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MARIETTA. PA :
SOWltij lffohling, septebibel• 1, 1860.
Major Genpral JOHN ;lict: GEAHY,
OF CUMB E RLAND COUNTY. '`
ENewinsTowanne-Ust.2 - =A . - change 'is
manifestly coming over the minds of the
English Governm,entin lespect to the
UniteSiatee, which will make all things
even between us at the last. The new
foreign Secretary admits that we have
grievanoes'to complain of; meaning, of
course, our 'Alaimo:la claims ; and if
matters proceed ais now loog, it would
not earptise us to see oaf British cons.
ins coming forward and offering, by their
just actions, to dO what Will bi sure to
make a bygone of the past and secure
our perpetual friendship for the future.
o w much easier at the kit is it to do
right than 'folio* its opposite . ; or to set
one's self- right, after having done a
wrong, than to persist in it. England
and the United States should have been
the closest of -friends all through the
late war; instead Of which she persisted
in exciting feelings in us which it is the
hardeit.of all possible matters to put
and keep down. '
ear The attempt to, have. Clymer re
tire willingly, is likely to prove nose&
easeful.. lle stubbornly refuses to budge
AD inch, contending that' the defeat
which .awaits. him would be . easier to
bear than the. dishonor of backing out
at this stage of the campaign. The
party managers, on the contrary, main:
taro that'the question being which shall
go under, the party or Clymer, thare is
no rOom.for a choice nor time to be lost
and that the gentleman should meet his .
fate with more iesignation. But eo far
he has been unable to be master of the
situation. Being regularly nominated,
be has the advantage, and at .the latest
advice' he' was fully determined to Use
it and maintain hie grdund.
tom' The rebel . General Beauregard
DOW in Europe,-is seriously considering.
the acceptance o( the., title of Prince
from the - Roumanians : of Moldo Walla
chia. 1.10,is to have
,command of the
military forces ; to , rank nest , to the
Hospodar ; receive $200,000 in. cash and
a large salary, and can also provide snug
berths for as many of his rebel military
friends as he chooses.
:1r; Frail:l'de Hall, formerly the
publishei'of the New - York CoMmercial
AdVertiser, died in New York, on Sat
urday last, aged eighty.two years. Mr.
Hall was born in England, but came to_
America when a boy, and" learned the:
. buSiciess. Hi entered the
Commernial'A!dvertiser office' in 1811,
and in 1813 tenable' part owner, contin:
wing his connection with it for fifty-three
years and finally leaving it in 1864.,
igir •boy,,eleven years old, named
Thomas Kelly, is ,ot►; trial in Charles
town, Mass., .fur the,;marder of , a lad
named John Gray,- years old.
Kelly, on last forirth..ofluly, fired a.pis
tul at Gray, thetcharge.taking , .effect in
his face and causing wounds •from which
be died on the 25th i.ult.,
lir The new iron 'roof in process of
erection over. the 'extensive freight de
pot of the Michigan railroad, at Detroit,
gave way and the ground. Clangs
of men were employed about the build
log and .on the roof at the. time, but
none were hilled, thensch several were
Mr. Edward Sullivan, a wealthy
citizen or St. Louis, said'to be
worth $150,000, Wile found- dead last
Thursday nightin a roo.in the Union
Bank buildintin that city.. ile had ap
parently been dead for • several -days:
The sum of $5OO was found in the room.
An old man pkyik,orFwecl tkt Mem.
Ohs, last weak, charged with being a
vagrant. On searching him, $7OOO
gold was found on his person, a,nd a gold
frame locket, co,ntaining a picture of J.
Wilkes . Booth,jet with diamonds,. and
valued at $5OO,
Sr A burglar was once frightened
out of his schatne' of l yobliery by the
sweet simplicity of a solitary spinster,
who, putting her dight.capped head out
of the window, .exclaimed; "Go away ;
ain't you iishained-1"
or John, Miller, it , lonely bachelorof
ontroserPa4ot tired Vflife and ended
his days. by • opening hie .jngßlar vein
with a pocket Itnife,a few daysAio.
sir Aat the bAll gixtha =at, Saratoga•
Spr.inge, IN. Y., on .Friday night, -the :
Coatitieb Itomirp;'of alvana, wore , dia- ,
monde to tipo , ,tiliieOrsA,o#o.
rat.l,t • • +
gyp' Dgedon 'l3lge&V,L:Yiatinastei at
oitizep, as-gored to 4p3att..by
a ball in-bleat town last week. •
Igor A hotel for the`epecial aceernmo
dation of headrests hie opened' tat
09/00474 -LOVA AIRPAIS.?.-A curious
lease of love and persecution has coins
to light in New York. A man named
iltomero fell in loye 4 witk his eons intend.
ed wife. and, Word°, to marry her, sent
Romero Jr., to Cuba. The latter was
-soon after reported to be dead, and the
wedding took place. Subsequently the
lonikg .man.,retarned - home,- when -his
father caused him to be arrested and
put into the lunatic asylum. The wife
has discovered the facts in the case, and
secured the release of her and.
Impel only love, and an interesting and
spicy lawsuit is now said to be- very
probable, growing out of tile eiceeding
ly romantic affair.
Morreurr.--Thereoseems to be fi
great, deal. of; Dysentery ;and - .ohdlera
morbus,about-jast now, and Our; list of
deaths is . much.larger than we arewsual
ly called upon to record.. - Eating unripe
or decayed fruit seems to be the princi
pal cause. Cos's Dyepepsia Cure will
be. found an' invaluable remedy for all
such troublee,_and should be kept in the
house and immediately need at the first
attack. - It is also a.sovereign cure for
dyspepsia, , in its worst forms. Those
who have - tried everything else and fail
ed, will rejoice that an infallible remedy
has been found.
sir To the unfortunate seaman Wm.
Hopkins, sentenced to be hanged for
the murder of Sergeant McCarty, official
clepency has been extended by Govern
or Curtin i land the; accused is again a
free man.' His counsel David Paul
Brown and J.. A. Owens, from the first
believed him to be innocent: It is great.
ly to their p ersonal exertions that the
result Ins been attained. The Govern
or at the•same time acted with due de
liberation, and personally visited the
prisoaer in the county jail to hear from
his own lips the manner in which the
affair was committed.
gar Therelas been in session for a day
or two in ,New York is convention of the
Tailors' National Union, composed of
delegates from all the large•cities of the
United States. The object of the con
vention is to consider various matters
connected with the trade and the pro
tection of the journeymen. A report
has been adopted recommending a fra
ternity among. the
_tailors somewhat sim.
ilar to the Masonic association, an In
ternational Union being proposed, not
cinly . with Canada, but with the tailors
of variouttiquropean• countriea.
sir Capt. Jacob. Dock . died at the
residence of, his - son-in-law, at Long
Branch, otrthe 7th of August, In the
66th year of his age. The captain was
well and favorably known in Harrisburg,
where, he resided- for a number of years.
After Iris removal he became engaged in
the city of Philadelphia as an extensive
transporter on the then Pennsylvania
State : line of railroad and canals, under
the firm of Bingham & Dock. Aftei lira
retirement from business he represented
Philadelphia in the Legislature. •
fir Trouble has arisen among the
managers of the Douglas monument cel
ebration at 'Chicago. The. Masons con
tend that, as the ceremonies will be
conducted by that,order, the proper per
don to lay the corner stone is. J. R. Gor
in, Masonic, Grand Master of Illinois,
instead of • President Johnson. They
algo'ddclare that, unless the programme
be altered; they will take no part in the
ceremonies. It is reported that the
Committee of Arrangements have decid
ed to grant the request of the Masons.
ar Anthony Ninninger, a native .of
Aisaco, France, died in Hariisburg,
Wednesday morning, at the advanced
age of 79 years. He served in the Na
poieonic ware, and at their conclusion
Was taken prisoner, and confined on the
barren (eland of Gibraltar. He was
taken from thence to England, and soon
after sent to Canada, as a.soldier in the
British army., While the troulaies were
brewing there be deserted, came to the
United States, a,nd soon after settled at
Harrisburg, where he resided until. his
Cr Gov: Cnitin has signed the death
warrant of Richard Thairwell. convicted
of the inuteder of Ilduseman,' in Fayette
county, some time ago. His execution
will take pleat hfonday, the first day
of..pctober next. Tn'this case, it will
be doticed, that for the first time the
custom of hanging men on Friday—pop
ularly known as " hangman'sday "-has
or Tile - death of George Dsbaldeston,
the once'famons spoftsman, in his 79th
year, took place at his residence n 3 on
don. or forty years ago the
sporting world was ringing with his re
markable Meats of horsemanship and
physical endurance, and he enjoyed ~the
highest reputation, whether. as
fox-hunter„oriek a etpliyer,..podesiriati or
fir A'ban k o institationjor.colored
poop i l! wea fornaatizeßeneA,Rry, 14orlay
~ 13leeker. and,
etreeta i New tork., -Several thOusand
dollarxiin same variing from.Slicititioo
wknai di/waited by. colored People:. The
'biriltlihtwas thronged with viatiOrsOf
both aexee, 'aihita and black, throng-haat
k A V"r r I r , W
4,1 N1; I
The little ship, Red, White and Blue
of 2} tone burthen,l , which sailed (ram
New York has made the - passage of the
Atlantic in 37 days.
Ths military authorities at New Or
leans report the number killed in the
're - cent riots it'3B ; Wanda; 146.---"'
Napoleon's birthday was celebrated
by the French residents in San Francis
co on the 15th.
The dedication of the National Oem
ettikaf Antietam i which' was; to tate
place on the 16th Of' Septnniber, has
been postponed for one year. , ,
Thirty insurance companies of New
York have paiii51,335,200 of the losses
by'the Portland fire.
The Unconditional Union Convention
of Maryland met at Baltimore last week
and appointedhlelegates to the Bouthern
It is rumored in :IStorfolk, Va., that
Henry A. Wise's property has been re.
stored. . .
Ex-Gov. Hahn, of Louisiana, is is St.
Louis. He suffers from wounds received
from the New Orleans rioters.
- One hundred prisoners were discharg
ed from BlaCkWell's lsland,'New York,
on the 13th for " sanitary " reasons.
One of the discharged, a woman, had
been committed one hundred and fifty
The Prussian govermnent has reject-,
ed Napoleon's demand for territory on
It is stated that' General Daniel E.
Sickles has been ofered• the Colonelcy
of the Second Colored Infantry, with a
brevet Brigailierehip in the regular army
and that he has declined the appoint
Champagne is sold on draught in
Hamburg, just as beer is in this country.
Nearly . 3oo,ooo persons used the • pub
lic baths in BOston during July. •
An orphan newsboy has drawn one
fourth of the $25,000 prize in the Ala
bama State lottery.
A woman, named Gould, in Chicago,
is charged with having murdered her
babe by burning it in her own shanty.
In Louisville, Ky., Hon. James PrOth
rie returns: an income of - $53;302, and
Prentice, or the Journal, $13;400.
The Boston . Post says that Senator
Anthony is called by the pretty Wash
ington girls " the rose-bud Senator."
There are noless than thirty different
varieties of plants used as substitutes
for green tea, and probably twice that
number of substances are substituted for
The people of Lenox, Mass.,. are
greatly incensed against. a, young lady
teacher, for cruelly whipping a four-year
old child:who mispronounced a word.
The teacher has , been dismissed and
sued for assault and battery.
A. drunken Indian has been arrested
in Washington for _stripping himself
naked in the street land stoning folks.
Be did aoy quantity of the gutteral and .
insisted on being a sign. for tobacco
Dr. Seldon Cady, of Canaan, 'Colum:
bia county, N, Y:, while engaged in
shooting rats in his barn, a few days
since, accidentally shot his son, a lad of
nine years, through the heart, killing
In Memphis the brfeklayers not satis.
Bed with the age they are at present
receiving, have struck for seven dollars
Sweet milk is often administered with
success -as au antidote -for poisons.
White of egg -is _even more_ beneficial,
being an antidote to; a more. extensive
range of poisons than even the milk,-
A man named' Caleb
a Wagon, Weighing" -- five'' - liandre'd — and
twenty - pounds, eleven and a quarter
miles, from Mantua" . to Ravenna, Ohio,
in ahoui eight.hOurs,or a wager of $4O.
The thermometek was' 'at: 97 degreee
A few weeks : since, a farmer in Osw.e.
go county, N. Y., who, was working lea
lay field, stopping,to rest:for a - moment
took apiece of sword grass in his nronth
and , was strangled to.deall by its becom
ing entangled inlis windpipe.
The celebrated' - horse Dexter made
the unprecedented time of - 2'minutea and
18 seconds at the Buffalo race on Sat
urday. - -
Senator Chandler _heads , , tfig income.
list 'in betroit: He
,returns t 461371,
The nest i largeatincoole la that
Case, deceased $30,034.
, A. live turtle:wee .reeelveii; in - Itoehee2.
Serby mail tiuttlie49th lost:lithe iitiitfilpe
a rub atiAlreds bele g lasted , ow hie
The Union I.7eagneikre4iled
for, political . pOrithies. ' '
Ajoi;in. titles 1500_ tone ; of copper , Ruzil*l-.
ly in pke - maTit:Etottire l of3li9s, aud3
FR. ,i'An tm sirenit
It is reported that . Basil W. Duke, !
one of John Morgan's guerilla band of
cnt;, throats and horse thieves, is about
to,write a history of the campiiigns of
his redoubtable chief. Being Morgan's
brother.in law, and having been his con.
ataot companion thrthigh all the raids
made by Morgan, he is doubtless well
able-to accomplish the task: It 'was' a
common saying during the war that
John Morgs.n's brains were under Basil
Duke's'hat, and it is likely that to the
superior attainments of the latter that
the former was so long able to continue
on his 'career.
A' vessel on entering the harbor of
Charleston, South Carolina, last week,
struck a concealed torpedo, the exist
enee of which . had been - forgotten- by
the authorities. The schooner explod
ed the machine, blowing her bottom out
and instantly sinking her. One man
was drowned with the boat.
Robert H. Benedicf, a stone guarder
at Schenectady, purchased a second
hand coat in that city two years - oboe,
and, has justAliscovered $l3O =in green
backs sewed in the liningfotOne. of the
sleeves:. • -
The New York Citizen begins a re
view of "Four Years in the Saddle" by
sayiug that it " purports to be written
by one Harry Gilmore, a gentleman re
cently engaged in the horse-stealing
The Charlestonians' ears are fatigued
by the continuous rattling of teams load
ed with rails torn up during Shermau's
march, which are being sent north
have the " twist " takes out.
. Mr. James E. Murdoch:the tragedian
has a large farm in Ohio, and recently a
town in i t he vicinity has been . named
Mtifdoch; and a post office established
there by the government.
An insane woman in Mobile, :Alabama,
on Sunday, threw her infant into the
red hot furnace of a rolling mill, Where
the iron wee fusing. The child was in
stantly burned to e. crisp, bones end all.
The colored Convention at Nashville,
during its late session, set apart the first
day of January next as a day of fasting
and . prayer, on account of the murder of
Abraham Lincoln. . •
Isham G. Harris, ex• Governor of Ten
pessee, who is one of the colonist's of
Cordova, in Mexico, says he works
harder than any freedman in-the loath=
ern States. ,
At-Newport, East Tennessee, two ex
rebels were recently sentenced to five
years' imprisonMeht in the penitentiary
for taking a gun from a Union man in
Eighty years.ago there were but '60,-
000 Catholics and twenty-five priests in
the:United States, while now there are
4,400,000 members of the church and
A clergyman who weighs three bun
cired poanda is ;the latest sensation" at
Airs. Jeffereon Daida ja is Canada on
viait to her children.
cr A negro woman named Sarah
Miller, died in Columbus, Ga., on the
sth inst. The deceased
eight inches in height, and measured five
feet around her . chest. Her weight was
seven hundred and ninety eight pounds,
and it required the muscular efforts of
six Arcing men to remove the body from
the upper floor , of the tenement in which
she died to the hallway where she was
to be coffined. 'clie'remains were buried
un - der the direction of the Commission
ers of ChtCrities and Corrections.
Mrs. Jeff Davis writes to :a_ friend
in Charleston thus concerning her hus
band ; ":Mr.'. - Davis,is not slollY but
surely wasting away, and Ilook - forifard
to his Maker's, release, if,
..man Aoesi net
soon afford :him .OEIO. " It is . Very .. kind , of
you to ask what he wants';' but,' beyond
siagarsZand. a little - Madeira' Or 'Sher'ry
wine, he seems twdesire i3othing."
Ow Dean Itichmon'd, a well known
New*York politician, died in that city
on Monday morning, 'filter a hrietillness.
Mr.'Richmond was born in Woodstock,
Vt., Mfkrch 31, 1804, and. was conse.
fluently just upon his 63d year. He be
longed to the radical democratic rebel
school of politics during the war.
• fir Joseph Robidoux, the founder of
the city of St. Joseph, celebrated his
eighty-second birthday-on August 2d.
Mr. itobidoni was the first-white man
that penetrated : the Upper Missouri
country when St. Louis was a mere trad
ear A deserter from the rebel army,
with a coonskin cap, cowhide gloss and
rags of indescribable. color..Jl .been,
found in the , wOods of Florida where he
had.been, for two ..years. He had dust
heard'of the close of : the war , and was.
hatiting.up.a Federal _ officer to get -pa-.;
Thli-Lebtioom Valley end Phila'-
doil Oda an dißeadi cbinpari!esi
sold mere . 7 :tiekelte .- to the
greet ieriOgiltherini at Read'tng,'thaii
weie disibabdjot the - 'sating place
.!.x • -
ig-A sqtrjer, daffe l tspently.qe .. wAom,
MALARIA EVERYWII ERE.—Rarely has
theta been a season as fruitful as this of meat.
rioirs-618eases. Not only on - the parairies and
in the valleys of the West ; not merely in all
the old haunts of Fever and Ague and Bilious
Remittent. Fever have these prostrating dis
eases been unusually virulent; but they have
extended to towns and eyma s Tiever before4n
fested with them, and have ascended the
mountains and attacked thousands of people
supposed to have been placed by the laws of
Nature above their reach. Hence we are
compelled to admit that a fatal element per
vades the universal air this season, and should
at once resort to the only approved preyentive
of its consequences, Hosteiler's Sto mach Bit
ters, a tonic so potent, an anti-septic so per
fect, an alterative so irresistible, and a stimu
lant so pure, that it enables - the human system
to resist and baffle all the Pr l edisposing causes
of disease. With the confidence that one
clothed in incoMbustibte gartjkents might move
among blazing hnildinki; tbt man who arms
himself ' agaipst malAria . 4h this powerful
defensive medicine may walk 'a fever-scourged
district fearless Plits.l4saluthous atmosphere.
The interMittenti andmpittents at present 10
general in all parte of-the country may be but
the forerunners of a deadlier scourge, now on
its way westward from the far East. Prepare
the systemwith Hastetter'S Bitters for a suc
cessful battle with the mephitic causes' of all
epidemics. Be wise in time. Sold every
where.—New York World.-Noe. 6, 1.865.
LYON'S PERIODICAL Deeps. The great fe
male Remedy for Irregtdaritiee.—Theee Drops
Ire a scientifically Compounded fluid prepare.
tion, and better than any Pills, Powders or
Nostiums. Being liquid, their action is direct
and poiltive, rendering theml,a reliable, spee
dy and certain specific for thi cure of all ob
structions and suppressioes of nature. Their
popularity is inditated by the fact that over
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
taking the place of every other Female 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 removal of
all obstructions of nature, and the promotion
of health, regularity and st'rength. Explicit
directions stuting when they may be used, and
explaining when they should not, nor could
not be used without preducing effects contra
ry to nature's chosen laws, Will be found care
fully folded around such bottle, with the writ
ten signature of JOHN L. LYON, without
which none are genuine.
Prepared hv Dr. Jon Dr L. LYON, 195 Chapel
street, New-Haven, Conn., who can be con-
suited either personally or by mail, (enclosing
stamp) concerning 1111 private diseases and fe
male weaknesses. Sold by Druggists every
where. C. G. CLAR' & Co., Gen'l Agts for
U. S. and Canadas. 1.13 r
BLACK AA A CRONY, a few years since, was
many a splendid head that is now grey or griz
zled.. Why not resteri to the yet unwrinkled
brow its raven honors? Five minutes "effects
the splendid transformation. In less time than
a rifleman, would take to Lead And Fire, three
times, the grayest head may be made darker
than the Raven's - wing. No matter of what
undesirable tirdthe haii: or whiskers or 'beard
may-be, the change to a.superb 'and perfectly
natural black or brown is accomplished.by one
application Of CH/STADORO'S lIA/R DYE, With
out staining the skin or injuring the filaments.
Matinfaciured by J. CHRISTADORO, 6 As
tor House., meet/-York. Sold by ail Druggists.
Appli...d by all flair-dressers. -
JETTERS REMAINING uncrairited in thc
Post Office at ...itlaiiettit. Pa. ' T4TrasnAr,
• AtiGusT 30, 1866.
Clims; Mrs. Anna Meekly ' Miss Kate 2
F.ppler, Mr. John . Miller, Mr. Amos
Fisher,.Mr. John Maloney, Mrs* B. care
Coodinan, Mit. F. of Tolin Moriarty.
Horst, Miss Anna Mtillen, Mr. James
.Hetiderson, Mr, B. F. Miller, Mrs. Mary
Judy, John - Miller, Mr. 'Aaron
Lindett uth,ll , lr.• H. Parkhurst; Mrs. H.
Meshic, Mr. John
its= To Obtain any of these letters, the ap
plicant must eall for "advertised letters," giv
the date of -thie list, and pay one cent forAd
vettisit.g. A812,111A.M. "CASVTL : P. M.
TUE MASON & „HAMLIN
. Cabinet Organs,
nirty different styles, aoapted to 'sacred and
secular - music;-for $BO to $6OO each. FIFTY
ONE Gold or Siltnr !Medals, or other first.pre
miums awarded them. Illustrated Catalogue Li
bent free. Address, 'MASON & Bos
ton, or MASON BROTHERS, New-York.
Septem'mr 9, 186.5-Iy.}
It Ob'ERT C. HARMS.
P LA StERIIII.
Having locetted in, be ti.orptigh of Marietta,
would respectfully offer his services to the
public, and being deter mined to - do his work
well, and at reasonable prices, hr hopes to merit
and 'receive alberal share of publie, patronage.
C pring Shawlillalmorals GloVes, Hosiery
Belts and Buc'cles,,Embroidered Handker—
chiefs and Collars, Mourning Collars and.
Veils, Head Nela and Dress Trinimings. •
• .A full Supply at.' '
A H. N E ST 0 CIQS Nonpaieil Chemical
Writing Fluid now ready ,and for bale.
1 - 111.. - H. LANDIS is the sole agent for the
jj Sale of 11114 H LF.11. 2 $ BITTERS, in the
Borough of Marietta. For sale at the
,1N.4./.4111...0F AMERICA, foi beautifying,
rj , the , ecimpleition - ,;auftthung The.-akin;
moving tan, freckles and pjtaplee,
,ale at Dr. Landis' t•qolden •gurtar."
• . ,
MO LANDLORDS! .TAist rce.eixed,,Scotch
I and Irish WHISKIE'4, waillsa
Tir Al ft ROLLS, the latest fashion—call in
at Mts. ROTU'S Variety Store'andeee
them-all, the rage new, in,the cities.
A LARGE LOT . OF. BITI , F WINDOW
Aokk ApES 41A remark ably. los,y prices--
tto close' out' * SeAsiiiii.R:
VEEP 01.1 T THE FLIES ph n eap ap4.or- 3
e - ntat 'dish co - veil'of wire;''at' •
OPIC EBOXES, ougai boxes , frnft Jaraiwin
dow plinfis, looking- gloms, of
ict T. C/cO/2E,Arfn , NEW ENgLAND•RUIVI
to:fcir pillinUry‘purpeuee, warrtuktiit gen ume,
•- • • : 1 .H: D. 13imamiii.
'BASS poreeliiri line(' pietier yin iceitlea,
cheap;lit. -- ER's.
ROGER'S .Celeorated Pearl Lew
Oil Paste .131 S c
GOkingDElY at ovrti___,;NH,s
RAIL SKIRTS. --Go' ta
and , see `them.
JEEP C 0.9. 1 1!, Water coolers tit.
ILL^ .4 i tqcq,,Deed F i , .
;}l. Ne.*.e iit 'erne
E. REMINGTON &S
For the United Stater S erv i ce.
7 ?ifle Canes, Revolving 41E3,1)4/lean,
Shot Gun Barrels and Gun )t eTicti ' s
sold by Gun dealers and the Trade'
In these days of Housebreakin g
h ave Roh6,
one of Rouse; Store, , Bank and og te douti
lidoirOoni ilebolkh d .
Parties desiring to avail themselves a l
late improvements in - Pistols, a n d , 4 , 161
workmanship and form, will find all comtised
in the New
zr Circulars contain ingeuts and description
of our -
Arms will be furnished on application
E. R.E'AIINGTON Ar SONS,
MoonE & N.TcHoLs, Agents,
No. 40 CourtlanOt., N. Y. rim
WINE. & LITIOAs,
El. D. BE
WINES & LIQUORS,
Corner of Front-st., and Elbow Lane,
BEGS leave to inform the public that In
will continue the WIN E & LIQUOR bu i.
ness, in all Ate branches. Re Will collet ti
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins. Irish and Sofa
Whiskey, Cordials,Bitters4 c . , •
Justly Celebrated Rose Whi s ky,
ALWAYS ON RAND.
A very surerior OLD RYE WHISKED.
just received, which is warranted pure.
Y - All H. D. B. now asks of the pubic
is a careful examination of his stock end pry.
ces, which will, he is confident, result in Ho ,
tel keepers and others finding if to their a±.
vantage to make their purchases from him.
" 01b. alainut "
Clo thcila g Store,
Market Street, Marietta.
JOHN 1 7 0 ULKS
Having again leased, from Captain Sang
D. Miller, his old and popular Ciothingstasl,
would take this method of informing the pub.
lie that he has just laid in an exceileat
of everything in the
Ready-made Clothing Line,
.orer, Dress and Business coso,
Pantaloons and Vests,
OF ALL GRADES AND PRICES,
Cloths. Cassimeres an 1 Vesting, alwayin
hand, which will be cut and made-up wait
the tastes of customers. Centletuen', Fur
nishing Goods, Shills, Drawers, Hose, GOilafi,
Suspenders, Neck Ties, HATS AALD:,a
CAPS of all kinds, &c., &c.
iCrGocals at all prices—from the finestts
the cheapest. Call and see foryouzdzivks be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Marietta, February 17, 1566-Iy.
GEO. W. SULTZUACII,
TANNER 4 , LEATHER DEALER,
Having purchased the reinainingslockna
hand, and leased the Tannery and tixltires of
his late father, Henry Suitzbach, deem:A.li
now prepared to accommodate the cusionien
of,the old ntand, an? the putlie generally,
with everything in his line, at such prices 0
cannot fail to give entire smialaction.
stock will consist of
Oak Spanish and Slaughter Sole
Valve and Hem!oak Leather,
Kips, Waxed and Grained Uppa%
SPLITS, HARNESS, BRIDLE &
11:' Lash paid for Hides and Skrns•
Marietta January 6. 1866.-ti
THE EXCELSIOR FRUIT JAIL
best in the market; the inanufactu•
rera are unable to supply the demand.; in Sl
periority over all others is fully acknowledged
by all who used t hem last year. They require
no putty or cement of any hind; ew be Et
curely closed in a moment, and amen once
properly elosed tilt re is nu danger of any frail
spoiling. They are neat, being wade of OE3
—have a wide mouth and can very coi' b°
Fur sale at JOHN SP ANGLER'S when
can be seen t jar of Fruit put up in oiled
these jars last year.
Having thoroughly tested the
Fruit. Jar and after using many other grade
accord to' it 'superiority over all others i: pR'
serving fruit, ease of securing it ad ,n filet i 9
every way do I consider it Wits
MRS. It. J. SPA.
Atlee 11. D. D. D. 6 "
e n,FTEREI his services in either the °rela tive ',
=Surgical . or Mechanical Deparuants
Teeth extracted without pain, by tread
ministration of the `s Nitrus Oxide Gas
Ether. OFFICES: In Marietta every 1 : 1 1 3 ;
day and, friday, in the "st. John House,
Corner of Locust and Second BtS.,
Marietta; April' 14, 1868.-601.)
K EROSENE & GAS STOVES.
TE A &COFFEE BOILERS, GLIM: POTS
OIL f,ANs, $ C. a-c.
All the cookihg-for a family maybe dooe‘ c
Kerosene-Oil. or Gas, with less trouble BD
at less expense,than any other fuel. ,
Each article mianufactured thie Co n1" 2 , 1
is"guaranteed to perform all that is clO e
for it. AZ' Send for Circular.
A Liberal' Discount to the Trade.
KEROSENE LAMP HEATE R CO "
206 PEARL-ST N w Your D
T" "ARCTIC . " SODA WATER ran
'fain, it the Golden Mortar, is 110 n. re . 5 .'.. 11 .
to dispenae , eo6l, healthy and rellebbiug L!,,
erages. This drink is drawn from Porne‘.o;
lined fountains. and is warranted rags 1 '
desiring to keep cool during the
ing hot season, will please remember
THE "ARCTIC" AT Meal'
Dr. Landis' drug store, -Market street,
etta.. , -
CHOICE Lot of .Boaka for children c
indtstructabte Pleasure B A ooks • Schoo
'Paper Books, Stationary l scd
&c , at • DR;P en s,
ki - celebrated