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country. Just then a prospect of settle
meint with enraged France appeared,
and as the calm began to How over the
tempest tossed billows, he gladly prepar
ed and published this Farewell.
From that day to the present, has this
Legacy been prized as a national chart
and directory; in all our nation's per
plexities. strifes and commotions.—
Though many chines have•taken place
in our eircuinstinces—the far west be
coming but'a hear interior, and our three
millions of people increasing tenfold—
yet, still, mostuf its advice and admoni
tion has been found applicable to our
wanti. Veit in the midst of this un
peralelled rebellion—so strange, so nu
thought of, - so unimaginable—even note,
its advice, its citations - , come to us as
lleaven-inspired prophecy and precept.
And thus itprobably ever will continue
to 'be . fippliciiblti=the richest, because
;obit, appropriate'legacy mortal wisdom
could give to us.
Especially would I invite your atten
, to its commendations of religion
and'utOrilit r y and the diffasiOn of knowl
edge among the people, se the only sure
and reliable basis of our libertiee, our
happiness and our prosperity as a nation.
ExOnd these, improve them, purify them,
lkir the extension and security of freedom
id person'and in speech unto all, and we
must and will be a great nation, and a
hippy because virtuous people.
Correhpondenbe of "The Maiiettien."
DIVILiED STATS KAPETLE,
Febawary the. 18,1862
Frend Ned =lt ma , bee as yew hay
forgot uv me agrein to rite tu yew won
i got fist up hear, but i halt flumixed
oat no filch stile ,k yew are foold of
yew thort sow—i hayt ben as bizzy as a
Cecesie. S . pi,s poring , 'round inter things
& yew had beter bleve ive got perty
wel posted tu—now of the .peple in the
koantry onle new how theaongras men
kut-up .ft. spend many after they git
bear, they wad mind ho they giv there
safferius in in the futre—iie seen ankle
Atid'an he' Inks az tho he had:split raise
enuff tu tense a 100.aker feeld pour man
i feel:sorry for im moron ever az he
spikt to lute Title Willy bat . my chum
Gim Sli sez he gessez of Willy due di
at 'Nis' Linklen wil stop sum of her
hiflanutin wile our. pour augers ar lain
in the horspitalz sik sufferin—Gim
saz •at tinkle Abe' inks a site beter an
he did afore Kamernieft but that he iz
ufeard at Kamera iz at hie old gam a
pulin witze (with Gim Sea means ' tu
leirshuunear) tu git bak tu the' Senat
agin & Gim sea theta palitishuner told
hinuat.KaMern had •maid •muiaby enulf
out of Kontrakting tu lekt him tu be
President 'next time we want - wan Sr
Giur sed that wan wilmot Proviso a
senator la aivally letin on tn• be sik
sea he wants tn. go ta - Sparta for his
helthjest a•perpos to let Kamera hay
his plase—noi wad yew bleve at a man
lekted by the sufferinz's ny a fre and
indeapendent peple wud du setch things
with mutiny—Bat Gim sea at muany
wil du a heep more in Politikal things
afredekrishaa or talents & i beleve it by
1 am beam qnainted with lots of
noes paper exporters. & this •dokter
lima' at Stanton griped tether day trido
his purtyist to git into my gobd grasez
& axed ma 6ef i dident preebiate the
wanderful infltienza of the llearald & i
axed 'el he meat Chile Ilearald an 0
my ears, how he 'snikerd an stiikerd—
But i must stop caws ire jest got a
hard iovitin me 'ta a privet' party this
very nite and i axed the water what
brat it of he war a Clark in a potikary
shop & sad no thanks ear, as penile as
chips, an axed me why i thort so, an i
sea this'enwelop & kard smels so plegy
gude • that i thort it kiwi from a poti
karia, an of be dident laf and holer enuff
to giv any boddy the newralger—Bat i
mud atop ritin & fix for the party & in
my nextfbrephitol ill tell yew all about
it— Yowers Verry Nearly
P. S. 0 ipsalinter Ned of I dident se
sites an swans last nits to the party, then
yew ma role me in hunny an lassez-0
my stars setch petty gals i never seed
afore, an Olin sea 1 kept the hul caws
a gal ttzed me how i liked the Inks of
the ladiz an i told her fast rate unly
sum 'of em had. ?ergot tti put there hen k
achers on therb'neks, an such a hooraw
in i never herd afore—But now i mus
got) az my hed:pulls—Yeliers, Sr.
ROTII We hope "Si" will, occasion
ally, let us' knew the doings , at the
CaPitol. "Si" being a Mitnettian and
now it'sojourner in the District, will be
able to seei'some stills, of which please
Sfr Ab Amusing' sword presentation
was made on the 17th by the officers
olthe 78th Petinslyvaoia to their Col=
anal William Sirwell. The presentation
speech of Capt:Cillespie was:. "Here we
are, and here it is. This is `a bully sword
and comes from bully fellows: Take it
Bed rise it in a bully manor." Colonel
Birwell'sFeply was "Captain, that was a
bully speech. Lams take a bully drink.
Air Lord Equips, in a conversation
witl:hismocinef,ope day, said: "George
the time will / come when a man shall be
able to enure'', the manure for an acre
a gro und in one pf his svaiseoat pockets."
4, I 4alinve 8041 the prdener,
"but heyill then btable. to carry all the
crop in the other."
SATURDAY, MARCH 8,1862.
•AnBOTT, No: . 335
Broadway, New-York, are duly authorized to
act for • us in solkeiting advertismenta, &c.
TaPISVo FROJECTS,—There will be a
division of sentiment in . Congress of the
propel; attitude which our Government
should 'assume towards the' States now
in rebellion. Mr. Ashley, of Ohio, has
a bill, which is on.the basis of the Sum
ner resolutions, and has been approved
by the Committes on Territories .of the.
Senate and the House, which virtually
destroys all States 'Governments, and
establishes. Territorial Governments in
their places, without any power to legis
late for the protection of slavery, which
is thus virtually abolished. In opposi
tion to this scheme is a bill offered by
Senator Davis, of Kentucky, which pro
vides for the punishment of traitors, but
protects the loyal inhabitants;of States
in re•organiziog, their -State Govern
ments. Each bill is declared by its
friends to have the support of the Ad
ministration; but it is believed that the
Cabinet are divided.
PENNSYLVANIA'S DIRECT TAX.-GO v
ernor Curtin has signed the bill passed
by the Legislature for the assumption
of that portion of the direct tax appor
tioned to the State of Pennsylvania.—
The fact has been officially communi
cated to the Federal Secretary of the
Treasury, and as soon as the' receipt of
, Treasurer of the United States is
forwarded, Pennsylvania's share of the
current year's war tax will be fully liqui
dated. All this is done without im
posing additional taxation upon the
people of the Commonwealth. Having
been the first to crmplete and exceed
her quota of men for the war, Pennsyl
vania is also the first to pay her shale
of expenses. The resources of the Com
monwealth are so abundant, and its
finances have been so discreetly man
aged during the trying period of war,
that it is able to bear its burdens with
eir A Rochester paper, describing
the arrival of Gens. Buckner and Tilgh
man in that city, on their way to Fort
Warren, says that when they arrived at
the hotel the bookkeeper brought in the
register for the party to sign their names.
Gen. Buckner signed it first, and then,
passed the book to Tilghman, saying,
"Floyd, he wants your antogrlph."
Tilghman playfully replied, "Don't call
Floyd ; I am a better man than Floyd
ever was." Tilghman's first name is
Lloyd. He writes a bold, heavy hand,
on the "Hancock" order.
er Or. Berg. Charles Plummer of the
51st New York, died of typhoid fever
shortly sifter the Roanoke battle, the
Chaplain told - him"BurnSide is winning,"
when Plummer gasped the words "Thank
God!" and life departed. His real name
is Charles' P Tidd, he being one of the
nineteen men who took Virginia under
Capt. John Brown and escaped.
ear The last,of the sons of the cele
brated naturalist,' Audubon, died in
New York last week,,aged 87 years.—
He inherited mach of the talent of his
father, and when taken ill.was engaged
in preparicg a new edition of the "Birds
of America." •
'The Judiciary Committee of the
House will report against all enactments
of emancipation laws for the; disloyal
states, taking the ground that the power
to interfere with slavery rests with the
President as Commander-in• Chief.
Cr All the extra ten million of de
mand notes have :been issued 'from the
Tresbury Department. Secretary Chase
now awaits the completion of the newly
engraved sheets tinder the laiojust pass
ed by Congress.
fir A Federal surgeon captured at
Bull Run who .recently ,returned on parol
reports that the rebels took him bound
him to a tree, and then deliberately shot
him in the leg to prevent his escape. •
inr Prof. James H. Fairchild, of
Oberlin, Ohio, came near freezing to
death on the road home from Welling
ton last Sunday night. He had fallen
insensible, when somebody picked him
er Four ez-Presidents of Harvard
College are now living—namely, Jared
Sparks, Edward Everett, Josiah Quincy,
Rations-have been contracted for
to feed. the 7,000 rebel prisoners to be
confined at;Camp Douglas, hear Chicago
at 11.1. cents per diem.
The rebel Genersls Bilektier and
Tilghi4n arrived at. Boston on the 3d
inst 'awl were itametliateli.-ionyey€4'tO
their quarterii at Vert 'Warren.
F. L. Balzer, Editor
~/ i tcui.eita, Ola.
Gir A man who had previously borne
a good character, entered a grocery in
Ogdensburg, N. Y., a few nights since,
and took a position near a tee-chest, and
during his stay slyly filled his pockets
with tea. Long before he had com
pleted the job, the proprietor of the
store had observed his proceedings, and
suffered him to continue until he was
about to leave, when he quietly inform
ed =the ' iscamp that he would rather
weigh the tea he had in , his pockets
before going away. On weighing the
tea it was found he had taken over five.
itar Lieut. Lynch, the rascal, swindler
and traitor, who absconded from West
Philadelphia, with his , pastor, the .Rev.
Wise, and who comusianded 'the - rebel
flotilla in, Albermarle Sound, ,during,
the late battle at Roanoke—escaped
after all the hopes and expectations to
contrary. He proved to be a good
swimmer, and 'succeeded 'in reaching
land, and reaching Norfolk, only we
trust to fulfill the adage, that a man
born to be hanged will not be drowned.
ifirMason,and Slidell keep very shady,
abroad.. Mason is supposed to be , in
London. Slidell las been measured for
a new suit in Faris. 'Neither of them
seem to he made much account of, and
when the news of the recent 'successes
of the government is received in Europe,
they will be still less object of regard or
attention. Slidell has taken appart
melits in Peed for four years. Prudent
man. lie *evidently doss not expect to
come back in a hurry.
fir A St. Petersburg letter in the .
London Times, says the winter is un
usually, severe in Russia. Almost every
day, frozen bodies are found on the
Neva. Three persons in a covered
sledge from Cornstadt, with the driver,
were frozen, the horses having brought
the vehicle on to the usual place of
stopping. Even the - stones do not re
sist the cold, and several cracks are
visible in the Alexander Monument,
constructed of red Finland granite.
e learn that a number of gentle.
men are about purchasing Ball Mountain
in Vermont, with a view of trying the
experiment in domesticating the mouse.
The entire base' of the mountain is to
be inclosed by a high fence. The ob
ject is to make the moose seiviceable in
driving singly or in pairs. To practical
people this looks rather theoretical;
but to the fancy it may be a source of
Cr A man convicted of killing game
has been excommunicated from the
Scotch church of Galloway, the clergy
man refusing after he had passed through
his term of imprisonment, to baptize his
child, for the very reason that the landed.
proprietors of Galloway bad suffered
great loss from time to time through the
applicant's destroying their game.—
That is a remarkable specimen of
ar The column, over sixty feet high
on which the statue of O'Connell will
be placed, is nearly finished. It will be
placed on the exact site of the old court
house, in the town of Ennis, Ireland,
where the great Tribune stood when he
poured forth his burning eloquence at
the memorable Clare election in 1828.
or . it is understood that Col. F. P.
Blair had an interview with the Presi
dent, on the subject of the appointment
of Gen. Sigel ae a major general, the
result of which was the determination
of the President to send the name of
Gen. Sigel to the Senate at once for
Cr One hundred and sixty-five million
of dollars annually will have to be raised
to pay off the war debt. Pennsylvania's
share of this tax will be $15,985,35, this
is for the General Goverment alone.—
there are to be added to this sum, the
state and municipal taxes.
Cr :The newspaper statement that
the House Coinmittee on Foreign Affairs
have decided to report against the re-
cognition of Liberia and Hayti is nn=
true. The committe have taken no ac
tion whatever on the subject.
ar Japan will contribute some six
hundred articles to the international
exhibition of 1862, including
lacquer ware, straw work, china porce
lain, manufactures of paper, carvings in
ivory, paintings, and books.
Cr A strong effort is being made,
both in 'Congress and out of it, to make
Gen. Wool a Major General. It is
thought that the President will send his
name into the Senate for promotion.
er Gen. McClellan issued ti general
order dismissing Col. Kerrigan from the
service for the various offences of wkich
he was convicted by the court-martial
in his case.
eir : Hon. Reverdy Johnson was to
day. elected United States Senator by
the Maryland Legislature for a term of
six years from March next; vice Ken
'Gen-Lander died on Monday after
noon from the effect of wounds recieved
at Edward'a Forty battle. lien. James
Shields has succeeded Gen. Lander, in
GirTwo of the Union guns lost at Bull
Run were recaptured, from Zollicoffer's
army near Somerset.
CLIPPINGS FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
General 'Hunter will be called before
the Committee on the conduct of the
War, to testify as to General Fremont's
affairs. The committee will now push
the Fremont case to a conclusion, and
will have their report ready in about a
week, which, with the evidence, will
make a very large book. It is said the
report will vindicate Fremont.
Gen. Cameron has not, it is said in
dicatettany, desire to have Mr. Clay re
moved from his position as Secretary of
Legation to Russia, or to have Mr.
House appointed. He would doubtless
desire to have a Secretary with him
who can speak French fluently, and is
competent to write a despatch.
Several Western Virginians have ap
plied for the vacant place on the bench
of the Supreme Court,left vacant by the
death of Judge Daniels. They all pro
fess to ha l ve been loyal and true citizens,
and to be firm supporters of the present
The President has designated the
Hon. Andrew Johnson to be a Briga
dier-Oeneral, and he proceeds to Tenn
essee to open a Military Provisional
Government of Tennessee, until the
civil Government shall be re-constructed.
Commodore Foote telegraphs that the
Rebels have evacuated Columbus, after
burning the barracks and a large quanti
ty of army stores. The guns had been
taken from the entrenchments oa the
bluff and carried oft
The Rebels threw a number of shells
at the buildings used as storehouses at
Edwards' Ferry, but did no material
damage. -They Were fired from the fort
which Stone allowed them to build under
B. R. Knapp, Jr., writing from Fort
Henry, Tenn., the 7th inst., says he had
just attended the burial of five Rebels,
who died under the Secession, and were
buried under the American Hag. One
of thern was an own cousin of the late
H. B. Stannard, while chopping in
the woods et Andover, Vt., had his arm
broken by the fall of a tree. He took
his also and coat and went to his house,
harnessed his horse, and went to Chester
for the surgeon himself.
The Southern commissioners have
been denied any space in the World's
Fair at London, on the ground that the
allotment of a place to, them might be
construed into an implied recognition of
M ajor Eugene `Lecomte, of the Feder
al army of Switzerland, has received an
appointment on Gen. McClellan's staff.
He is a distinguished writer on military
science, and saw war in the Crimea and
Italy. At Solferino, he was in cue suite
The Coroner's jury on the sufferers
by the Ilartley colliery accident find
that an imperative necessity exists for a
second shaft in all working collieries,
BO as to afford the workmen a chance
for escape in case of accident.
A lump of placer gold having been
found in the crop of a turkey killed in
Honolulu, an investigation of the mount
ains is taking place to ascertain the
existence of mines.
During the great storm of January 25,
so much snow blew into the river, at
Bennington, Vt., as to completely dam
it up, and the fish in the bed below
were left dry and picked up in quantities.
At Fort Henry, the Chicago journals
had three reporters there during the
battle—one of whom was killed, and
another bad a leg shot off. The third
escaped. Rather au unenviable position.
Edwin James, ex-Queen's Counsel, of
England, has made his first appearence
in a New York Court. His only pecu
liarity seems to be calling the Judge
" my lud," instead of " your honor."
Count de Moray, president of the
Corps Legislatif of. France; has set his
face against. written speeches. Mem
bers must henceforth abandon that pe
dantic mode of debating.
A Cairo letter. writer says the West
ern officers don't feel proud of their
epaulettes; but laugh and joke with
common soldiers as if they meant to
rnn for office when the war is over.
Col. Elias Wampole, or Philadelphia,
has been appointed consul to British
Guiana. Salary and emoluments two
thousand dollars per annum—yellow
fever thrown in.
General Buell , has been appointed
Major-General, for services in Tenn
essee. The Secretary of War has ap
pointed General McDowell Major-Gen
The Kansas Senator Jim Lane having
announced his determination to resume
his seat in the Senate, it is expected
that he -will be shortly in Washington.
The late Col. James Cameron's Man
sion Farm, below Milton (250 acres,)
was sold at auction for sl7,ooo—a little
over $6B per acre,
Peter Fritz, of Philadelphia, has been
appointed Colonel of the Ninety-ninth
Pennsylvania Regiment, in place of Col.
Fort Donelson was named in honor of
General Dairid S. Done'son, son of
Andrew Jackson Donelson.
VOLUNTEnRS ATTENTFON !—For the de
rangements of the system, incidental to the
change of diet, Wounds, Eruptions, and ex
posures, which every Volunteer is liable to.—
There is no remedies so safe, convenient, and
reliable as Holloway's Piils Air Ointment, 25
cents per box.
SOLDIERS SPECIAL NoTICE.—Do your duty
to yourselves, protect your health, use Hollo
way's Pills 4. Ointment. For Wounds, Sores,
Bowel Complaints and Fevers, they are a
petfect safegard. Full directions how to use
them with every box. Only 25 cents.
1 OTICE. All persons indebted to Thomas
Zell, either by note, book account or oth
erwise, are requested to call and settle the
same before the first day of April next, as al
ter that period the books will be placed in the
hands of John Auxer, Esquire, for collection.
Marietta, March 8,1862-4 t.
THE undersigned, will open on Monday,
April . 25th, 102, a Select Sehoul, for a
term ot three month's.
The advanced, classes,Ao -occupy the High
School building, andthe. other classes, the
ro9MII, no*, occupied by Mr.' Heiltand and .
Miss Caldwell, in the Town Hall. _
Hoping, that' the 'patrunp have, sufficient
continence in the subsciibers, they deeni it
unnecessary:Jo call,upun l thßtst peracknally.
TH1301 . 11 EISTA ND.
llock's Dandelion Coffee.
TH"preparation, made from the best Java
Coffee, is recommended by physicians as a
superior Nutritious Beverage for General De
bility, Dyspepsia, and all bilious disordors.—
Thousands who have been compelled to aban
don the use of Coffee will use this without in
jurious effects. One can contains the strength
of two pounds of ordinary coffee. Price :2.5
NOLLOCK' S LEVAIN,
The purest and beet BAKING POWDER
known, for making light, sweet and nutri
tious Bread and Cakes. Price 15 cents.
MANUFACTURED BY '
M. H. KULLOCK, Chemist,
Corner of Broad and Chestnut Streets,
Sold by all Druggists and Grocers.
Philadelphia. March I, 1562.—1 y.
- 32, •
Dealer in Hardware,
Cedarioare, Paints; Oils, Glass,
?IMO, 6 00 k, 114 ii ana oil)ei-Stobo, &e.,
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 Tati le Cutlery of alt
kinds ; Building an d Housekeeping Hard
ware, in all styles, Cutlery, Tools, Paints, (lila,
Glass, Varnishes, Cedurware, Tubs, Buckets,
Churns, Knives, Forks, Spoons, Shovels, Po
kers, Tongs, Candlesticks, Pans, Waiters, Cop
per and Brass Kettles, Door, Desk, Pad and
all other kind of Locks, Nails, Spikes and
in fact everything usually kept in a well regula
ted Hardware establishment.-
A LEXANDER LYN DSAY,
Boot and Shoe Manufacturer,
MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN.
Would most respecttully inform the citizens
of this Borough and neighborhood that he has
the largest assortment of City made work in
his line of business in this Borough, and be
ing a practical BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
himself,is enabler' to select with more judgment
than those who are not. He continues to man
ufacture in the very best manner everything
in the BOOT AND SHOE LINE, which he
will warrant for neatness and good fit.
Call and examine his stock before pur
COAL! COAL! COAL!
For Sale Cheap for Cash.
rIP HE undersigned being anxious to close out
I_ the present stock, will sell at the following
low prices, viz :
"Or" Baltimore Company, Egg and
- Stove Size, at . $3.30.
Shamokin, Red Ash, 3.25.
Shamokin, White Ash, 3.25.
Lykens Valley, broken, 3.10.
Lykens Valley, Stove, 3.25.
White Ash, nut, 2.40.
THOS. ZELL, .Agt.
Marietta, February 15,1562.
C HEAP LAMPS.
7 A FRESH SUPPLY or
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns
of every patern,
suitable for the Parlor, the
Kitchen and the Chamber; Hanging and Sifie
Lamps for Halls, Churches, Stores and Offices.
Having purchased them from the manufactu
rers in large quantities at the lowest cash rates,
we can sell them much under the usual retail
prices, although ever" other description of
goods are advancing.
PATTERSON 4. CO.
Ir H E Copartnership heretofore exhisting
I under the firms of Ste rr et t& C o 4 and
Spatigler & Patterson, was this day dissolved
by S. P. Sterrett withdrawing from the business.
The accounts, notes, &c., due the nrine will
be collected by S. P. Sterrett, on whom those
indebted will call and make settlement.
BARR SPA NGLER,
SAMUEL PA TTERSON,
S. P. STERRETT.
Marietta, January 15, 1862.
rt• The business will be continued under the
firms of Patterson & Co., and Spangler and
EMBROIDERIES -Just received the largest
and most desirable lot of Embroideries eve
otlered for sale here, consisting in rut of beau
tiful French Worked Colima, Undersleeves
Spencers,Swiss and Jackonett Edging and In
erting, Founcing, tkc., selling very low.
J. it. DIFFENBACH.
H. L.fE.J.ZAH M
ESPEC I FULLY inform their
/ 4 . \friends and the public that they
still continue the WATCH, CLOCK
AND JEWELRY business at the old
stem', North-west Corner of North
Queen street and Venter Square, Lancaster, Pa
A full assortment of goods in our line of busi
ness always en hand and for sale at the lowest
cash rates. 11:3- Repairing attended to per
sonally by the proprietors.
rLATED WARE: ALarge and line stock
of Plated ware at H. L. & E. J. Zama's,
ner of North Queen street & Center Square,
Lancaster, Pa. Tea Setts, in 'Variety, Coffee
Urns. Pitchers, Goblets, Salt Stands, Cake
Baskets, Card Baskets, Spoons, Forks, Knives,
Caaters&c., &c., at manufacturers prites.
Barcariso attended to atmoderate rates.
T EWELRY.—A large and selected stock of
0 fine jewelry of the latest patterns from the
best factories in the country can be found at
H. L. & ZAMA'S.
Cor. North Queen st. and Centre Square, Lan
caster, Pa. Our prices are moderate and 411
goods warranted to be as represented. ‘.
Fi H QUAL or REGULAR TIMEKEEPERS,
can be had of H.. L. & E. J. ZAN, Coi.
orth Queen -at., and Center Square, Lancas
ter, Pa., in the shape of Equilibrium Levers--
the best article of Swiss levers now in the mar
ket. They are lower in price than any watch
of equal quality andi ust as true for timekeeping
to suit all who
can be aided with glasses,
can be bought at H. L. ef ZAHM'S, Cor
ner of North Queen-st., and Center Square,
Lancaster. New glasses refitted in old frames,
at short notice. [v6-ly
LOTHS AND CASSIKERS.—A very so
-ponor selection of French and German
C otha, and Cassimers,Land a variety of betiuti
ful Vesting', a • new and fashionable 101, just
arrived at Difenbach's Cheap Store.
FRESH WINTER GOODS AT DIFFENBACH'S
AVING just received a large and nicely
171 selected stock of all kinds of
Ladies' and Gentleman's Wear,
which will be 'Whitt very modesate Wes for
Sills, a full line at trid pt:ice*.
Barra quality Muslin*, all - prices,
Best make or Fiviarets, do
A lair stock of Shawls.
Plain and Llarredßack'd Flannels.,
White Goods, Mitts, Linens Embroideries,
Very large sfech oi ISo' mestre pods.
Cloths, Casio/Mos, - Vesting*, .
Bleached and Unbleached Muslims.
Delaines, Calicos and. Gingham.,
Drillings, Shieethsgs and Meeks, a
Pant bluff, Hiehery mat Tichiagar
Embossed Paper C.olarsy ten fel a Quarter,
Paper Neck-Ties—swartilsiagi Irmo Chew and
ALL limns or Moves raw:trate - A.lw Ames.
Linen and Woolen Tahiti sere*.
Plain, Ornamental and Oiled Wiatiiew . _
and Patent Peralusen,,
Wall Papers, Carpets, Mow Mk Cloths.
Canton Matting, Sir,
Wall and Window .07‘sory
Glass, Queensware and Cedstwartc:' ,
The above goods have been purchased
LOW FOR CASH.
and will be sold at correapondingly low prices.
WINES AND LIQUORS,
of all kinds and prime, constantly on band.—
Monongahela Mashy by the barrel at Pitts—
burg.plices, tbe freight added.
WINES & LIQUORS.
sH. D. 13IINJA M IN,
WINES & LIQUORS,
Picot Building. Marietta, REL.
BEGS leave to inform the public that her
will continue the WINE & LIQUQB. bug.-
neas, in all ita branches. Hi: will constantl),-
keep on hand all kind, ul
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scots&
Whiskey, Cordials, Bitters,
Justly Celebrated Rose Whisly,
ALWAYS OK HAND.
A very surerior OLD BYE WHISKEY'
ust received, which is.warranted pure.
la- All H. D. B. now asks of the public
is a careful examination of his stock and pri
ces, which will, he is confident, result in Ho
tel keepers and others finding it to their ad
vantage to make their purchases from I
S. S. RAI'HVON
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At Kramph's Old Stand, on the Con—
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
elFt AT El? U L to the Citiiens of Marietta.
and vicinity, for the liberal patronage
het etofore extender, the undersigne4 relpeet
fully solicits a continuance of the ihittie;
euring them, that under all cirettunstezeost, ut4
efforts will be spared in remjering a eatisfacitory
equivalent for every act Of confidence repass&
CLOTHS, CASHMERES AND Vs:>r assy..and.
such other seasonable material as faishiou maul
the market furnishes, constantly kept on handl
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rim,
sonably, as taste or style may sur.gi.st.
A L50,..--RIA D Y-RIA DE CLOTI;1130,
Gentlemen's Furnishing' Getuods
and such articles as usually belong to a 11lens.
chant Tailoring and Clothing eatabliihinent.
rpH.E. CONFESSIONb and EXPERIENCIL
I of a SUFFERER, -Published as a warning
and for the especial benefit of Toting Men.
and those who suffer with Nervous Debility,
Loss of Memory, Premature Decay, &c.,
by one who has cured himself by simple.
means, after being-put to great expense and
inconvenience, through the use of worthless,
medicines prescribed by learned Doctors-
Single copies may be had of the author,
C. A. LAMBERT, Esq., Greekinlait, Long-
Island, by enclosing a post-paid addressed
envelope. Address, CHARLES A. LA MBIERT..
Greenpoint, Lung Island, N. Y.
JOHN BELL. Merchant Thilor,
Cor. of Market-st., and Elbow lane, Moristts..
ItATEFUL for pact favors I would renalr
my thanks to my numerous friends and pa
trons and inform them that 1 still continue the
old business at the old stand, where I will be
pleased to see them at all times, and haYing ►
full and splendid assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES 4- VESTIVGS,
which will be made 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
o patronize me hereafter. jOct.29-'56.
NA.TRONA COAL OIL!
AND EQUAL TO ANY
Why b u y an explosive oil, when a few eats
. more per, gallon will furnish you with •
KOFECT OIL? MADE ONLY BY
Penn'a. Sait Manufacturing. Company,
No. 127 Walnut street, Philadelphia,.
February 15, 1862-Iy.
AxT HITE SWAN HOTEL,
I V • FRONT STREET, MARIETTA.
The undersigned having again leased this old'
and popular hotel, takes this method of in
forming his.old friends and the pdblicgener
ally. that nothing,shail be spared to. keep up
the reputation of the house. and make it
worthy of the support of the traveling pub
lic. Ggo: W. lUCKAOTHE.
Marietta, February 15, 1862. 29-gnu
TIRIME G ROCER I E. Java and
I.aguira Coffee ; Crushed, Pulierized and
Brown Sugar ; Superior Green and Black Tea ;
Rice, Cheese and Spices; Syrup and prime ba
king Molasses; Excellent Pearl Rarley at
J. R. DIFFENBACIPS.
TIT INF. AND LIQUORS.
11 Superior Old Brandy, Old Rye Whiskey,
Holland Gin, Old Maderia, Lisbon, Sherry and
Pittsburg Whiskey always on hand at this
lowest market prices. Very Fine Brandy .%t
a very low figure, by the barrel
J. R. DIFFENBACH. Market-ss.
liki GENERA I.; ASSORTMENT *or'
Hammered and Rolled Iron, H.
S. ars. Norway. Nail Rods American
and .German Spring and Rods,
,Boxes, Iron Axles, Springs, Scc., for smiths.
PATTERSON 4 CO.
50 BARRELS Monongahela Whiskey.
which will be sold at the lowest
market rates by the barrel' or.' gallon, at
J. R. Diffenbaeh's -Cheap kitore.2
MHE. Larg m est. and best assertment of Fancy
I ClothC mere, and vesting ever offeripli
in this market and will be sold at prices which
defy competition;by J. R. Diffenbach. •
CIDER VINEGA.R.--:10 BARRELS OF
PURE: CIDER 'VINEGAR
For sale sale at Wo(re's. Four Cents a quail,
or 13 cents a gallon.
CROIX .►ab NEW .PNGLAND RUM
CI for culinary purposes, warranted genuires
tH. D. Benjamin . $ Co's.
JUST RECEIVED at the "Enterprise Wino
articl e o andf
C Liquo r Store," Mount Joy, a eupenot
Champagne and German Wines.
nois STANTLY oxi hand; MonalikWiel4 ism
tiled Whiskey Benjamin IS Cn. •
'I ENTS NEW STYLE CAPS,