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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1860
MARIETTA CAR TIME: The following, Is
the starting time for leaving "Upper-Station:"
Marietta Accommodation , at 7.50 a. m.
Harrisburg Accommodation, 2.21 p. m.
Mail Train, 6.26 p. in.
Live Stock with Emigrant attached, 10.10 p. m.
Harrisburg Accommodation, 6.26 p. m.
Expreis freight and Emigrant, 1.40 a. I n.
The Mail train East and Harrisburg Accom
modation West will pass at "Upper Station."
TURNPIKE OFFICERS: We neglected
tb . mention before now the names of 'the
newly elected officers of the several turn
pike roads leading from our b.orough,
We subjoin a list : '
Marietta and Lancaster : ' •
President, Henry. Musselufat,',
- Secretary and Treasurer, .N: Cassel,
Managers, Samuel Johnson,
James Myers, •
S. C. Hiestand,
Marietta and Mount Joy:
President, J. E. K.reybill.
Secretary and Treasurer, J. W. Clark.
Managers, Sem Brubaker,
A. S. Hackman, '
S. C. Hiestand,.
Jas. L. Shultz,
A. H. Musielman.
Marietta and Maytown :
President, John Hollinger, ,
Secretary and Treasurer 4. W. Clark.
Managers, Barr Spangler;
Henry M. Engle,
Henry Houseal; •
Geo. W. Mehaffey.
We find in our exchanges, the fol
lowing named gentlemen spoken of for
the United states Senate in place of Ex-
Governor BIGLER. MT, STEVENS, will,
unquestionably, receive a very large sup
port; his commanding abilities,—emi
nent and undoubted qualifications for the
position should command a majority of
THADDEUS STEVENS, Lancaster.-
Morrox MoMicHAF.L, rhiladelphia
A. H. REEDER, Northampton.
JAMES POLLOCK, Northumberland.
DAVID WILMOT, Bradford.
EDGAR COWAN, Westmoreland.
THOMAS WILLIAMS, Pittsburg.
JAS, K. MOREHEAD, Pittsburg. .
JAMES N r EECII, Fayette.
sr Mr. Stence, on Front street, has
just completed. some improvements to
his shoe store which makes' it look as
" neat as a new pin." Mr. George Good
man is enlarging the room adjoining his
confectionary for the purpose of a Bill
iard saloon, which, with Mr. Krater's
two at the St. John House, will make
three billiard tables for our boroogh.—
We are glad to see the spirit of improve
ment still going on in our midst.
The trial of Fransislstin and
Gilmore null, for kidnapping a colored
man named John Brown, some menthe
ago, took place at Lancaster last week.
They were convicted, and sentenced to
five years each in the prison of this coun
ty. Kendrick was found guilty of murder
in the second degree and Sentenced to
eleven years and six months imprison
ment in the Eastern Penitentiary/
gir At a recent meeting of the stock
holders of the Mount Joy Bank, the fol
lowing officers were elected for the en
suing year : Abraham Shelly, Jacob
Reiff, John G. Hoerner, Samuel Patter
eon, H. Shaffner, Benjamin Grosh, Wm.
McDannel,C hristian Grabs, David Zook,
Jacob Übrich, Jet* Jecob
Foreman and Henry Hiestand.
trThe following gentleman compose
the new board of the. Columbia Bank :
Dr. Barton Evans, Themes Lloyd, Wm.
McConkey, George Bogle; Henry John,
B. F. Hiestand, Joseph IL Black, A. H.
Glatz, Samuel Truscott,..Budolph Willi
ams, Michael H. Moore, .David Wilson,
er Mr. Congdon has been appointed
Agent for the Cosmopolitan .Art Asso
ciation of this borough, in place of Mr.
D. Benjamin, resigned. See adver
'sr Rev. A. B. Groh; lectured., on,
Thanksgiving evening, before the Mari
etta Literliri Society, in the High School
INF Kr...Congdon has! opened . a Law
office in our borough. See card in an
other column. •
lar An unknown cripple went into an
eating hoist) in Rochester
truck one night
the net :
week, and while at supper, s
gro girl who waited on him, for some trif
linetffence. When the girl went to get
an odder to arrest him, he secreted him
self ins et, and when the police came
he was deltd.
gir A B tokinridge sontempory says
that Joe L e will resign his Senator
ship rathe p
than represent a state which
has acted IQ as Oregon has.—
We 'have rkedOribt that the ,Oregonians
would adadribthe old MEWS resignation'
JEALOUS DANCERS.-A_ French and a
Spanish creole dancer both appeared on
the stage together in Melbourne, Aus
tralia, some time since, when the creole
drew thunders of applause, in the preju
dice of the Parisian. The Parisian fell
to the floor in distress, was enraged and
the two fell upon each other, tore hair
and scratched until the poor creole was
carried bleeding and senseless from the
stage. Then there was a row, iu which
the instruments in the orchestra were
broken and other damage done, while the
ladies screamed and fainted.
"GET THE GLASS Erse."—A one-eyed
man at Chicago, whose empty socket
had been fitted with a glass orb to make
him look well on his marriage day, was
so highly pleased that he straightway
got drunk and returned to the oculist
with five one-eyed companions for similar
~payment for the
whole. The lucky operator told the
party to wait till they bicame sober, and
so lost the trade ; for when he became
sober the marrying swain preferred to
stand treat on red-eye rather than glass
air A young lady, residing at New
burgh, on the line of the Baltimore and
Ohio railroad, having been disappointed
in a love affair, left the house a few
nights since, went to the railroad track,
and having thrown her clothes over her
head, deliberately laid her neck upon one
of the rails, and remained there until a
train ran over her, killing her instantly.
A. physician in Cincinnati, Ohio,
had, for some time past, been much an
noyed by depredators, who drank up the
milk left at his doorstep at an early hour.
One'day last week he left an emetic in
the pitcher, and soon after the milkman
had passed; the doctor found a police
man in a neighboring alley "making his
. eir Messrs. Corcoran & Riggs, the
largest banking firm south of Mason and
Dixon's line, predict that business oper
ations will return to their even tenor in
less than sixty days, when the South
shall return to its senses and behold its
prostrate business interests.
Cr Capt. John S. West, a friend and
companion-in-arms of Gen. Walker, the
fillibuster, has gone to Trusillo to ob
tain his remains for burial at Nashville,
Tenn., the home of.his father.
S• S. RAT HVON, -
' 1 [SUCCESSOR TO F. J. KRAIRRIA.]
Draper and Clothier, Corner of North
Queen and Orange Streets,
, LANCASTER, PA.
AA VAILS himself of this opportUbity of an
houncing to the citizens of Marietta and
Vicinity, and his friends and the public in gen
eral, that he has taken the old stand of the late
F.J. Kramph, where he has been employed
for the last ten years, and intends continuing
the Merchant Tailoring Clething business in all
lits various branches, and hopes that a
course of strict fidelity to his patrons may
merit a reasonable share of their confi
dence and support. -In addition to a complete
Stock of Clothing and
Gentlemens - Furnishing Goods,
He will constantly endeavor to provide a good
assortment of French, German and American
Clothe, Cassimeres and Vestings,
which will be promptly made to order in a sub
stantial and fashionable manner, or according
to such styles as to his patrons may be most
desirable. The Foreign and American Fall
and Winter Fashions received, in addition to
the monthly reports which come to hand regu
larly throughout the year.
The agency for the order on sale of James
W. Scott's (formerly Winchester & Scott's)
celebrated Patent Shoulder-seam Shirts still
continued and properly attended to.
S. S. B. would be doing violence to his own
feelings and to the just deserts of his friends in
Marietta, were he here to omit returning his
sincere thanks for the many acts of kindness
they have extended towards him during.a long
series of years, and hopes his future efforts
may not render him unworthy a continuance
of the same. [v7-lx
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 the 31st day of March 1-60.
The Bank to be called Bank of Marietta to
be located in the borough of Marietta and Coun
ty of Lancaster, to consist of a Capital Stock
of One Hundred Thomand Dollars in Shares of
Fifty Dollars each, and it is contemplated to
increase the Capital Stock to the amount of
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars.
James L. Shultz,' Henry Musselman,
: John Kline, John Miller,
John W. Clark, S. F. Eagle,
Aaron Gable, Doc. J. H. Grove,
James Mehaffey, B. F. Hiestand,
John Becker, Sam , l Patterson,
John R. Ditfenbach, David Harry,
Thomas Zell, A. N. Cassel.
Barr Spangler, [lB-6m
OliZetzcllei &lack af Meu,. aiLs!
OPENING THIS DAY—a magnificent as
sartokent of NEW and GENUINE
Fitch Ma en,
in all the prevailing styl.
COLUMBIA, Nov. 24
't direct from-New
varieties can be found
Hplland Pippins, Winter Greenings,
Orange Pippins, , Rh
Baldvrins, Tallman's Sweets.
Northern Spy, All No. One Apples.
FOR SALE CHEAP AT WOLFE'S.
Estate of Jacob Grosh, Deceased,
LF.TTERS of Administration, with the Will
annexed, having been granted to the un
dersigned, they therefore notify all indebted to
said Its - tate to make immediate payment; and
all who have claims against the same, to pre
sent them for settlement, A to
. B. GROSH,
C. C. P. GROSH,
Administrators with the Will annexed.
Marietta, NON. Ps ISQP -6 .t., •
' es and at very low prices
''S CHEAP CASH STORE
e receiving nor Winter
ork City. Among ihz
Late of Marietta.
qq q q q
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Under the auspices of this popular Institu
tion, over three hundred thousand homes have
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Subscriptions are now being received in a
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Subscriptions received and forwarded by
JAMES D. CONGDON,
Agent for Marietta and vicinity, where speci
men Engravings and Art Journal can be seen.
J. R. HOFFER,
Civil Engineer, Surveyor, Conveyancr
Main-st., Mountioy, Lancaster Co:, Pa
A LL kinds of land surveying and dividing
1-klevelling of water courses, roads, &c. Ac
curate and neat plain and ornamental Mapping
and draughting of town plans, large landau es
tates, &c. Mechanics', Quarrelers' and Earth
work measured and estimated. Deeds, Relea
see, Powers of attorney and other legal instill
meats neatly and accurately drawn. Execu
tors', Administrators', Assignees' and Guar
dians accounts stated.
;Er He is also Agent for the sale of the
Ridgeway. Farm and Land Company's Lands
in Elk County, Pa. Communications by layer
promptly attended to.
PLATED WARE: 'A Large and fine stock
of Plated ware at H. L. & E. J. Zama's,
Corner of North queen street & Center Square,
Lancaster, Pa. Tea Setts, in variety, Coffee
Urns. Pitchers, Goblets, Salt Stands, Cala
Baskets, Card Baskets, Spoons, Forks, ,Knives,
Casters, Ste., &c., at manufacturers prices.
RretAxirm attended to at moderate rates
ATj_ ORE . NEW GOODS! The subscriber
hav,lng'iust returned froin 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 DIFTENBACIVS.
- 111 RIME GROCERIES:Rio, Java and
Laguira Coffee; Crushed, Pulverized and
Blown Sugar; Superior Green and Black Tea;
Rice, Cheese and Spices; Snup and prime ba
king Molasses; Excellent Pimirl Barley at
R INN ELS Glycerine
Frangipani E. tract,
Genuine keystone Sa. nafier.
New Books, Music &c
Blairs & Coxes Gelatin.
Blair's Pure Chocolate
and an assortment of Soaps,
ust received at DR. HINE
SPECTACLES to suit al
can be aided with gi
can be bought at H. L.
ner of North Queen-at.,
Lancaster. New glasses ri!
at short notice.
TAR. J. Z. HOFFER,:
OF TFIE BALTIMORE I'
SURGERY, LATE OF Hail
OFFICE: Front street, f.
from Locust, over Saylor
alds Book Store. Colum
ween the Drug and Book
DANIEL G. BAKER,
OFFICE :--No. 24 No
opposite the Court Hous:
tend to the practice of . •
A TTENTIONI How: -eepers. Anderson
has just received Ap les, OrangeS, Lem
ons, Figs, Dates, Pruens, itron, Resins, Cur
rants, &c., &c., Fresh -atd fine—cheap, , and
cheaper than the cheape at Anderson's.
AGENF,II A L ASSO • FMENT OF 0
Hammered and Ro , ed Iron, H.
S. Bars, Norway, Nail ids, American
and German Spring an Cast Steel, Wagon
Boxes, Iron Axles, Sprt s &c.. for smiths. -
ST IiRETT 4 CO.
SUPtRIOR COO t:
style, each one wa'
arm to the entire satis
purchaser. STER ti
fith B . I :;:ruish
IO LA is: )LORDS!
and Irish W H I '
ted pure, at H. D. Benj
DA G ATELL E:—
Tab I e for sale cheap
- EI A XCELLENT Cools
always on hand a
SHELS of good po-
TWO HUNDRED B
tatoes for sale at
W OOD'S Hair R e st
T RIED FRUIT no.
SPANGLEIR & PATT,ERSOIV,
go. 66:1; Mdrket-st., Marietta, Pa
RE now supplied with a genera
ASSORTMENT OF FALL & WINTER GOODS,
and everything desirable in their line.
.-N - EN AND BOY'S WEAR. ,
Superior Silk Velvet, Grenadine and Vireolen
Vestings, French Silk-mixed Doeskin and
Plain Cassimeres, Cloths of all grades,
for. Coats, Over-coats and
Business suits,. Union. Cassimeres, Sattilietts,
Plaid and Plain Jeans, Lamb's-wool, ilk.
and Cotton Shirts and DraWers,.Gloves,
Wool ana cotton Hosiery, Suspenders,
Cravats, li'eck-ties„Shirt,breasts and
collars, Boy's and Men's Shawls,
Cricket Janke ts , children's, .
youth's and men's Cap and Soft Hats.
Black Bayadare and Fancy Plaid Silks, ,
Figured and plain Merinoes, in all colors, •
French Wool DeLames, in beautiful.desigus,
Manchester and Pacific Cashmeres and
Laines„. Rep Nepolitana, Mourning Tidbit , '
Cloths, Coburgs„ Bombazin'ee, Alpacas,
English and Atiditcan 44,Chint4 1
Ginghams, J3oque. ant' other new l style Prints,
Rich Plaids and neat fig , .d,,Metinos for misses.
Stella and Merino bordered, Bonella, Ombray
Jacquard,, superior Gay and Plaln 4 and-S
. Quarters Heavy Shawls,,a variety of,
Children's Shawls, Opera Caps,.
, Zephyr Shawls and Capes.
.CLOAKS!. CLOAKSH. •
. - - -
Cloth , Telltale and Dusters, several styles of
, both, for claoks and .talmas, Sacking. and
Skirting Flannels, Beayer Kid and .Kid-silk
Gloves and Gauntletts, EAroidered Sleeves,
and collars„,Chenele, Braid and Bead, Head
Nets, Diamond,RUllling of all,Avidthe,, slip(
the new, styles of dress trimming, Split, Ze
phyr. Shetland Wool, Crochet Braid, &e., &c.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
White and Grey linen and cotton table cloths,
Cotton Diaper and crash Toweling, Sheeting,
Checks and -Ticking, Cradle, Crib and Bed
Blankets, Marseilles Quilts and Counterpanes,
Bureau Covers, Embossed Table Covers-,r4, 6
and 16 quarters Floor Oil CMOs, Prime Live
picked Feathers. . CARPETS. 40 pieces. of
Carpet in various qualities, from common to
medium and Extra Three. Ply.
DECORATIVE PAPER.. ,
As full an assortment as can be found in the
county, of the choicest Gilt, Glazed and com
mon Wall, Paper for Parlors, Chambers, }3a:lo,
Offices, &c., with Pannels,Columns& Borders.
..„Best Reigned White and ~Brown
Sugars; .ChozceGreematulDlaek Teas;
. .,...extra Fine Orleans Molasses, •
• , Loveripg and. other, Syrups;
Rio, Java and Lag,uira COFFEES;
Toproca and Corn Starch'; Split Peas; Soup
Beans; Cheese; Rice and Spices; new Dried
Peaches and Apples ; Mackerel ) It egg:2 ?
Shad and Herring, all of 'which
have been bought FOR CASH, and will be sold
at a very small advance on coSt. prices. _ coil
and make your purchases or 'send in your'gr
ders, early. - " •
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WINES & LIQUORS
, H. D. BENTAIIIIN,
Wine 6- Liquor Dealer,' Picot Baildidfr,
Frorit Street, kaitietta, I-'a. . .
T..Gs leave to informthe public thath e B will eartinue the WINE & LIQIIOIt busi-,
ness, in all its branches. Ile will constantly
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch
Whiskey, Cordials,% Bitters, 6-e.,
Benjamin's justly celebrated ROSE WHIS
KEY always on hand.
A very superior OLD RYE WHISKEY
ust received, which is 'warranted pure. '
All H. D. B. now asks, of the public,
is a'careful examination of 'his stock and,pri
ces. which will, he is confident, result in Ho;
tel keepers and others'finding it to their ad
vantage to make their purchases from 1 im.,
Iron, Masters look to your 'lnterests 1
THE lIVIPROYED BLACK HAWK
CAST IRON ORE WASHER,
MANUFACTURED AND COLD BY
O BRYAN & HOPKINS,
Marietta, Lancaster County, Pd.
The Undersigned will constan+ly keep on
hand and make :to coder at rshort notice the,
above celebraMd machine, the best in the Uni
ted States! They will warrant their Machines
to run lighter, last longer and wash dr Mier and:
with less water than any other machine now,
in use. They can be easily put together on the
bank. All orders addressed to .
undersigned will meet with prompt attention,
fIZ' They are also prepared to sellindivida
al, County and State Righti.
October 13, 1860: v7-nol Iy
.ew pertumery, &c.
. J. ZAHM'S, Coy-
Lnd Center Square,
fitted in .old frames,
FASHIONABLE BOOT k SHOE
MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN
)I.LEGE Or DENTAL
ia. Entrance be
Would most respectfully
. inform the citizens
of this Borough and 'neighborhood that he has
the largest assortment of City made work in
his line of business in this Borough, and be
ing a practical BOOT AND SROE.
himself,is enablea'to select with more judgment
than those who are not. - He,eontinuesimnfal:-
ufacture in the very best manner everything
in the BOOT AND SHOE LINE,-which he
will warrant for neatness and good fit.
V.:7-Call and examine his stock before pur
'TH DUKE STREET,
where he will at
profession' itt all its
Maw. 4, ,59.-ly
THE American Wittcnes are among the beet
timekeepers now in use, ,and for durability
strength and simplicity far surpass any other ,
watch made in the world.
H. L. If: E. J. Z A Hilt
Corner of North Queen-st., arid Centre Squire
Lancaster,, Pa. - , have them for 'sale at the very
,lowest -rates—every watch aecolnpanied . With'
the manufacturers guarrantee to' ensUre its gen
ction of the
ETT & CO.
eENVELRY.—A large and selected stock of
fine jewelry of the latest patterns from the
best factories in the country can be found at.,
• H. L. & ZAHM'S.
Cor. North Queen st. and Centre Square, Lan
caster, Pa. Our prices are moderate and all
goods warranted to be as represented.
t➢oes, Wagon Bows,
fRRETT ty CO.
.I . ust received, Scotch
General Assortment of all kinds of
BUILDING HAnnwAnz, Lochs,
- .2. Hinges, Screws, Bolts, Cellar Grates,
Paints, Oils, Glass and POtty, very cheap.
STERRETT & CO.
n excellent Bagatelle
inquire at this office.
, C NEW. BRASS
K S—Good Time
• Keepers, for One Dollar.,
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry carefully re
paired and charges moderate, at WOLFE'S.
g and Eating Apples
CLOTHS AND CASSINIERS.—A very sil
nerior selection of French And..,Dernaan
Cloths, and Cassitaers, and a vapety-of.beauti
ful Vestings a: . new and fashibnable lot; just
arrived at .13iffenbach , s Cheap :Store.
OvE & ROTH'S
selling cheap at
THE ABIERIMI\I WATL
MARK THESE FACTS !
THE TESTIMONY of the WHOLE WORLD.
Bad' Ligs Bad Erthsts Sores and Ulders
All. description of sores are remediable by the
piper and diligent use of this inestimable
preparatiOn. To attempt to cure bad-legs by
plastering the, edges of the. Wound together is a
folly ; , for should the skin unite, a boggy dis
eased;e6hditiod4freniaini underneath Itoibreak
out with tenfobilury to alelsdays. The only
ratiptap.l e and successful.treatment), as indicated
bY nature, is to reduce the ifilliimmathin idad4
abodt the wbund arid tcfsoothe the neiglabarbig
parts by rubbing in:Plenty of the . Ointment as
salt is forced into meat.
- 4 ,
Diptlteria,jlkerated gore 7 4 hropt, and
Sc oat . ir,Fevers'.•
Any of the above diseasea may be cured by
well rubbing the Ointment three tithe; a day
into. the chest; throat-and neck of the . patient;
it will soon Onetrate, andgii , e'iminediate re
lief. Medicine taken by the iri:chitkuitiSt bper
ate Upon the whole system ere itiindieettee'can
be felt in any local part, .whereat the Oint
mentwilidd its ork;atoficb, Whoever tries
tbe unguenfin tt e,abov!e manner for the. dis
eases flamed, - or ariY sin:afar disordeis Effeeting
the chest and throla, will find: themselvesrre
lieveiras by a charm.
Piles, Pistulus, Strictures
The above class of complaints will beremoved
by nightly fomenting the parts_' with warm
water, and then by mast edectually,rubbing in
the Ointtriebt. Persons' Suffering frond'thEie,
direful complaints should lase not , a moment in
'arresting their progress 'lt should be, uuder
stood that it is not sufficient merely to stnear
tlie•Oilitnient on the affected parts, Mit'it Must
be WelPrubbed in for 95rne considerable, time
two of three tinier a day; that it:may be tatter(
into the syStenr, Whence 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
Ointinent, will do great lerVice. This is the
only sure treatment for , female, eases of cancel
in the stomach, or Where there`nrly be a gen
eral bearing down.
Intliscretionrof Youth; Sores and Ulcers.
- Blotches, as also swellings; 'Can eat:
tainty,. be radically' cured' if the Ointii be g
used freely, and the Pills be taken•night and
morning' as recommended in the printed in
structions._ When treated in any.. other way
they only dry-up in one place.tolireak out in
another; , whereas thissointinent will remove
the humour from the system,and leave thkpa
tient a vigorous, slid' healthy 'lt Will
require time with the use of the Pills to ensure,
a lasting cure. • • • " -
Dropsical SzvolliAgs,,Paralpis ond,4"tiff
• Although the above complaints differ Widely ,
iu their origin and-nature, yet they alFrotture:
local treatment:- Many of the worstscaSes;i Of
such diseases, will -yield =ln a comparatively
short aph:ce of time-when thiinintitientis dili
gentlrrubbed into the parts affected, eveniafter
every other means haire.failed: , In. alnlerious . :
maladies the Pills should be taken according
to:the 'printed 'directiond ,, accompanying-each
Both'th'e Ointment and Pills should be used`
in, t_ folloitnng cases :
Bad Legs, ' Chiego-foot, , Fiatulas, .
Bad Breasts,. Chilblains, . Gout,
Bums, Chapped IlandS,Gla,ndUlar , -,-
Bunions, _Corns (Soft) Scbellingse
Bite of Mos- Cancers,- :Lumbago ) ,
chetoes and . , Contracted, and, Piles,- . "-
Stiff ;pints, Aheßmatiqml .
Ceco bay, , Elephantiasis, Scalds,
Skin ,Diseases, Scurvy, ,Bore
Tumors, Ulcers, , .Bore-throates, ,
` ; YawS . ,. Sore-heads.
CAI3:,I3IONI—None are;' geninne unless the ,
words "..EtOr.cowAy, New YORK AND
DOR," are discernable as a Water-mork.,, in
every leaf of the bobk of directions, around
each pot or box ; the same. may 'l4e, plainly.
seen.by,hOiding tke tee/ to.the light.. A. handl!'
some reward will be given to any onerendering
'such informatiOn as;may lead to the detection
'of. any Tally. or.pp.rties counterfeiting themed
.icines or vending the same, knowing them to
be spurious. -
Sold at tbe Manufactory of Professor HOL
LOWAY, SO Maiden Lane, New York and by
all respectable Droggists and Dealers in Medi
cine throughout the civilized-world, in -pots, at
2.5 c. 62c. and $1 each. ,
D'Ettere,is a considerable, sAvhig, by,-.,taking
the larger sizes.
.N. B.Directions for the Tuddance of psi
Beats, in every disorder, are affixed to each box. 3
• (roßmgrA,ir te,thz AciEL.)
No. 227 North Third Street, Phila,
THIS house is situated in the most.business,
1. part of the city, has one hundred and thirty
rooms;, large .Parlorsand every room , is newly
furnished and, is, considered ,one of .the finest
Hotels of its class in Philadelphia itfias erect
ed a large.observatory where persons can have
a fine view Oahe City, Delaware
it is , also. supplied with , hat and :told .. viatet,
Bathes; which 'will , b,e.freeiof .chruge , for. the
guests of the House ; OitY Cara will take You,
to the Revere House. :Our charp.is , moder
ate, $4.25, per:- day; persons visiting- the City
will please come-and try the Revere-House and '
we pledge ourselves that we willieriddivor 'to
use contest effolte to make it apPeailike home.
CHARLES J. FABER, of Reading, will- have
charge ,of the Office. 't G. W.-HINKLE,
formerly of the States Union Hotel and latterly
of the -United -States - Hotel, Atlantic City, N.
J.,.PROPRIETOR4 • -
THE MATZ- FERRY.
undersigted having leased the abOVe.
I, named old establkhed.Perry and Hotel; in_
. HeilaM Township, York county, opposite-the
, boroogh of, IVlarietta, Where he is prepared , to
entertain the-public-at his-bar and table with'
the best the market affords. :. He Would verxt
respectfulli,inform the traveling public that
having obtained •
''CL - ASS' • PERRY BOATS,
and, efficient ferrymen, and issmw-fully prepa r
- red'to accommodate persons wAing to .crosi
'the'Susvehanua 'With Vehicles_pr otherwise.
witliont deliCyot detention. , iTQAN.,NOEL.
October 1, 1869. iy
'Marietta,' Lancaster :,,--
110,11 AS CIIILD, AGT; has zonstantlY
on hand, or Manufactured-.to. Oder; all
kinds. of, SASH, DOORS, B4llVA.S;Muttersi
.4.11:44derp addressed to Itlzhiark,F f . rf
Houxiik .Co„, for, any al' the above articles ' mt. ,
for J3ill Stuff,-Titaber-Girders, Lath; -Pielrdttri :
_Pales,, Shingling Lath, Floor. Boards, Weattibl .
Boarding, White Pine Shingles; or Lumber will
always meet.ith prompt attention, and be:sup -
pliedku, as , :favorable terms as from any other
*astablistrment in the country.
A 1(0fral disco:l.o4 off for cash`
Commission Lumber Merchant,
West Falls Avenue, Baltzmore .3(d.
O ESPECTFULLY offers his, services for the
ptsale of IL.ust ss s •of - ei7ely description
Fromthis knowledge ofthe- business he feet.
confident"of :being able to obtain the highest'
market rates for ill cera t aignmerits entrusted to
histare. ' '
SUM DROPS : Stewart's New-York Gum
Drops, 8 varieties, at Wolfe's'.
T R. A '-bran=ttafraiita
g,enUine. Benjamin 4 , Co.
~...gsesk „gall Sr -ads,
JUST RECEIVED BY
ritEr " .EIBACIL
6VIVIAnIct-r STREET . , IVrARItrTA
TS noir" placing - on.his shelves and ready for
i exa.".nsi,nv. :ion and:sale, the largest and' best
selected sfait ofFALL AND WINTER GOODS
ever "offerelin this :Wrong*, to whichle now
invites the attention : of the-publie.-
New Styles Press Goods,
Superior makes of Silks,.
A large : assortment of Calicos;
txtraquality Muslin; all prieesi
Best., make of Flannels, do
, . Marge stock of Shawl;
Pain and Barred Sack'd Flannels:
Ptirahise e invited to examine otirstock,
as we are co dent We can show them the best
styles at the west. prices; IA connection with•
the largest MO "of domestic goods:-
"Satinetts and, a• -simeres,
Bleached and , x , bieatlfed Itualins:.
*Delaines, Calle. , !4 - Gitightttnk
Drillings, Sheeti land' Checks;
:Pant Stuff, Hick: and -Tieking,s,-
-Bea malreaof . Cantii= Flannels,-
Splendid Calicos fo ` cantit,-
Good quality Musli six cents,
Plain:and Figured' D 'fiis, In cents;
Heaviy Unbleached Mudins, stx cents.
aim, KINDS OF .HOUSkrUiLVISMED Opens:-
Linen and Woolen Nide c.bvers.
Plain,' Orhamental and ORWiltdow Blinds.
2 and Patent Fi 9,
Wall Papers,• Carpets, Flock Oil Cloths.
Wa Windoui e7, -
Glass, Queeintwate and Cedahvare.
Gaiters, FliMers, Boots; Slinea, Brogans; &c.
11::P• Very swiefiar Syrup at Y. t cents a gallon:
All kinds of .T;iVicors icikolesAle or retail
it 3.' A LARGE rrotqc OF O 8 AF GROCERIES'.
Rio Coffee at. 15 .cents, and:other goods at cor- -
respondittgly tow rato.
The Irighest price gitten for Country produce.-
J. W. DIFFENBACH.
11 4 PHOTOOTiIIik GALLERY,
No. 724 'ST/ItET PIIILAVELPItIA.
One of the latest a:en:oast ctimglete Galleriet
in the United StateS'; Wheretlie best Pic
tures, knoWn to the Phototiaphß. arf,
-) at prices no higher than aie
for miserable caricatures.
The Proprietor, a practical Photograplier, af
tendt personal', eVerf sitting—and allows net
picture to leave the gallery Unless it givespeir
Daguerreotypet and' Amb'rdtypes df agi t
or deceased friends, photographed th any
siredsize, &Halted on Canvass, life size, . and
painted irPOittirthe'best Aides.
1. At this Gallery pilules can it takenTii any
weather-.-as perfect in clotitly days ase m it
the sun shine
Pertons visiting the city are respectfully in
vited to examine otir spechnens, Which for
price and=Stiality cleft edmpetition. .
4 " - ''
. .liz.lnstrtictions giveh in the art of oto
raphy . .. , . - ' R. NE 11,,,
.4c LiGalletrof Art, 724" . Arch St., .111 iidelphia.,
From Hon„'Leuet. — s D..Tantp&ell, .v... C., Ohio,
'My family and - friends all con in the opin
ion that the (NeWelll'lndiute is `ore life-like
than-anything they - , ever ea*: Wy likeness
hus been repeatedly' taken by artists in various
ways, but I. have never yet had .ofie Which pre: ,
sents so true to nature, all the , .featres and ex
pressions of conntenanee;-as 'this. . 1 •
; From Hon, '141,!•loy. .111cirris; late Minister - td
Italy. • •, , ..i , •
The exciulhitefitilshr , Veailti a n deftness of
your-portraits, conjoined With th ' dutalnlit,
oicolor end faithfulnesa aa• - liken 'es,.Canrlot
fail to •commend thenoo,the attettion and pa
of ' who -appreciate t 'art.
, -- Pr* cob4iviles,P e
: Having accasion - for a •
,'pOrtrait, I- procured .
one one frdin. s .Mr. Robert Nmil, of • city of
P h iladelphia, rainiagerejn Oil . rs, under
the new process, discavered by..hi , and take
great pleasure in expreasingthe satisfaction giv. ,
en riae, not only by theaccuracy of fhelikeneas t
birt its artistic finish in alLrespects,lnd'recons-
Mend bun to the patronage, these posed to
ehdourage the balligul art '' ~A
• ,•- -JMES' Oki: •
' 1q0"7. 24, 1860 - -I Y] , - -:'''.
18601 Fourth ArTival of *0 r
OWid OPENIN.Q, a, beautiful assortnient
of New Fall , G . oodai bought in *if
rli 'and I:ladelphia.
.. ~ CLOAKS-; it
The •newest fall, styles': . ' a
; The Arab, • •
..: The Basquei - . '. - • • '
•••ii.l The Walking Cciat4 I
The Full Baekv ,•-• •
.. . The Thihr.Backt ..
• The Capcistr - di , •
-„,.• , • : Thh Beaver eldths tics.4.b.,Ate.
Cloaking Cloths of every land. . areas goods cif
ev,ery -desorintionp newest! stylita 'and jilat lin=
ported in,,New, York. , . , ••• . ' •• •• ..-
. • .• •-- ' SHAyiII.S:
A beautiful aisortinlint,.arid,latest ablest di,
Bo 3 dhlt 1 -Oilg ' SVott 4 s, '
Scotch Dptg,Elliriket,Slitawlei , 'A,
- French" Long Blanket giiaty,ls . .,„ i ' -:
• Stellia•Shawls; eta biacing every cola&
quality. ~ . .. , . . • ik
Coating, • t'assinzbeg i and Veatiratir.
We, respectfully invite attention .te, oudatoCk
of Coallngs, C.assimereeiendAVestings, exceed- ,
tag in imariet3 Atitility Ansi cheariness,Aftylgtiode
in,thiat,line we ; evert offered.... .. • (4t - .'
Cheap Casir , Stora: '
isiov. 3, 184
. • - . .• - • . . ,
.; ., t . ..P.A.LM:t •1k..00
ey - Market , .Siftet , Willi ' 'I P Ail f _
.E.M.rE BILN - 1.9. 4t RR AND :VISIONet
' flare constantly on hand an ass . of
. DRIED 4 , PICKLE.D. FISHi - t".,
Viz,;: ,Ma.ckerel,.Shadi Salmon,l4le Flan,
Herrings,- Cirdfishi. 'Beef, - Por4.,
Shoulders; -Hams, Sides, 'nil
, . Rice, &c., &d., &c. A ,
Sept. 29 , 3m.] `
EQUAL or REPPLARTIMEtVgpmks i
. cini iid had of H. L. &:E...t.ViiSt, CM.
North Queen-A., and Center Sqlialfs, Landis
ter, Pa., itt•the shape of Eqiiililiriull , ..terets--
the best article of Swiss levets now MI& Mar
ket. They are lower in pride than any Watch
of equal quttlitp and just as true for Ineketiping
WEET CIDER b,r the
,Quart, , .
New-Yqrk White Hominy,
Chtstriutsj - Ndw. .FTigs; citron,
New trop' Raisins
Currants, ' ' . ... ,'
Wince Meat; Fresh Candies, tre e Nuts
Lemons, Apples, and niferythipittp the eating
or cooking line to be bad A .= °LEE'S. •
TALL PAPP.R . S. , —*.e. . gybe justreceived
' VI .
manufactories.' another supply.. fyom e New York mad
Philadlphia . Purchase's can
rely upon the newest sty - whieh will ba
sold triudually low at J. R. iffeubach'a.
. • •
.50• BARREL S 5 , 1" o , • Nebel& Whiskey
, • which' will be at the lowest
market rates by the'barrel fon.
OAL OIL LAMPS: Jusgreeniied nett
'l,) and large-assortmenteott
§oiltanips , —tsup'eriot to hutting now in rise,
- and cheaper than they etin , bkbonght
j AMPS,! .. LAMPS! SHAIiIF I S,- . & The
I I undersigned has-received` they` lot of
; Fluid. and Coal Oil Lamps, and 'mp Shades
of every variety and price. d see them
at Dr Ilinkle'frsDrug Store.
EGARS and Chewing Tobacco. 4 , large.
ij sod:goad variety at 3: M.-Ando •
Q u.pg.Ricut qoAL OIL-25 cents t quart
af ditovE. & ROTH'S.,
TRENCH. AIUSTARDein pbtaltt.
OTATIONAIt . Y—the largest-assortment
: townat Grove St Roth's.
BOHLEN'S long celebrated GIN,