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MARIETTA. PA :
Saturday Morning, Member 1, 1866,
SEWARD AND GREELEL-A well , known
journalist, whd was formerly a' Washing
ton correspondent, says that while there
during the war, he one day asked Secre
tary Seward his opinion of Horace
Greeley.. " Horace Greeley," said Sew
ard, "is a great man—a man so full of
genius and of such power that if he had
a particle of common sense we should
have to bang him. But he is a d—d
fool, and therefore, harmless." After
coming to New York, the journalist,
dining with the editor of the Tribune,
inquired his opinion of Seward. " Sew
ard has brains enough," was the reply,
"to govern this country. No man has
a clearer or better head ; but the trouble
with Seward is that he is an infernal
ilar The making of window and bottle
glass, at Pittsburg, gives employment
to 1800 men and boys, whose• annual
wages amount to $1,396,516. The
amount of silica consumed is 242,000
tons, and it is chiefly brought from Mis
souri. The annual value of the mann.
featured glass is estimated at $2,160,000.
These reports are of the window and
bottle glass works alone, and do not in
clude the nineteen flint glass factories,
which are valued at $1,298,000, pay
weekly wages amounting to $19,000, and
annually consume 2,095,806 bushels of
coal, employ 2304 hands, and make $2,-
000,000 worth of glass ware.
The New York World says,
another shipment of courtezane is to be
made from that city to New Orleans in
the steamer which leaves there on Sat
urday next, to make good the losses on
board the Evening Star. These unhap.
py women, it is said, are some seventy
or eighty in number, mostly between
fifteen and twenty-five years of age, and
chosen expressly with reference to their
personal attractions. The person who
has them in charge ie a notorious procu.
rase, who keeps an establishment in
Crosby street, and who figured extensive
ly at Saratoga last slimmer.
One•skate factorrin ' Worcester,
Mass., has consumed during the present
year 5000 gross of screws, two tons/ of
brass, 1000 pounds of German silver,
nearly six tom if rosewood, and tea tons
of steel, which have been worked up by
tharty-five men and women into 25,000
pairs of skates. It also uses annually
50,000 brass' thimbles, which are insert
ed in the wood, and to which the runners
are affixed, effectually preventing the
splitting of the wood.- •
gar Quartermaster General . M. Q.
Meigs has had prepared a collection of
specimens of the hoofs, leg-bones and
teeth of horses, showing the effects of
the diseases to which those animals are
subject from various causes. Several
specimens of hoofs show clearly the
pernicious effects of defective shoeing,
and other specimens show the means
usually adopted to remedy lameness, &c.,
so caused. Models of horse-shoes used
in the Qaartermaites pepartment
log the war are also on exhibition.'
eir The legislature of North, Carolina
has just elected Judge Manley, a judge
in the Supreme . Cour - of the Southern
Confederacy; an original secessionist
and still a strong states•rights man, to
the U. S. Senate. When will the south
learn wisdom ? Such men we hope and
believe, will never be admitted to seats
in the United States Senate.
eir It looks very much as if Horace
Greeley would be elected to the U. S.
Senate from New York. The Herald,
Times, Post, Advertiser, of that city,
ith at least,threelourths of the Repub
lican press of the rural districts and
cities of the interior of the State,strong
ly urge his claims.
sr John Morrissey; • Congressman
elect from one of the Democratic dis
tricts of New York city, has a sister liv
ing in Chicago in
,the most destitute
circumstances. She has made frequent
appeals to her brother, but in vain.
fir In Milwaukie during the past
year one rolling mill, 4 flour mills, 2
breweries, 2 distilleries, 6 churches, 29
business blocks, and 1000 private .resi
dences have Veen erected.
eir The formal opening of .the new
bridge between Perryville and Havre
de Grace took place a few daya Mace.
A great dinner, epeeche's, took
Richard Lawrence, whoattempted
to assassinate General Jackson in 1835,
is still living, an inmate of the Maryland
Grit is said Louis Napoleon is about
plamiug Santa Anna at the head of Me*.
jean affairs, in order to have the French,
sar The Siameectwine are travelling
J 1617. DAVIS' QUARTIMS.-A <Fortress
Monroe letter to the'Ne s w York Herald
The very fine roo:nis,lonr in number,
besides a kitchen, fitted up in Carroll
Hall for Jeff Davis and family, have at
length received the finishing touches of
carpenter, mason, glazier and painter.
Vacating his old quarters, which were
limited to two casemates, he was moved
into his new and more commodious
apartments; so that now, barring his
deprivation of the freedom of the outer
world, he is as snugly , and as comfort
ably situated, has rooms as sill, as , lib
eral supplies of fuel, as numerous attend
ance of servants, and as complete and
elaborate cuisine auxiliaries as any offi
ces; in the fort. His health has recently
improved most materially. He can walk
unsupported, his spirits are more elastic
his conversation is in much lighter and
gayei tones ; and the world generally
has for him less austerity and repulsive
ness. lie repines less at the past, is
more patient of the present, and more
hopeful for the future. He now enjoys
facilities not only for makieg himself
and family comfortable, but to extend
becoming hospitality to his numerous
callers and friends. In his own mind
and that of most of his friends, the con
viction is now firmly settled that he will
remain here as a prisoner all winter.
Whatever fate may betide him he will
show himself firm and resolute in meet
"The Camp, the Battlefield and
the Hospital," or Lights and Shadows
of the Great Rebellion, is the title of a
handeome volume, just issued by the
National'Publishing Company, 507 Min
or Street, Philadelphia, Pa. The au
thor, Dr. L. P. Brockett, • has delved
most industriously amongst the masses
of curious incidents which have masked
the late war, and has grouped and classi
fied them under nppropriate heads, and
in a very attractive form. There is a
certain portion of tha war that will nev
er go into the regnlarlistories, nor be
embodied in romance or poetry, which
is a very real part of it, and will, if pre
served, convey to succeeding generations
a better idea of the spirit of the conflict
than many dry reports or careful narra
tives of events, and this part may be
called the gossip;the fun, the pathos of
the war. From the beginning of the war
the author has been engaged in collect
ing all the anecdotes connected with or
illistrative - of it. The volume is* pro
fueeltillustrateilwith over 100 engrav
ings. The book's contents include rem
iniscences of camp, picket, spy, scout,
bivouac, siege, and battle field adven
tures ; thrilling feats of bravery, wit,
drollery, comical and ludicrous adven
tures, etc , etc.
Amusement as well as instruction may
be found in every page, as graphic detail,
brilliant wit, and authentic history, are
skillfully interwoven hi this work of lit
It is just such a volume as will find
numerons.purchasers, and just such a
one as persons seeking to act as book
agents should add to their list.
ear Andrew Brockman, one of the
victims of the Indian massacre at New
Ulm Monntain, in 1863, has arrived in
St. Louis. Be experienced the torture
of seeing his cabin burned and his wife
and four children murdered before his
eyes, and was then horribly mutilated.
His tongue cut out, hamstring severed,
his fingers cut, his hands maimed, his
scalp to , rn reeking from his head, which
had previously been perforated with
three bullets; but despite these wounds
the unfortunate man survived, and was
carried to Salt Lake city, where he has
remained in the hospital for three years.
ar The Chicago - Republican, in a
strong editorial demanding the removal
and impeachment of Andrew Johnson,
maintains that Congress is the' conclus
ive and 'final judge of the nature of the
acts which shall be held toafford grounds
for impeachment, and that, therefore,
the impeachment and removal may be
made on such grounds as may seem just
One wagon of a powder train,
containing 5000 pounds of powder, blew
up near Green River, Utah, on the 1 2 th
ult. A hub Was the largest piece of
wood found after the explosion, and
three of the five yoke of oxen attached
were torn into small bits, and only. one
foot, a joint of a finger, and a piece of
the skull of the driver remained.'
Some'of the principal newspapers
which have been more. or less friendly
to President Johnson i such as the New
York Times, Post and World, now ad
vise him to abandon his opposition to
Congress, and to devote himself more
particularly to his own (Arial duties
during.the remainder of his term.
•ir The bill making habitual drunk•
enness a sufficient cause for divorce has
passed the Vermont Legislature, 13 to
11, with an amendment requiring 'that
the drunkenness must be of two years'
duration, previous to the finding of the
A.yeup of, nineteen , and , a woman
of fifty-three were married recently, in
Wayne county,N. Y., and very soon
after the youth disappeare,d, with $4OO,
which his wife gave him to start in bud
z:l4 he her not been heard of since.
3,000 PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS.— The
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Sides a number of other valuable Premi
ums, will be given by the proprietors of
The Sunday School Times to any one
who will solicit subscribers to their
paper. With the first of January, 1867.
a new $3OO Prize Serial is to be publish
ed in the Times, which will form a spe
cial attraction. The Columbia Repub
lican says : "One dollar and a half can
not be invested to better advantage in
any family, or by any teacher, than in
subscribing for this - paper. It is full of
original Matter, and we cannot speak of
it in too high terms of commendation."
A descriptive List of a number of at
tractive works that are to be given as
. sample copies of the
paper, will be sent free on early appli
cation to the publishers of The Sunday
School Times, Philadelphia.
GEN. Loomr,—As the election of Gen
eral Logan of Illinois,.as "Congressman
at Large," puzzles some people, it may
be well, to say that an act of Congress
allowing Illinois one more member than
she previously bad, she preferred to
elect only thirteen members of Congress
in separate districts, and to have the
fourteenth elected •by the vote of the
whole State. This is the "Congress
man at large," for which office General
Logan has just received a majority ap
proaching 60,000, which is the largest
majority any man ever received for Con
gress. 'General Logan has • been to
Washington since his election and says
that the " people " out West are more
Radical than Congress.
ear Wealthy families sometimes have
trouble, get into lawsuits, and expose
their secrets to the world. In New
York, in a divorce . case that is pending,
it appears in the evidence that the wife,
who claims maintenance in the same
style in which she has been living, be
sides the use of a furnished house, is
accustomed to spend $lOO a day. $36,-
500 is a neat little sum fora lady's "pin
money," when she has besides a house
to live in, her larder supplied, and all
the furniture necessary to the most lux
air The London, Chatham and Dovcr
Railway sells to passengers living at
stations not more than six miles out of
town a weekly ticket enabling them to
ride to London and return each day for
one shilling (twenty four cents) in sil
ver. On the Metro'politan railroad of
London the fare for each passenger is
two cents. These rates are much cheap
er than those• prevailing on either of the
horse or street railways in this cotibtry.
ar A mark named Wells, a book keep
er for a firm in Ironton, 11Y)., telegraph.
ed that he had been robbed of $lO,OOO
belonging to them while on a railroad
train. Detectives who were given the
case, ascertained that Wells had cut out
his own pocket threw away the wallet;
and kept the bonds. Wells, when ac
cused of the trick, acknowledged it and
delivered up the money. •
sir Hon. John Morrissey says that
he is prepared to spend $lO,OOO to elect
Mr. Greeley to the United States Sen
ate, as there is no possible shoW for a
Democrat, and Horace having been his
friend through good and evil reports, he
considers it his duty now, as Greeley
needs assistance, to stretch forth his
hand and his purse to aid a friend,
though a political foe.
$ Mr. N. P. Willis, the poet, and
editor of the Home Journal, has had a
stroke of paralysis, and is confined to
his rooms in a very feeble condition.
He is a man 61 years of age, but has the
appearance of being much older. He
has lost the use of his lower limbs, but
is still able to write his editorials, and
seems to be cheerful in mind:
or John H. Snrratt, the alleged ac
complice in the assassination Prot and
murder of President Lincoln, has been
found serving in the ranks of the Papal
Zonaves. He was enrolled under the
name of John Watson, and was arrested
on demand of Genera - 1
King, the United
gir The London Daily News of the
30th ult., says of Mary Walker : " This
lady, who has - passed so successful an
examination, visited Middlesex Hospit
al on Saturday, and was conducted
through the estitblishment in male attire.
She wore a low crowned• plain felt ; hat
a dark plush coat not quite reaching to
the knees, and black cloth trousers."
Cr Two colorsd men, named Mitchell
and Walker, ha7ebeen elected members
Of the Massachusetts Legislature. The
former is a wounded soldier of the Union
the latter a well known and prominent
member of the legal profession..
eV Gov. Geary will be' . inaugurated
on the 15th -of January next. OD the
same day a United States Senator will
be chosen to succeed the- renegade
fir John C. Breekinridge is Mal liv
at Niagara, Canada. His hair has
growp-white and his nose extra red.
sr Medical men advise Mr. Seward
to retire from publics life.
sr The Indians within the territory
or the United States timber 295,774,
Ntbus in Britt
:One-half the land in England, accord
in; to John Bright, is pospepsed by i 150
men. A large portion, of Scotland is
owned by ten or twelve men.
A member of the Vancouver Island
Legislature, wishing to defeat a measure
recently, spoke against it for seventeen
consecutive hours, and gained his point.
John Morrissey makes $25,000 on
bete that Hoffman would carry New
York city by over 40,000 majority.
This will go far towards paying his elec•
tion expenses. '
A noted'California condemn - 11as died
leaving a virtuous sister $lOO,OOO in
Secretary Seward has engaged Leutze,
the artist, to paint a family portrait of
his idolized daughter, Miss Fannie Sew
Hall's Journal of Health expresses
the opinion "that buckwheat cakes
contain more nourishment for lees money
than any other article of food."
General John A. Sutter, the Califor
nia pioneer, is now in Washington en
deavoring to get a claim against the
government allowed. It will be remem
bered that it was upon the. General's
farm that gold was first discovered in
An infant, ii)years — oir, Winnmac,
Wis., is cutting a new set of teeth.
Robert Morris, a colored lawyer, is
talked of for Mayor of Chelsea, Mass.
A man has been beaten to death in
England while boxing with gloves, on.
A youth of 22, who tried to elope with
a matron of 49, is in jail:at Hoboken,
John Morrissey is reported to have
given $7OOO to a church in New York.
Rev. Mr. Mickel, an •English clergy
man, aged 75 years, has blown out hie
Two-thirds of the New York editors
live in Brooklyn.
Gen, Beauregard went to Europe with
gray hair, and came back with " raven
A girl at Mineral Point, Wis, died
last week from the effects of swallowing
scalding hot coffee.
Major Dr. Mary E. Walker creates a
sensation in London, by walking about
in a felt hat, plush coat and black pan
Ten tone of steel are consumed weekly
in the manufacture of pens, in Birming
Mr. B. Bates, the youngest of a fami
ly of seven, in Kentucky, is twenty years
of age, and seven feet, eleven inches in
Roger de Beauvoir, who died recent
ly in Paris, boasted of having spent
$30,000 on champagne during his mis
A man and wife, whose ion died at
Andersonville, hav,e been sent to the
Wisconsin Lunatic Asylum.
A clergyman's daughter in the South
of England, who has passed twenty-eight
summers, eloped lately with her father's
A. Mr. Kimball, who broke his leg by
falling over a lamp p )st which lay on
the pavement in New York, last May,
has just recovered $3OOO from the cor
The will of the late U. S. Senator
Wright, of New Jersey, has been admit=
ted to probate. The property is valued
at $1,000,000, nearly all of which is left
to the deceased's family.
In a report made by the Bureau of
Medicine and Surgery of the U. S. Navy,
it is stated that during the late war there
were 3910 persons in the naval service
wounded, 308 drowned in battle, 546
scalded in battle, and 2272 killed by
wounds or starvation in rebel prisons.
The carpenters of New York city held
a meeting on Tuesday evening, at which
they adopted resolutions to insist upon
a full hour for dinner, to stop work at
four o'clock on Saturday ; to oppose the
" lighting-up systens " in winter, 'and to
agitate the eight-hour labor system until
they are successful in getting it adoptbd.
It is announced froin the Chincha
Islands that the guano is disappearing
so fast that in the Connie of a feW years
the eupyly will be exhausted, and those
islands . bh again given up by man to the
aquatic birds of the Pacific. The aver
age number of vessels engaged in loading
guano is stated at ninety.
Sixteen American hunters have ar
rived at Ottawa, O. W., on their way to
the northern forests to obtain venison
for the New York markets.
back to th e
Mexican capital, and the gory of his
abdication proves to be false.
The Canadian journals' want the hunt
ing of deer in their forests by American
sportsmen for our markets to be stopped.
The Virginia conference of the M. E.
Church South is in session, at Norfolk,
Vs. • Less than one-half the' niembers
are in attendance.
Cave JohiuMo, of Tenn ease°, formerly
Pootteaeter Geoeral, la dead.
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November 17, 1866.-tf.
Opposite the Buttonwood Tree
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[ SUCCESSORS TO SOHN HERTZLER,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN WINES AND
11To. 821 Market Street,
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ROGER'S 'Celeoraled Pearl Cement and
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