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MARIETTA. PA :
Major General JOHN W. GEARY,
OF CUMBERLAND . COUNTY.
lar Lists of deserters and non report
ing drafted men are being printed at the
State printing office in Harrisburg, un
der instructions from the State officials.
These lists, it is said, will average about
one hundred and fifty names to each
regiment, or an aggregate of from thirty
to thirty-five thousand names. They
will be sent with a copy of the act of
the Legislature disfranchising deserters
and non reporting drafted men, to all
the election officers of the State, with
Instenctions to refuse the votes of all
whose names appear upon the lists.
gig• M. Andiger, a French chemist,
has invented or discovered a new mode
of embalming, which dispenses with all
the repulsive details of the Ordinary sys
tem. It consists in pouring down.the
throat of the corpse two glasses of a li
quid, whose composition is still a secret.
The operation lasts but twenty minutes,
and in two or three months the corpse
becomes as atone. Experiments have
been made with this new method 'at
Marseilles and Algiers, in the public
hospitals, with complete success. The
cost is only fifty dollars.
air A well known clothing merchant
In Louisville, By., recently . marribd a
lady in Cincinnati, and took her to his
home in Louisville. -A few days after
she asked him for the keys to his trunk,
saying she wished to take his clothes
out and hang them in the wardrobe.
Be had $2,300 in notes in hie trunk,
but having full confidence in his wife,
gave her the keys and west to hie place
of business. When he returned the
wife and the money were missing, and
neither bee been found.
or An order from the War Depart
ment announces the regulations which
are adopted for carrying into effect the
requirements of the sot of Congress
which provides for the furnishing of en
listed men of the army with tobacco.
Ping tobacco Only, and in grade not
lower than the best " navy plug," will
be furnished when obtainable, The
troops will be supplied once in each
calendar month, and not more than six
teen ounces of tobacco per man, per
I.6uath, will be returned for or supplied.
lir Miss Mary L. Schell, of Sao Fret.
clean, California, has stied Major Getter)
al Henry M. Nagle°, for refusing to
marry her after having; as she alleges,
promised many a time to do so. She
says she is damaged to the amount of
$lOO.OOO by, his conduct. The case will
be tried at' San Francisco. 'The fair
plaintiff has over one hundred tatted . on
hand, all written by the , defenda . lit, by.
which she expects to make oat het-case.
gir Alexander T. Stewart's (of New
York) income is larger than the annual
salaries combined of the President of
the United States, the Oovernore of all
the States, Senators •and Congressmen,
State officers and members of the Leg
islatures of the different States. Out of
such an income Mr. Stewart could pay
the entire expenses of several State
governments as . eaeily as many men now
support their own families.
or The Bedford Inquirer gives the
following as a "remarkable ease :" Our
"local reporter" informs ue of the death
of Mr. Eisiburt, of Ringtown. , He died
in July,lB6 6, aged 111 years, five months
and twenty days. .Be saw all his own
kindred buried, He ran a foot race at
the age of ninety years with his youngest
eon and beatlim.
gw- Milwanke is eicited over a gift
concert swindle that enplaned in that
city. It was the "Great Northwestern
Gift Concert," Ludlam, Bale & Co.,
proprietors. On the day of drawing it
was discovered that all the money ofthe
concern received in payment for tickets ;
over ri5,000 in all, bad been drawn out
of the bank, and that Aaron Ludlum,
senior partner, had disappeared.
gar During the confinement of Colonel,
Streigbt and hie companions in Libby
Prison, some of them, though in.differ•
ently provided with drawing materials,
so well imitated United States notes
as to find ready purchasers among the
rebels in exchange for provisions, One
of these counterkits . reached - the United
States Treasurtiir, the owner of it inno
cently supposing it irtitild'be redeemed.
ar The monument which the Penn.
eylvania Legislature directed to be built
ID memory of Cornplanter, the Indian
chief, is finistnid be soon dtdi.
ihir The Rev. Dr. Brainerd,.Paetor of
the oil Pine St. Pteebyterien f4hul,),
Pe., an To:may OVilkilit last,
A Boas Srozr.-7441funguy, during
a bear hunt, a very safte alutbeal; had
been mortally wounded, whpn all at
once a young girl; abotit twelve years of
age, rutted out of,the , thicket and threw
herself upon the expiring beast, giving
utterance to most lamentable cries.
With some difficulty this young savage
was captured by means of cords and
nets. It has been disciiered that a
peasant woman some twelve years ago,
lost her child, a little girl, on the out
knee of the forest and has never since
been able to obtain say tidings of her.
A certain Countess Erdceli has taken
the little girl under her care, and is
obliged to feed her on roots, honey and
raw meat—the usual food for bears.
1 MARRIAGE WITH A CONDn'ION:At One
of the churches in Paris a young woman
of the humbler classes, was married to a
young man in the same sphere of life.
The priest was making a few appropri
ate remarks, exhorting the young couple
to mutual affection and fidelity. After
he had finished, the bride, whose turn it
was, briefly said : " Monsieur le Cure, if
my husband conducts himself as he
ought to do, I promise that my conduct
towards him shall be irreproachable ;
but if he does not, why I do not bind
myself to , observe anything you hive
BUMMING Vallandigham, in
a private conversation with a Chicago
gentleman recently, summed up the po
litical situation as follows :
" The only question now is
the whale shall swallow Jonah or Jonah
the whale—that is, whether the great
Democratic party shall !wallow the
,heedful of Johnson men, or the Joimson
men shall swallow the great Demoiratic
or While three burglars were rifling
the shop of Collier & 'Co., of Peters
burg, V., last , Wednesday night, one of
them, a negro named Bob Johnson, was
shot by a spring gun, thirteen buckshot
being lodged in his hip and groin, inflict
ing probably a fatal wound. He 'drag
ged himself from the premises, and was
arrested next morning lying in an unoc
sr Several female prisoners attemp.
ted to escape from the jail io Memphis,
Tennessee, on the night of August 6, by
digging under the wall, and on being
discovered made an attack on the of.
cars with briekbate, &e. They were not
subdued until the hose of an engine was.
brought into reqosition, and they were,
drenched with water:
fir An affecting scene took place in
a colored:church in Richmond, Va., re
cently. A letter was read out in clutch
asking for information of a mother by a
daughter, who had been sold south thir
ty years ago, under the old slave regime.
Stother and daughter were both in the
church at the saute time and fled to each"
other's embrace with tears of joy.
or Indian corn in the Western States
has never proved more., 'abundant than
at the present season. Indeed it sur
passes—so the newspapers there say—
all former crops. This has given a great
impetus to the bog trade, and stock hogs
are being everywhere bought for fatten.
log for the fall and winter trade.
sir Goa. Geary fought in sixty five
battles, and had•hin o&y eon killed in
battle, on the eide of his country. Hies
ter Clymer during the war made at
least one hundred speeches, against his
country, and none of his kin fought in
the army. They all fought in theranks
of tha copperheads.
sr An Italian boy, 16 years of age,
bad a tooth extracted in Boston, in
'June, and ai blood continued to flow
from the cavity, he was taken to the
hospital for treatment. All efforts to
stop the flow, however, failed, and it
continued for forty-five days, when he
died from the seffects.
ear Old Romeo, one of Dan Rice's
elephants, broke loose in Buffalo lately,
and getting into.a well stocked garden,
proceeded leisurely to pack his trunk
and chest with all manner of vegetable
goodies. He had a roaring feast and
didn't leave much garden.
ar A boy, 14 years old, ate forty-one
green pears, and then feasted on green
apples and raw turnips, in Fair Haven,
Conn., the other day. The cholera final
ly came to hie relief and closed his mor
tal career. •
eir An Atlanta thief, who attempted
to steal a bundle of greenbacks_ from one
of the backs in open day,-was sentenced
to thirty nine lashes on the bare back
and one year's imprisonment.
fm A striped snake, four feet long,
was killed at St. Johnsbury, Vt., a few
days ago which contained fifty-seven
young stiakes, some of them seven inch
gar Over 2000 pounds of refined whit.
ing wee recently fonnd.in • large milk
establishment in Boston. his believed
.to be. used.in adulterating milk.
The chameleon, who is said to
Sied upon' but iir:ltes OE all
animals the nimblest tongue:
it While - ebatne
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A platform; was erected atjudiansio
lis on Wednesday for Senator Hendricks,
to make a J o hn s onbud
speech: on, in l
suicide of eccentric tastes hung "himself
on it before the meeting assembled.
Major Herm Von Borcke, who was
chief of staff to General J. B, B. Stuart
and contributed en account of his ex
ploits to Blackwood's Magazine, is now
on the stiff of Pritce Frederick Charles
Two rebels were shot near LEWIIIgtOP,
Mo., while atiimpting to remove a
Union rosette from the coat or a young
man who bad been in , the Federal army.
Southern papers complain of high
rent. In Montgomery stores rent for
$4,000 and small private residences for
$lOOO per annum.
A intrepid swimmer has crossed the
lake of Geneva between Belotte and;
Bellevue. The fent occupied about two,
hours and a half.
There are now eighty distinct manu
factories of paper collars in the Milted
States. From two to three millions of
paper collars are consumed every day in
the United States alone:
Over seven thoueandAuropean Mor
mons have passed up the_Missouri river
this season bound ,for Balt Lake city.
They are of the lowest and most degra
ded class of foreign emigrants who have
been collected by the missionary emis
saries of Brigham Young.
It is announced that watches are now
made in this country which wind then=
selvesup, but the mode of winding, is, ,
however, kept a profound secret. .
As one of the results of the war it
may be stated that there are at the pree
ent time in the United . States noi Jim) ,
than twenty-five manufactories of artifi
A young farmer of Upper Cooe,`N. 11.
had three calves, two colts, eleven pigs,
nine lambs—and a baby, added to his
inventory of personal property, the oth
The late law relieves our Iron Mas
ters from paying the tax of $2.50 on
every ton manufactured by them. This
with the new tariff, will greatly increate
the manufacture of iron in our own
At Atlanta, Georgia,. the Aimee of
thirty Union soldiers have been dug up,
and their bones scattered over the
A convention of Southern Unionist
will meet at Philadelphia on the 3d of
September next. In their own States
they are not allowed to meet, by the
very men who attended the convention
on the 14th inst.
er Mr. John Walker, of Columbus,
Georgia, died from the effect of a rat's
General Logan se.ys that A. Johann
ie the man made President by a - single
constituent—Booth, the assassin, and
that he well represents that lone consti
The town of Monte Christi, in &mt.
dor, was alinost entirely destroyed, by ,
fire recently. Loss $500,000.:: ,
Mr. A... H. Stephens was at Philadel
phia, but was not allowed by the man
agers of the Convention to make himself
heard. Free speech was suppressed in
order to deceive the people by a sem
blance of harmony.
It is smartly said by somebody that
the only constituent the President had
wag J. Wilkes Booth, and be's dead.
Gen. Lewis Wallace, late of the
Union army, a brave and able officer, has ,
been appointed a Major General in the
Mexican service, and is now engaged in
organizing a force.
Gen. Grant's new insignia of rank in
the army will be a goldan eagle in the
place of the-middle star.
The road from Strasburg to Munich a
distance 0f'250 miles, is an avenue of
Luther Freeman, of Bridgewater,
Mass., hung himself, on account of sor
row at the recent death-of daughtet.
John B. Alley, member of Congress
from the fifth Massachusetts • district,
declines being a candidate for re=elect
tion. The - field is thus left open to Gen.
In Central Georgia thousands of freed•
men are agitating the question of imme
diate emigration to Liberia. This spirit
was said to be rife among them.
A process had been discovered by
whicli India robber can be bleacLed to a
pare white, and after having been bard:
ened will be used for the =Laureano) of.
collars and cuffs. • • -'
Mrs. Ma . rtha Stewart and -Mrs. Rob,
ergs, of 'San Autonisi Tazaktawoeatly
had an impromptu fight with vevolvera.
Mrs. Stewart-waa badly winged: -
In Barre, Mono., jatelv a child fire
yeere old fell into it well twetvsieet
deep, in Which there was water ; to - the
depth of four feet, d opfl *it aut alone
General Junes. Nsg a—kystir •Eif : . the
idezion and do 1164-101r.diadjaididds
vino, on Woduordiy tOttraing.
or Miss Nettie Whyte, at Chicago,
/11.;the other:day, &elected st pair of
shoots at store, and, tiiitoig them in her
hand, - werit to the docin.sitying ilia want
-to eho w them to a friend, and 'mild
be back in a few , minutes; meantime
•would the obliging clerk be kind enough
to keep her little satchel for her I The
obliging clerk did so, but several more ,
thin a few minutes elapsed, and • the
young lady did not return. The little
satchel was: opened and found to be
empty. The clerk was indignant, for the
shoes were not paid for. A few days af
tor he rust her on the street and deman
ded payment: She had no money, but
asked if he-would take her waterfall as
security. He. would ; so she quietly de
tached it and gave it to him. The next
day she nailed at the store and redeem
ed her back hair.
A German paper relatett the fol..
lowing story of one of the late_ battles,
which is not altogether incredible :—A
young soldier in the midst or the tumult
of battle, thought he saw on the grass a
four-leafed shamrock growing. As such ,
a. plant is rare, and is considered to
bring good luck, ho stooped to take it.
Bt that very instant a cannon ball
passed over his hoed so near that he
must have been killed if he bad not been
bending down. The man so miraculous
ly saved has sent the plant to which he
owes,his life_to his betrothed at Konigs
ar There is a young Baptist clergy
man at Saratoga, N. Y., the Rev. Mr.
Frost, who is creating quite a sensa
tion, and promises in time to become a
Second Spurgeon or Beecher. He is six
feet font inches in height, stout in pro- ,
portion, and weighs some 300 pounds.
He has alroioe like Forrest, the actor;
only mach deeper and more resonant.
This clerical giant is a man of prodi
gious strength, and the Saratoga epoit
ing men who have seen him say that,
had he taken to pugilism, Morrisey
would have been an infant in his hands.
er The Hon. Thomas Faviog, of Ohio,
writes a long letter to the Hon. 0. H.
Browning, of Illinois, wherein he dem
onstrate. that." an old man is twice a
child." Mr. Ewing was an old-line
Whig, and when President Tyler sold
out that party, Mr. Ewing, who was Sec
retary of the Treasury, was among the
first membars of the Cabinet to resign.
He is twenty-five years older now, and
does not hesitate to folloi Andrew
Johnson, who may , be considered a sec
ond john Tyler.
A Saratoga correspondent says :
In consequence of the quarrel existing
between Morrisey and the.hotel keepers
the former intends to erect in Saratoga
the largest hotel_ in America.' It will
cost one million of dollars. Among the
stockholders are Commodore Vander
bilt and John . Davidson. The former
subscribee for $200,000 worth of stock
and the latter for $lOO,OOO, To punish
the Lelands and other hotel keepers for
the rates of board they have been charg
ing, and their stand against racing.
or The presiding justice of Shenan
doah county, West Virginia, having pub
lished a problamation warning persons
of both Sexes, who were in the habil of
annoying Union.citizens of Wood
stock by 'singing treasonable songs, and
making use of treasonable language, that
he would deal with them as disturbers
of the peace, was attacked and cowhid
e(' bythree of the "chivalry." Of course
they are reconstructed.
iad' "Why does a razor cat•better for
being dipped. in hot water?" , The edges
of all tools, instead of being perfectly
smooth, are.really toothed like a saw ;
and, when the razor is dipped in hot wa
ter. it causes then little teeth to expand
thus rendering the distance between
them smaller, and consequently giving
the razor a smoother edge.
- or 110842 Professor Morse announ•
cod to the Secretary of the Treasury of
the United States "that a telegraph
Communication on his plan might with ,
certainty be established across the At
lactic." The Prefessor has lived to see
the prediction of a quarter of'a century
The New York Episcopalian mils
that Madams Demoreet, the fashionable
authority, is likewise a- philanthropist.
She began life in an humble way. With
a pair of scissors and a piece- of = paper
she actually. began to cut-her iay iota
renown.- She has not he largest es
tablisluanwof the kind on the continent.
lir The same men wbo predicted the
defeat, of the Union armies , now &clouds
disaster to the Union - party. But as
soldiers who won victory in the Federal
many now almost entirely compose the
`Union party, we are jest as sure era po
-114 as we were of a
• Mill*, triumph.
1,:)620 The,Cologne Gazette states that
8000 Bitiariane were recently posteti in
wGerman town called Schleuringen, and
remained there for two days and-a half.
During this brief period shay consumed
90,000 gnarls of beer, an average ofsnore
than eleven quarts for each man.
or W. P. Brannan, the painter sod
*Kt tokod tike author-of-the knqwn,
comic semeo, !! pakjurarp - of a
itifingo," ,disd a in 41rnci tt , ls* week,
of infternalstion of the brain.
STATE ELECTIONS :—Elections in the I
several states comprising the Union. are •
as follows': _
New Hampihire--first Tuesday in
March. Oonnecticut—first Monday in
March. Rhode Island—first Wednes
day in April. Virginia—fourth Thurs
day in May. Oregon—first Monday in
August. :Alabama—first Monday In
August. Arkansas—first Monday in
August. Kentucky—first Monday in
August. Texas—first Monday in Au
gust. North Carolina—second Thurs
day in August. Vermont—first Tuesday
in September. Maine—second Monday
in September. Florida—first Monday
in August. Mississippi—fins Monday
in August. Georgia—first - We dneeday
in October. Indiana—first Tuesday in
October. lowa—first Tuesday in Octo
ber. Ohio—firtit Tuesday in October.
Pennsylvania—second Tuesday in Octo
ber. West Virginia—feurth Thursday in
October. Louisiana—first Monday in
November. Delaware—fitst Tuesday in
November. Illinois—first Tuesday in
November, Kansas—first Tuesday in
November. Maryland—first Tuesday in .
November. Massachusetts—first Tues -
day in Nov - ember. Michigan—trst
Tuesday in November. Minnesota—
first Tuesday in November. fdissonri—
first Tuesday in November. Nevada—
first Tuesday in November. New Jer
sey—first Tuesday in November. New
York—first Tueiday in November.
Wisconsin—firet Tuesday in November.
Colorado—second Tuesday in Novem
ber. South Carolina—fourth Monday
There are no State elections held in
the months ofJannary, February, July
and December. ,
A doctor has been arrested in
New Orleans and held in $5,000 bail, on
the charge of causing the death of a
little girl and a little boy, who, suffer
ing from chills and fever, both died in
two hours after taking some medicine
he administered to them. After the
little girl bad died, when the medicine
given to her was prescribed for her
brother, he said, "Uncle, I don't want
to take that medicine ; it killed army,
and It will kill me." "Oh, n o ," , was re
sponded, " It was not the medicine that
killed, your Sister." The little fellow
replied, " May be not, but I wish you
would let me see my pony before I take
it, because I don't. believe I will ever
see him again." Ile was shown the
pony, took the medicine, and in , an hour
afterward Wee corps'',
sir Mr. and Mrs. William Lavery.
residing at Albany, N. Y., retired on
Thursday night, leaving on infant boy in
his cradle neat the bed. During the
night the mother wee awakened by
feeble cry from the little one in the
cradle, and on taking him up felt that
his night clothes were soaking set.
She struck a light, when to her horror,
she discovered that the clothes were
covered with blood, and ou further ex
amination found dint one of the acme of
the child had been gnawed to the bone
by a rat, and that a bole was eaten
through'one of ire hands.
or The African Methodist Church
was organized in 1816, in Philadelphia,
under the auspices of Rev. Richard Al
len. It has now four bishops, all men
of moral worth, and some of them of fine
ability. They. number ,about 80,000
communicants, have , one college, and a
theological institution for the training - of
ministers. Their membership extends
to nearly every State in the Union, and
oleo into Canada, Africa, and to ;
but the largest, number of ministers is in
the Southern States. All their bishops
except one were formerly slaves.
ar Dog days are fairly upon us and
this is truly the sickly season. Do not
be without a supply of Coe's Dyspepsia
One in the house. It cures cholera
mortitie, cramps, pains and colic in eith
er stomach or bowels, is the only remedy
ever discovered that is a sure cure for
dyspepsia, and ie a splendid antidote for
disorders occasioned by . a changeof wa
ter or diet ; being promit,harbless and
certain in its action, we Cheerfully re
commend it - tikall classes.
or Mr. =Lemuel 'Lane, of Newberry
district, •8. 0., was brutally murdered on
the 10th lost , and $BOOO in specie taken
from - his premises. One of the murder:
ere, a negro man 'was pursued and killed
with 'slBoo on his person, and another
capt'u'red with eve or six dollars and the
pistol of-the murdered man in his pos
eir The great Copper Johnson con
vention in Philadelphia turned out
complete fizzle. The shrewd dodge =to
allow no speeches, was too palpable to
be not seen - through. After ' reading
their declaration of principles and a long
address on Thursday, t ey adjourned.
sir A man was arrested in him with
41:60,000 in counterfeit treasury notes
upon his _person. Ile bought off the
sheriff for $5,000, but was subsequently
rearrested by the sheriff . of Bourbon
county, Ky , on a charge of murder.
is ;kWh MTh* ettys that "Orriog to ,
the high price Anil.gral..l alisaiity..4 veal
la New York tap, ..meaey et.—the rust
fatisilys &soloing sitifisharealfee" T•hays
easy it helps to CM out a leg nv token,'
New Trimming and Variety ki lt
Opposite Diffenbach's old stand, a nd '
doors West of the Golden Itlort.4
Drug Store, Markel Stree t , a
ItILS. KARGARZT Ro
B EGS leave to announce to the Ladie
4 borough of Marietta and vicinity, th„ 4- ,
has just returned from Philadelphi
she laid in an entire new stock of
and useful TRIMMINGS &SDP/init.44
TICLES, I%OTIONS, &e., embratio,
Novelties of the Season, among wide; w r ap,
found the celebrated new style "hits
Trail Hoop Skirts; Plain & Raa tf n
Queen Roods, Children, Coo s i i
Plain and Fancy Mantua a n d v e l vet
/ribbons, 'Gimps, Cords and Tostett
and Btatons in endless vanetl,
Paper and Linen Collars and
Cuffs for Ladiee and Genf * ,
Hosiery and Gloves, Linen & Etub'd Col e ,
Zephyr Shawl., Plain & Etob'il 1144,:
Opera Caps, Silk & Zephyr k i d,
Suspenders, Gertnautown woo,
Twilight., Breakfast Cony',
Braids and Shetland !Vaal,
Bindings, Zephyr yarn,
Laces, Neok- Tie.,
BALMORaLS & SKELETON SKIRTS'
Corsets, elting, Edging, flutfleng, C ar d of
Fancy Fans, Kid, Kul-fiat:a Bilk ap
and White Lyle Thread Glove'', Silk
Mitts, Embroidery, Men'a Glove;
and Neck Ties, Pearl Cog
Buttons, Belt Buckles of
various styles, Tape
Thimbles, Silk Tassels, Emery NI, E nt
Soaps, Perfumery, &c., ' ,
Particular attention has been paid to the le,
letting of small wares, such as Sewing Silt
Cotton and Linen Thread, Whalebone, m g },
and Eyes, Needles, Pine, &c.
Li" The public are particularly requited a
call and examine for themselves.
g- Mrs. FL is agent for the sale of the cel.
ebrated Singer "A" Family Sewing Mecham
which took the first premium at the lave Nee
Y - ork State Fair. She will also tutu= per.
eons purchasing Iron) her, how to wore ine
E. REMINGTON &SON;
Of Revolvers, .Rifles, Musktt
For the United States &Tice.
Also, Pocket and Belt Bevolvere,
ilifie Canes, Revolving Rifles, Rifle and
Shot Gun Barrels and Gun ntsterialt,
sold by Gun dealers and the Dade
In these days of Housebreaking ~and Robbery,
every House, Store, Bank and Office should
have one of
Parties desiring to avail themselves of the
late improvements in Pistols, and superior
Workmanship and form, nil! find Aura ind
in the new
PP.- Circulars cols tain in& cuts and descnpdon
of our Asins will be furnished on uppircutios.
E. REMINGTON if SONS,
Ulu:, N. Y.
Moorm & Nrcnot.s, Agents.
ro. 40 'Courtland-st., N. Y. pl.d,p
WI & LIQUORS.
- H. D. BENJAMIN,
DEAI LB IN
• WINES & LI QUORS,
Corner of Front-st, and Elbow Lane,
BEGS leave to inform the public that 1 . 4
will continue the WIN E & Ll<tUOlt buti
nese, in all its branches. lie outland:
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wnes, Gins. Irish and Scotch
Whiskey, cordials. Bit . ten
A EN/ A I N'b
Justly Celebrated Rose Whisly,
ALWAYS ON ttaNn.
A very surerior OLD RYE WHISKEY.
just received, which is warranted pure.
13 — All H. D. B. now asks of the pubic
is s careful examination of his stock sod ph
ce9, which will, he is confident, result in lid
tel keepers and others finding it to their Ad
vantage to make their puichases from hire.
"OM' Maine kllul
Market Street, Marietta.
Havin aguin leased, from Captain Saul
D Miller, his old and popular Stiq,
would take this method of informing the Pl':
lie that he has just laid in an exeelleat tot'
of everything in the
Ready-made Clothing Line'
Over, Dress and Business Coats,
Pantaloons and Nests.
OF ALL GRADEO AND
Cloths, Casaimerea ani Vestings
hand, which will be cut and msde.up,oth.
the tastes of customers. Gentlemen 8 ; 0
rushing Goods, Milts, Drawers, Dose , Cu
Suspenders, Neck Ties, HATS AND
CAPS of all &c.,
IC at all kinds,
rices—from the Dail:
the cheapest. Call and sec for punitive:
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Marietta, February 17, 1866-Iy.
K EROSENE & GAS STOVES.
Tea and Coffee Boilers, Glue Puts ,
OIL CANS, ,s , C. C.
All the cooking for a family may be done wi ,
Kerosene Oil, or Gas, with lees trouble su
at less expense than any other fuel.
Each article manufactured by this
is guaranteed to perform an that is do °
for it. 113- Send for Cu - color.
A Liberal Discount to the Trade .
KEROSENE, LAMP HEATER C 4) ,/ ara
206 PEARL-ST., ricw-Yoat:.
THE IfiARICTIc" SODA WATEg lot
taindit4he Golden Mortar, in nOW 7"'
to dispenseiocil, healthy and refreshing Of
"ages. This drink is drawn from Mt:
lined fountains'. and is warranted WE
noXicine properties. eolo•
Those desiring to keep cool during the -
in hot season, will please remembe r
THE •• A RCTIC 'I AT gar i.
Dr. Landis' drug dtUfe, Market street,
cIIOICE Lot of gooks for children A
indtetructable Pleasure hooks i Schnolg",
•aper Books, Stationary, Pens Pen
rat. L t
U O G iI E
:S ee jerten
t Pearl CeO rkr Ar ' d
"Tir GPE IoR iA•
p EST Quality of Wines sod Lolr` •
JUr medicinal puipoirs, at JJ.