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.hill with i.roprolif y these sacred synt
hats wir 714 life 3 lif•crly and parer.
F. L. BAKER. EDITOR.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5,1861
GM. CAMERON AND DRAFTIND The
order of the 'Secretary of War, to the
authorities of lowa not to draft men for
the army, as was proposed in that State,
is commented upon very generally says
"Occasional." of the Press, some taking
sides with, others against the order of
,the Secretary. It is certainly desirable
that the army may bo filled up without
drafting, but it must be acknowledged
that many in the States, especially those
in the North, are slow in sending for
ward reinforcements. The Bull Run
affair has been repeated, and worse than
repeated in its results, is Missouri, and
that, too, solely on account of the mea
greness of our army in that State ; yet
Fremont is called upon, and is actually
sending troops forward to defend the
capital, while our Eastern cities are
teeming with unemployed, able-bodied
young men, who refuse to come forward
in defence of their country. This thing
is a mistery to all classes here. The
very States whose Representatives in
Congress were most ready to vote the
President an army of 500,000 men have
not yet sent in their quota of men for
an, army of even halt that size. Mass
achusetts is offering men $2O each bean
'ty, and with that inducement, Gen. Wil
son's regiment is filling up but slowly.
Vermont and other Northern States
are also backward in sending forward
men, and the indications are not at all
favorable for a full army at an early day
without a draft, at least from some of
COL. J. M. AICOARTEIetI REGI3tENT.—
We understand that the Rev. J. M. Mc-
Carter, of Lebanon, who recently resign
ed his pastorship for the purpose of
raising a regiment of infantry, has, in
the abort time of fourteen days, enrolled
eight hundred men, and expects to com
plete his regiment in a few days. James
W. Johnston brother of ox-Governor
William F. Johnston, and colonel of the
late Fourteenth Pennsylvania Regiment,
under whom li Mr: McCarter served as
chaplain, will occupy the post of lion
tenant colonel in the new regiment of
Lebanon Infantry. This place ho ac
copts ont of compliment to Mr. McCar
ter, having repeatedly been offered a
cOlonelcy by Governor Curtin, which
he de'clined to accept.
FOZMONT'S BODY CUARD...-GOD. Flo
mout's body guard consists of ono hund
red and fifty young men, tip flower of
St. Louis. The horses are all of the
same color, dark chestnut, and of equal
height and appearance. The uniform
of the body guard, which has been chief
ly furnished by the general himself, con
sists of black jackets and pants, with
yellow stripes, of the finest woolen cloth.
Captain Zagoni, who is commander of
the body guard, is %Hungarian, and was
In former years, commander of General
Bern's body guard, with which her went
oat in tho wars, two hundred and fifty
strong bold fellows, of whom only seven
teen returned with him. Capt. Zagoni:
fine looking soldier, and regarded
with the deepest affection by all the
men under his command.
Cr The 'National Intolligoncer has
a long editorial on Gon. Premont, with
quotations from the Now York Tribune,
Evening Post, Times, and Commercial
Advertiser, and Boston, Advertiser, and
St. Louis Republican, all tending to
show a want.of capacity on the part of
the General. The Intelligencer con
cludes with this remark : "We recite
these expressions of the public press
as beldnging to the history of the times,
and because it would be uselese longer
to conceal the fact that the publio con
fidence in the commander of the West
ern Department (in some of its aspects
the most important department of all)
Las been shaken to its base."
wir It is said, in some quarters, that
there is not men enough in the field, and
that they can't be had I Il it shall so
prove, then we do not deserve either a
name or a country. It is said that no
able-bodied young man in the south
dare show his face out of the ranks,—
The women send petticoats to all who
make the experiment. If our women
would do the same thing here, it would
help on the enrollment amazingly.
VT If the south with less than half
the population of the North, can tern
out more men than the latter, she will
succeed and deserves to succeed, too
If think more tit' our personal com
fort than we do of our liberties, we aro
unfit to bear the name of freemen--and
the sooner we are "subdued" by a superi
or"power, the better. A few more re
verses like that at Lexington, and we
shall have corneal-theyight ,of being des
pised by the meanest rower on earth.
T nu. F LT( .)1 r OF BeEcKiNaino E.—There
something, peculiarly piquant in llio
particulars of the flight ofJohn C. B reek
inridge from the loyal portions of Ken
tucky, which are published in the ac
count of that event, given by the Louis
ville Journal. Seeking shelter and con
cealment behind a despised negro slave,
as he sat in a carriage which convoyed
him for the present to a place of safety
the only additional protection upon
which he appeared to rely at the outset
of his journey was such as he supposed
would bo furnished by a:company of Se
cession "Home Guards," who had re
cently stolen arms designed and pur
chased for the defence of the State, with
the intention of using them in a savage
war against it. What. an ignominious
position is this for ono who lately hold
the second office in the gift of the Amer
ican people, and who, a year ago, was
a prominent candidate for the Presiden
cy ! During the canvass of 1860 a par
allel was frequently drawn between the
ex-Vice President and Aaron Burr,
who, like him, had enjoyed the second
honors of the Republic, and seeing its
highest station almost within his grasp,'
had proved a traitor to the generous
party which had adored and elevated
him ; had made the first practical at
tempt to establish a secession conspira
cy in this country, and had been com
pelled to seek safety in flight from .the
officers of justice who sought to arrest
.him for treason. This parallel has been
greatly strengthened by recent events,
but tho difference .between the two is
that Burr was infinitely the least guilty.
A year ago it seemed harsh and unjust
to Breckinridgo to compare him with
. Burr. Now it seems unjust to the
memory of Burr to say that his career
affords a parallel to that of Breckin
ridge. The former• was the most gifted
and the least infamous; he did much,
more to benefit the American people,
and much loss to injure them, than his
Kentucky, no doubt, owes her unhap
py position to-day as much to the influ
ence and counsels of John C. Brockin
ridge as to those of any other living
man. Had he not given aid and com
fort to the enemies of his country, and
not endeavored to rally a party in their
support, it is scarcely possible that they
would have derail to invade his native
State. Bad he resisted the blandish
ments of the traitors a year ago, their
schemes would probably never' have
been attended with even partial and
temporary success in any considerable
portion of tho country. Bad he been
as loyal as ho was ambitious, as devoted
to.tho Union as ho was to the desperate
conspirators who made him their confi
dent and champion, ho might have saved
the lives of thousands who will fall vic
tims to the war, saved millions of trea
sure, and earned a position in the his
tory of our country as glorious and hon
orable as the ono he now occupies is dis
graceful and ignore i nions.—Forney's Press.
Cra7 The Business of the Pennsylvania
Railroad is very much greater at this
time, says a ilarrishurg paper, than one
bot thoroughly conversant' with railroad
affairs would imagine. Our contempo
rary adds, that it is informed, by one
who knows, that if the business of the
road does not fall off between this and
the first of November, the end of the
fiscal `ar, the receipts for 1861 will be
upwards of seven millions of dollars.—
The company.has done an immense car
rying trade for the Government since
the war commeced, at a liberal reduc
tion below the current rates.
4 The Maine Election has resulted
in favor of the Republican candidates
by a majority of some 14,000. This
party offered to abandon their organiza-
Coo, in the present condition of the
country, and unite with the Democrats
upon a Union ticket, but it was declined,
and this Democrats ran two tickets—the
Union war ticket and the White Feather
ticket, but the majority for the Repub
licane over both, is about as stated
above. Thu Legislature is also strong
ly of tha soma political complexion.
Vi' An elderly lady who attended a
meeting of the First Vermont regiment
arose, full of entluniasrn, and said she
thanked God that aho was able to do
something for her country , ; her two sons
all she, possessed in the world, were in
the regiment, and the only thing that
she had to regret was that she could not
have known it twenty years ago—she
would have furnished more of them.
A "bill to prevent amalgamation of
the different races of men" has lately
been passed by the California Tiegisla
tare. The bill makes it a penal offence
for any white person to intermarry with
any "colored person," whether of the Af
rican or Asiatic races.
Selah Matthews, one of the most
i eminent lawyers of Western New York,
was prcistrated by a stroke of appoplexy,
at Rochester, on the 11th ult., while en
gaged in arguing a case in court. He
was taken home in an unconscious state,
and died the next morning.
DEATH FROM FRIGHT.-A servant girl
in Cincinnati by the name of Black.
while standing on the-steps with a child
in her arms, a few days ago, was so
frightened by a drunken colored woman
that she fell with much force upon the
idowcilk, and died almost instantly,
B RECKINRIDOTI ON VIE WING : —The
Louisville Journal of the 25th ultimo
says : We learn from Mt. Sterling that
on Friday morning, about 4 o'clock, a
buggy containing two gentlemen and a
negro boy, passed through that town,
slopping for a few minutes at the house
of an ex-official, and took the State road
towards the Virginia line. Several gen
tlemen* met the buggy on the
One of the travelers was closely muffled,
and .whenever they were about meeting
any one the negro boy raised himself so
as to cover the muffled figure. One of
the Secessionists in Mt. Sterling reveal
ed the fact on Friday that J. 0. Brock
inridge had gone through on his way to
Virginia or Tennessee. Lincoln's "Hess
ian cloak" is forever eclipsed now.
DONViI ox Musx.—Godey, the popular
publisher of a book for the ladies, is con
strained to speak out boldly in the" June
number against musk, which the ladies
sometimes allow themselvs to be infest
ed by. He says : "We contend that no
woman should be allowed to enter a car
or a church who is covered with this vile
perfume. It is sickning to many and to
many ladies it causes the headache. In
many places, whore there is little ventila
tion, the smell is very offensive and
heavy. The general supposition is that
those who use it have some 'powerful mo
tive for doing so--somothing upon the
counter irritation principle; the same
reason that accompanies gout; a person
having that does not hood a lesser pain."
FOR'EIGN.-By the steamer Kangaroo
we have farther news. The Great Eas
torn sails with throe regiments for Can
ada about the middle of September, and
afterwards goes to Now York. Another
terrible railroad accident has occnred
on one of the suburban roads near Lon
don, by which thirteen persons killed
and fifty wounded. In Italy additional
successes over the brigands are report
ed, and also some collisions have occur
od between tho Piedmentese troops and
tho Papal Jens d'armes. In England
the cotton market was buoyant ; bread
stuffs firmer at an advance.
SOUTHERN TRACUERS.--Much fault hav
ing boon found with the Board of Educa
tion in Charleston S. C., for employing
Northern teachers, they say in defences:
"Nor has tho Board failed to look
through the South from Norfolk to Now
Orleans, for coadtutors in this work—
soaking through colleges and academies
in vain. Tho teacher's profession, un
happily, seems but little appreciated and
cultivated at the South."---N. Y. Teacher.
"E xcirixo Cnurosrry,—Sir Charles
Lyell tolls a story of a gentleman who,
being asked in a stage coach bow he had
lost his leg, made his follow passengers
promise that if he told them, they would
ask no moro questions on the subject.—
lie then said, "it was bitten off." To
have thus precluded them for- tho rest
of a long journey from asking how it was
bitten off, was a truly ingenious mode
of putting impertinent curiosity on the
Low PRICES AT TEIS WEST.—The
tromo west suffers considerably in con
sequence of the war for want of a market
for its superabundant products. A let
ter from lowa says that eggs were sell
ing there at one cent a dozen, and corn
at fifteen cents a bushel ; apples, with
which the trees are loaded down, 25 to
30 cents per bushel; flour Ltwo dollars
per hundred pounds, &e.
Ifir Some towns aro favored in a pe
cuniary manner by the war. Ports
mouth, N.H., was never more flourishing
before than it is now made by the gov
ernment works. Nearly two thousand
mon, we aro told, are employed in the
navy-yard—a number equal to all the
men in Portsmouth before, and they
keep money in quick circulation.
rlir Twenty-six Parrot rifled cannon,
of which ten are 20 pounders, have re
cently been loaned to the general gov
ernment by the State of Now York,
and sixty additional guns of the same
class have been ordered, with carriages,
caissons, battery wagons and forges.
we The Treasury Department is still
actively engaged in the preparation of
the Treasury notes. Large amounts
have been sent to the wertern states,
where they enter at once into the home
circulation, and aro eagerly taken up.
The President has issued a com
mission as captain in the navy to Ad
miral Zorman, lato of the Mexican navy.
Captain Zerman is detailed for service
with General Fremont's column, and
will probably have an important position
in the flotilla preparing for a - voyage
down the Mississippi. He was former
ly in the Turkish navy, where he saw.
much service, and accuired considerable
reputation as an officer.
ww James B. Clay was admitted to
bail ia $lO.OOO before Judge Catron, to
appear at tho January term. Tom Clay
and Tom Jacobs entered his bail.
gir Jay Cooke & Co., have been ap
appointed Government agents for the
delivery of the Treasury notes. See
Cardin this week's paper.
On Thuisday morning last, Mn. SADIUEL
JOiPSOIA, of this borugh, aged 70 yenta.
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FRENCH. FEMALE PILLS:—LadiCS who wish
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take them if they have reason to believe they
are in certain situations (the particulars of
which will be found on the wrapper accom
panying each box,) though always safe and
healthy, so gentle, yet so active are they.
Price $1 per box. They can be mailed to
any pact of the United States or Canada.
To THE Lanus—Who need confidential
medical adviser with regard to any of those
interesting complaints to which their delicate
organization renders them liable, are paiticu
ar y invited to consult us.
THE " ELECTRO-GALVA NIC PROTECTIVE."
For married ladies whose health will not ad
mit, or who have no desire to increase their
families, may be obtained as above. It is a
perfectly Bak preventive to conception, and
has been extensively used during the last 20
years. Pric: reduced to 810.
TIIE SECRET OF - YOUTH UNVEILED
A Treatise on the Cause of Premature De
cay— A solemn warning. Just published, a
book showing the insidious progress and pre
valence among schools, [both male and fe
male.] of this fatal habit, pointing out the
fatality that invariably attends its victims, and
developing the whole progrelis of the disease,
from the commencement to the end.
It will be sent by Mail on receipt of two 
Attendance daily, from S in the morning till
9 at night, and on Sundays from 2 till 5 r. Sr.
.Medicines with full directions sent to any
part of the United States or Canaries,: by pa
tients communicating their symptomsby letter.
Business correspondence strictly confidential.
icy Dr. L's Office instill located as establish
ed, under the name of DR. LA CROIX, at
No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y.
*TILEETRIC OM The cures made by Pro
-111 fessor McGrath, with his Electric Oil,"
are so nesr miraculous as to resemble the fam
:id Scripture accounts of similar cures in an
cient times by the annointing with oil, and
these cures are so wonderful and instantan
eous, so satisfactory and 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 ibis
" Electric Oil."
Professor DE GRATIT, therefore, has deposit
ed $lOO with thelayor, the same to be forfeit
ed if the " Electric Oil," sold at Philadelphia,
fails to cure a single case , of Rheumatism. or
Pains in the Back, or Limbs, .Piles, Sores or
Burns, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Caked Breast, Sore
Nipples, Bronchial Afrections,Swelled Glands,
Felons, Stiffness rn. the Joints, Sprains,
Bruises, Bruises, Sores, on man or beast, or
Scratches or Splints on horses ; also Deafness.
Price 20 cents, 50 cents, and $l.
PROF. DIXILILLES DE DRATII,
9 - • None genuine without signature of Prof,
C. BE GRATIS. Labels signed in writing.
Principal Depot No. 217 South Eighth St.
Philadelphia. Country dealers and druggists
can be supprted wholesale and retail. Price
25 cents, 50 cents, and $1 per bottle.
Try everything else ; give this one simple
CAUTION-13e careful to ask for and get Da
GRA.TII'S Electric Oil, as worthless imitations
There sic numerous imitations sprung up on
the, reputation Illy 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.
DAVID COO IRAN,
.Painter, Glazier and Paper Hanger.
WOULD most respectfully inform the cit
izens of Marietta and the public gener
ally that he is prepared to do
l'aper flanging, 43^c.,
At very short notice and at prices to suit the
times. Ile can be found at his mother's resi
dence on the corner of Chesnut and Second
streets, a few doors below the M. E. Church,
and immediately opposite the old Oberlin
Coach Works. [Aug. 3-Iy.
in ) ITT ER , S Celebrated Truss, Surgical Ban
doges, Shoulder Braces, Instruments for
Deformity , Stc. These articles aro
very highly recommended by Proles-
soriPancoast and Gross of the Jefferson Med
ical College of Philadelphia, and the under
signed knows them to be the best articles, of
the kind in use. F. Hinkle, M. D.
A fine assortment of Flavoring Extracts for
Cooking—something very nice.
Liquid Rennet for making delicious desserts.
Pontine, Honey and othe fine Soaps.
Frangipaunie and other Extracts.
For sale by Dn. 11. LANDIS.
BURNETT'S Cocoaine.--A compound of
Cocoa-nut Oil, &c., for dressing the flair.
For efficacy and agreeableness, it is without
an equal. It prevents the hair from falling off.
It promotes its healthy and vigerousgrowths
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 lichest lustre.
It remains longest in effect. For sale at
Drug 4- Perfumery Stare, Market street.
50 - DARI . IELS Monongahela Whiskey
gj which will be sold at the lowest
market. ratesiby the barrel or gallon," at
J. R. Diffenbach's Cheap Store.
CiIIAMPAGNE and other Table Wines,
guarranteedlo be pure, and sold as low as
can he bought in Philadelphia or New-York.
H. D. BENJAsIur, Picot Building.
Vanilla, Strawberry, Pine Apple,
Almond, Rose, Lemon,
just received and for sale at Dr. Graves.
- LIXCELLENT Cooking and Eating Apples
always on hand at ,Anderson's.
BRANDIES—aII brands—guatranteed gen
uine. Alexander D. Reese.
B 0 LEN'S lung celebrated GIN,
H. D. BENJAMIN.
A Newt Supply just received at
FOR SALE idiElIP FOR EASH.
TrAVING just received a large and nicely
ri selected stock of all kinds of
Ladies' and Gentleman's Wear,
which will be sold at very moderate rates for
Silks, a full line at old prices,
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, Laces, Gloves, llosires,
Very large stock of Domestic goods.
Cloths, Cussimeres, Vestings,
Bleached and Unbleached Muslins.
Delaines, Calicos and Ginghams,
Drillings, Shootings and Checks,
Pant Stuff, Ilickory and 'Pickings,
Embossed Paper Colars, ten for a Quarter,
Paper Neck-Ties—something new, cheap and
ALL KINDS or Boum Funntsrilito GOODS.
Linen arid Woolen Table covers.
Plain, Ornamental and Oiled• Window Blinds
and Patent Fixtures,
Wall Papers, Carpets,Floor Cloths.
Canton Matting, &c.
Wail and Window Paper,
Glass, Queensware and Cedarware.
The above goods have been purchased
LOW FOR CASH.
and will be sold at correspondingly low prices,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
of all kinds and prices, constantly on hand.—
Monongahela Whisky by the barrel at Pitts
burg prices, the freight added.
Marietta, Sept. 21, 11161
*VA WINES AND LIQUOUS.
Alexander D. Reese,
WINE AND LIQUOR DEALER,
Main Street, [EAST NV . ..van] Mount Toy,
Lancaster Counts, Pa.
THE undersigned would most rewpectfiqly
bag leave to inform the public that he ha
opened a WIT.% AND LIQUOR STORK in all its
branches. lie will constantly keep on hand
all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Trish and Scotch
Whisky, Cordials, Bitters, ST.
Also, a very superior Old Rye Whisky just
received, which is warranted pure.
A choice article of German Wine. Various
brands of Champagne Wines.
a-All A. D. It. now asks of the public is a
careful examination of his stock and prices,
which will, he is quite confident, result in lin
tel keepers and others finding it to their advan
tage to , make their purchases of him.
ALSO—Kerosene, or Coal Oil, Pine Oil and
Fluid at reduced prices, at the "Enterprise
Wine 4r Liquor &ore." A. D. It ass.
Mount Joy, June 22, 18G1-Iy..
Dealer in Hardware,
Cedartoare, Paints, Oils, Glass,
NM& 0 00 1 i, f ait 40 olio 5106e5, &c.,
WOULD take this means of informing the
citizens of Marietta and vicinity that he
is prepared to furnish anything in his line,
consisting in part, of Table Cutlery of all
kinds ; Building an d Housekeeping - Hard
ware, in all styles, Cutlery, Tools, Paints, Oils,
Glass, Varnishes, Cuderware, Tubs, Buckets;
Churns, Knives, Forks, Spoons, Shovels, Po
kers, Tongs, Candlesticks, Pans, Waiters, Cop
per and llrass Kettles, Door, Deak, Pad and
all other kind of Lucks, - Nails, Spikes and
in fact everything usually kept in a well regula
ted Hardware establishment.
B. S. R&TIIVON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At E Examples Old Stand, on the Cor
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
QR A T El? U L 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, CA S. , IIII}TRES A ND V ESTINGS, and
such other seasonable material as fashion and
_furnishes, constantly kept on hand
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or style may suggest.
A LSO, - - - NEA DY-MAD E CLOTH LNG,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Gsoods
and such articles as usually belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
JOILN BELL, Merchant Tailor,
Cor. of Market-st., and Elbow Lane, Marietta
RATEFUL for past favors I wonld robier
kjmy thanks to mynutnerous friends and pa
trons and inform them that I still continue the
old business atthe old stand, where I will be
pleased to see them at all times, and having a
full and splendid assortment of
CLOTHS, CA SSIMERES VBSTIVOS,
which will be mode up to order at the shortest
notice by the best of workmen, and on reasona
ble terms, I would be pleased, therefore, to wait
upon my old customers and all who see proper
to patronize me hereafter. rOct.29-'5O.
Henry Landis, lit D.,
OFFERS his professional services to the
citizens of Marietta and vicinity.
Can be found at his Drug store, formerly
Dr. Hinkle's, at all times when not elsewhere
To litY FRIT:NDS: Having been called to
a position in the U. S. Navy, I hereby resign
my profession to the rare and attention of Dr.
henry Landis, in whom I have every con
fidence, having had ample'opportunity of as
certaining his ability to 1111 my place.
F. RINKLE, M. D.
J. A. CONGDON
Opposite the residence of Col. John W. Clark,
Market-st., Marietta, Pct.
rompt attention given to securing and coi
-1 lecting Claims, and Orphans' Court busi
ness generally. Will attend to business in
Lancaster and adjoining counties.
Conveyancing and other writing 3 promptly
IWrIND AND LIQUORS.
Superior Old Brandy, Old Rye Whiskey,
Holland Gin, Old Maderia, Lisbon, Sherry and
Pittsburg Whiskey always on halal at the
lowest market prices. Very Fine Brandy at
a very low figpre, by the barrel.
J. it. DiFFENBACII. Market-st.
D ANIEL G. BARER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICR:—No. 24 NORTH DUKE STREET,
opposite the Court House, where he will at
tend to the practice of his profession in all its
various branches. [Nov. 4, ,89.-ly
JOHN CAMERObT, M. D.,
Hygienic Physician & Accocchenr,
Cbrner of Front and day Streets,
A General Assortment of all kinds of
IluiLnixo iiARDWAIIVE, Locus,
ainges, Screws, ikAls, Cellar Grates,
Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, very cheap.
STERRETT & CO.
SOMETHING FOR THE TIME 6
A IN EVERY TIOUSETIOLP
JOHNS & CROSLEI"S
AMERICAN CEMENT CLUJ:
The Strongest Glue in the World.
The cheapest Glue in the World.
The most durable Glue in the World.
The only reliable Glue in the World
The best Glue in the World.
AMERICAN CEMENT CLUE
In the only article of the kind ever producvd
TRII TVitlistand Water
IT WILL MEND WOOD, Save vont broker:
IT WILL MEND LEATHER, Mend yeu t
Harness, Straps, Belts, Hoots, &c.
IT WILL MEND GLASS, Save the pieces
of that expensive Cut Glass Bottle.
IT WILL MEND IVORY, Don't throw
away that broken Ivory Fan, it is easily re
IT WILL MEND CHINA, Your broken
China sups and Saucers can be made as guwi
IT WILL MEND MARBLE, That piers
knocked out of your Marble Mantle can lw
put on as strong as ever.
IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN. No matter
if that broken Pitcher did Not cost but tk
shilling, a shilling saved is a shilling earmd.
IT WILL MEND ALABASTER, That cost
ly Alabaster Vase is broken and you can't
match it, mend it, it will never show when
IT WILL mend BONE, CORAL, LAVA, and
in fact everything but Metals.
Auy article Cemented with AMERICAN
CEMENT GLUE will not show
where it "is mended.
cc E very housekeeper should have a supply
of Johns Sc Cro sley's American cement Glue."
—New York Times.
"It is so convenient to have in the house."
—New York Express.
" It is always ready; this commends it to
every body."—N. Y. Independent.
." We have tried it, and find it as useful in
our house as water."—Wilkes' Spirit of the
$lO.OO per year Bayed' in every family
by one Bottle of
Anzeri.can Cement Glue.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Centsyer Mottle.
Price 25 cents per Bottle.
Price 25 cents per bottle.
Price 2.5 cents per Bottle.
Very Liberal Reductions to - Wliolesale
lir For sale by all Druggists and Store
keepers generally tbreughout the country.
JOIINN Fr CRONLE
(Sole Manufacturers,) -78 Wtt.t.mr ST IL 1: Ex
(Corner of Liberty Street,) NEW YORK.
Important• to House Owners
important• to Builders;
Important to Rail Road Companies
Important to Farmers.
7.1) all whom this may cancan, and a
JOIINS SG CROSLEY'S
IMPROVED (JETTA PERCER
The Cheapest and most durable Rooting in use
T IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF.
It can be applied to new and old 'teas or ail
kinds, steep or flat, and to Shingle Roois
without removing the Shingles
The Cost is only about. One-Third that
Tin, and it-is TWICE as durable.
This article has been thoroughly tested in
New York. City and all parts of the Unimit
States, Canada, West ladies, and Cesual
and South America, on buildings of all kinds,
Bich as- Factories, Foundries, Churches, lira
Road Depots, Cars, ant on Public Itailitild:4
generally, Government Buildings, &e., i r tee
principal Builders, Architects and inners,
during the past four years, and lets piovisl br
be the C P EsT and MOST PUB A
11110FINC in use; it is in every rested
Fire, Water, Weather and Tiede Proof covet
ing liar roofs elan lands.
This is, the Only material inanuffietuird
the United Males which combines the very de
sirrilite properties of PlM:airily and Intrabilay,
which arc. universally acknowledged to at
possessed by Uri' TA PERCH A and IN DI.I
U 11 BE R.
Na heat is required in making applicati9n
The expense of applying it is trilling, as all
ordinary Roof, eaa be covered and linishrd
the same day.
It can bo applied by any one,
and when finished forms a perfectly - Vint:
Patine surface, with an elastic body, which
cannot be injured by Heat, Cold or Storm 4,
Shrinking of hoof Boards, nor any exit:rind
LIQUID' (MITA 'PERM& MINT.
For Coating Metals of all kinds when
exposed to the Action of tho Wheth
er, and for Proserving. and Repav
ing Metal Roofs of all Kinds.
This is the only Composition known whirl ,
will successfully resist extreme changes of all
climates, for any length of time, when applied
to metal, to• which it, adheres firmly, fortnie;;
a body equal to three coats of ordinary paint,
costs much less, and' will last three amts.; w:
long; and from its elasticity is not injured by
the contraction and'expausion of ti a and othvt
metal roofs, consequent upon sudden chanes
of the weather. -
It will not CRA in told or RUN in warm
weather, and will NOT WASH , OFP.
Lenity tin and other metal Roofs can lie readi
ly repaired with Cvla Percher. Cement, and
prevented from further corrosion and leaking,
thereby ensuring a perfectly water -tight roof
for many years.
This Cement is peculiarly adapted' for the
preservation of lion Railings, Stoves, Ranges,
Safes, Agricultural Implements, 4c., also fur
general manufacturing use.
Gutta Percha Cement.
For preserving and repairing Tu.; and other
METAL ROOFS of, every description, from its
great elasticity, is not injured by the contrac
tion and expansion of Metals, nod will riot
CRACK in cold or RUN in warm weather_
These materials are adapted to all climates.
and we are prepared to supply orders front
any part of the country, at short notice, for
GUTTA PE/IEIIA ROOFING in rolls, ready pre
pared for use, and Gulta Pore ha Cen i n nent
barrels, with full printed directions for al P
We will make liberal and satisfactory ar
rangements with responsible parties who
would like to establish themselves in a lacra
tive and permanent business.
Our Terms are Cask..
We can give abundant proof of all we claire
in favor of our Improved Roofing Meterials,
having applied them to several thousand
Roofs in New York City and vicinity.
JOHNS & CHOSLEY,
SOLE MAlgurAcTurir , ns ,
Wholesale Warenouse 78 William-st., N. Y.
Full descriptive circulars and prices will bo
furnished on application. [Oct '6l- 1 y
WENTY EMPTY HOGSHEADS".'"
T—in good condition—will be sold orlit
at the low price of $1 each and delivered any
where in or near Marietta free of charge., Be
ing in want of cellar room, if taken from tho
store soon, a trifle less will be taken. Also,
lot of excellent
13A - ERELS
very cheap. For sale at DIFFENBSCIPS.
B t7 'S
cliring Cam at
LL'S, No. 92 Malket-a