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I.'. L. Balzer, Editor.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1864.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
: Mon Eltztoral gitktt
hloaroze bichltozaEL, Philadelphia,
THOMiI2 H. CUNNINGHAM, Beaver co.
L. Robert P. King,
2. Oeo.. M. ,Coates,
3. Henry Hunan,
4. Wm. H. Kern,•
h. Partin IL Jenks,
6. Citas. M. Runk,
O. Robert Parke.
7. Wm. Taylor,
8. Jno. A. Hiestand,
9. R. H. Coryel
11. Ediod. Haßiday,
12. Chas. F. Reed
.Elias W. Hale,
14. Chas. if. Shriner,
15. John Wister,
16. D. M , Conawhy,
17. David W. Woods,
18. Isaac Benson,
19. John Patton,
20. Samuel B. Dick,
21. Everhard Bierer,
22. John P. Penney,
;23.. Ebe'zer DIV/Wein,
24. J. W. Blanchard.
DEATH.OP FATHER WALDO.—The ven
erable Father Waldo, of. Revolutionary
fame, is dead. The Syracuse Courier
says : "Ere this item is read this morn
ing, the probability is that the , venera
ble Father Waldo shall have : passed
from his earthly sojourn, to the promised
land of the eminently good and virtuous.
He is now in his one hundred and second
year, and has been rapidly. sinking
several days past from an affection of the
throat. At our latest accounts last
evening, the, venerable, and respected
steward of God's choice was lying in an
insensible stupor, from which , there was
no hope of arousing him. Even while
we indite these few hues his spirit might,
have passed to its Creator. Father
Waldo is one of the twelve survivors
the Revolutionary War, and in his pas
sage from life to eternity, he stands pre
pared. to be garnered, like unto a sheaf
of wheat fully ripe."
isr English officers in India love, to
Ituu,t.tha tiger, aid the tiger reciproca
tink simattuies loves to hunt them.
The Bombai !hies relates that Captains
Wilma and'ilaweon had been hunting
in the Hoondie hills and had killed nine .
tigers. They were on the point a, re
linquiihing farther sport when another
tiger he scared up and wounded. Di
rected by traces of blood and the roar
ing of the brute, the two officers ap
proached his lair on a patch or jangle
on the hillside, when from a height the
tiger sprang upon them, knocked both
over, and seising Wilmot carried him off
towards his - retreat, treating the tinier
tunate auto as'a cat does a rat. He call
ed upon Dawson to fire, which he finally
did andvkilled the animal, but Wilmot
was fatally:wounded and died that night.
drilbree Revolutionary heroes were
represented byl descendents. in direct
linei•and bearing their name, on the
gearsnge, in the recent engagement
with the Alabama. Judge Matthew
Thornton and Josiah. Bartlett, signers
of the Declaration of Independence,
from New Hampshire, represented by
great-grandsons, Lieutenant Commander
Thoreton,•and Acting hineter's Mate
Ezra Bartlett, and the gallant Commo
dore Freble by Midshipman Preble.—
Thus are-see those great and good men
"still live,"! and+ are still , at. work in en
deavoring to,preserve that Government
whose fooodation-atone they helped to
While-the rebels - were- la Mary
land, one or their officers, in reply to
some interrogatory, remarked." We take
from our northern friends atulsympathi
zero more freely than from Union people
because we feel that they would special
ly desire to contribute to the good cause
of the south." • The logic is nnimpeach
,ble, but it is questionable whether it
if those who
irons act and
SUICIDE OF AN AGED MAN.—Mr. Ezra
Davol, an aged and respectable citizen,
was found, yesterday afternoon, lying
near the grave of his wife, in the old
burying ground, with blood Sowing from
Me nose and month. He was immedi
ately conveyed to his residence, and on
examination it was found that he had
shot himself, the ball passing up through
the roof of his mouth into or near the
brain. He remained in an unconscious
state last night and during the day, and
at the time of our going to press he was
still alive. Mr. Davol was in his eighty
.first year, and has of late, we under
stand, exhibited some symptoms of men
tal aberration. He was undoubtedly
laboring under some derangement of
mind when be committed the sad act.—
Full River News.
In Germantown, Peons., the
other day, some small boys were sitting
on the sidewalk near the railroad depot,
making a kite ; and as they were shaping
.the paper Mr it, a citizen passing along
that way saw, among the _covering inten
ded for the sticks a five hundred dollar
United States five twenty bond. He
took the bond and went with the boys
to their home, and there learned that a
woman belonging to the house had found
it in the street. She did not know its
character. and picked it up because
there were pretty pictures upon it. The
owner of the bond; living in the neigh
borhood, had lost it from his pocket,
and, had returned to the city after •it.
Be recovered his' property..
ifir Official reports of European
countries have shown more boy-children
are born in war than in times of peace,
and that although at the end of the wars
of the First Napoleon, it was rare to
find a Frenchman. over five feet three,
there was a recuperation in the next age,
and now the average, height of the men
does not vary much -from what it was
before, the Directory.
tor Miss Pauline Cushman, on every
evening of her appearance at the Boston'
Theatre, has announced her readiness
to lead a company of young men to the
front. On Wednesday night she rend
the list of those who responded, and
among the names were those of William
Whalley, Charles 'Barron, James M.
Ward and-William &alien, actors.
ow The Roxbury Journal states that
the recent ro bbery of Mr. Appleton's
house in Shawmut avenue, of that city,
was committed by a young man named
Morse who boarded in the family and
was about to be married to*Mr. Apple-
ton's daughter. He confessed the deed
and says the did it in order to get money
enough to be married with.
Gfir A Vernl4l4. substitute broker,
Wm. W. Snyde, was drugged on the
Orange and Ewing cars last week, and,
robbed of ten thousand two hundred
dollars. Thomas Murray was caught,
and half of the money , recovered. The.
other robber is at large.
or The Charleston Courier, of the
12th inst., says : "The number of shells
thrown into the city from the commence=
ment• of the bombardment np to , Satur
day, the three hundred and • sixty-fifth
day, (one year,) is seven-thousand and
Cr A Freneh - papersays that by an
accident charcoal lies 'been discovered
to be a sure cure for brirOs. By 4 laying
a piece of cold charcoal upon`i bUrn the
pain' subsides immed lately. The remedy
is cheap and simple, and deserves a
ier A, German •has been arrested; in
New York for throwing vitriol over .e
family consisting of man, wife and two
children, whe were. sitting on the back
step of their house. All were severely
le" The Barnstable Patriot says that
Miss A nnie E. Jones, better known as
"the pretty rebel spy," and as "Major
Jones," was released, by order of Secre
tary Stanton, from the Barnstable jail
Oar A man who was suppcised to be a
rebel spy was pursued and idiot on Fri-
day last, in. Cumberland county, but it
turned out that be was only, a vagrant..
He was not dangerously Wounded.
Mrs. Patrick Martin, of Allegheny
city, died on Monday from the effects of
cbloroform, which had been administered
to her at her own request, for the pur
pose of having some teeth extricated.
wit, our bops.
lies in the
;tided in the
toy might of
,epped op to
or The Provost Marshal General
orders that all men who maim themselves
for the, purpose of escaping the draft, be
' held by 'the respective district provost
manduile, and their cases reported to him.
lir The very beautiful foot of a young
lady was found floating in New York
harbor, on WednesdiY.--Exchange.
We see such feet floating through our
streets every day of the week.
gir A match for $250 a side was late
ly trotted in England between the Amer
ican hOrse Jack Rossiter, and an English
i gtre-named Matohleeei fifty miles in
lr A young lady -of Lowell, Mass.,
lnddenly, , a•few days ago,-fiti the
of thinking and ' bathing in cold
bile in a ithiedf perlitiration.
General News Items.
A ten•pound mud-turtle, caught re
cently in the town of Rochester, Mass.,
laid fifty-nine eggs seven hours after its
head was severed froth its body. An
By recent statistics it is proven that
over ten suicides take place every day
in France. Last year four thousand
wretched ones put an end to their own
Forty farmers in Windham county
Connecticut, turned out on Sunday week
and got in the bay of a poor woman who
has six children, and whose,husha!id is
absent in the army.:
Madeleine Smith, the alleged flitir
deress, is the blooming, buxom wife of
an artist, and , lives in London.
Ten thousand Swiss emigrantri are now ,
at Havre and other Earopeatt ports
awaiting passage to the United States.
A newspaper carrier has paid $5,000
for the exclusive right to sell papers at
the depcis and on the cars of the . New
York Central Itailroad.
The smallest pony in the world is
owned by John 'RareY, of 'Ohio. It
is only twenty . inches high, and weighs
only twenty-one pounds.
No lees. than 7,324 sheep were' killed
by dogs in Ireland last year.
The barbers of Troy , prosecute, any
one of their craft who shaves a customer
A petition against the.death punish
ment has received the names of 30,000
laborers in. Paris.
The Quebec Gazette reached the one
hundredth year of its existence,on the
The Prussian army is to be shorn of
its epaulettes, -actiVe service having
proved,tts it has done to other armies
long sinCe, that they'are a great nuisance
to , the wearer. .
A young man in Madison county, Ky.,
has been arrested just as he was on the
point of eloping with his aunt, a mar
ried woman with three children.
A young woman is in prison in Lou
don for getting her Mother handsomely
insured and then poisoning the old lady.
The Alleghany mountains are on fire
between. Blair and Cambria counties,
near Cresson station. The night view
is fearfully grand and lurid.
Gr The residence of . Ohailim J.
ner, near Martinsbnig, Va., was totally
burned a few days since.
, The rebet General Hood ie a Kentuck,
ian by birth, and graduated froth tht
Military Academy in 1852. He
leg at Gettysburg.
The ; New York Central Railroad re.
ceives five thousand dollars for the ex-
elusive right to sell papers on its ears
and in its depots.
The' Mortnons have commenced" the.
publication of a daily paper in Great
Salt Lake City. It is called the Daily
sir There is a sensible enatom
vailing in Lockport
_of ,pouring,: sixty
4thousand gallons of .water upon , the
streets every morning, thus penetrating
the earth to •the .depth of three inches:
Capt. Coulter, Provost Marshal near
Blairaville,*was shot on Sattirday, by a
man whom he was: trying to 'airest i , and
seriously though not fatally. injured.
• Eagenie hits destroyed high bonnets
and substituted a small, 'round iliape,
encircling the oval of the face, garnished
with a fringe of jet, white beads or straw,
falling upon the hair.
The New York policemen, in additiou
to their drill practice, have to alady the
Metropolitan, police Jaw, and, learn. the
theory of arrests and, under what cir
cumstances they are justified in using
the authority vested in them.
Madelain Smith, Who 'poisoned her
betrothed in Scotland, some years ago,
ad was tried and acquitted' for it, died
recently-with a broken heszt-in.lnver
ness,!because, Cain-like, she was. driven
from every place >of refuge—where her
sins found her out. Her husband died
just before her, Broken-hearted too. •
Rev. Dr. Kennard, of the tenth Bap
tist Church in Boston, has mached ten
thousand sermons; baptiZed two thou
sand and thirty-three persens, married
four thousand and eighty-nine- couples,
and attended three thousand nine bun
dred funerals in forty-six years:
Stone bullets were used until the
year .1.51.4, when they were supplanted
by lion. It was near the close of the
sixteenth century before leaden- bullets
were generally adopted. Stone cannon :
ball are still u sed in some of the East
burial register of Lymin,v
ton Hants, there isthe following entry:
" Angola, •1722: . This forenoon the
body of Samuel Baldwin, late inhabitant
of this parish, was conveyed it a vessel
off to sea, and, was committed to • the
deep off the Needle rocks, ruler the Isle
of Wight." "This appears to have been
done," says a Hampshire.papei, itc-
Cordance with the . 3vish' of the• Amassed;
to prevent his wife • danoing over his
grave,.whicle.she threatened to 4."
A SINGULAR CONTEST.-4TWO gentle
men of high birth, the one a Spaniard
and the other a German, having render
ed Maximilian 11. many services, they
each, for recompense, demadded his nat
ural daughter, Melons,- in, marriage.
The Prince, who entertained equal re
spect for them both, could not.give any
preference, and after-much delay, told
them that from claims they both had to
his attention and regard, he could not
give his assent for either to marry his
daughter, and they mast decide it by
their own prowess and address ; but as
he did not wish to risk the loss of either
or both by suffering them to fight with
offensi* weapons; he had 'ordered a
large bag to ' be 'brotzght,ind he who
was successful enough to put _his rival
into it, should obtain his daughter.
This strange combat between two gen
tlelnen WM in the presence of the whole
imperial court, and lasted half an hour.
At length the Spaniard yielded to the
g i ertnan,Andre Etbnarp, the Baron of
Tetherd, who, when he had got his ad.
versarpluto the bag;took him on his
back, auffitslaced him at the Emperor%
feet, and on the following day married
the beautiful Relents. •
gir The Buffalo Medical Journal de
scribes a new disease which has appear
eq at Cheektawitga in Erie county,,of
which several persons have died. It
commences with a diarrhcea, and is fol
lowed by emaciation till death super
vines. The autopsy revealed the cause
CT Faience of the worm
Trichina spiralis in the striated muscles.
The same parasite was also shown in a
sausage, of which =one of the dead per
sons had eaten, and' without doubt orig
inated from pork. The worm was - prob
ably set free in 'the process of digestion,
and immediately pierced the walls of
the intestines ; creating the diarrhoea,
and passed through the peritoneum into
the muscles. It is very tenacious of life,
and will resist a strong heat. The par
asites were found in the muscles of the
dead persons in large numbers. The
medical men have no doubt that the
use of pork as an article of diet was the
cause of the disease. Tapeworm, it is
believed, originates in. a Minna'. manner,
•' Major James H. Lane, of the 31st
U. S. colored troops, was recently tried
by court martial, at the Ninth Army
Corps headquarters, upon the charge of
cowardice and conduct unbecoming an
officer and gentleman, and sentenced "to
be cashiered, with the loss of all pay and
allowances now due or to become due,
have his shoulder straps and buttons to
be cut oil' an* his sword broken in the
presence of his regiment, he thereafter
to be confined at hard labor at the Dry
Tortugas until the expiration of his term
ir James -Bennett, of Mercersburg,
Pa., is now in his ninety-first year. He
is a cooper, hale and healthy, and has
lived in Mercersburg for sixty years.
He has harvested on the same place for
thirty-two successive years, and has miss
ed but one harvest since he was; twelve
years old. This year he worked for ten
days as a field-hand.
sr It has been , ascertained by M.
Gaw, that the intensely, bitter and [tau ?
Bootie taste of ,many drugs may be com
pletely disguised 13y mixing them . with
chloroform. his claimed that even the
bitter taste of quinia and the , peculiar
odor of asafoetida can be thus,destroyed
air The contents" Of a chamber igen
sil were 'emptied n eon
head as he recently traversed'the streets
or Mexico. Some think' that he may
not have regarded this'as a pleasant
mode otbeing . baptized into s his imperial
W A western editor -says that he
would as soon try to go to
,sea on a
shingle, make a ladder of fog, chase a
streak of lightning through werab apple
orchard, or set take ,Erie on fire with a
loco foco match, as to stop ,two young
lovers getting married when they take
it into their heads to do , so.
($" There is said to be a young lady,
aged' sweet eighteen, who belongs to and
resides in St. Lords, and who has done
nothing but eat and sleep since she was
four years' old. She is awake seven
Minute's twice in twenty-four hours, 'and
then talks and •eats.
, The Niagara Falls correspondent
of.the,New York Commercial Advertis-,
er wrote • that , if George. Sanders 4144
Jacob , ThonTson failed to bring about
an armiatice with &call fon a convention .
of all the. States, they will endeavor to
procnr43 as an alternative the nomination - ,
by the Dem ocracy, of ex-PresidentFience
eir There is a surplus of femalee in
Massachusetts, and's. supine of Make in
-Oregon. Steps have been taken in New
York looking tewards an organization
to•send femides.te Oregon. l'he
when , it reaches the Pacific, is expected
to produce great foy.
sr When a cat is seen to catch a
chicken, tie it round her neck, and make
her wear it for two or three days.. Fas
ten it securely, for she will make incred
ibie efforts, to get rid of it... Be firm for
thitttime, and , the cat is cnred-,--she will
never,agein desire to_touch a bird,
Titans is a man on trial at St. Joseph,
Mo.,"aocused of nine mailers.
SANITARY FAIRS.—The magnificent SS-
ries of Sanitary Fairs began several
months ago at Chicago is now nearly
closed. The movement was one of the
most beautiful and gigantic exhibitions
of patriotism ever witnessed on the
earth. Its substantial results have been
in the highest degree satisfactory. The
following is a tolerably accurate state
ment of the nett proceeds of the Fairs;
Smaller Fairs aggregate about, 150,000
sr The Palmer (Mass.) Joninal states
that abontbixty,cattha.,lif iiinall-pox and
varioloid have been treated at the State
Almshouse during thepast three months
'with bat a single fatal teeth, arid that
was in the..case of a man who was taken
there in the last stagei, of the disease
froth a neighboring town". The remedy
used in all these cases was a tea made
from a plant known in medicine as ear
racenia purpnra, familiarly Called ladies'
saddle or water cap,. the root of which
is the remedial part.
or Gen. Mc Pherson, who was killed
near Atlanta on Friday, was engaged to
be married to a beautiful and accom
plished young lady of Baltimore. The
despatch announcing his death by acci
dent fell into her hands on its arrival.
It was addreesed to - her mother, who,
not being able to see well without her,
glasses, passed it to the daughter en
gaged to the deceased to read. Seeing
it recorded his death, she instantly fain
ted. The scene was peculiarly distress
ing.—N. I. Express.
ear The Lewistown (Me:) Journal
has the following : •"l'here are a couple
of spinsters in Ureene—monomaniacs in
their way—who have been trying to see
how many cats could be multiplied from
one pair. They began with one pair
when the rebellion broke out, and, as
the kittens have grown and multiplied,
their number now reaches the alarming
number of 440 cats and kittens 1"
r A correspondent tells of a chap
who was drinking at a counter, and with
al being tolerably tight, after several at
tempts to raise the glass to his lips, suc
ceeded in getting it high enough to
pour the contents inside the shirt collar,
and set the glass down with the excla
mation. 'That's gbod.but a little too
much ice, Mr. Barkeeper.'
ar It was admitted, in a recent .de
bate in the House of Commons, ;that
during the last ten years Ireland hue
lost two and a half millions of its' popu
lation, and that the exodus is.siill going
on at the rate of one hundred and twenty
thousand per annum.
la- A. number of years have elapsed since
the introduction of Hostetter's Celebrated Bit
ters to.the publiT. The prejudice existing in
the minds of -many persons against what are
den,ommated patent medicines at first greatly
retarded its sale ; but as its virtues and mer
its became known, this barier of prejudice was
overthrown, and the deniand increased so rap
idly that in a few years scarcely a village ex
histed in the United States in which the afflic
ted had not experienced the benefits arising
from the ase of .the "Bittets;" and at the pres
ent day there are to be found, in all parts of
the world vouchers for the , great merits of the
article. No greater cure for Dyspepsia can be .
found. ill* Bee 'advertisement. For , sale by
Druggists and Dealers generally,
A "PAsrzaD - STATEMENT. YOU can procure
of any Druggist in this city and vicinity, Dr.
Tobias' Venetian Liniment. It is a sure and
sneedj , Cure.for sorethroat, toothache, chronic
rheumatism, colic, croups and paine im; :the
limbs. We advise every one to give.ll4l4NaL
The expense is a mere trifle-25 centsand
we apkconfident no person will ever be with
the house in case of sudden accidents, such as
cuts, burns, scalda, &c. Its pain relieving
qualities are miraculous. is for croup, it has
saved hundreds; ute, have the.certificates to
prove it. Office, No 56 Cortlandt Street; New
York." Sold by all Druggiats,
Beware of .False Profitsi who premise
to repioi*Oiy . toir to itsnMural , color, With
poisonous and imperfect dyes of sulpher ,and
lead.. ' ' • '
Cristadoro's is the only dye
Perfectly Imitates Nature,
Perfectly Relihble and Sure,
Perfectly Hirmless and
Perfectly, Poisonliss and Pure
and combines.in itself.all the perfections of a
Crilt,lor.es Hair yresereatire, is inv,alutible
with his Dye, as it imparts the,Emost softness
and the most beautiful gloss and great vitality
to the hair.% Manufactured by J. Carimenono,
No. 6 Astor House, New-York. Sold every
where, and applied by all Hair Dressers.
Price $l, $1:50, and $3 per box, aecordini
o size. Elm
ict- Soldiers see to your hplth, do not trust
to the Army Surgeons. ' Chillers, Fevers and
Bowel Complaints will, follow your" slightest
indiscretion. .Holloway's Pius and Ointment ,
itbe in every man's knapsack . Tiieliii-'
French troops use ; no other medicines.
* t . ' reader of this "notice " cannot get a
ho Pills or 'Ointment from the drug store
in his place, la him,write to me, 80 Maiden
Lane, enclosing the ambunt, and I will ma'
box free of expense.. Many , dealers wil y, at
keep my medieines on band because the , h- ,
not make as much profit as on other per :' .
make. 35 cents, 88 cents, and $1.40 per bo
or pot. [216
IQP'A Card to the Suffering. Swallow two
or three hogsheads of " Buchu," "Tonic Bit
ters," "Sarsaparilla," " Nervous Antidotes,"
&c., &c., and after you are satisfied with the
result, then try one box of Old Dr. Buchan's
English Specific Pills—and be restored to good
health and vigor in less than 30 days. They
are purely vegetable, pleasant to take, prompt
and salutary in their effects on the broken
down and shattered constitution. Old and
young ca n take themwith advantage. Impor
ted and sold in the United States only by '
J. S. BUTLER. 427 Broadway, N. Y.
M'Agent for the United States.
P. S.—A Box of the Pills, securely packed,
will be mailed to any address on receipt of
price, which is ONE Doti.na, postpaid-1110-
ney refunded by the agent if entire satisfac
tion is not given. [ July 30-3 m
Kr Do you want to be - Cured? Dr. Buch
an's English Specific Pills cures, in less than
30 days, the worst cases of Nervousness, Im
potency, Premature Decay, Seminal Weak
ness, Insanity, and all Urinary, Sexual and
Nervous Affections, iv" Matter froM what
cause produced. Price s,l per box. Sent by
, pOStPgid, on_reciiiit of as order. this:
bi" ' tontperfect tie'etire in most cases. 4 .
Oildreis - - - ---- JAM
xs S. BUTLER,
GAgral.4geriL.s4l,4,27 Broadway, N. Y.
4 :81" Editor of The /Variation. Dear Sir :
With your permission I wish to say to the rea
dereof your 'paper that I will send, by return
mak, to all who wish it (free), a Recipe, with
full iirections for making and using a simple
yegetable Balm, that will effectually remove,
in ten days, Pimples, Blotches, Tan, Freckles,
and all , impurities of the skin, leaving the
same soft, clear, smooth and beautiful.
I will also mail free to those having bald
heads or bare faces, simple directions and in
formation that will enable them in:start a_full
growth of luxuriant Hair, Whiskers, or a
Moustache, in less than 30 days.
' Respectfully yours,
THOS. F. CH &PHAN, chemist,
July 30-3m] 531 }headway, N. Y.
Er A gentleman, cured of Nervous Debili
ty, Incompetency, Premature Decay and
Youthful Error, quitted by a desire to bene
fit others, will be happy to futhish to all who
need it, (free of charge), the recipe and di
ections for making the simple rein dy used,
in his case: Those wishing to profit by his
experience, and possess a . .Nraluable Remedy,
will receive the same, by return mail, (cute
fully sealed), by 'addressing
JOHN B. OGDEN,
MUy 14-3m] 1 % . 1 . 0.60 Nassau street, N. Y
113 - EYE and EAR:— Prof. J. Isaacs, M. D.
Oculist and Aura% formerly of Leyden, Hol
land, is located at No. 511 Pine-st., Philadel
phia, where persons afflicted with diseases of
the'Eye or Ear will be scientifically treated
and cured, if curable. Artificial Ryes insert
ed without pain. No charges made for exam
ination. The medical faculty is invited, as
he has no secrets in his mode of treatment.
-s.ttibintt anb Gortbrogrtt
WOULD most respectfully take this means of
informing his friends and the public generally
that he has commenced the 'lnswing of
Ind in fact everythins in the Corivt-ranciNr.
line. Having gratuitous intercourse with a
member of the Lancaster Bar, will enable Min
execute instruments of writing with accuracy.
ltd He can be found at the office of " Tn r.
MARIETTIA N," XI Front street, or at his res
idence on Market street, = a square west of the
"Donegal House," Marietta.
It iff Blank Deeds, Mortgages, Judgments and
Leases always on hand and fur sale.
WINES & upuofts.
H. D. BENJAMIN;
DEAL ER IN
WINES &I LIQUORS,
Picot Building, Marietta, Pa.
MS leave to:-inform the public that he
continue the WIN E LIQUOR busi
ness, in all its branches. He will constlptly
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins. Irish and Scotch
Whiskey, Cordials. Bitters, 3•c.,
Justly Celebrated Rose Whisky,
ALWAYS ON HAND,
A very surerior OLD RYE WHISKE-Y
ust received, which is warranted pure.
Ate- All If. D. B. now asks' of the public
is a careful examination of hisatock 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 lin-
OPPOSITE M A IIrETTA.
HIS old, R Ferry —one of the oldest, and most
safe, crossings on the Susquehanna River—
is now In charge of the undersigned, lo ;has
refitted theold and built new boats, which will
enable him to do ferrying with safety and die.
patch. No unnecessary delay need be epdured.
Sober and _experienced Ferrymen always eq
geggd, No imposition in charges as-ilic fol
lowing list will show:
Farm Wagons, each
Horses, per head - _
horeektol , ; :25
Two-horse Carriage and two persons, 1:40
= Buggy, horse'anditwo personsi :50
_Foot Passeng,ers, each, - :12
.Stock-ofall kindsiafthe old charges,
-All Luggage , over.fifty- pounfitt,N2s cents per
100 pounds extra:
July 15; 1863:4
Holland' Gin, Old-MaderisAisbon
Pittsburg Whiskey always - on lu
lownet market pricear- Vezy. .
a very low figure.
A LARGE LOT - OF BUI F
SHADES at remarkably:Jou,
10 eloeeoot _ Joriu SPAY
CHIME:Lot ofllooka for chili
inikatructable Pletionreßooka ;
Paper Books, Stationary, Peas, ;Pet,
&a, at LANDIS& T'
MO LAND: I Just recetv•
and Irish If E
ted pure, at ): Amain's:
T)RINIE r New Crop New=Orlean
—the very best Lir Cokes.
by SPANGLER 8r PATTERSON;
TCE COLD. CREAM MEAD m
Lebanon County- noney..at W
()EMPTY Molasses. Barrels,
For sale at J. It. DIF
trY one or those >beaptifpi
H41" . 6' at . Cameo. 92ilan
/or m l