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MARIETTA. PA :
$41104g Yoh*, Oefobei- QO, 1866.
tar The following is a list of Congress
men elected at the late election. A.
gain of two, Jno. Covode and Henry L.
Cake ; Cops marked with a star (*).
Repoblicans 18; cops 6:
Samuel J. Randall.*lllysses Mercer.
Charles O'Neil. George F. Miller.
Leonard Myers. A.J. Glossbrenner.*
William D. Kelley. Wm. H. Koontz.
Caleb N. Taylor. Daniel J. Morrell.
B. Markley Boyer.*Stephen F. Wilson.
John M. Broomall. Glenni W. Scofield.
J. Lawrence Getz.*Darwin A. Finney.
Thaddeus Stevens. John Covode.
Henry L. Cake. Jae. K. Moorehead
D. M. Van Auken.*Thomas Williams.
Charles Denison.* Geo. V. Lawrence.
The train on which the Southern
Loyalists were going to Cairo was
thrown from the track by the intention
al removal of two rails. The engineer
was killed and four persons injured. It
is believed that it was designed to kill
Drownlow and Hamilton. They arrived
at Cairo, Illinois, on the sth, but were
prevented from speaking by a mob,
The national flag was torn from the
portico of the theatre in which the meet
ing was held.
fir At Georgetown, Ky., a few days
ego, the bodies of ten .rebel soldiers
were reinterred with great pomp. The
funeral cortege numbered five or six
thousand men, mostly rebel soldiers, and
all wearing red, white and red badges.
Basil Duke rode at the head of about
three hundred mounted men, formerly
of John Morgan's command, and John
Morgan's widow occupied 'a carriage in
eir President Johnson's eloquence is
excused by his London supporters such
as the fastidious Saturday Review, on
the ground that the 'American people
are so rude-and uncultivated that - every:
body who addresses them must adapt
himself-to their lew tastes. The univer
sal dieguSt which Mr. Johnson's speech
es have excited is the best answer to this
libel on the American people.
Sr There have been intimations in
newspapers and in political circles that
the President would probably modify
his restoration policy, and recemosnsi
the adoption of the constitutional
amendment, but there is no reliable an.
thority for the statement.
Or Judge Strong has decided against
the cars rutining on Sunday and has Or
dered an injunction to be issued. The
case will, it is said, be taken to the
Court in bane, or, what is more probable
an appeal will be ma de to the Legisla
tkr President Johnson has written a
letter to Mr, G. W. Childs, of the Led
ger, in which he states that De is satis
fied that no blame whatever can be at
tached to that gentleman in regard to
the publication of the celebrated des
rim' At a wedding in North Kings
town, R. 1., last week, the bridegroiam
got drunk, and was ridiculed by some
youngsters present, which so enraged
the bride that ehe stabbed two of the
boys, wounding one of them dangerously.
Or A Mademoiselle de Wilna was
recently murdered in Paris, under ro
mantic circumstances. It !'s said she is
a daughter ofthe Emperor Napoleon and
Mrs. Howard, his English mistress.
ter John Van Buren died on board
the steamer - Scotia, when within two
days of New York ; his body was
brought to New York; disease, general
debility. 'His age was 56.
Wln view of the -manner in which
the vote of Philadelphia was increased
during the late election, it is proposed
to call the Government workshop there
the Knavey Yard.
fir Gonzalee and Pellicer, the mnr.
derere of Senor Otero, were hanned on`
Friday,. in Brooklyn. They made a fell
confession, charging Viele with being
the chief assassin.
*dr The statement published in a num
ber of the Northern journals that Sec
retary Stanton was about to resign his
positionin the Oabinet and go to France
sir Within four months twenty-seven
State Legislatures will Convene—a suffi
cient number to ratify the Constitution
Or To JEtenry Wilson, of Massa
chnaetts, Itiiiiippblicly professed religion
in a Congrigid/Oritkohurch in Boston.
Ga Chicago ie to have a tiewapaper
printed in the Swedish language.
d!tughter.pf,the late nomposer
Meyerbeer, hag married a printer.
Nthas tit Matti'
George N. Sanders is in Paris again,
and looks decidedly seedy.
Blind Tom's musical talent makes the
Londoners open their eyes.
Morgan Smith, the negro actor, has
been very successful in London.
Byron's tombstone, at Harrow, has
been ball' clipped away by tourists.
Madame Jerome Bonaparte, of Balti
more, is writing her autobiography.
A company for artificial trout breed
ng has been formed in Vermont.
Lord Broughman, who is 88 years of
age, will make an address this month.
A drunken man in Alexandria hid.
$4OOO where he could not find it when
A London lady has promised Mr.
Spurgeon $20,000 for the foundation of
Prussian sheep hese been quarantined
at Harwich, England, for having the
A young African elephant, only 38
inches high, arrived in New York last
Thirty square miles of peat, from four
to six feet deep, has been discovered in
Humboldt county, Nevada,
The Russian ladies are wearing the
American colors, prettily arranged,
about their bonnets and dress trimmings.
Mr. Walter, principal proprietor of
the London Times, has left England for
a tour of the United States.
Mr. C. W. Ricketson, who died sud
denly iu Pittsburg the other day, had
his life insured for $BO,OOO.
The recent Church Cou'vention in
New York resolved to raise Bishop
Potter's salary to $BOOO.
A young German in Boston became
jealous of his sweetheart, and attempted
to murder her. Fortunately, however,
be was not successful.
A hospital for disabled horses of the
Metropolitan Fire Department, has been
opened in New York. Seventeen horses
can be accommodated.
A young man named George E. Ste
venson, has lost in New York gambling
huuses a fortune of $50,000, left to him
on the 12th-of May last.
Captain Simmons J. Shaw was acci
dentally shot and killed in Rapides par
ish, Louisiana, last week, by a lady
whom he was training to use the pistol.
A letter from Switzerland states that
a movement has been set on foot among
the Jews in Europe which has for its
object either to kuy or wrest Palestine
from the Turks.
General McDowell, commanding in
California, has issued an order authoriz
ing the enlisting and employment of one
hundred Indian scouts to , operate
against the Indians in. Arizona.
Dr. Elder, the well known statician
of the Treasury Department has resign
ed his position, which he has held for
the last five years- He will return to
his home in Philadelphia.
The Boston Free Public Bath statis
tics for September are as follows : Men,
7729 ; boys, 22,986 ; women, 1320 ; girls
2806. Total 41,723. The total bathers
during June, July, August and Septem
ber was 433,690.
At the funeral of an old lady at Vil
lage Side, in South Reading, Mass., on
Thursday last; those present were ad
dressed by a nephew of the deceased,
ninety-four years of age, while a .sister
was present ninety years old. ,
A pretty Jewess on board the Cunard
steamer Aleppo, which has just arrived
at Jersey City, had on her person $lO,-
000 worth of human hair, jewelry, watch
es, and other costly articles, which she
was trying to smuggle. She was arrest
Hon. A. G. Cattail was elected Unit
ed States Senator by the New Jersey
Senate and House of Representatives.
This loyal Legislature had before honor
ed itself by the ratification of the consti
tutional amendment, making Ne w Jersey
the fourth on the list.
There has just been erected in Mount
Auburn, Mass., a very elaborate and
beautiful monument to the memory of
William F. Harden, the founder of the
express business in America. The ma
terial is Fitzwilliam granite, and it is
cut in a very finished manner. It . cost
The Rev. Mr. Lindeley, who whipped
his little son to death, in Orleans county,
N.. Y., has been indicted for manslaugh
ter, and held to bail in the sum of
$12,000. He was recently arraigned
and plead not guilty. His case has been
postponed until the January term of the
A verdict was recently given, in the
Circuit Court it Jefferson county, Wis
consin, by which the administrator of
Frandis L. Bishop recovered $3OOO from
the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad
Company asi a damage for killieg the
little girl of ; he , deceased, aged' eleven
years. The train did not stop long
enough for her to get from the car, and
she mei; crushed to death in making. the
c. 4 5- - vs
In April, 1864, says the Wilmingt in
Daily Commercial, Edward L. Martin,
of this State, was convicted in the Unit
ed States District Court, for the district
of Delaware, of aiding and assisting the
rebellion. He was sentenced to pay a
fine of $lOOO, and the costs of prosecu
tion, all his slaves to be liberated, and
that he be disqualified from holding any
office under the United States. On
Thursday President Johnson directed a
pardon to be issued to Martin. It is
understood that Martin has been par
dotted in order that he may be appoint
ed United States Assessor of Internal
tir The work of cutting a street
through Font Hill, Boston, which is
densely populated, has recently been
commenced, and two thousand poor
people have been compelled to vacate
the premises occupied by them in con
Among the supporters of President
Johnson, who recently appeared at a
public meeting in Memphis, Tenn., were
Gen. Forrest, the Fort Pillow butcher,
and G. A. Henry, and of the Confeder
ate Senate, who proposed in that body
to raise the black flag.
The colored Union Leagues of New
York celebrated the anniversary of the
emancipation of their race in the South
on the 24th ult. They had a parade in
Broadway, and were addressed in Myrtle
Avenue Park, Brooklyn.
The Albany evening Journal publish
es fourteen columns of names signed to
the call for the New York State con
vention of soldiers and sailors opposed
to the policy of the President.
A keg of yeast exploded in an express
office at Freeport, 111., blowing a forty
pound bar of iron through the ceiling,
and seriously injuring the express agent.
Two colored soldiers were wantonly
killed recently, by a man named Philips
a deputy marshal, at Jefferson, Texas,
The murderer is still at larg3.
A Mrs. Spotten, in Columbia, Pa.,
last week presented her husband with
three children at a birth—two girls and
a boy. All doing well.
A Vermont lady, 83 years of age, is
reported to have read 'the Bible through
in five weeks and four days, - without
Gen. Rousseau bas begs re-elected to
Congress from Kentucky. There was
An effort is being made to induce A.
Q. Stephens to become a candidate for
governor of Georgia.
Grant's pay is $18,678 a year, and
Sherman's $13,518. Besides this, each
is allowed fifty horses.
The Boston Post says that in less
than ten years the negro labor question
will be lost in the Chinese question.
The Brooklyn Union announces that
Henry Ward Beecher will speak for the
Republican ticket this week.
The Cambridge ( Mass.,) School Com
mittee has adopted a resolution against
flogging in the public schools.
A man in Hudson, N. Y., committed
suicide on hie wedding night.
One returned soldier has killed anoth
er with an axe at Sheffield, Mass.
The King of Prussia is 70 years old,
and hale as most men of 40.
ar A horse thief, who was arrested a
few days since at the railroad depot Ed
dyville, lowa, after handcuffs were
placed on his wrists, obtained permission
to take what he called ague medicine,
which he had in his pocket. It, proved
to be strychnine, but he refused remedies
and died in about half an hour in the
greatest agony. He stated to the offi.
cer that he had served one term in. the
Penitentiary and was determined not to
or A young girl in Greenock, Eng
land, recently fell a distance of eighteen
feet, and thoroughly dislocated her neck.
A surgeon was called, who pulled grad
ually al3d strongly on her head- until . the
parts suddenly came to their natural
position, and after a.minute or two, reg
ular breathing was
child is now as well as ever.
®' Miss Finley, an heiress, eloped
with her dancing master, at Cynthiana,
Ky., and the pair reached the town o
Aberdeen, Ohio, on a stormy night.
Esquire Shelton, now in his ninety-sec
ond year, was awakened and the. knot
tied. Poor. Miss Finley !
An old lady recently died in Port
land, Me., who made, a vow at the 'age of
thirty-five that she would never speak
another word in her life, and kept it for
the remaining thirty-five years that she
lived. Here is an example for her sex I
One of the milestones erected by
Benjamin Franklin, when he was Post
master General, and was measuring the
stage road between Philadelphia and
Boston, is still standing in Stratford,
oar It is proposed to connect France
and England by a tune! . under the
English Channel. They are now boring
in the neighborlicod of pover, and be
tween Calais aiad:Boblogne;to`asie'rtain
the practibility. of-the` 66lienie. -
Tax LATEST Fesaroxs.—Since the in
vention and successful introduction of
the Celebrated Duplex Elliptic (or
double) Spring Hoop Skirt by Mr. J.
W. Bradley of New York, the ladies
throughout the country have given up
the idea of discarding the fashion of
wearing hoopskirts on account of the
peculiar and graceful mariner in which
the Duplex Skirts adapt themselves to
every exigency and emergency. So
generally acceptable have these Skirts
become that the ladies regard them as a
special favorite in view of the superior
flexibility, lightness and durability com
bined in their manufacture. They also
consider them a far more economical
and comfortable hoop skirt than ever
has or can be made for all crowded as
semblages, for the promenade or house
dress. Any lady after wearing one of
these skirts will never afterwards will
ingly dispense with their use. Long ex
perienc a in the manufacture of hoop
skirts has proven to the
this invention, that single springs will
always retain that stiff, unyielding and
bungling style which has ever character
ized them, whereas the double spring
hoop or the duplex elliptic, will be found
free from these objections. Notwith
standing the ability of the manufactur
ers, Messrs. Wests', Bradley & Cary, to
turn out over six thousand skirts per day
from their large manufactories in New
York, they feel obliged to request all
merchants ordering the Duplex Elliptic
Skirts, to send their orders a few days
before they are wanted, if possible, as
they are always most constantly over
sold some days ahead.
tfir Probably the oldest stove in the
United States, says the Louisville, Ky.,
Democrat, is one which warms the ball
of Virginia's capitol in Richmond. It
was made in England and sent to Vir
ginia in 1770, and warmed the house of
Burgesses for sixty years before it was
removed to its present location, where
it has been for thirty years. It has sur
vived three British monarchs ; has been
contemporaneous with four kingly mon
archs, two republics and two imperial
governments of France. The great re—
public of America has been torn by
internecine strife, the breaches partly
healed, and still the old stove remains
unmovable in the midst of all.
eir The South Carolina Legislature
has adjourned after a stormy session.
The black code was naturally repealed,
and all the civil rights except suffrage,
office.holding, and being a juror, are
now extended to the negro. It is re.
ported that Gov. Orr will recommend
the adoption of the Constitutional
Amendment and also a new election of
representatives who can take the oath.
Thus the negroes of South Carolina have
now accorded to them the same legal
rights they enjoy in our State.
sir The telegraph chronicles the loss
of some of General Lee's household ef
fects, pictures, letters, etc., from Arling
ton, as if this was a national calamity.
The residue have been restored to him
by the order of the President. Other
countries hang or banish leading traitors
but Andrew Johnson seems ready to
humbly apologize for the inconveniences
they suffered in the war.
A quaint old Methodist preacher
of Texas, years ago, used to announce
his text thus : "You will find my text
in the eighth chapter of Isaiah, ninth
verse. And ef;you don't find it thar,
you will find it, ef you hunt the book
through from t4innesis to Rivelations ;
and ef you don't find it then, you will
find a great many things which will do
you a power of good."
er A statistical table, exhibiting the
rates of increase of the population of
the United States since 1860, the date
of the last census, is being prepared at
Washington. In 1860 the population of
the. United States was 31 443,321, and it
is calculated that at the present time it
is fully. 35,500,000.
Ur The Roman Catholic Council at
Baltimore completely outflanked the re
porters the other evening, by carrying
on the debates altogeiler in Latin. It
must have been amusing to see the
knights of the quill who had assembled
to note the proceedings.
Gar The king of Hanover has bought
a villa at Hietzing, near Vienna, and
having no longer a throne, will live as a
private gentleman. He has saved abun
dant means. It is announced that the
Prince Royal of Russia will rale in
ear Maria Cavanagh and Hannah
MoLonghlin, girls of twenty years of
age, jumped' from Cragie's Bridge, Bos
ton, locked in each others' arms. They
were taken from the water by some boat
men, Maria Cavanagh dead and Hannah
lir A man at St. AthEinasa, Canada
applied coal oil to a cut on his wrist,
whereupon hie arm began to swell, and
the swelling extended to his whole body
causing his death in two days.
stir The trotting horse " India robber"
valued at $lO,OOO, was poisoned to death
at the Riverside Park, Brighton, Mass.
He was to have trotted against " Fear
less." and " Fanny Allen."
eir 4n old,maidis like an odd, -boot
—OE74 neciunt withoni a fellow,
LYON'S PERIODICA L 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 them a reliable, spee
dy and certain specific for the cure of all ob
structions and suppressions of nature. Their
popularity is indicated 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 -strength. Explicit
directions stating when they may be used, and
explaining when they should not, 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 Jorizi L. LYON, without
which none are genuine.
Prepared by Dr. JOHN 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. [Nov. 4-ly
13"ALLCOCK'S Porous Plasters. Whooping
Cough cured. Cay uga, Hinde co., Miss.
T. A llcbck &C o . Gentlemen:—Please send
me another six dozen of your Porous Plasters.
They are in great demand here for Wooping
Cough. They act like a charm. I could have
sold two dozen this week if I had had them.
Send as soon as possible and oblige
JOHN I. WILIIAHS, P. M.
ASTHMA CURED: Mr. William May, of 2 , 15
Spring-et., New-York, writes Jan. 1, 1556: I
have been afflicted with Asthma for upwards
of ten years, receiving no benefit from medical
men. I was advised by a friend to try one of
Allcock's Porous Plasters, T said I had tried
several kinds of plasters without any benefit,
and I supposed they were all alike. My friend
gave me one of Ailcock's and urged me to use
it. I did so and have row worn them steadily
for nine months and find myself better than I
have been for many years. Agency, " Brand
reth House," New York. Sold by druggists.
laDr. TOBIAS' Venetian Liniment. An
instantaneous remedy for chronic rheumatism,
headache, toothache, croup, colic, quinsy, sore
throat, and pains in any part of the body. Re
member, this article is a success—not an exper
iment ; for 19 years it has been tested. No
medicine ever had such a reputation as this;
silently it has worked its way before the public.
and all are loud in its praise. "Chronic Rheu
matism." Thousands who laid for weeks on a
bed of agony, and never walked without the
aid of crutches, with this co-nplaint, can testify
to the magical effects of this liniment. They
are cured and proclaim its virtues throughnut
the land. Remember, relief is certain, and a
positive cure is sure to follow. Headache of all
kinds we warrant to cure. Putrid sore throat,
quinsy and diptheria are robbed of their terrors
by a tirrely use of the Venitian Liniment. It
has saved hundreds the past three months.
Price, 40 and 80 cents a bottle • Sold by all
druggists. Depot, 56 Courtlandt-st., N. Y.
To CONSUMPTIVES.—The advertiser hay
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, flee 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 presuription is to benefit the afflicted and
spread information which he conceives to be
invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer will
try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing,
and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, FREE, b:
return mail, will please address
Rev. EDWARD A. Wil„sma, Williamsburg,
Kings County, New-York. 1.13'
la- The Moon's Volcanoes are engaging the
attention of astronomers, but the tet. orld of
Beauty and Fashion is less interested in human
discoveries than in the great question of turn
ing the heads that have been whitened by age
or sickness to a glorious black or brown hue.
Nobody now is such a lunatic as not to admit
that the finest and most harmless hair darkener
in existence is "CRISTAEORO'S HAIR DYE,"
which nourishes the fibres as well as changes
their hue. Manufactured by J. CHRISTA
DORO, 6 Astor House, New-York. Sold by
all Druggists. Applied by all Hair-dressers.
ERRORS OF YOCTH.-A gentleman who suf
fered for years from Nervous Debility, Pre
mature Decay, and all the etfects of youthful
indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering
humanity, send free to all who need it, the
recipe and directions for making the simple
remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers
wishing to profit by the advertiser's experi
ence, can do so by addressing JOHN B. 067
DEN, No. 13 Chamber St., New-York.
Deafness, Blindness and Catarrh, trea
ted with the utmost success, by J. ISAACS,
31. D., Oculist and Aurist, (formerly of Ley
den, Holland,) No. 519 PINE st., Philadel
phia. Testimonials from the most reliable
sources in the city and country can be seen at
his office. The medical faculty ire invited to
accompany their patients, as he has no secrets
in his practice. Artificial ryes inserted with
out pain, No charge for examination.
EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINES are superior
to all others for family and manufacturing
purposes ; contain all the latest improvements;
are speedy, noisier's, durable and easy to worlr.
Illustrated Circulars sent free. Agents want
ed. Liberal discount allowed. No consign
ments-made. Address EMPIRE S. M. CO, 616
Broadway, N. Y. - [xiii:6-iy,.
MANN/APE AND CELIBACY.—An essay of
warning and instruction for young men : also,
Diseases and Abuses which prematurely pros
trate the Vital Powers, with sure means of
releif. Sent free of charge, in sealed letter
envelopes. Address, DR. J. Sirmarr HOUGH
TON, Howard Assoeiation, No. 2 South Ninth
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. [ July 1,,66-Iy.
Irk Dr. Velpau French Pills are a benefit to
the female sex,but ladies in a delicate condition
should not use them if they desire an increase:of
family. SOld Dr: F. 'Hinkle; Marietta, lire"
by all - good druggists.
MALARIA EVERYWHERE. ---Rarely he,
' these been a season as fruitful as this of male_
rious diseases. Not only on the parairies a n d
in the valleys of the West ; not merely in
the old haunts of Fever and Ague and Bilious
Remittent. Fever have these prostrating di e .
eases been unusually virulent; but they ha ve
extended to towns and cities never before in.
festid with them, and have ascended the
mountains and attacked thousands of pe o pl e
supposed to have been placed by the law. of
Nature above their reach. Hence
compelled to admit that a fatal element per
vades the universal air this season, and should
at once resort to the only approved preventive
of its consequences, Hostetterte sto mata Bit
ters, a tonic so potent, an anti -septic so p er
fect, an alterative so irresistible, and a stimu
lant so pure, that it enables the human system
to resist and baffle all the predisposing causes
of disease. With the confidence that one
clothed in incombustible garments might nutive
among blazing buildings, the man who arms
himself against malaria with this powerful
defensive medicine may walk a fever -scourged
district fearless of its insalubrious atmosphere.
The intermittents and rem ittents at present to
general in all parts of the country may be but
the forerunners of a deadlier scourge now on
ite way westward from the far East. Prepare
the system with Hostetter's Bitters for a sue.
cessful battle with the mephitic causes of all
epidemics. Be wise in time. Sold every.
where —New York World. Nov. 6, 1865.
SCHENCK'S SEAWEED Tonic. This medi
cine invented by Dr. J/11. Schenck, of Phila
delphia, is intended to dissolve the food and
make it into chyme, the first process of diges
tion. By cleansing the stomach with Schenck's
Mandrake Pills, the tonic SOOll restores the
appetite, and food that could not be eaten be
fore using it will be easily digested.
Consumption cannot be cured by 'Schenck's
Pulmonic Syrup unless the stomach and liver
is made healthy and the appetite restored,
hence the Tonic and Pills are required in near
ly every case of consumption. A half dozen
bottles of the SEAWEED TONIC and three or
four boxes of the MA NDRA K E PILLS Will cure
any ordinary case of dyspepsia.
Dr. Schenck makes professional visits in
New York, Boston, and at his principal Ace
in Philadelphia every week. See daily papers
of each place, or his pamphlet on cons:imp
tion for his days for visitation.
Please observe, when purchasing, that the
two likennesses of the Doctor, one when in
the last stage of Consumption, and the othu
as he now is, in perfect health, are on the Gov
Sold by all druggists and dealers, price $1.50
per bottle or $7.50 the half dozen. All letters
for advice should be addressed to Du.
ScecEacK's Principal office, No 15 North 6th
Street, Philadelphia, 1 a.
General Wholesale Agents: Demos Banes
& Co., N. Y. ; S. S. Hance, Baltimore, Ma.;
John D. Parke, Cincinnati, Ohio ; Walker &
Taylor Chicago, 111, ; Collins Bros., St. Louis
Ira' ITCH !—ITCH 11—ITCH !! I Scratch
Scratch !! Scratch !! ! WII EATON'S OINT
MENT will cure the ITCH in 48 hours. Also
cures Solt Rheum, Ulcers, Chilbrains and all
er 'lotions of the skin. Price 50 cents. For
sale by all druggists. By sending 60 cents to
EEKS & POTT ER, sole ageots, 170 Washing
ton-st., Boston, it will be forwarded by mail,
free of postage, to any part of the Union.
STRARGE, BUT TRlTE.—livery young lady
and gentleman in the United States can hear
something very much to their advantage by
return mail (free of charge,) by addressing
the undersigned. Those having fears of being
humbugged will oblige by not noticing this
card. All others will please address their
obedient servant, Taos. F. CHArmAN, Sit
Broadway, N. Y.
D R. HENRY LANDIS,
DR. H. LANDIS,
DR. HENRY LANDIS,
At the "Golden Mortar,"
At the "Golden Mortar,"
Market Street, Marietta,
Market Street, Marietta,
Keep constantly on liana
Keep constantly on hand
Coal Oil Lamps and Shades,
Howe & Steven's Family Dye Colors,
Shoulder Braces and Trusses,
Papers and Periodicals,
Books & Stationary,
Prescriptions carefully compounded
Prescriptions carefully compounded
Remember the place,
Remember the place,
Dr. Grove's old Stand.•
Dr. Grove's old Stand.
Give us a call.
Give us a call.
COURT PROCLAMATION: Whereas,
The Honorable Henry G. Long, President
Hon. A. L. Hayesand Ferree Brinton esquire
Associate Judges of the Court of Common Pleas
in and for Lancaster County, and Assistan
Justices of the Courts of Oyer and Termine
and Ceneral Jail Delivery and Quarter Secs'
ions of the Peace, in and for said County o.
Lancaster, have issued their Precept to m
directed, requiring me, amongst other th
to make public proclamation througho
bailiwick, that a Court of Oyer and Termitic!
and a General Jail Delivery. also a Court o
General Quarter Sessions of the Peace 511
Jail Delivery, will commence in the Cont
House, in the City of Lancaster, in the Corn
monwealth of Pennsylvania, on the VIP
MONDAY IN NOVEMBER, (the 196) 186
in pursuance of which Precept,
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIFEY
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 0 '
La nc aster, in said County, and all the lusti
ces of the Peace, the Coroner and Constable.,
of the said City and Coun of Lancaster. ths'
they be then and their, in ty
their own Prop'
Persons, with their rolls, records and evalu
ations and inquisitions,. and their other remeln"
brances, to and in those things which to their
offices appertain, in their behalf to be done ,
and also all those who will prosecute ain,s
the prisoners who are, or then shall he, in I"'
jail of said County of Lancaster, are to be th en
and there, to prosecute against them se sr'
be just. Dated at Lancaster, the 15th day 0
October, A. D., 1866.
FREDERICK SMITH, SBERITT.
AT JOHN" SPAAGLER'S H,RDIVARE
SPIC F.BOXES, sugar boxes, fruit jars, win
door blinds, looking glasses, at
BROOM HANDLES, a choice lot received
and for Bale at -.7. SPANGESIVS.