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Impartial--but not Neutral."
SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1861
THE QUESTION OF FORT SUMPTER : The
well informed Washington correspon
dent of the North American, says that
all speculation in regard to the with
drawal of the troops from Fort Sumpter
May cease, for when the council of mili
tary officers, headed by Gen. Scott, de
cided that reinforcements could not be
sent, the question was morally deter
mined, and nothing but the formalities
remained to bo executed. The orders
may be issued one day or another, but
that involves merely a point of time, and
does not effect the real case in any way
whatever. And so far as collecting the
revenue at Charleston is concerned, it
cannot be done without an extra session
of Congress, for no means have been
provided by which the President may
enforce the laws as they stand, or exert
any authority beyond what exists. No
Administration ever commenced its ca
reer under such difficulties, and the ne
cessity for the presence sof Congress be
comes more apparent and imposing eve
ry day, unless Mr. Jefferson Davis and
his followers should pursue a course
wholly different from what is now ex
pected. The revenue question cannot
long be deferred, even with every dispo
sition to avoid collisian and to postpone
a direct issue. It must come sooner or
later, and while Mr. Chase will doubt
less exert every influence to promote
conciliation, he cannot omit the duty
which confronted him the first moment
he entered the Treasury. There it
stands, and it must be performed. It
admits of no escape or retreat.
IMPORTANT TO INVENTORS,—The patent
law provides that all patents hereafter
granted shall be in force seventeen years
from the date of issue, and their exten
sion is prohibited. It authorizes the
compulsory attendance of witnesses in
litigated cases; enlarges the right. to
patent designs in moulding, casting, elec
trotyping, &c., enables the commissioner
to dispose of rejected models, and to dis
pense with models when the design can
be r'resented by a drawing, and dis
criminates between the inhabitants of
the United States and those of other
countries. It also requires labels on
patented articles, and cuts off all patents
not prosecuted within two years
SUICIDE AT .CARLISLE BARRACKS ,
soldier at Carlisle Barracks, named Jno
Rich, cut his throat on Tuesday morning
last with a razor, and was found dead,
His bunk mate stated that Rich for some
days appeared melancholy, the effect, he
thought, of some family trouble, but had
not given any intimation that he intend
ed to kill himself. He had served a pre
vious enlistment of five years, and, it is
said. the day before the occurrence he
handed over to his bunk-mate about $lOO
in gold, to be sent to his grandfather,
Jas. Thompson, of New York.
THE MISSION TO SPAlN.—William Cul
len Bryant, of New York, thus writes in
the Evening Post : "Some of the Wash
iogiton correspondents of the daily pa
pers speak of Mr. Bryant as a competi
tor for the post of Minister to Spain.—
It is but jest to him to say that there is
not the least ground for making the use
of his name, that he is not a suitor for
any office in the gift of the Federal Ad
ministration and is as far from expect
ing any as from asking it.
At a large dinner party given in
Washington City a few evening since,
Wigfall essayed to make a speech, and
alluded to Mr. Breckinridge's defeat for
President in a rather unparliamentary
manner. His only excuse was his con
dition, and Mr. Breckinridge wittily re
plied that his defeat was no special won
der when he came to look at his suppor
ters. Wigfall collapsed.
d President Lincoln has a very ag
gravating way of dealing with the office
seekers by whom he is daily beset. He
refuses to grant* any private interviews
bat insists upon receiving all verbal com
munications in the presence of third
parties. By this means he undoubtedly
escapes much pertinacious annoyance.
ogrA young German, who has been
driving stage in El Dorado county, Cal
ifornia, recently received news of the
death of an uncle in Germany, and the
heritage of property of the value of $20,-
000, and $2,000 per annum in cash be
eir Briogham Younqr.is said to be a
lean man, but it would'ut be so easy to
ouut his ribs.
GOOD FOR TILE SONS OF MALTA.—The
Sons of Malta, in New Orleans, have
given evidence, that although they may
like the treason that their section profits
by, they despies the traitor. Witness
the following communication which has
been received by Miane ba-ha Lodge, of
CHARITY LODGE, I. 0. S. M.
NEW ORLEANS, Feb'y 25, 1861.
Grand Commander; Minne-ha-ha Lodge,
1. O. S. M., Philadeiphia : I beg leave
to notify your Lodge, that at a meeting
held last evening, at the Grand Com
man dry, in this city, General Twiggs, of
the U. S. A., was expelled from the Or
der unanimously. His name is now in
scribed with "0. S. A." Notify all the
brethren in your circle to shun him.
A NEW Bnoom.—Some admirers of
President Lincoln have sent him from
Cincinnati a new broom, wherewith to
sweep clean the corrupt departments.—
"It is highly ornamented and of mammoth
size, the straw being fully a yard .in
length, the same width at the end and
about eight inches thick. The handle
is about four inches in diameter, and is
embellished with the inscription, "Pre
sented to Hon. Abraham Lincoln, Pres
ident of the United States, March 4,
IS6I. Liberty and Union, one and in
separable," in handsome gilt letters. On
each end of the handle is painted the
stars and stripes of the Union.
ELOPENIHNT.-A man named Jacob
Smith, of Conemaugh township, Somer
set county, Pa., left for parts unknown,
on the 23d of February accoinpanied'by
his step-daughter, taking with him, also,
one of his childrou—a small boy. Smith
was a farmer, owning a good farm, well
stocked, and very easy in his circum
stances. He leaves behind him a wife
and six children. His paramour was a
daughter of his wife by a former marri
age, and lived in his family.
SUPPOSED SUICIDE.-A: man named Eli.
as Brookhonser, residing in Saegertown,
Crawford co , Pa. was found dead in a
field near that village last weeli. Be
was a harmless, inoffensive man, but of
very intemperate habits. Be had lately
threatened to take his own life. When
found he had several scars upon his neck
and abdomen, which he had evidently
made with an old knife found upon his
trA deputation of citizens of Eastern
Pennsylvania waited upon Hon. John
Sherman, at Washington, and presented
hhn with a cannon ball, dug up on the
battle field of Brandywine, The ball
was handsomely inlaid with a silver
plate, on which was engraved :
"This cannon ball was dug up on the
battle-field of Brandywine, on the hill
occupied by the American forces, and is
supposed to have been fired by the Hes
sian forces, under General linyphausen."
"Presented to Hon. John Sherman, of
Ohio, in token of appreciation of his el
oquent speech before the grand mass
meeting held on the battle-field, Sep
t. mber 11, 1860, in furtherance of the
election of Lincoln and Hamlin.
John George Nicolai, the private
secretary of President Lincoln, is a Ger
man, and was born in 1832 in the village
of Essingen, in the Palatinate. In 1837
he came to this country with his parents,
who settled in Cincinnati. In 1842, his
mother having died, his father removed
to Pike county, Illinois, where Nicolai
was apprenticed to the printing business.
He subsequently published a paper at
the county seat, Pittsville, called the
Pile County Advertiser, from which he
was called to a position in the State
Treasurer's office, where he took an ac
tive part in ferreting out Governor Mat
WA contract has been-concluded be
tween the Reading Railroad company
and James Moore & Co, for the construc
tion of the road. The price agreed upon
is $600,000, and for this sum the con
tractors are to to finish the grading, ma
sonry, and superstructure—prepare the
road for ballasting cross ties and track
—from the east end of the Columbia
bridge to the intersection with the Leb
anon Valley road, the Company to set
tle for the right of way. The work is to
be ready for the track in fifteen months
after operations are commenced.
South Carolina has drawn more money
from the National Treasury than any
other State in the UniOn, according to
her population. She has had a larger
representation in Congress than any
other State of no greater white popula
tion, consuming of foreign importations.
S t ile has been a tax upon the General
Government, and to get rid of her and
her burdens isia godsend. Let her go,
and God in his mercy forbid that she
should ever return !
The names of John Sherman, Jno.
Hickman, and John C. Fremont are
spoken of in connection with the respec
tive missions of England, Spain, and
France. Colonel Fremont left for Eu
rope in the last steamer from New York,
and WAS, it is said, offered, before he
started, a place in Mr. Lincoln's Cnbinet
which be declined.
eir It is contemplated among the
friends of the Union and compromise in
Boston to tender to Mr. Charles Francis
Adams a complimentary dinner upon his
arrival in Boston.
L- Tlw ►:A s t AN
The correspondent of the New York
World thus writes from Washington :
A novel memorial was presented in the
Senate, praying for the enactment of a
law against secession in any State with
the single exception of South Carolina,
which the memorialists pray may secede
as often as she chooses.
Dr. Alexander Jones, of that infamous
sheet the New York Herald, confesses
he informed the _Charleston people that
the Star of the West was on its way.—
In any other country, such a treacherous
act would subject him to the fate of a
spy or traitor.
Sugar-cured hams have long been in
fashion in this country. They aro mod
erately salted, and sugar or molasses ad
ded to assist in their preservation. In
France, all sorts of fresh meats have
been preserved by molasses alone.
Lincoln has 54,581 more of the Popu
lar vote, and 4 more Electors, than Bu
chanan had—Buchanan had 460,865maj.
over Fremont—Lincoln has 491,634 maj.
over Douglas, 1,009,657 over Breckin
ridge, and 1,256,979 over Bell.
St. Charles, the largest, most fashion
able hotel in New Orleans., which every
Winter average from five to eight hun
dred Northern boarders, has at this time
but thirteen guests north of Mason and
Some say the present is the second
"Whiskey Insurrection" in the United
States, for half the Secessionists are
drunk as fools. Take away their grog,
and the insane rebellion would soon sub
The Vice President was in much great
er peril while journeying to Washington,
than was Mr. Lincoln. He came near
losing his life in New Haven. The cars
started very suddenly, and he was drawn
upon the platform, and just escaped fal
ling under the wheels.
The London Times a short time since
refused a £l5O advertisement on the
plea that it would occupy too much space !
Very few American newspapers would
discover the objection.
William English, of Bald win co., Ala.,
went to Mobile with a draft for $60,000.
For some reason be failed to get the
money. which induced such despair that
ho cut the throats of three of his chil
dren and then severed his own.
The debt of Philadelphia is about
$21,000,000. Last year 97,000 feet of
water pipe were laid in that city, making
in all 325 miles. There are also 385
miles of gas pipe, supplying 482,000
. A madman went into a church, at
Parlishi p, Mich., on Sunday week, having
divested himself of every particle of out
side clothing ; he walked up the aisle to
the pulpit before his course was arrested.
The portion of the bridge of this road,
over the Susquehanna above Harrisburg,
which was destroyed by a recent storm
is rapidly progressing, and will be com
pleted in a short time.
In Chicago, 111., boys are selling post
age stamps of three cent denominations
at one cent, and efforts to trace the mat
ter to a focus have as yet proved una
Some industrious young lady in Cen
tral New York has made an elaborate
wrought Thibet dressing gown as a gift
to Mr. Lincoln. It contains 1,199 yards
Charles T. James, of Rhode Island,
who had contracted for some arms to the
South, since Secession has declined to
furnish materials to injure his own coun
A Rhode Island Congressman says
he is keeping close watch that all the
other States do not slip out of the Union,
and leave Rhode Island to pay the Na
Fort Gibson, in Arkansas, which the
Cherokee Indians "took," had bee desert
ed for three or four years, and was there
fore "easy to take."
The California Assembly have ex
pugned from their records the former
vote of censure against the Kansas
The sympathizers with South Carolina
are now called the "Rattlesnake Democ
racy," and the Bell-clappers to the Se
cessionists are the "Copperheads."
Gov. Robinson, of Kansas, has called
the Legislature to meet on the 26th of
March. Much Interest is felt in regard
to the election of United States Senators.
The city of Hon°luta, in Oceanica, has
become completely Americanized, as it
is now supplied with fresh water by
pipes in all the streets.
An intelligent young Chinaman, clerk
in a tea store at St. Louis, was married
last week to a pretty young American
The London Sporting Life announces
that Torn Sayers will start for America
on the I3th of April.
Ifon. C. C. Clay, ex-United States
Senator from Alabama, has gone to Min
liesota for the benefit of his health.
Andrew Johnson the patriotic Sena
tor from Tennessee, commenced life as a
practical shoe maker.
NEWS IN BRIEF
FORT SUMTER :—An official letter from
Major Anderson, says he had only fif
teen days subsistence and wood on hand.
The question has therefore arisen with
the Administration whether reinforce
ments shall be attempted, or the fort
abandoned. The latter course, it is
thought, will be adopted, from inevitable
necessity, by the advice of Lieut. Gen.
Scott. Major Anderson must either be
reinforced or withdrawn ; the first prop
osition involves a war. Mr. Buchanan
left this complication purposely in its
present position. The latest advices are
that Fort Sumter will be evacuated by
the United States forces. The question
is wholly a military one, and must be de
cided on military ground.
CARE OF STOVES AND PIPES.—When
the stoves are no longer needed, they
are quite frequently set aside in an out
building, or other out of the way place,
with no further thought, until again
wanted for use. If neglected, the rust
of the Summer may injure them more
than the whole Winter's wear, particu
larly the parts of sheet iron. They
should no kept as free from dampness as
possible, and occasionally cleaned if the
rust be observed. An exchange recom
mends to apply a coating of linseed oil
to the pipes before putting thorn away.
It should be done while the pipes are
warm (not hot) and kept ft a low tem
perature, five or six hours, This will
impart a luster, and prevent rusting.
SINGULAR SUICIDE.—On the 23d Feb.,
a man crawled under the wharf at the
foot of Jefferson street, New Orleans,
and seated himself there on the batture.
A man who saw him go under says that
after seating -hiinSelf he leaned his head
upon one hand in a deeply dejected man
ner. Nothing further was seen of him
until about a quarter past two o'clock,
when on hearing a pistol shot beneath
the wharf, a number of persons went be
neath and found the man stretched upon
his back, speechless, aAd in the agonies
of death. He proved to be a person
worth $6 000.
IS - The Harrisburg papers record the
death of Thomas L. Wilson, Esq., for
many years secretary to the Pennsylva
nia Canal Board. The deceased was a
native of Philadelphia, where he learned
the printing business, and worked at it
cotemporary with Simon Cameron, Jas.
Peacock, Judge Lewis, General Rogers,
Hugh Maxwell, and a few others whose
names have become closely identified
with the history of the State.
fir The list of resignations at the War
Department show 43 since the • first- se
cession movement, principally Lieuten
ants. This is a small number out of a
list of more than a thousand names. It
is well ascertained that several officers
have availed themselves of feigned sym
pathy for the South to resign, and avoid
discharging unpleasant duty in Utah and
on the Pacific Cont.s
1$ During the last year there have
been shipped from the European and
New York Fur Agency at Evansville,
Indiana, 166,000 coon skins, 60,000 opos
sum skins, 75,000 pounds of deer skins,
and large quantities of other descriptions
of skins. The bulk of these skins are
from Southern Indiana and Illinois. •
far Mr. Spratt, of Charleston, says
that the Southern Confederacy will nev
er acquire its true position until, by im
portations from Africa, the number of
slaves shall be at least equal to the num
ber of whites. He insists that every
white man, woman, and child, shall have
his, her, and its nigger. •
erA few days ago, a young lady in
East Boston, Mass., who had consented
to the last wishes of her lover, sick with
consumption. named William Ricker, to
be united to him before he died, arrived
at the appointed hour in her bridal robes
only to find that he had died an hour be
to-The War Department has received
advices from Lieutenant Talbot, deuying
a report in the Charleston papers that
he intended to resign his commission.—
He says he never contemplated such a
thing, and that, so far as he knows of
other officers, there is no foundation for
carA lad, 16 years old, died from the
effects of drunkenness, at Rochester, on
Saturday. For three weeks previous to
his death he was drunk the whole time,
notwithstanding the efforts of his family
to restrain him.
CrAt dinner at Erie, some gentlemen
offered Mr. Lincoln some wine, and rath
er forced it upon him. Mr. Lincoln re
plied : "I have lived fifty years without
the use of any liquor, and I do not think
it worth while to change my habits now."
ifirCol. H. S. Webb, brother of Gen.
J. Watson Webb of the New York
Courier and Enquirer, is now in New
Orleans, to offer the services of himself
and four sons to the Southern army.
Parson Brownlow, of the Knox
ville (Tenn.) Whig, does not seem to de
sire South Carolina's return to the Union.
er Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines—Mrs.
General Gaines, has at last gained her
case. Tlie case has been pending for
llE:ALTII IS WE:AI:Tn. (Lot, Ehr arrNti ,
&c.—Disease is indiscriminate in the selectlon
of its victim—the king posseses no more im
munity from the twinges of gout or neuralgia
in his weather-proof palace, than the beggar
from the attacks of rheumatism in his time
battered hovel. Wealth of itself can neither
cure sickness nor preserve health—else it
would be the monopoly of the rich—on the
contrary, the gouty or rheumatic millionaire
would willingly exehange half his possessions
for the robust constitution of the daily laborer.
To the millions whose subsistence depends on
aoil, health is truely wealth, and the loss of it
entails on them the misery and :offerings
which.are tne bane of poverty ; but the cheap
ness of Holloway's Pills and Ointment obviate
this evii by placing them within the reach of
all who are exposed to the direful effects of the
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 chargel
with directions for preparing and using the
same, which they will find a sure cure 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 will cost them noth
ing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wish
ing the prescription will please address
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williarrisburg,
Oct. 13-3m] Kings co., N. Y.
PILES rx Born - Foams CUBED! Read this.
" I can only account for my present sound
health, from the constant, though moderate
use of Iherhave's Holland Bitters—having
from my youth suffered, at intervals from
Piles, in both forms, sometimes so severely as
to completely prostrate me. I have for sever
al months past, though subject to loss of sleep,
and unusual physical effort, been entirely flee
from any symptom of this distressing • disease ;
while my general health is very much improv
Persons doubting the authenticity of this
certificate, arc requested to call upon or com
municate with the proprietors. They will
takeAideasure not only in referring them to its
author, but to many others who have used the
Holland Bitters for the same affection, with
€l::•The cures made by Prof. de GRATH
with his "elecliic oil," are almost miraculous
and so wonderful and instantaneous, so satis
factory, arid mitigating of human ill, as to call
upon public functionaries, and those having
charge of public institutions for the sick and
suffering, to look well into the well attested
merits, the simple efficacy of this "electric
oil." The sales are rapidly increasing. Deal
ers supplied at proprietors prices, by Prof. C.
de Grath, No. 217 South Eighth street, near
Chesnut. See advertisement.
EMPLOYMENT : The Erie Sewing Machine
Company desire to secure a few Traveling
Agents, upon a salary of 25 to $6O per month
and expenses; or a commission. This is an
opportunity seldcm offered, and those who
choose a constant business, can rely on con
stant employment for a term of years. Con
fidential Circulars sent free. Address Erie
Sewing Machine Company. IL JAMES, Gen
eral Agent, MILAN, artro. [34-6m
We lake pleasure in calling attention to
the advertisement of it. Newell's Gallery of
Art. The testimAials are of the first charac
'Soe adverlisment of Prof. L. Miller's
Hair Invigorator, and Liquid Hair Dye, in an
A arouRNED COURTS FOB. 1861.—1 t is
ordered by the Court that adjourned
t;eurts for 1861 be held, for the trial and de
cision •of cases in the Common Pleas, Orphans'
Court and Quarter Sessions, as follows:
1 week comm'ng on Monday the ]Stb of March
ti " " " at 17th of June.
" 16th of Sept
CC CC CC C: " 16th of Dec.
To continue one week from the said days re
spectively, and as much longer as the business
shall require. All the cases on the list for ar
gument in the Orphans' Court shall be taken
up on the first days of said terms, and proceed
ed with until disposed of, unless continued by
consent or cause shown.
The cases on the argument list in the Quarter
Sessions shall be taken up on the NVedaesday
of said week, if not prevented by the business
of the Orphans' Court; and if so, the cases in
the Quarter Sessions will be commenced at the
termination of the Orphans' Court business.
The argument of the cases in the Common
Pleas to be commenced on Thursday of the
week, if not prevented by the Orphans' Court
or QUarter Sessions cases; in that case the ar
gument list of the said Court will be taken up
at the termination of the cases in the other
Courts and proceeded in until disposed of, un
less continued by consent or cause shown.
It is further ordered that the absence of coun
sel at the time appointed for taking up cases
mentioned in the preceding orders snail be no
cause to suspend proceedings therein, unless
by consent or legal ground for a continuance
ADJOURNED JURY TRIALS.—It is ordered by
the Court that adjourned Courts for Jury Triads
in the Common Pleas will be held as follows :
1 week comm'ng the Ist Monday, 4th February.
4th " 25th February.
cc " " 4th " 27th May.
cc " " Ist " 3rd June.
4C " Ist " 2nd Sept.
cc cc cz 3rd " 21st October.
" 4th " 25th October.
cc " Ist " 2nd Dec.
And such other periods as may be appointed at
the aforesaid Courts, or 4Lt their regular terms.
' The' foregoing to be published in all the
newspapers in the City and County of Lancas
ter, tnree successive times in each, at the ex
pense of the county—bill to be presented of the
PETER MARTIN, Prothonotary
17QUAL or REGULAR TIMEKEEPERS,
1 1 4 can be had of H. L. & E. J. ZAHM,
North Queen-st., and Center Square, Lancas
ter, Pa., in the shape of Equilibrium, Levers—
the best article of Swiss levers now in the mar
ket. They are lower in price than any watch
of equal qualityandj ust as true for timekeeping
BUGGY tptd Sleigh BLANKETS of various
styles ald at much lower prices than the
same sold last fall. Spangler 4- Patterson.
]) 0 You Want Either a Hat or a Cap
If so, go to CRULL'S
GO AND SEE CRULL ANYHOW! 1
At 92 Market Street
SUPERIOR COAL 01L-25 cents a quart
at GROVE & ROTH'S.
HOME-MADE MINCE MEAT,—only 12
Cents per pound at J. M. Anderson's.
BANDIES—aII brands—guarranted to be
genuine. Benjamin. Fr Co. .
G ENTS NEW STYLE CAPS,
CI TIM DROPS: Stewart's New-York Gum
jr Drops, 6 varieties, at Wolfe's.
S S. EAT HVON,
[ SCCCF.SSOR TO F. J. KRA:gyn.]
_Draper and Clothier. Corner frt .
Queen and Orange Street.,,
LANCASTER , PA
Al 7 AILS himself of this opportunity of rim _
flouncing 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 employe.l
for the last ten years, and intends continuing
the Merchant Tailoring Clothing business in all
its 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
Chths, 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 its
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. f v 7-1 ir
DR. EDW. W. SWENTZEL,
Graduate of the Baltimore College of
and an assistant operator and partner of
DR. JOHN WAYLAN.
Would most respectfully offers his profess—
ional services to the citizens of the Borough of
Marietta and vicinity ; persons wis:,ing to have
their T Erni attended to are invited to call at
his office, adjoining Spangler & Patterson's ,
store, 2nd story, entrance from Market street.
Recommendatton of Dr. Way/an
I hereby recommend to the people of Mari
etta and vicinity, Dr. E. W. SW ENi•ZEL, grad-.
uatc of the Baltimore College of Dental Surge
ry, as a competent and skillful operator, hav
ing had ample opportunities of seeing his ope
rations—having long been an assistant opera
tor of mine. JOHN WAYLAN, D. D. S.
CHEAP READY-MADE PLOTHING!!
Baying just returned from the city with
a nicely selected lot of Ready-made Clothing,
which the undersigned is prepared to furnish a t
reduced prices; having laid in a general assort
ment of men and boys' clothing, which he is
determined to sell LOW, FOR CASH. His stock
consists of (IVER-COATS,_ DRESS, FROCK AND
SACK COATS, PANTS, VESTS, FEAJACK ETS,
ROUNDS OUTS, (knit) OVERHAU LS, CRAVATS,
DRAWERS, SHIRTS, HOISERY, UNDERSHIRTS,
GLOV ES, SUS P ENDE,RS, &c. Everything in the
Furnishing Goods line. Call and examine be
fore purchasing elsewhere. Everything sold at
prices to suit the times. JOHN BELL.
Corner of Elbow Lane and Market Si.,
next door to Cassel's Store
Marietta, October 29, 1356..
J. A. CONGDOAr,
ATTOB I'EY AT LAW,
Opposite the residence of Col. J. W. Clark.
Prompt attention given to securiog and collect
ing Claims, and Orphans' Court business
generally. Will attend to business in
Lancaster and adjoining counties.
Conveyancing and other writings promptly
EIVELRY.—A large and selected stock of. J fine jewelry of the latest patterns from the
Lest factories in the country can be found at
H. L. & E. J. ZAHM'S.
Cor. North Queen st. and Centre Square, Lan
caster, Pa. our prices are moderate and alk
goodewarranted to be as represented.
17,11tESII HOME GROUND SPICES AT
ANDERSON'S! Attention Butchers ,
and Houskeepers. Having a great demand for.
nur fumed SPICES, I have concluded to con
tinue to keep a constant supply of Ground Pep
pe4, Ground Corriander, and Svesd Marjoram.
AXTA LL P APE itS.—We have just received
another supply from the New York. and
Philadelphia manufactories. Purchaseis can
rely upon the newest styles, which wilt be
sold unusually low at J. It. Diffenbach's.
T 44%. MPS! LAMPS! SHADES, &C. The
I undersigned has received another lot of
Fluid and Coal Oil Lamps, and Lamp Shades
of every- variety and price.. Call and see them
at Dr. Hinkle's Drug ,Store.
A CHOICE Lot of Books for children called
indtstructab le Pleasure Books; School and
other Books, Stationary, Pens, Pen holders,
&c., &c. For sale at Dr. Hinkle's.
rp HE Largest and best assortment of Fancy
Cloth Lk: Cassimeres and vesting ever offered
n this market and will be sold at prices which
defy competition by J. R. Diffenbach.
Vanilla ' Strawberry, Pine Apple,
Almond, Rose, Lemon,
Just received and for sale at Grove k Roth's.
T J UMBER. An assortment of Dry Lumber
for sale at the most reasonable rates, con
sising of White Pine Boards, Plank, Joist and
short Shingles. Also Hemlock Boards, Rails,
Scantling and Fencing by J. M. ANDERSOR.
T_l A MILY C 0.0 G II SYRUP :—A Cough
_u Syrup, for children and adults' has just
been put up at my store, which should be in
every family this cold weather. F. Hinkle.
KNIVES S. FGRKS, Britainia and Silver
plated Spoons, Brass, Copper, Plain and
Enameled Iron Kettles, and Housekeeping
goods generally. Sterrett ff Co.
SUPERIOR COOK STOVE,. very plain
style, each one warranted to per
to the entire satisfaction of the
purchaser. STERRETT tk CO.
CHAMPAGNE and other Table Wines,
guarranteed to be pure, and sold as low as
can be bought in Philadelphia or New , York.
H. D. BENJAILIIN, Picot Building.
1000 POUNDS Prime York County
uckwheat flour, by the hund
or single pound. For sale at WOLFE'Sred
A SUP ERIOR article of Rectified Qrab
Apple Cider, for sale by the barrel or gal
lon at J. R. Diffenbach's Store.
MO LANDLORDS! Just received, Scotch
and Irish WHIS ./C I E S, warran
ted pure, at H. D. Benjamain's.
T. CROIX AND NEW TNGLAND RUM
C) for culinary purposes, warranted genuine
at II: D. Benjamin 8 4 . Co's.
U BS , Spokes, Felloes, Wagon Bows,
Oil Cloth, Varnishes, &c.
STERRETT 4 CO.
TIIFTEEN EMPTY MOLASSES iffit
j HOGSHEADS For Sale at
J. It. DIFFENBACH'S.
crET ANEW SPRING STYLE
HAT, AT CRULL'S,
Ao. 92 Market Street, Marietta, Pa. MA
BUY one of those beautiful S O F TA
HATS at CRULL'S, 92 Market-st.
B OYS Spring Caps, at
CHULL'S, No. 92 Market-st.