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77 . ttikiK" •
MARIETTA, PA •
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1863
W The President has issued his
Prolsmatjoiliallip g for three hundred
thousand icrfAteers,in addition to the
draft, with a view to a vigorous prose
ctitßirdribli War, until its object of re
eatanlishing the Union shall be accom
plish-tie • Looking forward 'to the ex
piration of the time of some of our
troop the coming yeav, he proceeds,
liko.n dtalasmairt, to make the needful
preparation for supplying their places
in-time:- , The Governors of the States
are called , On for their' quotas of three
hundred thousand'men. The volunteers
thun , called , for are to receive munificent
prerniums,botinties, and advanced pay.
They are to betcredited upon any future
draft,land: if any State shall fail to raise
its coots by the volunteer system, then
a draft forthe deficiency will be made
os the flithday of January next.
.100 one has forgotten the howl
andiyhine raised by 'Beauregard when
14eueral Gil ''''' threw Greek fire into
Ohalleston,, it now appears that our
Navy pepartment has official informa
tion that when the rebel iron-clad At
lanta attempted get to Savannah but was
captured, it was her intention to have
thrord,Greeli fire into the cities of New
tork and , Philadelphiti; Among the
einrandition found on board the Atlanta
iiits c a large
. number of "Robbin's, fluid
aliells" 'for se4en-inch rifle guns, and
dies, ' shells are the same as are em
-ployed by „Gilmore. against. Charleston,
and catied Greek fire. This
hypeoiisy of Beauregard when he coin
plakied of the inhumanity of its use
".The Washington correspondent
of the New York Evening Post says
that'theteis talk 'in military circles of
repeal of oue of the sections of
the ()ascription Act by the new (Jon
grasi—that which provides for tempo
raiy 'axainption by the payment, of three
hii&dred 'dollen. This will be urged in
December, and it is not improbable that
wlen tntext draft is made, should the
qtaitati net be made up by volunteering,
exemption by liayinen't °finny will be
Air The defeat .of Vallandigham has
been overwhelmingly, great. The ma
jority against him will,be scarcely less
than,one Inndrad ;thousand - =the• sol
soldiers-in (the army, who have not like
ours, beon , denied .the privilege while
fighting:the battles .of their, country,
havlogalr,ost unsnimouslyvoted against
him. When he received a vote or two,
tUey Wore:thrown by deserters who had
beenlarrested and sent.back to their—re
idlers, A i n 1
ease ati'expostire, with a hot climate,
mydy water and' bad diet will be una
voidable but armed with 13 - nlloway's
Poliffehg aiintrengthening Eills you
all thsse and still retain
good health. Only 25'ets, per pot,. [220
AllieriOngrf Colonel Birney'a recruit
ing offices; Limit. White, while on seN
vice,to enlist slaves, yras shot by a slave.
owner named Sotheron. Lieut. White
was, about to take two slaves whom the
owner had, tied'to ,prevant
air Gecritt Smith=-made a speech in
;Rochester on Tuesday. He said he
"had had many hobbies before the war,
but i sihco he had but'one; and thitlis,
40 'rebellion most'be Put dOWn."
. 1 . eir The Detroit Free Press, of , Sta
iray,,says : The friends of ,Gep i , Case
Übe pleased to learn that his ihealth
'mprovink, and that he is' now -6'o
- of danger, ' - ' -
IlirlAiissAttto4o,laase, the daughter of
the Secretary, it is said, Abe mar
ried to Senator Sprague, the chivalrous
IkhodedshindLGoVernor, on the 12th' o
November: ' A
.Governor . Curtin, leads Judge
- Agnew about nine thonen_nd. The Sen
ate will .stand 1 2 Republicans to 16
Democratte,t,anit the' lama
cans it 0.48 Democrats:'"
lir All the forte coolmenced Phil
&dolphin a- few mouths ago are now
' Itheif'doet, so fat as krievn,
Cabiaq, understood to
have peace propositions before it, ema
nating: from a source that has not yet
The i rice . of coal tieing
many of the railroads haye : again
comnienoed the use of wood.
JirYbprlA(4l a t lteady bees received
at tye, Txforiry v m . corernutation under
the enroliteeni-net- $5,000,000.
has, named the last
Tivirapay,, IsTovetobar as .a day of
prayer and praise to God.
ROSECRANS I RsmovAn.—Spealting of
the removal of Gen. Rosecrans, and the
appointment ,in his stead of General
Thomas, the' ew York Tribune says :
" The removal of Genrnral Rosecraus
from the command of the Department
of the Cumberland has been fully de-
CerMined upon. General Thomas will
be his successor. The fact that Gen.
Rosecrans was with gens. McCook , and
Crittenden, asleep in Chattanooga while
Gen. Thomas was fighting a brave and
desperate fight, alone has been known
to the Government for . Weeks. 'lt is
also understood that Gen. Rosecrans
has failed, ever since the battle of Chic
kamauga, to exhibit in his despatches a
spirit equal to the circumstances,
which he found himself. It is now as
certained, that, Gen.. Rosecrans came
very, near losing his command during
the siege of Vicksburg, in consequence
of his refusal to assist Geu. Grant, after
ed orders.by the Government and,
requests from Gen. Grant himself, by
attacking Bragg, so as to make a diver
n Grant's favor, and prevent the
reinforcement of Johnston. The Go
vernment is satisfied that lie was too
cautions before crossing the Tennessee,
and too rash afterwards; in the,first
case hesitating, to obey orders to move,
and in the second- disregarding, orders
not tp move too ..rapidly.; that, in a
word, the Chattanooga campaign_ was
really a failure." , •
414 - 11 r. John Mettler, formerly re
siding near Easton, and now in his 89th
year, did up some tall walking lately..L-
Ife has been a resident of 'the State of
Ohio for the last two years, but getting
tired of Buckeye. life, concluded to re
turn to his 'old home. ,Be preferred
walking to railro&ding and steamboatin
and accordingly set out on his long
journey on the 2.lst of September, ar
riving at Easton on Saturday, October
16, thus making the trip in fifteen days.
The distanCe traveled when he reaches
home will be four hundred and fifty-six
miles, in sixteen days. The old gen
tleman boasts that he can cut two cords
of wood in a day without any difficulty.
Qgir The veteran Democrat, Daniel S.
Dickinson, has made a speech in New
York, which produces a Jemarkable
point. Ile declared that in the war of
1812 Mr. Madison: made ten mistakes
where Abraham Lincoln has made one,
yet the Democratic party sustained the'
Executive then, and made their. for
tunos as a party by their patriotic
Or The Progressive Age, of Belfast,
Me., states that the famous trotter,
"Flora Temple," died in that city on
the 19th instant. She bad trotted at
Bangor a few days previously, and took
a sudden cold, which brought on an at
tack of the 'diitemper, of which she
died. tier owner valued her at sixteen
' Colonel Dan McCook, of the
Fifty-second Ohio regiment, has destroy
ed the home of the murderer of his
brother, Brig. Gen. McCook, who Was
butchered while lying wounded in an
ambulance. The avenging brother left
not. one stone upon another, and made
it a place of desolation. The house is
near Huntsville, Alabama.
ar The Newburyport Herald says
Amesbury is a little disturbed by an
elopement that took place,on Saturday,
when James Bush, an V, nglißti,man of
nearly three score and ten years, leaving
an estimable wife and family behind,
took a Miss Rebecca J. Wormw.ell, a
young woman of less than eighteen
years, and, left for parts untdown..
Cri B. Tyrrell, from Connecticut,
who has lately inherited a fortune, went
to New York last' Sunday, and hired a
'cabman to find him some company to
have alnutithl good time. The "com
pany" Was found;ani3 Tyrrell was a suf
ferer to the One of $15,000 before his
newly made aiquaintanees left`him.
egr Slaves are bringing , extremely
high pricesin Richmond. At an auc
tion sale made last week, one negro man
sold for $3,350,,and a girl ,for $3,250.
At a - private sale a girl, brought 0,600,
and a cook woman $3,800. The Whig
. that these are probably the highest
,prices ever obtained in that market.
er General Rosecrans, says some' of
the: New York correspondents with his
army, is subject to fits Or . epilepsY:,
which have increased upon him' since
the late battle, and this prObably im
palre hie usefulness in the field 'and is
the chief cause of his removal:
- Cr Central America dates give hope
that St. Domingo will have to. be. aban
sioned by the. Spaniards, though a.Small
brigade.is still entrenched 'at La. Plati,
covered by several war vessels. There
are' rumors in Havana that Marihall
Foray has died of yellow fever.
lir In the case of Hon. G. W. Joni*
Minister -to Bogota under Buchanan,
againsthe Beeretary.of State,. Justice
Cle r rlie,_ of New York, held that the
President had no constitutional right to
suspend the habeas'corpus, either as
President or comnitted,enin-chig.
na; wonndtid at , thO , battle of 'Brisfoir,
died in a hospital at Alexandfia. Cot.
Rtiffthwas' , lt' member 'nf'dcingrress
kre the rebellion.
, • A
tom' Although the distance from Chat
tanooga to Atlanta, Georgia, is much
farther 'than from IVashinglop to Rich-
M 01213, yet we doubt not that the termi
nation of the next move of Gen. Thom
as, Rosecrans' successor, wilt find him
in that city., Atlanta .is really the heart
of the Southern States, and therefore
the most vital point in the Confederacy.
The town of Rome and Marietta, which
would also fall, manufacture one third
of the horse shoes, guns, and munitions
of war made in the Soath. The ma
chinery for the prodaction of Sinall arnis
has been taken to Atlanta, which place
has several extensive foundries. All
,the machinery from the foundries at
= • ,
'Chattanooga dies I;ikewise been hhippod
to Atlanta. Besides it is a flourishing
city, an -important—railway -centrer and.
an extensive railway depot for. Confed
erate commissary stores.. Atlanta, to
the ,Seuili, is, kike Chicago to the North
west, and its occupation by the:soldiers
of the Union would Am virtually •the
snapping of the backbone of the rebel-
We'learti fibMra' liiend, says 'the
Harfisburg Telegriph, that When ex-
Governor Pitcler'iisiled the 'Polls, at
Williarbspert, to vote, he botistfally
held up . his "ticket`, exclaiming, - "Here is
a ticket &deb is eoiiir all7aver r !"
mediately behind Packer cam's 'a
Hibernian, alio ih theact Orvoiing, who
cried out, in a lusty 'vbice, "Be jabers,
kere"isci balldt to kill `oiar shake!' We'
do not envy 'Willietit t. Packer the
feeling, while we' 'despise' ilia . Motive,
which 'prompted him t.' his vote and his
exclamation. The` himest IrLsliman is
the better man and the purer patriot of
the two citizens. *-
lar It is said that st general order
will be issued by, the War Department
in a few days, providing for the enlist-
ment of colored troops in the - States of
Maryland, Kentocky, Missouri, : and
West Virginia. All loyal owners will
be allowed three: hundred 'dollars .for
each slave that may enlist, the slave to
be free at the, expiration of his term of
enlistment. The slaves of disloyal mas
ters will also,be enlisted, but they, will
not be paid for them.
far A steamship arrival from Europe
brings news that cn the 9th the English
Government seized the ram-ships,
by the Mesers. Laird' for the rebels.—
The Turkish Porte is said to have of
fered to purchase' the "vessels, a propo
sition' faVored by Earl Russell. Corres
from the Continent gives im
pression unfavorable to the Mexican
throne. The answer of the Archduke
Maximillian was looked upon as a quali
fied refusal, rather than acceptance of
tar Chattanooga , is the Cherokee for
hawk's nest or eagle's nest. The - town
was originally the headquarters'6f Jbhn
Ross, the Cherok:ee chief. It , received
its name from its location, being stir
rounded on all sidet 'by Mountains, the
poetic vision of the red man seeing in
it an , exact resemblance to .a hawk's
nest. Rossville; t 1 Which our army fell
back after the second day's' fight, Was
named in honor or Jelin Ras: ' •
air. General Corcoran lately visited
New York, for the purpose of installing
in theplace of a wife, now some months
dead,,a youthful bride. ,The:lady, thus
elevated to refined end intellectual cit. : .
Iles,_ comes from most .respectable
family, residing on the, east side, of the
city. The "affair was so quietly per
formed, that the
,public knew nothing
of it, until the General and his partner
were well out of the reach of "Jenkins."
oggr A terrible
, accident occurred in
Troy,,New York; on Monday-last. A.
number of men were engaged in digging
a sewer, twenty feet below the' level of
the street, when both , sides caved' in,
burying about twenty. - Three dead
bodies have been.taken • out, and only
three were saved alive. There are still
twelve of fifteen persons under' the
arth, and 'men are vigorously engaged
in digging them out.' ' ~;
Or Formal, proceedings wars,. corn
plqed and registsrpd,,on
in the ,Court of : Bankruptcy; ;
with a view of winding up
Eastern Steamship ComPattlY, aso qs to
stay Tarions actions w:hich had been
commenced,, and to insure an , equatAis,
Pibution of the assets.-
tra - Marten'll. /Yeoman, (colored.) a
iradnate "cif Middlebury College; Ver
mont, and for year principal of
An;ery COlieg, Pa:, has been appointed
Profeiscir of Mathematics afid 'NatiOal
Philosophy 'in Liberia Collete, 'and
kbes out in '.lSlbiember.
The•directors'bf the rEtennhylva
nia 'Railroad CompanY have decla'red , a,
gaud-annual iliifdebll of; fi v:e• "pdrreent.' , Oil
the Capital atodk Or flotopany t
clear of N'atiohal add State. taires--filiy.
able on and• attei-NroVember l,Pth. • 'I
Cr General 'Ceaoh 14e orqered the
removal of the sick a¢d woup4m3 from
the oppitale At, Ge,ttypbyrg The,ry z
mor of another : .Rebel. raid
. may have
something to qo.
Gene it 4 t de •adietf 'to
army` corps' bitt•liniid l aYfait•; and
returned to -. VviabinitOW; Gen. Meade
not considering bun 10411'.4itcluih to re.
suns' his caininaficl. • • • • '
COLORED SCHOOLS IN NEW 0 RLEANS.-
The New Orleans Era describes in an
'entertaining manner the several schools
of that city established under the direc
tion of the United States 'authorities for
the education of colored children. At
the St.' Luke's Hospital School there
are at pr'esent two hundred arid eighteen
scholars, 'at_the street school
about sixty, and at three other schools
not yet fully organized there are as
many more. The pupils are of all ages
and•colors, ; and comprise. in several in
'starice.s 'Parents and dhildred. These
schools are now regarded as one of the
permanent institutions of the city, and
are of iricalculahle advantage .to .the
iqtor'ed , iace,. •
The Cincinnati Commercial says
that the venerable Catholic Archbishop
Purcell, accompanied by Bishop Rose
crans, appeared at the polls in • that
city, on the 13th' instant, for the first
time in twenty-five years, and voted an
open Union ticket. '
fir Gov.' Sopa - our calls tor, Tobin
teersfUr New quota. He be
wails the:prospect of a draft..
Pint bottles at 50c each, for the cure of Jame
ness, scratches, wind' galls, Sprairis t bruises,
splints, elite, L colie, sliPping stifle, over-heat=
frig; sore thidat, ilea in the loot, 'eet.' It is
warranted cheaper:and: better* than 'any other
article ever offered-to-the
of animals pave been curedinf,the colic-and
over beating by this liniment ; and hundreds
that were, crippled and lame have been restor 7
ed - to their Cornier vigor. It is used by all the
first horsemen throughout the Union. Orders
are:consteatly received from the Racing Sta
bfes of •England for fresh supplies of this inval
uable article.. Over 2,500 testimonials have
been . received : ,:Remember, Fifty Cents laid
Out in time may save the life of your horse.
Scild 'bYlall'drUggi,sts. Office,' 56 Connie - 11'dt
street, Netv-TOrli. , ' [O- lni
Why is Cristadoro's Hapr . Dye popular?
Read the universal answer to this question.
Becanse it imparts a , nstural black or brown.
It'does noferisP or burn'the lia is
It does not soil the fairest skin:
'Os applied-in ten mioutes.
Therefore the. Man of Tas , e approves, it
Those who valuu,Sillten noir use it
The-Ladies everywhere prefer it.
Th'es'e` to *both One is valuable Pationizd
Crtetadoro's hair Preservative, is invaluable
witivhis Dye; as it•imparts the u'inostsoftness
and the most beautiful gross and great, vitality
to the hair. Manufactured by J. cRIST A DORO
No. 6 Astor. House, New-York. Sold every:
where, and applied by all Hair Dressers.
Pried 'sl, slisO, 'and s s3 per box; according
to size. - • [O-no. 2.
DZP7 A. qentpmpT, cured qt , Norvous pc-,
IncOmpetericy, Premature Decay, and
Youthful Eircir;actliated by a desire to benefit
others; will be happy to fornish 'to all wbo
needlt,' (free of clierge) . the recipe and direc
tions.for'inaking- the simple Remedy used in
his case. Those wishing to profit by his ex
petienceand,possess.a Valuable. Remedy—
will 'the same, by return mail, (care
fully sealed,) by ad6eSsing
JOHN B. OGDEN,
No: 611 Nassau Street, New Yoik.
' N EWAND.
'Zlattslorto Oran Mitt Riurtir
Irkß'J?7;'ANDLShaving purchased the entire
_V interest And good will of : Dr. B. Hinkle's
Drug Store, would take this opportunity to in
forM thE'citikensl of, Marietta and the public
generally, that having just 'receivetifrom
adelphia a large addition to ihe - Md stock, he
Will'spaie no 'pains 'to keen constantly on hand
the,beatand;moat complete assortment of eve
rything in the drug line.
,ot of Fancy '4;) ;c es,
Consisting inljart of Getman, French d'Eng
lish ; 'perfumery, Shaving , Soaps and Creams,
Tooth.and Nail Brushes, Buffalo antLother
Hair Combs Hair Oils Pomades etc,
Port Monies .Pocket Hooks Puff
and Powder Boa es, kc., 6-c
The celebrated Batchrlor's HAIR DYE,
DeCosta's and other Tooth Washes,india" Cola
gogne, Barry's Tricoperous, for the hair, Bay
Rum, Arnold's large and small sized bot
tles, Balm of a Thousand FlOwers, Flour of
Rice, Corn Starch; Heckel's Farina, all kinds
,pure Ground Spices, Compound
Pticispliate; or 'Chemical Mod, an exCellent
ticle for -croak' dyspepsia and a tonic 'in Con
sumptive cases, Rennet, for coagulating milk,
air exc'ellent` preperition for the table ; Table
Oilvertfine—bottles in two sizes. Pure Cod
soaps, &c. His Meth air on or Hair Restorative
rd nOw everywhere , acknowledged the best.
OF . )30eKi ANII.STATiONEIT.
Sheet Music always on hand, and promired
by,weekly orders from the city.
- .Wving Sectiind "theservices of Mr. Harrison
~ Roth, formerly of the firm of Grove & Roth,
he - feels confident that he can accommodate
.'a's , well'aS , please. his 'numerous Patrons and
~friends... - • .
Old Pori, Sherry and Madeira Wines and
Brandieilor medical - purposes. : • •
.The -Oector,can. he...professionally, consulted
at tee store when not engaged elsewnere.
••' 1 112 6 Rernember the' place, opposite the Post
_Office, formerly Doctor Hinkle's.
Painter; Glcizierand . P4er H4nger.
117 9 . 41.)? most respectfully inforin the cit-
V izens:of ,14teriettri iria the public
ally that lie . is' preparedito.do
1 1 4 0 . u9l ifftit4tin , g,„
Paper Hanging 6^c
kt'very short. notice and at prices to suit the
-eae: be feuPd athis Mother's resi
dence on the corner'of Chesnut and Seconi
streets; efeinr iloors-below , the E. Church',
and , inalTlOiate/Y tc , pposite- the. QM Oberlin
Coitch Worket. .[Aug. 3-Iy.
• DAVID IyIELLINGF,II„
Sign, Painter, 4. Paper Hanger.
AVlN%returged:to,Marietta ,and ream
-11 ed his old business, , is prepared to, do
1 ,41,411dS Plaht and Fancy fainting,
ucb. as China Klops,ing, imitation of woods and
niirbfe - Honie anirzegn . painting; paper bang=
ink' , .3;c.z:? For,..the' prebent,be can be-found
at , Aptiold's Eagle Hotel.
,CRO.TX AO NEW ZNGLAND RUM
Pr.cul44 . ry purposes, warranted genuine
Fl. D. Benjamin
A Fortune for All!
EITII ER AIEN OB IVOMEN ! !
NO HUMBUG, but an ENTIRELY zica ,
thing. Only three Months in this country !
No clap-trap operation to gull the public, hut
a genuine money-making thing ! Read the
Circular of instruction once only, and you will
understand it perfectly. A Lady has just
written to me that she is making as high as
TWENTY DOLLARS SOME DAYS! giving in
structions in this art. Thousands of Soldiers
are making money rapidly at it. No person
has to be urged to patronize it. It is a thing
that takes better than anything ever before
offered. You can make money with it home
or abroad—on - steamboats or-railroad cars, and
in the country or city. You will be pleased
in pursuing it, not only because it will yield
a handsome income, but also in consequence
of the general admiration which it elicits. It
is pretty much all profit. A mere trifle is
necessary to start vith.
There is-scarcely. one-person out of ,thou
sands who ever pays any attention to adver
tisements of this kind, thinking they are hum
bugs; Consequently those who' do send for
instructions will have abroad field to make
money' in..' There ls a class of. persons in this
world who, think because the, have been
hinnbugged, out of a dollar or so, that every
thing that is advertiSed is a humbug. Conse
quently they try no more. The person who
succeeds is the one that keeps on trYing until
he hits something that pays turn.
This art coseme one thousand dollars, and
I expeei to make money out of it—add all who
pnrchase the art from me will do the same.—
One Dollarsent to me-will insure the- prompt
return' of a card 'of instructions in 'the art.--
The money uilt be returrad to 14ose who are not
Address WAI.TER TINSIF-Y,
• No. l Piik 'Place, New York.
PULMONARY CONSUMPTION A CURABLE DISEASE.
TO CONS MPTIVES
The undersigned having been restored to
health in a few weeks,ty a vets simple remedy
after having suffered severely for several years
with lung affectioi, and that drend disease,
Consumption- 7 is'anxiouS to make knOwn to
his fellow-siiffereiS the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will sea& a copy of
the Tresetiption %sea (free of charge), with
the directions for preparing and using the
same, which they will find a mire cure for
Consumption. Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs,
Colds, Scc. The only object of the advertiser
in lending the prescription, - is to benefit the
afflicted, and spread information which he
conceives to be invaluable ; and he hopes ev
ery sufferer will Cost them nothing, and may
prove a blessing.
Pardes wishing the 'preseription Will please
^ Rev. EDWARD A. WILbON,•
8713,q1 . . Ktirws
ReCeived two '"Ptize Medals
FRoN JURIES 3 AND 4,1 AT THE
International Ezhibition, Landau, 1.862,
BEING THE SOLE AWAKDS GAINED BY
ANYTHING OF THE KIND.
It also received the Superlative Repolt of '
"Exceeding Excellent Pood."
M A Z NA ,
At the Great, laternational Exhibition at
Hamburg, July, 1863,
Received the Highest lifedrd
FOR ITS DELICACY AS AN ARTICLE
Used for Puddings, Custarda,„Blnac Mange,
&c., with Out Isingliia, with feW or' no eggs.
It is excellint tor thickening •Sweet Sauces,
Gravies for Fish, Meat, soups, &c. For Ice
Cream' Lottiing can 'coMpare with -it. A little
boiled in'llilk make.sric . h Crehin for Coffee,
Chocolate, Tea, &c. A most delicious article
for food fOreliildieri and invalid's. It is vastly
.superior to. Afrow - Root,•and much more eco
Put - up in one pound packaAes; under the
trade-mark Maizena; with MI directions for
use, and sold by all Grocers and Druggists.
166 Fulton ;Street New- York.
Atigust 22-6 ml
FARMERS. FARIERS. AND. HORSE DEALERS,.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
.FRONEFIELD , B"
Celebrated, Preparations unparralled in the
history of medicine, and, the medicines which
deserve attention. His Powder stands unri
valled for the cure of Yellow •Water in horses
and in cows its tendency to increase the for
mation of Milk, Butter and Fatihas'',,arrested
'the , attention of Farmers, Causing it to be ur4-
versally used. His highly recommended and
jutlY'celcbrated Cattle Liniment is a speedy
cure for all diseases to which an extei nal ap,
plication is useful. Those who are afflicted
with Rheumatism should , secure a bottle im
mediately, having been used-by ninny of our
most prominent citizens who, speak, .or it in
the highest terms of praise. Come, one and
all,:try a bottle and 'be convinced of its'iner
its., Constantly, on hand and for sale by
Marietta );LANE & CO.
!CIE° : W. WORRALL, •
I„_A SURGEON DENTIST'
Having rearmed to the Rooma formerly occupies
by Dr. Sweiitzet, - adjoiriing I.4pangiir ef Frit
terson74 Stare, Market Street, where he is fIOM -
Prepared to wallop all who may feel
disposed fn patronize him:
Dentistry in' all Its brknches car
ried on. TEETH inserted on the most approved
principles-of Dental scienee. All'oPerations
on the mouth performed ir. a skillful and
workmanlike manner—on fair principles and
OF vEBY lit ASO&ABLE TERMS.
Having deterthined upon a permanent loea
,131/1"e, would'ask a continuation
of the lit ' ronage Yeretofor6 extended
to hiin, for whiel•he will render every possi
ble satisfaction.:.‘E - r-
Ether adiiiiiiistered to'properpersons.
Fipt, :140onal Bank' of lliarietta.
RAVING COMPLETED ITS ORGANIZATION
is now prepared to transact all kinds of
The Board of Directors meet weekly,' on
Wednesday;'fordiscount ,a,u.d- other business.
II:a - Bank Hours : Fnom 9A.ntto 3 r. sr.
AMOS' ViorMAY, - Cashier".
Monett% 'July 2'6'44863. , : .
TyRANDIES—eII tinuids.—guarrantedto be
gelduine. 'H. D. .Benianin.
Soldiers in the Army
AND OUR PEOPLE AT DOME
A RE now offered an opportunity by which
they can obtain a good and
DURABLE TIME-Pt Uf:, di:l 7
AT A VERY LOW FIGURE. 4.
OUR W A TCH ES
ARE WARRANTED TO K E'.EP TIME
One year, and the buyer is allowed the privi
lege of examination before payment is required.
IN FULL It U 13 V ACTIONS.
A first-class Hunting Time-Piece of silver
material, over which is electro-fine plated ISk
gold, most durable wrought, making the imi
tation so faultless that it cannot be detected
from the solid material by the most experienced
judges ; acids will not affect it. London made
movement. Improved Duplex in full rubs/ ac
tion, has sweep seconds, and is not to be ex
celled in general appearance. This is decided
ly', one or the best °dicta
. ever.olfered for . trail
ers and ; speculators. Engineers, emigrant-4 and
persons travdll.6g, wilt find - them superibeto
any other ; alteration of climate will not affect
their accuracy,- .Price r intoked....in,gundt.shape
and good running order,
,only $35, or case of
6 for $2OO.
;Tito hunting ~Lebal s,
BEST QUALITY ., SILVER
over which electro-fine plated IS karat gold,
similar to our improved -Duplex; and superior
aojusted movements, with "stop," to be used
in timing horses, etc.; has Four. Indexes for
Washington and Greenwich time, steep
ond, and all , the ir.nproVements.. AA B
taking 'its heentifiil and faultless oripietißlikeE'nd
its superior movement into consideration, we
regard it as decidedly the cheapest article - 9f
the kind in the m 'rket. . .
. tricein good.running order, $35, or estOe.of
6 for. $2OO
Kr We ask no pay in advance, but will
forward either of them to responsible parties,
to any part n(, the loyal States, with bill MP.
able to expressman when the goods are deli.v.7-
ered, giving the buyer the privilege of exami:-
nation, and, if nut satisfactory,, the watch can
be returned at our expense.
.The express companies ref./se Jatilang: col
lections on soldiers and other. parties du s .tite
disloyal States, eobsequently all such: ordiers
must be accompanied by the cash to insure 1..7
tention. We make a deduction of twa
lars on either when the payment is forwarded
Money may be sent by express at. 'our ex
THOS. CAFFERTY 04- CO: ,
93 and 95 Broad street ; oppostte City. Ifank,
Oct. 17-3m] Pro vidence,ll..'
. . .
iitifllieVs ;MO Moe ofIN. , —'
10R the cure of Weak Stomachs, Kenmal
JI , debility - , indigestion, dtseases af , th . , - 1-
Nervous System, constipation, acidity fie '
s li t
the stomach and for ail cases requiring - a ~ A
-This Wine locludes-the most agreeable and
efficient Salt - of Iron - we poss.ss; Citrate.-cif
Magnetic Oxide combined, with the intist'im.-
ergetic of vegetable tonie4 Yeltow PernVian
%WI. The coact iu away cases of debility,,
loss of appetite, and general prost.mtion, of nui
efficient :salt of bust, combined with our valua
ble Nerve Tunic, is most happy. It augments
the appetite,-raises the pulse-, takes of? muscu
lar flabbiness, :re - Moves the palor of: debility,
and gives a florid- vVor to Wu countenance. ,
Do you want something- to strengthen you ?
Do you want a good appetite ?
Do you want to build up your;constitution?
Do yon Avant to feel- well? -
Do you want to get -rid of nervousness?
Do you want energy?
Do you want:to sleep well? ,
Do you-want - a brisk, and-vigorous feeling?'
youlf do. try.
KU NK ECS 'BITTER WINK. OF !
This truly valuable Tonie '',lken so
thoroughly test.d by all classes of the commu
nity, that it is now deemed indispensable as
a Tonic 'medicine. It costs but lettle•, purili-s
the blood, gives tone to the stoinacit, ienovates
the system, and prolongs *life. l nctnr only
ask a trial of this valuable Tonic.
Br: AWARE OF., COUNTkRI , Errs.—As
K EL'S Bitter Wine V Irun is the only sure and
effectual remedy in the kno orn woad tor the
permanent cure of Dyspepsia and Debility,
and as there are a number of, imitations offer
ed to the public, we would caution t e com
munity to purchase mine hitt the genuine ar
ticle, manufactured by S. A. litinkel, and has
his stamp on the trip of the mirk of every' bat
tle, The very fact that others are' attempting',
to imitate this valuable remedy, proves its.
worth and speaks v.iluatieS in - its favor.
The hitter Wane of lion is pittlip in 75 cent
and $l.OO bottles, and Sold by all respectable-
Druggists thruw;hout the country. Ile par
ticular that every buttle'bearS the foe s Mirk
the prOprietor's signature.
General Depot, 1 la Market Siteet,
For Sale 'by Dr. Wiane Sr. Co 2 and at
respectable demers everywhere.
BEANE & CO.,
Druggists cS• Pharmacutists,
MARKET STREF,T, Al !lIKTTA,
Opposiie DVenbacles Storo.
H AVE just'received a new and fresh stock
Dye Stuffs and' Perfumery, .ke.
Also, a large and fancy lot of Coak Oil Lamps,
'Suedes, Globes, Burners, &c., inks, Pens,
Paper and EnVelopes, Fresh Seidlitz
Powders, Citrate of Magnesia,
Cologne, Hair Oils_ and Per
fumery, Ponialles,' Sago,
• Cloves, Mace, Pocket
Books, Combs, Brushes, Soaps,
Gum Rattles, Balls and Rings, Bazin's
Shaving'Cream, Burnett's Cocoame, and Kat,
lista n, Flavoring Extracts of 'Lem on..Va
nillaPine Apple, 'Strawberry, Rose
and Alinoad, Infant Powder, Putt
and Powder Boxes, Balm of a
Thousand Flowers, Gai-
den Seeds of the best •
- quality and va
9z3 - Flower Seeds, consisting of some of the
Cattle Powders and Liniments.
All the celebrated Family Medicines con
starttly on hand.
Prescriptions and Family Receipts carefilly
corn pou nde [Apl 18; 1863.
' JOHN CRULL, • '
92 MARKET STREET,MARIETTA.
MAKES this method of informing his old
I friends sod the- public generally, that he
has.re-taken his old stand (recently occupied
by George L. Mackley,) and is now perma
nently fixed to prosecute the Ratting business
IN AFL ITS #RANCHES.
Haying just returned from the city where he
selected a large. varied and fashionable assort
ment of everything in the
HAT AND CAP LINE,
and now only asks an examination of his
stock.itad prieesl before purchasing elsewhere.
Having also laid in a stock of Hatting'materi
al,.he will be enabled, at short notice, to man
ufacture all qualities=from the common &ft,
to. the Most Fashiohable 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.. 13— The highest price paid
or trade or cash.
A. SUPERIOR COOK STOVE, • .:: •
Very plain style, each, one warranted ' - =':f
to perforai to the entire satisfaction ..of -.---"-
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A . ow & Co. ......,
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