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MARIETTA CAR HOURS : The following is
the starting time from this place, from and af
ter Monday morning next, June 10:
Marietta Accommodation, at 7.20 a. m.
Harrisburg Accommodation, 2.16 p. m.
Mail Train, 6.21 p. m.
SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1861.
July 4th, 1776-1861.
COL. BAKER.—IS it not time to make
preparations for a general and earnest
celebration of our great national anni
yersary ? The imperilling of the great
principles of the Declaration of Inde
pendance, by the corrupting influences
of Southern traitors for thirty years past,
and the culmination of their secret trea
sons in the present rebellion, call on all
patriots—all lovers of our country and
our free government—to refresh our
memories, re-imbue our souls with those
foundation principles of our government
and its free institutions, and to renew our
vows of allegiance and our mutual pledg
es of" fortunes, lives, and sacred honors"
in their support. Let us, then, have a
general, hearty, solemn and yet joyous
celebration in this Borough, of that glo
rious day—let us get, as far as possible,
all the men, women and children of our
place and neighborhood together for this
purpose. Our civic societies, (Odd Fel
lows, Sons of Temperance and Good
Templars,) our Sunday and other schools,
our Fire Companies and military, our
Burgess and Council—all ALL with citi-
Zeus, male and female, old and young,
thould form in one procession and meet
ogether to hear that Grand Declaration
and such other services as may be agreed
on. And then, let us have a feast for
the body—a table spread by general
contributions, as may be arranged and
gathered together and spread out for
all, under the auspices of a suitable
Committee of ladies and gentleman ;
seems to me most suitable for such a
grand national Festival Holiday—fol
lowed by sentiments, speeches, songs,
music, Sr.c., such as will revive the life
of the aged, strengthen
of the middle aged, and pour into all
young hearts a fire of patriotism that
will glow there until memory deserts
her seat and life closes in immortality.
Let us have some such celebration—
I care not for details or specialities—
but give us a big, generous, glorious,
general public celebration or.ce more, of
the good old day, its memories and its
principles. Will not our Burgess and
Town Council take the lead and arrange
for a meeting or other movement toward
securing preparations in good season
for such a Celebration ? There is now
less"than four weeks, for the work, and
it is one that, if well done, will require
all the time. The Committees to select
Speakers, Reader, officiating Clergy,
Choir or Choirs, and bespeak the pro
visions, and select, and fit up the suitable
spot, and get out the Schools, Compa
nies, Lodges, &c., should be at work
certainly by next week, so as not to
crowd them too much. The families of
our absent volunteers should not be for
gotten, nor the old soldiers of 1812-15.
SWORN IN.—On Saturday afternoon,
Captain Henry Sherbahn. of this place,
Paymaster, was sworn in with the rest
of the officers of the Second Brigade.—
We think that these men should be en.
joying the pay and glory of their offices
in the field of War, a chance want of
patriotism and bravery on, their part did
not deprive them of. But Sheaffer,
Dickey & Co. made a " good thing" of it,
and left their brigade s go to the— get
into service in detached companies.—
Had we accepted the post of Drum Ma
jor we would now be at a loss to know
what was to be majored or drummed,
unless it would be the superior officers
—and we would have with equal pleasure
drummed them to duty or out of the
Camp ? Then there's our brother of
the Mariettian, worth a (Baker's) dozen
of rebels, with his shooting stick leaded,
prime(re)d and capped, and no form to
shoot at, unless it be the form ready for
the press. It's too bad. For goodness
sake let there at least be a regiment
formed out of the remaining companies
to be known as the " Lancaster County
We clip the above from the Mount
Joy Herald of last week, and from it we
are inclined to think our-friend STAUFFER,
disposed to be a little severe. Bear in
mind the force of the "old saw," "that.
the truth should not always be told."—
We are basking in the shade of military
favor—allowed to recline ( dignifiedly
and with great inactivity) on our milita
ry honors, and do not, therefore, for a
moment, disturb our felicity by any war
talk, just now at least, when another call
for 100,000 is about to be made.
air the life of Lieut. Gen. Soon—
which should be in the bands of every
school boy, now selling at ten cents ;
also Beadle's " Dime Song Book," con
taining national and patriotic airs; and
Beadle's " Dime Drill Book," being
Scott and Hardee simplified. These
low priced and interesting books can be
had at Dr. Hinkle's and should be read
For the illariettiani
COL. B.AfiF.R.-It is rather gratifying to
my pride as a Mariettian—a recent " res
identer," it is true ; but also "one of
yore" from 1805 to 1830—to find that
our people here came so very near to
hitting the nail on the bead at the very
first start of organizing our Relief Com
mittee. The addition of two gentlemen
in each ward, (as aiders and advisers
when called on by the ladies who were
constituted visitors,) was probably an
improvement; bat the first movement,
of appointing ladies only as visitors of
the families of our volunteers, and dis
pensers of the relief fund, proves to have
been a very fortunate arrangement, judg
ing by the complaints made in Lancas
ter, where only men were placed in that
situatioq. A week or so since, the Ex
press contained a long article, noticing
and commenting upon the complaints
and causes of complaint which had come
to the Editor's knowledge. Suffice it to
say, that there were complaints and
causes for complaint on both sides, (as,
also, we doubt not, complaints, without
cause,) but the following remedy for the
whole evil, proposed by the Editor, will
show how happily our people took time
by thefor elock. Please copy. A. B.G.
11.36 a. m.
7.00 p. m.
"Thht errors have been made we have
no doubt. Some perhaps who needed
most have received least, and some de
serving women may have been overlook
ed through their diffidence. This we
think is owing to a defect in the plan of
distribution. To our mind it is very
clear that there should be Ladies on the
Ward Committee to act in concert with
the gentlemen. These Ladies should
be good practical housekeepers, who,
when they enter a family, will at once
understand its requirements and be able
to estimate the amount necessary•to de
fray the family expenses. It is not to
be expected that men should be able to
understand and fairly estimate the wants
of a family, and unless they are, they are
in constant danger of being imposed
upon or of imposing upon themselves.—
Besides, it is a very delicate matter for
gentlemen to visit families in the absence
of their heads, and make the enquiries
necessary to a proper discharge of their
duties, without. lying themselves open to
the slanders of malicious and designing
persons, as we understand has been the
case in at least one instance.
We hope, therefore, that at the next
meeting of the Committee, this sugges
tion will be carefully and favorably con
sidered. If adopted, and some good
practical housekeepers placed upon the
several Ward Committees, we know it
will work well, be more satisfactory to
all parties, and effectually remove any
causes of complaint now existing."
P. S.—.A. correspondent from the
" Cookman Rangers," of Columbia, writ
ing to the Express, says of some com
plaints against the Columbia Relief
" Had this body been composed of
ladies—which common sense would have
dictated—such personal interests and
measures would have been a secondary
consideration, and the families of absen
tees attended to," &c.
That correspondent has evidently
studied human nature in man and in
woman too, and " knows what is what."
Columbia will have to follow the exam
ple of Marietta and Manheim.
TEE MOUNT JOY BANK a meet
ing of the Directors of this institution
held on Friday last, the President, Abra
ham Shelly, Esq., resigned, and John
G. Hoerner, Esq., was elected to fill the
vacancy. Mr. Shelly's resignation was
caused by the bad state of health. Mr.
Hoerner will prove, we are very certain,
an intelligent and useful officer. He
lives within a short distance of this
borough and is one of the wealthiest and
most active business men in our vicinity.
We learn that the bank will shortly
issue the small notes authorized by act
of the last Legislature.
qpir Chief Burgess Park has authori
zed us to notify all persons owning pro
perty on Market street to have their gut
ters cleaned immediately. Persons ne
glecting this notice, the work will be
done by the Borough supervisor and
charged to the property owner. The sea
son is now at hand when all such sanitary
measures should be readily complied
with. Filthy gutters beget disease.
ar Mr.. Peter Pastor, a private in
Captain Patterson's company of Lancas
ter. City Infantry, was buried with mili
tary honors in Lancaster, on Sunday
last. An immense concourse of citizens
witnessed the ceremonies. Mr. Pastor
died on Friday, at Camp Slifer, ()ham
bersburg. His disease was " spotted "
eV' We were the fortunate recipient
of a plate of fine strawberries.a few eve
nings since, from R. A. Child of the
Union Restaurant. May his shadow
never grow less. Who will be as thought
ful as Russel? He deserves and we are
glad to heir receives very liberal encour
lir After delays without number and
vexatious countermanding of orders, the
Union Gaards, Captain Barton ; the
Lancaster Guards, Captain Neff; and the
Safe Harbor Jones Artillery, Captain
Hess, left for Camp Wayne, at West
Chester, Pa., on Tuesday morning last.
Wal 111 111 DIVAVI DI al CIO rirdlllo IPA VIII WM e gala
„j'Yetzt. VarittneA Saads. !
J. R. DIFFENBAOH, AT NO.
61 MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PA.,
HAS JUST RECEIVED
His New Stock of Spring Goods
TrE is placing on his shelves and ready for
jaexamination and sale, the largest and best
selected stock of fashionabie SPRING Goons
ever offered in this borongh, to which he now
invites the attention of the public.
New Styles Fancy Dress Goods,
Superior makes of Silks,
A large assortment oiCalicos
Extra quality Muslins, all prices,
Best make of Flannels, do
A large stock of Shawls,
Plain and Barred Sack'd Flannels.
White Goods, Mitts, Linens, Embroideries,
Dress Trimmings, ees, Gloves, Hosires,
Very largellock of Domestic goods.
Spring Satinetts and Cassimeres,
Bleached and Unbleached Muslin&
Delaines, Calicos and Ginghams,
Drillings, Sheetings'and Checks,
Pant Stuff, Hickory and Tickings,
Splendid Calicos for six cents,
Good quality Muslin, six cents, 4 '
Heavy Unbleached Muslims, six cents:
Embossed Paper Colars, ten for a Quarter,
Paper Neck-Ties—something new, cheap and
ALL KINDS OF HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Linen and Woolen Table covers.
Plain, Ornamental and Oiled Window Blinds
and Patent Fixtures
Wall Pipers, Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths.
Canton Matting, &c.
Wall and Window Paper,
Glass, Queensware and Cedarware.
Gaiters, Slippers, Boots, Shoes, Brogans, &c.
11:: Very superior Syrup at 50 cents a gallon.
All kinds of Liquors wholesale or retail.
rr A LARGE STOCK OF CHEAP GROCERIES.
The highest price given for Country produce
T 1 NEWELL'S
No. '724 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA
One of the largest and most complete Galleries
in the United States, where the best Pic
tures, known to the Photographic art,
at prices no higher than are paid
for miserable caricatures.
The Proprietor, a practical Photographer, at
tends personally, every sitting—and allows no
picture to leave the Gallery unit ss it gives per
Daguerreotypes and Ambrotypes of absent
or deceased friends, photographed to any de
sired size, or taken on Canvass, life size, and
painted in Oil by the best Artists.
At this Gallery pictures can be taken in any
weather—as perfect in cloudy days as when
the sun shines.
Persons visiting the city are respectfully in
vited to examine our specimens, which for
price and quality defy competition.
lEP Instructions given in the art of Photog
raphy. R. NEWELL,
Gallery of Art, 724 Arch St., Philadelphia.
From Ron. Lewis D. Campbell, M. 1., Ohio.
My family and friends all concur in the opin
ion that the (Newell) Picture is more life-like
than anything they ever saw. My likeness
has been repeatedly taken by artists in various
ways, but I have never yet had one which pre
sents so true to nature, all the features and ex
pressions of countenance as this.•
From Hon. E. Toy Morris, late Minister to
The exquisite finish, beauty and softness of
your portraits, conjoined with their durability
of color and faithfulness as likenessses, cannot
fail to commend them to the attention and pa
tronage of all who appreciate true art.
From Col. James Page.
Having occasion for a portrait, I procured
one from Mr. Robert Newell, of the city of
Philadelphia, a miniature in Oil Colors, under
the new process discovered by hint and take
great pleasure in expressing the sati sfaction giv
en me, not only by the accuracy of the likeness,
but its artistic finish in all respects, and recdin
mend him to the patronage of those disposed to
encourage the beautiful art.
Nov. 24, 1560.-ly]
THE 'WONDERS OF THE WATER-CURE are
such, that, if they were generally known, the
dealers in drugs might throw their physic to
the dogs, for the people—at least the intelligent
portion of them—would have none of it. And
why should they? Can a man take fire into
his bosom and not be burnt? Nay verily I No
more can he take poison into his stomach
without being injured by it.
READ THE FOLLOWING! Professor J. M.
Smith, M. D_, of the New-York College. of
Physicians and Surgeons, says: "All medi
cines which enter the circulation poison the
blood." Prof. A. Clark, of the same school,
says "All of our curative agents are poisons :
and as a consequence every dose diminishes the
patients vitality." Prof. H. G. Cox, M. D., of
the New-York Medical College, says " The
fewer remedies you employ in any disease the
better for your patient."
READ AGAIN! Prof. Parker says " Hy
giene is of far more value in the treatment of
diseases than drugs."—Prof. Clark "A sponge
bath will often do more to quiet feverish rest
less patients than an anodyne."—Prof.
" Hygienic treatment is of far more val
ue than all drugs combined."
A. B. G
JOHN CAMERON, M. D., corner of Front and
Gay streets, Marietta, practices the Hygienic
Water-Cure system exclusively, and confident
ly submits that it is perfectly and agreeably
applicable in every curable disease; while, at
the same time, it is the only medical system
yet discovered, that has philosophy and com
mon sense to commend it to public confidence.
The following are some of the diseases in
the treatment of which Dr. C. is prepared to
prove the efficacy and superiority of his sys
tem, viz : Inflammatory, Typhoid, Remittent,
Intermittent, Symptomatic and Eruptive Fe
vers, Inflammatory affections, Gout, Rheuma
tism, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Diarrhea,
Dysentery, Worms, Piles, incipient Consump
tion, Scurvy, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Thrush, Ep
ilepsy, when not caused by any structular de
rangement, Hysterics, Bronchitis, Croup, Pal
pitation, Apoplexy, Paralysis, Rickets, Neu
ralgia, Rashes, Mains, Scalia and other disea
ses of the skin, Mismenstruation, Leuchor
rhea, Prolapsus and other genital displacementi.
Venereal diseases, diseases of the Urinary or
gans, &e., &c., &c.
Marietta, May 15, 1861. 43-tf
PROF. DE GRATH would state explicitly
that he is the discoverer and sole possessor
of the secret of the manufacture of Electric
Oil, which could not pe purchased for $l,OOO,
000—and 00,000 will be given to any chemist
who will make it. My Oil has performed all
the cures published in the Ledger for years
past. Ask Col. Grant, 26 NortliThirteenth
street, Dr. Killingsworth, Dr. frekser, now
at St. Lawrence Hotel ; George G. Boyer, 302
Jarvis street ; Mr. Grippif Thirteenth and
Girard Avenue, and otheri, ad infinitum, who
have been cured of 'Rheumatism Deafness,
&c., by my Oil in Philadelphia. It is also a
valuable remedy for Colds, Splints, Spavin
and Scratches on horses.
Price 25 cents, 50 cents, and $l. .
Pnor. CHARLES DE GRATH,
D:P• None genuine without signature of Prof.
C. DE GRATH. Labels signed in writing.
Principal Depot No. 217 South Eighth St.
Philadelphia. Country dealers and druggists
can be supplied wholesale and retail. Price
25 cents, 50 cents, and $1 per bottle.
Try everything else; give this one simple
Cau-riotc—Be careful to ask for and get DE:
GRATH'S Electric Oil, as worthless imitations
There are numerous imitations sprung up on
the reputation my article has acquired. The
public must beware. They are worthless.
For sale by all dealers and druggists. Prin
cipal office 217 South Bth street, Phila.
O.IIIETRIN G . NEW UNDER THE SUN !
Paper Neck. Ties, beautiful, fashionable
and cheap, at Diffenbach's.
Published by order of the United States War
Instructions in Field Artillery
Prepared by a Board of Artillery Of f icers.
1 volume, 8 vo. $2.50.
Baltimore, Md., Jan. 15, 1859.
Col. S. Cooper, Adjt. Gen. U. S. A.
Sir :—The Light Arilletry Board assembled
by Special Orders No. 34 of 1856, and Special
Orders No. 116, of 1858, has the honor to sub
mit a revised systems of Light Artillery Tac
tics and Regulations recommended for that
arm. WM. H. FRENCH, Bt. Maj.
Captain First Artillery,
WM. P. BARRY,
Captain Second Artillery.
HENRY J. HUNT, Bt. Maj.
Captain Second Artillery.
Rifle and Light Infantry Tactics, for the ma
neuvers of Troops when acting as Light In
fantry or Riflemen. Prepared under the di
rection of the War Department, by Brevet
Lieut. Col. W. 3. HARDEE, U. B. A.
Vol.. I. Schools of the Soldier and Company;
Instructions for skirmishers.
VOL. 11. School of the Battalion.
Two volumes, complete, $1.50.
An act to establish an uniform mode of Disci
pline and Field exercise for the Militia of
the United States.
Section 1. That the system of discipline
and field exercise which is and shall be order
ed to be observed by the regular army of the
United States, in the different corps of infant
ry, artillery and riflemen, shall also be observ
ed by the militia, in the exercise and discipline
of the - said corps respectively, throughout the
Approved, Washington, May 12, 1820.
Published by order of the War Department.—
First Part—School of the Trooper; of the
Platoon and of the Squadron Dismounted.
Second Part—School of Trooper ;of the Pla
toon and of the Squadron Mounted.
Third Part—Evolutions of a Regiment.
Three volumes, 18 mo. $3.7d.
WAR DEPARTMENT, t
Washington, Feb. 10, 1841.
The system of Cavelry Tactics adapted to
the organization of Dragoon regiments, hav
ing been approved by the President of the U.
S., is now published for the government of the
Accordingly, instruction in the same will be
given after the method pointed out therein ;
and all additions to or departures from the ex
ercises and manoeuvres laid down in this sys
tem are positively forbidded.
J. R. POINSETT,
Secretary of War.
McClellan's Bayonet Exercises.
Manual of Bayonet Exercises, prepared for
the use of the Army of the U. S. by GEO:
B McCr.r.m.a.N, Captain First Regiment
Cavalry U. S. A. Printed by order of the
War Department.. One vol. 12mo. $1.25.
Head Quarters of the Army
Washington, D. C., December 31, 1851. C
Hon. C. M. Conrad, Sec'y of War,
Sil :—Herewith I have the honor to submit
a system of Bayonet Exercises, translated
from the French, by Captain George B. Mc-
Clellan, Corps Engineers '
U. S. A.
I strongly recommend its being printed for
distribution in the army; and that it be made
by regulation a part of the "System of Instruc
tion." The enclosed extracts from reports of
the Inspector General, etc. show the value.
I have the honor to be, Sir,
With High Respect,
Your Most Obedient Servant,
Approved, C. M. CONRAD, Sec'y of War.
J an'y 2, 1852.] R. Jones, Adjt. Gen'l.
Any of the above works forwarded by mail,
free of postage, to any part of the United S. on
receipt of the publihed price. Remittances
can be madein gold dollars and postage stamps.
Address I. B. LIPPINCOTT teCo..
Booksellers, Publishers and Stationers,
Nos. 22 and 24 Noith 4th st., Philadelphia
LARKIN & CO.,
Ygon i oth Aoto g papc ) flatlet%
S. E. Corner Eighth. and Arch streets,
ENTRANCE ON EIGHTH STREET, 3
AFTER many years' experience in all the'
various branches of the Alt, the Proprietors
confidently invite the attention of their friends
and the public to their extensive establishment,
which presents the opportunity for procuring
the best pictures, equal at least, to any first
class Gallery in the United States.
Preparations are complete fol executing, all
the improved styles known to the Art. They
have a patent arrangement for copying Da
guerreotypes, &c., &c., making them Life size,
if desired—the only one ':of the kind in this
country. Attached to this establishment are
three coloring , Artists. •
Photographs, including . , • • ,"
as low as Olh -
Photographs, with Frame as low as $2 62
Photographs at 75 cents. Extra copies 50
PHOTOGRAPHS AT ONE DOLLAR ! •
cts. or $5 per doz. Life size PhOto
graphs as low as $6, and lioritype at
same price. Durable Ambrotypes at
50 cents and upwards. •
A most extensive'assortment of Gilt Frames,
embracing a select and choice variety of the
latest styles. Prices from 62 cents and up
Especial attection bestowed upon Life-sized
Photographs in oil, transferred from small pic
tures, and from life: Priaes from $l5 to $lOO.
Instructions given in the Art.
February 23, 1361-Iy.
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 hank of issue discount
and deposit, under the provisions of the act en
titled " an act to establish a system of free
bankng in Pennsylvania, and to secure the
publio against loss from insolvent Banks" ap
proved the 31st day of March IAO.
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 Thousand 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 R. Diffenbach, David Harry,
Thomas Zell, A. N. Cassel.
John Becker, Barr Spangler,
la- The Harrisburg Telegraph and Bears ,
German paper insert 6 months and send bill to
this office, or S. F. Eagle, for collection.
S. S. RATHVON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier;
At E J. Kramph's Old Stand, on the Cor
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
GR A TEE' IJL to the Citizens of Marietta
and vicinity, for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended, the undersigned respect
fully solicits a continuance of the same; as
suring them, that under all circumstances, no
efforts will be spared in rendering a satisfactory
equivalent for every act of confidence reposed.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES A N D VESTINGS, and
such other seasonable material as fashion and
:t Market furnishes, constantly kept on hand
- sinfkmanufactured to order, promptly, and rea-
Pinata/ 0 ,4s taste or style may suggest.
ALSO] READY-MADE CLOTHING,
1.7 Gentlemen's Furnishing Gooods
Tlie.':sadi'articks as usually belong to a Mer
chailorinitand Clothing establishment.
kRKTHYDZT, Merchant Tailor 4 Clothier,
3V Cor. of N. Queen and Orange-sts.
.14. i, TER, April 13, 1861,
JJOF TIVE•BALTIMOHE COLLEGE OF DENTAL
SUNGEItir*ATE OF- HARBISBALRG, PA.
OFFICE:4iont street, fourth . 0.90 r
from Locust, over Saylor St AtcDon-91ii - riL;
aid's Book Store, Columbia.t..Entraitce . e
ween the Drug and Book Stores. [3-ly
UY one of those beautiful S.O F.T
BHATS at Caute,s, SY biarket-st. AUL
AT PANICS PRICES
SPANGLER & PATTERSON, No. 66 Mar
ket street, Marietta, Pa.. ate now supplied
with a full stock of every description of Dry
Goods, Groceries, etc., which were bought at
reduced prices under the pressure of the times,
and will be sold either Wholesale or Retail, at
a small advance.
Below we enumerate a few of the articles
in mar Line:
Dry Goods. Notions, ] Etc. Groceries.
Fancy and Black Silks, Gloves, Sugars,
Shalleis, Hosiery, Coffees,
Mouse De Lanes, Collars, Sleeves, Mackerel,
Silk Poplins, Cravats, White Fish,
Lawns, Suspenders, Herring,
Gingham*, Hats, Cod Fish,
Cassimers, 'Umbrellas, Syrups,
Cloths, Parasols, Cheese,
Velvet Cords, Shirt Breasts, Tea,
Cottonades, Dress Trimmings, Rice,
Kentucky Jeans. Tideys, • Dried Fruit,
Shawls, Head Nets, Spices,
Dusters, Belts, Starch.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Ingrain, Rag, Three• Ply and
Decorative Wall and Window Papers, Gilt,
Briquet and Landscape TRANSPARENT
BLINDS, Sheetings, Cheeks, Tickings,
Shirtings, Crash, Diaper and Da,
masx Table Cloths, Table, Floor
and Window Oil Cloths, Blank
ets, Counterpanes and Mar
10,000 YARDS CALICOES,
At from 5 to 10 cents per yard:
S UMMER HATS!
THE HAIL COLUMBIA HAT!
THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER HAT.
THE WASHINGTON HAT.
THE NATTY BUMPPII HAT
THE RIP VAN-WINKLE HAT.
More beautiful beyond comparison than any
thing in this line hitherto offered. Scientifi
cally ventilated, national and eminently sug
gestive of patriotism, and cannot fail to be the,
Banner Hat for our young men. They must
be seen.to be appreciated.
A beautiful assortment of all styles of
STRAW HATS, MILITARY FATIGUE
CAPS, in all styles and qualitieS, which we
are prepared to sell at
MOST REASONABLE PRICES,
Either SINGLE CAPS or BY THE QUALI
TY. SHULTZ & BRO.,
mylB] North Queen street, Lancaster.
J. R. HOFFER,
Civil Engineer, Surveyor, Conveyancer
Main-at., Mountjoy, laneaster Co., Pa.
ALL kinds of land surveying and dividing
levelling of watercourses, roads, &c. Ac
curate and neat plain and ornamental Mapping
and draughtivi of town plans, large landed es
tates, &c. Mechanics', Quarriers' and Earth
work measured and estimated. Deeds, Relea
ses, Powers of attorney and other legat instru
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Popular T.ectures by Popular men.
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London Street Life, by J. B. Gough, in no. 26
Mahometanism, by Rev: Dr. Hamlin, in no. 25
The Sultan and his Government, by Rev. Dr.
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The Turkish Empire, by Dr. Hamlin, no. 23
The Policy of Honesty, Geo. W Curtis, no. 22
A Day in the Alps, Rev. T. L. Cuyler, no. 21
Man and Climate, Bayard Taylor, no 20
Little Things, Rev. Dr. Stoors, no 19
Equatorial Regions of Africa, M. Du Chaffin,
in number 18
Life in the Artic Regions, Bayard Taylor, 16
The Electric Light, Prof. Farrada, no 13
Social Responsibilities, S. B. Gough, no 12
Young America, Henry Ward Beecher, no II
Brazil and the Brazilians, Rev. J. C. Fletch
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The Correlation of the Physical Forces, Prof.
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Magnetism, Prof. Farrada, no 8
Heat, Prof. Farrada, no 7
Chemical Affinity, Prof. Farrada, no 6
Gravitation' and Cohesion, Prof. Farads, no 5
Gravitation. Prof. Farads., no 4
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WEBSTER IN THE. SENATE,
WEBSTER IN THE SENATE,
Webster in the Senate,
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CRANE, SEWARD, CALHOUN,
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