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F. L. oa,ker, Editor,
MARIETTA. PA :
glatuficlag, _OeceintteA A 18'64.
or Congress will meet on Monday
neat. There will doubtless•be a quor
um on the first day, and,the President's
Message will be sent in on Tuesday, at
oon. Its main contents can only be
guessed at.—That it •will recommend
the passage of an amendment to the
Constitution providing for the total abo
lition of slavery, throughout the United
States, them is every probability. 'That
it will also refer to another invitation to
the rebels to lay down their arms and
submit to the laws, by the eighth day of
January next, is also probable. The re
sources of the country with respect to
the supply of men and money to . meet
all demands in the present great emer
gency, will form an important part of.
the document. Nobody can doubt the
broad and consistent loyalty of this Sta
te paper in every respect, or : thatit will
fully meet every expectation and require
ment of the expressed sentiment 'ci the
ice' A. most diabolical attempt, was
made on Friday night last, to burn
down the city of New York. Ten •or
dozen hotels and other , large buildings
were simultaneously set on fire, leaving
no doubt of's pre-concerted ,plan ,to
burn the city, evidently done by rebel
emissaries. The efforts of the conspira
tors being in each 'case foiled, by the
early discovery of the fires, and before
they had gathered any dangerous
strength. The plan of operations seems
to have been for the incendiary to pile
together in some one of the upper rooms
of a hotel bed' clothes and other com
bustible materials, and having soaked
them with turpentine of sprinkled them
with phosphorus, to set them on fire ;
then having locked the door, to disap
pear, taking the key with him. The ha
tele fired were the Si. Nicholas, Astor,
Metropolitan, St. James, Howard, La
farge, New England, United States,
Brandreth, Fifth Avenue, French's,
Belmont, Bainum'slduseum, Wallach's
Theatre. A number of arrests have
been made, bat as yet no clue has been
discovered to the perpetrators.
air There is considerable feeling in
regard to the new Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court, of ther United States.
Several names besides that of Mr. Chase
have been named as likely to be appoin
ted to this high position ; but it is be
lieved, nay it is regarded as altogether
certain that the late Secretary. of the
Treasury—of all men perhaps the most
suitable—will be appointed. The coun
try expects it, and it is not at all proba
ble that the expectations of the country
will be disappointed. •
or The New York Times thinks that
Secretary Fessenden will not retire
from the Treasury, as Kr. Hamlin will
be a candidate for his place in the Sen
ate, and that nothing but Positife
ure of heal,tb willjp!tifpittr. ,Stanton,'s
withdrawal 'from the War Department.
The vacant , Chief-Justice-ship will be
filled from a Western State, and this
may, lead to the resignation of the Sec
retary of the Interior.
Mr. Upshur, Secretary - of the In
terior, will be appointed Judge Of the
United States District Court for Indiana.
This will leave another vacancy in the
Cabinet, which, it is said, will be filled
by the Hon. Joseph J. Lewis, Conimis
sioner of Internal Revenue.
gs- The executor of the will of the
late Stephen A. Douglas has paid to
Mrs. Douglas over $7500, and to the two
children over s7ooo—being proceeds
from the estate after, payjyrt Lan. the
111#r• We hear ilthing.niofo ef`lhe res.
idhation of the Se'Cretary of War, Mr,
Stanton, and it will not be likely to oc
cur if his health will perniit and the
pressure of his friends shall prevail. ,
ia- It is understood that General G.
B. McClellan has received the appoint
ment of engineer-in -chief of the Morris
and Essex Railroad—an important line
in the State of New Jersey. .
Paul R. Shipman, late associate
editor of the Louisville Journal, • who
was ordered beyond the lines, has since
been ordered to return by the Secretary
fur The trial of del: North, the N. `Y.
State election agent, has been postponed
to the 7th' of December, tiy concurrent
fir Attorney General Bates has con
cluded to retire from the Cabinet. ' He
is / new 75 years old and desires rest.
G r General Sheridan. was : barn in
Boston, and used to bp ,a lielreboy : on
TUE NEXT °DIET' JUSTICE :—ln the
New York Indepewdent, a leader con
cludes thus : "The dirty of filling the
Supreme Bench .of the United States
with a man who, succeeding Taney, shall
revive Marshall.' De Tocqueville has
drawn a striking, almost an alarming,
picture of the political power of the ju
diciary in this country, and the immense
influence of the Supreme Court.
Thomas Jefferson uttered a sorrowful
prophecy that the liberties of this natiop
would probably suffer more from en
croachment by the Supreme Court than
fiom any other cause. Is not our recent
national history darkened with ; the,
shame of a Chief Justice who turned
back Liberty upon the dial of the world?
That court will be calla upon before
long to deal with the 'most momentous
questions it can ever handle—questions
involving the deareat rights of millions
Of human beings, the sacred honor of
the Government; and the `entire future
of the' Republic. If the' nett' ,
Justice of the United States should have
either a N4rong head or a wrong heart—
if he shbuld be "another Taney—who
could measure the far-reaching' extent
of such a national calamity ? Mr. Lin
coln, who will. make the - aPpohituient;
will be Pieciident only four year's ; but
the man whoin he appoints may 'be
Chief Jcistice - fOr fortY years:' If,"there
fore, in all the land,' there is - ode ninn
who towers above theiest cifhis country
men in'fitnese for this high station, in
skill of jurisprudence, in judicial apti
tude, in native 'breadth of mind, in un
swerving integrity of character, in unfal
tering allegiance to justice and liberty--
let that man' be appointed. We are far
ham saying that there is but one 'man
in this country who is eotapetent to this
eminent station, but we speak the sol
emn" conviction of the whole people
when we say that there is but' one man
whose appointment will fulfil the gener
al expectation. The moment the shad
ow of death fell upon` that 'bench, leav
ing it empty, all men's eyes were simul
taneonsly turned tomn illustrious Ameri
can "citizen, 'a' profound' Constitutional
lawyer, a consummate statesman, a MU
sive-minaed thinker, a chief justice by
nature 'and education,' and altogether
one of the greatest men on the conti- .
neat, Salmob P. Chase. Will the Pres
ident hesitate about hie duty ? We be
cfir The case of Mrs. Sarah Hutchins,
Of BaltiMore, who has been
by the military commission' of avnding
arms to Hairy Gilmore, and sentenced
to five year's imprisonment, attracts
much attention and strong efforts are
being made to procure a mitigation of
her punishment. Many of the most
earnest portion or the loyal citizens of
Baltimore earnestly. protest against any
such leniency, considering that the so
cial position of the lady shOnld not
shield 'he'r frOm the 'full responsibility,
and that: her offence, in extending aid
and encouragement to such a public en
emy, freebooter, and highwbyman as
Gilmcir, was an act not only against the
natiOn, but the State of Maryland—a
1412 crime, meriting the.most rigorous
ptinishment—such as' will deter many
other of her sex in ,that city and State
froni like offences.
gar Zachary Taylor Eldwarde,a,grand
son of Gen. Taylor, was killed. about
,midnight last Friday. night in Hardin
county, Ky. With six companions he
.went' to the house or John Tabor, and
demanded admittance, which was refu
sed:; They then fired a volley of musk
etry into,the house. One of the inmates
returned the fire, with a .shot gun, and
lalled.Ed wards. The other , scoundrels
ifir A WOOitlll' in 'Brooklyn, hearing
that her husband was killed at Fisher's
Hill, bought a Coffin, and made prepara
tions to wake and bun, him, but, on ;a
calving aletter'floin her' husband, con
cluded She wouldn't, put the coffin up at
riffie,'aail the 'Winner, not liking a man
in that Ward, sent the coffin to his house,
preceded by a hand-organ, playing
• 'kr The Louisville Journal, so long
the leader bfptiblic °pillion in Kentticky,
undei the gifted Pr`entice,• now admits
that Slavery in Kentucky and every
where-else is doomed. This had been
thtt honest conviction of Prentice for
some time, but he' had.been overruled
by Shipman, his late associate, who was
a 'fanatical worshipper of the Ebony
er It is ,estimated that Adams ex
press have carried off from Boston with
in the last three days of last week, up
war4 of thirty. tons ,of thanksgiving
~f ixins" for the soldiers in ti - .e army of
'grln Bavaria the new king is not
merely a boy, bat a boy who has been
reared in such seclusion, that he never,
it is said, had money in his pocket until'
he was eighteen years old.
evlt is said that there are 60,000
spiritualists in,Paris, and that spiritual
ism has its priests, altars and paraphe.
nalia, as a constituted religion.
ar . itat-catching has becom * e quite a
fine art in. Paris. One professor tins
cerght ,g,504) 'rats within 18 Months.
Their skins are tins4j to snake, "kid
4)eir, Vable an Scissors
Sarah Jane Smith, of Washington
county, Ark., has been sentenced to , be
hung on the 25th of the present month,
by a military commission at St. Louis
for cutting government telegraph wires.
It is said that 1200 women and child
ren of Chambersburg, are yet without
homes—dependent upon the charity of
friends. Cannot something be done to
relieve them ?
The coolie slave trade is still going on.
Vessels under the French flag are con
tinually taking cargoes of coolies from
and' Canton to Cuba.
The entire vote of Pennsylvania at
the. October election was as follows :
Union, 255,981; `Democratic, 241,122 ;
Union majority, 13,859. .
It is a significant fact that the late.
Presidential canvass has been the means
of depriving the army. of two of its rank
ing major-generals—McClellan and Fre
mont. • f
A young nOhleman just dead in L6n-•
don had his life insured for half a Mil
lion of dollars.
Abraham Lincoln is the first Presi:
dent from the Northern . States who has
been twice elegted.
Thelstate of the late Senator, Doug
las has been settled up, and leaves $14,-
500" for the widow and two children.
A man named Fritz was put into jail
at Cincinnati, on Saturday, for a debt
of $lB. Sunday nigit be bung himself.
In his pockets were
. found $lll in
Female compositors in some- of the
daily newspaper offices in Massachusetts
are earning from $7 to $lO per week.
;Among the curiosities of the Sailor's
Pair, at Boston, there is 'a Miniature
steam engine, made by two soldiers of
the army before Petersburg, from mate
rials picked up on the battle fields. 'lt
is a perfect mcichine, and works admira
The last new State is eafled "Nevaaa,"
from the old Spanish nomenclature,
that word signifying "snowy," from the
word "neive,',' which means 800 W in the
The retailers of New York charge
poor folks double price for coal, and the
Masons of the city are taking -steps to
provide them at cost price.
Another Democratic paper, the De
troit Free Press, has withdrawn from
politics since the election, '
A woman in Canada has had and used
for thirty years one paper of pins,, and
'has lost but one ot two.
With the aid of machinery,.a man in
Chicopee, +Mass., manufactures three
barrels of'hair pins every day.
The Illinois State Register has sus
pended publication. '
Bringeoli was hissed off the stage at
Madrid for refusing:to repeat an air.
Alexander Diimas, the French rontan
cier, the dark mulatto nearly sixty yearil
of age, yet called one of-the handsomest
menin Europe, leaves the next or fol
lowing month for New York. He is to
write a book in this country, which will
be published simultaneously in New
:York, Paris and London. -
The Chicag6 Journal claims that, if
the soldiers from Illinois had' been' al
lowed to vote, Mr. Lincoln's majority in
that State would have heen 32,000.
New Orleans papers of the 12th say
that Gen. Canby's wound is not serious,
that he will be contmed to his quarters
only for a short time.
Gov. Seymour of New York, has is
sued a proclamation in "accordance with
the request of 'the =Provost Marshal
General, ordering's more careful eau&
ination into the number of persona lia
ble to military duty in that State, in the
event of another draft, •
Isr Commodore Nutt sailed for „Ea
rope on Saturday. Some of his lady
- friends presentd him with a gold medal,
as a mark of their ee.teem. The Com
modore acknowledged the compliment
in a neat speech, in the course of which
he vowed his attachment to the Union,
and to the ladies.
er Fred. Douglas, while delivering
au address in Baltimore,ithe 'other eve
ning, was accompanied by his sister, a
freed Maryland slave, whom he had not
seen since he made his, escape, thirty
The latest novelty proposed 'to amuse
the French is the exhibition of two ele
phants who dan'ce a pollit.
Professor Benjamin Silliman,Sr., died
at New Haven, Ct.,.en the 24th ultimo,
aged 84 years.
Gnerrillae are still rimpant in Ken
tucky. Murders are of daili occurrence,
alternated with robberies of every kind.
Missouri is being afflicted *in the
Afar The,ladies of Rochester . have, a
new style , of raising money for the sol
diers. They intend on Christmas day.
to hold'ihat they call'an "encampment."
This is nothing more than several' tents
pitched on'the floor:
,Va.9Al4lent,for tbese l hard times , is
the.name of a St. Tmais 6r,m- 7 Grino
DEATH OF SENATOR Ef AmmoND.—The
Richmond Whig records the death, on
the 13th inst., of ex-Governor James
Hamilton Hammond, of South Carolina,
at the age of fifty-seven years. He had
been a prominent nullifier in youth, and
was a life-long advocate of slavery. To
his writings and speeches the country
owes much of the bad feeling which
brought on the rebellion. His famous
speech wherein he declared that free la
borers of all classes were "the mudsills
'of society," will long be remembered,
and its influence in stirring up the indig
nation of all the sons of toil, will not
soon cease. Be had been Governor of
South Carolina, and a Representative
and Senator at Washington. Since the
opening of the war, which he helped to
bring about, he has remained in retire
GT Rebel Vice President Stephens
is out, in another letter, in which' he
"The old Union and the old Consti
tution are both dead, dead forever, ex
cept in so far as the Constitution has
been preserved by us. There is for the
Union as. it was no resurrection by any
power short of that which brought Laz
arus froui the tomb. There may be, and
doubtless are, many at the North and
some at the' South, who look forward to
a restoration of the Union and the Con
4tittition as it was ; but such ideas are
as vain and illusory as the dreamy imag
of the Indian warrior, who in
death clings to his weapons in fond ex
pectation that he will have use for them
beyond the grave in other lands and new
ar A. frightful affair Occurred in Jer
sey City, on Saturday, when an Lis*
man named Bernard Fitzpatrick, resi
ding at No. 113 Morgan st., while under
the influence of liquor, threw a stove-lid
at his wife, accidently striking his infant
daughter in the head, dashing out its
brains, and causing death half an hour
later. An inquest was held by Coroner
Farrell, and a verdict rendered in ac
cordance with the above facts.
f The Louisville Democrat of Wed
nesday says that the Lieutenant Gover
nor of Kentucky, R. T. Jacob, who was
recently ordered through the Confeder
ate lines by the military authorities' of
that State, is now at Gallipolis, Ohio.
The rebel,authorities refused to receive
the exile, saying that "they do not in
tend to let President Linceln make a
Botany Bay of the South."
G ir Hon. William G. Moorehead, who
has so ably filled the position of !'resi
dent of the. Philadelphia and Erie Rail
road. Couspauy , for a number of years.
has resigned, and left for - Europe on
Monday last. E. F. Gay, Esq., the en
ergetic Vice-President, succeeds Mr.
iggs- Wars and rumors of Wars are very
plentiful just now. There is war in our
own country, war iu Poland, war in Al
geria, war in Tunis; war in Mexico, war
in Peru, war in New Zealand,• war in
China, and Kachgar, war in Japan, war
in Afganistan, war in twenty countries
Cr The Gloucester fishing, vessels
are nearly all home. The catch of mack
erel has been good, and will pay a com
fortable profit. Nine vessels and seven
ty-eight men wore lost in the cod fisher
ies, while hut two vessels were lost in
the bay fishing.
air The rapid growth of Chicago, in
population is unparalleled. In July,
1837, it was 4,170; in October, 1864,
169,353. In 1830, there was no such
city—only a military post, consisting of
a small wooden fort, with two or three
houses in sight.
ear A notable feature in the curiosity
department of the Sailors' Foir,,at Bos
ton, is an ox saddle from Dedham, dat
ing.from 1638, by means, of which one
John Fairbank and his wife were accus
tomed to ride to church on Sundays.
ar The report now is that 'John I'.
Stockton is likely to get the New Jer
sey Senatorship, set down for General
McOlelbsn. McClellan -it is said, has
accepted of a lucrative position in Rus
sia, as a "civil engineer."
qa- Hon. Erastus Fairbanks, Ex-Gov
ernor of Vermont,.who died a few days
since, was a poor boy, but invented the
celebrated platform scales which bear
his name, and made his fortune from
our A daighter of the Rev. Dr.
Adams, of the
,Madison Square Presby
terian Church at'New York, lately mar
ried a banker and had $50,660 worth of
f f ir Wes Molinda Ooryt, aged soven
teen,,died at Pittsburg, Pa., on Friday,
from the effects
,of chloric ether, which
she had inhaled preparatory to a dental
Er Mr.. Ten Broeck.. the American
horse jockey of England is about to. re
tire from the turf, His horses are ad
vertised for sale in ,one lot.
Cr Montgomery' Blair will run for
Senator in Governor Hicks' - place; the
lattertaking the Baltintore'Post Office.
Isar The remains of five Revolutionary
soldiers were found at Winter Hill, near
Booton,,a few days ago.
Size or Sr. Price's CllFfteli AT ROME.
—President Fairfield, in endeavoring to
give au idea of the size of St. Peter's
Church in Rome, refers particularly to
the dome, which is of massive stone
work, and supported by four large col
umns and arches connecting them.
Each of these four pillars, he says, occu
pies as much space in the church as an
edifice eighty feet long and fifty feet
wide ; which is larger, probably, than
any church building in the United Sta
tes outside of the principal cities. The
dome, if provided with seats as econom
ically as Spurgeon's chapel in London,
would hold six thousand persons and
if lifted from the top of St. Peter's, and
let down over floury Ward Beecher's
church, in Brooklyn, would cover it
completely, without touching it in any
part. And yet it does not appear too
large for the edifice on which it stands ;
and the immense columns which support
it are but little in the way in the interi
or of St. Peter's.
ar The colored laborers, in number
250, at Ataltby's oyster packing house,
in Baltimore, have struck because the
boss opened another store where he em•
ployed white women.
cr It is alleged that an agent of the
Sultan of Turkey has been arrested at
Paris for endeavoring to procure young
women there for the Sultan's harem.
EYRE & LAN DELL,
FOURTH AND ARCH STREETS,
CATER FOR TOE BEST TRADE,
AND OFFER NO BAITS OR DECEPTIONS TO
INDUCE CUSTOM BUT RELY ON
Saie Z. 6 za. cCL - Sacul S.c.cds
Best Meri noes, „.
lire :follow GOLD DOWN, as close as we
follow it up. Now is a good time for
Merchants and Customers to cum,: in.
.%tribintr mat Conbtpanccr
WOULD most respectfully take this means of
informing his friends and the public generally
that he has commenced the drawing of
and in fact everything in the Cony EVA NcrNO
line. 'laving gratuitous intercourse with a
member. of the Lancaster B.ar, will enable hint
execute instruments of writing With accuracy.
He can be found at the office of " Tut
MA RI,ETT/ A N," on Front street, or at his rem
idende on Market street, 1, a square west of the
" Donegal House.,)7 Marietta.
D3 - 1 3 / a nir Deeds, Mortgages, Judgments and
Leases always on hand and for sale.
PORTABLE PRINTING OFFICES
For the use of Mer
;. ; i, t chants, U rug gists
it' and all business and
who wish to do their
.177 . ' 'own printing, neat
ly and cheaply. A
dapted to the print
ing o f Handbills,
' Billheads, Cireultirs,
Labels, Cards and Small Newspapers. Full
_instructions accompany each office enabling a
boy ten years old to werk them successfully.
Circulars sent free. Specimen sheets of Type,
Cute, &c., 6 cents. Address,
ADAMS' PRESS CO.
31 Park Row, Y., and 55 Lincelu-st.,
Boston, Mass. 26 1Y
MARIETTA MARBLE YARD.
DodCicalae' Gable, Agt.,
MARBLE MASON AND STONECUTTER.
Opposite the Town Hall Pa'rk,
THE Marble business in all its branches,
will be continued at the old place, near
the Town Hall and opposite Funk's Obits 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, Tune 29, 1861.• 49-ly .
First National Bank of Marietta
THIS BANKING ASSOCIATION
MATING COMPLETED ITS ORGANIZATION
13 now prepared to 'transact all kinds of
The Board of Directors meet weekly, , on
Wednesday, for discount and other business.
LErßarik Mours : From. 9A.3i to 3 24.
JOHN BOLLINGER, PRESIDENT:'
AMOS BOWMAN, Cushier.
Marietta, July 25, 1363.
DR. J. z. HOFFER,
Or TIIE BALTIMORE COLLEGE
OF DENTAL SURGERY,
LATE OF ETARRISBURG.
kFFICE:—Prout street, next door to R.
Williams' Drug Store, between Lomita
and Walnut streets, Columbia. -
DR. .W.M. 13. FAHNEBTOCR, ,
OFFICE :77 -- -MAIN-ST., NEARLY OPPOSITE
Spangler SryatrertiOn'e Store.
FROM 7 TO S A.M.
OFFICE HOURS. > '
1 TO 2.
• " 6 TO' 7P. If. •
DANIEL G. BAKER,
ATTORNRY AT LAW,
OFFICE :-L.No. 24 Norerx DU/LE Sraiir
opposite the Court House, where he will rat
tend to the practice of his profession in all its
yATI LCCI X' S Celebrated ,Irnperizl
VV tension Steer Spring Skeleton Skirt, with
self-adjustible Bustle. The latest and best in.
use, just received at
ALARGE LOT OF B WINDOW
SHADES arretitarkabl3r low prices--
to closeout. TORN SPANGLEA,
Market Street, Marietta:
ALARGE - stock "of 'Paperara Envelope))
. of the best quality just received and for
sale at, The. Goldeu. Mortar. •
CI T. CROIX Arrn . NEW lINGLAND RUM
for culinary purposes, warranted-genuine
- 1/...D. Benjamin
. . C HOICE ., r
beet Chewing and Smoking To'bitice
11TE have lately received from the I.:witc;
inarkets, a large assortmeat of
Fall and Winter Goods,
that were purchased during the Gold pant,
when prices hail touched the bottom ; WI are,
therefore, prepared to furnish all kinds of toi.r:
chandise much below the present market value.
ALL GRADES OF CLOTHS,
Cassimeres and lestings, Over-aatings,
Fancy Cassimeres, for full suits,
AND FOR BOYS WEAR,
Cassinetts and Jeans,
Ladies Cloaks and Cloaking Cloths,
Coburgs and Alpacas in all colors,
Rich Plaid and lhocade Lustre*,
Plain and Fig'd Wool or *nixed DeLaion,
Superior 'Mourning Delainea r; Alpacas,
A large assortment of Merrimack Punt
Scotch Plaid and Plain Dress and Skirt Flan
nels, Long and Square Shawls, in great variety,
Sacking, and Shirting Flannels,
Large and Small Raimondo,
Washington Skeleton Skists, the.best article in
the market—every Skirt guarranteed,
French Corsets, Traveling Over-Shirty
Handkerchiefs, . Drawers,
Shirt Fronts, Noods, Sontags,
Nubia Scarfs, Gloms, Hosiery, ST., 6-c
Ticking, Checks and Osnaburgs, Bleached and
Brown Linen and Cotton Diaper, Fine and
Common Toweling, Table and Floor
Oil Cloths, Blankets, Counterpanes,
Coverlids, Sheeting and Pillow
Muting, Transparent and
Holland Window Blinds.
Glass, Crockery and Queenszcare,
Full Tea, Dinner and Chamber Setts,
Fancy, Market and Clotbes Baskets.
G ROCERI ES,— Cakes, Sugars, Teas, a ,
i l lm eem p Fish, gait, Dried Fruit, 9 i
Cranberries, Spices, etc.
9.1-An early call is solicited.
SPANGLER 4- PA TTEANON.
Marietta, October 29, 1564-tf.
mat tares con. cfc Co.,
NO. 664 1 MARKET STREET,
D EALERS IN
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
/dicu , dulaie.
Keep constantly on hand a full stock of Bui;.
ding Material, Nails,
LOCKS, HINGES, 'tf -( ,) :
GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, WHITE LEAD,
SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF C
ON: Rolled and /luny
„iron, Steel, Horse-Shoe Lta,
Norway Nail Rode, Hoop and Baud k
Horse-Shoe Nails, Bolts, Files,
FIRST-CLASS ICOOK I NG
AND PARLOR STOVES, RANGES, =r
Tubs, Churns, Cedaz Stands, O S.
Wash Boards, Buckets,
Knives and Forks,.
Sad Irons, Kraut Cutters Waiters, Ms,
Copper Keti les Clothes IVrineers,
Iron Ladles, Meat Stands, Coal lid
Lumps, Shades and Lanterns, Tea
Scales, Coffee Mills, Painted
Cliiitither Setts, &c., Sze.
Forks, Shovels, Hoes, Spades, Horse Brusher,
Wheel Grease, Fish, Sperm and Lubne
Lung and Short Trace
Breast Chains, &e., Sze.
TOO LS: Band and Wood Saws, lisitheli.
Chopping and Hand Axes, Planes, thissvis.
Augers and Auger Bits, Braces, Pruitioli,.;
Hooks and Shenis, &c., &c.
Thankful for, past patronage, we hope to Intl,:
and receive a continuance of the same.
Marietta, July 30, 1864. If
11JUVES & LIQUORS.
)1 LI. D. BENJAMIN,
WINES & LIQUORS,
Picot Building. Marietta, Pa.
SEGS leave to inform the public that
will continue the WIN K St LIQUOR im,l
- in all its branches. He will constant,)
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, iirines, Gins, Irish and Sewell
Whiskey, Cordials. Bitters, 6-c.,
Justly Celebrated Rose Whisky,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
A very surerior OLD BYE WHISKEV
oat received, which is warranted pore.
All H. O. B. now asks of the public
is a careful examination of his stock and pri
ces, which will, he is confident, result in Iln
tel keepers and others finding it to their ad
vantage to make their purchases from I irn•
. Formerly Keesey's,
rpHIS old Perry—one• of the oldest and most
sate crossings on the Susquehanna River—
is now in charge of the undersigned, who hits
refitted the old and built new bouts, which will
enable him to do ferrying with safety and dis.
patch.' No unnecessary delay need he endured.
Sober and experienced Ferrymen always en
gaged. No imposition in charges us the fol
lowing list will show :
. Farm Wagons, each
Horses, per head
Single horse and rider,
Two-horse Carriage and two persons, 1:00
Buggy, horse and two persons, :50
Foot Passengers, each, :12
.Stock oriel kinds at the old charges.
' All Luggage over fifty pounds, 25 cents:per
100 pounds extra.
Merchant Tailor, ang Clothier,
At F. J. Eramph's:Old Stand, on the Cor
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
ATEF Lto the Citizens of Marietta
Ur and vicinity, for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended, 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 ofminfidence reposed.
• . CLOTHS, CASHMERES A N D VESTINGS, and
such other seasonable material as fashion and
'the market furnirihei,. constantly kept on hand
and manufactured to ordir, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or style may suggest.
AL SO, --- BEADY-MADE 'CLOTEZNO,
• entlemen's .Furnishing, Gooods
and such articles as usually belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
TT ()WARD ASSOCIATION,
.1 - 1_ •
Diseases of the Nervous, Seminal, Urinary
and.,Sexual Systems—new and reliable treat
ment—in Reports of the RO;Ward'Association.
Sent by mail in seale.fletter enveloPes, free
of charge. Address, Da. J. SKILLIN nOllGti-
Tow, &toward Association, No. 2 South Ninth
Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
HOWE 8. STEVEN'S Celebrated Family
Dye Colors. warranted to be fast, d
THE GOLDEN MORTAR.
A full line of French Meriroes,
r- O WAR 1'
S. S. RATIIVON,