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F. L. Occk,er, _Editor.
MARIETTA. PA :
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27,1864.
sir the following-paragraph is taken
from wprifate letter from General But_
ler to a get . glistof Congress, who had.
written 'Whim concerning Fernendo ,
4)110 (Riitleii) doings :
lelkon - your frieudsbip
to'iotti‘it : thvor of having ° any official'
act` t mine inimitigated ; such investi.
gations" will shoirMistakei, blunders,
antrfeurns Of judgMent innumerable,
and - lbrihese r mast stiffer ; but
nothieg"elle.' I shcialif aven'be willing
for there to be investigated by Fernando
Wood; fibre it not int Are maxim, set a
thiel464atcli the thief.'
Ur The Copperheads in the Ohio
jJegiehsture are. trying to secure the re
leaSeitiff George. W. Binkley; the founder
of the-treasonable order of "Knights of
the,Gelden - Oirele," who was arrested in
Kentucky 'a :few nights ago, and has
since, been itoOriiioned in the Ohio pent.
tentiarf. They threaten that, unlese he
ierdleaseitpeneetibly, they will release
him forcibly. By their interest in the
behalf of an. original traitor, they give
unmistakable evidence that they belong
tolis deitorous-seeret organization.
sir 4,1431 Stearns, of Los Angelos,
lost about seven thousand
hea,d of cattle, through want of food.
dtt4ll,t4e,litst few months. That gen
tleman is believed to be the largest
stock and cattle owner in the United
States. He owns this year forty-eight
thonsaud cattle, besides nine thousand
calves. • . • •
er Last week Michael Conners, Jas.
Brennan (tailos), John Keaton, Patrick
Close, Thos. *puke, and James Whe
lan, '"corninittee meb," were arrested at
Beckscherville, by the military anthtir
ities, 'charged with unlawfully and vio
lently stopping collieries. •On Wednes
day they were sent to Reading, under
guard, for trial.
la' According to the first official re
port made' to" the 'Legislature this ses
sion, there are abont twelve hundred
miles of canal in the State, having no
lesethan 750 locks, and - employing in
the' aggidgate about 6700 boats, the
greater, Ortion of which are owned by
private individnats. '
er A widoiv; occiPyint a large house
in a fashionable quarter in New ' York,
sent for a =Wealthy-U*7er to make tier
wilt, by•whioh.sbe disposed or betisieisi
fifty Mid ' siity`f thousand dollars: — He
prioposed‘simb effei, was - accepts&
found himself the happy husband of a
or The London. Times honestly' de
clares its= sympathies -are with the re
bels and for the reason that the United ,
States ategetting too large, too wealthy
and Loo strong for the rest of the world,
and ill extirliple and influenee likely to
produeitilnisohief among the European
Dr. „ Henry' St. Clair, a lineal de
soendatrt'• of General St. Clair, • was
elected on'Friday last, State Senator in
place of• Maj. Harry' White resigned.—
His majority was over 1200. He is, of
course; a 'Union man, and will enable
this Senate to`erganize and go to•busi
shrTwalve,brothers belonging to Ca
mains, - Onondaga county, New York,
arefaliiinythe army as .soldiers. The
lightest of them weighs 200 pounds. A
son of-the eldest of these •brothers vol
unteered at the same time with his
gar A one-legged man died suddenly
in France the other, day. His wooden
leg was buried with him. , His sister, on
,over his will, discovered that
in the wooden leg were deposite4s,ooq.
Thi.‘bcOy was exhumed, and. the sum of
I,6l3o.,fpurid in-the leg.
isir Garrett Davis, the Kentuckytipa
nine, inflicted, last week, a four hours'
tirade upon the- Senate. Re is beyond
all comparison the greatest bore that
hacaliar afflicted that body.
sr. The great gong upon Colt's fac.
tory t which soutzded continually till the
building wisl .haK4 4l, 4own, lase heard
dintitrt)y at Willinly2itiß; a, distance ,of
MTh:iehigan higielattere pW
Bee a 3,500
oat 1041 - .boottifying of
Get* !tort (Minatory -Allottedi tOlAtilito
Stone, the nevelai* -
vernor of Tows, was once a canal driver
between Rag - iiunt:Oeyelend,
at three dollars alto oath.
TILE LAST SLAVE IN PENNSYLVANIA.-
Hannah Kelley p believed to„be the last I
slave in Pean:Sylvania, died in Cross'
Creek towihship, Washington county, on:
the 15th nit., it the advanced age k:If10& - p I
years. She vas owned by Joh:ii
oer, deceased, formerly of Jefferson
township, bat for a number of years, bad
boarded with her free colored relatives
in Cross Creek' township. Notwith
standing her great age, she was remarka
bly healthy, and gave fair promise of
outliving her grand children, had .she
not been brought to her death by a hor
rible. accident. Rising early on New
Year's morning, she was warming her
self by, a very warm fire at the end of a
coal scaffold, close by the door of her
house, and in some way caught fire, and.
Was so terribly burnt before assistance
'could be given that she died, as'recorded
above. ' .
M.D._ Conway, in a letter ,to the
Boston Commonwealth, thus shows one
of the many forms , of court etiquette,
which restrict the will and affections of
English princes :
"I learn that there was quite a rebel
lion at Win i dsor Castle. The princess
vehemently, opposed having a wet nurse,
and the prince, took, her side, and could
not see why she should not be allowed
to nurse the babe, as she , strongly de
sired to do. But she was told that the
court traditions, should not be set aside;
never was English prince or princess
,by its own , mother. So the
healthy and virtuous Mrs, O'Somebody
was sent for, and the;princess had a long
cry. This is a . true story, and somewhat
more valuable than ordinary court gos- .
eir Alexander Fidler, or Aberdeen,
has set a noble example by erecting on
the quay of that port a drinking faun. ,
tain, with not only a trough for horses
and dogs, but also wash hand basins for
the carters. The water is constantly
flowing 'through' the wash-hand basins,
so that they are sell-cleansing. So
highly is this monument of "practical
benevolence" valued by the Aberdeen
carters, that they have purchased a val
uable gold watch, and begged Mr. Fid
ler to accept Was a token of the grati
tude they feel for the blessings he has
conferred upon "man and beast." 'This
may be regarded as the highest type of
Gennral Fremont writes to Major
General gchenci, chairman of the Eloase
Military Committee, that he requested
to be relieved from the army of Virginia
because he "regarded the order which
reduced him to serve under Gen. Pope
as an unmerited insult ;" that since
then he has been waiting orders ; that
he was once promised 'a command but
did not get it ; that he has kept part 'of
his staff to have their services when he
should be recalled to active service ;
,and•that hag drawn his pay, "since
the close of the last session of Congress
to be applied wheie it might alleviate
distresses resulting from . the war,i and
it'has'been used accordingly."...,
er Dr. John Chapman, a celebrate'd
English physician, is now engaged in
making important experiMents,' 'con:
nected with the cure of epilepsy, and
other diseases of the nervous system, by
thV'external application of ice and hot
water, in rubber bags, to various parts
of . the apina:l cord; acting thui on the
sympathetic nerve, and, through it, upon
the' most important and vital portions
of the body.
fill• Oysters are among the most
healthful, and •nutritious-of all- the arti
cles furnished for the table. When
fresh, they. are probably most nourishing
when eaten raw ;, but they should n Ot be
"bolted down 4" as is the custom of some
who love this bivalve. They should be
thoroughly masticated, or, in other
words, made, to•feel the tseth. •
eir A. German atatiatical writer re
marks that the invention of the sewing
machine has enabled one: woman,to sew
as a hundred could sew by hand a cen
tury ago; but, he continues,. one. woman
now demands as much clothing as a
hundred did a century ago—so that the
situation is not so much changed after
sr The' Boston Herald says:—The
type fdtnideis hive issued a circular to
all printers that they have raised the
prica of printing material 25 per cent.
Paper makers have raised the price of
p4per I OQ ,, pol cent. 'The reader will
see - that !publiiihers of neWspapers ;are
not likely to become m!llioiaires in It
huTry under this State of affairs.
A report is in preparation upon
the claims.of Lieut. Mauiy for compen
sation lot alleged damages, in' wliicit - it
is stated that he has already drawn from
Government more money than Was just
ly his due"; Hie bondsmen being iQ the
Southern Confederacy it is impossible
toproceed against tbein; ' '
er Over 12;000'611 - 4es hare already
enlisteii in Tennessee; ifiti enlist
meats in the at 'a
rate-of 500 per week. 3
*r The. quota -under, the joint
tall, of 500,000 is filled in . Columbia,
county, this State. All honor to'Co-,
fitU I DUh T AW 1
General News Items.
• A obspleYor- Swedish officer arriveit
in Ne* York city, per steaniet Chitift,
on Thursday lajt. )They area , commis;
liotind,by their government,to,proseed
to the American battle-fields, and take
notes and observations upon modern
warfare, as exemplified in the coming
It is understood that the commodious
buildings near Chester, which for some:
months have been used for army hospi
tal purposes, will now be converted into
barracks for the temporary reception of
the re-enlisted Pennsyltnnia regiments,
prior to their departure for the flea
. Tbe,,law depriving, oolored...versons,
of the right to settle . in lowa has been
A trunk containing $40,000 , was found
last week by etursoldiets, secreted .in a
house near, Knoxville.
Some of the - Union men .of East. Ten
nessee who have been imprisoned by the
rebels; have commenced suits for .datha
ges against the villainous leadervin- the
rebel 'ranks: -Parson' Brownlow's suit
is first on: the dOcket, and he'lays his
damages at $25,000.- '
Thurlew Weed says that the Govern:
went Lands are more than foUrkeen
, • millions of acres. The sale of
these retired lands at one., dollar per
acre would not only pay the interest on
the . National debt, but-,eatiuguish
By selling it in alternate sections these
lands will increase in value as they di
minish in extent.
The railroad between Chattanooga
and Knoxville has been repaired, and
cars.are, now running, to the great jny.,
of the people along the line of the road.
Not a house or ,a shanty was passed ,on
the trial trip that the residents did not
rush out and with handkerchiefs and
flags, welcome'the coming of the Fed
The business of embalming the bodies
of deceased soldiera is increasing'
Washington. The' cost has been re
duced to ten dollars each subject, and
at the Ailhory Squareliospital all who
die are embalmed, whether their friends
request it or not. When the friends
are too poor to pay no charge is made.
Gen. John Morgan, and his two staff
officers, who escaped with him, have,
been made the recipients of a grand
ovation and testimonial frotn the State
of North Carolina, The testimonial
consists of a megniOcent horse to .each
and seven sets of elegant and costly ca :
Michigan has passed the soldiers' vo
Eleven hundred persons are daily'fed
by the Government at Chattanooga.
It is estimated that the cost per pan
of the arms is nearly if not quite $1,200
A bill prohibiting, the importation of
luxuries, into the rebel States has passed
the Confederate Congress. • .
At the fire of the President's stable's
on Wednesday night, Cooper, the PresV
dent's hackman, lost between three and
four hundred dollars in gold which'he"
had in a trunk in the'-stable. Also, all
his clothes, Saving-nothing but what he .
had on his back. ' -
The Secretary 'of. War has directed
that no volunteer shall be •rejected on
account of height who is at least five ,
Recruiting is going on briskly all over
this State. Several counties have al
ready filled their quotas, and there seeds
to be °a probability that by the fait of
March, the extent of the President's
requisition will lie'' so nearly filled in
Pennsylvania that 'drafting will have to
be resorted to in but few localitieS.
According to the report of the City
Inspector of New York no less than
eighteen thousand people live in cellai:s
and basements in that city, undei"con
ditions that are constantly proVoctiti , i;O
of febrile and epidemic diseases.
About fifty rebel prisoners, who, ; it is
said, escaped last fall . from. Fort, Dela
ware, were arrested somewhere in Vir-
The ' Pest-office - DeOartinent' is no*
self-sustaining, Tor the' first `time in - fif
The President hagisetted a proclama
tion opening the port of Brownville,
MiChael Dan. Magehark, for a number
of Year's past` the oldeet practicing attor
ney at the Cambria county bar, died, at
Ebensburg on the 6th instant. Ho
represented that county in the Leiisla
lature during the 'sessions of 1844 aerd
An order from Maqor.General
Sullivan, cominanding the post
per's Ferry, directs that the name's of
leading disleynliuts-ln his,,district shall
; be, registered for prosecution, should any
property he destroyed in future by pier
411 Aad lft New O,F
-leans or , OE,-* ipihwitl; a PPrtjan of
the Western Gulf, Squadron, 41#114.ktiPa
unknown. --- *
„ - • 4.) ;To- . L ;—
qt - .laivon:..hwtqmpleskly , ao 7
feated the Navajo Indians,
AMENDMENTS O. THECONST,ITUTION
The Nei* 'Post htvives the history
of the different Amendments which have
been added to the Constitution since its
f:ormatine in 1787:
Twelie amendtnenis tB' theconstitu
tion already exist. By the terms of 'ar
ticle five of the constitution, amend
ments may beproposed either by Con- I
gress or by a convention called on the I
application of the legislatures of two
thirds of the states ; but all the amend
ments now existing have been proposed
by Congress, and have been ratified by
state legislatures, without the call of a
national convention. Twelve articles of
amendments were', passed in .:I(ingress, i
on the 25th of Se'ptember, 1789, by the
were approved by, the
„ legislatures of
three-fourth 6 Of the 'staies, itiftliecatne
amendments of, the-constitution on the
15th of December, 1791--mere than two
-years afterwards. The eleventLaniend
ment was proposed in Congress on the
sth of March,,l79:4,%and became a part
of the constitution onthe Bth of Janua
ry, 1798, nearly four. , years-afterwarde.—
The twelfth was proposed in Congress
on the 12th of Decenibei,lBo3„and was
adopted by the coniiiintional number
of states in 1804. "
MR. LINCOLN• AND A' SECOND - I ERII :-
A large delegation, 'appointed by the
Philadelphia Union-Leagne;laid 'before
the President,. last week, the resolutions
which were unanimously adopted at the
large meeting of that influential associa
tion, held in that city about the middle
of January, endorsing the present Ad
mit.istration, and ,earnestly recommend
ing Mr. Lincoln : . for re election. The
resolutions were presented by Morton
McMichael, Esq., in an eloquent speech,
which was kindly and characteristically
replied to by the President.
We may add that there-is not a day
passes in which the President does not
raceive evidence of. .the attaohment of
the people end4heir. confidence - in- his
administration of the Government.
RIMARKABLE HOLD ON LiFII—M iti Of
George N. Lewis, of the 12th Regiment,
is in town, stopping at the United States
Hotel. His remarkable wound promises
to heal, and his life will be saved. Not
one man in ten thousand would survive
such a wound. It. was, a canister shot.
weighing about four ounces, and made a
hole clear through
. hith, shattering his
collarbone and shoulder-blade, and
splintering his spine., dt, .clid,,,not dis
place the vetebrte, which would proba
bly hive ended his life suddenly but it
has left a bole through him, and it is
said that even now a stick cad be'passed
through U.—Hartford' Times.
HORRIBLR l uRDER..--An Irishman ;
named Inell, residing in. Washington,
on Wednesday night last, murdered his
wife ender circumstances of the, most
horrible atrocity. Her head was mashed
and beaten-in 'with a hatchet . . He then
placed the body in bed, and 'put the lit
tle children in bed with it: The whole
house gave evidence' iethe blood scat
tered about and smeared : overilie bed.
The next morning he-hastily buried the
body, on the pretense that' the Wbinan
died of small pox. A son, of the prison
aged eight years, is the principal
witness as to the fucks of the,murder.
at - John P.' Putniitt, ii"grandson of
Gen. Putnam, has presented for exhi
bition, at the Albariy Army 'Reid Ba
zaar, the piStols in which was burni, the
first powder of the Revolution..! It will
be remembered that Major Pitcairn rode
toward the crowd ;drawn up. in hostile
array at Lexington, shoutad "disperse
ye rebelb," and fired , his ,pistols into
their midst. His horse was shot under
him, but he managed to, escape. •T he
pistols were found in the saddle, became
the property of Gen. Putnam, and were
worn by him during the Revolution.
sgir In Idaho nothing goes as - a circu
lating medium : but gold dist. tvery'
man carries his little buckskin - pouch,
and ; inatter'What pnrclaase he,
pays for it-in - the 'precious legal
of the realm, which is weighe -:out on
scales kept for the - purpose, whether the
article bought be a cigar, a horn of
whisky, or ..something of pore utility and
value. The minimum of value is a, quar
ter of a dollar, and the weights, are
graduated from that sum
sir litany 'of the re:enlisied regiinents
who are or have heen at hothe'`O - ri furl'
lough, are either on their return to the
front, or are about to do so. They are
all anxious to be again in the oeld.,
alinokt every instance, aftei
,or six days at hipme among
their friends, long to go back again
ifir Gen. Howard Says that , General -
Grant is a strictly temperate mail, and'"
religious. His marked characteristic is
a wonderful faith in , his success amountl
ing almost 011ie fatality in 'which' Na
poleon so Strongly believed.
or A scouting arty of fifty men
were ambushed by, guerillas on Burnley,
two miles east Brentsville. Malor
James Lorimer, Acting Inspector Geo
oral of Gen. Prawford'sstaff, was killed
.- 0 - or .„ Bland `
The G vern •of Rhode
las formed the Lagtelature . that the
quota of that State under every cal 'Of
; the President jenow'fnll.
Cr In the case of F. F. Hill, the Shultz r—fe.2, r
Reading. Railroad Conductor, convicted No. 20 North Queen-St., Lancaster.
a few weeks since at Harrisburg, for HAVE COMPLETED THEIR ASSORTMENT OF
embezzling the funds of that road, and
about whose erre& • re
fuss at the tirue--being a great fwvorite
among the fast men—has been sentenced
to a fine of one hundred dollars and to
undergo one year's imprisonment, at
hard labor, in the Eastern Penitentiary.
The arrest, and conviction were brought
about, by the celebrated. Chicago. de
tective, Maier Allen'Philterton.
lir It is expected one million of dol
lars will be raised in the free States for
tie F relief of the loyal people of East
Ten eseee. Goods are to be sent fr4e
by the Govern ment, which is takins
great interest in the matter. This is a
bible-fulrof bolY truth in behalf of the
North toward their . loyal brethren of
in the South. Think of this, r
wretched traitors,. who , bate 'tbe
North! a commentary ibis
upon 'slavery and treason. t• •
'::With ; regard to the Rower of„, , enr
durance of negro soldiers, - the N. Y.
'Tribune's correspendent Fortreas
Monroe says that when the late expedi
tion' towards Riehmond reached
tom's Bridge, where they found their
game blocked, roll was called and
found that whkle nearly_ one half, the
white infadtry had, fallen behind in, the
long And rapid march, every-negro .sol,
dier was up to the mark tiind answered
to- - his name. .
liar,,a,sleokUalifornia Legislature, -after
an able, debate, have by SD ,inktnense
vote declared favor of Idr: Liricoln
for the next PreSideney; ands stall - St
slavery as the parent of ' The
full proceedings lave' just - arrived, 'and '
prove the , grtiwing'pepularitry n'f'fbe ad
ministrefien arnoni the:/peiiple' or that
tIFO ch„arlvs K assley,„Rzq, fox many
years editor and proprietor of the Read
ing Adler newspaper, „Ratidirtg,,
. qt his establishment to
Messrs. Wm. S. Ritter . , Win, Rosen
thal, and Jesse Hawley. , It, is said
that the ,p ri,ne, Raid , was $lB,OOO.
Da . THE TURNED HEA ! This title of
one o(Pr...ly#Fren, stories in_
moment by all who use
CRISTi , LDORO'S HAIR PYK
Which in' ve aiiiiutes 'changes w MITE TO
BLACK, or red to a rreh brown, iirithout dryihg
up - the juices!ot the'hair. It -the oniy safe
hair, dye in ,the,world. , .
Crtstadoro'sgair Preservative,; 14,in valuable
with his Dye, as it imparts the utmost sofuiess
and the . most beautiful gloss and great vitality
to the hair. Manufactured by. J. CaisrADORO,
No. 6 Astor ,Ilouie; Sohkevery -
where, and apiqied by all ,Hair Dressers,. ,
Price $l, $1:50, and $3 per box, according
to size. F-no. 6.
lll:raft. Teat Veneiian 3 Lyrimeitt. 7 -llt ED
or Carrot.. Witat a pretty and interesting
child I saw last Week now, 'adds . ! it is
no more. Such"' was` the c nivihsaticiii of two
gentlemen riding'clown taw& in the cars.: Died
of croup ! how strange !,,when
Venetian Linitneut is a certain cure, if taken
in time. Now, Nlotherl, we appeal to you.—
It is not for the Plliry gain and Profit we make
but for the sake Of your itifitifchiid that now
lies playing at Sour Crdlip da:riger
ous disease ; but 11Er:Dn:Tobias' Venetian Lin
iment in tinie,L,and:db :is robbed of its terrors.
Aln ays keep the house you Allay not
want it to-nigliy4 or tomorrow, no ; telling
when—but armed with tliis Litiiinent'you are
prepared, let it CbineA6iert if Will: Priee 25c
a bottle. :old by all druggists. Office, No. 56
Courtlandt street; Nevrttrfr'. 3 ' In,.
P RESER ft' YOUR 13r:a thy, symmetry
of form, yourlgattil itiCrital :l pirivers, by
using the safe? iii'Vasttnt'Aitqiuhie anti ispecitic
remedy lincwritaa;',' 4
HELM so Ln:s..l**Tres cr„l:tunu
Read the adverAisement ,anotl4er column,
and profit byit -Rigeasesand symp!Rms enu
merated. tni it out - and pieser4 it. You
may not now require it; may at some fu
ture•day. v•••- • • -
":.It Oyes health and vigor,to,tlm frame,
And bloom to the pallid cheek.
It saves long suffering andj exposure.
wale" Of counterfeits. Cures guartaMeed.
'Fint sale bit Druggists and - dealers' generally,
eviryivhere. • •
Eye and Ear : Prof. J. Isaacs, M. D.
Oeulist and ...khriat,lbrinerly of - Leyden; Doi- .
land, is located at , N0,:511 Pille-st4, Philadel
phia; where persons. afflicted with diseaseS of
the Eye Par }c l_ ; bp, scientifically treated
and Xcured, if curable. Artificial Eyes insert
ed without pain. No charges made for exam
rnatiun medical faculty is "invited L tis
he tiits no secrets in hie incite of treatment.
I[3= The Splgires Trey_ Friend.--Forr more ,
than forty years, Doctor Holloway has been
supplying all the srmied' of Europe with his
Pills and Ointment, they having primed them.
selves the only niedieines' able trreire the
w oret cases of dysentery, scurvy, vioiirdlii-and
bruises. Every knapsack'should contain them.
Only 30 centslper box iir.pot. " 1232'4
,•14AMMINI EXTERMINATORS !
- - ,
FOR' RATS; MCE; ROACHES' ANTS,
BED-BUGS; MOTHS IN 'FURS; Weotitisi
Irtszers • ort Pee tersaowts, , Animala, 4re.
Put up in sse. 50e. and $1 Boxes Bottles,.
and Flasks. Thteeand.,Fiye dollars sizes foi
Hotels Pyille Institutions, Sm.
"Only iiitallibte remedies inditm."
"Free. from^Poisonk" .
"Not cbmgeroueto. the Human Family-7-
. , qtats come'llufbf'tlieir liblOs to die."'
wholesald'in all large &ties. - ;
Sold by all druggisis and retailers eve
rywhere. • • Xi: r.
ri" BEWARE of au thoiihiess imitations!!
— kl .. ! ,, Oorthat,",,COSTAJPS":narneda on eAsh
Box,)lottle, and Flask, before you buy.
IHAWK Y •
Principal Deppt,,4B2 Broadway, N. Y.
brgii iiholesale'arid 'Drug
giEts in Marietta. [lO-30
was a great
NEWEST STYLES FOR FALL AND WINTER.
gaup pro I jam Ours ! I
We have now connected with our bustnese
as flatters, a very large, elegant end complete
Ladies' and Children's Furs,
of every„qrility and all selected with care and
judgment.: OW stock comprises every de
scription of size and fashion- We would con
sider it a favor if the ladies would call and
examine our stock comprising Furs of- the first
Ladies one: Misses Bear fr, -, and:
1 elf _els;
made in the latest fashion and trimmed in
'..every Naxietypc‘siy,le..andusi the
neat COQUETTE and the jaunty SPANISH i.
also lists untrimmed.
thd Rhin] patronsge extended'
Tnankful for it.
us iu the past, I.N& hope byk t a carefill e atten#on
to the wapts of the Public ' mud keeping& large,
excellent and , iArnpleibl,Sdaiirtment of goods
on hand, to merit a continuance otpopplar
NEW AND FRESH
5 turtssor to 30r..",fratiklii fttar4
pruß. LANDIS, having purchased the entire
interest and good w ill of Dr. F. Hinkle's
g Store, would take tliis oppoitunity to in
form the citizens of Marietta and the public
generally ; that having jugrreceived 'from -Phil
adelphia a large addition „to the old stock, he
will spare no pains to keep constantly on hand
the best and most corripint.?hSitortMent of evi
rything in the drug
Lot of.iquelj load artiCkS,
cousiOngin pertot German,: French end-Eng
lish - perfumery, Shaving smxpe • awl creama, ,
TootkandNultklrushes,Aulysiloagul , pther
flair Contbs, Bair Oils, Pofflades,etc;go4
Port )fortieft,, Poc,ketßooks, : Pis/ Et
and. Powder 3303 es; 4e„
The celebrated lkitcheloe,s Ai Al a i DYE,
DeCohta , s and other Tooth Wasltes,l nilutpla •
gogne, Bariv's Tricoperous, for th . 'huh) Bay
Runi Arnold's Ink, large undilutedl sizedhol
ties, Balm of a 'Thousand Flowers, Flour iii
Rice, Corn Starch, Ileekef Farina, all kinds
of pure Ground. Spices, Compound SyTuftor.
Phosphate, or Chemical teod„an excellent
tide for cronic dyspepsia and a.tenic .in Con
somptive cases, Rennet, far Coagulating milk,.
all excellent preperation for the table ; Table
Oil—very line—bottles in two size's., „Pure,Coti
Liver Oil. All of HaePs perfumeiy,pomades,
soups, &c. His Kathairon or Heir Restbtative
is now everywhere acknowledged best.
A LARGE ASSORTAIMT
OF BileKs fin STATialiilitY
Sheet Music always on It mat, and procwed ,
by- weekly orders from the city.
Having secured the services of Mr.. Harridan , .
Roth, formerly of the firrn of Grove & Roth,
he feels confident that he can accommodate
as well as please his numerous patronattne
Old Port, Sherry and Madeira Wines aid
Brandies for medical purposes.
The Doctor can be professionally consulttd
at tne store when not enus.,ged elsewnere.
ft 3— Remember the place, opposite the =POst ,
@thee, formerly Doctor HitikWS.
eritll: COLIJAIIIIA , 11 , 1 , 5 U RANGE co.,
- (if Colivhbia, Lancaster Cuu .1y; Penna.
FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT.
Whole amount insures!, $2,60-1,43:5 t.
Whole anniunt of Premium Not 6, 255,831146
Bal. CaSh Premiums,
January 1, 1563, Al2O 31
Reepts for premium's, ' • ' '
less Agt's cotrimis.s•
ions in 1863, 9,382 46 -
Receipts for Assessments
Agt's COIIII7IiSSiOLIS .
in 1863 " 2.385 02
Losses and . expel,!ses paid
in - 1863; $10033 32
Bal. of Premiums, Jan. 1,
GEORG E. YOUNG; Jr., recretary..
MICHAEL S. 'SHUMAN, Treasurer.'
DI E TOKS
Robert T. .Ryon, , • John W. &my,
John Fendrach, H.-G:•Minich,
Samuel F. Eoetlein, Michael S. .shuman,
3fichae/ S. .shuman, S. C. ...17.aymaker,
George Young; Jr., Nicholae.Mc Donald
Edmund Ppering, Amos Green. •• ,
Mir& L. , BAKEIL
Strihincr anb orolibtkom
Woutm most respectfully take this mizinsn'
informing his friends and the public generally
that he . has commenced the drawing of
and:in fact everything in the CONY i.vaNci
..Having:gratuatous intercourse With a
member of the, Lancaster Bar, will enablethhn
execute instrumeuti of writing.with accuracy.
1U ,He can be. found at the.office of teeTtra
MA RIETT/A on- Front street or at his.res
idence ;Market street; near ?he teDonegal
r..rßltualr Deeds Mortgages, audgmentaand.
Lewes always ou /land and .for sale:..
. . . -
IMPORTANT 'TO MARAIRD
TRULY A BLESSING!!
I will Send, free of ckarge, to any lady Who.
will send in her name an address, directidn's'
/tow to prevent the exiremne pain of chiiiit=Mat t '
also how to have perfeetty healthy and beast
tiful children ; also one other new and import
ant 'secret the only sure and safe remedies
My object in making the above offerliftn
induce every lady to test - my remedies.
Address ManassE DULEZVTAIIi., M. p. '
3m 767 Broadway, N. Y..-1
, WINES & LIQUORS.
El. D. BENJAMIN,
DEA.] ER IN
WINES & LIQUORS,
Picot Building, blarietta, Pa.
BEGS leave, to, inform the public that:he
.wwill continue the WIN E & LIQUORAUsiI
nese; in all its branches. lle will constantly
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and-Scotch
Whiskey, cordials, Bitters, c. ,
Justly Celebrated Rase Wysky,'
ALWAYS ON HAND,
A very surerior OLD RYE WHISKEY
~ . .
üßt received, which m warranted pore.
EP All H. D. ii..now asks of the public
is a careful egamipation of his stock and,Pii
eel, which' Will,; . he is confident, result in:Ho
tel keepers and others finding it to their still. ,
vantage to make, their purchases from I ini-"
TIA.NIEL G. RAKER, "
ATTORNRY dIT LAW,
OFFICE:—No. 24 NORTH( MIKE Ssmanr,;
opposlte the Court House where he will at
tend to the practice of hf:profesnon in &Wits
various branches. • 'i. -•"•••
ITT I .1. C.O X' S, Celebrated
V T tension Steel Sprink Skeletott a ritT, with
self-adjustible Shane. The,"Weil and beet in
use, just received at
D NBA CM'S
BUY one of those beautiful S 0 F T
HATS at CRlrr.L's, 92 Market-at.
_Cfi PS, OIL
-- $13,887 79