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MARIETTA. PA :
Saturday Morning, January 12, 1867.
or The Supreme Court consists of
the following named jurists, with the
date of their appointment :
1862—5. P. Ohm, Ohio, Chief Jns-
1835--James M. Wayne, Georgia. •
1845—Samuel Nelson, New York.
1846 —Robert C. Grier, Pennsylvania
1858—Nathan Clifford, Maine.
1862—Noah M. Swayne, Ohio.
1862—David Davis, Illinois.
1862—Samuel F. Miller, lowa.
1863—Stephen J. Field, California.
Q Henry Keep, lately elected Pres
ident of the New York Central Railroad
Company, came to Rochester thirty
years ago, a penniless boy of seventeen,
and was glad to get employment with a
cooper at seven dollars a month. He
began his financial career soon after, by
buying up city shinplasters at a discount,
duriug the panic of 1837, and leading
them for short terms without interest but
returnable in good money. Ha is now
ono of the most powerful railroad men in
the country, and sits in the seat of Dean
ger Dr. Alexander Forsyth, of Louis
ville, recently introduced a silver bridge
into a lady's nose to supply the place of
the nasal bones removed by scrofula an
operation never before performed or
written about, either in this country or
Europe. He was assisted by Drs. Per
tle, Crowe and Edelem. The opertition
was attended with perfect success, the
symmetry of the organ being perfectly
se - An English jury has decided that
when a man who is smoking in a railroad
car refuses to remove his cigar at the
request of his fellow passengers, they
have the right to knock it out of his
mouth; and the judge thought that the
blowing of tobacco smoke in the face of
a fellow passenger might be considered
Gir A new process in coining has been
invented by a melter in the Philadelphia
mint, by which it is expected the Gov
ernment will save a quarter - of one per
cent, or $2,500 in every $1,000,000 on
all its future coinage; The'process will
remain a secret in the possessson of the
er A fire took place at the intersec
tion of Monroe and South Wells street,
Chicago. A boarding-house known as
Williams' Flotel was destroyed, by which
sixty boarders were, burned out with a
loss of their personal effects. The total
loss will amount to forty thousand dol•
lars, with small insurance.
ea- The Gettysburg Ceuietery Monu
ment is to bo completed by July 1,1868.
The statue of Geo. Reynolds is td be
erected in the.cemetery, and not on the
spot where he fell. It is intimated that
the Freedmen's Lincoln Monument As
sociation will apply for permission to
place a bronze statue of Abraham Lin
coln in the cemetery.
Q - A Chinese newspaper is about to
be started in San Francisco for the large
and increasing populatiOn of that race on
the' Pacific coast. Type and composi
tore have been procured from China,
but the enterprising proprietor is a Yan
ler A. New York gentleman who had
two particular lady friends. presented
each, the other day, with a piece of cake.
Upon breaking the cake it was found
that each piece contained diamond jew
elry to the amount of $lOOO.
Or The salaries of teachers in Mil
wankie have been raised twenty per
cent. They are for male principal.,
$1209; subordinates $6OO ; first • assist•
ants, $450 ; female principals, $5OO ;
other female assistants, $360 to $396.
se' On Thanksgiving day Mr. Win
ters, late Democratic caudidate for Gov
ernor of Nevada, got drunk and an
notinced his ability and willingness to
whip any , Blaeir Republican, whereupon
ho was soundly thrashed by State Comp
Rev. Jamei Priestly, the Presby.
terian preacher, charged in Pittsburg,
With indecent conduct to a female do
mestic, profane 'swearing and unchristian
like conduct generally, is about toitudy
law. His wife hes' applied fora divorce.
.eir A lady in Covington, Keatucky,
while walking along the street, on Sat
urday slipped down on the ice-covered
pavement and crushhd to deathler year
old baby, which she was carrying idler
®'`Andy - Johnson's vaWarthe Dis
trict of COlaSibia siffilige bill he'd - been
carried by a two third vote in the.ifien
ate and House, and is, therefore, a law,
itiotagthataadiag Andy's objections.
or The Attorney Genvals of Penn
sylvania since the creation of the office
in 1819, have been as . follows :—Thomas
Elder, December 20, 1820 ; Frederick
Smith, December 25, 1823; Calvin
Blythe, February 5, 1828 ; Amos Ell
maker, May 6, 1828; Philip S. Markley
August 17, 1829 ; Samuel Douglass,
February 10, 1830 ; Ellis Lewis, Janu
ary 20, 1833 ; George M. Dallas, Octo
ber 14, 1833 ; James Todd, December
18, 1835 ; Wtn. B. Reed, March 27,
1838 ; Ovid F. Johnson, January 15,
1839 ; John K. Kane, January 21, 1845 ;
John M. Reed. June 23, 1846; Benj.
Champneys, December 18, 1846 ; James
Cooper, July 21, 1848 ; Cornelius Dar
ragh, January 4, '1849 ; Thomas E.
Franklin, April 28, 1851 ; James Camp
bell, January 21, 1852 ; F. W. Hughes,
March 14, 1853; Thomas E. Franklin,
January 17, 1855; John C. Knox, Jan
uary 20, 1858 ; Samuel A. Purviance,
January 16, 1861; Wm. M. Meredith,
June 3,1861. •
Ur A young man named Henry
Johnson, of St. Charles, Mo., came to
his death in a strange way, a few days
since. He was trying to shoot a cross
dog with a revolver. The first shot
struck and stung the dog, who turned on
him in fury. He snapped another cap
at him, but the charge did not ignite,
and in a moment the dog was upon him.
He now grasped the barrel of the revol
ver and struck the dog -on the head,
when a cap, exploding, sent the ballet
into the young man's side, killing him
ir Mr. John G. Ryan, who was ar
rested about eighteen months ago on
suspicion that he was John R. Surratt,
now seeks damages for false imprison.
ment. Mr. Ryan was arrested in Mem
phis in July, 1865, brought to Washing
ton, incarcerated in the Old Capitol
prison, some weeks in solitary confine
ment, removed to Vicksburg, and again
kept in solitary confinement until No
vember, and then released, without any
explanation or satisfaction, so ho al
Probably no gentleman who has
been married within the last century has
had his wedding notice so widely pub
lished as Mr. S. M. Pettengill, of New
York. Nearly every paper in America
has copied it, with complimentary com
ments. The advertising house of Petten.
gill & Co., stands at the head of all , the
firma in this country engaged in that
line, for respectability and punctuality,
and has probably bad dealings with all
the papers on the continent.
OF Although no definite action has
yet been taken in the case of Dr: Mudd,
Spangler, Arnold, and O'Laughlin, the
assassination conspirators, it is not im
probable, according to a report in legal
circles, that they will, in consequence of
the late decision of the Supreme Court
against military commissions, be brought
hither by the Government from'the Dry
Tortugas, and delivered to a civil tri
bunal for a determination of the case.
it A. butchering match lately took
Place in Leeds, England. Twenty sheep
were to be " stuck " ready for each man,
and he had to lift or draw the sheep upon
the look himself, the whole to be fin
ished in a workmanlike manner, to the
satisfaction of the umpires and referee.
The successful competitor succeeded in
completing his task in 96 minutes and
58 seconds— a feat said to be unparalelled
is the annals of butchering.
air Hon. Ira Van Vesburg, who died
at N.lahanoy City, Schuylkill county, on
the 20th ult., at the age of thirty years,
was to have been married at an early day
to Miss Lizzie R. Piney, of Pittston Pa.
Previous to his death, Mr. Van Vesburg
willed his entire estate, valued at $45,000
to his intended bride, and she will come
into possession of this handsome fortune
upon arriving at the age of twenty-one.
g The wealthiest estate in Cincin
nati is that of the late Nicholas Long
worth, which is valued for taxation
purposes at $12,000,000. Next to this
is the property of James W. Gaff, valu
ed at $3,000,000 ; David Gibson, $3,000,-
000; Joseph Longworth, $2,000,000; L.
Anderson, $2,000,000, ; and some eighty
others whose &Oates are all valued at
W' General Samuel R. Curtis died at
Council Bluff, lowa, in December ; the
immediate cause being a stroke of apo
plexy. He was 60 years of age. Grad
uated at West Point in 1838 ; was •in
the Mexican war; in the 37th Congress
and did good service in the late rebel
lir It is stated as a singular coinci
dence that Major General Grant, a
scotch officer in the British army,"defeat
ed General Lee of the American army
in 1778, and was afterwards promoted
to the rank of lieutenant general, and
died very old in 1806.
it The track of the railroad between
Jackson, Miss., and Clinton, is in course
of repair by chain gangs from the State
Penitentiary, under the supervision of
one of the lessees. They are returned
toitheir cells at night.
Sit John R. Wigham, recently'a clerk
in the New Ytort; Post:office, bee been
sent . to the Albany Pehitmit4l4 fb tea
years, for Meting lettere.
C.IPLIO op k A A le
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Ntba in 38rigf
Forty-five Popee have been exiled
John Smith, of Trenton, N. J. , is 117
years of age.
The consolidation of Venango City
and Oil City is talked of.
Biondi!), having walked hie rope in
every city in Europe, is now in Paris.
Government detectives are in Montre
al looking up evidence against Surratt.
In Switzerland labor is worth from
ten to twenty cents per day. The wo
men do as much farm labor as the men.
A Wall street operator is reported to
have given hie wife a Christmas diamond
set, worth over $60,000.
Au aged lady, lately deceased, in Ply
mouth county, blase., bequeathed $lOO
for the support of her favorite dog.
The bill providing for equal suffrage
in the District of Columbia, was vetoed
by the President on Monday.
The chief mechanic in the Imperial
Turkish mint is an American, who has
been employed there thirty years.
The average cost of constructing a
railroad in England, is three times as
much as in this country.
The city of New York supports eleven
horse railroads, having a total length e
quivalent in single track to 170 miles.
A man in St. Louis hung himself
with a whiplash which his wife had just
used on him.
Five minutes from New York to Ire
land, is now announced as the average
time occupied by messages through the
" The work of a thousand men for four
years" is the inscription placed promi
nently on the new bridge over the Sus
quehanna at Havre de Grace.
It has transpired in Montreal that the
British Government has commuted the
sentences of the Fenian prisoners from
death to twenty years imprisonment.
JaMes B. Campbell, the recently
chosen United States Senator from
South Carolina, is a native of Oxford,
Mass., and of old Hugenot stock.
Philadelphia is to have a theatre for
the colored people, at which only color
ed actors will play. White folks will
be admitted as spectators.
The Workingmen's League of. Utica
have adopted resolutions declaring in fa
vor of Horace Greeley as a candidate
for United States Senator from New
The San Francisco Times says that
Mrs. Burdell Cunningham was not lost
on the Evening Star, as reported, but is
living in that city, having recently mar
ried a wealthy gentleman named Hayes.
Captain Frank Pott died , at Pottsville,
on the 17th ult., aged forty. seven years.
He was the only son ofJames Pott, and
grandson'ofJohn Pott, the original foun
der of . Pottsville.
A. week of prayer, ordered by the
General Assembly of the United Pres
byterian Church, commenced among the
congregations of that denomination on
Sunday the 6th inst.
Don't put out kerosene lamps by blow
ing down the chimney. A doctor in
Peoria tried it one night, the lamp ex
ploded, and the doctor narrowly escaped
losing his eyes.
A lumbering firm in Skowhegan, Me.,
is said to own 400,000 acres of land, equal
to six or eight large townships, on the
Kennebec River. Their force is 800
men and 380 anithale, and their . winter
product twenty.five million feet of logs.
The.rebel General French, of hi issis
sissippi, a graduate of West Point, was
pardoned by the President, on Friday.
Also half a dozen felons undergoing im
prisonment for various crimes against
the United States.
At a Christmas dinner given by Gen
eral R. S. Foster to his children in ID
dianapolis, when the father turned up
his plate he found under it a deed for
the land on which his house stood, the
gift of his sons, and valued at three
The Catholic population in the United
States has reached such proportion, that
his Holiness the Pope has decided that
four additional Episcopal seats would be
created in that,coun try. In consequence
the United States, which fifty years ago
had only one bishop—that of Balti
more—will now have twenty-two.
While a physician in Zanesville, Ohio
was recently endeavoring to restore a
young lady who had fainted in the
stteet, he found it necessary to remove
eleven pairs of stockings and one , pair of
hose before he could restore: circulation
through her pedal ex tremetiee. She
was detetmined to have calves at what
Twenty-eve years ago nearly alt the
skates used in this country were made ill
Europe, principally in Germany. A
gle Boston house imported from ten. to
thirty thousand pairs'a :ye'q, but not a
stogie pair of foreign skates has beia.'im.
ported - by:them during the - preent• year.
American' skates are 'Nitsily stiferitir: to
thoto of Etollood sad fileutooy.
sr The death roll of the year In
cludes many names distinguished in
politics, in the church, in authorship
andin art. The ranks of the authors
have been thinned. Frederika Bremer
died at Stockholm early is the year ;
Jared Sparks at Cambridge in March ;
Count Gurowski at Washington in May.
Among the dead statesmen and politi
cians are Daniel S. Dickinson, Lewis
Cass, John Van Buren, Elijah F. Pur
dy, Moses F. Odell, James Humphrey,
Senators Focite and Wright, and Com
modore Stockton. Gordon Cumming,
the famous lion hunter, was accidentally
killed in Scotland in March. Prof.
Henry D. Rogers, a distinguished savant
died in Scotland in May. John Ross,
Chief of the Cherokee Nation, died at
Washington in August. The sculptor
Gibson died in Italy in January, seven
ty-five years old. Gen. Scott died at
West Point on the 29th of May. Ad
miral Pareja, commander of the Spanish
fleet in the Pacific, committed suicide.
John S. Rarey, the horse-tamer, died iu
Ohio, in October. Robert D. Minturn,
one of our leading merchants, died on
the 9th of January ; General Hallock,
at New a - en, in the same month ; Si
mon Draper and Police Inspector Car
penter, in November, and Gem. S. R.
* Curtis, in December.
it The rights of the traveling public,
according to judicial decisions, are gov
erned by the following rules, which have
been adopted by the courts. . All rail
road tickets are good until used ; the con.
dition " good for this day only " being of
no value. No person has a right to mon
opolize more seats than he has paid for,
and any article left in the seat while
the owner is temporarily absent, entitles
him to.his nut on his return. Passengers
are bound to observe decorum in the
cars, and are obliged to comply with, all
reasonable demands to show their tick
ets. Conductors are not obliged to
make change, if applicants for tickets do
not offer the exact amount of their fare.
A loss of a ticket necesitates the pur
chase of another, or ejection from the
car, and the latter penalty is lawful for
standing on the platform, or otherwise
violating the rules of the company.
or The Johnson party in Congress
would scarcely make a cozy party for an
old-fashioned stage coach. The number
is six, exactly—three in the Senate and
three in the House. Cowan, of Penn
sylvania; Dixon, of Connecticut, and
Doolittle, of Wisconsin, are the Sena
tors, and Dixon manifests a disposition
to come back to the Republican party.
Of the Representatives, Phelps of Mary
land ; Stillwell of Indiana, and Rousseau
of Kentucky, alone, adhere to the Pres
ident's policy. These men are objects
of pity in their wretched solitude.
l ir The English Colliery explosion
at Yorkshire made 160 widows and 330
orphans, while by the other explosion
in Staffordshire, 84 lives were lost. In
many parts of England, and especially
in the'larger cities, large contributions
were made toward the support of the
survivors. The cause of the explosion
in Yorkshire is known to have been pro
duced by a - naked lighted lamp having
been carried into a forbidden part of the
Oar A man was arrested in Portland,
Me., week before last charged with bur
glary. In a lock in the house robbed
had been found part of
,a knife blade.
Ie the pocket of the man arrested wab
found the knife to which the piece be
longed. From that small and singular
beginning, the officers ferreted oat the
whole thing, and in less than three days
had all the parties implicated in the
-robbery, and recovered most of the stol
lir A family in Danbury, Conn., miss
ed their cat a couple of weeks ago, and
concluded that she had been abducted.
Sunday she was found in a vacant lot in
the neighborhood wrapped io the em
brace of a snake. Both were dead, the
former having perished from the bite of
the cat, marks of whose teeth being
found in its back, and the latter evident
ly suffered death from the too fond hug
of the snake.
OW Human life is not held at high val
ue in Nashville. On Christmas day a
printer named Ike Brown had some
words with a negro, whom be shot twice,
killing him instantly. Brown was ar
rested and taken to a magistrate's of
fice, and after a mock hearing of the case
had been concluded, the prisoner was
honorably discharged, on the ground of
A California wife writes from San
Francisco to her husband in the interi
or : " Dear Sir.--It may be proper, nod
perhaps my, duty to inform you that
about two months ago I succeeded in
getting my divorce from you, and also
that I have married again. You may
continue your monthly remittances, as I
may need them for your three children."
Or A butcher in Milwankie killed a
cow a few days since,.ank found; _ a live
mud-turtle in ter stomach. The shell
was• much eaten by the acid-ofthe stom
ach, and the turtle lived but a few hours
Obit 'to return
how_ from EslroPo• _
Da. % T IMM? 0 CITGIFTED.-A Mr.
Butts has entirely " taken the sails out
of " the gentlemen named above. He
writes to the Herald of Health that he
can lift two thousand seven hundred and
twenty-seven pounds and two ounces.
He says, " I have eaten plain, simple
food—few kinds at a meal—avoided
knick-knacks, pork, and condiments. 1
have used mostly vegetable food, and
milk when that would answer; but .1
found it necessary a portion of the time
to introduce solid animal food into my
diet. I regard beefsteak as containing
the best muscle making principle, be
cause it is muscle, and more readily, dis
tributed as such throughout thesystem."
DEATH OF THE " LARGEST MAN."- Mr.
Jacob Loucks, a respected citizen of
Manchester township, York county,
died on Wednesday last of apoplexy, at
the age of 57 years. He was exceeding_
ly corpulent, and was supposed to weigh
about five hundred pounds at the time
of his death. His coffin measured thir
ty-five inches in breadth by twenty-three
inches in depth. His weight was not
far from that of Daniel Lambert, of
Leicestershire, England, which is given
BB 528 pounds, and who is said to have
been the largest man in the world.
sr The Philadelphia Press says :
Boston, pious Boston, closes all her eat
ing houses at seven o'clock on Sunday
evening. The cars run in Boston, how
ever, on Sunday. In Philadelphia they
don't. Our eating houses and bar rooms
and gambling houses, etc., are, however,
open day and night on that holy day, the
Or The great Fin-e-gan patriot,
James Stephens, has, it is said, retired
from the ranks of the brotherhood, al
leging in justification, that the organiza
tion is not strong enough to compete
for A Berlin tobacconist, on opening
a package from St. Domingo, was aston
fished to find near the top of it the dried
hand of a negro, and a little fur:her down
a bowie knife.
INVIGORATE THE RESPONbIRLE ORGAN.—
The stomach is the responsible organ of the
system. If the digestion is imperfect, every
member, every gland, every muscle, every
nerve and fibre is more or less out of order!
All the fluids are depraved. The brain is clou
ded. The spirits are depressed. All dyspep
tics know this to be the truth. It is not, how
ever, half the truth. Columns would be re
quired to enumerate the pains and penalties
of dyspepsia, nor could any pen do them jus
tice. Tens of thousands feel them; no man
can describe them.
Can they be prevented? Can they he re
lieved? Can they be banished at once and
forever? Unquestionably they can. No dy
speptic has ever taken ' , Hostetter's Stomach
'liters" in vain. Believe no one who says,
the complaint is incurable. The great vegeta
ble stomachic will eradicate it—is eradicating
it in thLusands of casef over which medical
practitioners have shaken their heads omi
nously, saying " Nothing can be done."
The faculty has its fallacies. One of them
is that. Indigestion is the most difficult of all
the ordinary ailments of mankind to combat
and submit. This is a mistake- Nothing can
be easier than to conquer it, if the true specific
be administered. This vegetable combination
which has become famous throughout the civ
ilized world as Hostetter's Stomach .Bitters is
an antidote to the disease which has never been
known to fail, and fortunately it is every
where procurable. If you wish to fool with
the dyspepsia, try the pharmacoprea prescrip
tions. If you want to root it out and prevent
its recurrence, take the Bitters daily. There
is no discount on the testimony in its favor
if there is 'a man or woman who has ever tried
t for Indigestion wilhout being benefitted, the
fact has not transpired. Universal, uncontra.
dieted praise avouches its wouderful tonic vir
Ths Head of a Comet, according to Mil
ton,-is rendered ten-fold more_ terrible by its
"Horrid Hair," and their are thousands of
fiery human heads which might be rendered
charming, by simply changing their tint to a
mellow brown, or a perfectly natural black,
with CRISTADORO'S HAIR is re
diculous to carry into society a grey, sandy
or carroty head, when five minutes would
render it as attractive as Nature could have
made it in her happiest mood. Manufactur
ed by. J. CHRISTADORO, 6 Astor House, N.
Y. Sold by all Druggists. Applied by all
Hair Dressers. - J.
11.2- Deafness, Blindness and Catarrh, trea
ted with the utmost success, by J. ISAACS,
D, Oculist and AuriEt, (formerly of Ley
den, Holland,) No. 51 . 9 PINE st.,
Testimonials from the most reliable
sources in the city and country can be:seen at
his office. The medical faculty are invited tc
accompany their patients, as he has no secrets
in his practice. Artificial Eyes inserted with
out pain. No charge . for examination.
iTcu!--prcia !-ITC !! ! Scratch
Scratch !1— Scratch ! , 1 ! Wu AATO . IOII OINT
MENT will cure the ITCH in 48 hours. Also
cures Salt Rheum, Ulcers, Chilbrains and'all
_the Akin. Prlca 50 cents. For
sale by all druggists. .By sending 60 cents to
WEEKS Sz POTTER, sole ageuts, 170 Washing
ton-at., Boston, it will be forwarded by mail,
free of postage, to any part of the Union.
EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINES are superior
to all othem for family and manufacturing
purposes ; contain all the latest improvements;
are speedy, noisless, durable and easy to work.
Illustrated. Circulars sent free. Agents want
ed. Liberal discount allowed. No consign
ments madm- Addrees.Ex-rmm. S. M. Co, 616
Broadway, N. Y. - . [xiiii6-iy
MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY.—An essay of
warning and`instruction for young men: also,
Diseases and Abuses which preinaturely pros
trate the Vital - Powers,- with sure means of
releif: - Sent free of charge, in sealcil letter
envelopes. Address, Da..T. Braman Ronan
lloydrapl A • teickciatinn, No. ;•..Soutti,Ninth
Street, Philadelphia, F. pub" I,
AMERICAN ARTISTS' UNION!
AMERICAN ARTISTS' UNION!!
AMERICAN ARTISTE UNION!! I
Ibs4] announce thatArtists'
in order Union festablia to extend theh
sale of the following well known and I
Popular Steel Plate EN GRA VI NG ,
Departure of the Pilgrim Fathers
for America, -
Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers, 27 4 (36 in l6 '
The Last Supper,
Faiiimatr Mustering his Recruits, 2430
Skakspeare and his Friends.
Cotter's Saturday Nigin, 2741
Village Blacksmith, 23x28
Manifest Destiny, [Fat tune Tellin 27x32
g] 2 i x 2B
The Massacre of Wyoming in lrG,
.28 3 .3 G
Mount Vernon in the olden time,
or, Washington at 30 years old, ',ha t
The escape of Master McDonald
from the Massacre of Glencoe, 26x34
They have deemed expedient to oiler them
io their friends and the public, at ONE DOLLAR
AND FIFTY CENTS each, the price heretofore
having been $2 each, and for the purpose o
stimulating the getting up of clubs, they have.
determined to award premiums to theg t
up of the clubs, and in addition thereto to dm,
tribute amongst the subscribers the aunt of
FIFTY TIIOLIsAND DOLLARS ,
in money and paintings, as soon as the sal e
shall have reached 100,000 engravings. ; t i l t
it is our intention to advertise very extensively,
and as the engravings are very well knovia
throughout the whole country, we have no
doubt that with the low price we charge ler
them and with the exertion which will be set
forth by our numerous friends, the number w,ll,
be reached in a very short time. As sooq as
it is reached, the subscribers, th ro-gh their cluhl
Agents, will be notified by a circular letterl
from us, naming the time and method of
Single Engraving $1.50 each—by mail, free,
For $l5 we will send 13 Eng. and 2 to tbe
For $2O we will send 15 Eng. raid 1 to te
For $25 we will tend 20 Eng. and 5 to te
For $3O we Mull send 25 Eng. and 6 to the
For $35 we will send 30 Eng. xnd 7 to the
For $5O we will send .50 Eng and a Si;vet
For $75 we will send 80 Eng. and a Ever
For 100 we will send 110 Eng. and a Hunting
The Club packages will be very tecurdy
packed and forwarded by Express.
Any person may get up clubs and forward
the amount either by Expres, Sight draft,
Post ririce order or in a registered letter, and
in all cases the engravings will be immediately
sent, and fot each engraving a numbered Cer
tificate and receipt will be enclosed in the
C. e. D. ORDERS.—Persons wishing to
send for Engravings and pay the -Express Co.
when they are received, will be trquiced to
send with their order $2 to $5, according to ite
amount, and this will be credited on tlintr bill,
LIST OF ParhIIUBIS TO RE DISTRIBUTED.
Oce of $lO 5 OOO in stoney $lO,OOO
" .5,000 " .5.000
Five of 1,00.) et
Ten of 500 "
Fifty of 100 .g SAO
. . . .
Otte hundred elegant Oil Paintings. richly
framed, Landscapes, at $lOO each, 10,1050
Two hundred elegant Oil paintmgs, rich
ly framed, Interior Views, ar $.OO each 10,000
The American a rtists' r • nioe world arid
that these premiums are to be considered seiy
in the light of a free gift to their poisons., 43
the engravings are furnished them &nn their
market value, and as the cost of engreviags,
after the plates are procured, is very tilting,
they can easily afford to make the dig:illation
arge as it is.
ktle trust that our numerous friends throueta•
nut the country and Canudas will use tlitir
utmost exertions, so that if possible, the dis
tribution may be made soon, and it can he
done if they are at all active• Ladies haw
often made excellent Club Agents for us, and
we solicit their kind efforts, which will not go
unrewarded. Let one or more energetic per
sons in every town and village in the country
ommen ce as soon as they see this, and get u
as large a club as possible. fly so doing they
will be the means of introducing elegant en
gravings into families, and thus aid in cultiva
ting a taste for the beautiful and refined.
SEC' AMERICAN ARTISTS' UNION,
14-3 min J 25 Pine St., New York.
OUR STARCH GLOSS
IS THE ONLY ARTICLY
USED EY FIRST CLASS HOTELS,
Laundries, and thousands of Families.
It gives a beautiful polish, making the ito
passamnothly over the cloth, savinginuchani
and label% Goods done up with it keep clean
much longer, consqeuently will not wear oa*
so soon. It makes Old Linea look like Xetii!
i 3 ila best i,)lile tlioti
It is soluble in hard as well as soft water
It is put up in the safest, neatest and most con
venient form of any offered to the public.
It is warranted not to streak the clothes.
Agents a anted everywhere, to whom we ode
extraordinary inducemi nts. Address,
NEW-YORK STARCH. GLOS'i Co.,
Ni'. 218 Fulton-it., New-York.
October 20, 1866.-3m.1
First National Bank of Marietta.
rr HIS BANKING ASSOCIATION
fIAV/1111 COMPLETED (TS ODGAVIZATION
is now prepared to transact all kieds of
BANKING BTTSINESS .
The Board of Directors meet weeklY, 0
Wednesday for discount and other homiest
Bank Moors: From 9 tO3 r.
JOHN HOLLINGER, PRENDEFT.
AMOS BOWMAN, Cashier.
et OYSTERS I liTfr
I am now in the rcceipt of the best of Oyster
which will be served up in the usual eerie
ties of styles. 1 will have fitted up for th'
winter months. warm and comfortablelOOM
on the first' and second doors, for thc
ACCOMMODATION OF THE LADIES'
which department will receive particula
attention. G. U. GOODYAN ,
GOoasl)thiee Erei ui & Ouga S IIWR
Marietta, September 15, IStiti..tf.
DANIEL G. BAKER,
ATTORNEY AT LAM „
OFFICE 24 NOSSH Duss Srsto
opposite the Court House, where he will st•
tend to the practice of his profession Mall its
HA WLS, Balmoral& Gloves, Liosierfil
13 Belts and Buckles, Embroidered Ilsridet:!
chiefs and Collars, Mourning Collars and
Veils, Head ts and Dress Trimmings. it
full supply at Ne
i l l A TTENTION ! SPORTSAI EN !
Eters Gua Caps, Eley'i Gun Wadi
, 5 Sporting and Glazed Dock Powlso
I .l:lltimore Shot i Shot pou ches, powder h)
KR itUT STANDS', Meat Stanub,arwoo
Kegs, 'tuba , Bockats and Ced
generally, constantly on hand at
J. SPANGLER' S.
YON'S Periodical Drops, Liar. d Fe.
male Pille. The Golden OW*
Bi aL43llolll.lo'S long celebrated Lab,
13' Quality of Wines and Liquo rs 10 1
medicinal purposes; at Dr. Janda'.
LL Kinds of Wanks, Deeds, &c.ai6o
Var tibia at !WI.