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'y yin!. Daticitian,
gi a tuid art , r Lab at , j , 7810.
cr Rev. Dr, Hodgson, presiding elder,
will preach in the Methodist church to
morrow evening ; services commencing
before 7 o'clock.
illie'Mr. Lewis Ilouseal took posses
sion of the Railroad Hotel, on Tuesday
last and is once more in his old quarters.
*FA party of rowdies burnt Col. For
ney of The Philadelphia Press, in effigy,
in Centre Square, Lancaster on Friday
evening of last week.
fir Bayard Taylor lectured in Colum
'bia on Friday evening of last week.
.turThe new Sheriff, Mr. Boyd has en
tered upon his duties, and appointed Mr.
Samuel W. Rowe, brother of ex-sheriff
Rowe, first deputy. Mr. B. filled the
same position under his brother, and is
sa most capable and indefatigable officer.
la , -Just as we were about to go to
1: press we received an advertisement from
naldeman,which we are sorry we cannot,
possibly get in this week. It will appear
in our next; by it we observe he has
jest received a new arrival of fall goods,
embracing in part Cloaks, Shawls, Dress
Goods, Cloths, Cassitners, Vestings, &c,
?t Col. Daniel Herr has ordered the
the First Regiment of Lancaster County
Volunteers to assemble at Manheim to
day. We understand that Major Gen
eral Shaeffer and Staff, and several com
panies from Lebanon county, are ex
pected to be present and participate in
'John Frisbie, a colored lad of ten
years, left his home in Columbia, and
was last heard of at Mr. Minnicbs, in
Landisville when he received some as
sistance, and advice to make his way
borne. his mother is in great distress
at his absence, and wilt be thankful for
any intelligence which may lead to his
recovery. Information may be directed
to Mrs. Martha Frisbie, or to the office
of the Columbia Spy.
'The Lancaster Evening Express
says : "We understand that the Penn
ulvania Railroad Company are contem
plating the erection of a new Passenger
Depot, at the terminus of their road, at
West Philadelphia. It will be built on
Ihe vacant lot on the north side of the
track near the Schuylkill, and will be
five hundred feet long, and no doubt one
of the handsomest and most"cOminodions
depots in the country. When that is
completed the passengers will be carried
into the city on the passenger city rail.
way, which will be more pleasant and
expeditious than under the present ar
rangement of running the heavy cars
down to llth and Market.
Cr We this week published the offi
cial vote, as received at the State Depart
ment, of every county in the State, which
makes CURTIS'S majority 32,164. This
is the largest majority ever given to a
Gubernational candidate, with the ex
ception of Gov. Pollock, during the great
K. N. excitement.
trrA cave has been discovered in Ala
chua county, Florida, which is described
as larger than the mammoth cave of Ken
tne,lty, and as having an ancient Latin
inscription on the walls, which states
that a party of Danes had visited this
cave in the year 1050, and that a priest
who accompanied them had left this
memori;l of their visit. The name of
this priest was Marcus Poleus, It is
alto stated that these bold naiigato'rs
had embarked nn a voyage of explora
tion. and had been driven far south'i alsO
that they had visited many islands, and
finally had landed in a thickly populated
country, where the people had received
them kindly, thinking them superior be
ings; that several of their number, to
gether with some Greek artisans and
two priests, had been left there as a col
ony. Is this a relic of the party that
the Mexicans say visited them 400 years
before Cortez landed, and taught them
the arts of civilized life, or is it a hum
larA young woman named Lizzie
Donaldson, essayed to walk across one
of the streets of Cincinnati on a wire,
last week, and had nearly accomplished
the feat, when the holder of one of the
guy ropes, in his admiration for the
spangled petticoat above him, looked
upward, forgot his business, and threw
the fair performer from her foothold, to
' he terror and dismay of the witnesses.
, Fortunately she had already passed the
middle of the street, where a fall might
bave been fatal, and dropped elegantly
some ten feet, upon the one story store
farA child in Cape' own, having some
time since injured its spine, a photograph
was taken of the defortnity, and sent to
a friend in Loudon, to have an instru
ment made that would remedy the com
plaint. This instrument arrived by Mail,
and fits the child to a nicety ; and will,
as in a former case, prevent the child
from becoming a cripple for life.
. of Carlisle, Pa., in
one day last week subscribed $1.036 to
re-build St. Patrick's Catholic church,
lately destroyed by fire,
DEATH OF A LIVING SKELETON.—We
learn from the Springfield (Ohio) Re
publican, that Roe, the great living skel
eton, died daring the night of the 6th
inst., at the Western Hotel, in that city.
He had been on exhibition at a pavilion
on the fair grounds all the previous week,
and is supposed to have caught cold,
which w as very easy for so lean a pers on.
His death was unobserved, occurring
while his companions supposed him to
be asleep, and as well as usual.
IMThe London American announces
that Col. C. C. Quick, an American, now
in that city, has just purchased a live
hippopotamus from the Zoological Gar
den, for exhibition in the United States.
The price paid for this wonderful animal
is near twenty thousand dollars. it was
I caught in Egypt two years ago when but
I a few days old, and its already massive
prOportions indicate the enormous power
which will be developed in its matur
The Garden of Eden might have,
een located, in Kansas. The Bible
plainly says that the rivers of Paradise
arose from one scource, and flowing out
of the garden, divided into four great
rivers, running in different directions.—
Nowhere but in the south part of Kan
sas is such a thing known on earth.
THE PENMAN'S MANUAL. Being a New
Theory and Sy a stem of Practical Penmanship,
Designed as a 'Text-Book for Schools and Pri
vate Students. By a Business Penman. Pnb
listed by FOWLER and Wzi.e.s, New York.—
Price, 50 cents.
In nine tenths of our schools, penmanship
is taught as a mere mechanical process of imi
tating certain marks that are set in the copy,
and without regard to ans fixed and rational
principles. This fact alone,perhaps,sufficienly
accounts for the very' small proportion of good
penman there are in the community, inasmuch
as it leaves the acquisition of an easy and ele
gant chirography to the fortuitous outworkings
of each individual's personal instincts or tal
ents at imitation. The Manual whose title is
given above, aims at a thorough remedy of this
defective mode of teaching, by offering in its
stead a methodized series of rules which togeth
er lift the art of penmanship out of the sphere
of mere empiricism, and place it on the basis
of a fixed science, which all may acquire by .a
little study and practice. The author has thor
oughly analyzed his subject, and has shown,
among other things, that all the letters, both of
the upper and lower case alphabets, spring from
five elements or movements, which elements,
01 movements, become the first copies for the
pupil to practice from. The pupil simply by
reading and understanding the " Penman's
Manual," becomes a good judge and able crit
ic of writing. This fact alone is one of the
strongest and most conclusive proofs of the sys
tem's superiority overall others, and we be
breve that we can give no better advice to those
who wish to becom'.l good penmen, than to
purchaso this " Manual," and carefully study
it. We should be glad to, see it introduced into
all our public schools, and respectfully beg
leave to call the attention of the proper officers
Valuable Borough Property at
THE undersigned executor of the will of
Arise WHITEHILL, late of the Boroughof
Marietta dec'd, and in purabance of said Last
Testament, will offer at public sale, at
THE DONEGAL HOUSE,
On Saturday, November th, ISGO,
the following property, late the Estate of said
Ann Whitehill, deceased :
NO. 1. The undivided seven-twelfths, or all
of said deceased's right, title and interest in
and to Lot No. 67, situate on High-st., in that
part of Marietta Borough laid out by_ James
Anderson, containing in front Forty-eight feet
(more or less) and extending. in depth 206 feet.
• The Improvements are a large
A Large Stable, &c., in good order, adjoining'
on the East the property of Nicholas Chapman,
and an Alley on the West. Also, the Life
Estate of Joseph McDowell in the one half of
said Lot ; the other half not being subject to
such Life -estate.
NO. 2. Being the undivided half of parts of
Three Lots of Ground, Nos. 66, 67, and 68,
with the appurtenances, situate in that part'
of the Borough of Marietta laid out by
Henry Share, containing front about 100 feet
and in depth 97 feet, (more or less) the im
provements thereon being an excellent Two
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, ...T1
With a Pump in the Yard, " 41 '
and other improvements, fronting on United
States Street, adjmng property of Henry Shill
on the West and an Alley on the East.
N 0... Is all the right, title and interest of
said deceased in and to the following Lot, to
wit: the undivided fourth of Lot 66, with the
appurtenances, situate on High street, in that
part of the Borough laid out by Tames Ander
son, containing in front, 42 feet [more or less]
and extending. in depth 206 feet to an alley ;
and also a certain strip of about 18 inches in
width on the west side of said Lot and running
back from said High street, northwardly as far
back as the buildings or westeth wall of said
Store House. The improvements are
A Large nco-Story Brick
WARE-HOUSE, A LARGE STABLE,
&c., adjoing an Alley on. the East and the pro
perty of Barr Spangler ou the West.
NO. 4. Being the me undivided seventh
part of a Lot of Ground No. 39, situate and
being to. the Borough of Columbia, adjoin
ing Lands of Elizabeth, Mary and Susannah
Bethel, and the Pennsylvania Canal near the
Head of the Basin. The Railroad and Sideling
running, over part'of said Lot. The part of
said Lot lying East of the Railroad is subject
to a certain lease made between H. W. Mifflin
and the owners of said Lot. There are four or
more Dwelling Houses on the premises—one
of stone and the ethers frame, and built under
Possession of said properties or interests, will
be given on the first day of April, 1861.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M., when
terms will be made known by
JAMES WILSON, Executor.
Marietta, Oct. 13, 1860.
OTlOE.—The subscribers to the capital
11 stock of the "Marietta and' 14laytown
Turnpike Road Company." are hereby noti
fied, to meet at the "Donegal House" in the
Borough of Marietta; on Monday the sth day
of November next, at S o'clock, A. M. "to
choose by ballot, one President, five managers,
and one Treasurer, and such other officers as
may be necessary to conduct the business of
the Company" for the ensuing year: •
'S. W. CLARK, Sec'y.
Marietta, October 11, 1860.
UB S Spokes, Felloes, Wagon Bows,
jErk Oil Cloth, Varnishes , &c.
B OHLEWS long celebnatediGlN,
BENJAMIN 4- CO.
7 - lll
4 - 4- 'OTHE W_
P RESIDE? T AL ELECTION
SHERRIFF'S PROM AMA TiOiV
Of the General Election for the year 1860.
Notice is hereby given to the Freemen of the
City and Coenty of Lancaster, that on TUES
DAY, the 6th day of NOVEMBER, 1860, an
Election will he held for Twenty-Seven Elec
tors of a President and Vice President of the
United States, and that the qualified voters of
the several election districts will hold their
elections at the places hereinafter designated,
let 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 West Ward at
the public house occupied by Adam Trout;
those of the South East Ward at the public
house occupied by Rupp & Wilson, in East
King street; those of the South West Ward at
the public house of Martha Urban.
f2d District—Drumore township, at the No.
2 school-house in the village of Chestnut Level.
2d District—Composed of the township of
West Donegal, including the Borough of Eliz
abethtown, at the public house now occupied
by George W. Boyer, iu the Borough of Eliza
4th District—Earl township, at the public
all in the village of New Holland, in said
sth District—Elizabeth township, at the pub -
c house now occupied by Franklin & Elias
I • ntz, in Brickersville, in said township.
6th District—Borough of Strasburg, at the
p blic house now occupied by Henry Bear, in
s id borough.
Ith District—Rapho township, including the
:orough of Manheim, at the public house oc
, upied by Michael White, in said borough.
ath District—Salisbury township, at the pub
lic house now occupied by John Mason, White
Horse tavern, in said township.
th District—East Cocalico township, at the
public house now occupied by Widow Fulmer,
in the village of Beamstown, 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—Caernarvon township, at the
public house now occupied by John Myers, in
the vilage of Churchtown, in said township.
12th District—Martm township, at the house
now occupied by George Itobinson,.in said
13th District—Bart township, at the public
house now occupied by Edwin Garrett, in said
District—Colerain township, at the pu b
!ic house now occupied by James G. Hader
band, in said township.
1 th District--Fulton township; at the public
house now occupied by Joseph Phillips, in said
16th District—Warwick township, at the
public house now occupied by. Samuel Lich
tenthaler, in the village of Litiz, in said town
17th District—Composed of the Borough of
Marietta, and part of East Donegal township,
at the public school-house in the Borough 'of
Marietta, in said township.
18th District—Columbia Borough, at the
Town Hall, in said borough.
19th DistrictSadsbury township, at the
public house now occupied by Abraham hoop,
in said township.
20th District—Leacock township, at the pub
lic house now occupied by George Diller, in
2lst District—Brecknock township, at the
public house now occupied by Isaac Messner,
in said township.
22nd District—Composed of parts of town
ships of Itapho, Mount Joy and East Donegal,
at the public school house in the Borough of
23rd District—Being part of EaAt Hempfield
township, at the public house now occupied
by Jacob Swarr, in the village of Petersburg,
in said township.
24th District—West Lampeter township, at
the public houSe now occupied by Henri Mil
ler, in the village of Lampeter Square, in said
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
28th District—Conoy township, at the public
school house in the village of Bainbridge, in
2 th District—Manlnim township, at the
public house now occupied by Charles H, Kry
der, in the village of Nellhville, in said town
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 Eariville, in said township.
32d District—West Hempfield 'township, at
the public house now occupied by John Kendig,
in said township.
33d DistrictStrasburg township, at the pub
lic house now occupied by James Curran, in
the Borough of Striisburg.
34th District—Being part' of Manor town
ship, called Indiautown District, at the public
house of Samuel Stoner, in said township.
35th District—West Cocalico township, at
the public house now occupied, by John W.
Mentzer, in the village of Shoereck, in said
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. JamesTreiv, in said
38th District—Being a part of East Hemp
field township, at the public school house in the
village of Hemp&ld, in said township.
39th District—Lancaster township, at the
public house now occupied by Daniel Hart
man, in said township.
40th District—East Lampeter township, at
the public house now occupied by Henry Ken
eagy, in said township.
41st District—Little Britain township, at the
house of Aaron Brogan & Co,
,21id District—Upper Leacock township, at
the public house of Michael Bender, in said
43d District—Penn township, at the public
house of O. Hershey, in said township.
44th District—Borough of Adamstown, at the
public house in said. borough.
45th District—Clay township, at the house
of George M. Steinmetz (formerly John Erb's)
in said township.
46th District—Perinea township, at the pub
lic house of Benjamin Rowe, in said township.
47th District — Providence township, at the
house occupied by Mary Miller, in said town
48th District—Eden 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 dis
trict, at Lehman's school house, in said town
The General Election, in all the Wards,
Townships, Districts and Boroughs of the coun
ty, are to be opened between the hours of eight
and ten o'clock in the forenoon, and shall con
tinue, without interruption or adjournment,
until seven o'clock in the evening, when all
the polls shall be closed.•
Every person excepting Justice 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 other
city or incorporated district, whether a com
missioned officer or otherwise, a subordinate
officer or agent, who is' or shall be employed
undo: 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 of any
Incorporated district,-is by law incapable of
holding or exercising, at the same time, the
office 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
Thd InspectoiS 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 izorning, and each of said inspectors
"God Sao , th , Commonwealth?,
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 the day of any election,
then the person who shall have received the
second highest number of votes for judge at the
next precedino . ' election shall act as inspector
in his place. And in case the person who shall
have received - the highest number of votes for
inspector shall not attend, the person elected
judge shall appoint an inspector in his place—
and in case the person elected a judge shall not .
attend, then the inspector who received the .
highest number of votes shall appoint a judge
in his place—or if any vacancy shall continue
in the hoard for the space of one hour after
the time fixed by law for the opening of the
election, the qualified voters of the township,
ward or district, for which such officers shall
have been elected, present at such election,
shall elect one of their number to fill such va
The Judges are to make their returns for the
county of• Lancaster, at the Court House in the
City of Lancaster, on Friday, the 9th day of
November, A.: D. 1860, at 10 o'clock a. in.
BEINTJ. F. ROWE, - Sheriff.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, Lancaster, Oct. 9, 1860.
Or. ITlotirat , s
LIFE PILLS & PH CEN IX BITTERS
THESE MEDICINES have now been before
the public for a period of thirty years, and
during that time have maintained a high char
acter in almost every part of the Globe, for
their extraordinary and immediate power of
restoring perfect health to persons suffering
under nearly every kind of disease to which
the human frame is liable.
The following are among the distressing va ,
riety of human diseases in which the
. V.EGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES
Are well known to be infallible
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the
first and second stomachs, and creating a flow
of pure, healthy bile, instead of the stale and
acrid kind; FLATULENCY, Loss of Appe
tite, Heartburn, Headache, Restlessness,
Temper, Anxiety, Languor, and Melancholy,
which are the geneial symptoms of Dyspepsia,
will vanish, tas a natural consequence of its
COSTIVENESS, by cleansing the whole
leuth of the intestines with a solvent process,
and without violence ; all violent purges leave
the bowels costive within two days.
FEVERS. Of all kinds, by,restoring the blood
to a regular circulation, through the process of
prespiration in such cases, and the thorough
solution of all intestinal obstruction in others.
The Life Medicines have been known to cure
RHEUMATISM permanently in three weeks,
and-GOUT in half that time, by removing M
eal inflammation from the muscles and figs
ments of the joints.
DROPSIES of all kinds, by freeing and
strengthening the kidneys and bladder; they
operate most delightfully on these important
organs, and hence have ever been found a cer
tain remedy for the worst cases of GRAVEL.
Also WORMS, by dislodging from the turn
ings of the bowels the slimy matter to which
these creatures adhere.
SCURVY, ULCERS. and INVETERATE
SOii.ES, by the perfect purity which these Life
Medicines give to the blood, and all the humors.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS, and Bad Coen
plosions, by their alteratiVe' effect upon the
fluids that Teed the skin, and the morbid state
of which occasions all eruptive complaints,
sailowi cloudy, and other disagreeable com
The use of these Pills for a very short time
Will effect an entire cure of SALT RHEUM,
and a striking improvement in the clearness of
the skin• COMMON COLDS and INFLU
ENZA will always be cured by one dose, or by
two in the worst cases.
PILES.—The original proprietor of these
Medicines, was cured of Piles, of 35 years
standing by thetise of the Life Medicines alone,
FEVER AND-AGUE.—For this scourge of
the Western country,•these Medicines will be
found a safe, speedy, and certain remedy,- , -.
Other medicines have the system subject to. a
return of the disease—a cure by these Medi
cines is permanent—try them, be satisfied, and
BILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER COM
PLAINTS.— General Debility, Loss of Appe
tite, and Diseases of Females—the Medicines
have been used with the most beneficial results
in cases of this description :—Kingi Evil, and
Scrofula, in its worst forms, yields to the mild
yet powerful action of these remarkable Med
icines. Night Sweats, Nervous Debility, Ner
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the Heart, Painters , Colic,are speedily cured.
IVIERCURTAL DISEASES.—Pirsons whose
constitutions have become impaired by the in
julicious use of Mercury, will find these Med
icines a perfect cure, as they never fail to erad
icate from the system, all the effects of Med
cury, infinitely sooner than the most powerful
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335 Broadway, New York.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
An Effective, Safe and Economical Compound !
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without dyeing, and preventing the hair from
For Preventing Baldness, and curing it, when
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For Removing Scurf and Dandruff', and all
cutaneous affections of the Scalp.
For Beautifying the Hair, imparting to it an
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The great celebrity and the increasing de-.
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where the hair is loosenit. ' and thinning, it will'
give strength and vigor to the roots, and restore: .
the growth to those parts which ave become
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There are hundreds of ladies and gentlemen
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tibility. It will effectually prevent the hair
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and in cases where the, hair has already changed
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and a Hair Restorative it is particularly. rec
ommended, having an agreeable fragrance;
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the hair, which, when moist with the Invigo
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to preserve its place. whethrr plain or in curls
—hence the great demand for it by the ladies
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Only ftwenty-five cents
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L. Miller would call the attention of Parents
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that may have beCome connected with the
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CAUTION.—None genuine without the fac
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per , also, L. MILLER'S HAIR INVIGORATOR,
N. Y. blown in the glass.
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printed Mouslies, in vines boquets and polka
spots and medallions ; double width Irish pop
lins, new style, all wool printed Cashmeres;
black ground Foulards, Velour Ottomans, all
Wool Plaids, Satin a Soie, GarabaldPs, Denor
ah's, children's bright Plaid. 300 pieces Pa
cific de. Lanes, ISi 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 plaid Blanket Shawls,
Misses and children's Woolen Shawls, n o w
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings.
The largest and most complete assortment we
ever offered and at unusually tow prices; we
invite particular attention to our Cloth De
partment, Boy's Cassimeres, Sze.
Black and Fancy Super French and English
Black and Fancy Super French and English
The very latest style Vestings.
Cloths, Cassimeres, and every variety ofgo'ods
for boy's wear.
HOUSE KEEPING GOODS.
Blankets, Marsaille, Lancaster and Allendale
Quilts, Woolen Coverlets, Comfortables,
Bleached and Brown 'Linen Table
Cltiths from 2 yas. to 4 yds. wide,
Bleached and Brown Domes
tic Table Cloths, Woolen •
. • Table Covers, Work '
. 'Stand Woolen
Sacking Bottzmis, Tahle Oil Clothes, Stair Oil
Cloths, Crash for Stairs, Brown and Bleached
Sheetings 1. yd. to 3 yds, "wide, Pillo* Case
Muslims, Tickens, Furniture Chintzes and
Checks, Towelings, Bureau Covers, &c., &e.,
Looking Glasses. a large stock,
Prime Live-picked Geese Feathers.
WindoW Shades, anew and full assortment,
Window Shades with 'Bailey's Pictures,
Embroidered Muslin Window 'Curtains,
,A, very-large lot of Carpetings, new styles,
selling at reduced prices ; Carpet Chain, wool
en, linen and, cotton.
,-China, Glass & Queens Wart:
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, Wini&
Egg and Cellery
Classes • -
Goblets, Pre'serve Dishes Fruit Stands,. Cake
Stands, &c., &e.
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 froth i yd. to 2
A full line of Hoisery and Gloves, .
ACThe above comprise only a small portion
of our new goods. HALDEMAN'S
Cheap Cash Stait, Columbia.
UPPLEE & BRO.,
10 IRON AND BRAS FOUNDERS,
• AND GENERALCRINISTS3-
. Second Street, below Union, -
They are prepared to make all kinds of Iron
Castings for Rolling Mills and Blast Furnaces,
Pipes, fOr steam, Water and Gas ; Columns,
Fronts, Cellar Doors; Weights, tic., fot Buil
dings, and castings of every: description ; .
STEAM ENGINES, AND BOILERS,
IN THE MOST MODERN AND IMPROVED
Manner • Pumps, Brick. Presses, Shafting and
Pulleys, Gearing, Taps, Dies, Machinery
for Mining and Tanning; Brass Bearings,
Steam and Blast Gauges, Ltablicktors, Oil
Cocks, Valves for Steam, Gas, and
Water; Brass Fittings in all their
.Variety; Boilers, Tanks; Flues,
Heaters, Stacks, Bolts,
Nuts, Vault Doors,
81-, A K.SMITITIN
Pram long experience in building machinery wd
flatter ourselves that we can give geleral satis
faction to those why may favor us with their.
orders. li3Repaiiing promptly attended to.
Orders by mail addressed as above, will meet
wsth prompt attention. Prices to suit the times.
T. R. SUPPLEE.
Columbia, October 520, IS6O. 14-tf
D R. ESENIVEiN'S TAR & WOOD
• NAPTHA PECTORAL!
IS THE DEST,RIED/CINE IN THE'WORLD
_THE CURE OF
CoUghs and Colds, Croup, Bronchitis. Asthma,
Difficulty in Breathing, Palpitation of
The Heart; Diptheria, and for
• The relief of patients '
IN Tllg AOVeYNCED STAGES OF CONS9IP,TION,
together with all Diseases of the Throat and
Chest,,,and-*hich predispose to Consumption.
It is-peculiarly adapted to the radical cure of
Asthma. Being prepared by a pradical phys
ician and druggist, and one of great experience
in the cure of the various diseases to-which the
human frame is liable.
It is offered the afflicted ~ W ith the great
est confidence. Tsr rr and be contincedthat
it is invaluable in the cure of Bronchial affec
tions. ICrPRICE FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
Prepared only by Dn. A. ESENWEIN & CO,
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS, N. W. COT. 9th &
poplar Streets, Philadelphia.
li3 Sold by every respectable Druggist and
Dealer in Medicines throughout the State.
April 7, 1560-it.
Iron Masters, look to your interests I
THE` IMPROVED BLACK HAWK
CAST ROW ORE WASHER
- MANUFACTURED AND SOLD' BY'
Marietta, Lancaster County, Pa ;
The Undersioed will constantly kee'p on
band and make .to order at shortnoticerthey
above celebrated machine, the best i n the
ted States! They will warrant their machines'
to run lighter, last longer and wash &caner and
with less water . than any other triachitie no*,
in use. They- cati be easily put together the
bank.- All orders addressed to either of the
undersigned will meet with pronipt attention.;
11P They - are also prepared to sell individu-:
al, County and state Rights.
• BERNARD O , BR YAN.
October 13 7 1860. v7-no.l Iy
yoRK COUNTY HILL LAND,
AT PUBLIC SALE.
The.Undersignee will offer at public outcry,
at the Donegal House, Marietta,
On Wednesday, Nopeinber 7, 1%0,
At Tw'o o'clock in the Afternoon, T W 0
TRACTS OF YORK CO. HILL LAND,
situate in liellarn Township, adjoining lands
of Jain. M. Whitehill, John Bollinger, Henry
Musser - SW others, ono of which is lying partly
on the'south side of the hill, containing 37
ACRES, more. or peas, .The other Tract con..
tains 20 ACit-F,Sittnore or less; and is'on the
north sidn'of,the .These Tracts are thick
ly covered-With young Timber, and a portion
well adapted to cultivation. 4
For. any further; particulars inqUire
Barr Spangler. ANN - BOGp.S.
Marietta,' Oct. 13, 1860:
HEALTH AlO PLEAStifilg,
Or, Disease with its Agonies :.
CHOOSE 13E1''W.E.Eisi THEM.
What is more fearful than the breaking
down of the nervous system? To be elcitea
ble or nervous in a small degree is most dis
tressing, for where can a remedy be found
There-is one :—drink but little wine, beer; of
spirits, or far better, none ; take no. coffee,—
weak tea being preferable; get all the fresh
air you can; take tree difotir Pills every night;
eat plenty of solids, avoiding the -use of slops ;
and if• these -gold/in' iulea are folloWed, you
will:be happy in mind and strong in body, and
forget you have any nerves.
41MTVERS A:ND DiftTGII2IEAS
If there is one thing more than another for
*Lich these Pills are so finichis it their puri
.properties, especially their power of
cleansing the blood from all' impurities, and
removing dangerous and suspended secretions.
Universally adopted as the one grand renfedy
for female complaints, they Deter fail, never
weaken the system, and alWdys bring Shout
what is required.
SICK HEADAONgS AND WANT OF AP-
These feelings.whiCh so.sadden us; most fr-e
quently arise from annoyances or trouble, from
obstructed perspiration, or from eating and
drinking what is unfit for us, thus disordering
the, liver and stomach. These orgsns must be
regulated ifyou wish to be well. The Pills, if
taken according to the printed instructions,
will quickly restore a healthy action to both
liver and stomach, whence follow as a natural
consequence, a good' appetite and a clear head.
In the East and West Indies scarcely any other
medicine is ever used for these disorders.
.0./.50/iDERS' OF THE KIDNEY.
In all diseases affecting these organs, wileth=
er they secrete too zinich or too httle water;
or whethot they be afflicted with stone or gravel
or - with aches and pains settled in the loins
over the regions of the kidneys, these Pills
should be taken accordingto the printed direr=
tons, and the Ointment should be well rubbed
into the small of the_backmt bed time. . This
treatment will giye almost immediate rehet
when all other means have failed.
FOR.STWIIACHS, OUT o't ORDER.
No medicine will so effectually. improvg thd
tone of the stomach as these Pills... they remove
all acidity; Oectidione.V.e iflief tivintemperande
p, diet. They_ reach the liver
and reduce it 3 to healthy - aetidn , ; they are
wonderfully efficacious. in case of spasm,--iri
fact - they never fail in curing all disorders of
the liver and Stomach.
I.Thlloway's Pills' are the best rented y known
in the, world for the following diseases.
Ague,K., Dropsy, , Inflammation;
Asthma. Dysentery, Jaundiee,
Bilious CoMplaitits, Erysipelas, Liter Corn-
Blotches on the Female Ir- plaints;
Skin, regularities Lilt/gated;
Bowel Complaints, Fevefs of all Piles,
Colics, kinds, • Rheumatisrii ;
Constipation of the Fits, Retention of
Bowels, Gout, Urine,
Consumption; Head-ache, Scrofula, or
Debility, Indigestion, King's Evil;
Stone and Gravel; Tumours, Sore Tliroatai
Secondary Symp :Ulcers, Venerdal 2%.!=
toms, Worms of all fections,
Tic-Doulourettx; kinds, 'Weakness,Ste.
CAnrion . :—None ate genuine mnless the
words "Ho.r..LoWAy, Naw YoRK :cirri Lott
now," are discernible as a` Water-mark in every
leaf of the book of directions around each poi
or box; the same may be plainly seen by hold -
ittg the leaf to the light. A handsorhe reward
will be given to any one rendering Midi info,
mation as may lead to the 'detection Of any
party or parties counterfeiting the medicines Or
vending the same, knowing them to b 6
Sold at the Manufactory of Professor HOL=
LOWAY, 80 Maiden Lane, New -York, and by
all respectable Druggists and. Dealers in Medi
cine; throughout the civiliied world, in bcixes
at 25 Cents, 62 cents and $1 each.
€ - There is cOnsiderable saving 14 taking
the larger sizes.
N B.—Directions for the guidance Of patients
n every disorder, are affixed to each box.
To Persons Out !4 &oploythent
In every bounty of the "United Stales.
To engage in the sale of some df the best and
most elegantly illustrated Works published.
Our publicatidns are of the most intefesting
charatter, adapted to the wants of the Fafiner,
Mechanit and Merchant; they are published
in the best style and bound in the most sub
stantial manner, and are worthy a place in the
Library of every Honsahold in the Land.
To men of enterprise and industrious habits;
this business offers att. oppdrtunity for profit
able dmployment seldom to be diet with.
Persons deiiring to att as agents will re
ceive promptly by mail lull partimilars, terms;
&c., by addressing,.
LEARY, OETZ & Co., Pt/bashers.
NO. 224 North Seeofid street, Philadelphia:
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grim: subseribeis to the Capital WM& Of the
" Mariettamnd Mountjoy Thrntake Road
Company," are hereby notified, td meet itt the
Public House of Hhtiry Shefbahh, at the Cross
Roads in the ,Borough *of'llteitntjoy, on 'Mon
day; the sth day of November'neitt, at 2 Ohio ck
P. M." to orgarae Mich ctirttoration; and dhose
by ballot, one President, five Managers; and
one Treasurer,'and such other officers as may
be necessary to corldnCt 'the biisinese Of the
Company, for the enatifig Year.
BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSIOIiiiaS.
Oct. Bth 1860. -
AGENERAL ASSORTMENT OF •
Hammered and Relied 'lron,'H.
S. Bars, Norway, Nail hods, .4inerkliii( : )
and German Spring and Cast" Steel. Wagon:
Boxes, Iron Axles, Sprinke,,dc" for siiiiilis..
STERRETT 4- CO. -,
ITINE AND LIQUORS. '
Superior Old`Brandy, Old Rye Wiaaiceq,
Holland Gin, Old Aladeriai.Liabon, Slitrry;and.
Pittabiirg Whiskey alwaYa on hand ,at the
lowest inarket price's. Vet.3r Fine Aqindy at,
a very low figure, by the &tate]: •
J. It. DIFFENpACII.IIfirk444*-:.
R ECEIVED by Dr:
Blairs & COtelit Gelatin.`
"Blai.f reiTu Chosolath... • •
1 - 11-IAV
55 fr ,4 4 9"..iCE.61T;4A 1 'ED - YE, su
jperior to any bb had atJe
Cheap &ore of DiYfenba.A: ,