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5`41411a1LY21:9i90, ba~jtieh,t7 w _ t 866.
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or A shortftir ago.an old mend ?f,
Secretary Sewaid'wrotb i to /. `him that
noancea President Johnson and Secre
tary Seward se drunkards and complete
ly under'' the control 'of a vile and vicious
female." The writer after stating the
case in detailtitilimated an expectation
that the aharge would be anthoritatiVely
contradicted. Mr: Se7ard,
stood on ;‘high'pints,":replied"that' "I
am not appointed 'or authorized ,to vie
dioate the PieSident against personal
calumnies," and contented himself with
saying that uncharitable views had al
ways been taken of him by those oppos
ed to hiin,'and'he alway 4 expected it.
Tho,Lady's.Friendt and - Saturday
Evening Post, the tormerlpublished by
Desconi& - , P.eterson and the latter 'by
Peter.sen ikCch,Al7'.4Wainut .street,
Philadelphia, offer.great inducements to
subscribe to these ffaluable publications.
Capital new stories • are announced,
written,, by llirm-A,Henry Wood, Emer
son Bennett, and other well known wri
ters. Either can ,be had,logether with
a large premium engraving,. f0r52:50,.0r
one copy, eaclr, of, the Post and :.Lady's.
Friend for $4:00.
Gr It wee said in the hearing of a
New Jersey 'Quaker lady that Mr.
Johnson threatened to kick out all
holders who do not also hold "Eny 'poli
cy." " John," she liquired With
delightful naivette;" but John, can he
do it? Does thee think he can stand
on one leg long enough to kick tiny
or On Sunday, morning, two brothers
named Baker were out shooting in• Col
chester, Conn. One ,of them raised his
gun to fire at a bird, when his brother
stepped in frent of him and received the
whole charge,' causing almost instant
death, but not before he had time to
exonerate his . brother frorh any
tom' The Supreme Court of 'lndia na
by a unanireoui -vote; et the 31st tilt;
decided that i. 4 theol3th'articie' of - the .
State Constitution, called the ." black
article," which forbids - , negroes from
coming into the State, to be in conflict
with the Constitution of the Uriited
Skates ; and as such to be null and' void.
There.le at present being -exhibi
ted in Ireland a boy of enormous size;
who was born Novernber 7, 1849. He
weighs 512 pounds, measures across 4 the
shoulders 1 yard and 2 inches; 73'inches
around the waist, 30 round ethe calf of
the leg, 22 around the muicle of the inn .
and above - a Yerd iiriitind the,
sr Henry J. Raymond was educated
at the. Genesee We'sleyian. Seminary,
New York. and the ettidenti of the in
stitution lately Investigated the records
to find which JO the rivasecret BOCietlBl3
he belonged tp. They' were rather
amused than , astonished to find .his intine
on the rolls of .both.
ger Who wi ll
t say, that. the world
doesn't move, sinc . eMaisachusetts has
elected , tWo kilabk then to the Legisla
ture, arid 'the 'Nei York city democracy
a black leg' snd
Morrissey—to Congress.: There is, hew
ever, not enough •of either stripe. to 'do
any . .`. - • . ••
fir Mi. ATeiy has refused to, surren
der the ofte'of ps. Aseoseor for 'Bac
rameniii-DistricttO John _Bigler, who
has a commission from the President, on
the ground that, the
tion required,omatlimation by the U. S.
Senate. The matter has .been: -referred
to Washington. , . !
sr The EMpresso I Me4cO, so*
called the princess Calotta,;ls said Co
be ailliCted with aieligions monomania,
always bewailing the injuries done' to
the church inliexico, and "that her case
is hopeless of cure. It is said the un'-
fortonatelady has attempted "suicide! by
jumping from . a window.
It is reported.tbat . Mr. John Hop
kins, the richestdanta notr.in Baltithore,
proposes, to present tc.that city, for a
public ,park, his - pplendid.country seat of
six hundred acres on the Harford road.
igar One hoop skirt establishment. in
Nevi Verk employes seventeen hundred
persone;':and: Ifses"tliree" tons of - steel
daily in the-pkYdnetion of hoop•skirts.-
Gir Dr. Robinson of -Utah, Superin
tendent'OrthiConly Christian Sahbath
Soho&lii&Salt.Lake city, was murdered
by Mormons on the 24th ult.
Or that ihii
an Goys runientfine f itihieti.• cninihnid
0 6 , 6 1/PiEleicq f,10;1-0911044 . 1".. •Ke.Plans
Lynch and McMahon.
there will be six Ittlikred mew - hineee
erected in that city the eneuiog year.
PLTERSON'S M - AGAZ4 • fEI a ' elfin 1
, ~, t, e
receipt of this popul iL illy'sl4glizttle
for December. It is Is did liter.
The title page ijon as worth tri Pribe`
ofthe number. For many years "Peter
son's Magazine," in consequence of its
merit and cheapness, has had a larger
circulation than any other monthly in
the~United States. In 1867 it will be
greatly improved : the reading moti f ,: ,
will be increased, and each number will•
contain a double size steel fashion plate
‘dlekiintly-tol cited; ii Rh - frtiarfaarto - asix•
fivres—maldog " Peterson " the chfrp
jest% in the world. The terqiii, !Tail! re
main two dollars a year to single sub
viz : five cppOsfor,sB.oo, ,eight,, copies
for $12.00, Cr foirteencopieslor $20.00.
To every il,eriOn'gettifig-riprii club' tat
theie rates) thO Publisher' will` send -an `
extra copy - girlies. Spaciineiai ciebfrif
written for 1 'to.tld4 weiliitiet6 , get up
clubs. I Address, past iaidi l Charles J.
Petersim, 306 dfieit:Mit Sena, Phil
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'DECEDENT'S ESTATES.III the Supreme
Oclurt of Connecticut there hasiedently
been decided- a, curious A- man
anillhis haiing•-'bean ,killed by '
railroad accident, thb . belie of each
brought and`recovered $4OOO in
each ciao: iTheliboner,obtained for the
death of his wife wentrto her heies,' and
thalcpiestion;before the Supreme ..Couit
was hether .thels4ooo - reco Ve re d- br the
death of the man should go to. his or his
Wife's heirs. - Sheihavintsurvived him a
few hours; the court- decided that , the
wife's heirs should "have =the nioner.-
gar A:counterfeit one dollar' bill of
tlke'ordinartgreenbaelt issue is in Circu
lation 'which . is wondertnlly , calcul`ated ,
to deceive. It; would be; taken by al
most any onecnot an expert, parficUlarly
if a little soiled or by .evening
The chief points of difference from .tha.
genuine l's are in the ;wrinkled And bat
tered:condition of Chief Justice ,Cliaseta•
handsome physiognomy, and the inferi
ority vf,.the lathemork , around the large
figure -Beware of this dangerous
counterfeit. . •
G9y...d,plin,tlas aPPolOted, Colo
nel JohnA. Wsigh,t anti Colonel. James
Worrell two of the most eminent, civil
engineers of the ,qtats, as commissioners,
to examine, lie boom.in the,,Sesquehan
no river, at, Williamsport, and report as
to the intpedieocy, of, granting to the,
company tik,whop,it belongs the addi
tional privileges.cooferred by a bill pass-,
ed by the last .I,egiplatore, and which is.
action in the premises will be governed,
by the report of the commissioners.. , _
sr John Olstop, , a
dier supposed to. haye, been ,killed at
Murfreesboro, Tenn., turned up at Nash
ville lest week, and found , his wife wed=
ded, to a,federal soldier and rejoicing in
a eew Tanke,e heby. He did not "dig
his fingers into the wet , earth," like
Enoch. Arden, he offered to settle .the
matter for two cows, and this not being
agreed to he made threats and was ar
rested and put under-bonds. If this is
not a :" Mud case,".we-don't understend
the meaning of the term:9
sir TWO largelalpodhounds that served,
as watchers at Libby Prison and Ander :
soniiille are now eabibited at New Ha
yen, Cpnn. One.of the dogs, , a Russian
hlondhound, is probaoly the largest dog
in the world, Hi measures 7 fent and
inches from . tail to nose and weighs
208 pounds. He has no siperfluous fat
to . give him weight, but is muscular and
active in due . proportion to his size.
The other is a Cubian bloodhound - which
did duty at Andersonville, in the inhu
man service of the
The: students-,of:a New York col,
lege receritlY perpetrated a funny joke
upon one of the college magnates,. who,
is as• absent minded as -he is • learned.
Being in the,habit of ieidins , achapter
of the Bible in course to them every day,
thp students, by.changing the mark kept
him reading the 18th chnpter of, Acts,
for a whole week.
Thirty-three years ago a girl left:
her Mother in'New 'Bedfoid, MEWL, and
Went away to seeleher living. Ntwis of
her mother's death v enbsequedtlt reach
ed her, and she resolyed.to repain.awaY•
Recently she heard that her mother was
still alive, and returned to greet' her af
ter an absence en common life time.
far Twenty years ago British gold
was sent over here to defeat protective .
tariff. ie more iinPOttint to the cap:
Range of England that the rebel debt
should be paid - . them ^ than a prote'ctive
tariff should be defeated. Hente their
anxiety to prevent the adoption of the
constitutional amendment. .
•-ige- The embalmed face of , the' great
Cardinal Ttibhelied ir
, hisjuit been disco
eredtiii ;Bidtrtariy, 'and •deposited' 'in tile'
Ministry of PubliaTneltructionin ,- PariS;
subject to the Einiieror's diders:= 7 The
flesh is.as,bl,o4 ae,ebony, but the, , ed
hair, moustache r imperial and eiebiowa
.r The Mae&States steamer Mein
kkk.Xvil*A'PKUACl A t 'M PAYyt. & a l"
orfolk, for t the repair of +marls cane?.
-frsui4 +er 1440 'at/
ad kt,the Jecerit. gale op tm tWtlitAtic
coast has been put into good' condition
and is now Again cruisfng.
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N'lS vit ':r. Vet - t
lo ' Of ro • les un ertoof ' to br,
s s 4 .is 1
jilt 're .giobspneetin ;'in oyuth Po, - _,
Ritchie county, West Virginia, a few
days ago. Some of the brethren pitched
in and cleaned them out, on the princi
ple as one of them expressed it, "That
it'w - a Ilia' - it oldirlilihi'lf - fl ght - 'ldr'' - the
Id4ithodist church as it was to pray for
0 4471 4I l .-4A. .4 4 lit ;I: lING 1 1:,
A young man named Wilson was bru
er, at Otterville, Mo., a few days
- 4 4 since,_
while riding home ;Attlhis k lVie, wilt' gad
i * 40..4i tlt 4i , f• i i '•
married 'him in preference to Harper.
%per was terribly extgl4l And after_
shooting Wilson, beat him over the head
till life k eliinCt. '''' -
-"A. , singlb' tow - or-ccial recently sent
from Lonievillo to 'New Orleiins' by'
Pittsburg firm, contained 325,000--btisb
els', ciethrice and a fibres its' qt
My' id fits i n 'bell. 'Tiffs 'whir , tit)
kirgestrsbipmeiit of Ceialteveilniida
sin - gre'to — wboat. , ,
A special order from the War D'e;
, anpounces : that Gen, Sweppay,
of Fenian notoriety,. by direction of the
President, has beep restored to his for
mer rank and position in the United
The safe of- the Treasury of. Brown
county, Ohio, was.blown open, by bur
glars on I Tu,esday night, and' a large
amount of money taken: A citizen was
shot while- attempting to arrest , the
thieyes. „ • ,
A'-young man named-Uhtirles U. Burt
died af Yorki , on-. Friday,
from a peculiar , foriwof erysipelas, first
developedzon hisilip, induced .by Borne
poisonous matterqrnm abase ball; With
which he had,been playing. '
An extensive tire in Paris last month
was instantly extinguished by tlie burst..
ing 6f•three'bottles of sulphuric ether,
the-contents Of- which -mixing With the'
atinoipheric air, put' an end te"the coin
bustion.. - •
Richard Brightwell, a mulatto, hes
obtained a verdict, for $3OO daniages
against the trustees of green township,
Ohio, for ... refusing his vote at the general'
election in 1865.
The name. of. Fremont street, Al
leghanipity, has been changed : to
avenue, and that of . Centre street to
Lineolwaveime,,by a resolution of. the
AO old lady named •hirs.:Lewis;'resid
ing'n-ear Derivate, Miintour iiointti, coin=
witted suicide, a , few da'ys , by
hanging herself 'to a hand-loom. - She
waesixey , years of age. • -
The immense " ROckink Rock,"
Dirhim, Ni*. Hampshire, was leverell
out of its position by some' rascals: and
one- of the wonders of the world was One
A monument to , perpetuate. the 'mem
ory—of Rev. Robert Strawbridge, the
founder of Methodism.in-Maryland; has
just been completed in Mount -.Olivet
A light fingered thief 'cif'Si: 'Louis
took a bank book containing V5OO - fro - in
under the arm of a Mr. Chase While Mr.
C. 'Was talking to a bank •
In. Michigan all colored persons jiav
ing, less than one quarter African ,blood
in their veins have been ,declared by the
Supreme Court to
.13e:white, and hence
are entitled,to vote. •
The largest crop of buckwheat raver
raised in Pennsylvania was harvested
this fall:- This is We' opinion •of agridal
Gen. N. B." Forrest, who killed a negro
man some months ago, while 'the latter
was in the act of killing his wife, has
been tried and acquitted
Judge Delaney ? 'of the IFFOed. qtatee
Riatriat Court at Topeka, says that he,
kaa latelT . natura!ized one hundred pot
a.A companyiof about , firty negroes left
Lynchburgi- a few days. since, by thi*
Ten nessee cars, having been employed
to work on a cotton ple:ntation.
The Washingion Deineerate an on
servitivee have just Come to grief., The
furniture of their club room has been
upon for rent. " .
On October 3Otb , .a grand match hunt
came off,in Butler _county. Six tkpuu,
and, seven linpdred animals Were killed
in all, fifty-fiywactn,tl.Bing„erigaged.
The light of 'the- eiplasion' Of the
Moosio powder mill, near CarbOndale,
a few nights since, was seen'' "a' distanCe
of thirty-three unites.
Hon. Isaac Newton, Commissioner of
Agriculture, who kas been seriously ill
(of several weeks, is now anvitfescest.
• _Dr.- Blackburn, of yellow , . fever infec
tion notorinty,is.in Washington, - prets,
ing his claims-for• pardon..
"'Peat has been ince - 013E41211y neecton the
(rand Trnnk Railway orCEinfidalVfiiiit
Trinity :gets, 440b,Q00 toi 4EI
1 • , X
Portion of %tie sale of 2 9t. john.s_Pali t ,
I gs, *Alt.
,Yourteen , wiveal.and -.sevenw Unbends
petition torn.divorce in' Maine.
l'hoii•Oqy oY ElNittActili;tlN.• J:; bits just
Ciiiiiiiieed l hne2;ootii%iithdaY:- 4: 1 . A
4.1 - ez
John Slitchell is on hie way back from
n''' .X • -, ::: ti -'C
liickßalti re Gartte 'sates com
p! qinify tb pov:. Swann' made a re
q sitiokupo Gen„aanby folLtroops to
r\o„ , ' ‘'tiy:•' 13 - - ' -°"
p oven - I
_-•t, e‘naw Police
Commissioners and was refssed. Ilitlso
condemns Gen arable:4,p 111-c,fos„,,ptibliely
denouncing Governor Swann's course as
unwise. Thee may ,be taken as ludic a
tions that army Officer's will not readily
be made tools of by-the, President,
Aciied turtle' recently lived seven
months in a Charleston saloon, without
food or water, but at the sod of that
time disppsV of a, large quantitylot
b iend Riwybad tat good sep,el4o3. A,
of the Atlantic cable so, far begin
wiping OA his Old - liabilities with inter
est. That is "'it new_ way to pity °ld
The'deifs of 'ldiditailidn's fib - MOM:ion
is confliniiid bta letteilalthe'Sedietarr
of StOto, frd the 'U.;S: - Colthill'at Verif
The,t in ., Paris who
used todnakfithri gFeat:lsi t tpr4equ:s qv;
great cottts. His name was Legot.
Boston brithuildingia , - , niountuent„to.
Ned 'Kenda,l4. - ." the isugler that , bugled
with • - .
Mrs. General . Grant'a grandfathei was
the Hist licensed preacher west of the
-General_ Roseorans is .4n ~Clifornia
'A' Sumo. `l3altimore,
fest , ' days since, a well dressed feintile en
tired 'a'sh'oeltoris; and - after — trying on
pait•s' of -Awes; seleCted'three
ihfch stedelired`ttilie'sent Via her lwrise
by the shop - boy, when'ehe' would `'make
Ei - fmal•Selection and retnin the- tWo - re-
Mainine pairs, - withAhre pay for the third:
The request was doinplied• with, and the
female left the 'store; folloWed by F :the
bey. After proceeding a few squares,
sli c e 'discovered` she -hiedleft her Woke t in
the store,ned askingllieAtortwilfirback
for it, kindly volunteered to - hold -the
, The boy 'd'art
ed back,hnt, on cm - tailingthe store, found
it'o'besket, and on iepairinr, to the spot
where he had left the female, fourid''no
ar Meredith P. Gentry died in Nash
ville, tenn ,on the 2d inbt. Mr. Gentry
was a Whig member of Congress in 1853
from that State, and was regarded as an
able man. When the hydra, beadcd
monster, Secession, reared itp horrid
point, be went with it. He possessed
great wealth, which mostly consisted in
slaves, but ton all when emancipatiou
was proctuimed. He was the Whig, can
didate for Governor, of Tennessee
against Andrew Johnson, some years
since, and was beaten. 1853, when
to Congress, - he was for - a while under
the ban of• suspicion, bUt the, whip, of
the. slave drivers brought , him in and he
made,a.firat rate pre-slavery speech. tie
went into the rebellion afterwards.
igir Rev:George P. WilHand, rector
of-tin 'Episcopal church-tit Suffolk, Va.,
Was arrested' on= Friday in Broadway,
NeW Ybit, oh: a - charge of picking . 'a
lady's pocket in' a' Otago'. He had s6o'
and d'Aette'r froni Et
pintier.ptirson in behalf. of his -church.
This document:wait also endoried by
leadingnitizens in New Yoil city. The
pridOner was remanded 'for examination,
the court having closed. Be was found
in - possession of thit Stolen . pocket book.
sir It is said that. A. T. Stewart has
purchased, St. J 0403 P, 404,,NRW ,York,
as . the site rot:his rungs of model houses
fos,the„,peor ; eußtheF !sport - that
Commodore, VaridarOilt_has, bAigi4
9F a_tp, show apsist
Mr. Stewart in his laudable enterpxiso
by fucp,,iehipgoe grouno,EtoAtlapsmoot 7 ,,
jog, the condition!, of Mr . StelNoxt's . gen
erous of er, ,
giir A letter from Chiesige, in noticing
the prevalence 'of cholera . inthat city,
says: " Rarrelk, if it all, is ft
in'duntriOns 'poison attacked: 'The
dase'of one of our -distinguished physi
eferie forinetruo'exCAPtiOniti the gener
al roles Perional-iiiinlgeobes for
years past had reduced his constitution
to a mere wreck."
The Brady hotel propiiity,"
Harrisburg, with ell its; fuiniture
fixtures, was sold on the Ist inst., to
David H. Hutchinson, .formerly,: propri
etor of the United States hotel=iur that
The'price paid wae , 840',000.1. The
hotel 'will;be remodeled .otherwise•
improved,And-iill'be conducted by the
pioprietoi-timself. - , _
so - The " Stonepall, Outuetery at
Wieelleetel% Va...w.otrq ' ellieeted-ell: the
25th ult. Ex-Gov. Henry,44..-,lMise,.iti
delivering the oration, glorified, as is
tiow:the fashiori-irt• the -Sotith,-not 'Only
thhlCUifefilirate!dtitidi bbt slsb the Otiti ,
ed which of—Wordeworthfs. proauctions
reibongicfrited , theitziost'.beilistiful;
; 11.. tact:
er t :gnsiAstill:i9FiAolltrn
been, enbeeribed foe-the Centennirjr of
Atfitiblid 4 Pdighcidienn:te- - 4 .: t. • • .•;
,4 . 4--
ilar Horace Greeley ha s . .tpade, it, ie
said, $lOO,OOO out of his history.
i. s 3S.prrial Otrt 6.t
1 5 tyrsnuitni4Mat31Oth, 1866.
Messrs. *stetter 4. Smith: -
GErivr.fiintr ; i—Liuringa,Visit to the West,
last fall, Iliiiracted chills and fever, which
brought it to,iny bed, and finally terminated
in typhoid Teter, and confined me to my room
for several months, during which time I was
_pro stratektkatA 8111104 despair
ed of ever recovering my health ; having al
most,entirely lost my appetite for days, not
beirig_able to eat a morsel, added to which I
was distressed with a reeling sensation in my
head, andpj,imdinany , slesplsss, nights—all
from debility caused by my prostrate condition,
brought f about by fever. At this stage,fmy.
condition a friend recommended me toy
your celebrated Stomach Bitters, batn
„naorailow„Roso49.lllo4l.Aol44joUltntii r if
any form, I at first declined, but afterwards l
yielded my prefudices, ahff, • after taking the
fliedieine for seifral iippetifet re
turned, and with it ,I_ am rapidly regaining my
former strength and vigor. My sleep (from
the loss of which ,I s have suffered has
never been hetter thin it is now - ,"and the reel
ing Seniation (before allu'ded to) has entirely
My`bowels were mucli-bon
stipated and irregular, are now' quite :natural,
and, in fact,-Fam , glad,to-say , thatl: feel my
self anew-mangy and: tender'. you thisiteitimo
nial of my= appreciation.of your 'valuable pre
parationdn. order that others, uffering. as, I
have, may avail themselves of its virtues,
which. prejudice kept. me from. enjoying for-so.
latig a period. I may'.also add that my physi
cian, -after seeing the - beneficial- effect of your
Bitters on me, recommended that I use them
I'6ol:arty.. Yours, very respectfully,
E Boum; E, 45 Market-st.
A HU M BUG.—How alien we hear this es
pression from Perkins' reading advertisements
of Patent Medieines, rind ih nine cases out of
ten they may be right. It is over 19 years
since [ introduced my medicine, the 'Venetian
Liniment to the public.' I had no money to
advertise it, so left it for sale with a few
druggists and storekeepers througlr a small'
seaiirinif . e.mililif; Marta k Vith'great , -
reluctance ; but I told them to let any one
have it, and if it did not do all I--stated on my
paniPhletOio cine`need pay' for'• it: In some
stores two or 7 thre - e‘bottlee were taken on trial
by persdns present::" brmany, thought
crazy, and that would be the last they-would
see of me..... ButJ,knew rtly-medicine waz no
humbug. In about two months I began to
receive orders for more Lininieiit, some calling
it my valfiable Lininient, who had refused to
sign a- receipt' - When I 'left :it' tit their ' , store
Now my sales are millions of bottles yearly,
and all for cii:J`l.- • I : Warr : ant it superior to any
other medicinelor.theture of Cimip, , Diarrhea,
Dysentery, Colic, - Vomiting, Spasms,. and Sea
sickenness, us an internal remedy. It it per
fectly innocent to bike internally, see oath ac
companying each bottle,--and externally, for
Chronic Rhe'umatism, headache; Mumps.
Frosted Feet, Bruises, pram, Old Sorea,,StVel
-1 ingir,'Sore' Throats, kc., ti . c. Sold by , all the
Druggists. Depot 56 Cortlandstreet, N. Y.
To CONSIMPTI VES- -, The adveitiser hav
ing been estored to health in a few weeks by
a very simple 'remedy, after h'aving suffered
several years, with a severe lung affection,
and that--dread diseas'ej'Coilktimption; is 'an
xious AR malre.known to his.fellow-sbfferers
the k ine.ap.s 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,',andall throat and lung affections.
The only object of the'adverthier in sending
the prestription is to benefit the afflicted and
spread information which he condones to be
invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer will
try his. remedy, as it will cost.thenonothing,
and may prove a
Parties wishing the prescription, rimy., b:
return mail, will please address
Rev. EDWARD_ A. W/Lso,N, Williamsburg,
Kings County, i . sTesv-Yor.k. Lly
MAIICHITIG 01.7"!—Coneantly advancing in
public favor, throughout the Hafted. States,the
British Colonies,' and Spanish America, and
needing no flourish of Tr'u'mpets' to proclaim its
success, that standard article. Cristadoro's
hair dye'is now far ahead of any preparation
of its class. People of fashion at length tho
roughly understand the terrible consequences
entailed by the: use of metallic and caustic
preparation, and adinitthe superiority of this
famous . vegetable. live, !manufactured by J.
CHRISTADORO -6 Astor House New- York.
Sold by all .Droggists. Applied by all Hair
&was OF YOUTH.:- . -7A gentleman who suf
fered-fox years from Nervous Debility, Pre-
Mature Decay, add all the effects 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 , liddressing. JOHN :8..00-•
DEN, N 0.113 Chamber St.; New-Yortr.. .1
' Kit- Deafness, Blindneis and Catarrh, trea-'
ted with the utmost: success; by -J.;ISAACS;
itft : D.; Oculist and Aurist, (formerly of : Ley-.
den,, polland,) No. 519 PINE st, Philadel
phia. Testimonials from the most, reliable
sources in the city and Country, can be seen at
fiis''cllfice. - The medical faculty are in7ited tc
accompany their' patients,' as he has no secrets
in his practice. Artificial Zyesinserted:with- .
out pain. No charge for examination,
lEr ITCH !--ITcH ! ScriitcA
Scratch ! !—Scratch 1! ! Wicr.ATotc's Olicr
ixrir will cure "the" ITCH inr4B hours. Also'
cured g UWere., 'Chi'brains and all
er4ptione. Of the r skin. Trice 50.cent5..4'..r.0r
sale bylall druggists: By 'sending .60 cents to
WEEKS ! Poi - TAIL, solc agente,,l'7o.Waabing-.
t0p 7 4...,,805t0c,it Will be, forwarded
l idstage. to an 'pare
STRARGE, BIIT-TurrE.—Everk—young lady
andlentleinan in the4-I.lriited States can hear
something very mach td their advantage by
return main (free of charge,) by addressing
thepridarsigned t Those having fears
hiimbogged will oblige by not.noticing this
Card. All others 'Will 'please address their
obedient Girl/bat, THos. F. CHAPMAN, 831
Broadway, N. Y. ' • •
EMPIRE AIIIITTEE MACHINES are - superior
piirpbeei; colitiinchli the latest iihproveznerits;
ago ppeeSlYsn94terig, and easy
Illuatrated Circolervent free. Age nts. .yrant
eit; LibereEdie&hint slloaedi 3to COnsign- -
Aelde , laao!:4.44clePos , FlPtv, P• Itt,-Go, 6 1 6 ,
Broadway, N. Y.
• L., L. s tLf •
ft:p. Ladies who are troubled with sick head
ache inpottily,altonft use Dr. Yelpau grepch
Fez/sills Pills. They prove a sure and speedy
relief. sold by Dr F. Hinkle, Marietta, and
by all good druggists.
C OLUM c B A I r A IT I Z S A U v R D A A N ss C E E T ZO s . S32,2IO:49'
mires Company continue., to insure End('
1 Logs, Merchandise, and other prop erty
against loss and darnago fire, on the
plan, either for a cash premium ( r prenaiu
SIXTH Afi NII.II. REPORT.
Whole amount insured,
$5,3a1,29 5 .,
Less am't expired in 1865,
0 8 ,091,559
CAPITAL AT. m com „ .
Amt of premium notes, J ar ,.
Less, premium notes expired in
Am't of premium notes rec'd in '65 41 11 0 ,bm a
Balance of premiums, Jan. 1,'65,' 3,Bxi.
!Cilsbraceiptsless commissions, 41'65,4%766:8,
I'Vjelienses paid in 1865, 37987 : 81
Balanc o g , etpital, and. assets,
S uanuary' 1r1866,
' A. S. GREEN, P S57° ' l9 T S:3l
GEORGE YOUNG, Jr., secretar y. El)"
MICHAEL S. sit UMAN, Treasurer.
Shock,Samuel " William Patton,
Rolifit T. Ryon, John W. Steaey,
John ' Pendrich, George Young, Jr.,
H: "G. Maid - , ' Nicholas. ilF.Denald
Samuel F. Eoei loin, Michael S. Shuman
Amos S. Green. S. C. Slaymaker,
Columbia, March 30, 1.866.- ly.
- ' DR: H. LANDIS
"v 1 ' DR HENRY LANDIS,
~1 11_ DR. BERRY LANDIS
• Al the "Golden Mortar,"
At'the "Golden Mortar,"
Market , S t r:e et, Marietta,
Market. Street, 3 / a rietta,
-Keep constantly on harm
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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
- 'WINES & LIQUOitS.
H.. D. 13E1\IJAMIN
ERAS ER IPI
WINES & LIQUORS,
Corner.of Front-st, and Elbow Lane,
EIEGS leave to inform the public that he
will continue the WIN E & LIQUOR busi
ness, in all its branches. He will constantly
keep on. hand all kinds of
Brandies, Nines, Gins. Irish and Scotch
Whiskey, Cordials, Bitters, 6.c.,
Justly Celebrated Rose Whisky,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
A very surerior OLD RYE WHISKEY.
just received, which is warranted pure.
.137 All H. D. B. now asks of toe pubic
is a careful examination of his stock and pri
ced. which will, he is confident, result in Be
te.— keepers and others finding it,to their rid
vanta.ge to make their purchases from him.
ItA. LINDSAY, .4011 i
MANUFACTURER & DEALER IN
• BOOTS' & SHOES,
11IARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN•
Would moat respectfully inform the citizens
of this Borough and neighborhood that be has
at this time the largest assortment of City made
work ever offered in this Borough, amongs
which may be named the new-style
olisfl Boot, ao Globe,lß 51100111$
FOR THE LADIES
A. L. being a practical BOOT AND SIIOE
MAKER enables him to select with more
iudgment than those who are not. Be contin
ues to manufacture in the very best menne
everything in the BOOT AND SHOE line,
which be will warrant for neatness ant fit.
13= - Lall and examine the new alai: before
/1 - I . EO : W. r.VORRALL,
BURGEON DENTIST ,
1 -A .
pfarket Street, adjoining Spangler 4. Rak's
Store, on the second floor.
Where he is now prepared to wait •
on all who may feel disposed to pa- fa=
Dentistry in all its branches carried on.
TEETH inserted on the most approved prin
•ciples of Dental science. All operations on
the mouth performed in a skillful and work
manlike manner—on fair principles and
ON VERY REASONA BLE TERN•
Having determined upon a permanentloca
tion at this place, would ask a continuatio n
of the liberal patronage heretofore extended
to him, for which he will render every poop
Id - Ether administered to properpersons.
H. L. 6- E. J. ZAHN,
Corner of North Queen -St.,
and. Centre - Square, Lancaster, Pa.
E are prepared to sell Amer icon awl.
Y Swiss Watches at the lowest cash rates!
We buy directly from the Inwrters and 1110"
ufacturcrs, and can, and do sell Watches as
low as they.enn be bought in Philadelphi a
A fine stock of 31ocks, Jewy, Spectacles,
Silver and Silver-plate waree rconstantly 00
hand. Every article fairly represented.
11. L. 4r E. J. ZAHMS
Corner,North Queen Street and Centre Square,
February 17, 1866.-tf.
ESTATE OF HENRY S. LIBHART ,
Late of the Borough of Marietta, Dec
Letters of administration on said estate hav-
ing been granted to the undersigned, all p
sons indebted thereto are requested to
immediate settlement, and those having claims
or demands aga.nst the same will present then)
without delay for settlement to the undersign
d, residing in said Borough of Marietta.
C. A. SCHAFFNER ,
Marietta, October 20 1866.-6t]
MARK T-HE SEASON'
Another•strival of those incomparable Gas
Burning Parlor Stoves. Also,
THE IMPROVED VULCAN HEATER.
Call and ace them at J. S.P.ANGLER__...H.S