refused to an-
cir General Washington's harpsichord,
now the property of the Mount 'Vernon
Association, has been revarnished and
repaired at the Messrs. Green's fac
tory, Alexandria. It is a singular-look
ing affair, about 10 feet long, and vary
ing from 4 feet to 18 inches in width.—
It was sent down to Mount Vernon re
cently, for the Prince of Wales to see it.
On the 9th of October, at the residence of the
bride's parents in West Donegal by the Rey.
A. H. Long, Mr. ELI HOFFMAN, to Miss FRAN
CES E. LINDEMUTH, all of Lancaster Co., Pa.
1860 !I GREAT [ 1860 !
FALL, OPENING OF
N 0 W EXHIBITING, the largest, most
desirable and cheapest goods we have
ever offered, seiected in New-York and Phil
adelphia. Our frields and customers are invi
ted to inspect our goods, confidently believing
that all will be pleased, as to the variety, goal•
ity and cheapness.
Entirely new styles of Fall Dress Silks, best
make of black dress silks, Lupin's French Me
rinoes, in black, and in all colors, L u pin's
French Merinoes, printed in vines, boquets,
polkas spots and medalions ; Lupin's all wool
printed Mouslies, in vines boquets and polka
spots and medallions; double width Irish pop
lins new style, all wool printed Cashmeres;
Waal: ground Foulards, Velour Ottomans, all
wool Plaids, Satin a Sole, Crarabaldi's, Denor -
ah's, children's bright Plaid. 100 pieces Pa
cific de Lanes, ISt cents ; 100 pieces Hamilton
de lanes, 124. cents ; French and English 4-4
Chintzes; 50 pieces Coburgs, all qualities, in
black and all colors.
Cloaks,—very newest Styles
Tagus, Victoria, Arabian, light Cloth and
Highland Cloaks, Light Cloaking
Cloths, all shades; Mantle
Silks and Velvets.
Stella, Long and Square Brocha ; long and
square plain .Black and plan' Blanket Shawls,
Misses and children's Woolen Shawls, L o w
Cloths, Caaimeres and Nstings.
The largest' and most complete assortment we
ever offered anti' at unusually low prices ; we
invite particular attention to our Cloth De
partment; Boys , Cassinieres, &c.
Black and - Fancy Super French and. English
Black and, Fancy, Super French and English
The very latest style Vdstings.
Cloths, Cassimeres, and : every variety of goods
for bOy's wear.
HOUSE KEEPING GOODS.
Blankets, Marseille, Lancaster and Allendale
Quilts, Woolen CoverletS, 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
Racking Bott ., ms, Table Oil Clothes, Stair Oil
Cloths, Crash for Stairs, Brown and Bleached
Meetings 1 yd. to 3 yds, wide, Pillow Case.
Muslins,Tickens, Furniture Chintzes and
ChecksTowelings,'Bureau Cavers„&c., &e.,
Looking Glasses. a large stock,
Prime Live-piclied Geese Feathers.
Window Shades, a' new and full assortment,
Window Shades with Bailey's Fixtures,
Embroidered Muslin Window Curtains,
A very large lot of Carpetings, new styles,
selling at reluced prices ; Carpet Chain., wool
en, linen and cotton.
China, Glass & Queensware.
China Tea Setts, gold band; White Granite
wale, in new shapes, in full Dinner and
. Tea setts ; Pitchers, Dishes, Soup
Tureens, Gravies, &c. ; Chamber .
and Toilet setts; Table and
Bar Tumblers, Wine Sr.
Egg and Cellery
Goblets, Preserve Dishes, Fruit Stands, Cake
Stands, &c., &c.
Floor Woolen Druggets, from 1 to 3 yds. wide,
Velvet Rugs, Door Matts,
Foor 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
A full line of Hoisery and, Gloves,
tt:' The above comprise only a small portion
of our stew goods. HALDEMAN2s
Cheap Cask Store, Columbia.
Dealer in Hardware, Cedarware,
Paints, Glass, Oils, Varnishes, Hoop
I and Bar /ran, Steel, Spikes; Nails,
. Parlor, Office, Hall and Cook
r IAKES this means of informing the citizens
lof Marietta 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
kinds 1 Building ari d Housekeeping Hard
ware, in all styles, Cutlery, Tools,Paints, Oils,
Glass, Varnishes, Cedarware, Tubs, Buckets,
Churns, Knives,Forks, Spoons, Shovels, Po
kers, Tongs, Cadlesticks, Pans, Waiters, Cop
per and Brass Kettles, Door,. Desk, Pad and
all other kind of Locks, Nails, Spikes and
in fact everything usually kept in a well regula
Market Street, Marietta, Pa.
July 21, 1860.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
—The partnership heretofore existing be
tween Geo. Killing and Wm. Rutledge trading
as Killing & Rutledge has this day been dis
solved by mutual consent, all business matters
relating to the late W Firm will be settled by
ILLI AM RUTLEDGE.
Marietta, August 29th 1860.
DR. J. 7. HOFFER, DENTIST,
OF THE BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL
SURGERY, LATE OF HARRISBURG, PA.
OFFICE: Front street, fourth door
from Locust, over Saylor & McDon- llama
aid's Book Store, Columbia. Entrance be
tween the Drug and Book Stores. [3-.ly
D3NIEL G. BARER,
- ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE :—No. 24 NORTH DUKE STREET,
opposite the Court House; where be will at
tend to the practice of his profession in all its
curious branches. [Nov. 4,'d9. -1y
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L. A. HODGES, AGENT, .N,. Y. CITY,
OR, HDDdES, DAVIS 81. C 0. ,,
- MANAGERS, - MACON, GEORGIA.
April 7, 1860.-IY.
Cipitibeee 13ilis of on.
AN aperient and Stomachic pleparation of
Iron purified of Oxygen and Carbon by
combustion in Hydrogen. Sanctipned by the
highest Medical Authorities, both h Europe,
and the United States, and prescribed in theit
,experietice of thousands daily proves
that no preparation of Iron can be compared
with it. Impurities of the blood, depression
of vital energy, pale and otherwise sickly
complexions, indicate its necessity in almost
every conceivable case.
Innoxious is all Maladies iii Which it has
been tried, It has, proved absolutely curative m
each of the followitig coniplaints, viz :
In Debility, Nervous Affections, Emaciation,
Dyspepsia; Constipation, Diarrhaqi Dys
entery, Incipient Consumption, Scrofii
lous Tuburculosis, Salt Malin,
Whites, Live Complaints,
terniittent Fe- -`
vers, . Pint
In cases of General Debility, whether the re
sult of acute disease, or of the continued dim
inution of nervous.and muscular energy from
chronic complaints, one trial of'thia reptorativc
has proved successful to -an extent' which no
description nor written attestation _would rend
er credible. Invalids so long bed -yid - den as to
have become forgotten in their own neighhoi
booda, have suddenly re-appeared,iii the busy
world asif just returned from protradted travel
in a distant land. Some very signal instances
of this kind are attested of. female SutfererS,
emaciated victims of apparent marasmus, san
guineous exhaustion, crittical changes, and
that complieation of nervous and 'dyspeptic
aversion to air and exercise for which the phy
sician has no Milne.
In Nervous AreetionS of all kinds, and for
reasons familiar to medical men;the operation
of this preparation of iron must necessarily be
salutary, for, unlike the old oxides, it iS vieo
rously tonic ' without being exciting and over
heating; ,and gently, tegularly,aperient, even
n the most obstinate cases of costiveness with-
Out ever being a gastrie.purg,ative, or inflicting
a disagreeable sensation.
It is this latter property, among others,
which Makes it so remarkably. effectual and
permanent. a remedy for Piles, upon which it
also appears to exert a distinct and specific
action, by dispersing the local tendency which.
In Ds sPePsfa, innumerable as are, its causes,
a single box of these Chalyheate Pills has often
sufficed far the most habitual cases, including
the attendent Costiveness.
In unchecked "Diarrhxca, even when; ad
vanced to Dyieidary, Confirmed, emaciating,
and apparently malignant, the effects have
been equallrdecisive and astonishing.
lii the local pains, loss of fl.sh and strength,
debilitating cough,, and remitters, hectic, which
genetally indicate ItiEci:pient C•coisurrepttort, this
remedy has allayed the alarm of friends and
physicians, in several very gratifying and in
teresting instances, .
In Scrofulous Tuberculosis, this medicated
iron has had fat more than the good effect Of
the most cautiously balanced preparations, of
iodine, without any of their well known lia
The attention of females cannot be too con
fidently invited to this remedy and testorative,
in the eases peculiarly affecting them.
In .R.fieumatiem, both chronic and indamina
tory—in the latter, however, more decidedly—
it has been invariably well reported, both as
alleviating pain and reducing the swellings
and stiffness of the joints and muscles.
In Intermittent Fevers. it 'must necessarily be
a great remedy and energetic restorative, and
its progress in the new settlements of the West,
will probably be one of high renown and use-
No reMedy has ever been discovered Itt the
whole history of medicine, which exerts such
prompt, happy, and fully restorative effects. =
Good appetite, complete digestion, rapid
sition of strength, with an unusual disposition
for active add cheerful exercise, immediately
follow its use.
Put up in neat flat metal boxes Containing
50 pills, price .50, Cents per box; for sale by
druggists and dealers. Will be sent free, to
any address on receipt of the price. All let
ters, orders, etc., should be addressed to
8.. B. LUCKE & CO., Ognerfel Agents , ,
20 Cedai-st., N. %.
DR. G. W. WORRALL,
taAJUL.F.T STiEr.r, ADSOIRING CASiEL'S SfORE
OFT S his professional serVicns to the
public and: will be happy to-wait on all who
may patronize him. Dentistry in all
In - branches carried ,oh.
TkETA inserted on the most ap-,
proved principles of - Dental science. All oper
ations on the mouth performed ic:a skillful
and workmanlike 'inanneu,—,on fair princirfes
and reasonable tertits. Having deternlined
upon a permanent location in this bonnigh, at
the old stand, would ask a continuance of the
liberal patronage heretofore exterided'to him;
having studied undera celebrated graduate Of
the Philadelphia College of Dental Burgeons,
feels - confidentto be able to render satisfaction
in all branchea of the profession.
Refers to Dr. R. L. likekiellan„ D. DJ 8:
Dr. H. B. Dunlap,D. D. S.
P. Hinkle, M. D.
J. H. 'Grove, N. D. *-
Smith-Armor,- M. D.
Ether admihisteredlo proper persons:
T j _IJMBER
, GROSEI & :SON, &Lumber Dealers.,
Yard at the Eastern-part of Marietta.
lar Plepn, call, at their, offtee f • adjoining, the:
TILREN - MPON brick,house at thg, eatcar..;
gensh / gal] cc IllArztere. A -Cxp' .0111,
JUST RECEIVED BY
DIFFENBAC H . ,
Nb. 61 iHAREET STREET, MARIETTA; PA.
IcS now placing on his shelves and ready for
examination and•sale, the largest and hest
se ected stock of FALL AND WINTER Gllttbs
ever offerba in this borough, to which lid now
invites the attention of the.public.
New Styles Dress Gdods-
Simerior makes of Silk ' s.
A large assortment oetalicos
Extra quality Musllns, all pficesi
Best make of Flannels, do
A large stdck Of :S,hawln,
Plain and Barred Sack'd Flannels.
Purchasers are invited to examine 013 r stock;
as we are confident we can show them thebest
styles'at the lowest prices, in connection Ilrith
the largest snick of domestic goods:
Satinetts and Cassimeres,
Bleached and Unbleached Muslin&
Delaines, Calicos and Gingliams,
Drillings, Sheetings and Checks,
Pant Stuff, Hickory and Tickings,
Best makes of Canton Flannels;
Splendid Calicos for six cents,
Good quality. Muslin, six cents,
Plain and Figured Detains, 12) dints;
Heavy Unbleached Muslim, six cents.
ALL KINDS OF HOUSE FURNISHING GOOOS:
Linen and Woolen Table Covers.
Plain, Ornantental and Oiled Window Blinds
and Patent Fixtures,
Wall Papers;_carpets, Floor Oil Cloths:
Wall and Window Paptr,
Glass, Queensware and Cedarware.
Gaiters,•slippers, Boots; Shoes, Brogans; ikt;
M. Very superior Syrup at 56 'edits a. gnikm:
All kinds of Liquors Wholesale or retail
1.0 A LARGE STOCR. OF CHEAP ORDCERIES.
Rio Coffee at 15 cents, and other good it cot=
respondingly low rates. '
Thy highest price 'given/en' Volittry prOdtirei
HEALTH ANU ITS PLEASURES,
Or, Disease with its Agonies
CHOOSE BhatWEEN THEM.
HOLLOW Ay:s. pILEs.
What , is more fearful than the breaking
down of the nervous system? to be exclteaz
ble or nervous in .a small degree id most 'dis
tressing, for where can a remedy bh found?—
There is-one :—drink but, little The, beer, or
spirits, or far better, none; take no coffee,=
weak tea being preferable; get tth the fresh
air you eau ; take tree or font Pills every night;
eat plenty of solids, avoiding the use of slops ;
and if these goldon rulea are followed, yon
will be happy in mind - and sttong in body, and
forget you have any nerves.
MOIHERB .ANI) DAtiOIftERLI.
If there is one thing niorc than another for
wl.ich these Pills ate so famous itis their puri
fying properties, tspecially their Dosiver d
cleansing the blood froth all impurities, and
removing dangerous and suspended secretions.
Universally adopted as the One reipedy
for female complaints, they.never fail, ver
weaken the system, and alittays bring . about
what is reditired.
SICK .17:gAbACILES AND WANT OP AP,
These feelings whin sd 'sadden us, Mast fre
quently arise .froin annoyances or trouble,
obstructed perspiration, dr front• eating and
drinking what is !Ink for us, 'utile ditOrdering
the liver and stornach. These organs.nivat be
regulated if you Wish to be well. The Pills, if
%ken according to the printed idatrtietions)
Will quickly restore a healthy action to both
liver and stomach, whence follow as a natural
consequence, a good appetite and a clearhead.
in the East and Westindies scarcely any other
medicine is ever used for these. disorders:
DISORDERS Off' THE ittrAmkr,
In all diseases affecting these organs, wheth
er they secrere too much or too little water;
or whethor they be afflicted with stone nr otkrel
or with aches and pains settled, in the, loins
over the rezidns of the kidneys, these,Pills
should be taken according to the printed2diree
tions; and the Ohitreent should be well rubbed
into the Small Of the back at bed tSme This
treatment give all - A.43st Imniediate feint
when all Other meonabave
FOR STOMACHS OUT 64 ORDER.
No medicine will so effectually improve the
tone of thostorrach as these' Pills- they remove
all acidity, occasioned either by inMmperance
or imprcper diet: resat. the liver
and reduce it to a healthy - action ; they are
wonderfully efficacious, in ;case of spasmiii.
fact they never curing all disorders of
the livet tind Stomach'.
Hollotetty's Pills are thetoisi rtmedy knot n
in the world fez' Me following diseasta.
Ague, Dropisy, Thilammlalion)
Asthma. Dysentery, Juundibe,
Bilious Complaints Erysiiieltia,f-DNer Com-
Blotches on the Female It- plaitrtsq
Bowel . ComphrintS, Fevera afat Pii4s;
kinds, - RheuMatirmi.)
Constipation of the" Fits, ketentionbr
Bowels, Gout, Urine,
Consumption, Head-eche, Strefulti, or .
Stone and. Gravel,. Tumours, Sore Throatss
Secondary Symp- Ulcers, Venereal A!-
toms, • Wcrrits of all fections,
Cau-rrenc:-‘ - -one are gentine unless ;the
words "HOLLOWAY, NK9I7. YORK AND LON ,
no - le i " are disteraiblc as-a Water-mark in every
leaf of the book of directions .aroendealch pot
or box; the same may be plahly seen by hold
ing -the leaf to the 'light. A handsome reward
Ivill,tie given to any one rendering such infor
mation as 'may lead .t 0 the.; detection of any
party or parties totinterfeiting the medicines or
vending the same; knowing them to, be spun
Sold at the Altinnfaptpxy PrpfebisdiAter,-
.T.OlvAv,,SO . Maiden Lane. New YOr.k . , and.ay
all respectable Pruggiets and Dealers in Medi-.
cipe,,thtoughout the eivilized.weri4 in, bq-xes
at 25 cents ; 62 cents and $1 each..
is considerable saving by taking
N. B.—Directiona for the guidance of patients
in every,disorder are affixed to each box.
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H. D. - BEN - JA14.114T,
- Front Bireet;llaffetta .
leave .to infoirn the publib Oat be
will continue the WINE & LIQ,UO# buil
t tiess, in all its branehes: timittantly
keep on`hturd ail kinds
&Wadies, if%nes, GfriS, *IAA'
Benjamin's justly celebrated .R.OM "Thf/S
-ILEY always on hand. • -
A"very surerior OLD Art - WHISKEY
, ust received, which-is' warranted pnrp:
All H. D. B. • now. asks. of ;the:public
is a careful examinatten - of hia'strick Arid .pri
ces, which will, he. is Confident; ritialt
tel keepers and others Ending it to Altair
vantage to make their purchases from 11
WINE A.Np LlQuart.s.. •
Superior Old Brandy, Oldaye
Holland Gin, Old Mader* luabdzi; dA
Port Wines. . : .
`Pittsburg, Whiskey ftlwos4os handoatfitEe
lowest market 'prices.;:•.74fty Fine .likaigibmas
a very low figure, by the banal, - -
J.. Rd Dll o FENBAOff..Markktot,
uu ECEIVED.bY '1:lll •
Genuine KE3ifone Saponafier.
New- Books, Music-&e.
.Blairs SL COxes Gelatin.
Blair's 'Pure Chocolate.