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MARIETTA. PA :
Safttaay-Vorning, We , 9, 1866.
very-interesting, and to some
extent amusing, ceremony has been
going on, at the ; frjedmen;i4iiirage,
lington Heights,' during the past few
days. By order of the freedmen's bu
reau; two . - litadred fOriy-snien
couples have been - regulaily- united 'in
wedlock .by clergymen detailed . fOr -that
purpose. , •Many of these are old per
sonswho ate the parents of grown-np
children, but 'who were never legally
married. Such were quite loth to com
ply 'with - the order, 'regarding their rela
tions se having been practically realided
and snaffled by time and faithfril `ob
servance ; but they were all remarried,
and of course munh excitement and many
grotesque scenes were the result. On
the part Of many the desire for finery
and display extendedlo white veils and
wreaths, if not`cif ornnge flowers, then
of roses and the' sweeter honeysuckle,
while jewelry was not lacking, and a few
of the females whose pecuniary resources
warranted it, were arkaied in white
dressed - entire.. They-stood in semi-cir
cles and were married' en masse fifteen
or twenty couples at'n time.
Or A correspondent of the. Maine
Farmer writes that about sixteen years
age,he placed eight trout in a small
brook which empties into a pond. For
seven or eight years nothing was seen or
heard of them, but since that time at
least two hundred pounds of excellent
trout have been taken every year from
the pond. A little attention to this
matter would easily propagate fish in
many.waters now „comparatively desti
tute of them. • .
Or On the 27th of June the venerable
Amos Kendall leaves this country for
a pleasure tour in Europe. Thirty-two
years ago, as Postmaster-General of An
drew Jackson's Cabinet, Mr. Kendall
permitted Southern postmasters to rifle
the mails and burn the anti-Slavery mat
ter contained therein ; in 1865 the same
Amos Kendall gave $84,000 to found
the most anti-slavery Baptist Church in
Sr The widow of General Eaton, for
merly Secretary of War, who married,
several years ago, an Italian in New
York, has been deserted by him, after
he had got in hie possession and spent
or converted into cash all her property,
amounting to $lOO,OOO. She had two
granddaughters living with her, with
one of whom her husband has eloped and
gone to Europe.
eV The Canadian people have learn
ed by.this time that curses, like chickens,
come home to roost. They winked at
organized attempts of rebels to invade
our frontier, murder unarmed men' and
rob banks, but when an • armed force
lands on their shores and seeks battle
with soldiers they profess groat - horror
at the breach of neutrality.
iffir Pickpockets enjoyed a golden
harvest, on Friday,- at West Point, on
the occasion of General Scott's funeral.
Many distinguished characters were re
lieved of their money and valuables.
General Grant, it is stated, lost his
watch and Schuyler Colfax his purse.
GE - The novelty in petticoats is a
single deep flounce, which assists to
hold up the skirt, and prevents it from
clinging. This deep flounce is trimmed
with several rows of narrow ruches,
which are well starched. Two petticoats
made in this way are, considered equal
to one crinoline.
far Dr. Andrews made his second
trial of his flying machine, in New York
a few days since. He ascended 2,500
feet, and when last seen WBl3 over Black
well's Island, three miles from the place
or Washington gossip runs that Sen
ator Ben. Wade has hurled a forty
pound oath at Secretary Stanton during
a testy talk upon Reconstruction, and
that the two are no longer friends.
ifir A gang of robbers, deserters end
other bad characters, have organized
themselves into a company for mutual
defence against the law, in Western
la" In Richmond, last week, business
was suspended andthe graves of the reb
el dead in Hollywood Cemetery were
strewn with flowers.
tiEr W. B. Read, of Philadelphia, has
volunteered to assist Jeff Davis on his
trial; W just been put off until
rTwo tegromomen, hitched to a
plovi, and driven man, were 4seon
breaking grounit-neer. Alexandrin,
the other day.
(yam Maj.-Gen. Hooker is flrapidly•re
covering his tiesitli,:andithinks" ;he' will
be entirely well within sauontb.-
A STRANGE RESEMBLANCE.—There was
recently in the Southwest a tragedy ;
somewhat similarto the murder of •the'
Deering family, by which a family named
Deerfield was murdered. The murdeter
of the latter family has been convicted.
His name is Coovert, and the Memphis
Ledger states that there is a most re
markable resemblance between him and
Probst. Both are 5 feet 7or 8 inches
high, have blue eyes, light hair, and
turned up noses. Both have a striding
walk and a stoop in the shoulders, and .
both served in the army. The strangest
resemblance of all, however, is, that
Coovert, like Probst, has lost the thumb
of his right hand, whiq was shot off
whilst be was in the service.
*HEATON'S ITCH OINTMENT.-It has
been said that to get the itch is no dis
grace, but it is disgraceful to keep it.'
No one need have the itch forty-eight
hours if they will use' Wheaton's Oint
ment,' for it is a sure cure! We saw it
tried on the persons of several children
and adults a few weeks since, and the
itching at once ceased, and in two days
not an eruption was visible. It is effect-.
nal in removing pimples, blotches, and
especially old sores. We used the Oint
ment on one of our own children, and
the effect was magical. The itch, which
has been so prevalent about here, has
not yielded to the usual remedies for
this complaint, and we are glad that a
remedy has bean discovered that is so
effectual and yet so, cheap, Read ' the
advertiseme n Canfield Herald.
SANTA ANNA.—The personal appear
ance of this distinguished Mexican is
thus described : He is, a man about five
feet nine inches in height, apparently 60
years of age,_ with dark hair, slightly
tinged with gray, and strongly marked
features of great intelligence. He wears
no beard. A house having been fitted
up for him on Fifth avenue, the New
York Herald says: "Santa Anna sits
fast in New York this week"—that, we
suppose, being a delicate way of hinting
that he has but one pedal extremity.
er A new pension bill has just passed
the Senate. It provides that $25 a
month shall be paid to persons who have
been permanently injured whilst in the
military or naval service of the country,
and are incapaciated far labor in conse
quence ; 20 a month to those who are
not obliged to have continual care and
attention ; and 15 a month to those who
have lost a leg, arm or hand. The bill
expressly forbids the transfer, sale, mort
gage or disposition of pension claims to
sr A. Supposed -son of Napoleon I.
recently committed suicide at Dresden,
by drowniog himself. He was in fea
tures and person the exact image of his
alleged father, and his claims to this il
lustrious parentage were at one time
strongly supported, but they were never
recognized by Napoleon 111. His moth
was the beautiful and famous Countess
Cr The Empress Eugenie is said to
be rapidly approaching that uncertain
age which loaders of fashion so much
dread. The fifth of. May was her fortieth
birthday, and the once young and beau
tiful Eugenie is beginning to show her
years. Time is writing hie wrinkles on
her face, and she is gradually losing the
firmness and delicacy of her features.
giar Everything in the form of prizes,
premiums, and presents can be had by
addressing American Statesman, 67
Nassau street, New York. A prize sent
free to subscribers and clubs, valued at
from $l,OO to $lOO,OO. Copies furnish
ed free. Address Aenerican Statestmin,
67 Nassau street, New York.
tier Five vessels loaded with small
pox, yellow fever and: cholera patients
are now anchored in the lower New York
bay. They are in a horrible condition
from excessing crowding andsickening
stench, at least so pays the New York
correspondent of Forney's Press.
. car Thackeray tells of an Irish woman
begging alms from him, who, when she
saw him put his hand in his pocket,
cried, " May the blessings of God follow
you all your life," but when he only pull
ed out his snuirbox; immediately added,
" and niver overtake you."
air Dr. G. R. Swetting, .of Berlin,
Wisconsin, died on the 30th, from the
effects of a slight puncture in the finger
with a needle, received while sewincup
abody after a post-mortem examination.
eir Eli Holden, watchmaker and jew
eller, 708 Market street, Philadelphia,
committed suicide on Tuesday. He was
extensively known in hilliness circles,
and much respected.
air The President's • supporters in
Virginia are writing letters to the jurors
who indicted Jefferson Davis threaten
ing them with lynch-law unitise they
leave the state.
gir The coutraetyor a painting of the
bat le of Gettysburg, authorized by the
Legialature,.has been awarded to Mr.
Rothermel of Philadelphia.
sir Sixty-six prisoners tried to escape
froth . jail
_at - lifbb'ite 'last week. They
locked`up the jailOrh,ut' were headed oft'
by the police..
Gar. did Amoi 'Kendall le about to
Eall. for Europe.
Neal Dow, the temperance advocate,
has gone to lecture in England.
Edwin Forrest, on his return from
San Francisco, purposes to endow a
Home for Retired Actors, near Phila
On the 23d nit., Jefferson Davis had
been a prisoner at Fortress Monroe for
one year. It is now thought ' his trial
will be put off until the fall. •
It is stated that Governor Curtin has
been offered the mission to Italy.
Owing to protracted drought, the to
bacco crop h Cuba is a failure.
'A 'woman died -in - New York, 'last
week, at the age of 118.. .
A colordd man is a juror in a murder
trial' at Boston.
It is rumored that Gen. Howard will
resign the Commissionership of the
Maj. Gen. Wool has accepted the
Presidency of the Ftennselaer County,
(N. Y.) Veteran Association. In his
speech on the occasion, he was sarcastic
on the conduct of Gen. Scott and Sec
retary Cameron towards him at the be
ginning of the. war.
Grant as General will receive $17,640
Ten thousand dollars of conscience
money has reached the Treasury since
A lady in Pike county, Mo. has called
her last baby Veto, in compliment to
the President. •
A paper " skirt " (i. e., petticoat )
has been invented to replace crinoline.
It is a Yankee idea, and is said to be
light and cherip.
Renator Gwyn has arrived at New Or-
leans. 13e is paroled, on` condition of
leaving the country. • .
Clement 0. Clay reached his home, in
Alabama, on the first inst. He was cor
dially received•by his neighbors.
Mr. George Peabody, now sojourning
in Essex county, Mass , has been notified
to make a return of his income since
Gen. G. P.. Beauregard is on the way
to New York en route for. Europe.
Mr. James M. Scovel, it is said, will
run as an independent candidate for
Congress in the First District, in New
Jersey, in the coming election—the De
mocracy having agreed to make no
The engine and rolling stock of the
Reno, pil Creek and Pitbole railroad
was levied on by the employee on the
road on Monday last. After a deten
tion of the train a few : hours the affair
was settled, and the train allowed to
Jonah Wood, Edward Grandon and
Daniel Wright, living in the upper end
of Green county, Pennsylvania, had
each a child born not long since. Wood
gave to his the name of Robert E. 'Lee
Wood, Grandon that of C. L. Vallandig
barn Grandon, and Wright to his off
spring that of Jefferson Davis Wright.
The most extraordinary instance of
patience on record, in modern times, is
that of an Illinois judge, who listened
silently for two dayi while a couple of
wordy attorneys contended about the
construction of an act of the Legislature
and then ended the controversy by quiet
ly remarking "Gentlemen the law is
An elderly woman in Cincinnati com
mitted suicide the other night through
fear of starving to death. She possessed
real estate valued at $15,000
The body of another female was dis
covered on the beach at Fort Hamilton
on Friday, tied up in a bedtick, with the .
initials K. B. on the clothing. 'This
makes four female bodies that have been
discovered enclosed in the same manner
on that beach during the pasttwo weeks.
At the death of a pious merchant at
Neuchatel, Switzerland, the name of
Gad was foUnd against several sums on
the credit side of his books. No one
knew of such a creditor, and an investi
gation showed that the merchant had
opened an account with the Father of
All, and entered to it each year a share
of his profits.
Probst eats like a schoolboy and sleeps
like an infant.
An Indian out West remarked upon
Boeing a lady with a dress arranged over
an Empress trail : " Ugh ! much wig
Barnum is after the colossal arms and
band marks recently discovered in the
Nickajack Cave, near Chattanooga.
The weather in the, West and South
has been very,cold for the season, and
... I mage to the crops is feared.
' A very patient New Yorker has been
counting the different styles of hats that
appear on Broadway; and reports the
number of varieties at 175.
It has been decided in the 11. S.
Couit at Savannah, that thelest oath is
We hear -a good-deal . - about gas ex
oliksioo, but tlieir'itrincilitiflocate is=so
tfie frooeore s ongriSi. . '
GIVE NATURE A LlFT.—People expect too
much of Nature. They trifle with their health
and their constitutions, and then are surprised
that they fall sick.
The pressure of constant mental or bodily
labor upon the animal powers is tremendous.
Y try few systems and constitutious can bear
up against this pressure unassisted. Add to
this the unhealthy influences which lurk un
seen in the air we breathe, the water we drink,
the artificial heat with which we endeavor to
chase away the cold and marrow-searching
moisttire of winter, and it would seem to re
quire almost superhuman vigor to keep in per
fect health at this rigorous season without re
inforcing the physical energies.
But how reinforce them '1 Certainly not
with adulterated stiran ants. There is no
poison in the outer air, or in the atmosphent
of furnace-heated rooms, or workshops, or
factories, so pernicious as those deadly-burn
Why use them, when Hostetter's ts"tontach
Bitters, a vegetable tonic - without alloy, are
everywhere obtainable 7 Nothing has ever
beerLoffered to the feeble and debilitated so
harmless in its nature, so powerful in- its in
vigorating effects, as this celebrated Stomachic
and Alterative. In the army and the navy,
in new settlemen ta, and in crowded - cities, by
old and young, rich and poor, it is used as a
Protective and Restorative Medicine, with the
most gratifying results. J.
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS. The great fe
male Remedy for Irregularities.—These Drops
are a scientifically compounded fluid prepara
tion, and better than any Pills,. Powders or
Nostrums. Being liquid, their action is direct
and positive, rendering thei a reliable, spee
dy and certain speCific for the cure of .
structions and suppressions of nature. Their
popularity is indicated by the fact that ()Ver .
100,000 bottles are annually sold and consum
ed by the ladies of the United States, every
one of,whom speak in the strongest terms of
p aise of their good merits. They are rapidly
takingthe place - of every other Feniale Rem
edy, and are considered by all who know
aught of them, as the surest, safest and most
infallible preparation in the world, for the
cure of all female complaints, the removalof
all obstructions of nature, and the promotion
of health, regularity and strength. Explicit
directions stating when they may be used, and
explaining when they should' pot, nor could
not be used without producing effects contra
ry to nature's chosen laws, will be found care
fully folded around each bottle, with the writ
ten signature of Sofin . L. LYON, without
which none are genuine.
Prepared by Dr. Joan L. LYON, 195 Chapel
street, New-Haven, Conn., who can be con
sulted either personally or by mail, (enclosing
stamp) concerning all private diseases and fe
male weaknesses. Sold .by Druggists every
where. C. G. CLARK & CO., Gen'l Agts for
U. S. and Canadas. Lir
A Single Box of BRANDRETH'S PILLS
contain more vegetable extractive Matter than
twenty lxixes of any pills in the world besides;
fifty-five hundred physicians use them in their
practice to the exclusion of other purgatives.
Tge first letter of their value is yet scarcely
appreciated. When they are better known,
sudden death and continued sickness will be'
of the past. Let those who know them speak
right out in their favor. It is a duty which
will save life. Our race are subject to a re
dundancy of vitiated bile at this season, and
it is as dangerous as it is prevalent ; but Bran
dreth's Pills afford an invaluable and efficient
protection. By their occasional use we pre
vent the collection of those impurities which,
when in sufficient quantities, cause so much
danger to the body's health. They soon cure
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite,
Pain in the Head, Hartburn, Pain in the Breast
bone, SIM den Faintness an d Costiveness.
Sold by all respectable Dealers in Medicines.
To Conaurarrivzs.--The advertiser hav
ing been restored to health in a few weeks by
a very simple remedy, after having suffered
several years, with a severe lung affection,
and that dread disease, Consumption, is an
xious to make known to his fellow-sufferers
the means of cure. To all who desire it, he
will send a copy of the prescription s free of
charge, with the directions for preparing and
useing the same, which they will find a sure
cure for Consumption, Asthma, Coughs, Bron
chitis, Colds, and all throat and lung affections.
. The only object of the advertiser in sending
the prescription is to, benefit the atiticted,and
spread information which he conceives, to be
invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer will
try his remedy, as it will cost themnothing,
and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, FREE, b:
return mail, will please address
Rev. Enwann A. WILSON, Williamsburg,
Kings County, New-York. [ly
Cholera, Diarrhcea and Dysentery
cure is warranted by Dr. TOBIAS' celebrated
Venetian Liniment, if used when first taken
by persons of temperate habits. This medi
cine has been known in the United. States over
twenty years. Thousands have used it, and
fimnd it never failed to cure any complaint for
which it was recommended, and all those who
first tried it, are now never without it. In the -
Cholera of IS4B, Dr. T 0.13 lAS attended 40 cases
d lost 4,being called in to late to do any good.
DIRECTIONS :—Take a teaspoonful in a wine
glass of water every half hour for two hours,
and rub the abdOmen and extremities well with
the Liniment. To allay the thirst, take a
lump of ice in the month, almost the size of a
marble every ten minutes.' It is warranted
perfectly innocent to take internally. Sold,
by all Druggists, price 40 and SO cents. De-;
pot, 56 Courtlandt-st.,N. Y. [4O-1m
11:rDEAD READS, or, in other words, heads
whose once glorious locks have WITHERED
AND WH ITENED, can in a few , moments be
re-clothed with all their YOUTHFUL ATTRAC7
rioris, by singlea. application of that wonder
ful talisman, CFIRISTADORO'S HAIR,DYE.
Grizzled whiskers and moustaches, ladies'
curls into which the snow of age has prema
turely drifted, and red, sandy or white brovin
hair, receive, as if by magic, the rarest shades
of black or brown from this- harmless botani 7
carhair darkener. Manufactured by J. Chris
tadoro, 6 Astor House, New-York, Sold by
Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dressers.
• ERRORS or Youxn.—A gentleman - who suf
fered for years , from Nervous Debility, Pre
mature Decay, and all the effects of youthful
indiscrction, will, for the
_sake of, suffering
humanity, send free to all who need it, the ,
recipe and directions for. making
temody..by, whiph ,he .was cured._ Sufferers
wishing_to profit by the advertiser's eue i i.z.
2do so by addressing
it Chaniber St., New-YOrit. r
Reduction in Price of the American
Watches, made at Waltham, _Mass.
In consequence of the recent great decline
in gold and' silver and all the materials used
in the mandfacture of our goods, and in anti
cipation of a still further decline, we have re
duced our prices to as low a point as they can
be placed WITH GOLD AT PAR, so that n
one need hesitate to buy a watch now from
the expectation that it will be cheaper at some
future time ; the test of ten years and the man
ufacture and sale of
MORE THAN 200,000 WATCHES,
have given our productions the very highest
rank among time-keepers.
the determination to make only thoroughly
excellent watches, our business has steadily
increased as the public became acquainted
with their value, until, for months together, we
have been unable to supply the demand.,_ We
have repeatedly enlarged our factory build
ings until they now cover over three acres of
ground, and give , accommodation to more than
eight, hundred workmen.
We are fully justified in stating that we now
Make more than half of all the Writches
sold in the United States
The different grades are distinguished by the
folloiVing trade marks engraved on the plate :
l.—" American Watch Co:," Waltham, Mass.
2.—" Appleton, Tracy & Co." Waltham, Mass.
3.—" P. S. Bartlett," Waltham, Mass.
4.—" Wm. Ellery,"
s.—Our Ladies' Watch of first quality is na
med "Appleton, Tracy & Co., Waltham,
6.—Our next quality- of Ladies' Watch is na
med " P. S. Bartlett, Waltham, Mass.
These watches are furnished in a great va
riety of sizes and styles of cases.
The American Watch Co. of Waltham, Mass
authorize us to state that without distinction
of trade marks dr price,
All the Products of their Factory are
to be the best tirnekeeperti of their class ever
made in this or any other country. Buyers
should remember that, unlike the guarrantee
of a foreign maker who can never be reached,
this warrantee is goad at all times against the
Company or their agents, and that if, after the
most thorough trial; any watch sliould prove
defective in any particular, it may always be
exchanged for another. As the American
Watches made at Waltham,are for sale by deal
ers generally throughout the country, we, do
not solicit orders for single watches.
CAUTIIM.—The public arc cautioned to buy
only of respectable dealers. All persons sell
ing counterfeits will be prosecuted.
ROBBINS 8c APPLETON,
Agents for 'the American Watch Company,
IS:2 Broadway, N: Y. m
N EW TRIMMING & VARIETY
Opposite Diffenb.ach's and Two doors
West of the Golden Mortar
Drug Store, Market-st.,
MRS. MARGARET ROTH
Begs leave to announce to the Ladies at the
Borough of Marietta and vicinity, that she
has just opened an entire new stock of
TRIMMINItS AND VARIETIES,
embracing all the Novelties of the Season,
among which will be found
Plain and Fancy Mantua and
Libbons, Gimps, Cordi and Tassels,
and Buttons in endless variety,
Hosiery and Gloves, Linen & Emb'd Collars,
Zephyr Shawls, Plain & Emb'd H'dkfs,
Opera Caps, Silk & Zephyr Scarfs,
Suspenders, Germantown Wool,
Twilights, Breakfast Coseys,
Braids and Shetland Wool,
Bindings, Zephyr Yarn,
BALMORALS, SKELETON SKIRTS,
Corsets, Belting, Edging, Ruffling,
Embroidery, Fancy Soaps, &c.
Particular attention has been paid to the se
lecting of small wares, such as Sewing Silk,
Cotton and Linen Thread, Whalebone, Hooks
and Eyes, Needles, Pins, &c.
11:3-.The public are particularly requested to
call and examine for themselves.
R. is agent for the sale of the cel
ebrated Singer "A" Family Sewing Machines
which took the first premium at the late New
York State Fair. She will also instruct per
sons purchasing froth her, how to work the
wriLLcox. & GIBBS
The most simple, complete and easily man
aged Sewing Machine now in use. It does
every description of _work—never stops at or
needs to be helped over seams, but does all
its work rapidly and well. The needle re
quires no adjustment—you cannot get it in
wrong—it makes any width of hem you wish
—does braiding beautifully. The Braider is
in the foot of every machine and Feist of it,
and is always adjusted, never gets out of place.
Call and examine them before . purchasing
any other, at
T 3. L. & E. J. ZAHM , S,
Corner North Queen street and Centre Square,
Sole Agents for Lancaster County.
Lancaster, February 17, 1866.-tf.
Notice to Taxpayers
COLLECOLLECTORS AND TAX-PAYERS are
notified that on all State or County
Taxes remaining unpaid on August Ist, 1866,
an addition of 5 per centum must be charged
and collected. By order of the Board of Coun
Attest: P, G. EBERMAN, Clerk
of County Commissioners.
THE above order will be strictly enforced.
It is expected that Collectors will settle their
duplicates before the first of August. -
Hereafter nothing bnt United States notes
and notes of National Banks will be received,
the old tssue of the Farmers' Bank of Lancas
ter and Lancaster County Bank excepted.
Payments must be made before three o'clock
p. m., each day. . ,
Treas. of Lan., county.
T~IOBACCU` GROWERS 1
, • —o—
TAKE NOTICE !
I am aiw lye ready to, purchase leaf Tobac
co, at the highest market 'value, and invite
persons to call at the Marietta Tobacco Ware
house, bringing samples with them.
•A. FULLER CRA NE, ht.
, June 2, 1866, (43-tf.)
ACHOICE Tot of Books for children called
indistructable Pleasure Books ; School and
Paper Books, Stationary, Pens, Pen holders,
Ece - f at' DR. LA NDIT.
JOB PRINTING of every description ex
eeuted with neatness and dispatch at the
°dice of The: Mariettian. . .
CtUBSCRAPTION% received for'all - the late
0 Periodicals of the.day,
At The Golden Mortar.
BPALF 6 /_
if: D. BENJAMIN
GAIL SKIRTS.--Goto Mrs.,. R01711,!S
L end' see them.
MIES O P Quality„ of Wines and Liquoß for
inedreatal purposes, at D; Landis%
$25! Tli E $251
Ztnian Nusintss Calti
Handel & Haydn gall
Bth and Spring Garden St r eet s ,
THOMAS MAY PEIRCE, 4, Ai
PRESIDENT AND CONSULTING ACCOVS;
Novel anti Permanent Arrangttent el
From April 1, to October I,l BeG
AND SUCCEEDING TEAR.
LIFE SCHOLARSHIPS, including Bookkeepic
Business Correspondence, Forms ltd c g s
toms, Commercial Arithmetic, Bunn% p: •
Commercial Law D
etecting Counterfeit m 0,,,
• TWENTY-FIVE DOLLAII,tI
Scholarships, including the same subjen.
above, Time limited to Three Month s, —in
Penmanship, Three Months,
Penmanship and Arithmetic, 3 sis $ l O
The saving of Coal and Gas in the Sim a ,L
months is an advantage of such importabc.j.'
enables the management of this College ;
make a considerable reduction in the St 6 4,
rates from October 1, 1866 to April 1,
and succeeding years, as before.
Scholarships, 3 months,
Penmanship, 3 months, 2510
Penmanship and Arithmetic, 3 months,
Special Terms for Clubs, Soldiers, and f or k s
Sons of Ministers and Teachers,
Day and Evening Insturetion for both
sexes and all ages,
In Banking, Storekeeping, Bookkeeping, p er ,.
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OFFCE-531 NORTH EIGHTH STREET,
THOMAS M. PEIRCE.
April 14, 1866. 36-2reia.
Summer Arrangement of the
Reading and Columbia Railroad.
TRAINS of this road run by Reading Rail
Road time, which is ten minutes faster
than that of Pennsylvania Railroad.
On and after Wednesday, May 23d,
trains of this road will run as follows:
WILL LEAVE COLUMBIA AT
8:15 a. m.; and arrive at Reading 10:15 a.m.
10:00 " 12:15 awn.
3:4.5 p. m., " 5:55 p. m.
LEAVE READING AT
6:45 a. m. 3 and arrive at Columbia 9:05 a. m.
12:05 neon, " " 5:1.5 p. a.
6:15 p. m., » » 9 : •25 p. m.
Leaves Columbia 7:30 a. m., and arrives at
Reading 9:40 a. m. Returning, leaves Rear
ing 6:05 p. nth and arrives at Columbia at 3:lh
p. m. This train makes close connection 0
Rending, for New Ynrk and Philadelphia, ash
return from Phila. LITIZ SO NDA TRAIN
leaves Reading 8:00 a. m. and arrives at Lair
9:30 a. m. returning, leaves Litiz 4:30 p. rn.
and arrives at Reading at 6:15 p
The 8 15 a. in. train from Columbia makes
close con nectiln with express trains at 14. d-
in.- for New York, arriving there nt 3. t!) rh
and Philadelphia 1.00 p. m. ; also ler I' ito
- and the Lebanon Valley.
Passengers leaving New York at 7.00 a. 0.•
and Philadelphia at 8.00 a. m. connect
train ;waving Reading at 12.05 noon ier Co:
lumbia, York, and Northern Central R. R.
Excursion tickets sold on all regular toms
to parties of 25 or more, to and from all plat:.
Apply to Gen. Ticket Agt.
111:r Through tickets to New-York,
del-phis and Lancaster sold at principal its.
tion.9, and Baggage checked through. Freight
carried with the utmost promptness amt patch, at fire lowest rates. Further him:na
tion with regard to Freight or passa;e:
be obtaired from the Agents of the Coaps
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