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MARIETTA. PA :
SAftiEhy Jul!) 28,1866.
General John W.- Geary,
OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY.
or It is stateintiat PrOaident Tohn
eon threatened to make Montgomery
Blair Postmaster General as soon as
Congress adjourned, in case the Senate
refused to confirm Randall in that office.
This reminds us, says the Detroit Post,
of the story of a shipwrecked sailor,
who fell into the bands of a bloody
tribe of savages. Falling in with a
fellow unfortunate, who had been cap
tured some time before, he was advised
as follows : " The chief will ask you to
drink fish oil with him. If you refuse
be will compel you to marry his oldest
hag of a squaw. You'd better swallow
the oil, if it does turn your eta mach."
- Miss Margaret Hewitt, in her last
work, " Twelve Months with Frederika
Bremer," tells several curious anec
dotes illustrating the simplicity of the
lower orders in Sweden. Thus, two ser
vants were given tickets to go to the
theatre, to which they went, and from
which they soon returned.. " You were
surely not there ?" asked the mistress.
"Oh, yea," they answered, " we went to
the theatre, and sat there till suddenly
a curtain drew up and some ladies and
gentlemen began talking together, but
as it was on family, matters we felt very
intruding. and so came home."
far The Carlisle ( Pa.,) Herald states
that Mr. John Hefflifinger was recently
elected Superintendent Of Common
Schools in that county. Last week he
appeared before the State Superintend
ent to be examined as to his fitness for
the position. ACcording to his geogra
phy, West Point is situated in Kentucky,
and according to his history, General
Jackson fought the battle of New Or
leans during the Mexicati war. Of
course, the Superintendent refused to
issue the commission to him.
air The new constitution of North
Carolina provides that " No person who
shall deny the being of Almighty God,
or the divine authority of the Old and
New . Testaments, or who shall hold re
ligions opinions incompatible with the
freedom and safety of the State, shall be
capable of holding any office or place of
trust or profit in any civil department
.of the State."
car A. soldier who had lost both hands
in the war was furnished with a hand
organ, and, with his son, a young lad,
has traveled a year or two in the vicini
ty of Boston, with remarkable success,
having accumulated $15,000, the gener
ous contributions of the charitable.
eir The wife of John Michaels, Beth
any, New York, finished hoeing potatoes
on Friday, and on Monday gave birth to
three daughters—one weighing eleven
and a half, another eleven and a fourth,
and a third ten and three fourths pounds
—all as lively as Guinea pigs,
eff- The ladies of Cedar Falls, lowa,
are indignant over a report that a ped
dler who recently visited that town sell
ing corsets and fitting them on the
bodies of customers, etc., has since
turned out to be a man, dressed in fem
Or It is proposed that the delegates
to the Johnson Convention travel to
and from Philadelphia on night trains
and act, while there under assumed
names. This will enable them in the
future to successfully deny any connec
tion with the affair.
eir One of the New York city coron
ers announces that he has at his office
the bodies of five unknown persons found
dead, and.awaiting identification at the
hands of their friends.
iliar John Covode has been nominated
unanimously for Congress in the Twenty
first Pennsylvania district, represented
for the last four years by . John L. Daw
or The estate of Gen. Lewis Cass is
estimated at one million of dollars. It
will be equally divided among his three
children—one son and two daughters.
air Two brothers were accidentally
drowned in a pond near Girard, Ohio,
last week. When found they were lock
ed in each other's arms.
• ' Slaughter houses and hog pens
must be removed outside the city limits
of .A,lleghany within ten days. So say
the street commissioners.
gir The Cleveland Plaindealer insin
uates that Hon. William Dennison aims
to snooeid43en. Wade in the United
States Senate. ' • • .
Ex-Postmaster General Deunison
will take the stump against the ?reei
THE 110 T Wzarana :—Prof. Luomis,
of Yale College, makes the following
statement with regard to the recent hot
weather. " This afternoon (July 17,
1866) at 3.O'clock in the afternoon my
thermometer, suspended in the shade
upon the north side of the New Haven
hotel, indicated 1031 degrees, being the
highest temperature known to have been
obtained in New Haven since 1778, a
period of 89 years. The highest temper
ature recorded before the.present season
was 102 degrees, viz : Jane 24th 1864.
Previous to this, the thermometer had
been twice observed at 101 degrees, viz :
in 1798, and there have beelk three other
cases in which the thermometer has ris
en to 100 degrees, viz : in 1781, .1800
and 1845, making in all seven known in
stances in which a thermometer, fairly
exposed in the shade, has risen to 100
degrees and upward.
The period just passed has been quite
as remarkable for the long continuance
of extreme heat, as for its intensity.
Within a period of eleven days, the
thermometer has risen five times to 95
degrees and upward. Since 1778 there
has been only one other instance in
which the thermometer has risen to this
height, Eve times during the same sum
mer, viz: 1845; and these cases are
spread over an interval of thirty-six
days. Daring the same period, there
have been bat two other cases in which
the thermometer has risen to 95 degrees
as many at four times clwring the same
summer, viz : in 1780 and 1798.
The hottest weather at New Haven
since 1778, was in the month of July,
The hottest weather at New Haven
since 1778, was the month of July 1825.
The heat of the past thirty days has
been somewhat higher than that of July
1825, eo that we seem authorized in as
serting that the heat of the recent peri
od has been more intense, and the ex
treme heat has been longer continued,
than has occurred before in eighty-nine
years, and probably for a much longer
gar Andrew Johnson is at last at open
war with the Union party. Hispabinet
is dissolved, and the line between his
followers and the Union party is no long
er obscure. He is resolved on breaking
dolvn the Union organization, and form
ing a third party, wholly devoted to his
personal interest. We believe the
Union party is ready for the contest.
It has long been convinced of Mr.
Johnson's treachery, and has long de
sired to substitute open warfare for
hypocritical friendship. The name of
Tyler will henceforth, pale; his star must
dim before that of Johnson's. And as
Johnson's treachery is greater than that
of Tyler's, so will be his reward. The
close of his administrative term will see
him drop into an obscurity and igno
miny deeper than even John Tyler
sounded. The Union party will dance
on the political grave of all such rene
igar A despatch from Mobile, July 17,
has the following : "A sloop was over
hauled in the lower bay, early this
morning, by a United States cutter,
having`on board 150 negroes, whom the
parties were about to carry to Cuba and
sell into slavery. These negroes had
been collected at different employment
offices in Louisville, Nashville and
Memphis, and brought down to New
Orleans, and thence by rail to this place.
They had been promised $3O a month
to work upon a plantation, and other
wise deluded. The captain and crew of
the sloop have been heavily ironed and
placed on board the sloop of war Au
gustine for safe keeping, and will be for
warded to Washington."
ar The following is the despatch of
Governor Brownlow to Colonel Forney,
exactly as it was received : " Nashville,
July 19, 1866. To Hon. J. W. - Forney,
Secretaryll.S. Senate—We have fought
the battle and won it. We have ratified
the constitutional amendment in the
House—forty-three votes for it, eleven
against it—two of Andrew Johnson's
tools not voting. Give my respects to
the dead dog of the White House.
G. W. BROWNLOW."
fijr Hon. Charles V. Culver, M. C.,
from the Crawford and Venango dis
trict, whose financial failures recently
have attracted general attention, has
been compelled to seek refuge in the
Venango county jail, as the, only means
of escaping further criminal prosecution.
A large number of suits were brought
against him by State Senator Hoge and
others, aggregating a bail amounting to
several millions of dollars.
W A number of the leading citizens
of Memphis have requested Governor
Brownlow to sit for his portrait, which
they desire to present to the Legislature.
The Governor has assented to the re
eir Attorney-General Speed has writ
ten a scathing letter to the Randall
Club of Washington, in which he de
nounces the proposed Philadelphia Con
vention as a rebel Copperhead concern,
which will bring the country to ruin.
Mr. John Bixler, of Beaver county
Ohio, recently died leaving a widow
twelve years of age, and child nearly six
months old. She is the youngest widow
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One hundred and thirty-three persons
have been admitted to the Presbyterian,
and Methodist churches, at Girard, Pa.
during the late revival there.
Rarey, the horse tamer, has had a
stroke of paralysis, and is spending the
summer t White Sulphur Springs, for
hie health. Since his return from Eu
rope, Mr. Carey has been living upon
and improving his farm near Columbus
Ohio, but it is hie intention to again vis
it Europe should he recover.
On Tuesday evening a man named Ir
ving, aged about seventy-five years, liv
ing at Somerville, Maine, shot his wife,
who was about the same age, and killed
her. He then committed suicide. No
cause is.assigned for the act.
One of the Clymer organs says that
50,000 persons were present at the Read
ing meeting. A cypher too much.
Gen. Thomas L. Kane and Mr. South
er have declined being candidates for
Congress in Mr. Glenni W. Scofield's
Gov. Crawford, of Kansas, appointed
Major E. G. Ross, late of the 11th Kan
sas Cavalry, and associate editor of the
Lawrence Tribune, United States Sena
tor, to fill Senator Lane's unexpired
term. Major Ross is a radical Republi
A married woman in Canada West
has eloped three times with the same
The Boston rowdies throw eggs into
the open windows of passing street cars.
The burnt district in Portland covers
Hon. Thomas Ewing, of Ohio, has
written a letter supporting the call fur
the Philadelphia Convention. Mr, Ew
ing was a member of the " Peace Con
vention " in 1861.
It is stated that only five so called
fire and burglar proof safes out of thirty
five opened at Portland since the great
conflagration have preserved their con
A man was arrested in Pittsburg, on
Thursday, for stealing an umbrella,
The present pension list of the United
Statee is about $16,000,000 per annum.
On Saturday last the family bone of
the late President Lincoln was sold at
public auction in Chicago. He was bid
in by the owner at $65-60 being the
highest sum offered. The animal was
18 years old.
The York papers say that coal has
been found svithin the borders of that
Old Muggs says that the talk of wom
en is usually about men ; even their
laugh is he Ihe! he ! -
A man in Ohio committed suicide.
Cause-his-clothes bad been seized as
It is said that Gun. Grant will proba
bly follow Stanton in charge of the War
The war in Prussia has caused such a
scarcity of labor that women are em
ployed in repairing railroads.
Ex-President Fillmore spent a few
hours in Jersey City on Thursday, hav
ing arrived in the Persia from a Euro
S. Morgan Smith, a colored American
tragedian, has been playing Othello,
Hamlet, Macbeth, Lear, Richard 111
and Shylock in England.
•A. report is circulated in some State
Department circles, to the effect that
General McClellan has been invited
home to succeed Mr. Stanton in the
Mrs. David Smith, of Lebanon, Ten
nessee, recently gave birth to four chil
dren—two boys and two girls--each
weighing six pounds. The mother and
children are doing well, and all are like
ly to live.
The Concord N. H. Statesman says
that on Friday morning there were fires
kept on board the cars on the Northern
railroad for the comfort of passengers.
Two days previously the thermometer
was about 100 deg.
Some scamps are swindlingthe ser
vant girls in New York, by stating that
the Pope intends to present each of the
faithful with a Bible, and that the bind
ing can be at the choice of the recipient
by paying from one to two dollars.
It is rather a novel sight to see mass
es of ice in July but nevertheless they
are to be seen at the Devil's Hole, at
Niagara Falls, piled up on the shore.
The immense ice jam of last winter
drove large quantities of ice high up on
the bank, where the overhanging rocks
shut out the sun.
The Amendment to the State Consti
tution of West Virginia, forever disfran•
chising rebels, was submitted to the
popular vote a few weeks since, and
called out a full vote, from which the
official returns are uow published.
They are, for the Amendment, 22,224;
against the Amendment, 15,303. The
ameddment is therefore ratified by 6,922
An Illinois lady recently had both
her lower limbs cut off by a reaping
BALLOONISTS IN PERIL; Several acci
dents occurred to mronauts on the
Fourth of July. A. large balloon went
up from Providence, R. 1., with three
men and two boys in the car. It was
overballasted and rose but a few feet
from the earth, barely clearing the trees
and house tops, and going at the rate
of sixty miles an hour. The balloon
finally stopped at South Drndham, Mass.,
having'lmen dragged through a pond,
banged against _a stone wall, and at last
catching in a large elm tree. All of the
men were seriously injured.
In New York a tightrope dancer
went up in a lion tgolfier balloon. This
style is open at the bottom, and render
ed lighter than the atmosphere by filling
it with rarified air obtained by burning
straw underneath it. The acrobat shot
up to an immense bight with the balloon
and continued to perform various antics
as long as he remained in sight. After
being in the clouds a short time,
rarified air in the balloon cooled, and
the machine came down earth-ward with
great velocity. Happening to be over
the North River at the time, the acro
bat preferred to take the chance at
jump, and therefore leaped from the
ropes at the bight of sixty feet from the
water. He was only rescued after a
long struggle, during which he was com
air The Ugly Club of the University
of Virginia had their celebration on the
28th ultimo. J. S. Stubbs, of Glouce
ster county, who had been elected the
ugliest man in the University, was pre
sented with the boots. C. M. Wesson,
of Charleston, South Carolina, who was
elected the prettiest man, was presented
with a hat. A pair of slippers was pre
sented to the most conceited student,
and a huge stick of candy, manufactured
for the occasion, to the smallest one.
Brief speeches were made by all thk)
parties, and the affair passed off with
great good humor.
tir Charlotte Cushman will shortly
celebrate the 60th anniversary of her
birth. Fanny Kemble is in her 49th
year. Kate Bateman is 24 years old.
Julia Dean is 35. Madame Celeste is
64. Mrs. John Wood is 36. Julia
Bennett Barrow is 41. Adah Isaacs
Menkin 27. Avonia Jones 28. Kate
Reignolds 27. Mrs. Vernon is nearly
70. Mrs. J, H. Allen is 22. Madeline
Henriques is 20, and is the youngest
" leading lady "on the stage. Parepa
is 38. Miss riosmer is 26. Maggie
Mitchell is 30.
*4 - President Washington in his
eight years, removed 8 officers all for
good causes shown to the Senate. John
Adams in his four years, 9. Jefferson in
his eight years, 39 ; not one for partisan
or political reasons, as be averred.
Madison 5, and Monroe 9, in their eight
years each. John Quincy Adams, in
his four years, only 2. Under Jackson,
the removals were legion, the motto
being " To the victors belong the spoils,"
and thus it has continued to be since.
tar The young French Prince Impe
rial has asked his father to permit him
to learn the art of printing. According
ly a miniature press has been erected in
the Tuilleries, and a printer selected to
initiate the young gentleman into the
mysteries of the art. The French op
position, upon these facts being made
public, have naively suggested that the
future ruler of France be taught the ad
vantages of a free press.
A. tine residence was recently
purchased in Nashville for General
Thomas by some of his friends, at an
expense of $60,000, but the General de
clined the present, on the ground that
he had enough to support himself and
wife,. ( having no children,) and request
ing that the money be added to the fund
for soldier's widows and orphans.
Or A man in Nottingham, N. H., has
invented an alarm to be applied to
banks, jails and other places that ought
to be made secure. The gratings and
connections of the doors and windows
are made hollow, and filled with con
densed air, which by its escape on
breaking or sawing the rod must give
the alarm without fail.
Cr The area burned by the Portland
fire is larger than the entire area of the
city when it was destroyed by the Brit
ish, in the Revolutionary war. The
two ends of the city only are preserved,
with a line of buildings merely enough
to show a connection on the front and
rear water lines.
Hosea Morrill, of Pittsfield, Ohio ,
was married last week, aged eighty-two
years. He gave his bride. $30,000, she
being somewhat younger than himself.
He Was unable to get out of his carriage
and the ceremony was performed while
the parties were sitting in the carriage.
Cr A savan connected with the gar
den of Plants, in Paris, has carried
three billiard balls constantly in his
bosom for the past seven months, wrap
ped up in a flannel waistcoat, supposing
that they were crocodile eggs, and that
they would hatch by that process.
isir Thirty years ago a widow named
Patty Polk was murdered in Cecil
county, Maryland. The perpetrator
was firstr discovered last week, by his
own confession on a sickbed. Much to
his consternation he-is , getting well.
BEWARE OF NEW POTATOES.—This fa
vorite esculent contains a vegetable
base of deleterious quality, which is es
pecially developed in the plant when it
is shooting. Dr. Baaf has ascertained
that solanine not only exists in a con
siderable proportion in the shoots, but
in the tuber itself, and at two extreme
periods of existence, viz: when very old
the skin containing more of it than the
pulp. Hence people that chiefly live
upon potatoes should beware of new
ones, which are generally so highly
prized as delicacies ; they ought at least
to be peeled, and rather boiled than fried
because water carries off a great deal of
Cr A couple were recently re-married
in Connecticut, who were first married
need y a quarter of a century ago, lived
happily for some time, and became par_
ants to two sons now grown up.
Trouble came and they were divorced.
The husband married again and lived
with his second wife a number of years,
until death removed her. He finally
renewed the acquaintance of his Bret
wife, and the result was that he now led
her to the altar for the second time.
44- Five years ago a man in the
Ohio State Prison succeeded in making
his escape. A few days ago he return
ed and expressed a desire to serve out
his term. •The only explanation given
is, that while out of prison he got mar
ried—it would be ungallant to say any
er A colored girl in Georgia has
brought a suit for breach of promise of
marriage against a negro man. It is
the first case of the kind known in
Cr One of the patients at the North
ampton water-cure establishment is the
widow in Gen. Gaines.
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For " " to disabled Soldiers, it
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NOTE.—Thislarship is a milli.
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Telegraphing is ten dollars and Phonogra
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the student is not compelled to study those
When two or more enter at the same time,
a deduction of Five' DOLLARS to each will be
made. Thus the entire cost including Black
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"Extras)! Boarding is from four to found
a half dollars per week.
Embraces a Preparatory, Theory and Busietti
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he is instructed in Mathematics and the sim
plest principles of took Keeping, after which
lie is admitted into the Theory Department
where he cophs from sets certain buineti
transactions each set repre6enting business,
(stock and partnership) and each set lardy.
mg the application of one or more principle:.
Next, lie is admitted into the Department of
Here the student applies practically Oath'
has been taught theoretically. Fora rult es
planation of this Dep.rtinent send fur a
lege-Piper which are will mail toyournZdress
free: Suffice it to say that the student betias
business with a real
With which he buys aau sells merchandise,
pays taxes, deposits it in the bank, ac.,
They di:count notes, draw and accept drifu,
intake general and special zoke
Out income reports, and in fact go Illiougher•
ery kind of business transaction, erea to at
taching internal revenue stamp.
OUR AD VAATA GES.
The best course of instruction, and eltepti
rates than any other eolleg,e. Located in tie
best railroad centre in the State, with
enced teachers widely known in tar
community, thus affording our gratitn:ei
ter facilities fur seeking and obtaina4mPl
For specimens of Penuanishi,t eltsl!
two three cent postage stain ps. Colle?
corner of North Fifth and Was! in'''''
corner Fourth and Penn streets, Itoo..arz.ti,
Office in Washington street baitlia:.
" Oath' nialnut
Clothir~g 5t0 3 : 6 1
Market Street, Alarietta.
Having again leased, from
D. Miller, his old and popular
would take this method of in;*ormlii:t;t',.."oc;
lie that he has just laid in an
of everything in the
Ready-made Clothing Lite,
Oeer, _Dress and Business CoetF,
Pantaloons and rest,
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OF ALL GLADES AVL)
Cloths, Cassinaeres and Veatiags
hand, which will be cut and inaac-di.:
the tastes of custoineis.
Drawer 6, /V as '
Suspenders, Neck Ties, BATS - 1 - 1.1 ' . .10
CAPS of all kinds, &C.,
11:Goods at all prices—from the
the cheapest. Call and see for your, l,
fore purchasing elsewhere•
Marietta, February ISCU-ly
THE EXCELSIOR FRUIT JAIL
The best in the market; the aisnal.sl
rers are unable to supply the
periority over all others is fu!iy a,
by all who used them lust year.
no putty or cement of any kiwi; ""`,
cuiely closed in a moment, and
properly closed re is no danger oar:
spoiling. They are neat, being Wad,
—have a wide mouth mid can Vt.*.
For sale at JOHN SPANGL. • u
can be seen jar of Fruit put "f
these jars last year.
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Having thorou:thly tested the k-" i , [
Fruit Jar arid after u,i114 . :non v other k 0"...„
accord to it superiority uvel• ..notherib.!f
serving, fruit, ease of seen rina it and in
every way du I c on,,idt.r n beitet.