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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17,1860
far Our Wide Awakes have a meeting
at the Town Hall this (Saturday) even
ing for the double purpose of settling up
the financial affairs of the club and de
termining, whether or not, to convert it
into a military company. We do hope
some energetic men will now lay hold of
this opportune period and let us have a
volunteer company. We think enough
could be induced, if the right men would
"lend a helping hand,"—since the Wide
Awake movement was so very successful
in our midst—to change the skull -cap
and torch for the pompoon, and rifle,--
Come, gentlemen, lot once again th e
public spirit of our young America show
The Marietta Literary Society
met on Tuesday evening last, at their
room, adjoining the Town Hall, and re
organized by appointing Samuel Lind
say temporary Chairman. Isaac S. Geist
and H. H. Sawyer were appointed a com
mittee to report permanett officers at
the next meeting. 11. L. Girod and
Theo. Iliestand were appointed a com
mittee to arrange an " Order of business"
to govern the society. The following
question was then adopted for the next
Meeting's discussion : Is their sufficient
reason to justify the South in seceeding
from the Union," with the following
cast : Affirmative, Messrs. I. S. Geist,
Barr Spangler, Theo. Iliestand, J. W.
Clark, W. B. Grosh, G. - 11. Ettla ; nega
tive, Messrs. H. H. Sawyer, A. N. Cassel
H. L. Girod, J. A. Congdon, Dr. Hinkle,
Samuel Lindsay. Adjourned to meet
Monday evening next at 7 o'clock'. The
public is respectfully invited to attend.
Or Lewis Suter, who for some time
past has figured extensively in our Courts
as a passer of counterfeit money, was ar
reste,d a few days ago on the charge of
poisoning several horses belonging to
Mr. Emanuel Shober. The evidence al
though circumstantial is said to bear
heavily upon the accused. He was held
in $1.200 bail to answer the charge at
the nest Gourt of Ssssions.
'Or Mr. Lyons with two corps of Rn
gineers is now rapidly progressing with
the location of the Reading and Colum
bia Railroad, and the line promises to be
more practicable even than his report of
bis first survey set forth. The contrac
tors are ready to commence the work at
tar - By reference to our advertising,
columns it will be seen that efforts are
being renewed to establish a bank in
this place—not the long talked-of "Don
egal," but to be properly called "The
Bank of. Marietta." We hope to see
this effort successful.
tfir On Sunday evening last a man
named Christian Zool; was killed on the
Railroad, at Falmouth, in this county,
by a train of cars. ' He was sitting upon
- the track, and was not seen in time to
prevent the train from passing over him.
'Hon. Thotnas H. Burrows, the
able and distinguisned State Superin
tendent of the Common Schools, lectur
ed on Education, in AlerCer, on the even
ing of the 15th ult.
Oar Mr. Spangler, of the firm of Span
gler & Patterson, has just returned from
Philadelphia where he went to select a
winter stock of goods.
arDellinger, the Saddle and Harness
maker on Market street,has just received
lotfine Buffalo Robes, Horse Blankets,
&e. Go and see them.
ifigr"Alt Berks" gave the Reading Fri
sian electoral ticket' 2179 majority.—
Poor old Berks,—how the democratic
stronghold has dwindled down.
The Susquehanna is still up and
timber and boards coming in. We learn
that the 'West Branch is in fine running
WLincolu's majority in Lancaster
A SCREW LOOSE.—The South Corolina
Legislature do not find everything go
ing smoothly secession. The question
of ways and means seems likely to give
them trouble. A resolution for raising
a million of dollars for the defence of the
State brought a Mr. Johnston to his feet,
who said that, "although he was as much
in earnest as any one, he was not willing
to pass a bill to raise a million of dollars
without indicating how that money is to
be raised. Let us show that it is to be
raised in a way not to be a burden upon
the poorer classes of our population.—
The parttcular species of property which
is to be protected should bear the burden
of the cost of that protection."
tigrA. young man, in a joke, so he says
introduced a friend to a -widow lady of
some means. An intimacy sprung up
between them, which resulted in an en
gagengult of marriage. The was-to-be
groom so won on the confidence of his
intended as to borrow from her some six
teen hundred dollars, with which he soon
made himself scarce. The sequel to the
affair is that the widow has brought suit
against the man who first introduced her
to the deceiver, as a party to the swind
BeoomacK's WILL.—The will of Brod
ick, who was murdered on account of his
political virtue, has been admitted to pro
bate. His estate, which at one time was
supposed to be very little above his lia
bilities, has, since his death, so deeply
lamented, greatly appreciated in value—
to such an exteut,indeed,as to leave about
one hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
Mr. 8., it appears, had no near relativeS ;
hence, after bequething $lO,OOO to one
friend, he has left Ir. George Wilkes,
well .known as connected with the sport
ing press, residutary legatee—making
him a rich man, unexpectedly.
FOR THE UNION : The new Mayor of
Baltimore, Hon. Geo. Wm. Brown, was
inaugurated on Monday last. His ad
dress, which was listead to by a very
large body of citizens, takes strong con
stitutional ground, and utterly ignores
all political partialities. He held that
Mr. Lincoln, having been constitutional
ly elected, that result affords no justifi
cation for any attempted disruption of
the ties which bind the States in one
confederacy—no cause has yet arisen of
sufficient magnitude to justify its over
VICTORIA COMING.—The Boston Bee
says that the Duke of Newcastle intimat
ed to a prominent gentleman of that city,
that another year this country and Can
ada might be visited by the Queen.—
Here will be a chance for another excite
ment. Let Victoria come, and we prom
ise her on the part of our gallant country
men, one of the nicest kind of receptions.
We are fond of things of that sort, and
all the fonder when there is a woman in
Gsr. SCOTT.—General Scott is the lar
gest man in the American service. He
is six. feet six inches tall, and weighs two
hundred and sixty pounds. lie is sev
enty-four years old, yet his health is good
and his whole system apparently vigo
rous, much of which is doubtless owing
to his temperate habits;
CARRIED THEM ALL.—Lincoln carried
his own ward, city, county and State.—
He also carried Douglas' ward, city,
county and State.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINT3IENT.—The
wrecks of Humanity.—lndiscretions of youth—
No object is more soul appaling than the pre
mature senility of youth daily witnessed among
the habitues of our public promenades, where
may be seen the terrible results of disease in
its most frightful forms of the ghastly and ca
daverous wrecks of manhood, the deluded vic
tims of unprincipled scoundrels, who, by per
nicious nostrums have impregnated the systems
of their unsuspecting and confiding patients
with mineral poisons. For all ulcers and im
purity of blood consequent upon such impru
dence,Holloway's Pills and Ointment are pow
erfully efficacious, being composed' of rare bal
sams and vegitables that are antagnostic to dis
orders of the blood and ulcers arising from vi
rus in the body. They contain not a particle
of mercury or any othermineral poison.
To CONSUMPTIVES : The advertiser having
been restored to health in a few weeks, by a
very simple remedy, after having suffered sev
eral years with a severe Lung affection, and
that dread disease, Consumption, is anxious to
make known to his fellow sufferers the means
of cure. To all who desire it he will send a
copy of the prescription used, [free of charg,el
with directions for preparing and using the
same, which they will find a sure care for Con
sumption, Bronchitis, &c. The only object of
advertiser in sending the prescription is to ben
efit the afflicted, and he hopes every sufferer
will try his remedy, as it wilt cost them" noth
ing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wish
ing the prescription will please address
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings co., N. Y. [3m
THE GREAT HOLLAND REMEDY.—Bcnr
have's Holland Bitters.—Persons subject to
nervous or sick headache, will find in Bwr
have's Holland Bitters a sure, safe and pleas
ant remedy. It soothes the throbbing head,
corrects acidity of the stomach, assists diges
tion,and creates a healthy appetite. It is,with
out doubt, a most delightful preperation, and
an effectual remedy. The fact that it is now
a very popular medicine throughout allthe-Hol
land settlements in Wisconsin, New York, Il
linois, Michigan and Indiana, speaks much in
itsfa.vor. See advertisement in another column.
A CARD TO THE Surrnarno.—The Rev.
WILLIAM COSGROVE, while laboring as a mis
sionary in Japan, was cured of Consumption,
when all other means had failed, by a recipe
obtained from a learned physician residing in
the great city of Jeddo. This recipe has cured
great numbers who were suffering from Con
sumption, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Coughs and
Colds, and the debility and nervous depression
caused by these disorders.
Desirous of benelitting others, I will send
this recipe, which I have brought home with
me, to all who need it• free of charge.
Address REV. WM. COSGROVE,
439 Fulton Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Dr-See advertisment of Prof. L. Miller's
Hair Invig.rorator, and Liquid Hair Dye, in an
BANK NOTlCE.—Notice is hereby given
that the undersigned have formed an as
sociation and prepaid a certificate for the pur
pose of Establishing a bank of issue discount
and deposit, under the provisions of the act en
titled •an act to establish a system of free
banking in Pennsylvania, and to secure the
public against loss from insolvent Banks" ap
proved tho 31st day of March IAO.
The Bank to be called Bank of Marietta to
be located in 'the borough of Marietta and
County of Lancaster, to consist of a Capital
Stock of One Hundred Thousand Dollars in
Shares of Fifty Dollars each, and it is contem
plated to increase the Capital Stock to the
amount of Two Hundred Thousand Dollars.
James L. Shultz, Henry Musaelman,
John Kline, John Miller,
John W. Clark, S. F. Eagle, -
Aaron Gable, Doc. J. H. Grove,
James 111enaffey, B. F. Hiestand,
John Becker, Sam'l Patterson,
John K. Dinenbrich, David Harry,
Thomas Zell, A. -N.- Cassel.
OTIC El is hereby given not to harbor or
lv trust my wife Catharine, on my account,
us I will pay no debts. of her cantracting.
Mpietta, IS: r ov. 17'; 1560.. 18-3 t
W l-41 F KLY MA_PLIETTIA.N.&-Arn
of Valuable Borough Property,
THE undersigned executor of the will of
ANN WILITEHILL, late of the Borough of
Marietta dec'd, and in pursuance of said Last
Testament, will offer at public sale, at
On Tuesday, November 27th, 1860,
the following property - , late the Estate of said
Ann Whitehili, deceased :
NO. 1. Thu undivided five-eighths, or all
of said decsased'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
DWELLING HOUSE, :n1
A Large Stehle, &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
NO. 2. Being the undivided half of parts of
Three Lots of Ground, Nos. 66, 67, and GS,
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
ERICK DWELLING HOUSE, r
With a Pump in the Yard,
and other improvements, fronting on United
States Street, adjoing 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 James 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 western wall of said
Store House. The improvements are
ftv WARE-HOUSE, A LARGE STABLE,
Sze., adjoing an Alley on the East and the pro
perty of Barr Spangler on the West.
NO. 4. Being the one undivided 1 fourth
part of a Lot of Ground No. 39, situate and
being in 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 3-7ths
of the whole of said Lot being subject to the
Life-Estates of Joseph WDowell, Jas. Wilson
and James 141ehaffey, respectfnlly ; 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 others frame, and built under
Possession of said properties or interests, will
be given on the first day of April, ISGI.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P.M., when
terms will be made known by
JAMES WILSON, Executor
Marietta, Oct. 13, 1360.
Q UPP LEE & BRO.,
k 3 IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS,
AND GENERAL IVIACILINIS'TS„
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, &e., for Buil
dings, and castings of every description ;
STEAM EMIRS, MU BOARS,
IN TUE MOST MODERN . AND IMPROVED
Pumps, Brick Presses, Shafting and
Pulleys, Mill Gearing, Taps, Dies, Machinery
fur Mining and Tanning ; Brass Bearings,
Steam and Blast Gauges, Lubricators, Oil
Cocks, Valves for Steam, Gas, and
Water ; Brass Fittings in all their
Variety; Boilers, Tanks, Flues,
Heaters, Stacks, Bolts,
Nuts, Vault Doors,
From long experience in building machinery we
flatter ourselves that we can give general satis
faction to those why may favor us with their
orders. IC°Repaiting promptly attended to.
Orders by mail addressed as above, will meet
wsth prompt attention. Prices to suit the times.
T. B. SUPPLEE.
Columbia, October 20, 1860. 14-tf
Eli I.T.lpeleet eiMP Stoll,
North Queen Street, near the Exam
iner & Herald Office.
THE Proprietor of Tun LANCASTER CHEAP
has availed himself of the opportunity to pur
chase a large stock of the most varied assort
ment of valuable books of every class and de
scription. He now offers to the public the same
at proportionably and unusually Low rates.
Those in want of valuable standard works,
for the improving of a well selected library,
will find it to their great advantage to call and
examine the extensive stock on hand. My ob
ject and wish is, as it always was; to supply
the wants of the community with anything in
my line on the most reasonable terms possible.
This we find the better and most advantageous
course for all parties. The Political Econo
mist tells us, "cheaper an article is, the more
it can and will he used." Then the conclusion
is, that when we buy cheap, we must sell
cheap, simply allowing ourselves a reasona
I would call especial 'attention to my large
assortment of Sunday School Books on hand,
of every variety wanted for the'use of Sunday
Schools and sell all at Sunday School Union
prices. 1 have the agencies for the publica
tions of the American Sunday School Union,
American Tract Society, Methodist Book and
Tract Society. Also, the Lutheran, Presbyte
rian, Episcopal and other denominationa are
kept ea hand,
Those in want of a neat and cheat) Quarto
Family Bible, will find it to their advantage
to call ;and examine at
THE CH EAP 8008 STORE,
the largest stock on hand, ranging form One,
to Twenty-five Dollars.
Before purchasing elsewhere, call and exam
ine the large and cheap stock of
Successor to Murray, Young & Co.
Estate of Jacob Grosh, Deceased, ,
Late of Marietta.
T ETTERS of Administration, with the Will
lAr annexed, having been granted to the un
dersigned, they therefore notify all indebted to
said Estate to make immediate payment; and
all who have claims against the same, to pre
sent them for settlement, to
A. B. GROSH, '
C. C. P. GROSH,
Administratms with the Wilt annexed.
Marietta, Nov. 17, IS6O-6t.
*The Lancaster Union will copy and insert
6 times, and send bill as above.
A. B. & C. C. P. G.
THE LINCOLN CLUB will meet this (Sat
urday) evening, at '7 o'clock, at the Town
Hall. A full attendance is requested, to audit
accounts, lo pay bills, and to dispose of sur
plus funds. Have all borrowed uniforms and
torches thera for return to their owners. Let
there be a clean cleaning up !
A. B. Gnoan, President. •
Marietta, Nov. 17, 18110.
TORE NEW GOODS! The subscriber
having just returned from Philadelphia
where he renewed and added to his
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
Of Dress Goods. Call and see the new styles
and learn the low prices, at DIFTENBACII'S.
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from Philadelphia where he, selected' a
very fine assortment of all kinds o
MISCELLANEOUS AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
to which he would 'respectfully invite the atten
tion of School Directors, Teachers; Parents,
Scholars and all othersdc want of any kind of
BOOKS, Magazines, Mammoth Weeklies, the
Dailies, Stationary of every kind and price,
and in fact everything in the
,and Stationary line
A nice collection of Music on hand and a
catalogue of all the music published, from
which selections can be made and ordered.
Anything in his line not on hand will be Or
dered and obtainea in a few days.
SPECTACLES to suit all who
can be aided with glasses,
can be bought at H. L. E.. 1. ZAHM'S, Cor
ner of North Queen-st., and Center Square,
Lancaster. New glasses refitted in old frames,
at short notice. [v6-ly.
FIR. •J. Z. HOFFER, DENTIST,
_I_,OF THE BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF. DENTAL
SURGERY . , LATE OF HARRISBURG,' PA. •
OFFICE: Front street,. fourth door
from Locust, over Snylor&..McDon-Nlanaas
ald's Book. Store / Columbia. Entrance be
ween the Drug and Book Stores. • , [3-ly
D ANIEL G. BAKER,'
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE :—No. 24 NORTH DORE STREET,
opposite the Court House, where he will at
tend to the- practice of his profession in all its
various branches. [Nov. 4, ,59.-ly
PRIME GROCERIES:-Ri6,Java and
Laguira Coffee; Crushed, Pulverized and
Brown Sugar ; Superior Green and Black. Tea ;
Rice, Cheese and Spices; Syrup and prime ba
king Molasses; Excellent Pearl Barley at
.T.' R.' DIFFENBACH,S.
LOTHS AND' CASSIMERS.—A very Ma
i, perior selection of French and German
Cloths, and Cassimers, and a variety of beauti
ful Vestings, a new and fashionable lot, just
arrived at DiOtiliach's Cheail Store.
pHE Largest and best assortment of Fancy
Cloth & Cassiineres and vesting ever offered
in this market arid Will be sold at prices which
defy competition by T. R. Diffenbach.
LUMBER YARD. '
J. GROSH. & SON, Lumber Dealers.'
Yard at the .Easternpart of Marietta.
DZ' Please call at their office, adjoinirig the
THREE-STORY torick house at- the CANAL.
I(NIVES & FOR-KS, &itainia and Silver
plated Spoons, Bragg, Copper, Plain and
Enameled Iron Kettles, and •Housekeeping
goods generally. .s"tetTett,& Co.
A GENERAL,ASSOR'rMENT OF
Hammered and B,olled 'lron, H
S. Bars; Norway, Nail Rods,American
and German Spring and Cast Steel„ Wagon
Boxes, Iron Axles, Sprigs, tie.,:for smiths. .
ST.E.RRETT.4 - CO.
SUPERIOR COOK STOVE;'eeruptain
style, each one warranted to per-,
form to the entire satisfaction
purchaser. STE.B.RETT.Bz CO. .
U B S ~ Spokes, Felines, Wagon Bows
11 . Oil:Cloth, VainiShes, &e.
STERRETT 4- CO.
1011 LANDLORDS! Just received, Scotch
I_ and Irish WHISKIES, warran
ted pure, at H. D. Denjavw#L's.,
T. CROIX AND NEW ENGLAND RUN
0 for culinary purposes, warranted genuine
at H. D. BenjaminAr_Co?s.
U,l)".g DROPS : Stewart' - s .New -w-YorleGura
Drops, S varieties . , at Wolfe's,
fNCOLNIk. H A.M.LINFI2kb§ imeMedals
fora sale at J. M. Anderson's. .
_IDVIANDIES--all brands-fx , granted.
1860 ! Fourth Arrival. of 1860 1..
if;. 'FUT- eiooo ,
iI LT OW OPENING, a beautiful, assortment
of New Fall Goods, bbught in New
York and Philadelphia.
CLOA X . S4_
The newest fall styles': -
The Walking Coati
The Full Back,
The Plain Back,
The Cape Style.
The Beaver Cloth; 4e., itc-,
Cloaking Cloths of every kind. Dress goods of
every description, newest styles antf last ltd. ,
ported in New York.
A beautiful assortm , nt; and latest stYleSi
Brocha Long Shawls,
Seotclf Ldng Blanket ShirWls,-
French Long Blanket ShoWle,
Stella Shawls, embraCing every colok
HENRY A. SHULTZ
Coati:4, Ctessimerei, lad 'ratings".
We respectfully invite attention' to'our steer:
of Coatings, Cassimeres and Vestings, mimed
ing in variet3 ,quality and cheaprressiany goods.
in - that line we ever offered'. .
Nov. 3, 1860
The Testimony of the whale World I
Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Sores and Ulce
All description of sores are remediable by : tha
proper and diligent use of this inestimable .
preparation. To attempt to cure bad legspy
plastering the edges of, the wound together is a
folly ; for should the. shin unite, a boggy dis
eased condition remains underneath to break
out with tenfold fury in a feW days. The only:
rational and successful freatnient, as indicated
by nature, is to' redUce the inanimation in and
about the wound and to soothe the neighboring
parts by rubbing in plenty of the Ointment as.
salt is forced into meat.
Diptheria, Ulcerated Sore Throat, and
Scarlet and other Fevers.
Any of the above diseases may be cured by
well rubbing the Ointment three times a day
into the chest, throat and neck of the patient;
it will soon penetrate, and give immediate re
lief. Medicine taken by the mouth must oper-;
ate upon the whole system ere , its influence Can
be felt in any local part, whereas the Oint
ment will do its Work at once. Whoever tries
the unguent in the ateve manner for the dis
eases named, or any similar disorders affecting:
the chest and throat, will find themselves re
lieved as by a charm.
The above class of complaintswill be removed
by nightly fomenting the parts with warm
water, and then by most effectually iabbingin
the Ointment. Persons suffering from these
direful complaints should lose not a moment in
arresting their pro'gresd. It should' be under ,
stood that it is not sufficient merely, to gamut'
the Ointment on the affected parts, but •itmust
be well rubbed in for same considerable time
two of three times a day, that it maybe taken
into the' systems wheirc'e it will remove , any
hidden sore or wound as effectually as though
palpable to the eye. There again bread and
water poultices ' .after the rubbing in of the
Ointment, Will do great service. This is the
only sure treatment for female cases of cancer
in the stomach, of where there may b,i.,g4n ,
eral bearing down.
Indiscretions of Youth.. gores and Ulcers.,
Blotches, as also swellings, can,,with .cer
tainty be radically cured the Ointment be ,
used freely, and the Pills be taken night mid
morning as recommended in the printed in
strudtions.. When treated in any other way
they only dry up in one place to break. out ire
another; whereas this Ointment will remove
the hilmour frOm the system, and leave the pa
tient a vigorous and healthy being. it , elll l .
require time with the use of the Pills to ensure
a lasting cure. '
Dropsical Swelling's, Par - alysis and Stiff
Although the above complaints differ widely
iu their origin and nature, yet they all require
local treatment. Many of the worst cases, of
such diseases, will yield.in a comparatively
short space of time when this Ointment
gently rubbed into the parts affected, even' after
every other means have failed. In all serious
maladies- the Pills should .be taken according
to the printed. directions .accompanying each
Both the Qinment and Pills should be used
in the foilowing cases i
Bad Legs, Chiego-foot, Fistulas,
Bad Breasts, Chilblains dont,
Burns, Chapped Chilblains,
Bunions, Corns (Sofq Swellings;
Bite of Mos- Crincers, . Lumbago,
chetoes and ; Contracted and. Piles. -
Sand-Flies, Stiff Soints, Rheumatism;
Coco bay, Rdephantiasis, Scalds;
Skin Diseases, Scurvy, Sore Nipples,
Tumors, Ulcers, Sore-throates;
Wounds, Yaws, Sore-heads.
Ca trims . !No'rie art genuine unless the
words "HOLLOVI7AIr, NE#' Yost AltD Lott-
now," are discernable as a Water-inark hi
every leaf of the book of direetions; around
each pot or box ; the same may be plainly
seen by holding the !elf to the tight. A. MVO-
some reward will be given to any one renderittg
suoti information as rrray lead. to the deteatou
of any party or parties coeteterfeitingthe med
icines or vending the same, knowing them io
Sold at the Manufactory of P±Ofesitcrt
cowAT, SO Madded Lane, New York find
all respectable Druggists and Dealers ittlfe'di
cine throughout the civilized world; irtliol,S, at
25c.,62e. and $1 each.
D - There is a considerable saving by fakitig
the larger sizes.
Ti B.—Directions for the piddled o'f pa
tients, in every disorder, are at to &A box.
TAR. EDW. W. SWENTZEL,
titaas s e LI • Graduate of the Baltimore
College of Dental Surgery, and an assistant
operator and partner of Dr. Wlfyliirti ntrers his
professional services to . the citikene tif Mari
etta. and vicinity.. Persons desiring to have
their rzurn attended to are invited to call at
his office ,
_ enjoining Spangler & Pattelsons
store, 2nd; story, entrance from Market street
• I hereby recommend to tile' people of Mini-,-
etta'and vicinity; Dr. E. W. SNlrt.rit'inx.:, grad
uate of the Baltimore College of Dental Sfirgn
ry„its a competent and skillful operator, hav
ing:had: whole OppOrtOnities of seeing his ope
rations—having long. been an assistant opera
tor of mine. ' JOHN Witt.an, D. D. S.
A TTENTION! Housekeepers. Aralersoti..
has just received Apple's, re Oranges, - lt ,
ons, Figs, Dates, Ffuens, Citron s liasip '"i, - ,
rants, &C., &c., Fresh and''.fidechea, aria -
cheaper than the eheAtieftt br Andetsoid,
AEIXCE.LtENT Cooking and,EatinglApptes.
always - ou hand•-at -Anderson's.
aleaTY Ca* Store
MARK THESE FACTS!
Piles, Fistulas, Strictures
EGA.RS and Chewing Tobacco. A lei
).0 and goad "tariety at' J. 11. Anderson
I\l . EW FIGS, Raisins- and Cutripgii,aiP.M.,
ill M. Ailderscrn 7 s, Market-st.
DA G ATELL E:—Are
Table for .ale clieap ; atth-64iffite;;
TwrvaiumitED .a. g ood po
tatoes le& bale at WOLFE'S.
1 - I.ftkED .I.IRUFE ..xionr. selling cheap at