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agir, A letter has just been received at
thel4 avy * 15e partment, fro rii . :§lrWilliam
Arinstront, the well.knoWntEnglish gun
tucker; in which hWt'rkeS Allis Govern
inent,to imitate the example of France
and Russid, , by thanithictaring, his guns.
Po this piece Of 'scieriti6e,' impertinence,
has written ii'daustie reply, iu Which he
tellt4SitrzWillialM"'that' the Aritistrong”
guns dapterediat'Fert Fiher afford us
the means of testing their supposed effi
cienef.'' these found.an
inseriPtionfieettinii ferthlhat they Were
to Jeff Thais. ' '
fr. Ciprinn,Rivalin, is • ; worth ,over j a
millinn ,of and, the ti riches , nol
oreitman „initho; :UP ited „. States.. The
colored : men j pf.,lSTe w,,,Ynrk la ave,,,many
rich men gmong them, .4Petm Vandyke,
Robert Watson, qlouces,t,er, „And,.
M CrPshYe whotgraJ 3 Fi1j,Putt5 3 ,9 0 9, 0 .9 0
iu propfirtyi, real estate,.anc l 3 the,17 7 09,
in Pililaflekpw%o4Pge ' , aro ntvfnnr
thorisa,ktl,familieg a gnaidy thr9et lunfired
living in..tioir Agin hnnses., t mong,the
,the,latter said : to be :
worth, oyprAsqo,ooo4, ,r 1
iWtlitVifee t Artlii IfenklEigS; a" native'
of Prussia, twenty or . twenty-one'Year
of age,,ph0,1144 boon .4,1 t this, coantry i not
longke,,t,halhAtiree,or i .conr ,months,, ; has
b nes, t rAnd e i . , imilitayy cop tinis sion in
St. ,T , pni,g, k arld,,,entcp fifteen years'
imprAson,Run.t. for,olltaining money
,under false pretences.,
fund IN, an d: friencle ! oeeppy ~positions of
dignity anki,n,figance in, ais native poun
trYe MB,ft'tb , 9S bCiAg §ecrentY of
Stale r mager Prussia.,„„
b'y both ins
of OdnOe r gi l 'fitring,' the cidsinkh'Ourn
ant i hdrizff the 'noinege'nf three' ''`cent
Mat nee riin'4llle's tliat the
tb cent r iiideeg,l4l;lll%,s
t 'the 'nnao'drie cif 'la 'ceriti, 'end ttint‘
own Aar et! 'e o O in - Anal' bh
1 ndrir'to` thnfou'r Cents.
ItAthio gai6R Mine f ally ' faipei•
ft:tYntiOrialVitrie"rieit 'elnW' deh6 rriin a
tiße fo tfie ne w
patini• 'eerie:notes, being illegal,
or A little- boy.; about ten yearsof
age, residing near l'opatoog Lake Sue
'Stiort, ' Wit% "t:
a 'shortlirip hi;tide, 'having gene Out wit
916t1' to' 14 - Othiti 2 wai'sben or hire
toy' sonic, roothei;
ing acrOSS two leg's, blt
tdn e.,11 - closse't,':,' to'p' of' h. pair of
bodifi, which Were reco'gnized'as these
wi re by 'the hey: `L'lt is' supposed thai
the little ; fellow'was deveured by a bear
or panther, which is said to have been
seen in that neighborhood.
car A telegraphic dispatch from Gen.
Cameron to Senator Lowery..announeee
that Col. Harry White has,been.promo
tad to Brigadier , Generah The admin-
tetration Jnever ati•,act that gave
greater“so,tiefaotion-Ao ~ t he, Senate, of
Pennsylvania, than this prom o tion ; and
the Senators are itibilent over it, :ins
much as the 'gallant Colonel was a mem,
bar of thatibodrat ; the time of his in
eareeration in, the rebel prisons: _ •
4tir The new'qUota Of 300,000 isbeing
rapidly filled: "'lt is 'staled mmi=official
ly that betweenthree'andloUr 'thousand
fresh. tvpops are being•daily sent to the
several apnies. Most, of , these troops
go to filt,up and r,egineents, and by, being
thus dlstribatesl beecepe disciplined sol
diers (tad , ready for Active ; service ha a
The extraoriiihitiy spectacle. of a
black nian te'stifying' against 'a white
person ivas b Witriesiiiil 'in ' the ;Police
doarttif L'onis for ilia first . time :in
the State's 'histcity, l on Monda3ii last.
The person itit§ a woman, an' ex
inmate of the work-honse.
to- The prggers of Richmond have all
been sy!ppad . , from publication by the
conscription or their employers.. 'The
"Dispatch" published a half sheet by the
aid of 'friend's exethpt from militarrdnty.
air The Ceppechwid paper at Grass
Valley, Cal., complains that - thb goats,
performing the office 'of street scaven
gers, follow the carrier and devciur that
lllir By a general order lido' the reb
el War ' Department, General; Gideon
Pillow has been made "Hog!':: Winder's
successor as Commissary General of
',All deserters are warned. by
President that unless they return to, the
army - before the tenth of May they will
14711 NT ItY m:i'mu:sE.—()n the 20th
ult., M re. Clark, of North Collins, New
York, and her three children were seat
ed at a table, OD which was placed
lighted lamp, which the girl undertook
to fill with kereosene. In attempting'
this, the blitz() communicated to the oil
in the can, causing an explosion of both
the can and the lamp, and instantly en
veloping all four persons in a sheet of
Liquid fire. Efforts were made in vain
to extinguish the flames. The unfOrtu
nate mother was burned to blackness
from bond to foot, and her features so
horribly disfigured that her, Most inti
mato friends could not recognize ''ber.
She.survived until Tuesday afternoon,
e'ndiiiing 'the Most iiitehae 'The'
girl aged thirteen, and a boy aged six .
years, were not, expected to Survive.
The fourth, a lad of sixteen, was badly
burned On the Tight side' of his' head,
slieulder, andthe 'whole length of his
urn; 'but hopes are entertained for his
MONIIMENTp ,GEN. REYNOLDS.—The
Philadelphia Ledger of Tnesday morn
ing says. that a monument. to be..placed
over the remains of, A.T.ajor General Ray- .
nolds, who fell at., ‘ Getty.sbergy .has
been completed by:dlir..k.',truthpre, ,o,f,
that.city. , sixteen feet" high, pf
white marble; and.contains on a rustic,
die ,the names of ; the battles, the .Geoar
al took part in. Onitheshaft.is pat in- k
relief, a'sword,. sash,..belt aryl, glovesy
and crossed cannon and flags. rg.4E?,
,monurneat .contains - the , following,
,',John Fulton Tteraolds, Col.
of.the Firth!lnfantry, U..S. Army, .....)la
jor General , of, 4 Volunteers. 13orrl,
.Sept. 21 183 q. at,,Gettysburg.
.while in command of.,,the.. Jeft .wing
the Army' of the Xotpmac.'! J.:112001qm.
ument will,be.placed..over i his, grave at
Lancaster, : Pa.. ` • 3
briSArk.4F.ACE OF AN
Gergiah girl, named" Annie . K itteer,
thirteen "fears 'ofd; . p4reata
dead, leaving her hc•ireseto 850,000 're
cotitly disaPpeared froniSLLouis under
hi:id:Wucod her at school in an Ursulina'
Coavent, but re'Fently she was allowed
to leave fin. a ild : y to attend a funeral,
andhasnofsiage been , seen. The ird
presSie'n is ihaelier i'riendS!reariUg that,'
she would be "induced to i'aka 'the 'veil' .
and . givo her
: property to the Chdrah'
ar`A. "you rig rrsay of Yeirark;
Arthe' foliciwitii cii.'carestadois : -Shei
left herifather's hobs° iri dorripclay. withv
he'r yolineaSSOciaths, for fill'
it lit 'tliam &Qc "a th'eighiwir, arid'
whil'e aintisfugtheihsellies'-" , litintiok'
it; riad, placing:it:in her moral' , to hide'
it fro m lie -'o'tivelt, , oder ti , ta lIT swa 110
lo w e d prVdticitivinterriiil
Whiitlyterrriffilited-& her (114t1i. ??,
pgrw Two.more States have.:ratified the. y
Constitutional Amendment, to wit:
Wikonsin,.and Louisiana, the, former
with serpfe w, No Les in the, negative, the
latter with none at all. These make
nineteen!Statest which i haysi already met•
the ,question. affirmatively,,. ; two ir -
Delaware and Kentucky—negatively.
requireonly 'six moro :l States .to
insure its adeption,which, from, present
appearances, , cannot fail to he obtained.
Two younger sons_ of the, late
Duke of NeweaAtle, whe, it will, be re.
membered, accoppanied,the Prince of
Walea,dttring,,hie 4..naerieantour, had a
fight with carving knives recently, in a
London,Olab Vonsp, when the youngest,
nineteen years of age, was killed by his
brother„Lord,Arthur. , This is rather
putting in the shade our western pas.
times.urith the bowie ,
fir The war is evidently:drawing to
a close, but while it ',lasts the 'Treasury
must have moneyto meet its cost, and
every motive that patriotism can inspire
should induce the people to supply its
wants without delay. The Government
goal buy cheaper for cash in hand than
on, credit. Let us see that its wants
pre,premPtly and liberally satisfied.
eir A case of astonishing juvenile db.
tyravit3r ha's j ustleen developed in Louis
ville, Ky. Caroline Miller; a girl thir
teen ' years • ord, 'deliberately poisoned
her fathei witivars'enie.' The only ex
-ease she made'aras that she thought she
might have abetter home and less work
'to do it her father was dead.
It is, said Bennett, of the New
York Herald, was ofTered the French
mission but declined it. , . John P. Hale
goes' to Spain as our minister. Sir P.
Bruce is Loyd Lyons' successor as Min
ister to Washington. Lord Lyons'
Gir.The construction of the
ment arsenal at Rock Island,. Illinois,
will. be commenced immediately. It
will cost $1,500,000, and will be one of
the largest structure of the kind in the
Cr Sherman took more cannon at
Charleston without a battle than Napo
leon took in any .tbree of. the greatest
battles he ever fought.
On ,Friday, the 3rd inst., one hun
dred and sixty-eight "bouriti-jumpers
were arrested at Hoboken, N. J.
Deacon Philips, of Sturbridge, Mats.,
'Lo died at the age of 104 years and 8
months, was the oldest man Who voted
for Mr: Lincoln last November, and re
ceived therefor the written thanks of
'r he Minnesota Legislature has exten
ded the right of suffrage to negroes, but
the people of the State are to vote on
the question next' November.
The list of enrollment of the national
forces, on the first of November last,
contained the names of 2,794,226 men
who are stibject to military ,dilty.
The Secretary of War, in his annual
report, says there is on hand' a stockof
three quarters of a million of rsit-class
rifle small arms, exclusive , of the arms
in. the hands of the troops!' intro
duction 'of breach-loading arms :for the'
military service generally, 'is reconimen
ded 'l4 the Secretary
, Over two huncired,' flags, miptured
from the rebel% have been received, by .
the Secretary of War, properly,,labelled
and deposited for E4fe,,lieeping.,
Tlieljnited Statds owns opivards.lof ,
1,000,000,000 acres of publio'.landi sas
-ceptitile of kcaltivation. They- own 'at
least`2 000,000‘acres of gold-and silver
;Dearing laud. .The arable; lands are.
-wo - rth at least sl,2oo,ooo,ooo,'and' the
-mineral lands are-worth at least4B l ooo,-,
000,000;' m akin g -toge`them-tO t o
Mr. Vallandig.ham positively , declines
rto be aCtiai t date ?Or, Gvernor of CI:14
lnet. fall, .on the. principle; probably,
that inOnces,a burnt child:to avoid 'the
, Ge.neral Watie Itampton_. bas been
notified by , General ..Sherman , that , in
colisequenbe of the, murder 'opliis forag
essi a similar number of. , rebel prisoners
will: be eaeouted.in. the samii-manner.
The rebels are appealing 'fradtically
for old muskets. So imperative is the
dernind that the great want 'orthem'
was announced in the Richitiond church
es on Sunday. The ladies are called
upon to'interest themselves in the • mat
ter, ' • ' .
„Aidaughter of John O. ; Breckenridge,
wh,q,Liiis,.beeri attending . school ,at Louis-,
t o.,be sept.tbrungh the 0-
bel lines to her fathpr; 7
No more Of the' 3 cent fractional curd
rency is to be issued, in view of the coin
pieces anthorized to tio , sabstitutedily
aCt of Ccingress. 'Tbat."vibieb will be;
returned to the Treasury, Will- not be
One of the most celebrated of the
fightingi,egirnerita of Xew York,' with
every ,officer, from its Colonel down, have
taiien a vow to serve the popular cause
in Mexico,as soon as they are out of
our ; war with the rebels. I
Mr. Watts b'hermap, J .9f • the .well :
known banking firm .of Dniman, Shar
man & Co., of New York, .died
island of ; Madeira,+ on the 20th of Feb
ruary last, in the .53d year of.his age. I.
Some 9run6en fellows in a house near
COvin'iton; KY., a few days ago;` peured
liquor on a companion, andthen , setl
on 'fire "for fun." He was 'too much
stapified by drink to help himself,, and
was so badly burned iliat he died:
In Baltimore secesh circles it is sta
ted that thereis really,a, serious tnisan-,
derstanding between. Gen. Lee and. Jeff.
Davis, and that the breach, instead .of
healing; grows wider, and, wider.
Some twenty soldiers; belonging to
the 23d Indiana regiment, Veteran Re-
Serve Corps,'` on detached service at lin
iiorte; Ind% were poisoned a few days
ago by a negro obeli. None of them
have died. Arsenic was found . 16 the
food'preptiled for 'theni <The negro is
The<recent introduction of the electric
telegraph into. Morocco was -yehement
ly opposed.by, many, who ; looked, at ; the
progress of the work with religious hor
ror. The Emperor ; threatened with
death any.person who should.injurs the
apparatus, but the inhabitants of the
villaga'of =Mahovany nevertheless cut
down the wires. The irate . Emperor
straightway had the piece
by his troops,. and the „heads ,of, ten
prominent citizens were , forthwith cut
off and fixed onlhe telegraph poles, as
an awful warning.
A young lady jumped film a railroad
train in England, lately, to avoid an as
sanit from a fellow-passenger and was
fined fifty cents for jumping from ' a
train while in 'notion.
The price of a substitute in .New, Or
leans is about $2300. The draft has cre
ated a profound excitement ,thero.
The house of Rothschild has summon
ed all its agents abroad, to sicon . ference,
which is about to takeqilace
A member of.the, English. Parliament
has been muleted,in $lO,OOO forhreach
of promise of marriage. ,
Two hundred and , forty. thousand
Union soldiers' hive died in the service
of oar cohntri. - ,
Th . e' Fverett: Statue Fund now
am,olinte $31,014. ' '
ThetnapturVofiltrehmend, -is ~ not -far
distant, so says General Grant.
31aLtr 11;11 =rir.,7l3ls
NEW I.!( -, TACE STAMP.- A. self cancel
hug postage stamp has been invented.
Instead of moistening the back of these
stamps, the face, being gummed, is
dampened and placed on the letter as
usual, when such an impression on the
face of the letter renders their removal
impossible. If by any process, the
stamps are taken off, it must be destroy
ed, while the impression remains plainly
upon the letter. The self-cancelling op-_
eration will save a vast amount of time
and labor in all our post offices, and in
sures security against being re-used or
picked off by thieves. The main point
Of inquiry iin'pW
to be, 'whether .
hese' light end . delihate stamps will-be
found-able to.resist the action.of he.at.,in;
warm wheather, and be as. eompletely
portable as the present issue ; whether,
in folding them, they would not -adhere_;
to each other, or bi:eak so as to disfigure
the vignette: ;' _ ,
*.Nearly all active credits are now
based;: on yrovernment securities, and
banks hold the.as the veri'
strongest they can :make.
If it were possible to contemplate the,
`finanCial 6.ilure or the Government, no"
`bank 3yould be any safer. If money iS
loanesl on individual notes or bond 'and
mortgage,, it will be payable in the same
currency as the Government pays will,
and no better., The GoVerutuent never
has latled to - meet its ehgageMents, and
the national debt is a ,first mortgage np- ,
on 3the'whole property' of the cogiitty `
'While other stocks fluctuate from ten; to
fifty, or even a greater per Mat., goi,-
`ernment • stocks are always comparative--
ly firm., Theirealueis.fixed and relic':
ble:'beyolid all other securities ; for
While a thousand speculative bubles rise
'and biirpr,' as a rule they are `never below
par, and are often above.
fir A man - living 'at No'. 628 Shippeu
street, Philadelphia, battled Markhato,
shot his wife in cold blood' on. - Monday ,
evening last: : . `l'hey have lived happily
together for years-; bat . futemperance
anlbjeafouiy entered , the family. togetb--
er; and the' peace of.,:the houtehnlzl w,as.
fatally end- foreve'r ' disttfrbed.
breach betimen . them a Widened flit° 11:
quarrel of irrecontilatilo = violence, and.
met its Itragie ending•on Nlonday. The
woman Was shot with- a pistol and , al
mostiostautfi' 'killed, neighbors,
alarined •bY , the' i.eplirt, burst Tizito; , the
hOuse anli;fonnil'h4 (iu' the floor,
weltering her own:blood: The. Emir--
derer had fled. r - •
Aliir A- b9y,-I*lned::4 o §ia!ll,
abopt.twolve years ! of, agn,„residing
I4ordentown, 3.,,was,put oat .to ser
vice on a farm near that, place, butvept
borne se ve ra1,44 Ines to see mothe.r;
witho.ut permission, nnd bad beem taken
back. On. Friday last he. was : refused ;
PP PP iBSiYn tp:_gn Ut1iP....,a 1 4 11 .1 11 exeliP,°n ,
threatrned to hang i himsey.., wAs,
tbought to be a b03*14 , threat, ,aud no..
attention was paid to,it ;
.bnti on going,
to the barn shortly, at:ter, hihimplpyer
found the „,boy bnuging 1,9,„0ne, of ; the,
beams by the neck, and befpre t he was
able to cut him down life .had become
entirely. extinct, .
441 1 . The Proi:ost Marshal General has
issued a circular, in conformity with the
recent proslamation of the , ?resident,
pardoning deserters ofcertain cOnditions
instructing all officers and employees of
his bureau to give prompt attention to
the receiving and forwarding of syiqh de
serters as may present tl3erneelVes in ac
cordance with its provisions. The .Ses
retary.of War has directed .
that no re
ward be paid for the arrest of
who Indy be arrested subsequent to the
receipt of this order by the district pro
rfr Henry S. Foote, a member of the
rebel,Rouse of Itepresentatives . , who re
cently earns into our' lines, , has - been
unanimously•expelled from that< body.
and William. C. Rives,-anotber member,
formerly ft U. g: - SellatClr frdin
and Ministerlo France, has • re'signed:
It•riould seem that bath these menlook
upon the rebellion as good as 'gone up,
and abandon it while they tan yet do so
wr John C. Heenan, the noted
American pugilist, is now. residing ,in a
reduced state of health, and ,is hilt a
shadow of his former self. Qn.e of .his
lungs is,almost if not entirely gone,•and
the man that stood six feet tw9 in, Ns
boots, and weighed two hundred and
thirty pounds, ni.,w weighs but one ,hun
dred and sixty-five pounds. ,
ar It is reported that the Southern
peace agents' suggested to Presideit
Lincoln that the Sonthern elaves - are
worth nine hundred million - 'dollars,-`for
which the Government" shoiild pay in
case of le-union, and that the•Prebideat
`replied, "Thatlittle - bill is seared,- and
`the re - ceipt is filed away:"
ar Buffalo are becoming scarce in ;the
westetn hunting 'grounds. •They have
been scimuch.disturbed,:of by „ro
ving bands of Indians, that they are
seeking more retired• homestead,a far
away, near the Rocky mountains.
cr, Mr. Creswell, the newly elected
Senator from Maryland, is an ardent
emancipationist,. and, has been classed
wit,h.thu : lEadicale7 on the Republican
osidi),,otthp . akte I.lonse of, Represonta
PRSN'A RAITIOAD COMPANY.--The
report of this Company gives the follow
mg exibit of its finances for 1864. To
tal earnings, $14,759,057 66 ; total ex
penditures, $10 ; 696,9 44 19 ; -Abscess of
earnings over expenditures, $4,065,113
47. Of the net profits, $1,523,637 has
been applied to the payment of two
semi-annual dividends of five per cent;
$1,113,024 03 to llai4isburg and Lan
caster Railroad Company; and $32.5
609 90 to interest upon its debt, taxes
upon dividends, etc. The whole busi
ness of the company seems to have been
conducted to the entire satisfaction of
the Directors , i during the year. Tbe :
aceidents on the road were as follow :1
Passengers linked 1.-t; injured 47; em.:
ployers injured 122;OtheTS 4
, injurea 49. Total killedV9 ;
injured 218. , •
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NATIONAL BANKS.—By an amendment
to the National Currency act,. passed
at .the last session, of Congress, the''
amount of circulation contemplated by
that act, late bu,apportioned.to thelp r if.
forent States and territories. In view
'of this fast, Hugh NlcOulloch, has is
sued a circular, saying , that all: persons
- therefore who contemplate the organize
Aion of national banks other than those
whose papers, have been filed, or whose
applications, have been. approved, are
requested , to suspend operations until
the nedessary data can be collected and
'the tliquired a pPbrtio . titnen t can be made.
tState bauliscipateiaplating achatige of
,organizatian can proceed without inter
' PEmoc C,' Y N SLA V HAY .- those
loyal.StatesaMhere Democ.racY is,ip,the
aseendent, the .Constitutional . amend
linent abolishiVaidiy throughbutthe
I.Union : has been rejeCted, ‘viz: in Dela"-
; ware, Kentucky and New Jersey—in
=the latter State by a tie vote.
It is possible that the Democracy can
I-surxive such a recor,d, for rt; ti-ut O. but at
no distant day it will be referred to with
wonderito'dfabhorre,n,ce.: . '
Fortunately, the great : work cau : be
accomplished , withoutlbose.States. The
decrees of Providence, cannot lac thwart
ed. byLtite :ponyieHbrts , •of man :wedded, to
barbarism and crime.
lia L v rg:Nj)tt i .pre,si denkollJnion
Colleve, one of tlie k ,ivenitbiesl. 4nen in
the.l:ll.tttiN wito :119.-a,.e110.9we4. that.. Co
llege like a millionaire„ wlto for several
Cognmeoceniegts,,bge, got beeg able to.
sign the degrees eseept, the , ,aid of
his mile,. in.qox.Ker-RillaptA,:is . 13, 9 1 t. ex
pected to recover.
IIEM The inecl,flikerPers, ol , , ;illi!nelY'ek •
gang of thieves, robbers and;coneterfeit
erSjin Oek§:ia,tl3 of Atint.is has, been slis•
covered, and eight r ue,urd r tsvody l omen
balopgin to „eyrested.
large amount of property, ,suppo , Aed to
ha!!f3 Oeeln. 6 49l i eqi PtrtS, hble, else/
been found and identiked by the
ter Gov. William, Cannon of Dea
7are,,,Oied ou c ,,,Wednesday, March Ist,
after a short, ilirmse, Eta was elected on
the.Uniop ticket in 1863, and had, yet
two years to serve.. 4:,
Alin'serong gurnb 'captur
ed at PO'rt - Fish tire . edriring North.
One r,ilj be sent .to West Point, and
the other retatqed at the Washington
ifir Congress hae*.psissed :a bill giving
irCaddition'to their pension,
of three hundred dollars aletir, to the
five ,Biiry ifltj Revolntionery • pensiorf-
ter One of Geribardi's generals has
been arrested in New Selma, for keep
inealbarber shoptopen. on Stuaday, and
was dischargedibecause,he' did not talk
1 ifeb) Dtqblisiiirnev)t:
L. GITTIibIANN, •
Front Street; Marietta, Pa. •
IVNGeped:nl in Clot g ore,
n l anuel a ck,biigonont.s.
a 1, sv , ,doo;s4t,x , mp.,klury's lioticp!neroThep
READY MADE CLOTHING
of every description, and Gentleinen's fur
nishing •gdo'ds;lr be found iiirgitat IrallfetY,
and will be sold at the very. loweatlnise.
This will be no Yankee trap ; every article
will bq sold, with a view to secure perma
nent trade. Cal! and see the good's `and"
the prices. c..• I,;feb:lrifv
A LARGE 'l.oTOkiitlFF' ViNDOW
'-:SHADES at,rematitably low ,prices
to closeoit 7 , JOHN SPANGLES,
ite market-Street, Marietta.
Lot Of for children called
1-1 intlistriktablelSleatfirii Books ; •School and
Papal Books, Stationqy; Pen hoiders
&c. at LANUIS & TROUT.
fib , RIbIE • New Crop, qsTew- OHip lg
..L.--the very best for Calies. 'Just receiVed
SPA'NfILER Sr. RICH.-
CT. gROLY AND NEW ENGLAND RUM
fiii , culiniry pinpaseEr.warranteligenutd
, , , Bent.nm4n,
T) OGER'S Celebrated Pearl Cement and
Oil'Paste Blacking at„?. •
.1” THE GOLDEN 1110R.T.4.11.
MO ;LANDLORDS I Just received, Scotch
ed pure, at H. D. ..Baijclthiii's.
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AL4'"' stoar . of, Papyr and Enyelopes
of the Vest' qinidity jhst re`ceivEd sind"for
We at , - . • The .Goldeu Mortgr.
TOB PRINTING of every description 'ex
ecuteilwith neatness art& dispatch ', - at the
office of Thor Mariettian., .
C:HOICE , HANTANA::,B E G.,4111) an4fihe
, best Chewing Tobaeeci" at
W efLVE)S. ,
IYON'S Periodical Drops, and Clarks ~
amale Pills, at The Golden Markt: Fa
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OFFER FOR SALE. AT THE VER\
Law EST A T E
Shcelings, 'rick:hags, Damosl, - .1, 31..
SiMs, illohairs, Challie. , Debi, P
lies, .11pams, Chint:es. ha.-1
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13 A IkM-A,B, A L S
Mct s - \7\7 - car
leans, Cas7interettv, Cottonades„
Also, a full line of White Goods
HOSIERY AND NOTIONS.
and Swiss Maslins
AT REDUCED PRICES..
Gins 40 Qqaeolualv.
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
public are invited to give 113 a ea
and . examine . our stock.
' ' RAM, FOREMAN &. CO.,
J. R. D IFF'ENBA ell
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lUarielta; . .Masch 10, 1€65