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F. L. Baker, .Editor,
MARIETTA. PA :
Saturday 'oNino, ilobehbet 4, i 86,5.
or The Coustitutional Republic of
Mexino, through its,, President, Benito
Juaret, and 'his Commiisioner, Oak.
Jose M. J. Carvajal, has contracted with
a gentleman - in New York forlhe nego:
tiation and sale of thirty millions of dol
lars-in bonds, in denominations of 'sso,
$lOO, $5OO. $lOOO, payable twenty years
from October 14865,, with interest, at
seven per, cent. per annum,-payable semi
annually in the city of New York, prin
cipal and interest payable in gold. , It
is to be hoped that everyiover of liber
ty will assist in this loan and-4hus add
hie mite •.to wards driving the 4.. Austrian
usurper from his prehent position- and
teach "Nep. the 3"! Liaison which he
richly deserves, from every
See the advertisement -,for 114 , 101311 in
another column. • • 4
O; The New York Post's Washing
too correspondent says that Edward
McPherson, the clerk, of the. 11. S.
House of Representatives, says be will
not put _on the list• of members the
names of any members claiming to, be
elected from a State that was in rebel
lion, and says he woulA be deciding one
of the most important questions before
Congress, and that eighty Southern
members at the outset to vote upon 4 - he
subject of their own recognition, would
end the controversy in their favor at
once. • •
The Cincinnati Enquirer says it
has from good authority that President
Johnson has sent to Europe to General
McClellan to return to this country to
take charge of the War Department
and that Montgoniery Biair has been
tendered the Post Office department
and Thomas B. Florence to be Secretary
of the Navy, and that - Andy Johnson is
thus feeling for the locefooo nomination
of ISM What shall we, hear next.
or President Juarez still remains on
Mexican soil, and so Nehement ie the
feeling in his favor on the pail. of .many
influential Mexican both in the country
and abroad, that some of them are rap
idly raising outside foices-ou their own
foods. Among others, Santa Anna is
eaid to be raisinctroops for him at St.
Thomas, *here he has ;already enrolled
about 150 Italian fightidgmelLi
sr The, Qld,Qapitol-Prison a t pres
ent contains hut • twenty., prisoners--
Wks, RcusSit, former commissary at
Andersonville ;-Captain Winder, also
of .Andersouville notoriety ; General
Briscoe ;. Fuller, (or-fraud in soldier's
votes; Phelan, for forgery on national
banks, and about-a dozen of citizens,
for horse stealing, Sco,
lir The Waibington paper 4 !ay jail
ers! Dick Taylor, son of old Zack, and
brother-in-law of Jeff.ljayie,,late of the
rebel army, bnt now a pardoned , vaga
bond, has had a lengthened private in
terview with President Johnson, with
regard to the . probability 'of the trial of
Jeff Davis, but could, get no satisfactory
sr Idles Barris, whose trial absorbed
so much of the public interest in Wash
ington city, last summer, ad who waif
acquitted.on the-ground of 'served him
right," is dow making t an honorable liv
ing in a milluerj establieltioent on Broad
street, Riyhmond,' under an Lassumed
Or J. parclayEl u ding, editor of.the
Philadelßhis Evening Telegreph,,,,nnd
Collector of Internel ,Revenne for the
Pint Districts! Pennsylvania, died sod
denly on Sunday Afternoon of calves-
Lion of the brain. - '
er Senator Wilson' was the iecipient
of a great many favors from his "friends
at his home, at, Natick . , lids.ssachnsetts,
on Friday, the mouton being commem
orated as his twenty:fifth, or sliver wed
Vir The FetalDi, aie. - likely to be
largely retarded if not counterbalspoid,
" by the Irish Orangemen, Who, io a air
miler that bee been promulgated. clatin
to have 100,000 well dtlileiifilibtiPg fun
.4 under their contra). , ,
oar A Georgia JParllallai°,oo:4l/4".
of the leading Methodist oleigrneu
that State, inroot r useggenoe f or their I/ 01 7'
tility to thesoohsyn'brethere,,,Pvl!
made overtone to the Episnoimilana foe:
a union with them:
sr President Johneon has issued
proolamatfOO reoommerolirw the permit
t of the United - States - to apart
r first Thar/laity in ~Deeer4hiti nit rot is.
dayof Nationa l 'Ph itiiirivio/
lir It is .aid
,GBll , olllt :kitS pafe
larraapmeati Atli a Now
der to funs a risme of hfr Oi`tha rebel
, TIM TRIAL OP DAVIS.-A statement is
no 4 current and teliekeed to be well
founded, that the trial of J eff Davis, the
chief author of all our woes, has. at last
been determined upon.
,He is to be
tried for treason in the United States
Supreme Court, at Washington. Chief
Justice Chase presiding. Attorney
General Speed will be misted in the
prosecution by Major General Rousseau,
W: M. Everts, and John H. - Clifford.
Charles O'Connor, of New York, will
be the principal attorney for the' de
fence. This trial will commence in a
few days. The trial and mode, of pro
ceeding was decided upon in cabinet
council in August last, and the Govern
ment has only been waiting the c,ontln
sion of the Wirz case to commence
./ST4P, BUB AND RfGAGAS.The NOW
York pipers contain full details of the
disgusticg admiration paid to these half
pardoied rebels upon their arrival in
that city. Fortunately for the cause of
humanity and decency, it was , confined
to the copperhead p,,liticians and snobs
of. New York, and,the objects of it were
as thoroughly disgusted at it as,the oth
er sensible witnesses of it. ,It is plain
these fellows would make a perfect lion
of Jeff Davis; if they could get hold of
Ifir Mr. Barnum has just secured a
large and eligible place, covering sever
al lots in Union Square, where it is his
intention to "erect a new museum and
amphitheatre. 'He will begin operations
on the Ist of May next, and hopes to
hive the structure completed within
eight months afterwards. It will be
'fireproof and BIZ *tries high. ,The en
tire top floor will be devoted 'to living
zoological sieeimens.—An elevator,
worked by steam, will lie in cons t ant
operation to.convey visitors from one
floor to the ocher.
sir Miss Irish, of Pierpont, St,. Law
ranee county, was to have been married
to a Mr. Conger. of a neighboring town
last week The wedding day arrived ;
the zninisters and friends came. Mr.
Conger was present. Miss Irish kissed
hei sister affectionately and left her
room. After a long waiting, an attempt
was made to find her. Finally a portion
of her clothing was - found upon the river
bank near by. She had drowned herself.
The cause a Mystery.
tar The late Edward Everett's -resi
dence, in Sumner street, Boston, and
the furniture it contained, were sold at.
auction on . Wednesday last. The sale
attracted a large number of persons,.
but the articles' generally sold for much
lower. pikes than -might limit been ex
pentad, owing to the interest attached
to them from having belonged to the
distinguished statesman and author.
The house and ndj oining grounds brought
eir The ,contestin the Sixth Congres
sional. District, in Massachusetts, be
tween Gen. Banks and , his uncle, the
Rev. Mr: Greenwood, the opposing can
didate, had its parallel some years since,
when the,Rev.- Dr. Breckenridge was a
political rival, .of his nephew, the rebel
-general. In that case:the nephew
suocerafal o as the, nephew will be now:
In• bOth-oases the uncle is a clergyman
and the nephew a lawyer.
sr The Fenian are said to be very
active in Canada; The Order is said to
hava , lodges—or " centres "—scattered
all through the Provinces, and that if
ever any real mischief against the Brit
ish: government is meditated, Canada
not Ireland, will be the initiatory scene
of operation& , It is also said that the
"Orangethen " are helping the Govern
`detectives- in ferreting out the
sr The Hon. Freeman Clarice, says a-
Waibbigton dispatch to theiiew Yosit
Tribune, peremPtorily -ordered'Govein
nr Pierpont, of Virginia, to leave his
office at the Treasniy, on account <of at.
tering disloyal-:'sentiments. The' lati;
gunge used in part was ,- "We people•of
the South never will submit to being
taxed to pay the Union war debt. W _ +e
never will stand* it, iiir;" -etc.-
W . Jim Lane,.Senator froM KallBlll3,
has , been•makinta 'speech in Washing.
4on. • He
,don't want all -the Southern
States; "' bank into , the Union" at this
time, and,,be;tion't liki-tha: Preinident's
`leniency. = would feel much safer if
instead of,Asily announcements of par
done, he,had announcements that one,
or two or three rebels were hung.
sir The findings of the court martial
which tried Brevet Brigadier General
;Brim:tie - for abstracting funds from. the
quartermaster's Cafe, at Lynchburg; Va.,'
in Septembirpare • being . examined: by
the Secnitstrof War, 'it as end er
stood? that the sentence vrilltbe antiouri:
red early nett week:
Thoeukbel General; Simon-MTV
Buokqe . ttugraed ,editor, aii4Lastmped
ofilego theNsw. .Orleans Crescent,
3 ?" 1 7 1 0 , by 49, DI-449094 6 k. 'NixoPt
GirJudee' Dedio; di the - Court, of
*ppm& of New Yorikkip rezketered
deligion bM ksock li,
oipti litst*AzatioX (AU #l4O itkigOt
Q 1 the ' teats renertrytd witb hitt/.
tEbt MarIII In a Nut-sSbtll
Mr. George Francis Train apologized
to the Fenian Congress at Philadelphia
on Wednesday for , " the' misfortune of
having been bornt la Massachusetts."
Jackson Haines, the American skater,
is to appear this winter before the Em
peror of Russia and other crowned heads
of Northern Europe.
.7ndge Bolt bas decided apon the di
vision of tha reward offered for the ar
rest of the iteesteslos of President Lincoln
and his award has been submitted to
President Johnson for approval.
The:rebel ,Qen..liilagrnder is on a-visit
to his sister in England, mho' is the wife
of Lord Abinger.
For`the' leek ebdirig 0 etobei 28,1.865,
$349,100 of fractional mutilated ciiiren•-
cy was destroyed by the TreatOry F De
General Joseph Booker spent the
present . 94veek stumping the State of
New Jersey for kla‘rcus L. Ward, the
Union, candidate for Governor.
The totalamdunt paid by Lancaster
county for bounty purposes, in 1862—'63
and '64, was $2,264,589.
The proposition to increase the regu
lar army has bean fully discussed , at the
army liead(ituirters in Washington ; by
Generale Grant, Thomas, Meade, Han
cock, and others, and Gen. G ra nt will
recommend that It be increased to sev
enty-five thousand men ; the infantry
forty regiments of one battallion each.
The plan is also favored by Secretary
Colonel Smo - linski, the agent the
Polish . immigrants ,: has purchased, in
their name, extensive lots of land in
Freestone and Anderson con nties, Texas.
These will be divided into lots of fifty
acres each, and sold to: the settlers at
two dollars per acre, payable in ten years.
The first batch of immigrants is expect
ed to arrive in January next.
• The Preaident has 'ordered the release
of John Mitchell, the Irish exile, from
imprisonment in fortress Monroe. He
was arrested and imprisoned there for
alleged seditious writing in the New
The terrific hurricane that visited the
West Indies last modth . blew down a
hospital on the island of Gaudaloupe;
killing between two and three hundred
persons. The crops the island ;were
destroyed, and hardly a tree left stand
Richmond officials.have been. inform-
ed that they 'mit 'assime the care of
the destitute persons in the city, who
- are now supported by the Government
at au expense of $2OO per day.
It is reported that . the President will
shortly issue is-prockmation appointing
a national day of prayer and thanksgiv
ing for peace throughout the land.
- At a meeting of Jonrileyinan Shoe
makers of New York, on-Monday eve
ning, the 16th inst., they voted to de
mand twenty-five per cent. advance on
their wages. The next day
held a meeting, and, after' much discus
sion, acceded to .their demand's.' The
chairman of the meeting stated that
this would necessitate an advance of two
or three , dollars a iair on prices "of heal,
Among.,the amendments to the Ala
barna constitution adoptedby
. the, late
convention, was one providing that it
shall be the duty of the Legislature at
its first session, to pass a law_prohibit
log the intermarriage of white persons
with negroes or persons ormised blood,
and declaring such marriages null-and
void, and the _parties thereto liable, to
criminal prosecution and punishment.
William T. Lynch, formerly
dore in the States Navyibut lat
terly in the service of the Gonfederite
States, died irataltimore, on the 19th,
64 years of agar'`
Horace - 7114rd,.wh0 has been lilac.
ing obstructions on-a railroad track in
Maine; has been sentenced to thirty
days' solitary confinement and, fifteen
years at hard labor fn,thCStato.irieon.
A little - daughter of Cressey, of the
,Cressey hotel,: at , Detroit. on 'Friday
night went into ,the- room, adjoining: the,
One where she slept- to get a cop.of we•
ter; and was shot ; andwasinstantly,kiildd
by, a man..whornistook her for a; burglar.
Thomas Weir, who murdered Elder
Caleb M. Dyer, the held of the Shaker'?
at Enfield, - N. - 11., has retracted;his plea
not guilty and plead guilty to murder in
the second degree, and has beewsenten
cod to thirty Years-in' the State 'fib*:
The gouge of Baring Brothers & Co
of tendon, reachedits hundredtkqeer
a faw days ago..
By diiection'of the Pieeiderit,'Beeia:
- tar") Bayard :bail / ' - notified - "Ctoierno
4oFineen;qtfiNoigiii,.tbst v ne Stints Oen
be leciiignized by the Execinivn
int insuniediti 'Minions of loyalty to
-tbe Union, unless it-repudiates t'he'diibt
it ,coiniiiitilina CarrY T on the rebeliion '`
.A. phetograibei,tif•Baltimere named.
)1;11. -drOvf4.loliciteatahl4itimeni ad
!joins the. Silo osllce t wu , shokin,:ida
,see, and h4bpdxfiStempfa,44l, rpbped of
ite valnablea by aomi‘parties unknown.
- . _
'The libelers is killing two bwirikd
Don Augustine'delturbide, the eldest
son of the first Emperor of Mexico, has
just arrived in New York from that
country. Maximilian has in every way
tried to conciliate the 'turbid° , family,
by making some of its members princes,
and flaming a battalion of troops , " The
Iturbide." Don Augustin has, however,
refused any titles or decorations from
It is stated and believed that the
War Department has decided, with the
approval of Gen. Grant, not to restore
the property of Ex-Governor Henry A.
Wise; of Virginia. Gen. Terry's action
in refusing. to give up the estate is fully
sustained. Wise's house is still useikas
a school for the children of freedmen,
and John Brown's daughters are the
Smith Miller, an_ex-congressman from
Gibson connty,lnd., turned his patriotic
lon out of his house when the young
man returned from the war; and,,the
Unionists thereupon took up the soldier
and elected him county clerk by a large
majority in a McClellan county.
Lord Palineraton is dead. Died on
the 19th of October, aged 81 years,
Lord John Rumll,, it is thought ; will
succeed Palmerston, as premier of Great
A gang of counterfoiters was broken
up at Astoria, New . York, a few days
since. The detectives capiured two
men and $lOO,OOO in counterfeit curren
James L. Orr is elected Governor of
South Carolina by five hundred majority.
Governor Perry has been chosen United
lAn Egyptian steamer which left
Alexandria on the 2d of July with 834
pilgrims for Mecca, was cruising off Gi
braltar at last-accounts, having lost 705
of the passengers by cholera!
General Fitz Henry Warren, was,
elected to the State Senate, of lowa by
a unanimous vote. He is a radical of
the, most radical stripe, and served
throughout the war with distinction.
Capt. John P. Ward was shot at De
troit, a few days ago, by a bo'y of 15, for
havinguommitted au , outrage on hi@ sis
ter. The shooting was committed on
the public street, and the people approve
of the act, as Ward was a wealthy rep
A. Brower Longaker, Esq., President
of the Montgomery National Bank of
Norristown, has sold hiS real estate,
having become deeply involved in debt
in consequence, it is Said, of egteneive
oil speculations. ' -
William Vincent Wallace, the opera
tic composer, died on the 12th of Octo
ber, in France, aged 53.
Col— Ulric Dahlgren was- buried in
Laurel Hill, from - Independence Hall,
Philadelphia, on Wednesday last. - • .
Wirtz IA.I HOMR.—Now that thetrial of
Captain Wirz, of AndersUnville notori•
ety, is ended, and the disclosures can do
him no harm, we may mention that,
most assuredly, he is not very highly es
teemed in his own native Switzerland..
A paper published wear Zurich, and call
ed the Witaterthui-Landbote ( which,
being interpreted, means the Winterthur
Messenger,) says that he is a native of
Zurich, where, twenty years ego, he held
a small appoictmentin the itierchant's
hall He did 'not eminently distinguish
himself there, for, in April, 1847, he was
convicted on a charge of forgery and
embeizlement, and sentenced
years' imprisonment and hard, labor in
the house of correction. Being a sickly
pereon, and having suffered from illness
in prison, he was discharged when his
sentence had' run only a year. Shortly
before 1860, he emigrated, to the United
8 . 64e5. Hie career in this country is
we.l - known,,and, no.doubt, will soon be
elbeeir by the lait punishment of the
sir A correspondent from. Holidays
- burg, Pa:,= sends- a letter describing a
strange, criminal trial which =occurred
`there; a whole family, from the grand
father down to aboy• of- fourteen• yeers
of agektight persons in all, 'were charged
with robbing t from the - cars of the Penn
sylvania Railroad - . They -- had . been
doing this for a long time. - All bat two
Gr English - capital le looking toward
the United- States. for investment 'es =it.
never has done before. The Visit Sir
Morton Pito and - thinaws he is sending_
homeward Of the immense openings an'd
overwhelming.resOnthes-ofthis , conntry,
are- 'telling with -irresistible power:-
There can be no ,doubt, that we may
look forward - .tO4the'vcoming of 'other
gieet busioese - delegations. ' -
_ or Australia is attractipian emigre.
Amt. lirger .than. ever. Tbcprospective ,
youbles in Ireland and elsewhere,- the`
Cholera,. - the llinderpeif and the - Yellow
Fever, %coinciding in, their , = apperance
with -these political tuirthoils,.heiramade
,a profoupd.and most unfavorable
!ion, and the most.distint :Colonies will
reap an unexpected benefit,.
Warren Gilbert, ofßOme,Mich.,
put 25 valuable buckkioti, a "" box oar"
at 4k 4 tria11....M1e14 She tear, was `opened
in the morning twenty-three df.,,the
sheep were dead.- , The owner valued
them at $4000: r• • • -
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Norway Nail Rods, Hoop and hand
Horse-Shoe Nails, Bolts, Files, Rato mt ro, ;
AND PARLOR STOVES, RANGEs,
Tube, Churns, Cedar Stands,
*= Wash Boards, Buckets,
Knives and Forks,
Plated and Metalic Spoons
Sad Irons, Kraut Cutters, Waiters, ti n ,
Copper. Kettles _Clothes Wringer , Pan e"
Iron Lidles, Meat Stands, Co,l Oh
Lamps, Shades and Lanterns, Tea
Scales, Coffee Mills, Painted
Chamber Setts, &c., &c.
Forks, Shovels, Hoes, Spades, Horse thusbh
Wheel Grease, Fish, Sperm and Loh:hog'
e., &c long .
and Short Trace
TOO L S: Hand and Wood Saws, Roan,
Chopping and Hand Axes, Planes, Closio,
Hooks and Sh e ars and Au a, &c., & er Bits, Braces, Pruout4
Thankful for past patronage, we hope to raatt
and receive a continuance of the stale.
PATTERSON 4 , ce
Marietta, August I, 1865.
LANDIS & TROUT
Landis I S. Trout
Landis 6.. Trout
At the "Golden Mortar,"
At the 'Golden Mortar,"
Market Street, Marietta,
dlarket Street, 'arietta,
Keep constantly on liana
Keep constantly on hand
Coal Oil Lamps and Shades,
Howe & Steven's Family Dye Colore,
Shoulder Braces and Trusses,
Papers and Periodicals,
• Nooks &Stationary,
Pnrtmono a ies,
Prescriptions can:it:lly compoundrd
Prescriptions carefully compounded
Remember the place,
Remember the place,
Dr. Grove's old Stand.
Dr. Grove's old Stand.
Give us a call.
Give us a call.
S. S. EATHVON,
lerchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At ..1 7 !„.1. Kransph'sOld Stand, on tht r
nerqj North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn' a.
o_ll4 ATI: 1 U Lto the Citizen, of Meri,ea
and vicinity, fur the liberal p.tr..,,,e
heretofore erteuded, the undersigned resp
fully solicits a continuance of the same; ;l
ouring them that under all circurnatance,, r,4
Wong will be spared in rendering a satisLcury
equivalent for every act of confidence re440,4:d.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERIES ANDY E.STING:t,tIi
such other ecto - nable material as 135111 U:;
the market furnishes, coast amly kept on had
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or style may auggeat.
ALM:4—.IMA D 1 , -11 A OF. CLOTHING,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goonds
and such -articles as usually belong to a Ma
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
sStribfne.x anb ConbEgantrr
Woutro most reseectfullytake this messed
informing his friends and the public generally
that he has-cornmenced the-drawing of
and in fact everything in the CONVEYANCING
line. slaving gratuitous intercourse mth
member of the Lancaster Bar, he will be
bled to execute,
,instruments of writ*
la' He cairbe found at-the office of n Tnr
MARIETT/A N,"—"Lindsay's Building," ,:„ec
ond floor) near the Post Office corner, Or
his residence on Market street, half a spar
west of the " Donegal Mouse," Marietta.
Lir - Blank Deeds, Mortgages, Judgments and
Leases always on band-and for sale.
THE POPULAR HATS OF THE pi
Gentlemen's Dress Silk Hat,
Gentlemen's Cassimer Dress Hat,
Patent Resort Hat, The Rusher Hat,
The Dasher Hat, The Eatln Hat,
The Faust Hat, The Dundreary Hat.
A;large and splendid assortment of all tr,e
above new and popular styles, in Cloth, Co,
simer and Felr, together with a full line of
Also, all the new styles of Fall and 'Wino;
Caps for gentlemen, youth's and childten's
savzrz 6. BROTHER,
NO. 20 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
R EEVES' AMBROSIA. FOR
- 0 —
The Original and Genuine AMBROSIA 1 4
prepared by J. ALLEN REEVES and im the
• beet hair dressing and preservative new ill
use. It stops the hair falling out, causes it to
grow thick and long and prevents it from
turning prematurely gfey. It eradicate;
..dandruff, cleanses, beautifies and renders ill
hair soft, glossy and curly. Buy it, try it so'
be convinced. Don't be put off with a Wm:
ous article. Ask for Reeves' Ambrosia so,
lake no other. For by Druggists
peal re in FancY ',Goods everywhere.
- PRICE; 7b Cerits per bottle—s 6 per dozen'
Address, REEVES' Mumma DEPOT,
82 Fulton-et.; New-York R.
Forside in Marietta at Dr. F. Hinid e g
Drug Store. ' LIS:8-19
incases of the Urinary and Sexual Systems.
new and reliable treatment. Also, Oi l ;
'Basnxr, CHAMBER, an Essay of warning and
Instruction, sent in sealed envelopes, freg w
.charge. Address, Ds. J. Sinai:is flovouroi r t
Howard Association, No. 2 Stilith Niatb-s l .•
Pbiladelfibli, Pa. [Jan. 1,,65.17.
T HE MASON & HAMLIN
Cabinet Organs ,
Forty different eijles, adapted to sacred sod
secular musm, for MO to !6 each. 27rifir
five Gold or Sliver ilfedirk; or other first Po'
nuume awarded them. " LUuktrated Catalogues
sent free. Adams,- lole.eop dr.iiamits, Bos
ton, Or. MASON lIROTHEMs Nell" Y " .1“
~$E ^ COD LIVEn OIL 71tLLY ,