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11 May 1861

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Marietta Weekly Mariettian (Newspaper) - May 11, 1861, Marietta, PennsylvaniaOr the weekly f Oral fit Miliran. Marietta car hours the following is the starting time from this place going East. Marietta accommodation at Harrisburg accommodation going West. Mail train. Harris big accommodation a a a u1. A train Wilt leave Columbia at 1 of clock and connect at Lancaster with the fast mail East and leave Lancaster for Columbia at2.45 p. M. �?�50 a. M. 516 p. M. 1m1 a. M. 6.58 p. M. Saturday May 11,1861. By we Are gratified to learn that Captain we Ltd of the Columbia Shaw Tsee guards has been promoted to the position of lieutenant colonel of the 2nd regiment of Pennsylvania volunteers a a Well merited and deserved lieutenant rambo will assume the Cap. Raincy and messes. Kalsey and Bruner act As lieutenant of the guard. By the Cookman rangers of Columbia named under the testing wished and patriotic Clergyman of the methodist Church Are ready to March at an hours notice. Col. A. W. Fisher has command of them. Thom our army correspondent. Camp Scott York a. May 7,1861. Par coi,.�?i have looked anxiously for Quot the Mariettia Quot since the beginning of our Active War service but have so far looked in vain for neglecting us Yon certainly deserve a a Short rations and extra duty a or perhaps you Are like on Lancaster neighbors ignorant that Colombia sent the first Lancaster county troops into service if so let me enlighten you. The Shawnee guards were organized on the 18th of april on the 19th they were in a Risburg agreeably to order of gov. Curtin on the 20th were mustered into the service of the United states furnished with muskets bayonets and cartridges embodied into the 2d regt. Penn. Volunteers and started toward Baltimore. On the 21st and 22ud three regiments of us were in Camp near Cockeysville 14 Miles from Baltimore. On the 23d we All returned to York and formed Quot comp Scott Quot on the grounds of the age a cultural society. We Are now about six thousand Strong a becoming Well drilled and consider ourselves ready for the Field. Our friends from Home keep us Well supplied with luxuries while others complain of sol Dies fare our company i it enjoying the Good things of life. We Are expecting orders to March on Baltimore and May possibly Hare some hot work before we get through for this we Are preparing and 1 think lie Bult ignore a a plug us lyse will do Well to Clear the track for us or they might get what they richly Merit. It would do you and your readers Good to visit our Camp pit on your Soldier a a fix inst and come Over and Dine with us on a bean soup and slap jacks a a Yon shall have full ration always providing you s. And us a a the the following is a list of our officers and privates As now in Camp since the promotion of capt. Welsh. Capt nine a. Y. Rambo 1st lieutenant a. A. Kelsey a 2ad a a Cyrus Bruner 1st sergeant George a. Souders 2m. Quot at nos Mullen 3rd a a John Peart 4th a a Jacob w. Taylor 1st corporals a. B. Brown 2nd a a James Mocanu 3rd Quot e. 0. Hoine 4th a a Joseph Wright music Eli t. Derrick and William Mintzer company Quarter master j. J. Gault. Privates. Jerome Auwerter g. , Hiram Anwerter a Robert Bruner a w. Breuer Jacob Beverson b. M. Denny w m. L. Davis Edward Dunn William Davis f. Kline Chas. Koch b. Leitenberger Charles Long Charles Leuhring c. P. Lannigan e. 11. Miller David Morgan Washington Duck Theo. Mccracken William English Richard quiz s. B. Richards John r. Richards Jerry sheets Jacob Sourbeer h. W. Smith Joseph Sourbeer Timothy Sullivan Jacob Sager Heinrich Thaler l. W. Small j. Z. Thomas John e. Tyler Julius Updegraff we. It. It. Welsh Henry Wike Maytown Lyra try Lancaster co., mustered into the service of the United states april 24, 1861, and attached to the 10th regiment Pennsylvania volunteers captains Henry a. Haines 1st lieutenant Henry s. Book 2nd Quot abm. N. Breneman lit sergeant Walter d. Carpenter 2nd a a John Brown 3rd a a John m. Kline 4th a a John Fritz 1st corporals George m. Book 2nd a a John a. Eagle 3rd a a William Bowers 4ta a a George a. Klugh Fifer John l. Jacobs Tenor Drummet Abraham Reiff. Privates. David Eshelman David Fisher George Fullerton Henry Griffin j. L. Grubb Samuel Haris j. K. Haines Henry Himble Jacob Harmon Geo. Hammaker Henry hippy u. Hogentogler cd Hambright Robert Harris George Hardo Eil s. J. Hogentogler James Wolf j. Hogentogler Lewis Worley i. L. Heck Jacob Wolfe. Geo. Hogentogler Andrew Yackley same a m. Hinkle John Zell William Jones on company is becoming one of the Best in service the boys Are All anxious to learn the Art of soldiering our officers Are of the Best. Our Captain Welsh who has since been promoted to rank of Lieut. Colonel thoroughly understands the duties of an officer is with us All the time considers himself one ofus messes with us and enveloped in his Blanket sleeps with is on the same hard ground As soundly As the roughest Man in the ranks. He is an old and in Deavors by Good example prestas in the duties of Gamp ule paper then More anon w. F. Armstrong p. V. Albright Jos. Bachman w. W. Baiter s. R. Bostick Dan a Bonger g. W. Bowers g. W. Breneman Jos. Brenner r. Carroll jr., abm. Gassel m. Clodfelter w. D. Carlton j. B. Dibeler s. Drebenstedt James Fields i. Fields Fred a Dany j. Rettenberger. James f Nley John Finley Jeff. Galbrath e. H. Green Jacob Corner John hippie Harry hippie we. Hinkle g. B. Haines Dan a Howard Isaiah Hoff c. Lightner Emanuel Myers Archibald Mullen Fred. J. Mather Aaron Mortin Moses s. Mullen John Mcadams s. N. Nophsker Henry Nye William Nixon James a. Ness John a. Paulas Benj. Rumbaugh Abraham w. Roth Harrison Roth Albert m. Roth John 11. Rinehold. George h. Seifred Henry c. Stephens William Stibgen Philip up o a 1. John 0. Bohn Jacob Seitz a. Vav. Suavely John Shroll 1-Ienry Shireman John f. Trout i. Wolfe Sherger William Weitner Samuel Wilgens George , Adam Weyer s. E. Wisner Joseph Young the Shawnee company under Captain Thomas Welsh Are now on duty. The following is a list of officers a captains Tito us Welsh a is lieutenant a. Y. Rambo lad a a k. A. Keuer let surge and we. H. H. Welsh 2 a d a a c. K. Fain it right. 3rd a a Cyrus Bruner 4 to a a Amos Mullen isl Corporal a a. B. Brown 2 and a a James Michu 3rd a a Geo. A. Souders ilk a Ajohn Peart 3 Fustey Lili t. Derrick and Mintzer. We. Quartermaster Joshua j. Gault. We have been Anable to get a list of the a Mairetta Cameron they passed through Here on thursday afternoon they seemed in excellent spirits. Oie of the party cast off his old Cap and called out As he threw it into the crowd in front of oar office door a there take that it May be the last you will Ever hear of me a the Cap fell into the hands of mrs. Wolfensberge but from whom it came Quot nobody since the above was in Type we learn our company is encamped on the agriculture grounds at Lancaster and expect to remain there for a couple of weeks. A Law recently passed the Ohio legislature allowing each uniformed member of the state militia so per year in time of Peac. They get $1.50 per Day or $3 for a Day and night if in actual service under the state. Sitlie Baltimore Patriot expresses the belief that the voters of Maryland Are three or four to one in favor of remaining in the Union. Odo Hundred and five Cincinnati printers have enlisted. Send us the finder to lip. The co partnership heretofore existing under the firm of Grove amp Roth a a has this Day april 29j been dissolved by i of a Mutual consent. All persons indebted to f the late firm will please make immediate payment and those having claims to present the same for settlement to j. H. \ Grove at the old stand with whom the i books have been left for settlement. J. H. Grove. Harrison Roth. Marietta May it 1s61. Or. J. H. Grove would embrace this Opportunity to return his acknowledgements for the Liberal support Given the late firm and inform the Public that he will continue the same business the same place. Martin Hildebrandt would most respectfully inform his old customers and the Public generally that lie has removed to second or Pike-St., four doors below the methodist e. Church adjoining the Oberlin coach works where he will be prepared to furnish All kinds of seasonable meats. Thankful for past patronage he Hopes to Merit and receive a continuation of the same at his new location. Marietta May 11, 1861. 2uf� Ozei t i��yj8c>ol�s published by order of the United states War department. Instructions in Field artillery. Prepared by a Board of artillery officers. 1 volume 8 to. $2.50. Baltimore md., Jan. 15, 1s59. Col. Cooper adj. Fen. U. A. Sir a the Light Arill Elry Board assembled by special orders no. 196 of 1856, and special orders no. 316, of 3s-5s, has the Honor to submit 5 revised systems of Light artillery tactics and regulations recommended for that Arm. We. H. French by maj. Captain first artillery. We. F. Barry Captain second artillery. Henry j. Hunt by. Maj. Captain second artillery. Hardee s tactics Pifie and Light infantry tactics for the Maneu vers of troops when acting an Light infantry err riflemen. Prepared under the direction of the War department by Brevet a text col. W. J. Hardee u. A. Vol. I. Schools of the Soldier and company instructions for skirmishers. Vol. Ii. School of the battalion. Two volumes Complete $1.50. An act to establish an uniform Mode of discipline and Field exercise for the militia of the United states. Section a. That the system of discipline and Field exercise which is and shall be ordered to be observed by the regular army of the United states in the different corps of infantry artillery and riflemen shall also be observed by the militia in the exercise and discipline of the said corps respectively throughout the United states. A approved Washington May 32, 1820. Cavalry tactics. Published by order of the War first part school of the trooper of the platoon and of the Squadron dismounted. Second part school of trooper of the platoon and of the Squadron mounted. Third part evolutions of a regiment. Three volumes 18 to. $3.75. War department Washington feb. 10,1841. $ the system of Cavelry tactics adapted to the organization of Dragoon regiments having been approved by the president of the u. S., is now published for the government of the said service. Accordingly instruction in the same will be Given after the method pointed out therein and All additions to or departures from the exercises and manoeuvres Laid do in in this system Are positively forbid cd. J. B. Poinsett Secretary of War. Mcclellan s Bayonet exercises. Manual of Bayonet exercises prepared for the use of the army of the u. By Geo b Mcclellan Captain first regiment cavalry u. A. Printed by order of the War department. One vol. 12mo. $1 25. Head quarters of the army. / Washington d. C., december 31, 1351-j Hon. M. Conrad Sec a of War sir a herewith i have the Honor to submit a system of Bayonet exercises translated from the French by Captain George b. Mcclellan corps engineers u. A. I strongly recommend its being printed for distribution in the army and that it be made by regulation a part of the a system of the enclosed extracts from reports of the suspect of general Etc., show the value. I have the Honor to be sir with High respect 1�?Tour most obedient servant Winfield Scott. At Procco c. M Conrad Sec a of War. Jan a 2, is52- r Jones adj. Gene a. Any of the above works for carded by mail free of postage to any part of die United s. On receipt of the published Price. Remittances can be made in Gold Dollar Sand postage Stamps. Address a a b. amp co. Booksellers publishers an Ltd stationers nos. 22 and 24 North 4th St., Philadelphia. Or. J. H. Grove w dealer in gigs be hic a diff Norg a of tips amp to it Market Street Marietta a. Would hereby inform the Public that he is constantly receiving fresh additions to his drug Stock and at All times keep on hand a Complete assortment of drugs medicines chemicals faints oils varnishes Dye stuffs Glass White Lead brushes of All kinds and everything usually kept by druggists and a a pm of All kind of lamps for Outing fluid Pine Oil or Coal Oil. Lamp ton. Wicks and oils constantly on hand. A nicely selected lot of All kinds of stationary envelopes pens pen holders. T 1, o for of All grades and at All prices. Perfumery pomade soaps tooth washes and a endless variety of fancy and toilet a rides allow which will be Soma reasonable prices. A kor the sunday morning Chroni a Cal a published at Washington d. The chronicle is published on a Large Folio Sheet and contains 1. A full weekly record of military and naval movements in washingtonian through out the country. 2. Original sketches of new England celebrities by an Able Northern writer. 3. A series of original sketches of the City of Washington its growth Public buildings and attractions. 4. Original sketches of the churches and clergy in Washington an account of one Church and its pastor appearing in each Issue. 5. Letters from in All the principal parts of the country. 6. Smithsonian papers containing accounts of the More recent discoveries in science in Apfl parts of the world As reported at the smithsonian institution 7. Essays sketches tales and Choice gems of Fostiy. 8. A weekly record of removals and appointments by the government. Local reports doings in the City amp a. 9. Editorials by one of the Ablest writers in the country. The object of the publishers of the chronicle will Ever be to Render it a High toned metropolitan family paper. The subscription Price by mail is $2 per annul in Advance or $1 for six months. Three copies five months $2.50. Specimen copies forwarded when desired. Address enclosing subscription in Gold or Bills James b. Sheridan amp co., publishers Washington d. 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 be purchased for $1,000, 000�?and $50,000 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 North thirteenth Street or. Killingsworth or. Keyser now at St. Lawrence hotel George c. Boyer 302 Jarvis Street or. Cripps thirteenth and Girard Avenue and others and Infin Tum 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 $1. Prop. Charles de Grath Philadelphia a. 03 none genuine without signature of prof. 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 trial. Caution be careful to ask for and get de or this electric Oil As worthless imitations abound. 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. Principal office 217 South 8 h Street Piisila. Feb. 2-Ly ,1 i a Ali ii Skly al a in a Bool store North Queen-St., near the examiner and Herald office. A o the proprietor of the Lancaster cheap Book store has availed himself of the Opportunity to Purchase a Large Stock of the most varied assortment of valuable books of every class and description. He now offers to the Public the same at proportionally and unusually Low rates. Those in want of valuable Standard works for the improving of a Well selected Library will find it to their great advantage to Call and examine the extensive Stock on hand. My object and wish is As it always was to Supply the wants of the Community with anything in my line on the most reasonable terms possible. This we find the better and Moat advantageous course for All parties. The political Leone Mist tells us a cheaper an article is the More it can and will be then the conclusion is that when we buy cheap we must sell cheap simply allowing ourselves a reasonable profit. Sunday school books. I would Call Especial attention to my Large assortment of sunday school books on hand of every variety wanted for the use of sunday schools and sell All at sunday school Union prices. 1 have the agencies for the publications of the american sunday school Union american tract society methodist Book and tract society. Also the lutheran presbyterian episcopal and other denominations Are kept on hand. It family bibles. Those in want of a neat and cheap Quarto family Bible will find it to their advantage to Call and examine at the cheap Book store the largest Stock on hand ranging form one to Twenty five dollars. Before purchasing elsewhere Call and examine the Large and cheap Stock of John Sheaffer successor to Murray Young amp co. The american watches Are among the Best timekeepers now in use and for durability strength and simplicity far surpass any other watch made in the world. Or l. By e. J. Z aim. Corner of North Queen-St., and Centre Square Lancaster pa., have them Lor Sale at the Verj lowest rates every watch accompanied with the manufacturers go Arrance to ensure its genuineness. Of heated Ware. A Large and Fine Stock a of plated Ware at a l. Amp e. J. Zahme a Corner of North Queen Street amp Center Square. Lancaster a. Tea setts in variety Coffee urns. Pitchers goblets Salt stands cake baskets card baskets spoons Forks knives. Casters &c., &c., at manufacturers prices. Relating attended to at moderate rates. S till in the Union. John Cir a jul. Hatter no. 92 Market Street Marietta takes this method of informing his old friends and the Public generally that he has re taken his old stand recently occupied by George l Mackley and is now permanently fixed to prosecute the Hatting business in All its branches having just returned from the City where he selected a Large Varit d and fashionable assortment of everything in the hat and Cap line and now Only asks an examination of his Stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. Having also Laid in a Stock of Hatting material he will be enabled at Short notice to manufacture All qualities from the common soft to the most fashionable silk hat. Employing none but the Best of workmen and manufacturing Good goods at Low prices he Hopes to Merit and receive a Liberal share of Public patronage. 03�?o the highest Price paid for Trade or Cash. Marietta March 9, 1861. N a it or in a go Quot be h b 1 ii a a a 5.5. A a p w o a 66 -,2 o o so of a a i is i n 03 2 a a e i a 1a it i it. R 1 3 2 2 amp 3 Siel i e c a w o w co a a a w it co s o a w a w h in 55a w % h h Volt us a k a o pm w plot to it o Ritter a celebrated truss surgical bandages shoulder braces instruments for deformity amp a. These articles Aro -3 very highly recommended by Pioves airs pin Cost and Gross of the Jefferson medical College of Philadelphia and the undersigned knows Thorn to be the Best Arri cies of the kind in use. F. Hinkle m. D. A Fine assortment of Flavouring extracts for cooking something very Nice. Liquid rennet for making delicious desserts. Porcine Honey and othe Fine soaps. Kran Giannie and other extracts. For Sale at Hinkles. Burnetts cocaine. A compound of Cocoa nut Oil &c., for dressing the hair. For Efficacy and agreeableness it is without an equal. It prevents the hair from falling off. It promotes its healthy and Vajger outgrowth. It is not Greasy or Sticky. It leaves no disagreeable odor. It softens the hair when hard and dry. It soothes the irritated Scalp skin. It affords the richest Lustre. 11 remains longest in effect. For Sale at Grove amp Roth a. Drug if perfumery store Market Streer. Embroideries just received the largest and most desirable lot of embroideries eve of Lerud for Sale Here consisting in part of Beautiful French worked Collera under sleeves spencers Swiss and Jackonette edging and inserting Floun cing &c., which will be sold at prices that Carnot fail to give satisfaction by j. H. Diffenbach Market Street. James m. Anderson respectfully announces to the citizens of Marietta and Vicinity that he has just received direct from the Eastern markets one of the largest and Best assorted stocks of confectionary Ever offered in this Borough consisting of candies foreign fruits and nuts toys and Holiday presents m endless variety. Come and see and be convinced of the Fine assortment and the Low Pri. Ces at which everything in his line is Selling. Marietta hygienic water cure. John Cameron m. A a. Of the Hygeia therapeutic College new York has located at or. Cushman a Corner Marietta and respectfully tenders his profession Able services to the sick who wish to get cured of their diseases without converting their stomachs into drug shops. April 13, 1861. Or j. Z. Hoffer dentist of the Baltimore College of Dentai. Surgery late of Harrisburg a office front Street fourth Doon from Locust Over Saylor amp Mcdon _ aids Book store. Columbia. Entrance be Ween the drug and Book stores. 3-Ly a general assortment of All psf kids of it i building hardware locks hinges screws bolts cellar grates paints oils Glass and Putty very cheap. Sterrett amp co. C1loths and very us Penor selection of French and German cloths and Cassimera and a variety of Beautiful vesting a new and fashionable lot just arrived at Diffenbach s cheap store. Of i a mfg Fuff a acts. a a ouzo j. R. Diffenbach at no. 61 Market Street Marietta pa., has just received his hew Stock of Spring goods. O he is placing on his shelves and ready for examination and Sale the largest and Best selected Stock of fashionable Spring goods Ever offered in this Borough to which he now invites the attention of the Public. New styles fancy dress goods Superior makes of Silks a Large assortment of Calico. Extra Quality muslims All prices Best make of flannels do a Large Stock of shawls Plain and barred�?Tsack7d flannels. White goods mitts linens embroideries dress trimmings laces gloves Hosies very Large Stock of Domestic goods. Spring sat Netts and Cassimeris bleached and unbleached muslims Delaine Calico and Gin Haws diet Toga sheeting and Cheeks Pant stuff Hickory and ticking splendid Calico for six cents Good Quality Muslin six cents heavy unbleached muslims six cents. Embossed paper co Lara ten for a Quarter paper neck ties something new cheap and Beautiful. All kinds of House furnishing goods. Linen and Woolen table covers. Plain ornamental and oiled window blinds and Patent fixtures Wall papers carpets floor Oil cloths. Canton matting amp a. Wall and window paper transparent blinds. Glass Queen Warfe and Cedar Ware. Gaiters slippers boots shoes brogans amp a. S3�?o very Superior syrup at 50 Cento a gallon. All kinds of liquors wholesale or retail. Ie3=a Large Stock of cheap Ignoc Fries. The highest Price Given for country produce. Lumber Yard. J. Grosh amp son lumber dealers. Yard at the Eastern part of m Arietta. 03 please Call at their office adjoining the three Story Brick House at the canal. New brass a lock so Good time k keepers for one Dollar. Clocks watches and jewelry carefully re moderate at Wolfe a. 50 Monon Valiela whiskey is which will he sold at the lowest fates by the Bartel or gallon at. Whiffen Bache a cheap store. Store room to room lately occupied by mias Margaret Trainer As a millinery. Inquire of it a \ Barr Spangler. To v b5v Oil fist s. Rathvon merchant tailor and Clothier at f. J. Kramph s old stand on the Corner of North Queen and Orange streets Lancaster Penn a. Or a t e f u l to the citizens of Marietta and Vicinity for the Liberal patronage heretofore extended the undersigned respectfully solicits a continuance of the same assuring them that under All circumstances no efforts will be spared in rendering a satisfactory equivalent for every act of Confidence reposed. Cloths and al stings and such other seasonable material As fashion and the Market furnishes constantly kept on hand and manufactured to order promptly and reasonably As taste or style May suggest. Also a Kaov made clothing gentlemen a furnishing goods and such articles As usually belong to a merchant tailoring and clothing establishment. Rathvon merchant tailor so Clothier n. E. Cor. Of n. Queen and Orange its. Lancaster april 13, 1861, Teto a Luzbel unil Coul the subscriber having purchased the property lately occupied by Clark amp Zell. Would most respectfully Call the attention of his old friends and customers to to the fact that he is now prepared to sell lumber and Coal at the very lowest figures by boat Load Carload of otherwise. His Stock of lumber will be selected from one of the Best manufactories and cannot fail to give satisfaction. He is also prepared to Supply a Bill stuff at Short notice and at Low prices. His Stock of Coal will consist of Shamokin red and White Ash Baltimore company Lykens Valley &c., a l of which he will sell by the Boatload car Load or by the s Ingle ton. He will als continue the receiving of Coal at very Low figures. Thomas Zell. Marietta april 20,18g1-40. Jujj Brenneman to is Marietta friends he has removed from Centre Square to West k1ng-St., Lancaster opposite Coopers hotel where he has the finest Boot and shoe s l Olie in Lancaster City. He makes Fine Calfskin Bools the Best for $4� Calfskin walking shoes $2,25 ladies half gaiters double soles $2,00 ladies Morocco boots heels $12 he has concluded to make the Best work at somewhat reduced prices and Hopes by so doing to enlarge and increase his business. 03 mending of every kind Nealjr done. Citizens of Marietta a when you come to Lancaster give Brenneman a Call and you will surely be pleased with his work. September 15, i860 9-tf Fri. Removal. Geo w. Orjtall7. Surgeon dentist having removed to the rooms formerly occupied by or. Swentzel adjoining Spangler a Patterson s store Market Street where he is now prepared to wait on All who May feel disposed to patronize him. Titt dentistry in All its branches carried on. Teeth inserted on the most approved principles of dental science. All operations on the Mouth performed in a skillful and Workmanlike manner on fair principles and on very reasonable terms. Having determined upon a permanent location at this place would ask a continuation of the Liberal patronage heretofore extended to him for which he will Render every possible satisfaction. 03&Quot Ether administered to proper persons. Removal. Amp by m. J. Trainer having removed her millinery establishment to Fulkus new building near Market Square where she Hopes to meet Hei friends and old customers a d Merit and receive a continuation of the Liberal patronage heretofore extended to her. We. B. Redgrave commission lumber merchant West Falls Avenue Baltimore my. Respectfully offers his services for the Sale of l u m b e r of every description from his knowledge of the business he feel confident of being Able to obtain the highest Market rates for everything entrusted to him. Notice to citizens. To order to prevent our alleys becoming the receptacle for All manner of filth and garbage All persons Are hereby notified to refrain from throwing the rubbish of gardens or offal of any kind into the alleys and if detected in so doing they will positively be dealt with according to Law. James Park Marietta May 4, 1861. Chief Burgess. Flavouring extracts Vanilla Strawberry Pine Apple Almond Rose Lemon just received1 and for Sale at Grove 4 Rothes. Fifteen empty molasses off amp Hogsheads for Sale at �o�b�7 j. R. Diffenbau c cps. S or i to goods at panic prices a a a Espa it Gler amp Patterson no. 66 Market Street Marietta pa., Are now supplied with a full Stock of every description of Day goods grocery est 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 an icicles in our line z dry Good s. Notions Etc. Groceries. Fancy and Black Silks gloves sugars Shallia la Villas mouse de Laines silk Poppins lawns Gingham Cassimera cloths velvet Gords Cotton ads Kentucky jeans shawls dusters hosiery coffees handkerchiefs Rice collars sleeves Mackerel cravats White fish suspenders herring hats cod fish umbrellas syrups parasols cheese shirt breasts Tea dress trimmings Rice tides dried fruit head nets spices belts starch. House furnishing goods. In Grain t hag three Fly and venetian carpets. Decorative Wall and window papers Gilt Boquet and landscape transparent blinds sheeting Hoeks. Ticking shirting crash diaper and damask table cloths table floor and window Oil cloths blankets co aft terpenes and Marseilles quilts. 10,000 Yards Cali Coes at from 5 to 10 cents per Yard. Marietta april 10,1861. The Peoples hat and Cap store. Shultz amp brother no. 20 North Queen Street practical halters manufacturers wholesale and retail dealers in hats and Caps of every description. We have now in store the largest and most Complete assortment of Spring style hats % Caps Ever kept in this City. We Are now manufacturing four new and elegant varieties of Spring style silk and Caa Simer hats. A splendid silk hat for three dollars and a Superior article for four Felt hats. _ new and elegant styles of Spring and summer Felt hats from the finest Beaver to the commonest Wool ranging in prices from $5.00 to 50 cents. 031 we Are amply prepared to a a jobs All goods in our line to dealers at the most reasonable rates. They will find it to their advantage to Call and examine our Large and Superior Slock. To those friends who during the past have steadfastly continued their very Liberal patronage we return our sincere thanks and Trust by strict attention to business fair dealing and Low prices combined with the Superior excellence of our goods to Merit a continuance of past favors. 03s shipping furs bought and the highest Price paid in Cash. John a. Shultz Henry a. Shultz. Lancaster april. 13, 861. Howard association Philadelphia. A benevolent institution established by special endowment Jor the Relief of the sick and distressed with virulent and epidemic d senses and especially for the cure of Bise Sec of the sexual organs. Medical advice Given Gratis by the acting surgeon to All who apply by letter with a description of their condition age occupation habits of life &c., and in cases of extreme poverty medicines furnished free of charge. Valuable reports on and other diseases of the sexual organs and on the new remedies employed in the dispensary sent to the afflicted in scaled letter envelopes free of charge. Two or three postage Stamps will be acceptable to pre postage. Address a. J. Skillin Houghton acting surgeon Howard association to. 2 South 9th St., Philadelphia. By order of the directors. Ezra d. Heartwell president. George Fairchild Secretary assigned estate of the late firm of a. in designed assignees of a. Fit j. Schock of East Donegal twp., Lancaster county hereby give notice to the creditors and All person interested that by voluntary deed of assignment said a. Fee j. Schock have assigned their property real and personal to the undersigned for the Benefit of their creditors and All persons indebted to the said a. Amp j. Schock Are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims or demands will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned residing in Marietta Borough a Benj. F. Hiestand John Kline As Agnees. I s8igned estate of the late firm of a a. H. Amp j. undersigned assignees of a. 11, so j. Schock of East Donegal twp., Lancaster county hereby give notice to creditors an fall put sons interested that by voluntary deed of assignment said a. H. Amp j. Schock have assigned the property of said partnership being Irr the counties of Lancaster Center and Clearfield real and personal to the undersigned for the Benefit of their creditors and All persons indebted to the said a. H. So j. Schock Are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims or demands will present them by authenticated to the undersigned residing m Marietta Borough. Benj of. Hiestand John Klin assignees. Assigned estate of Abaham Schock. The undersigned Seig Dubb of Abraham Schock of East Donegal county hereby give Nestico to creditors and All Pel sons interested that by Volun sugar deed of sign mint said abm. Schock has assigned Fol property real and personal for the Benefit of his creditors Andall persons indebted to the said abm Schroek Are requested to make immediate Yaa la and those having claims or do Mandy if Len ent them duly authenticated to the lab Ned. Residing in Marietta Borough. Benj. F. do in Kline assignees. 1 Yea sacks of g round axum Sall l a Vyrus received and will be sold below the old prices by a r. D�ff�nb�\3h> spokes Feu Oes Wagon bows n. Varni Sites. Amp a. Sterrett by co. 1rf.ncu Mustard in pots at Wolfe a. undersigned commissioners of Lancaster county to meet the payment of $2000 appropriated for the support of the families of those patriotic men who have left their Homes for the defence of their country agreeably to the recommendation of the grand jury hereby give notice that they will borrow the sum above mentioned for one year from any person or persons and in such sum or sums As May suit at an interest at five per cent per annul. All persons wishing to make the said loan will please Call without delay. Joseph Boyers Levi s. Reist John Doner commissioners. Commissioners office Lancaster april22,�?T61. 1 Orta ble lamps. A new and most convenient and perfectly Safe lamp called the a portable Coal Oil lamp a Tor Sale cheap at Grove afro Ike a drug store. B Altimore Black fat tobacco or Eanett a Cavendish fire Fly Sega is at Wolfe a. 1um drops stewarts new Yore cum drops 8 varieties at Wolfe a b by one of those Beautiful s o f t hats at Crullo a 92 Market of. The largest and Best a sort Rentof fancy cloth amp Cassimeris and vesting Ever offered in this Market and will be sold at a ticks which defy Competition by j. R. Diffen Bash brands guar ranted to be genuine. Benjamin % co b oys Spring Caps a Skull a a no. Market St. Go t. Croix and be w England it Jofs a culinary purposes warranted Genu at of. P. Pettye to attn 4 co s

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