The Weekly Mariettian. (Marietta, Pa.) 1860-1861, November 24, 1860, Image 2
git g.rii tail' riettiatt. ::f" Impartial—but not Neutral." O r a, BATITILBAY, NOVEMBER 24.1860. PENNSTLVAALL RAILROAD.—For the in formation, of,travelers on the Pennsy laar via railroad, we publish the following regulations fixed upon by the company, andluhich passengers may rely upon be ing carried out to the letter : Oa sad often October 7th, 1860, pas sengers who * fail to procure tickets at the regular. Aces of the compaoy.will be required to,payalL excess to the con ductor. • The conductor will in each case, give the person paging . such excess a ticket, which will be a receipt,for the full amount paid, and. will entitle the holder to re ceive a drawback ,equal in amount to the excess paid, if presented to any author ized station agent of the company. This rulaw,ill be invariable, and con ductors wits barequired to- ciirry it out. It is hoped , passengers will afford them every faoility to do so. RAILROAD OFFICERS IN CONGRESS.- Hon. Erastus Corning, president of the Neti*York Central, and Chauncey Hib bard, superintendent or , twe same road, were both elected to Congress on the 6th filet, in New York State, the former by abottiii • 11undred majority and the latteiby, 'fonr hundred. an Thursday the result was cefebrited at Buffalo by a grand Illumination of tie Central depot and the huge building of the American and Unite 4 States Express Companies. Suva Trumstrann.—Henry D. Moore, of Philadelphia, having been Mr. Slifer's only competitor last winter, for the nom inatiomfor, State Treasurer, was supposed to have. a nitre thing of it this winter, but doubtful ,thinge are-. supposed to be mighty uncertain, iind Dolan well ascer tained ,faet that "there is many a slip 'twizt , the cup and the Up." We hear now of' two additional candidates, who will.ts7 Abair strength in the caucus— Mr. Baldwin, late Senator fregELasoas tar, And Mr.'Prancis, late Speaker of the Renate. Each of these Men have their friendeiand there is a shrewd suspicion afloat that a promise of. Western support to Mr. Francis had something to do with his <withdrawal from the contest, after being fairly. nominated for Senator in his dietriet. Mr. Baldwin is not without his friends, so that the contest is already a triangular one, thus early in the day, and what it will reach by January, there is no sartaising.—Horrisburg Patriot. tItZ 'WASHINGTON FAMlLY.—Singular Coincidence.—Col. Lewis W. Washing ton, of Jefferson county, Va., was mar ried o j zi the 6th inst. to gas M., daugh ter at 47,6. fr. Bascett, Esq., of, Han g"; counV„ Va. In , this marriage a singular coincidence occurs, the groom being a great4saiidson of two brothers of General Washington, and ,the bride the great-granddiughter of the only sis . ter of Glen. Washington, and also great grand-daughter of the sister of Mrs. c3' en eral Washington. , • , jirEverybedy's La w yer" •and "The Family Doctor," two valuable works ad vertised in another part of our paper, are decidedly the best books, of their elase-that have ever come under our no tice. The publisher aiming to meet the waste of the million, and to supply them with Ipoolts not of trapeientinterest, but, of real and permanent value, has spared no Millnuar in the getting up of these worke r theatecessity for which are of con stant row:once "everybody's" busi nemrtuid-thmily. By the aid of judicious advertiejogthey lave already reached an enormous sale, and are now being in:lonely sought for in every,part of our land. Two .dollars sent to the publisher will secure single copies of each book. ii The deiartnre of the Nonni() from Paris, saps the Times' correspondent, is said•to.be the forerunner of the Pope's quitting Rime. His Holiness declared to an Irish ecclesiastic, who -bad an au dience abotit. &forte ight ago, that he con sidered himself nearly a prisoner. 11frBishop . aderiliefiner, of New Jer_ sey, has issued ad address calling upon the churches in' his diocese to take up colleCtiolis onThanksgivngDay foi the benefit of the sufferers in Kansas. *srvr. E. Read, a blind man from his toirtli l eentlsi ' , completed, without aid; a piano 'which' was exhibited last week it* the Indiana State'Fair, and is said to 1, a fine instrument. t '• ,‘ firliarreat county- has been heard from, offisisibr, whiehlizeaLmcoln's ma. jontr in the State-at 95.136 I rrlie Philadelphia 4W Washington CiDi'bausksphave =dnspended= specie pay ubmt. WASHINGTON ITEMS Chief Justice Taney is now hearing I arguments "in chambers" at Baltimore, and will be here to put on his silk gown. and take his seat when the Supreme Court session opens. He has been Chief Justice nearly twenty-five years, and will not listen to polite hints that should he now resign, President Buchanan could appoint a friend of the South as his sac- cessor. The Attorney-General would not probably object to the "rotation." An officer of the State government says he has an important letter from one of the heads of departments at Washing ton, which will be made public after the 14th of December. It is surmised to be the resignation of Gen. Scott, in case of secession. Senators Hammond and Chestnut are mentioned in connection with the head of the Government after secession. Mr. Buchanan has nearly completed his• Message, in which he reviews in de tail the action of the Northern and of the Southern States on the 'fugitive slave law, &c., and recommends alit additional power be vested in the executive to en rolee the laws of the tenited:States. • The President hah under consideration the propriety of sending advance copies of the measage to the principal cities, to be given to the newspapers for immedi ate publication upon the receipt of tele graphic advii!,e that it his been read,— It is thought desirable to have it circu lated at the South prior to the assem bling of the State secession Conventions. The priVate Secretary of Judge Doug las arrived here yesterday from New Or leans, where he left the Little Giant on Monday last, in excellent health, slightly increased in weight since he left here last year, and a little lame from the ef fects of the steamboat accident at Mont gomery. He was on his way to his chil dren's plantation, and will return home, via Memphis, before the opening of Con ran. H. R. French is hard at work to secure the appointment of United States Mar shal of the District of Columbia—a place worth at least $20,000 per annum—be. sides - the advantages atteadent on the position as Chamberlain at the White House. Richard Wallack, who was Marshal under Fillmore, is the principal compe titor, and has the support of many South ern Whigs, his brother, who edits the Star, and his father-in-law, who is the landlord of Brown's hotel. Rumors are afloat that investigations are, now being made into the quality and cost of rations furniehed to the prisoners in Washington jail, for whose subsistence the District Marshal, Col. Wm. Selden, receives sixteen cents per diem, yet has only spent, it is said, eight or nine. P. King, the jailer, and other witnesses have been examined, -but great secrecy has so far been observed. orMarehal Yost publishes the follow ing table which shows the population, by counties, of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, showing an increase since '5O of 338,100 : Counties. • inhabitants. Adams, Berks, Bucks, 63,803 Carbon, 21,239 Chester, 74,749 Cumberland, 40,402 Dauphin, , • 48,640 Delaware, • 30,614 Franklin; , . ' .• , 42,242 Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Philadelphia, Perry, Pike, - Schuylkill, Wayne, York, Total, 1,5 . 58,153' 1a'1850,. 1,220,053 Increase, A. SKILLFUL OPERATION.—We find in the " Medical and .Surgical Reporter" of October, a report of a successful sur gfcat'operation preformed in this bor ough, by Dr. F:,filakle, of Marietta, as sisted by Drs. Ehler,,of Lancaster, and McCorkle, of this borough. The oper ation consisted in the removal of a tumor from the nostril of the patient,which had so extended as to render necessary "the extirpation of , the entire Super-Maxil lary Bone." The surgical , skill display _ by Dr. Hinkle is beat attested by the re sults. The patient entirely recovered under the subsequent judicious treat ment-of the operator and Dr. McCorkle, and retains but slight disfiguring evi dence of the terrible • ordeal through which she passed.—Columbia Spy. The Savannah Republican, of the 12th inst., says that although it has been positively asserted that Mr. Toombs has resigned his seat in the United States . Senate, that paper, after the, most dili gent inquiry, has been unable . 0 find .the slightest foundation for ,the statement.. ea - Prentice, of the Louisville Journal, thus explains the secession movement : "Ile Southern momients in the `diYec- Lion of socessionwpt . moral support, be cause the impreodon is , generitl that the election pf Lincoln is the fretexkllither than the cause of disunion." (*.David 'Dee° Dien, the geologist, brother of Robert Dale Owen, died at lihraneville, Ind., a few days ago. ' (--14 c -t& VlllOl DO Cie MOM 11,10 1741 111 MO IS 111 14110.1[6= The census returns show that Virgin ia will have three additional representa tives in Congress, An ordinance• of the city of Memphis requires all stores and saloons to be closed at 11 o'Clock. The Deacon of Glenwood, the popular lecturer, Mr. De Cordova, himself.ajew, assert that there is in the United States a secret Jewish order numbering 400,000 members. A. dwarf named Paul Drake, 25 years old, got drunk in . a saloon at Columbus, Ohio, was placed on the counter as a show. The poor fellow's ,head being heavier than his body, he tumbled oil; fractured his skull, and died in a few hours. Bee cultivators in Europe are begin ning to make use of chloroform 'to render the bees quiet and tractable at the mo ment of removing the honey from their hives. A woman died at Aurora, Ind., last week, after living six days with-her neck brOken at, the fifth cervicad vertebra.— The head alone retained its vitality dur ing this time, and the body being paral yzed, she did not suffer greatly, com plaining only of a feeling, as if a broad iron band was compressed tightly round her chest. Messrs. Patterson of Juniata, Ball of Erie, Davis of Indiana, Armstrong of Lycoming, and Gordon of Jefferson, are mentioned in connection with the Speak ership of the next House of Represents, • tives. The reward of $l,OOO offered for the recovery of the body of Miss Agnes Grath, lost in the Lady Elgin, has been paid. The rich old late owner of Druid Hill Park, Baltimore, Lloyd N. Rogers,-died on Tuesday. His death is said to have been accelerated by excitement and grief at the sale of his old paternal estate. A body, recently exhumed at Croton, N. Y., which has been buried 25 years, was found completely petrified, and every feature perfect. At the present Elgin (C. W.) Assizes , a man named John Murdough was charg ed with administering poison to his wife with intent to kill her. • The jury found him guilty, and the judge sentenced him to be hung on the 22d of December.— The wife has recovered from the poison administered by her husband, and is now in pretty good health. In California women have n right to de mand that their sewing-machines should be exempt from seizure, on the same principle that secures to farmers and me clanks their implements of industry. It is stated that seventeen law stu dents have left the Cambridge (Mass.) law school on account of the election o Lincoln. A fine male infant was found aban doned on Monday evening, in Grand street, Jersey City. The little fellow, was cared for, named Hamlin. Lincoln, and transfered to the Alms House. 27,997 94,043 It is stated that the French army now in Italy kill horses unfit for farther ser vice, by injecting air into an open vein, which produces instantaneous kmdpain less death. 116,621 30,030 43,932 16,805 70,494 47,775 568,034 22,940 7,360 90,173 32,172 68,088 Mr. Dampier, a farmer residing near Taunton, England, is said to have a horse in his possession, aged 56 years, which he rides daily about his farm, and occa sionally goes out hunting with. Hon. Edward Everett voted, in Bos ton. in the Seventh ward, and on pre senting himself at the polls the cry was raised, by those who were working as hard as they could against him, "Three cheers for Mr, Everett," which were given with a heartiness that must have been gratifying to the recipient of the tribute. 338,100 On Friday, the 9th init., the three slaves, John, Dick, and Colin,were axe= anted At Ltinenbazg (Ya.) Ctourt.hense, for an attempt to poison the family' of a respectable citizen. • The mother of Hon. Howell Cobb re ceived, at a late fair in Georgia, the pre_ mium of a silver.goblet for five hand somely embroidered shirts, worked-by herself. John Jefferson lost both his legs, at Dubuque, on Wednesday, by being run over by a switch engine, while walking on the track. A. brother of Charles Dickens is em ployed ip ths_land office of the Illinois Central Railroad. He does a little in the literary line. Hon. Lewis, Cass, Jr., late . United States Minister at Rome, returned to his - old home in 'Detroit' on Saturday. Capt. Travis, probably the fleet shot in the world,-now -residing at Mem phis, will Shortly visit England.. The re-eleation of Hon. - Lyinaii Trum bull, 'Republican Senator from Illinois is. generally conceded. G-overnor Brown, of Georgia, is re ported as , a, man.otstrong xeligions feel ings. Mr. Lincoln is said to be in the receipt of half a blishel of letters per day. -Mr. Hobbs, the celebrated lock-picker, has arrived in Boston; from Europe. NEWS IN BRIER I= EZE DEATH OP HENRY K. STRONG, ESQ.- This gentleman, well known in political circles, died suddenly oa Thursday last, says The Frees, at the St. Lawrence Hotel, where he was boarding. Mr. Strong was several times elected member of the Pennsylvania Legislature ; once Speaker` of that body, and was a candi date for the nomination of the People's State Convention for Governor when Curtin was nominated. Last Summer Mr. Strong was a candidate for renomi nation to the Legislature from the dis trict composed of the Fifth and Eighth wards, but was beaten by Henry E. Wal lace. FURS:- The season forfursis now upon• us, and as no lady's wardrobe is complete without them, it becomes a question with those unprovided, what kind to select and Where to purchase them to the best advantage. Several varieties beibg equally fashionable, ladies are at liberty to be governed entirely by their own tastes and the amount of "pin• money'at their disposal: The traffic of furs,. like that of jewelry, admits of an almost un limited amount of deception upon the Out of unprincipled dealers, so that pur `chasers in either line cannot be too care ful.. MISS HARRIET LANE AN AIITROR.—The current number of the Home Jounal, says that Miss Harriet Lane, the - accom plished niece of President Buchanan, is the reported author of" Rutledge "—one of the most popular of modern romances. Though Miss Lane is well known in this city, this is the first intimation we have heard of her giving attention to literary composition. If "Rutledge "is her first effort, we can safely predict for her a brilliant literary career.—Lancaster Ex press. MOVING Beaux HOUSES.—A number of workmen were engaged on Tuesday and yesterday in moving two three-story brick dwellings, on Buttonwood street, above Thirteenth. The buildings are used as a benevolent institution. While the moving was going on the patients and others remained inside. The houses are to be moved about forty feet, to a foundation already built to receive them. The operation attracted considerable at ten tion.—Forney's Press. DEATH OF GEORGE SPAYD.—George F. Spayd, a well known character in Read ing died on Wednesday, after a long ill ness. He was a native of this county, and went to Reading some fifteen years ago, in the capacity of school teacher, for which . he was well qualified. He •possesed abilities which, if properly di rected, would have led him to distinc tion, but like many others, he failed to use them right. " Alas, poor Yorick i " —Harrisburg Telegraph. THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE.—Gov. Pack er has issued his proclamation, announc ing the election of the Lincoln electors, and calling them to assemble at Harris burg on the first Wednesday of Decem ber. We advise that all Electors make sure of being at their place of meeting even a day earlier than the time fixed by law, as the vote of Michigan was it dan -ger of being lost from a snow storm in 1856. LINCOLN IN TEE. SLAVE STATE 9.—The vote for Lincoln in the slave Stittes, thus far reported, is as follows : Missouri (estimated) 17,000 Delaware 3,751 Maryland 2,198 V irginia 1,500 'tKentucky 2,150 Total THE OLD WHIG SPIRIT.—The Louis ville Journal of late dates is filled with appeals for the Union, and. Prentice says that he intends to publish hi paper up to March Ist, ,11365, and inside of the 'Union. He declares that he does not like the idea , of collecting local items from. the other side of the Ohio river un der the head of foreign news. CONING TO HARRISBURG.—The Wash ington Artillerists orPottsville, a large and fire looking company, intend visit ing Harrisburg on the third Tuesday of January, to participate in the inaugura tion parade. The People's Campaign Club of Philadelphia, two hundred and fifty strong, with a brass band, will alsd be in an attendance. GOING TO WASHINGTON.—The City Wide-Awakes, of New York, have re solved to attend the Inauguration on the fourth of March next, at Washington, en masse, and in uniform. The State Cap ital Club, of Harrisburg also intend vis iting the Federal Capital on that occa sion. Coax On..—lt is said that Indian corn produces a clear fluid, which burns with (int odor, without smoke; and is inexpen siv6, affording a good light, in an ordi nary kerosene 'lamp, for half a cent 'an hour:" The corn oil is clear and ' colorless as water. ' er Pennsylvania made the first turn . Pike,roadin the United States, laid-the first railroad, established the first water. works, ran the first locomotive, estab lished the first hospital, the first law school, the first public museum, the first hall Of music; and the.first -library in the world opened freely to all. Good -.for Pennsylvania! • IHOW THE PRESIDENT IS ELECTED. -- The successive steps in the election of Pres ident and Vice President are taken, ac cording to existing laws, at the following I dates : 1. By the act of Congress of 1843 the Electors for President and Vice Presi dent of the United States are appointed in each State on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November. 2. By an act of 1792 these Electors are to meet on the first Wednesday in December after, in their respective States, to cast their votes. 3. The votes, when cast, are to be certified by the Electors and sealed up and sent to the President of the Senate. On the second Wednesday in February after, the sealed certificates of the Elect ors are to be broken open and the votes counted, and the result declared in the presence of Congress. A Waal.; ILL ED.—On ' tge Catawissa Railroad, the other day, the engineer dis covered' a woman lying with her, head across the track. Bat it was too late to hold back the train. The engine was reversed - but in vain. .It passed over the unfortunate woman, severing her head from her body and frightfully mangling it. It was her evident intention to com mit suicide; as she had been warned of the coming of the traina moment before, and deliberately laid herself down wait ing for it to pass. . Joe LANE.—Out West several- people are inconsolable because the elegant and refined Joseph Lane is not to be our next Vice ?resident. They say that his defeat is a death blow to American literature, and will cause a complete stagnation in that branch of the book trade devoted to Webster's Spellers. It is rumored that his friends in Oregon were affected to tears by the following dispatch "Me and Brick aredepheeted, but God's will be dun. .Gos EY LANE." MEETING OF CONGRESS.—The second session of the present (36th) Congress will assemble at Washington, on Mon day the third of December. This is the short session of the term, and - as there will be no organization to effect, it will be likely to get under way at once. The President's Message it is said, is almost completed. It will be sent in advance of the meeting of Congress to the princi pal cities of the country. • ifirMr. John M. Butler will contsst the seat of Mr. Wm. E. Lehman, as Rep resentative from the First Congressional District. On Saturday evening last no tice to that effect was given to Mr. Leh man, by Mr. Charles Gilpin, counsel for Mr. Butler. Mr. Butler still holds the certificate of election from the Return Judges of the city of Philadelphia. The New York Seventh Regiment have established a gymnasium, the finest in the city, at a cost of 820,000. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT.—The onward march of truth—Why is it?—The great doctrine announced some fifty years bark by Dr. Holloway, that the stomach, the liver, and the blood are the founts of disease, is now uni versally admitted, his greatest opponents hav ing become his staunchest supporters. The reason is obvious. Millions who were aillicthd with Dyspepsia, Liver complaints, Billiousness. Sick-Headache, Debility and Physical prostra tration, have been radically cured by a thorn' /course of his famous. Pills, while others have been healed of Scurvy, Old Sores, Bad Legs, Scrofulous humors, Glandular Swellings, Tu mors, Asthma, Bronchitis, &c., by his Ointment and Pills, when all other means had failed, Such is the progress of truth and the triumph of reason. THE GREAT HOLLAND REMEDY. —Bcer have,s Holland Bitters,—Persons subject to nervous or sick headache, will find in Bier have's Holland Bitters a sure, safe and pleas ant remedy. It soothes the throbbirg 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 all the Hol land settlements in Wisconsin, New York - , Il linois, Michigan and Indiana, speaks much in its favor. See advertisement in another column. 26,599 A CARD TO THE Surressec.—The Rev. Wilda - Am Cosomovm,.while 'laboring as a mis sionary in Japan,'wai cured or . Consumption, all other means had fail( 1. 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 benefitting others, I will send this recipe, which I have brought home with me, to all who need it, free of charge. Address REV. Wm. Coscsovm, 939 Fulton Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 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 charge] with directions for preparing and using the same, which they will find a sure care for Con sumption, Bronehitis, &c. The only object of advertiser in sending the presc.riPtion is to ben efit the afflicted, and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it 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 10- We take pleasure in calling attention to the advertisement of R. Newell's Gallery of Art. Thetebtimonials are of the first chartic ter. iIZI - See 'adiertisinefit of Prof., L. Miller's pair Inyinorator, and Liquid. Hair Dye, is au other column: • . Health and us Pleasures, or, DISEASE AND ITS AGONIES, --o -- CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM. HOLLO WAY'S PILLS NERVOUS DISORDERS. What is more fearful than the breaking down of the nervous system? To be excites ble or nervous in a small degree is most dis tressing, for where can a remedy be found 1-- There is one :—drink but little wine, beer, or spirits, or far better, none ; take no coffee,— weak tea being preferable; get all the fresh air you Can ; take tree or four Pills every night; eat plenty of solids, avoiding the use of slops ; and if these goldon rules are followed, you will be happy in mind and strong in body, and forget you have any nerves. MOTHERS AND DAUGHTER& if there is one thing more than another for wtich these Pills are so famous it is their puri fying properties, especially their power of cleansing the blood from all impurities, an d removing dangerous and suspended secretions. Universally adopted at the one grand remedy for female complaints, they never fail, never weaken the system, and 'always bring about wt-: is required. SICK HEADACHES AND WANT OF Ap- PETITE. These feelings which so sadden us, most fr-e quenUy arise from annoyances ortrouble, frees obstructed persphstion, or from eating and drinking what is unfit for us, thus duiordering the liver and stomach. These organs must be regulated if you 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 Westlndies scarcely any other medicine is ever,used for these disorders. DISORDERS OF THE SIDNEY. In all diseases erecting these organs, wheth er they secrete too much or too little water; or whether 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 according to the printed direc tions, and the Ointment should be well rubbed into the small of the back at bed time. This treatment will give almost immediate relief when all other means have failed. FOR STOMACHS OUT OF ORDER. No medicine will so effectually improve the tone of the stomach as these Pills • they remove all acidity, occasioned either by intemperance or impr.per diet. They reach the liver and reduce it to a healthy action ; they are wonderfully efficacious in case of spasm,—in fact they never fail in curing all disorders of the liver and Stomach. Holloway's , Pills arethebest remedy known in the world for the following diseases. Ague, Dropsy, Inflammation, Asthma. _ Dysentery, Jaundice, Bilious Complaints, Erysipelas, Liver Com- Blotches on the Female Ir- plaints, Skin, regularities Lumbago, Bowel Complaints, Feversofall Piles, Colics, kinds, Rheumatism , Constipation of the Fits, Retention of Bowels, Gout, Urine, Consumption, . Head-ache, _Scrofula, or Debility, Indigestion, King's Evil, Stone and Gravel, Tumours, Sore Throats, Secondary Symp- Ulcers, Venereal A toms, Worms ofall fections Tic-Douloureux, kinds, Weekness,Wc. CAtmort:—None are genuine unless the words ••11oLtoway, NEW YORK -AND LON- D ow," are discernible as a Water-mirk in every leaf of the book of directions •around each pot or box; the same maybe plainly seen by hold - log the leaf to the light. A handsome reward will be given to any one rendering such infor mation as may lead to the detection of any party or parties counterfeiting the medicines or vending the same, knowing them to be spu rious. Sold at the Manufactory of Professor Hot- LOWAY, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medi cine, throughout the civilized world, in boxes at 25 cents, 03 cents and $1 each. liZt-There is considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. N B.—Directions for the guidance`of patients in, every disorder are affixed to each box. [7-8 1860! Fourth Arrival of 1860 ! l'am FRU ao@Ds. NOW OPENING, ,a beautiful assortment of New Fall Goods, Voughl 'in New York and Philadelphia. CLOAKS, The newest fail styles: • The Arab, The Basque, The Walking Coat, The Full Beck, The Plain Back, The Cape Style s The Beaver Cloth, &c., &c. Cloaking Cloths of every kind. Dressgoods of every description, newest styles and just im ported in New York. SHAWLS. A beautiful assortment, and latest styles: Brocha Long Shawls, Scotch Long Blanket Shawls, French Long Blanket Shawls, Stella Shawls, embracing every color & quality, Coating, Cassimeres, and Vestings. We respectfully invite attention to our stock of Coatings, Cassimeres and Vestings, exceed ing in variety ,quality and cheapness, any goods in that line we ever offered. :Nuy. 3, 186,0. PLUMB do DYER, „ Fashionable Tailors-it Drapes Opposite A. Cassel's store. Market street, MARIETTA, PA. r jIHE 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. liinkle , s Drug Store, Market street. Having a fine stock of MAW, esaillehes & 3.)fitliflgS, which they will dispose of and "make nip" on reasonable terms. Being determined to give satisfaction, they would respectfully ask a con tinuation of past favors. Christian. Plumb, Nathan Dyer. ' lir Cutting done at short notice. Marietta,Sep. 10, 1859.-if JOB PRINTING. eying very recently added a large and fash ionable assortment e Types and Prinhng ma terials, which will enable to dmall kinds of PLAINAND FANCY PRINTING, Such as Cards, Ball Tickets, Circulars, Programmes, Blanks, Handbills, Posters, Sale - Bnis, &c. Everything in the Ton Pittman° line neatly and cheaply executed and at short notice. FRED'IC. L, BAKER, "The Weekly Marie' ttian" Office. • H. L. & E. .T. ZAHM REAPECTPULLY inform their S• friends and the public that the Y I still continue the WATCH, CLOCK .3 AND JEWELRY business at the old stEnd, North-west" Corner of North Queen street and Center SgtiarpiLancaster, Pa A full assortment of goods in our line of bust less always en hand and for sale at the knew t cash rates.- Rokreiriag attended to persona IV the propreetoia. ULP. II Y L. &XX.] (ED .c ars I I lIALDENEAN'S Cheap Cash Store.