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F, L. Baker, Editor,
Oatu.scLact, ,June 24, 7864.
illar Some financial difficulties were
experienced lately in the way of build
ing a church for the colored Methodists
in Louisville, Ky., and the matter was
under discussion at a church meeting,
when an ebon-lined brother got up and
said he would head the subscription list
with $4,000 cash, or, if that would not
be satisfactory, he would build the
church, sixty-five by ninety feet, from
foundation to dome, and do all the brick
and carpenter work, if the other breth
ren would lath and plaster it, and put
on the finishing touches. • The liberal
African is a barber, and was formerly a
fir The Boston Traveller says that a
miller's dog having broken his chain, he
ordered his maid to tie him. She was
attacked and bitten. On hearing her
cries, the miller .and hie people, ran to
her assistance. "Keep, off !" said she,
"the dog , is mad. lam already bitten,
and must chain him up alone." Not.
withstanding his biting, she did not let
him go, but chained him, and then retir
ed to her chamber, and with the noblest
resignation prepared herself to die.
Hydrophobia soon broke out, and , she
died iu.a few days.
of There are at least two classes of
colored men from Whom the right of suf
frage cannot be permanently withheld—
those who are educated 'an d useful citi
zens, and those who have helped to
fight the battles of the Union. Men
who hurl bullets at the enemies of the
Republic should have the privilege of
casting ballots for its preservation ; and
men who •by their mental training and
mbral conduct prove their capacity for a
wise exercise of the rights of citizenship,
should be permitted to enjoy them.
lar,The Comptroller of the Currency
has decided not to issue a certificate of
authority, to •commence business to any
national bank converted from a State
bank while the circulation of the State
bank exceeds the amount allowed for, a
national bank of the same capital, deem- .
ing the State bank circulation to be, af
ter conversion, the circulation of the
national bank, since the latter is, in all
respects,, responsible for it, and bound
to redeem it.
or A report was current in Richinond
that Mr/ A. T. Stewart, the wealthy
merchant of New York, had determined
to erect a block of substantial Store
houses in the burnt district of the city,
provided he can make arrangements with
the owners 'of the land. He does not
propose' to purchase the sites, but to
take .a lien upon them, and to retain
control of the edifices, when erected, un
til he reimburses himself from the rent.
al of the improved pioperty.'
sir Mary Jane White and Mary Ann
Thornton, matron and assistant at the
Chicago peet-fionse, have been arrested,
charged with the murder of a patient,
Wm.. Brownell. Brownell, suffering
from a mild type of small-pox, was taken
to the pest-honse and died there. He
had 82,500 with him, which, after his
death, was missing, as well as some jew
elryfie,bad on •hie person. It is alleged
the women murdered him to get the
dr The work of interring the Union
ant rebel dead on the field of Chancel-
lorsville is progressing actively. Head
boards are being erected over each grave.
Captain, J., M.:Moore, of, Washington,
has charge ef the matter,
sr Old Edmund Ruffin, the old rep
robate, aged 0ver79; 1 3 / 4 Who boasted of
barinifired: the W a on Bn9pter,
eommitted ilm few days since, by
SrThe wife 'of 'Secretary Seward
died stew days since, •in WashingtOn.
Her remains are to be taken, ter inter
ment, to-day, to Auburn, N. Y.
fir Mrs. Surratt has been ill for sev
eral days, and does not come t 6 the court
room. ger daughter is now allowed to
remain with ter.
sr The Young Men's Christian As.
sociatlep have concluded definitely to
purchase Ford's . Theatre. The sum to
be paid is $lOO,OOO.
611'R Ho oter, Vice Preeident
Stevens and Gendral Lee 'are all now
petitioning President;Ahneon for par.
se' 'Lewis Payne Powell, the assassin,
is a son of Rev. George C. Powell, Bap
tist preadher; now living in Florida.
The Union League of Delaware
county has decided to dissolve and givet
its surplus funds to the,poor.
r There is to I)e , u? more lager in
l'ittabarg cold ciri;Stihday.
A GOOD SELECTION.-A. caucus of the
Kentucky Legislature has nominated
Major General Lowell H. Rousseau as
a candidate for the United States Sen
atorship from that State. This is a de
served compliment to one of Kentucky's
most brilliant statesmen and gallant
soldiers. Gen. Rousseau, at a time
when most men would have quailed be
fore the tide of secession which was rol
ling over the State, stood manfully by
the old flag—organized a command of
loyal Kentuckians, and went into the
thickest of the fight and distinguished
himself on many bloody fields. He has
been in the war from the beginning, and
has done more perhaps to redeem his
state from the pernicious doctrines of
secession than any man in it. And no
one to-day is more popular with the loy
al people of Kentucky than Gen.
"One blast upon his bugle-horn is worth
a thousand men." We hope the Legis
lature will show its wisdOm by sending
Min to the Senate by a unanimous vote.
The Cabinet Organs manufactur
ed'by Messrs. litason & Hamlin are be
coming great favbritee in the household.
Their compactriess, delicacy of tone.
and elegant construction, make them
very desirable as ornaments, as well as
attractive for their musical capabilities.
They are different in many respects
from other instruments of this class, and
the manufacturers have availed them
selves of the highest skill in workman
ship, and' the best materials to bring
them to perfection.—Boston Post.
ar A relic from Richmond is now in
Boston—a bust of Jefferson Davis, bear
ing on the, front of the base the name of
"J. Davis, and on the back the inscrip
tion, "Carved from , memory by a Mexi
can soldier captured by Colonel Davis,
Buena. Vista.- This relic was found on
a mantelpiece in the mansion lately oc-'
copied by Jefferson Davis, and at the
present time occupies a conspicuous po
sition,.wrapped up in a small confeder
ate flag, suspended by the neck.
Or It is proposed to erect a magni
scent bridge over the Potomac at
Washington, as a monument to the late
President. It is to be called the "Lin
coln bridge," and a colossal statue of
Mr. Lincoln will be placed in the centre,
or at one end of the structure.
Or The man, who a year ago, offered
to be one of a party who would pay one,
million dollars for the murder of Presi
dent Lincoln, has been arrested by some
of General Canby's men, and is on his
way to Washington.
•W Hon. Thomas Connoly, member
of Parliament for Donegal, Ireland, has
tendered to General Lea- a home for
himself and, family in any part of Great
Britain he : may seiect. The offer- has
been declined. •
sr One night - last week a mob of
about five hundred men broke into the
county jail at Quincy, 111. , seized a
wounded bushwhacker, named Rose, and
hurried him to the outskirts of the town
where he was put to death by hangings
The argument of Reverdy John
son, counsel for dire. Surratt, was read
before the Military Commission at Wash
ington, on Monday. The principal
ground taken is the non jurisdictionof
the Court to try the case.
er A. riot occurred on Saturday in
Washington. It began by the lawless
conduct otnertain discharged soldiers
who undertook to destroy a few houses
of ill fame and plunder the inmates.
Air A. gentleman, while walking in
the Arcot at Des .Moines, lowa, during
a - thunderstorm the other evening, had
one of his eyes completely destroyed by
lightning, without other injury,
Gir A woman appeared on the streets
in Cleieland the other day, drawing in
a small wagon the emaciated form of her
husband. He had been rendered total.
ly helpless by rheumatism.
g• The corner atone of.the Sohiiers
Monument iR tlo Gettysburg Cemetery,'
will be liLid on the Fourth of July. An
oration will be delivered by General
ear Mrs. Patterson; (President John,.
son's daughter,) who is to be presiding
lady at the Executive mansion, mill take.
charge of it next week,
gir Mrs. Gen. Roger A. Pryor cornea
up regularly to our commissary at Pe
tersburg to draw the rations designated
for the poor of the city.
ar A. female smuggler caught at Ni
agara had canoes, cigar-cases, moccasins,
card-cases, whisky, and "imall stotea",',
in her crinoline.
gir A woman eighty ye i:: Ail Vis in
the Rhode Island State'' , _ pois
dning two husbands. t-
. fir Latta numbers'Of persons still
daily visit the tomb of President Lin
coln, at Springfield.
The'latest story about, the assas
sin,!-Payne, is that he is a illegitimate
eon of Jeff. Davis.
skr It is stated that Gen. I_Jee denies
that he drawn United States retinue.
LelPhe confiscation - Of rebel :property
Vlje Morlb is a Nut-..%bt11
Hair is now cut by means of a shear
ing machine in London.
Prescott, the London banker, who
committed suicide in a warm bath, left
The scheme for a passenger-railroad
in Harrisburg is receiving great atten
• The police arrested a somnambulist
in the streets of London who had walk
ed three miles in his night shirt.
A Russian lady recently presented to
the Pope a pair of slippers, in which
were placed 160,000 f. in bank notes.
The loss at the great fire at Nashville
is now stated at $1,250,000, instead of
six to eight millions. The fire was a
Payne, the man whe attempted Sec
retary Seward's life, has.been recognized
as Richard Lee, son of the rebel admir
al Lee, and nephew of Gen.. Lee.
A young lady named Maggie Elliot,
in Newark, Ohio, swallowed a thimble
recently, aad died in fifteen minutes in
The witness Conover, whose disap
pearance was noticed among out news
items last week, turned up in New York
on Monday last.
The New York Independent intimates
that asubscription paper, passing around
in that city in behalf of General Lee,
already has some $60,000 on it.
Col. Gayley, who is charged with of
fering a million dollars reward for the
assassination Of President Lincoln, is at.
Fortress Monroe a prisoner.
Major A. H. Seward, Paymaster, U.
S. A. has been appointed Lieutenant
Colonel by brevet for faithful and meri
torious services during the war. Major
S., is a son of the Seeeetary of State.
Victor Emmanuel has left the Pitti
palace in Florence, and resides a little
way out of the city with a lady with
whom, it is said, he has contracted a
A soldier's widow in Muncy became
so depressed In consequence of the re
turning home of the soldiers, that she
committed suicide by drowning herself
in a well.
A man by the name of Leslie is about
to repeat Blondin's performance of
crossing Niagara Falls on a tight-rope,
proposing to take a wheelbarrow with
A sword, costing even hundred and
fifty dollars, has been purchased by the
freedmen at Fortress Monroe for pre
sentation to Gen. Butler, in token of
services rendered them while in com
mand, id that Department.
A girl, fourteen years old, and her
brother, aged twelve, were found mur
dered in the woods near Roxbury, Mass.,
on Sunday. The girl had been -previ
ously outraged. The children had been
missing a week.
The wife of Gen. John O. Brecken
ridge, the self-exiled traitor, arrived in
Cincinnati,. on Friday, from Washing
ton, by permission of President John
son, on her way to visit her relatives in
Since the Federal occupation of Nash
ville the government undertaker has
buried 1363 Federal soldiers and employ
ees, 8000 rebel soldiers, and 10,000 con
trabands and refugees. The bodies of
5000 officers and soldiers have been em
balmed and sent home.
It is stated that the Ford theatre pro
perty has been disposed-of to an asso
ciation of Congregationalists, and .that
it will be speedily converted into a
place of worship, with as little altera
tions as possible.- Henry Ward Beech
er conducted the purchase and conver
Rosa Sehiller,.aged twelve and a half
years, daughter of Joseph Schiller, of
Hartford, died on the 11th inst., from
the effects of "jumping , rope." It is
said she jumped over five hundred times
VithOut cessation. This is the 'second
case of death from the same cause in
that city within a few weeks.
The sad• news is received from New
Zealand that the Pai Marini, fanatics
have visited Opatiki, hung and beheaded
the Rev. M. Volkner, abandoned by and
vainly calling upon his flock for aid.
They scooped out and, ate his brains.—
fanatie'priest ate his eyes. M.' Volk
ner died calmly, praying,
Twenty thousand Poles,•it is said, are
coming to the Uniked.States. The Poles
are-an agricultural people, and to the
Southern States they would be ,a valu
able acquisition at this time. As to
'their disposition, a delegation . of Poles
hate had an interview, with the Presi
dent, and it is believed that their desti
nation will be Virginia. •
The- "Hermitage,"' the MM.
place of General jackson, is in a very
dilapidated condition. It was purchas
ed by the State of
-Tennessee. : in 1806
for $48,000. Mrs. A. Jackson ; widow_
Of the late proprietor, has appealed to
President Johnson for a permanent
home Utothe Ilermitagg. The President
referred' her : application to Governor'
Latter.bozes are to be placed: In
the street cam .in
,pSte Loaf& ;
Gen. Ord, commanding at Rich
mond, has issued the following order :
"A sufficient time having elapsed since
the surrender of the forces late in the
rebellion with the United States for all
who were of such forces to procure oth
er apparel than their uniform, it is here
by ordered that no person after June
15th, 1865, appear in public in this de
partment wearing any insigne of rank or
military or naval service worn by officers
or men of the late rebel army. Where
plain buttons cannot be procured those
formerly used can be covered with cloth.
Any person violating this order will be
liable to arrest.
A house advertised for rent in
Louisville remained for some time with
out a tenant. A few days ago a furni
ture car drove up, and in an hour things
were arranged, and a negro family at
borne there. The landlord was natural
ly surprised, as he had not rented the
house. The colored party had rented
it of a fellow who represented himself as
the owner, and who had taken twenty
dollars a month in advance of his color
ed friends--a rent half lower than the
real landlord asked.
-- Among the petitions received by
the President, on Friday last, asking a
special pardon, is that of Robert E. Lee,
late commander of the rebel forces, and
that of Alexander H. Stephens, Vice-
President of the late Confederacy. Mr.
Stephens enters at length into an apolo
gy or vindication of the action he has
taken. Acknowledges that the question
of secession has been decided forever,
and he slesires hereafter to he and to be
considered a good and loyal citizen of
the United States.
A delegation of prominent Demo
crats have waited on the President, and
had a pleasant interview. The Presi
dent told them that he intended to ad
minister the.G-overnment for the whole
people and not for any party. This he
undoubtedly will do, as he.onght to do,
and not like Buchanan, and other Pres
idents of like kidney for the special ben
efit of the South, which directly led to
secession and rebellion.
--- All honorably discharged soldiers
have been granted the privilege' of re
taining their arms at the following low
rates; Muskets of all kinds, with or
without accoutrements, $6 ; Spencer
carbines, with or without accoutrements,
$lO ; all other carbines and revolvers,
$8 ; sabres and swords', with or without
The rebel Dick Taylor, on being
asked whether the Trans• Mississippi ar
my ought to be surrendered, quickly re
plied, "Yes, surrender as Boon asNpussi
ble. You are only sitting up with a
corpse. I sat up with it until it was
blue, and if you delay much longer it
will become too • offensive for decent
"The recent pleasant event chron
icled in .our European dispatches, it is
said, was somewhat unexpected, the
Princess of Wales having attended a
concert on the previous evening." The
pleasant event, so delicately alluded to
by the London Court Journal was the
accouchem . ent of the princess,
There are two European crowned
heads in search of wives—one aged nine
ty, the other twenty.. The possessor of
one of these is the Bavarian King, and
it is said that King George, of Greece,
has laid his heart and crown at the feet
of a fair Grecian of ancient lineage and
. The Government has received doc
umentary proofs incontrovertible of the
guilt of Jeff. Davis in the matter of hu
man and most brutal treatment of Union
prisoners. When disclosed to the pub
lic as the facts will be in a few days,
they will astound the civilized world.
The representatives of a large em
igration society in Scotland are at Wash
ington. They propose to send emigrants
with sufficient capital into the Southern
Stites, if sufficient inducements are held
Secretary Seward's health contin
ues to improve. He now regularly at
tends to business, and converses cheer
fully with his friends, though his jaw is
still supp orted by an iron framework.
-- A boy, sixteen years of age, has
been brought up at one of the London
police courts, and bound over to keep
the peace, for assaulting his wife. The
lad was married about nine months.
Attorney-General Speed is as yet
ignorant of the place selected for the
trial olJeff. Davis, but inclines to the
opinion that he will be tried before
Judge Chase in Baltimore.
-- The seven engravers of rebel mon
ey who were tried,by court martial, have
been released from the Old Capitol,.and
ordered to leave the country.
--.'Thil:official report of Grant's losses
since taking command of the Army of
the Potemae in May, 1864, foot up 99,-
Messrs. Charles O'Connor, Jerome
Buck, and . Sterne Chittenden have been
retained 'as ionnsel for Jefferson Davis.
-- The property of John Slidell, in
Newprleans, was eqld,under the coals..
'cation laws on Jane• 7th..
The mortality at Andersonviile
during the year ending February limit' is
Ous. Forunn ARMY.—The total
strength of the future standing army of
this country will be nearly as follows :
Regular infantry, 45,600 ; regular caval
ry, 14,400; regular artillery, 12,000 ; col
ored troops, 50,000; Hancock's corps,
30,000; Veteran Reserve (Jorps,2B,ooo;
total, 177,000 men. Of course this will
only continue until things shall be per
manently settled down, and our relations
abroad are entirely free from all chance
of disruption. We should suppose, how
ever, the future army will never be less
A young woman named Alena
Shultz, living in lowa, recently poisoned
herself. her father had frequently
beaten her to oblige her to marry a
young man of worthless principles, and
she declared that she preferred death by
poison to an involuntary marriage.
gir Constance Kent, the murderess,
is reported to be a niece of Queen Vic
toria, her father being an illegitimate
eon of the late Duke of Kent.
The latest mechanical novelty
abroad is the erection of a large steam
engine for the manufacture of teeth.
Geese, dull as they are, 'imitate
men. Notice that if one of the flock
drinks, the rest follok
The Portland City Council are
contemplating an ordinance to regulate
the price of bread.
The Minnesota: people will ' ask
their next Legislature to let the women
• Fifty one divorce cases are on the
docket at the present term of the Com
mon Pleas Court of Marion county, Ind.
The report of tile death of Dan
Rice, the showman, filial the effects of
poison, is contradicted.
It is Bald that the Old Capitol pri
son, at Washington, is to be sold by
auction next week.
In a game of card; a good deal de
pends on good playing, and good playing
on a good deal.
The Brooklyn ferry company want
to get rid of their pennies at a discount
SUPPLEE & BRO., car e
IRON AND BRASS
And General Machinists, Second street
Below tTnion, Columbia, Pa.
They are prepared to make all kinds of Iron
Castings for Rolling Mills and Blast Furnaces,
Pipes, for Steam, Water and Gas; Columns,
Fronts, Cellar Dams, Weights, for Buil
dings, and castings , of every description ;
STEAM ENGINES', AND BOILERS,
IN THE MOST MODERN AND IMPROVED
Pumps, Brick Presses, Shafting and
Pulleys, Mill Gearing, Taps, Dies, Machinery
for Mining and Tanning ; Brass Bearings,
Steam & Blast Gauges, Lubricators, Oil Cocks,
Valves for Steam, Gas, and Water; Brass Fit
tings in all their variety; Boilers, Tanks, Flues,
Heaters, Stacks, Bolts, Nuts, Vault Doors,
BLA CKSMITHING in GENERAL.
From long experience in building machinery wr
flatter ourselves that we can give geleral satis
faction to those who may favor us with their
orders. 113'Repairing promptly attended to.
Orders by mail addressed as above, will meet
with prompt attention. Prices to suit the times.
T. B. SUPPLEE.
Columbia, October 20, 1860. 19 tf
JACOB A WISNER'S
TOBACCO, MAR 4 SNUFF STORE,
Opposite' they Cross Keys Hold,
THE undersigned would rospectfully•infornt
the public that he still continues, at the
old stand, corner of Second and Walnu;streets,
directly opposite the Cross Keys Hotel,.to keep
on hand and flit sale, all kind's of cigars from
Half Spanish -up, in prices from $6, $7 $2O to
$BO per thousand. TonAcco.'---Natural Leaf,
Excelsior Cavendish, Oranoko. Virginia, Con
gress Fine Spun Ladies Twist, Coarse Spun
Twist, Eldorado, Jewel of Ophir tobacco, An
derson's best Fine-cut. All kinds of fine Ci
gars manufactured of imported stock. Sxxxs
HALF Rappee Snuff and all kinds
Fancy P Smoking Tobacco. Scented snuffs,
Fnie-cut, Pipes, Cigar Tubes. &c.
A LEXAN D ER LYNDSAY;
Boot and Shoe Manufacturer,
MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN.
Would most respectfully inform the citizens
of this Borough and neighborhood that he has
the largest assortment of "City Made work in
his line of business in this Borough, and be
ing's practical BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
himself,is enablea to select with more judgment
than those who are not. He continues to man
ufacture in the very best manner everything
in the BOOT AND SHOE LINE, which he
will warrant for neatness and good fit.
lar•Call and examine his stock before pur
JOHN. BELL. Merchant Tailor,
Cor. of Market-st., and Elbow Lane, Marietta
GRATEFUL for past favors I would.returr
my thanks to ray numerous friends and pa
trons and inform them that I still continue the
old business at the old stand, where I will be
pleased to see there at all times, and having a
full.and splendid assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSIMEREB & VESTIVGS,
which will be made i ,pp to order at the shortes
notice by the best of workmen, and on reasona
ble terms, I would be pleased, therefore, to wait
upon my old customers and all who see proper
to patronize' me hereafter. f 0ct.29-'56.
AN IMPROVED LANTERN.
Ting is the most desirable Lantern in the
market. 'lt burns Coal Oil without a
Chimney, emitting neither smoke nor smell.
It gives a
,pure white light.
It steads quick mot lons in any direction...
' The flame is:regulated from the outside.
It is neat and compact in form and size.
It is free from 'solder in the upper parts, and
is otherwise very substantial in its structure.
PRICE, ONE DOLLAR.
For'sale at JOHN SPANGLER'S
Hardware Store, on Market street._
CHAMPAGNE and other Table Wines
guarranteed to be pure, and sold as low as
can be boughtin Philadelphia or New-York,
H. D. BENJAMIN Picot Building.
ACHOICE Lot of Books for ch ildren
indistructable Pleasure Books
.; School and
Paper Books, Stationary, Penn, Pen 'bidders
&c., at LANDIS & TROUT.
TOB PRINT IN G of every deicriptionex
4)eeuted with neatness and 'dispatch at the
- office of The Mariettieri;'
W ILLIAM HALL & SON.
543 BROADWAY, NEW.I-44.
AGENTS FOll. THE. CELEBRATE},
New Patent Piano Fortes
Which are creating the greatest sensat:on
musical world. and have received the tt i :
est testimonials from all the leading r.
tists in the country, among who'll are
S. Thalberg, ~ Wm. Mason,
L. lii. Gottschalk, 'Francis H. Brown,
Wm. Henry Fry, Theodoie Eisfeld,
M. Strackosch, Max Maretzek,
- Herman A. Wollenhaupt.
Having purchased the Agency of George
Prince St Co's Melodeons, Automatic ind
School Organs, from their late Agent, Cherie,
E. Bacon, we will be pleased to receive order,
for those celebrated Instruments, and will at
ways endeavor to keep a sufficient suppiy
hand to fill all orders at sight. The most lib,
eral discounts given to the Trade, (hurdles,
Clergymen and Schools. AU instruments ic¢r.
rantedfor five years.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF
Flutes, Banjos, Violins, Guitar,
Violin Strings, Accordft,,,,, '
and all kinds of Brass and other Musical la,
struments for Bands.
PUBLISHERS OF SHEET MUSIC.
Just published, "The Venite," a new cat•
lection of Chants for the Episcopal Serrict,
opening and closing Vdluntaries, Musical St,
cieties, Classes, and for the Social Circle, b,
Virgil C. Taylor. Price r —Boards, 85 cent; ;
Cloth, One Dollar.
In press, and will soon be issued, Bassio l
twenty Melodic Exercises for the study of the
proper art of singing, by Carlo Bassist', with •
or of Bassini's Art of Singing.
AND PI ANO-FORTE CALISTHENICS,
a collection of Five Finger Chord• and Seek
passages, for speedily developing the musci t
of the fingers and acquiring that degree of flex.
ibility, independence and, volubility, ivh it
are so indispensable to a good performance ea
The Piano Forte, By Francis R. Brown,
Music sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of the
marked price. WILLIAM BALL ac Sox,
6m] 533• Broadway, New-York.
JACOB LI.I3IIART AIN
TITOULD 'most respectfully hie
"VV 'this method of informing the cit.
'sena of Marietta and the public io
general, that, having laid in a lot of
seasoned Lumber, is now prepared to
, manufacture all kinds of
in every style and ~variety, at short notice.
He has on hand a lot of Furniture of his own
manufacture, which - for4fine finish and good
workmanship, will rival any City make.
' Especial attention paid to repairing.
He is also now prepared to attend, in an is
branches, the UNDERTAKING business, 6
ing supplied with an excellent Herse, huge
and small Biers, Cooling Box, &c.
113- COFFINS finished iu any style—plain
or . costly : _
Ware Room and Manufactory, near MI
Duffy's new building, near the " Upper-Sta
lion," Marietta, Pa. [Oct. 22.
Iderehant Tailor, and Clothier,
At F. J. Kramph's.Old Stand, on the Car
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
rt It AT E F U L to the Citizens of Marietta
Ur and vicinity, for the .liberal patronage
heretofere extended, the undersigned respect
fully solicits a continuance of thi same; as
suring them, that under all circumstances, no
efforts will be sparedin rendering a satisfactory
equivalent for every act of confidence reposed.
CLOTH'S, CASSIIIIEREa A N D VESTINGS, Mid
such other seasonable material as fashion and
the market furnishes, constantly kept on band
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or style Any suggest.
A LSO,—REA Y-MA DE CLOTHIMI,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goonds
and such articles as usually. belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
)\-I\=—,l FINES & 'LIQUORS.
El. D. BENJAMIN, ,
WINES & LIQUORS,
Picot Building. Xarietta, Pa.
BEGS leave to inform the public that he
will continue the WINE & LIQUOR busi
ness, in all . its branches. Ile *ill constantly
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch
Justly Celebrated Rose Whisky,
ALWAYS ON HAND,
A very superior OLD RYE WHISKEY
ust receivedovbich is warranted •pore.
' All H. D. B. now asks .of the public
is a careful examination of his stock and pri
ces, whith will, he is.confident, result in Ho
tel keepers and others finding it to their ad
vantage to make their purchases from I ills.
ql7 feeJ-, a
.%tribintr anII Gnnbt2aluts.
WOULD most respectfully take this means of
informing . his friends and the public generally
that he has commenced the drawing of
and in fact everythink in the CorinvAucia'n
line. Having gratuitous intercourse with a
member of the.Lancaster,Bar , he will-be ens
bled to execute iegal i nstruments of writing
- I>Y Ile can be found '
af the office of " TUE
~SeniErrias,"—"Lindsdra Blllidingy ,
and floor) near the Post .Office corner, or at
his residence on Market street, half a square
west of the " Donegal Housty , Marietta.
Leases always on hand midget sale.
Estate of Cliarles* Kelly, late of the
Borough ; of Marietta, deceased.
Letters of administration on said estate hav
ing been granted to the undersigned, all per
sons indebted thereto are requested to make
immediate settlement, and those baying claims
or demands against the same WiN'present them
without delay for settlement to the*uudersie
ed, residingin the 'Borough of Marietta.
- JOHN AUXER,
Marietta, June 174865. 45.6 t
"Coming events east their Shadows Woe
of the Rebellion
is already fully `aiiticipated in the greet
decline of merchandise.
• Are now selling at
SPANGLES & RicH'S
At very, Featly reduced prices. And the
styles are•mucti• prettier than any the Mae&
facturera have, produced ;ince the begiangg
'of the war.
TTENTION SPORTSM EN
ey's Gun cape,Eley's Gun Warlds,
Dupont's Sporting and Glazed Duck Powder
Baltimore Shot; Shot Pouches, Powder FJ&
&c„ at JOHN SPANGLER'S.
It WEIL'S Celetnated ?e a rl
. C emen t snd
Oil Paste Blacking at
• "' THE GOLDEN !MORTAR.
4/1110ICE HAV4NA.SEG A RS, an d ths
LI- teat awning sn'd &Bilking Tobacco et