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MARIETTA. PA :
vaieLed.ay., ALI A . RI, 18'bJ.
A GREAT NATIONAL MOVEMNNT.—We
presume that every State in the Union,
every place of any note, and every or
ganization making any pretensions to
philanthropy, will be represented at the
Convention to be -held at Saratoga,
New York; on Tuesday next. This
Convention has been called to inaugur
ate a national organization to suppress
the traffic in intoxicating drink; and
from the standing and character of the
gentlemen engaged in it, we feel war
ranted in looking for something good,
ar The funeral procession of Abra
ham Lincoln in the length of its passage,
in the number of mourners, in solemnity,
depth and extent of grief, is said by
Americans to have surpassed all that
preceded it. The one that came• near
est to it in previous history was that of
Alexander the Great, whose body was
borne on a golden chariot from Babylon
in Asia to Alexandria in Egypt.
Sr Mrs. Brodhead, widow of the late
Lion. Richard Brodhead, of this State,
visited Washington, about ten days ago,
for the purpose of having an interview
with her uncle, Jefferson Davis, but ow
ing to the illness of President Johnson,
she was unable to have her wish grati
or A movement is on foot by colored
men to purchase the Charleston Mer
cury and publish it as an anti-slavery
journal- Some progress has been made
and money is being subscribed with a
good prospect of success. Progress in
a New England direction,
skr The fiendish keeper of the An
dersonville Prison is shortly to be pat
upon his trial for his inhuman conduct
towards our prisoners there. He will
be tried by court.martial, and it is said
the Government has strong evidence
car The vertebral neckbones of the
assassin John Wilkes Booth, which
were broken by the pistol bullet which
caused his death, are now on exhibition,
among other surgical curiosities of the
war, at the Army Medical Museum in
ar A large number of rebel officers
- have been released from Fort Warren
on parole. Among them are Major
Harry Gilmore and the pirate Lieuten
ant Reed. "Vice President" Stephens
and "PoitmasterGeneral" Reagan are
the only prisoners now; in the fort.
er About fifty thoueanddollars,worth
of defaced and worn oat currency is de
stroyed by the Government each day.
Its place is supplied with the new issue.
No more three-cent notes are to be is
sued ; and the five cent Wes are to be
ogir About twenty women of Eastman
ville, Mich., armed with switches, pro
ceeded to the house of one Taylor, one
night recently, and gave,. him , a lively
thrashing for maltreating his wife and
keeping a disreputable woman as a do
air David Cunningham, one of the
negroes who joined John Brown in his
famous raid into Virginia, died at Ro
chester, on Monday. He had lately
been a soldier's cook in that city. He
was a man of great physical strength.
ar Colonel L. 0. Baker . has been
made a Brigadier General for meritori
ous service as Special Provost Marshal
of the War Department for diligence in
pursuing the murderers of President
er The SecretaiY of , War .has order
ed the whisky ration to the troops to
be discontinued. The Commissary
General is ordered to sell the whisky on
air The. coroner's jury having sat on
the body of a young lady who had hung
herself in a fit of love frenzy, brought in
their verdict : "Died by a visitation of
or Gen. Logan bas issued another
important order. The whole of the gal
lant Army of the Tennessee is to be
mustered out of the service immediately.
EEO - They punish' people qUeerly in
China. For robbing a pedler, a person
was lately put into a mortar (cannon)
and fired against a stone wall.
Sir One orthe latest inventions for
which &We:id:has been taken out is
that of EthOind carpets by steam.
str The trotting horse Neal Dow died
Of a billions attack, and with him per
ished two thousaud!dollars.
Robert Treat Paine's house in
Taunton is being denioliehed.
HORRIBLY: MURDER:—We are inform-
ed that a horrible tragedy took place in
Madison county, about four miles from
London, last week, but our informant
could not give names. We recite this
awful story as we heard it. .A. farmer
sold his farm to three men, who gave
him $15,000 cash in part payment. In
the evening he walked to London, leav
ing his wife did child at home.
Some time after a peddler, who had
often stayed all night at the house, drove
up and asked permission to remain, but
the farmer's wife declined, because it
was doubtful if her husband returned
that night, and she knew there was a
large amount of money in the house.
She remarked to the peddler that if her
husband returned he would probably
meet him. The peddler drove on, met
the farmer and returned. As they ap
proached the house, the farmer observed
a light in a room in which he usually
kept his papers, and remarked to the
peddler that there were burglars in the
The peddler produced a pair of revol
vers, and the two, stationing themselves
at points where the burglars would prob
ably attempt to escape, gave the alarm,
and three men rashed out. The ped
dler killed two of them, when the third
ran towards the farmer, who killed him.
Upon entering the house, the'farmer was
horrified to find his wife and child mur
dered. When the bodies of the murder
ers were examined, it was disedvered
that they were the parties who had pur
cliass& the farm that day, one of them
being brother-in-law to the farmer.—
Or A. Boston paper says : Mary E.
Surfatt was a South American woman,
who was brought to the United States
when a child. She kept a resort for
rebels and persons engaged in blockade
running. She was not only a rebel spy
of the most dangerous type, but a3he has
been in conspiracies of one sort and
another all her life. She has long borne
the reputation of a very dangerous as
well as a very bad woman. She wielded
a wonderful power over dissolute young
lir "The piano -forte," says the Amer
ican Baptist, "extensively as itis used,
is not so well adapted-to all the' purpos
es of sacred and secular music asianoth
or instrument which is nowjastly claim
ing a large share of public attention,
and which has already been extensively
introduced into schools, churches, and
families, and received the endorsement
of the chief organists' musicians, and ar
tists of America—we mean the Mason
& Hamlin Cabinet Organ."
gir A wild beast tamer,.named Crock
ett, recently fell dead at Cincinnati as
he was about to enter the - cage of ani
mals. He first acquired notoriety, so
the story runs, by going fearlessly among
a number of wild beasts which had es
caped from their cage at Astley's in
London. Although their rage for blood
had been excited by having killed a
man; he scourged them back to prison.
ar Among the confiscated property
receipted, at Richmond, is the military
ritilraad from Danville to Greensboro,
forty miles in length, which was built
by the rebel army. It will be run by
the Treasury Department until Bold by
order of the civil courts, and is expected
to pay a handsome profit on expenses.
or The New Yorkers, both press and
people, are urging the purchase of the
late Museum lot by t o be Post-office De
partment and the erection of a post of.
flee building upon it which shall be or
namental to the city and worthy of the
Or A German is Bridgeport, Coon.,
named Selsomright, about forty years of
age, was found sitting in a rocking-chair,
dead, on the 15th inst., by his wife, who
had left him but a few moments before
in apparent good health.
Gr The Hudson River Railroad is
complimented for their cleverness in re
cently killing a whole family,—father,
mother and child,—all at once so that
there was nobody left to bring an action
eir The Secretary of the Treasury
has telegraphed to San Francisco to
discontinue sales of the seven-thirties,
as the entire loan will be taken before
notes can be sent to California.
A model miniature locomotive,
made of gold and elver, with a ruby for
a head light, and costing $4,000, is on
exhibition at Taunton, , Mass. Its wheels
are driven by clockwork.
or The census of Providence, Et. Y..,
just conipleted shows that they have
3994 more females than males in that
gar Spangler, Mudd, O'Laughlin and
Arnold have been sent to the Dry Tor
tugas to serve out their terms of impris
ar The German women employed to
cultivate tobacco in Massachusetts are
found to be industrious, expert and
ticir The largest Indian tribe now in
this country is the Comanches. They
number twenty thousand.
A,monnment,to, Mra. Sigoorney
is to be erealti at Hartford.
Jur W inthrop Shirlow, of Winslow
Maine, aged 19 years, a member of the
Ist Maine Heavy Artillery, at the battle
of Petersburg, received a bullet wound
in the neck which severed the windpipe,
and when it healed it completely grew
up, so that not a particle can pass from
the month or nose to the lungs. To
save his life an incision was made in the
lower part of the throat through which
a silver tnbe.passes into the windpipe,
and this is the only means of respiration.,
—He suffers little or no inconvenience,
from this mode of breathing, only he
cannot blow his nose or raise from the
throat. In the same battle he lost his
right arm, had his right leg broken by a
ball, had a ball through his left shoulder,
and another one through the left arm,
which yet remains under the'skin, and is
easily moved about by pressing upon it.
sir An ingenious bachelor in Scot
land has devised a matrimonial lottery
or trap whereof he is the bait. All wi
dows and maidens who have attained
the age of thirty-two are invited to buy
of him a ticket at the price of 108. Af
ter 300 tickets are sold the drawing will
take place. There will be only one
prize, and it will be the right of the for
tunate lady who wins it to claim the
young gentleman for her husband, with
the £l5O produced by the lottery.
Or The Female Medical College of
Pennsylvania, now in the sixteenth
year of its existence, has just, graduated
a class of twenty-three students, and
judging from the success that other la
dy physicians have had, there is little
doubt that they will find enough to do.
The Philadelphia North American says
there are some ~s ix or eight "regular"
female physicians in that city, whose
daily practice is equal to that of the av
erage of male physicians.
Sr A man in Dartford, Wisconsin,
has a chicken with three pair of wings.
One pair are where other chickens have
theirs, on his sides. The second pair
are attached to his legs at the joints,
and are as large as the first. The third
pair are where Mercury wore his, attach
ed to his feet. The chicken is about
two months old, strong and active, and
as large as any other of the same brood,
and makes a decidedly funny appearance
, isiar The report of Madame Kossutb's
death is contradicted, but she , is dan
gerously ill. The only surviving sister
of the late Governor of Hungary has
just come from New York, where she
lives, to pay a visit to her brother and
suffering sister-in-law. Kossuth, sine%
he became an exile, has lost his mother,
buried at Brussels; two sisters, buried
in New York; and his daughter, buried
tfir On the Fourth of July, a public
meeting at Belvidere, N. j., was brok
en up by copperheads, who afterwards.
created a similar disturbance at a colla
tion given to the soldiers. One fellow
mounted on the table and ran up and
down through the ice cream and straw.
berries. It does not clearly appear why
he was not thrown out of the window.
Cr A bill has been presented to the
United States for rent for the Libby
Prison since April 3,1865. It is -sug
gested that the next thing will be the
presentation of an account by the owner
of the land near Andersoville, where
1'7,000 murdered Union soldiers lie
cr Gen. Butler's resignation, which
was sent on the first of June, has been
returned marked "not accepted," and
be has been sent for to Washington,
where he is likely to be assigned to duty
connected with the Freedmen's depart
our The class which will graduate at
Yale College, at the coming Commence
ment, numbers ninety.eight. Twenty
will study theology,—twenty-five
twenty medicine, fifteen becomi teach
ers, and the remainder engage in busi
ness. _ .
iggr Poretzy, a Russian village, built
on the side of a mountain, was recently
swallowed up in the earth, great crevi
ces appearing in the mountain side after
a heavy shoWer.
Alqino Potter, Bishop of the
Protestant Episcopal Church of -the
Diocese of Pennsylvania, died, in San
Francisco, California, on the 4th of July
aged 65 years.
sir An exchange paper says :—Tho
McClellan party' in Maine held its State
convention last year in a mammoth tent ;
this year it iq proposed that they. meet
under a hoop-skirt.
or It is stated in official quarters,
that it is the intention of the govern.
meat to reduce the army to 100,000, if
not to 50,000 men, at the earliest possi
air It is a singular fact- 7 as stated by
one of our exchanges—that no child
was ever born in the White House, at
gar The Newark barbers have given
up the idea of closing- their shops • on
Sunday. • • 1
o - , Beta are freely offered at Bostod
that the Atlantic cable wont tworlr six
"gbt ModZr in a Nut-Sbal
Wilkes Booth's dressing case sold for
$l6 at auction in Canada,.
Prince Lucien Murat is, it is said,
writing a histoiy of his father.
The Queen of Spain has taken to sea
bathing for her health.
John B. Gough, the temperance lec
turer, reports an income of $9,000 a
New Yorkers think a poet office
would look well on the Barnum's Mu
The Emperor of Russia has given
Jackson Haines, the skater, a splendid
A servant girl in Connecticut has con
fessed to conspiring with her lover to
murder and rob her mistress.
On Saturday, June 10th, Speaker
Colfax and his party had a snowball
match on the plains.
A white woman of Fishkill, N. Y.,
has eloped with a negro and sixty dol
lars of her husband's money.
A young Kentucky giant, named Bud
Bates, is seven feet high and weighs
three hundred and forty pounds.
A woman in Rochester tied a stone to
her child's neck, threw it into the canal,
and wOched it struggle and drown.
An Albany paper names Betsy A.
Hart, with an income of $85,142, us
among the "solid men of Troy."
At Fortress Monroe on the Fourth,
it is said the Declaration of Indepen
dence was read in the hearing of Jeffer
John Y. Mason, formerly rebel Com
missioner in London, is now residing,
with his family, at St. Catharines, Can
it is more from carelessness about
the truth, than from intentional lying,
that there is so much falsehood in the
The muster out of General Wright's
corps extinguishes the Army of the Po
tomac. The Army of Tennessee is also
The abandoned , females in St. Louis
who fall into the clutches of the police,
are put to work breaking atones for , the
Hon. Geo. W. PeAdletoo, late dem
ocratic, capdidate for Vice President,
has arrived in Washington on a politi
Gen. N. P. Banks was recently admit
ted to practice as a lawyer in the Uni
ted States District Court of Louisiana
in New Orleans,
A clergyman of Chesterfield, Va., bas
been sentenced to five years' imprison
ment, for killing a soldier who was rob
bing his garden.
Skates hays been invented with a
heating chamber under the foot-plate,
by means of which the feet are preven
ted from becoming cold while skating.
A New Yorker has invented a little
machine for the convenience of one-arm
ed persons, by which they are enabled
to wash the remaining hand and arm.
-:'A light•fingered robin, with a taste
for fine things, took a lace collar and a
pair of nndersleeves from a line in Ro
chester, and lined its nest with them.
It is rumored that an order win soon
be issued to muster out of service all
troops but regulars, the first army corps,
and the colored troops.
Skaters will be glad to learn that by
a recent invention a skate has been
made which will contain a hot brick.
Sy this invention bricks may be more
safely carried than in one's hat.
In St. Louis they are removing bodies
from an old cemetery to- a new one.
They have found money in several of
the graves, in one $5OO in French gold,
in another $l5O, in another $l2O.
The military authorities at Washing
ton haie conhluded to deliver the ho
(lies of the executed assassins to their
friend's. for burial. The• disinterment
will take place immediately.
on..S. R. Mallory, formerly Secre
tary. of the Confederate Navy, received,
on Tuesday, a visit from hie wife and
four,children, at Fort Lafayette, where
he is now incarcerated.
A. special despatch from Nashville to
the Cincinnati Commercial announces
the'arrest of Emerson Etheridge at Co . -
iambus, Ky., by the commandant of the
military post, on a charge of delivering
incendiary speeches in Tennessee.
The Leesburg Mirror, of Wednesday,
says, that Colonel John S. Mosby was
in Leesburg last week. He intends,
settling in Warrenton, and will practice
law in the courts of. Fauquier .and the
Professor McCullough and General
Thos. A. Harris, of Tennessee, 'have
been arrested aad taken to Washington.
The former was head of the torpedo and
infernal machine bureau of the rebel
Goverment. . • , .
It is - stEkted that Mrs. Douglas,
widow - of tha , late senator, made two
personal attempts to obtain from tho
President a reprieve for Mrs. Surratt,
but in each case was firmly but court°.
James Redpath recently forward to
Governor Andrew, for transmission to
the President, a petition signed by 1800
colored loyalists of Charleston, asking
for universal loyal suffrage and the ap
pointment of one of the following gen
tleman as military governor of South
Carolina : General Fremont or Albert
Brisbane, natives of South Carolina;
General Saxton or General Butler. The
large majority of the signatures were
autographs. A loyal league (chartered
by the National League) numbers al
ready about 1000 members ; 4000 pupils
attend the public Fcb , ..wk 500 adults
attend night school. A rt , ading room
and library have been tal.isbed,
On Monday lust, Ford's Theatre,
Washington, was formally taken pos
session of by the Government. Ford
has taken away all the moveable pro
perty. The Government will hold the
edifice until the first of February, up to
which period rent will be paid for it;
and if by that time Congrem shall not
make an appropriation for its purchase,
at a price agreed on, the property will
be surrendered to the man Ford,
The Walter-Hardie-Weichman con
troversy about the guilt or innocence of
the late Mrs. Surratt, seems likely to
come to an abrupt end. A cotemporary
says: "Father Walter has been 'reques
ted by thd Archbishop of Baltimore to
cease all controversy relative to Mrs.
Snrratt'e innocence. This ends the
matter and prevents a prepared reply to
General Hardie being made publip."
A shocking act is reported as having
occurred on board the steamboat Arme
nia, on Thursday afternoon, on her trip
from-Albany to New York. A respect
able-looking woman, who was accompa
nied by four children, and was on her
way to meet her husband, leaped over
board with a babe in her arms, and both
were drowned. No cause could be as
signed for the act.
Two hundred and one Federal soldiers
who deserted while in prison at Selis•
bury.' and joined the rebels , to avert
starvation, were captured some time agd
by General Stoneman, and brought to
Nashville, where they were imprisdned.
On Wednesday an order was received
from the War Department for their re
lease on taking the oath of allegiance.
Three young lads, eons of respectable
parents at Toronto; started on a tour of
observation some-weeks since. They
went as far as Chicago, where two of
them got situatioos'as bell boys in ho
tels. As the oldest of the adventurers
had not reached the age of 12, their fa
thers managed to get track of them, and
they were safely conducted home.
Preliminary measures are in progress
for the trial of Captain Wirtz, formerly
in charge of the Audersonville military,
prison. A large number Of witnesses
have already been summoned, and let
ters are constantly received from those
who possess knowledge of the cruelties
practiced on Union prisoners by this
Mi. Barnum asked the advice of his
friends as to continuing in business af
ter his Museum was burned. Among
others, he asked
,Ilosece Greeley,. who
replied, "Take the rest of your life easy;
go fishing. I've been wanting to go
fishing for thirtsy years, and havn't had a
Father O'Reilly, Catholic priest at,
Newport, has denounced the Feniin
Brotherhood in the severest terms, and
assured his flock that any of them who
joined it should not only be excommu
nicated, but denied the rite of Christian
burial by the Catholic Church.
The Philadelphia North American
sags there are some six or eight "regu>
ler" female physicians in that city whose
daily practice is equal to that, of the
average of male physicians. One of
them keeps three horses in' constant
A grove of mammoth trees has been
discovered in Santa Cruz :county, Cali
fornia. The largest tree is• fifty-four
feet in circumference and two hundred
and fifty feet high—the first hundred
feet from the ground without a limb.
Secretary Stanton has on behalf i3f
the Government, leased Ford's Theatre
for fifteen hundred dollars a month, with
the privilege of buying it for one hund
red thousand dollars, if Congress so
A package of three letters recently
arrived at the Woodstock (Vermont)
post office from Trashing, having been
over twenty-one years in travelling the
one hundred .miles between the two
'The National Intelligenar contains
the report that Charles O'Connor, of
Netv-York, has been retained as senior
counsel for Jeff. Davis. The time and
mode of trial are yet unknown..
At the Leeds (England) borough ses
sions, on the 4th, a married woman was
sentenced to nine month's imprisonment
for stealing a child, which she intended
to adopt, - •
A battered minis ball was recently
extracted from the, head of a recovered.
New Haven soldier, after remaining
there 101.daye. I.
The Dr. Winship, who died in Rok:
bhry on Wednesday, Was not the "strong
man," as has been stated,
air A curious incident lately,occurro
in a French criminal court. A yc it , '
woman, carrying a child less than a
old in her arms, was arraigned for 1, 1 ,',
log stolen three gold ten-franc pi e „,
from the house of a lady where sh e eel%
ed on business. The prisoner stated 1 ,
her defence that her baby snatched th e
coins from a table without her k ooeri.
edge, and carried them home in its be n d,
that she had just discovered them the re '
and was preparing to go back with th e
money, when she was arrested. The d e .
fence was thought most improbable,
owing to the child's age; but the p eeei ,
dent, in order to test its possibility,
dared one of the ushers to lay three gold
pieces on the ledge of the dock, within
the baby's reach. The moment the lit.
tie thing saw the money it clutched th e
pieces firmly and attempted to pot then
in its month. . The experiment satisfied
the tribunal that the woman had told
the truth.; and she was in consequenc e
acquitted of the charge.
On the morning of June 17, the ca l
non of St. Aogelo announced the be.
ginning of the twentieth year of the
reign of Pope Pins IX. Only seven o r
the 258 popes who have occupied ti*
chair of St. Peter have had a greater or
an equal duration of power.
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JUL Y 27 ; 1865.
Bro we, Martin Kline, Zachrias
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feetly fresh and wholesome condition fur
years. .It Contains nothing . which is injoriolo
to health, or objectionable in articles of yet'
The fruit retains its firmness and is equal to
any sealed. it is a liquid ; each bottle non'
tains siockeen onnces and will preserve on e
hundred-and fifty pounds of fruit and retoni
at $1- per,bottle.
For sale at Dr. Hinkle's,
B AZIN 3 S PERFUMES;
The latestand most exquisit e i such sa .
me Quickly," " Upper Ten," Hy pa
West End," " Jockey Club," and also
mades and Hair ' Oils. Examine our go'
We can iilease you an price and quality •
GOLDEN-MORTAR DRUG STORE•
PURE: COD LIVER OIL JELLY, 'O f°
at DR. HINKLE'S.
YOR'S Periodical Drops, .and Clark's ce
jjatale:Rzlls, at The Golden Mortar.