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SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1862.
;a. Messrs. MAYHEn & ABBOTT, No. 335
Broadway, New-York, are duly authorized to
act for us in soliciting advertilments, &c.
FOR AUDITOR GENERA L:
THOMAS E. COCIEIRAN,
OF YORK COUNTY.
FOR SURVEYOR. GENERAL
WILLIAM S. ROSS,
OF T.UZERNE COUNTY.
air General McClellan has issued an
order directing the generals of brigades
and divisions to forward to his bead.
quarters the names of every non-com
misssioned officer who,-in the late "Sew.
en Days' Battle," may have been dis
tinguished for gallantry and good ser
vice on the Held, with a view to imme
diate promotion of the deserving. Over
two thousand names of young and old
heroes have been banded in, and will no
doubt soon receive deserved promotion
as a reward for their faithful services.
The Press says that "there are men
serving in the racks who are far supe
rior as soldiers to the political dema
gogues who pretend to command regi
ments in some cases, and these should
not be lost sight of when officers. for
the new levy are to be selected. Let
us show, in this crisis of our country's
greatest peril, that the noblest of all re
publics was not forgetful of the deeds
of her patriotic children, and refute the
general charge that 'republics are un
Or Dr. Hunt, of the Buffalo Express,
who has charge of the Hospitals at
Fortress Monroe, says in a recent letter:
"I. have the best authority for stating
that `•highly respectable" families in
Norfolk, live upon the prostitution of
their female slaves. The not fair blit
very frail mulattoes and quadroons of
Norfolk have been colonized by them
selves and put under strict guard. This
step has stopped the regular income of
some aristocratic families in Norfolk,
and the lady owners are beging for the
release of their servants."
415 - It is understood that during the
recent visit of the President to the army
on the James river he asked General
McClellan if he desired to resume the
cTrimand of the whole army of the Uni
ted 'States, and that the General pre
ferred to retain his command of the for
ces now under him. It is stated, also,
that the chief command was offered to
Major General Pope and declined.
ar Vermont, always right politically,
and ever true to the country, has the
honor to be the first State to forward
troops under the new requisition. One
regiment has already reached Washing
ton, and others are preparing to follow
in rapid succession. All hail to the
green Mountain State I
er As soon as it was known that the
President had signed the confiscation
act, and had sent in a message recom
mending his subordinates to employ
persons of African descent as laborers,
all the white waiters at Willard's Hotel
were discharged, and black ones took
Cr The Steamship Great Eastern is
now lying off Flushing Bay, about nine
miles from New York, in Long Island
sound. She passed Greenport on the
th inst., and entered the Sound, be
g the first British steamer which has
me to New York by this route.
Au East Tennessean writing to
e Nashville Union of the attempt to
onciliate" secessionists, says; "We
i as well attempt to pet snakes or
eons. They do not intend to be con
iated. Nothing but appeals to their
4r will tame them."
a , lir Senator Howe, of Wisconsin, in
answer to Senator Cowan, in a recent
d ~, ate, said: "If I cannot call upon
t black men in the name of the
0.1, , ion,. then I will do it in the
mho z God and my country."
--' The New York °enteral Railroad
c o oy have now in use several iron
flight oars, and have under construction
a s - iron passenger car. Should the ex
. iment prove success, no more wooden
s will be constructed.
Robert Ould, recently District At
ey at Washington, is at Richmond,
g as Judge Advoeate of the court
ial being held for the trial of Corn.
all on the charge of destroying the
Louis Napoleon is paying dearly
is expedition into Mexico. It has
dy cost him $15,000.
w Ex. President Van Buren died at
on Thursday morning,
THE HEROIC t0ett......--LGeneral Batter
is surely the man for the occasion ; he
is bravely working wonders in New Or
leans. We copy below several extracts
from recent orders. Special order No.
150, says of Mrs. Phillips, who made
herself the lioness in Secession circles
in Washington last winter, and who was
banished into Secessia, that " having
been once imprisoned for her traitorous
proclivities and acts at Washington
and releasedby the clemency of the Go
vernment, and having been found train
ing her children to spit upon officers of
the United States, for which act of one
of those children both her husband and
herself apologized and were again forgiv
en, is now found on the balcony of her
house during the passage of the funeral
procession of Lieut. De Kay, laughing
and mocking at his remains, and upon
being inquired of by the commanding
general if this fact were so, contemptu
ously replies, "I was in good spirits that
It is therefore ordered that she be not
" regarded and treated as a common wo
man," of whom no officer or soldier is
bound to take notice, but as, an uncom
mon, bad, and dangerous woman, stirring
up strife and inciting to riot, and that,
therefore, she be confined at Ship Island,
in the State of Mississippi, within prop
, er limits there, till further orders, and
that she be allowed one female servant,
and no more, if she so choose. That a
soldier's ration each day be served out
to her, with the means of cooking the
same, and that no verbal or written com
munication be allowed with her, except
through this office. - Immediately follow
ing this order No. 151 : Fidel Keller has
been found exhibiting a human skeleton
in his bookstore window, in a public
place in this city, labelled " Chickahom
iny," in large letters, meaning and in
tending that the bones should be taken
by the populace to be the bones of a
United States soldier stain in that bat
tle, in• order to bring the authority of
the United States and our army into
contempt, and for that purpose had sta
ted to the passers by that tile bones
were those of a Yankee soldier, whereas,
in truth and fact, they were the bones
purchased some weeks before of a Mexi
can consul, to whom they' were pledged
by a medical student. It is therefore
ordered that, for this deaecration of the
dead, he be confined at Ship Island for
two years at hard labor, and that he be
allowed to communicate with no person
on the island except Mrs. Phillips, who
has been sent there for a like offence.
Another order follows : John W. An
sdrews exhibited a cross, the emblem of
the suffering of our blessed Saviour, fash
ioned for a personal ornament, which he
said was made from the bones of a Yan
kee soldier, and having shown this, too,
without rebuke, in the 'Louisiana Club,
which claims to be composed of chival
It, is therefore ordered that, for this
desecration of the dead, he be confined
at hard labor for two years, on the for
tifications on Ship Island, and that he be
allowed no verbal or written communi
cation to or with any one, except through
A PPOINTAIENT OF TAX COLLECTORS.-
Tax collectors and appraisers will be
selected in the mode usually adopted in
the Treasury. Department. All appli
cations are received and filed, together
with all letters in support of the pro
posed appointments, whether from mem
bers of Congress or other citizens, the
names of all applicants, with careful ab
stracts of the letters and information re
lating to each one, submitted to the
President, together with the judgement
of the Secretary of the Treasury as to
the proper persons to be selected. With
these papers before him the President
forms his own opinion and makes his
Isar The Richmond Examiner says
that General McClellan. "Retreated
with a judgment, a dexterity,. and a
spirit of fortitude, which, however un
availing they may be to save his entire
command, must challenge our admiration
for his generalship.
Sir The shipment of Pennsylvania
rock oil, or petroloum, from this country
to Europe, during the first six months of
the present year, amounted to consider
ably more than one million of dollars.—
This, for a trade that is in its infancy, is
a large business.
air John rope, who is now in com
mand of the army of Virginia, having
overstepped three major-generals at the
age of forty years, was, for along while, a
pupil of General Shields, the latter then
a schoolmaster at Kaskaskia. Illinois.
624- A son of Humphrey Marshall was
arrested a few days since on a charge of
treason, placed under 55,000 bail, releas
ed from bail by the clemmency of Gen.
Buell, and then went to raising a rebel
company, in violation of his promise.
Sir Gen. Lew. Wallace was serenaded
recently at Washington. In his little
speech he spoke strongly in favor of
employing and arming slaves. and for
quartering upon the enemy, instead of
guarding his property.
or The American Express Company
which employs 2,000 men, agrees to give
balf pay and reserve bissituation to all
who volunteer for the war.
PEN, PASTE AND SCISSORS.
James Redpath has a vessel at Aquia
Creek, Va., to take contrabands to Hay-
Es-President Buchanan has sent one
hundren dollars to the Pennsylvania
Relief Association for the sick and
wounded at Washington.
Six hundred loyal residents of Arkan
sas, followed Gen. Curtis on his way
through the State to Helene. and com
manded that arms be given them to form
the First Regiment of Arkansas Volun
teers. This will be done at once.
Father Chiniquy, the Canadian con
vert from Roman Catholicism, has been
deposed from the ministry by the Chi-
cago Presbytery for "unministerial and
Presuming that the debt and liabil
ites of United States will be eight hun
dred millions of dollars at the commen
cement of 1863, it will then be less than
one-fifth that of Prance, and about one
half that of Austria.
The Yarmouth Register says the
maggot has destroyed the onion fields
of that county. Last year $B4O worth
of onions were sold at Falmouth alone,
and this year probably not a hundred
bushels will be saved, though a large
surface was planted.
The Belfast (Me) Journal says there
is a greater demand for spinning wheels
than any time for the last twenty years.
Farmers seem to be returning, as much
as possible, to the old-time economy,
dispensing with superfluities, and pro.
clueing at home as many as possible of
the necessities of life.
The Milwaukie • Gas Company lately,
refused to supply a gentleman with gas
because he 'would not sign the usual
agreement. •He sued for damages and
recovered one hundred dollars. The
company still refused and he sued again
and got a verdict of fifteen hundred dol
lars. The Co. appealed, and on that ap
peal the damages were increased to
eighteen hundred dollars.
Gov. Tod has appealed to the people
of Ohio, and if her quota is, not filled in
forty days, he will draft.
Massachusetts has settled with the
General Government her proportion of
the $20,000,000 tax of 1861, amounting
(less fifteen per cent. for collection) to
$700,894 12. Her whole claim on the
United States, for advance's for the war,
up to Jan. 1, 1862 ~was $3,165,1282 .
A band of Mexicans, who have been
acting in the capacity of teamsters for
the government since the breaking out of
the war, passed through Harrisburg on
the 14th on their way to Mexico, to as
sist in driving the French invaders from
their native soil.
By authority of the War Department,
martial law bas been declared in about
Camp Douglas, extending for a apace of
one hundred feet outside and around the
chain of sentinels. The area around
camp included in the order, and which
is declared under martial law, has been
distinctly marked by a line of stakes.—
The exports of butter from the United
States are very large. Last week the
steamer City of IP askington, which left
New York for Liverpool, took 8.300 fir
kins, and the Ariel, for California, 2,150
firkins, making in these two vdssels 10,
450. These firkins net 100 pounds each.
The farmers in southern part of Illinois
are now insthe midst of their harvest.—
It is thought that the quality of the new
wheat was never better, and the yield is
'Union flag-staff was well nigh cut
down, in lowa City, on the evening of
the 3d inst. by some rebel sympathizer.
Fifty dollars is offered for the apprehen
sion of the villain.
One of the most prominent citizens of
Hartford, Conn., offers to give for ten
good volunteers, for the war, Sl.O a
mouth for one year to each of their fam
Gen. Scott is now staying at his famil
ly mansion at Elizabeth, N. J.; he will
leave for Rockaway next week, if .his
health► will permit. The report that he
had gone to Washington is incorrect.
The St. Louis and other western pa
pers have numerous correspondents in
relation to the doings of guerillas in the
States of Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee
It is estimated there are now on fur
lough 50,000 enlisted men, most of whom
are in a condition to rejoin their regi
The Cleveland ship yards are presen
ting a lively appearance, notwithstanding
the intolerably hot weather.
Hon. Joseph Holt is said to have
changed his views, and is now in favor of
the President's emancipation policy.
The small pox is carrying .off large
numbers of Indians in the north west.
The wool clip of Ohio this year is es
timated at thirteen million pounds.
cr The Adams Sewing Machine
Company wants agents to sell their
Fifteen Dollar Sewing Machines; they
will pay wages or give a commission.—
Circulars sent free. 0, Ruggles Gen.
Agent, Detroit, Mich. •
WHAT Ives Dona :—The first regular
session of the 37th Congress closed on
Thursday 17th. Among the moat im
portant acts passed and approved during
the session, are : The law giving Free
Homesteads to actual settlers upon the
public domain ; the Prohibition of Sla
very in the Territories ; the abolition
of Slavery in the District of Columbia;
the Pacific Railroad Act ; the Act al
lowing the President to accept the ser
vices and arm the slaves if necessary to
pat down the rebellion, and the act con
fiscating the property and emancipating
the slaves of persistent rebels. Upon
the whole Congress has done well for
the country and deserves the thanks of
The State Convention of the Re
publican and People's parties met at
Harrisburg on the [7th instant. Hon.
John C. 'Knox was elected president,
and the proceedings were characterized,
by the greatest patriotic enthusiasm and
good feeling. Thos. E. Cochran was
renominated for the position of Auditor
General, and William Ross for Surveyor
General, by acclamation. After which
the Convention adjourned, with three
cheers for the Union and Constitution.
oar The prospect for enlistment for
three years throughout our State is
favorable ; but the reduction to one year
win nausea large number of enlistments.
Orders will soon be issued establishing
camps in various parts of the State.
Randolph Botts, of Brooklyn
New York, a nephew of John Minor
Botts, was confirmed by the Senate as
assistant quartermaster in the United
States army, with the rank of Captain.
Cr Charleston papers state that the
citizens of Baton Rogue had put down
the federal garrison to the sword, their
women taking an active part in the
sir General Pope has issued a strict
order prohibiting all persons visiting
the lines of the army without direct au
thority from his headquarters. ,
isir One hundred companies in Illi
nois have already been offered the gov
ernment, in answer to the call for addi
113 - Wives, Mothers and Sisters, whose
Husbands, Sons and Brothers are serving in
the army, can not put into their knapsacks a
more necessary or valuable gift than a few
boxes of Holloway's Pills & Ointment. They
insure health even under the exposures of a
soldier's life. Only 25 cts. a box or pot. 219
•To Corisumprry cs : The advertiser having
been restored to health in a few weeks, by a
very simple remedy, after having suffered sev
eral years with a severe lung affection, and
that dread disease, Consumption—is anxious to
make known to his fellow-sufferers the means
of cure. To all who desire it, he will send a
copy of the prescription used (tree of charge)
with the three Lions for preparing and using the
same, which they will find a sure cure for Con
sumption Asthma, Bronchitis, &c. The only
object of the advertiser in sending the prescrip
tion is to benefit the afflicted, and spread infor
mation which he coneives is invaluable, and
he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as
it will cost them nothing, and may prove a
blessing. Parties wishing the prescription will
please address. Rev. E. A. WILSON,
3m . 1 Williamsburg, Kings co , N. Y.
s9o.] WAGES PAID. [sloo
TO sell goods for the
ADAMS SEWING MacmlNE COMPANY.
We will give a commission on all goods sold
by our agents, or pay wages at from $4O to $lOO
per month, and pay all necessary expenses.
Our machine is perfect in its mechanism. A.
child can leara to operate it by half an holies
instruction ! It is equal to any Family Sewing
Machine in use, and we have reduced the
price to Fifteen Dollars.
Each machine is warranted fox three years.
Address C. RUGGLES, Gen`!
July 26,'62-Iy.] Detroit, Mich.
NTOTIC E TO CONTRACTORS.—The
Burgess and Town Council will receive
proposals up to Monday evening next the 28th
inst., for cindering per load, Chestnut Street,
from Martin Hildrbrands' corner, north •o the
residence of Franklin Hippie; also Elbow
Lane Street from Sultzbach's bridge to top of
Shultz's hill. H. S. LIBHART,
, Chief Burgess.
UTTA PERC HA BLACKlNG—without
Ur brushing: For Boots, shoes, Harness,
Carriages, and Military Leather Work. It
gives the leather a polish like patent leather,
makes it water proof, does not stain the whit
est article of dress and need not be applied of
tener than two or three times a month.
For sale at Dr. Landis' Drug Store.
FXECUTOR'S NOTICE: Letters testa
mentary upon the Estate of JOHN LIN
DEMUT H, late of East Donegal township and
County of Lancaster, deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned, residing in said
township, near Marietta. All persons indebt
ed to said estate are requested to make imme
diate payment and those having claims aeai'nst
the same ;rill pmesent them, duly authentica
ted for settlement to
HENRY S. MUSSER, Executer
July 19-6 t.
ESTATE OF DAVID C. WHITEHILL,
Late of 'East Donegal Township, Deed.
Letters of administration on said estate having
been granted to tie undersigned, all persons
indebted thereto are requested to make imme
diate payment, and those having claims or de
mands against' the same will present them for
settlement to the undersigned, residing in said
township. JOHN i4I. Whivreuri,L.
May 31, 1862-6times.]
JEWELRY. -A large and selected stock o
fine jewelry of the latest patterns from the
best factories in the country can be found at _
H. L. & E. J. ZAHM'S.
Cor. North Queen st. and Centre Square, Lan
caster, Pa. Our prices are 'moderate and all
goods warranted to be as represented.
Cf PECTACLES to suit all who
13, can be aided with glasses,
can be bought at H. L. 4 E. J. ZAHM'S, Cor
ner of North Queen-st., and Center Square,
Lancaster. New glasses refitted in old frames,
at short notice.
PR. J. Z. HOFFER, DENTIST,
OF THE BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL
LATE OF HARRISBURG, PA.
OFFICE: Front street, fourth door -.1'7 ---
from Locust, over Saylor & McDon- s ilaaa a a
ald's Book Store. Columbia. Entrance be
ween the Drug and Book Stores. [3-1
GENTS NEW STYLE CAPS,
AT C R
Another Lot of New Summer
CALL AND SEE THE FASHIONABLE ANO CHEAP
For Men's Ladies and Children's Wear.
JUST SHELVED AT
J. R. DIFFENBACH'S ,
No. 61 Market Street, Marietta, Pa.
O FFERS FOR SA LE
ine best Merrimac Prints at 121 cents,
" " " American " 12.`„
" " Cocheco " l2i "
" " Sprague " 121 "
" " Mourning " /21 "
The best Domestic Ginghams at 14 cents.
Bleached and unbleached Muslins at nearly
NEW DRESS GOODS
Such as English and French Chintzes,
White and Colored
Crapes, Veils, Collars, and Notions of all kinds.
Spring Cloaking Cloths '
Fancy and Plain Ca ssimeres
Block and Fan::y Cloths,
Kentucky Jeans, earpeting,
Oil Cloths; Window Blinds,
Bull Holland, for Curtains,
Curtain Fixtures, &c., &c.,
All of the above goods having been bought
FOR CASH • will be sold cheap as the cheapest ;
the attention of persons waiting for low prices
are respectfully invited to this notice.
Ten Hhds. Extra Syrup at 50 cents per gallon ;
Excelsior Hams and Dried Beef, said to be the
best in the world,
Fresh Soda and Wine Cup Biscuit; Sugars,
Coffees, Teas, Ike., at the lowest market prices.
Five Hhds. Sugar House Molasses at 25
cents per gallon.
Brandies, Gins, Superior Old Rye '
Sherry and liladiera Wines, all of which will,
be sold at the lowest price FOR CASH.
China, Glass and Queenswore,
1171- The highest price paid fur produce.
Iron Masters look to your interests 1
The Improved Black Hawk
EAST IRON ORE WASHER,
DIANUFACTIPRED AND FOLD BY
CrBRYAN & HOPKINS,.
Marietta, Lancaster County, Pa:
The Undersigned will constantly keep on
hand and make to coder at short notice the
above celebrated machine, the best in the Uni
ted States! They will warrant their machines
to run lighter, last longer and wash c 1( aner and
with less water than any other machine now
in use. They can be easily put together on the
bank. All orders addressed to either of the
undersigned will meet with prompt attention.
ft.Z They are also prepared to sell individu
al, County and state Rights.
BERN"! RD 0' BR YA
S. S. RATH VON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At F. J. Kramplis Old Stand, on the Cor
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
RATEVUL to the Citizens of Marietta
Ur and vicinity, for the liberal patronage
heretofore extendec, 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, CASSIMRRE.S A N D Vi.STINGS, and
such other seasonable material as fashion and
the market furnishes, constantly kept on hand
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or :style may suggest
Gentientert's Furnishing Goocuis .
and such articles as Usually belong to a Met
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishmetst.
DAVID ROTH, .
Dealer in Hardware.
Cedarware, Paints, Oils, Glass,
bil'lol` , 000 k, Kali ao 011,0 &e,„,
W, OU LD take this means of informing the
citizens of lidarietta and vicinity that he
is prepared to furnish anything in his line ;
consisting in part, of Table Cutlery of al,
kinds ; Building a n d Housekeeping Hard
ware, in all styles, Cutlery, Tools, Paints, Oils,
Glass, Varnishes, Cedarware, Tubs, Buckets,
Churns, Knives, Forks, spoons, Shovels, Po
ker?, Tongs, Candlesticks, Pans, Waiters; Cop
per and Brass Kettles, Door, Desk, Pad and
all other kind of Locks, Nails, spikes and
at fact everything usually kept in a well regula-.
,ed Hardware establishment.
At Lancaster City, Penna
Mrs. Graves and Daughter, from Phila.,
Teachers of the Piano, Guitar and Voce/
itittßit. TEAMS, Five Dollars for three months.
Particular attention paid to the Rudiments.
N. B. Agents for the sale of CONRAD
MY ERS' world renowned PIANOS. Ladies
desirous of purchasing a good PIANO, are
respectfully invited to call at the subscribers
residence where they can be seen ; also good
Second-hand PIANOS, from $' , 25 and upwards.
Music Stools, $5. All the new Music received
as soon us published, for sale at city prices, by
fri. P. GRA YES,
June 14-3m] No. 15, 'East Orange St.
11.1.A.RIPaTik 111:1111311 mum.
Notigh)ents, ife , 4b s lo Ras, &e.
MICHAEL GABLE, Marble Mason,
Opposite the Town Hall Park,
Fr HE Marble business in all its branches,
I will be continued at the old place, near
the Town Hall and opposite Funk's Cross Keys
Tavern, where every description of marble
work will be kept on hand or made to order at
short notice and at very reasonable prices.
Marietta, June 29, 1861. 49-1 y
Hook's 'Dandelion Doffee.
THIS 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 25
cents. For sale at J. R. Ditfenbach's.
AGAIN REDUCED.—The best Coal Oil at
40 cents per gallon, or 10 cents per quart,
at the Hardware of
PATTERSON 4 , CO.
Marietta, February 22,1862.
ICE CREAM. , ICE CREAM.
Finely flavored Ice Cream can be had
WOLFE'S every day and evening, Sunday's
excepted. WOLFE'S VARIETY STORE,
wOI,FE'S Celebrated Spring and Clasp
The best in the world--made and sold at
Price, 6 cents.] WOLFE 'S.
50 BAwitlitetLlrboenoanothaetlathiAerois lowest
market rates by the barrel or gallon, at
J. R. Diffenbach , s Cheap Store.
10 ll "IFtIOIFiLIS'APAITINTIZR V INEG AR
F o r Sale at Dx.erENßActi's Cheap Cash Stare.
rilo LANDLORDS! Just received, Scotch
and Irish' IV warran
tea pure, at H. D. Benjanutin's,
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John Brown raid, an
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in any section of the country,
edge of a heroic act or stirrin
oblige us by sending an accoun
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Or, A Thousand Chances to Make Money.—
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dred fold. Every putout should get thew Lir
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ceipt of price. We pay particular attention to
mailing books, wrapping them carefully, and
will procure and send, post paid, any bout
anywhere, on receipt of publisher's price and
six stamps. Address
FRE EDLEY 4- CO.,
TRIBUNE BUILDINGS. NEW- YORg
SUPPLER & BRO.,
IRON AND BRASS
And General Machinists, Second street,
Below Unioh, Colombia, Pa,
They are prepared to make all kinds of Iron
Castings for Rollinglls and Blast Furnaces,
Pipes, for Steam, Water and Gas; Columns,
Fronts, Ccliar Doors, Weights, for Buil
dings, and castings of every description ;
JTEA3I E GINE.% AND BUILE US,
IN THE MOST MODERN AND IMPROVED
Manner; Pumps, MO( Presses, Shafting and
Pulleys. Mill Gearing, Taps, Dies, Machinery
for Mining. and Tanning ; Brass Bearings.
Steam & Blast Gauges, Lubricators, Oil Cocks,
Valves for Steam. Gus, and Water; Brass Fit
tings in all their variety; Boilers, Tanks, Flues,
Heaters, Stacks, Bolts, Nuts, Vault Doors,
BLA GE !iiii/THLNG i 8 GENERAL..
From lougexperience in building machinery we
flatter ourselves that we can give ge•ierai satis
faction to those who may furor us with their
orders. 'RepairingDa promptly attended to.
• Orders by mail addressed as above, will meet
with prompt attention. Prices. to suit the times.
T. R. SU PPLEE.
Columbia, October 20, 18tit/. • 14-tf
ripHE HOUSEKEEPER'S NEW
Prepared from an improved recipe by the pro-
" The Lrodier J onnthan Polish,"
is certified by all the leadiog, New York Fur
niture Dealers and Piano Forte makers to be
the best in the world for removing scratches,
marks and dirt, and restoring a high anti last
ing gloss to all kinds of Vai-nished Work, from
Furniture to Leather. It is cheaper and bet
ter than varnish, dries immediately, and is ea
sily applied. With a piece of canton flannel
and a bottle or two of this
Vein Purniture Polish,
a houseke2per can work magic in the furniture
of a house and keep it looking like new. Now the time to " shine up " your tables, chairs,
desks, pianos, picture frames, carriages, etc.,
and make them look fifty per centum better.
This is true economy. For sale by For&ture
Dealers and Storekeepers generally. Price 25
and 50 cents a bottle. Depot No. 1 Spruce
Street New York. Special Agents Wanted.
Address, Box 1972, New York P; 0.
WINES a LIQUORS.
jl7,- El. D. 13 ENJAMIN,
WINES & LIQUORS,
Picot Banding, Marietta, Pa.
BEGS leave to inform the public that ha
will continue the WINE & LIQUOR busi
ness, in all its branches. He will constantly
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch.
Whiskey, Cordials, Bitters, 43-c
Justly Celebrated Rose Whisky,.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
A very 4rerior OLD RYE WHISKEY
ust receivediat rich is warranted pure.
All MID. 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 frprn I in].
m EYER7S WORLD'S FAIR
PRIZE MEDAL PIANOS.
Attention is called to the recent improvements
by which the greatest possible roolume of tone
has been obtained, without sacrificing any of
the well known sweetness of these Instruments-
This, with an improved touch and action, ren
der these Pianos uneaqualed. The dull and
muffled, or metalic and wiry tone is entirely
avoided. All Instruments warranted to stand'
I'V AREROOMS, 722 ARCH' STREET
PIANOS and 311F.t.00nor:s for sale and to rent.
liepairmg in all its branches, carefully at
tended to. [may 17-3 m
A MERICAN HOTEL,
Located on Chestnut street, opposite the.
OLD STATE HOUSE,
and in close proximity to the principal Jobbing
and Impoiting Houses, Banks, Custom House,
and places of amusements. The City Cana
can be taken at the door (or Within a square)
for any depot in the City. The House hat
been renovated and refitted, and
PRICES REDUCED TO $1.50 PER DAT.
WYATT & HEULINGS, PROPRIETORS.
CHASF2S CONCENTRATE 1) L Y E, so—
perior to any now in use, can be had at the
Cheap Store of Diffenbarh.
S ALT ! SALT! !—lf you Want to buy
Call at the. store of Stutqotr.a. & Pax-Twos
ORDERS for HICKORY 4- OAK WOOD
will be received at the cheap store of
f all Subserptions
-n for the Relief of
ions who wish a
Iterieflt the sot-
And address at
, ste, or person