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MARIETTA. PA :
isor A bounty jumper recently escaped
from Gallop's Island, Boston ~Harbor,
after having unaccountably unfastened
his irons. It was subsequenrly discov
ered that a young woman who had been
permitted to come and see him, had a
key in her mouth fitting the lock of his
fetters. On parting she kissed him, and
in the operation transferred the key
from her mouth to his.
gir Hon. B. G. Harris, member of
Congress from Southern , Maryland, is
on trial before a military commission,
charged with urging paroled prisoners
to return, to the South, and fight again
as soon as exchanged and also advising
them not to take the oath.
cir The large shield-shaped silver-pla
ted door plate of Alexander 11. Steph-
ens, late Vice Prpsident of the late, so
called Confederate States • of America,
is now displayed in the window. of an
oyster-house on Washington street,
air Rhett was an originalsecessionist,
not only from Lincoln, butirom Davis ;
and in his private correspondence dis
covered at Charleston he speaks of Da.
vis as "a fool," as "pig-beaded," and as
held "in great contempt" in Charleston.
Cr A colored woman in Marietta,
Ohio, brought• to her minister five dol
lars. It was the first money she had
ever earned. She wanted it to begin a
monument to Abraham Lincoln. •
eir Clark Mills, the sculptor, applied,
to the Secretary of War for liberty to
take a cast of Booth's head, when Mr.
Stanton replied : "Better take care of
your own head, sir."
Cr The New York Herald of Satur
day states that the rumor concerning
Mr. Lincoln's having offered the French
Mission to James Gordon Bennett is
true, and that it was deClined.
Hon. Preston 'King; of New York,
is perhaps the most intimate friend and
adviser of Predident Johnson atl.the
present time, and is 'one of his 'oldest
fir A soldier stationed near Pied
mont, West .Virginia, Anarrelled with a
comrade and shot him. The murderer
was immediately hung on a tree, by his
gar Bentiett P;enson,
.of St. Paul,
;Vilna., enlisted as a soldier two years
ugo, has been in twelve battles, and
wounded twice', yet is only 'fifteen 'years
The bodies of the "first martyrs
of the rebellion"—Ladd:and Whitney—
were deposited under the monument at
Lowell on Friday evening of last week.
er Dr. Valentine Mott, one of the
most distinguished, surgeons in this
country, died in New York, 'on the 26th
of April, aged 86 years.
gar A child•was born recently in San
Francisco who had no opening for its
eyes. Cuts were made, and a pair of
bright ones were found underneath.:
eir The Episcopal congregation of
Belvidere, N. T., discharged ,their pastor
for refusing to pray for the family of
President Lincoln. • •
ispr Among, those who took the oath
in Rtchmond on Monday was Dr. Garn
ett, formerly of Washington, and lately
physician to . ..Taff. Davis.
ar The President's mansion is to be
repainted and refurnished throughout
before it will be takdri possession of by
President Johneon. . -
fir A man in Troy,hadhis arm. blown
off, in firing a salute, and while he was
senseless and bleeding, somebody stole
$lB from him.
or A, Aiehmond letter says . General
Lee keoils,quietly within the house, and
has not been seen on, the street • since
air At Carnclen, Scinth Carolina, in a
newly rands( grave` in tie burylng ground
was fonneovers6o,ooo in specie.
cir President Johnson's sonitr=la*,l
Judge Pat terson , is the newly elected
11. S. Sendof fioni Tennessee:
fir President Johnson offers a-reward
of one hundrad:thousand dollars for the
arrest of. Jeff Davis.
ler According to Parson Brownlow,
John Dell - is not dead, bat still in the
land of the living.
Or Pilyne,itticf lissassillator .:oft the
rieward family, has made a full zonces,
Eic» of his crime.
TIIE DEBT MUST BE PAID.—We bear
that Andy Johnson, who was born poor,
and raised poor, and iS yet of, the people
in his property and eipectations, has
given the order for Retrenchment and
Economy, and declared that the Nation
must go right to work to pay its debts.
The National Debt has been cipher
ed up, and the sum total is a big one,—
but the American people is a big one
too. On the Ist of July next our debt
will foot up in round numbers Three
Thousand Millions. We can pay it with
out strain, without oppression. We
can pay it, and add to, our wealth. But
we have got to practice economy, public
and private.. We have particularly- to
apply economy and watchfulness to the
Legislation of Congress, and to the ad
. inistration of the Departments and
Bureaus in Washington. The expenses
of the Government mist be shoved back
rapidly and in good faith toward the old
peace footing of 1860. We may never
again get quite to that,—but let us get
as near to it as we can.
The ablest statists in the service of
the Treasury Department have been di
rected to - measure the wealth and 're
sources of the nation, and to calculate
when it will be possible for us to pay,
and probable that we will pay, that im
mense debt of Three Thousand Millions.
They have reported that the "bottOm
dollar" of it can be paid in twenty years.
from 1870 I !
Good again I Let the watchword of
all politips be—Pay off the National debt!
SOUTHERN POOR WRITE FOUL. About
seven miles'from Richmond I saw a man•
lying'under tha shade of it tree, assidu
ously chewing, tobacco. After sainting
him, and after several questions; to
Which I received-fazy tesea and Noes,
I asked him to'whatchurches the people
in' that neighborhood usually , went.
"Well, not mdch to any." "What are
their religions 'views ?" "Well, not
much of any. 7 ' "Well, my friand, what
are your religions views ?" I asked. The
man answered 'slowly and sleepily, "My
own 'pinion is, that them 4is made me'll
take care 'of me." ' '
The language of flowers and fruits.
—The lilac in April—" Give me leave."
The rose in June—" Well, I'm blowed."
The asparagus in July—" Cut and come
again." Peas in August—" Shell ont."
The apple tree in September—"Go it,
my pippins." The cabbage in Decem
ber—"My heart's my own." .
At a recent exhibition of paintings,
a lady and her son were regarding with
much interest a picture which the cata
logue designated as "Luther at the Diet.
of Worms." Having descanted,at some
length upon its merits, the boy remark
edL-"Mothsr, I see LUiher and the
table; but where are the worms,?"
. : —,President Lincoln, before leaving
.ashington on his last,,visit to the ar
my, wrote a call for an extra session of
Congress, which was signed by both
himself and Secretary Sewarkto be is
sued in case anything happened to him:
The document is now on file at the
Major Generals Butler, Burnside,
and Schurz, have resigned their commis
sions. Hundreds cf Union officers of,
the army and navy have also resigned,
owing to the great reduction in the
force of both arms, preparatory to.enter
ing upon business in the civil walks.
• movement bas been initiated in
Philadelphia fin: the purchase and pre
sentation,of a farm to Mrs. Lincoln.
Single subscriptions are limited t 04500
and all'are to be sent to Jay 'Cooke &
.who will publicly acknowledge
—,Henry A..,N,Vise now claims :to have
been a strenuousZnion man, and only
took'up arms when , forced to do so by
the,Northito protect southern rights..
This certainly: caps , the climax of rebel
= A number of prominent citizens of
Nei; York, chiefly merchants and bank
ers, have purchased a magnificent car
riage, ivith'hbrses and harness to match,
for presentation to President Johnson.
—The new military establishment of
the United States will be an army of
about one hundred and fifty thousand
men, divided into four corps ; one" of
regulars, one' of white volunteers, and
—The Washington Intelligeneer on'
miedrie.sday, says the Government his
thirty i threo,millions of gold on hand.
It is known that, the Government is
prepaied to pay the coin interest due in
One of onrprominent,Philadelphia
clergymen, in his sermon on Sunday,
said : look upon
. patriot at the
theatre as better than a ! secessionist at
a prayermeeting." • •
' A Mrs. Crandall, of La Sear, Min
nesota, a soldier's widow, was lately se
duced by a fellow who boasted of his es.;
ploit. Hid victim heard of it, and shot
him dead. -
Drunkenness in Oil City is becom
ing very frequent, and, we are sorry to
state, it is constatitly,sm Cie increase.
Sergeant .Corbett, the man , who
kith:4l'l3o°th,- writes , from Washington
that , hislife .has-been -threatened; •
teen banks, with. 6" aggieglite paid-up
capital of $8,524,700.
NATIONAL DEBTS AND U. S. STOCKS.-
The creation of national debts is not a
modern improvement, but the ability o f
a great nation to provide for a great
debt, and to make it the most conveni
ent and best fOrmlof personal property,
is a modern wonder. The debt of Great
Britain was begun by raising a million
sterling by loan in 1692, and when her
great contest with Louis XIV was ter
minated, the debt had reached fifty mil
lions.:Many statesmen and economists
were then alarmed at the great burden
which had been imposed upon the indus
try of the country, but when the war of
the Austrian succession had swelled this
amount to - eighty' millions, Macaiiley
- says , that Ilistorians and orators pro
nounced the , case to be desperate. But
when war again broke out, and the na
tional debt ,was rapidly carried ,up to
one hundred and forty; millions, men of
theory and business both pronounced
that the, fatal day ha& certainly; arrived.
David Hume said that, : although, by
taxing its energies to the l ,utmoet„ the
country might.poesibly live r through, 'it,
the experiment n3ust, never, be repeated,.
—even a small increase might be; fatal..
Granville said the nation ingst, sink tin,
der, it unless.some ,portion .of the load
was born by the American Celoplee,
and the attempt,to impose this load.pro
duced the mar of : the revolution, and in
stead of dimirtishing,, added another
hundred millions to,the burden. Again,
says Macauley, was England , given, over,
but again she was more prosperous than,
ever before. <But when at the close of
her Napoleonic wars in 1816, this debt
had been swelled up to the 'enormous
sum of over eight hundred millions ster
ling, or four thousand three .hundred
million dollars, or nearly one-half the
entire property of the United Kingdom,
the• stoutest heart, the firmest bpliever,
in;national progress, and national de-.
velopement, might well have been ap
palled. But in the very' face of this
mountain of obligation,—to say nothing
of her vast colonial passessions,—the
property of the British nation has been
more than trebled, and her debt is now
a charge of but 1211- per cent. against , it.
All that Great Britain has done in pay
ing her debt, we shall do, and more,
with ours. We have vast territories un
touched by the plow, mines of all pre
cious metals of which we have hardly
opened the doors, a population, full of
life, energy, enterprise and industry, and
the accumulated wealth of money and.
labor of the old countries pouring into
the lap of our giant and ever-to-be-ui3i
ted republic. During the, fiercest and
most exhausting of all possible wars, we.
have demonstrated our national strength,
—and all the . world over, national
strength is but another name for nation
al credit. "As good as United Stocks"
will soon be synonymous the world over
with "as good as .British Consols."
or our part, we think a U. S. Treasury
I ote, bearing seven and three tenths an
; ual interest, is just as much better than
tt ritish Consols as the rate of interest is
.igher. Some of onr : timid brethren,
, ho shipped their gold to Loudon , and
invested in consols, are now , glad to sell
out and invest at home at a round loss,
—and serves them , right.
Egg-John Devlin, James Devlin,
James Cahill, Jacob Weibel, Michael
Dalton, W. C. Holmes, Englebart &
Botts, W. H. Roll, and several other
well known bounty brokers, have been
tried in - Washington and sentenced to
the Clinton penitentiary for terms vary
ing from five to fourteen years. In this.
penitentiary they, are confined half a
mile :under the surface of the earth, and
are there irept at work• in an iron mine.
In,St. Louis, the other day, the
relatives and friends or a young lady
who had ,died at. a distant water-cure
establishment, and whose remains. had
been forwarded by . . express, assembled
to take a parting view of the counte
nance of the dear,deceased, when, upon
opening the coffin, the face of a man,
met their astonished gaze. The express
man bad blundered; and ,the body of the
young lady had gone to Chicago.
4 Pennsylvania would not allow th:
government to defray the expenses in
curred while transportingthe President's
remains through the State. Gov. Cur
tin maintained that,we . could atleast do ;
so much to show our respect and love,
for our departed chief, and the whole
expense was paid , by, the State Treasury.
atar The old sign • of the Libby Prison,
Richmond, has been brought to New
York.. It is a plain, unornaraented
board, and bears the- inscription i "L.
Libby & Son, Ship Chandlers." What
use is to be 'paile of this . relic is not:
Or The Viceroy of;Egypt is in a state
of nervous depression, which excites the
gravest apprehensions. He is afraid of
assassination or poisoning. He sees
Knreery any one but mother and sis
ter. His mother cooks for him, 'and
brings his coffee in a locked coffee pot.
Or Out of eight thousand, .rank and
file, prisoners of war confined last week
in Fort Delaware, but three men declin
ed to renew their allegiance to the ITni
Pittirlimri9o OAD9u:94lO= -
1y ran away with the wife of a- dooor.
They were found at New York.
"csbc @ktort in a Nut— ..b2.11
The htt,,blitl4 . urs hav,t effirrnpnced
the rn (mon of a fine builciistr 1. , . used
ss a i)eruianent 'Soldiers' Howe." Its
cost will be about $12,000.
The conductors on the Pennsylvania
Railroad, who have been heretofore run
ning over the entire distance between
Philadelphia and Pittsburg, will hereaf
ter only run the length of one division
of the road.
General Connor, commanding in Utah,
celebratedtbe inauguration of President
Lincoln with great parade on the 4th of
March. Brigham Young was obliging
enough to 'offer to' loan him his taber
nacle, as it looked like rain. -
The chef de la boucheAt Abe Tuilleries
is dead. The duty of this'official was to
taste every article of food before brought
to e imperial table.
When the Lincoln family remove to
Chicago, Captain Robert Lincoln will
es,tablish himself as" ‘ a lawyer there. ‘,
The, .B,tnyvesant -pear tree, New
York eity,,is in.full blossom for the two
handred and twentieth season.
The milkmen of EYracuse, New York;
havn'initonisbed the city 'by voluntarily
recliwing the price of milk to six cents a
Among a party of emigrants recently
arriving at New London was an Irish
couple. with twenty-three children.
Among the passengers in the Fulton
from New York, for Hilton Head, S. C.,
was Associate Justice Wayne, of the
United States Supreme , Court, who re
turns to:his home in Savannah, for the
first time in four years.
The Presbyterian Theological Semi
nary at Colunibia, S. of which the
late Dr. Thornweil was the shining light,
and of which Dr. Palmer, hardly less
able and equally rebellidus, has recent
ly been chief professor, is in a bad •way:
W. P. Powell, a colored man, has
been appointed notary public by the
Governor of New - York, and on Wed
nesday took the oath of office. He is
the first colored man who has occupied
such a position in that city.
Four years ago Oil City numbered
one hundred inhabitants; now it con
tains above 1,000.
Three men and one woman have been
arrested - 'for wilful . defacement of the
tombstones and gravestones in' Wobarn
Horace Greely contributed a love
story to the last number of the Leader.
This may be taken as a sign of the times.
The reality of the war is about over now,
and so Mr. Greeley has taken to ro-
DEKc w o.
*Er The great clock that stands on
the alk. in front of the Fifth Avenue
Hotel, New York, and which has not
stopped since the building was erected,
is now motionless, and' the hands
cate 22 minutes past 7—the point of
time when Mr. Lincoln died. ,
New two-dollar counterfeit bills on
he Farmers' Bank of Lancaster are in
The gross earnings of the Pennsylva
nia Central `Railroad for the past year
were $14,759,066, and the expenses $lO,-
093,949, leaving a balance of over four
Colonel Thomas A. Scott, Assistant
Secretary of War under Mr. Cameron,
and Vice President of the Pennsylvania
Central Railroad, was married, at Pitts
burg, to Miss Riddle, on the evening of
the 18th ultimo.
A barber ba 'Savannah has used up
over $lOO,OOO of confederate notes for
lather paper. •
A self-canceling postage stamp is re
corded among the latest inventions. It
is put upon the :letter., face downward,
and leaves an impression, but is destroy
ed in removing. The Department at.
Washington is testing and may probably
ado i t it.
oath's diary mentions everything
at occurred .from the time that he fired
e fatal shot until his capture. _He
gives the names of the parties who har
bored him and of those who refused to
do so; the latter of whom he had marked
for hi's vengeance.
On Sunday rnortaing the Congregation
al Church at South Dartmouth, Mass.,
keinifound destitute of mourning, the
dies quietly removed their black veils,.
d with them made festoons for the
l alpit, having previously covered it with
' A man in Cleveland has built a house
of iron, and air and water tight, filled
with sawdust between double walls, and
ice in-the 'garret, in which he preserVes
fruit, vegetables, butter, oysters, and-all
other kinds of food from one year's end
to• the other.
Nearly three hundred millions of our
5-20 bonds, or over half the whole issue,
are now owned in Enrupe, mostly in
Holland and Germany. ,
The. New York policemen are to have
a uew uniform, made of blue • flannel.
It;is , prophecied that the coming sum
mer 'wilt , tie dieqinttest in-ten ,years..
John' C. Fi4l - iiob iktight` - tt
country Sea lit 'Tarry townr.N.` Y. • '
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To all who desire it, he will send a copy of
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Parties wishing the prescription.will please
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Williamsbutg, Kings co. N.Y'
editor` of "The Alariettian."
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r MAY 10, 1865.
The Directors have, this day, declared a div
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clear of taxes, payable on demand.
A %IOS BOIVMAN, Cashier.,
SU,BSCRIPTIONS received for all the late
in Periodicals of the day
At The Golden'Mortar.
ROGEWS Celebrated Pearl Cement and
Oil Paste Blacking at •
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CHOICE, ,HAVANA SEGARS„and the
best Chewing and Smoking Tobacco at
ALARGE stock of ' Paper and Envelopes
'orthe.beAt quality just ree.eined and . .for
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LarS'PerkAticsthDrops, and Clgrk?s:Fe 7:
at) The Golden Mortar.
rrRAINS of this road run by Read; , ,,
1 Road time, which is ten micas,,
than that of Pennsylvania hailrJad.
TRA INS OR TII IS ROAD RUN AS roLlow
LEA FE COLUMBIA AT
A. M.—WAY FREIGHT a 1
Passenger train fur
intermediate stations, lea: ing, LankhawiT
5 45 a. m., Manheim at 6 20 ; Litiz;
Ephrata at 5 12 ; Reinholdsville at s 5.5; ,
reaching sinking Springs at 9 45 A. M.
passengers holding through urkets i w S.
York only are transfered to the Past
reaching New York at 2 o'clock, P. 31.:
passengers remain in the train and reach k
ding at 10 30 A. M., in time to connect w
trains for Philadelphia, Pottsville, New 1' -
and the Lebanon Valley.
c a P. A IL PASSE N;;::,
Train for Reading aad intenae
ate stations, connecting at Landisville at ~ •
p. m., with train of Penn',a. It. It., for t,
West, leaving Man heim at 3 21 ; Litiz at
Ephrata at 4 OS, Reinholdsvill at 4 35,
ing Springs at 5 03 and arriving at Read,lJ. : ,
.5 20 p.
LEAVE READING AT
6 00 PASBENGER
: for Columbia and intermediate
lions, leaving Sinking Springs at 6 16 ; Ito
hoidsville at 6 44, Ephrata at 7 11, l A t z
7 40, Manheim at 7 56, making close e3n4
tion at Landisville at S 20 a. m., with
of Penn , a 8.. it., for Lancaster, and also vita
trains for the west. At Columbia, connectil
with train of Penn's. R. 8.., for Upper M
rietta, Middletown, and Harrisburg, also pr
the Ferry for Wrightsville with trains 0
Northern Central 8.. 1t., 2 tor Baltimore
Washingt - m, arriving . at Colgmbia at S 53 a,
IA P. M.—WAY P . FI EIGHT
2:01J and Passenger Train for COLU.II
- and intermediate, stittions with pasv).ze rs
from Nlw York,.. Philadelphia and Por.ivlli t ,
same day, lea.ving . Siniting, Springs at IA
Reinholdsvilie at 3 30, 'Ephrata at 4 38, 1.1 , 2
at 5 40, Man heim at,6 13, Landisville, at 652,
and arriving at Cclurnl 4 ii at .7 50 p. m.
Further information with regard to Freid,
or Passengers, may be obtained from
Agents of the Compaoy.
•MENDES COHEN, Superintendent•
W. J. PURCELL, General Ticket Agent.
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ty- and durability to anY others. They will he
sent by mail, FREE, On ret.eipt of price.
ALBUMS MADE To ORDER.Z,
Our Catalogue now embraces over FIVE
THOUSAND different subjects, (to which ad.
ditions are constantly being made) of Por-
traits of Eminent Americans, Sm., about
100 Major Generals, 550 Statesmen,
200 13rig.-Generals, 130 Divines,
275 Colonels, 125 Autors,
100 Lieut—Colonels, 40 Artists,
250 other Officers, .125 Stage,
255 Navy °Meets, • 50 Promi'ent Womet,
150 Prominent Foreign Portraits.
3,000 Copies of Works of Art,
including reproductions of the most celebratpl
Engravings. Paintings, Statues, &c. Cats
log,vies sent on receipt of stamp. An order
one dozen Pictures from our Catalogue on] it
filled on receipt of $1:80, and sent mail, FREE.
Photographers and others ordering goods
0. D. will please remit 25 per cent. of lite
amount with their order.
E. & li. T. ANTHONY &
MANUFACTURERS OF PHOTOGRAPHIC
MaTERIALS, 501 BROADWAY, N. }•
prices and quality of our goads caa
not jail to satisfy. ,•
FISH'S LIMP HEATING APPARATUS.
Iv IT H THE VIA HE THAT LIGHTS TH F. ROOM
* • • By the Lame of a common lamp.
at the cost of a cent's mrorth of oil, a very
comfortable breakfast can be cooked.
—.Y. Y. Tribune.
• * * Simple in construction, easily kept
in order, ready for use in a moment • *
convenient to have on hand. * • RV
* * Fish's Lamp is one of the rno , t
popular novelties of the day, * * tine
utility of it is unquestionable, a great saving
is made in heating and cooking small articles,
and can be 'made to cook, meals for a great
many persons, which is actually done on the
ambulance cars which carry the sick soldiers.
* * Scientific. American.
* • * For family use, hospital tent, bar
rack, picnics, fishing, nursery, or sick TOM,
it is an article of colafort beyond all propsi•
tion to its cost. * * Hall's Journal of ReaN:
* * * I have tried the apparatus, aa:
my wife and
.I proclaim the same a most valu
able arid indiSpensabre article, and we nor
wonder hoW•we-could have so long done with
out it. • * Ed. Coal.Oit Circular.
* * • • economical contrivance for
getting up heat at short notice for nursery an
general •household purposes, * * t one
important-point is the saving in cost over COl
fires. * * * N. Y. Evening Post
Prices from Two toSiz-Dollars
Capactiy from One to Four Quarts.
Three Articles Cooked at one time with one
Arranged for Kerosene or Coal Oil, or Gas ,
A Descriptive Pamphlet 6U/thirty popes f ur
THE UNION ATTACHMENT,
Price 50 Cents,
To be attached to a Common. Kerosene LBW
or Gas Burner, by which water may be boiled,
and food cooked also arranged to support 5
shade. Every Family needs one.
WM. D. RUSSELL. Agent.
No. 206, -Pearl St:i New Yore•
Agents Wanted: • .
lc?' Two of these Heating Lamps can pe
seen at John Spangler's' Ilirdware.
JACOB A. WISNER'S
TOBACGO, EIGAR & SWIIFF STO ,
Opposite , the' Cross _Keys Hotel,
TEE undersigned would rospectfully infore
the public that he still continues, at the
old stand, corner of Second and Walnut streeu ,
directly opposite the Cross Keys Hotel, to keeP
on hand 'and foiciale, all kinds of cigars frO
Half Spanish up, in prices from $6, $7 s2o tp
$BO per thousand. Tonacco.Natural Lest
Excelsior Cavendish,' Oranciko Virginia, Con
gress Fine Spun Ladies 'Twist, Coarse Spurt
Twist, Eldorado, Jewel of Ophir tobacco, -k?"
derson's best Fine-cut. All kinds of fate LI"
gars manufactured of imported stock.
HALF SPANISFI. Rap'pee Snuff and BB
Fancy P Smoking Tobacco. Scented suoll,,
Fnie-cut, Pipes, Cigar Tan, &c.
DR. Echterna,ch's Army Lotion, an infa!!!
ble rernedY'for 'Saddle Galls, Open Soto' ,
and diseases of the. skin,.
AT THE GOLDEN MORT2O.
Q .. T. CR= AND NEW h:NGLAND 011
0 for culinary purposes' warranted genuP'"
" S. D. Benl.nnein.