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Sate4a) . X,orning,,ltarcl, 16, 1863 : ~
egrA Washington correspondent
writes thus of Mrs. President johnsan :
"Mrs. Jelinsoikeppeared at. the recap
tion for the first- - time... I felt a deep
anxiety to see the woman who had
taught her husband to read, and inspired
him with that lofty ambition which led
to place and power. She stood near the
President to • his right ;, pale, thin,
stamped With'care and sickness—an, ex
preside° of- deep curiosity. Looking
for a moment at each person introduced
her eyes would drop immediately in
meditative thoughtfulness, as if her
mind and heart were filled with thoughts
and emotions far different from the gid
dy throng passing by. All who' know
her speak well of her."
Gar The majority of the Committee of
the MasFachnsetts House of Representa
tives reported on March lat against . the
ratific Ation of the Constitutional Amend
ment. A. minority submitted a resolu
tion of ratification.under, protest, de
clariug that Massachusetts
recognize the right of any State to
abridge the franchise by reason of race
or color, and wants no reorgan'zation
except on the basis of universal suffrage,
Ile A Boston newspaper relates a
very pleasant incident. An Irish team
ster who keeps up his establishment in
the "Hub," saw a lady unable to cross
a street during one of the days of the
slush, and reined his horse so as to bring
his sled directly across the street—in
Boston the streets are narrow—wheren-
Nu the lady accepted his extended hand
and crossed without difficulty en the sled.
The teamster should have the medal for
SW Mr. Beckett, the present propri
etor of Point Breeze; Bordentown, the
residence of Joseph Bonaparte when in
this country, having paid'the tax on his
property under protest, carried the case
before the Supreme Court of New Jer
sey, which has decided that the proper
ty of an alien is not exempt from taxa
tion. It is probable that an appeal will
be at once made to the United States
Supreme Court. Thilv is a teat 'ease,
and other aliens will await with interest
the final decision.
4 to the New York Legislature
last weak, Mr. Lockwood introduced a
bill compelling Railway Companies to
place strong- aprons between the plat
forms of all the passenger. cars, to the
end theta parson .passing from one• car
to another may be prevented from fall
ing between the cars in case of sudden
starting of the train, or a
,slip of any
kind. Similar Legislation is now in
force in Connecticut. Many accidents
have arisen, and lives and limbs lost
which this precaution would have saved.
gir A marriage was solemnized in
New Bedford a short time ago, between
a widower who had been bereaved less
than two months, and a widow of less
than three months standing. The most
singular part of the affair is- that the
lady's former husband having died
abroad, there was some dekay.in t_bring
ing home hie remains, ; and his funeral
was aVended by the expectant bride in
the capacity of chief mourner only one
day before the wedding.,
The Negro Suffrage bill has be
come a law of Tennessee. Thus this
State keeps right on, the pioneir =in
Freedom and Progress. This law will
go far to afford security in the future a
gainst the rebels,' and stimulate those
who elsewhere hesitate about putting
in practice the principles of universal
Or Gov. Brownlow has been re-notni
nated by acclamation by the Republican
State Convention of Tennessee, and Gen.
George Thotnas was unanimously de
clared the choice of the State for the
next Presidency. Resolutions approv
ing the policy of Congress were also
adopted. - •
INF Thompson, the negro burglar, who
shot and .severely injured Mrs. Aaron
Ward while robbing her house at New
ark, N. J., New Year's night, has been
sentenced to thirty years in the State
Prison. What alLip Van Winkle ex
perience be will have when he comes
out, that is, if be ever does come out.
gar Gypsies make a good thing or it in
the South, jawing on the drom and pen-
ning dukker to the cbaboe—i. e. travail,:
iog along and , telling :fortunes to the
or An autograph of William Brad
fdrii, the early Atnerican printer, sold in
Nuf e York laet week for $54:
611'4 ,exab,augo flays that, the. Georg.
ia.paupsts rejeteing ,ONer.4the.x.etern
of segroef euzigratell to,.rthe
West. He ineeithapteity paptrsi toixttiVe
(If nn consequence."
"et: • -
Naos in *rut.
A young mer4inc-aboutto be mar
ried droppeAdeAltaile store . in'Brook
15 nN. Y., a few days 4,0. its affianced
overheard the messenger of the sad news
telling it to her mother when she was
immediately bereft of her reason—it is
feared.hopelessilw... , • ;.
The wife of a New York "minstrel"
has 875,000 worth of diamonds, the,:pro
duct of burnt cork. It is only carrying
but the‘stieutificprotilem that , diamonde
can be made from charcoal.
A bill to prevent the rale of liquor on
election day is before the New Jersey
A sloo' Coupon Bond 1 1 7a8 found
among the rags at a paper mill in Am
herst, Mass., last week.
Every mechanic should iiave ready at
hand a box of Grace's Celebrated Salve,
as it is a ready remedy for accidents,
such as cuts, bruises, contused wounds•
barns, scalds, poisoned skin, and erup
tions, caused by operations in the fac
tory, dye s honse, or printing office. Only
25 - cents a box.
Over a million rata were drowned by
the freshet at Cincinnati.
Yollit Brigham Young has come East
on his way to the Paris Exhibition,
A man has proposed to the municipal
authorities of Paris to remove the trees
which now line the street of that city,
and supply their places with painted tin
A number ladies of Columbia, G., have
organized a plan to aid Jeff Davis ,and
family—through, a lottery scheme.
Alfred Tennyson is at work on a naw
poem—longer and on a grander beale
than his last. Its tame will be shortly
The. French Government has announ
ced that it will not relinquish the right
of searching the baggage of viaitors to
Yon! g Christopher Columbus, decend_
ant of the great discoverer has just come
into possession of his father's estates and
title, Duke of 'Version.
Gov. Brown of Georgia, is urging the
acceptance of the Re-construction bill,
Negro suffrage and all, upon this State.
A rogue who was bard up, attempted
to pick the pocket of the "local" of the
Richmond Whig. He got—nothing.
A mulatto slave won the prize medal
for sculpture at the Brazil lian Provincial
Exposition, and has received her free
Tha first water was let into the Chi
cago Lake Tunnel on the Ist inst. Ex
perimental flooding for the purpose of
testing the'structure will last for several
Power will drive the heaviest machin
ery, but alubricater is cheaper and, in
many cases, as effective.
A Washington dispatch says, that a
Democratic member of. Congress con
templates moving the appointment of a
Smelling Committee, to ascertain what
members are iu the habit of drinking too
much whiskey. His dergocratic collea
gues, however, aro expostulating against
Mutilated and worn out currency is
made into envelopes for the Treasury
A beggar woman died recently in
Paris, and $BOOO - were found in the ash
es on her hearth,
A new stove has been invented for the
comfort of travellers. It is to be put
under the feet, with a mustard plaster
on the head, which draws the heat
through the whole system: .
The first election in the District 'of
Columbia under the negro suffrage law
passed off quietly in Georgetown on Feb
ruary 25th ; and resulted in the triumph
of the' negro suffrage ticket.
Governor Brownlow, of Tennessee,
has vroclaimed his intention to call Oat
&hp militia to protect the Union men of
The bay of Samana, St. Domingo, has
been purchased by the Uniied States as
a coaling station, and the treaty has
been forwarded to this country.
The prpceedings during the closing
week of the Thirty-ninth Congress were
of a most important and exciting .
At a meeting bald in Atlanta, Georgia;
on March 4th, resolutions submitting to
the will of Congress were adopted. The
Virginia Legislature had been convened
in order to take similar action,
The Radicals not only' elected the
Mayor of Georgetown, D.C., but secured
seven out of eleven Councilmen.
A switch-tender on the New Jersey
Railroad lee been- convicted of man.
slaughter for negligence, in causing an
accident, by which two persons were
Tile remaining portion of Table Rock,
at'Niagara, will be blown froin its pres
ent dangerous position, by order pf the
Ai r. Itob,tri.iingoln,telflgstoson4oftoe
late President, has beetkotamitdedlipthe
bar in Illinois.
4A‘MR - 6
At this time when, conveyances
andassignments are about beinernade,
th&following synopsis of the late' decis
ion Of the:Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, will be of value to our readers.
In the case of McCandless vs. Engle,
lately decided by the Supreme Court,
to appear in the next volume of reports,
fhe iollowing reports were sittlid:-
1. When fraud or duress has bees
practiced in obtaining4t,wife's acknowl
edgment to a deed and the knowledge of
it, or of snob`circumstances as would•
lead to inquiry has been brought home
to the guarantee, it will avoid the . ac
2. Less than actual duress will avoid
the acknowledgment of a wife, if it be
known to the party claiming through it,
or when he ought to have inquired for
defences, and did not, as in case of taking
an assignment of a mortgage.
3. The acknowledgment, will be avoid
ed if the wire made it under moral con_
straint—that, is by threats, persecution
and harshness of her husband to force
her to set aside her own free will and
comply willingly with his wishes.
4. The acknowledgment of the wife
must be taken out of the presence of the
husband, where he cannot see or hear
any indication of unwillingness on her
part to excuse or acknowledge the in
strument, otherwise she has no oppor•
tunity to escape the coercion.
5. In regard to the obligation to in
quire if there be anything to invalidate
an acknowledgment, the rule is different
in the case of conveyance of real estate,
and the assignment of a mortgage, which
is but a security for money.
RITUALISM —A large number of the
Protestant Episcopal Bishops of the
United States are out in a public docu
ment against the introduction of ritual
ism, or rather Romanism, into the ser
vices of the church. It is believed that
all the Southern Bishops will favor' it.
In England the subject is causing much
agitation. The protest of the London
clergy against ritualistic practices has
received 423 signatures, and its promo
tern state that the incumbents and curate s
in charge of parishes who have signed
have the care of more than 1,101,600
souls, according to the census of 1861.
By the same census, the whole population
of the diocese was 2, 570,079. The mat
ter, it is not at all improbable; may lead
-to a separation of the church:
sir It is related that the Earl.of Chat
am had promised that his son should be
present at the demolishing of a wall
about the estate, but through accident
it was palled down in his absence. His
Lordship felt the importance of his word
being kept sacred, so he ordered the wall
to be rebuilt, that his eon might be pres
ent when it was again demolished, as be
had promised. It was not that a child's
whim might be humored, but that his
faith in his father's word might be tin_
®' A. terrible tragedy has occurred in
California. A gentleman recently made
a lady a present of a pair of pistols, and
after several trials of skill they conclu
ded to go through the forms of a duel.
They took their places, fired at thwword,
and to the terror of the lady the gentle
than fell. She threw herself frantically
upon the corpse, embracing and kissing
it with every emotion of. endearment.
Under such magical influences the gen
tleman revived, and rose unhurt from
the ground, and—andthey are to be
There are over four hundred deal
ers in cheap toys for children in Paris,
employing two thousand workmen.
There cometh glad tidings of joy'to all,
To young and old, to great and to small;
Th' beauty which once was - so precious and rare
Is free for all, and all may be fair,
BY THE USE OF
CHASTELLAR'S WHITE LIQUID ErierdEl.,
For improving and beautifying, die Com
The most valuable and perfect preparation
in use, for giving the skin a beautiful pearl
like tint, that is only found in youth- It
quickly. removes tan, freckles, pimples, blotch
es, moth patches, sallowness. Eruptions and
all impurities of the skin, kindly healing the
same leaving the skin white and clear as ala
baster. Its use cannot be detected by the
closest scrutiny, and being a vegetableprepa
ration is , perfectly harmless. It it the Only
article of the kind Used by the French, and it
considered by the Parisian as indispensable to
a perfect toilet. Upwards of 30,000 bottles
were sold during the past year, a sufficient
guarantee of its effisacy. Price, only 75'cents.
Sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of an or
der, by BERGE R, SHUTTS & CO.,
,285 River St., Troy, N. Y.
ha62orityiwßlilliatncecti ) e a eoe : i 2i kir n r cv i a , : n r i s tE sh k t t p l -11- ei t rac tsli nt,i ; o t eeb4 ni
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er lot of those - Su
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Good-4-4 Brown Sheeting; only 20 cents; in the p
..:r 7-8 ,r " ' 6 IScents;
1 - -`3,4 -- 44 .. i g : ' for wine,
" 1.24. cents ! Ushers' 10,
-Good 4-4'White Sheeting, only 20 cents. usu- The busi,
.., 6 4 Price„,3oc i ,good
,4,4- white Sheeting, no capital it
ss4 ll :lo s c u e!; a ot,g l i
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price BS and 405; ex
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i f : A a r t i lls o Bo n : s 7nn i w a w smPr4eo contain. R's
Wool Twl led . Flannels only 37 i-2. Centii! literature. Free to ,
GOOD CALICOES from 124 to' 18s CENTS
or 4 '
from fl 1:75-to• $2:70 ; Ladies
and Gents Kid. Gloves—all colors.
A good assortment of Hosiery, from Offic T e, o B2
j Ce ( d ) a li r-o N t., 1
18c per pair upwards, and everything in and , r Ls i
OUR• LINE CHEA.P!
Come this way SuperiorSkate
and - get Bargains. s—Ladies Men's
For The useful
gaff, titin e g e s an d
For ; we, will be.governed by our old ,motto : pocket Books—evety , varieth
Hint a "Quick Fip is better than a slow Shil- All styles ot Coal Oil Lamps,
ling? that is to say that we would rather sell New.styles, Ladies MolioCco Satan
at a smalladvance,,than .not.selLat all. Good-wife's Companions—new,
In this establishment will always be found Latest novelty' in Port' Folios,
a•choice lot of Teas, Coffees, Sugars and•Syr- Haus fine Pearl and Ivory
; opal , Having ,purchasetl our stock, roa CASH Repeaters. Sharp's Improved,
enables us to otter bargains to,p,urchasers.„ Sleigh Bells—fine plated and white
Marietta, January ` 12 , 1867: ' - -
' r Blair Bnishes—durable and cheap,
; Axes Hatchets and Hammers,
li .0 PlCEBGXESpinigar:boxesidinit jari4:win- ' s l i ' k• erson's,
Razor trop m
Odow blindsplooking glassei. at..,. 4 , , .
DUStOrl'a Rarid'arld Tennant Saws,
handled P oi ,
JOHN SANGLEE'S: ' • - ' • ninved, 1 slc
, , Wringere. 16 41)".6 - 4 d 'common s
~ , v ~o rt , ,
' ' AlllkailftiSTrciffine Ivory an
Rolling Pins, Washers ace'
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Male or Female, of all ages, are wanted to
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entire world, for the most saleable novelties
ever known. 600 PER CENT 'PROFIT Laid
READY BALE WHEREVER OFFERED • Smart
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and receive pay afterwards! It you actually
wish to make money rapidly and easily, write
for full particulars and address.
MILNOR & CO., (From Paris,).
210 Broadway, New-York City.
Newspapers copying will be liberally dealt
with. (Feb. 2,1867.-Iy.
MARK THE SEASON!
Of those incoinparable Gas
Burning Parlor Stoves. Also, • -
THE IMPROVED 'VULCAN HEATER.
C:;.:1 and see them at J. SPANGLER'S.
ATTENTION ! SP94ISMEN
'ere . Gnn caps, E'er.' Gun Wadds,
Dupont's Sikaing lAMB Glazed Duck Po `
Baltimore Shot ; Shot Pouches, Powder Plaskis
Dn. Scnxricx's PULMONIC SYRUP. This i
great medicine cured Dr. J. H, Schenck, the
pinprietor.of pulmonary Consumption, when
it had assumed its most formidable aspect, and
when speedy death Appeared to be inevitable.
His physicians pronounced his case incurable,
when he commenced the ,use of this ample
but powerful remedy. His health was reT I
stored in a very short time, and no return of I
the disease has been Apprehended, for all the
symptoms quickly disappeared, and his present
weight is more than two hundred pounds.
• Since his recovery, he has devoted-
tention exclusively to the cure of Consumption
and the diseases which are usually complicat
ed with it, and the cures effected by his medi
eines have been very numerous and truly
'Wonderful.. Dr. Schenck makes professional
visits M . 'several of the larger cities weekly,
where he has a large concourse of patients,
and it is truly astonishing to see pour consump
tives that have to be lifted out of their car
riages, and in a few months, healthy, robust
persons. Dr. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup, Sea
weed Tonic and Mandrake Pills are generally
all required in - curing Consumption. Full di
rections accompany each, so that any one can
take them without seeing Dr. Schenck, but
when it is convenient it is best to see him.
He gives advice free, but for a thorough ex
amination with his Respirometer his fee is
Please observe, when purchasing, that the
two likenesses of the Doctor—one when in the
last stage of Consumption, and the other as he
now is, in petfect health—are on the Govern
Sold by all araggists and dealers. Price
$1.50 per bottle, or $7.50 the half dozen. Let
ters for advice should always be directed to
Dr. Schenck's Principal Office, No. 15 North
6th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
General Wholesale Agents: Demas Barnes,
& Co., N. Y.; 8. S. Hance, Baltimore, Md. ;
J. D. Park, Cincinnati, 0. ; Walker ts. Taylor,
Chicago, 111. ; Collins, Brs., St. Louis, Mo. [3
To OWNERS OF Ho ES ES. —Thousands of
horses die yearly from Colic. This need not
be. Dr. Tobias' Venetian Horse Liniment
will positively cure every case, if given when
first taken. The cost is only one dollar.
Every owner of a horse should have a bottle
in his stable, ready for use. It is warranted
supetior to anything else for the cure of Cut's
Wind Galls, Swellings, Sore Throat, Sprains,
Bruises, Old Sores, &c. This Liniment it no
new remedy. It has been used and approved
of for 19 years by the first horsemen in the
country. Given to an overdriven'llorse, it
acts like a magic. Orders ate constantly re
ceived from the racing stables of England for
it. The celebrated Hiram Woodruff, of trot.
ting fame, has used it for years, and says it is
far superior to any other he has tried. He
kindly permits me to refer to him. His ad
dress is East New York, Long Island. Re
collect, Dr. Tobias' Venetian Horse Liniment
is put up in pint bottles. Take no other.
Sold by all the Druggists and Saddlers. Depot
66 Cortlandt street, New York. [3l-'4
ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS
Allentown, Penn., April 4, 1865
Messrs. T. A LLcomc Er. Co.:
Dear Sirs :—My daughter , used one of your
R9rous Plasters,. She had a very.bad,pain in
her aide, and it cured her is one weak.
JOHN V. N. HUNTER
We refer to the forty thousand Druggists
.who sell our plasters, as to their high sterling
character. At tcocw. & Co., Agency, Brand
reth House, New York, sold by all Druggists.
GONE FOREVER:—SO say the ladies of their
beauty, when the mirror shows them
nce jet and golden ringlets streaked with
grey. But never was there a more false con
clusion'. Though - the hair be as iwhiteF as
Time's own forelock, or worse still, as red as
a fiery 'meteor—Prestol it is invested in a
moment with the most magnificent black or
brown by rhe agency Qf CRISTADORO S S HALE
DIM, a perfectly wholesome and purely vege
able preparation. Manufactured by J. CRIS
TADORO, 6 Astor house New York. Sold by
+till druggists. Applied by all hair dressers.
HELMBOLb'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT
Buchu is the Creat Diuretic.
HELKBOLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT
Is the Great Bl.od Purifier
Both are prepared according to rules of
Pharmacy and Chemistry, and are the most
active that can be made.
EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINES are superior
to all others for family and manufacturing
purposes ; contain all the latest improv ements
are speedy, noisless, durable and easy to work.
Illustrated Circulars sent free. Agents want
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ments made. Address EMPIRE S. M. Co, 61
Broadway, Y. .
MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY.—An essay of
warning and instruction .for young men : also,
Diseases and, Abuses which prematurely pros
trate the Vital Powery, with sure means of
releif. Sent free of Marge, in sealed letter
envelopes; Addrgts, DR. J. Sarctra Rouen-
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Street, Pitiladelphia, Pa. - [july 1,'66-ly.
FOIL Nort-retentiowor Incontinence of
Urine, irritation, inflammation or ulceration
of the bladder, or kidneys, diseases of the pros
tate glands,. stone in the bladder, calculus,
gravel or brick dust deposits, and all diseases
of the bladder, kidneys and dropsical swellings
ÜBE HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU.
IiELIVIBOLD'S Extract Buchu gives
health and vigor.to, the franie and bloom to
he pkrlid Cheek." Debility is accompanied by
malty alarniing syniptoms, and if no treatment
is 'Submitted to, consumption, insanity or epi
leptic fits ensue.
Da. ENFEEBLED and delicate constitu
.tions, of both flexes, use Helmbold , s -Extract
Buchu. It will gitie brisk and energetic feel
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TAKE no more unpleasant and unsafe
remedies tor Unpleaiant and dangerous dis
eases. Use Helmbold's Extract Buchu and
Improved Rose Wash.
HEPIIVILD'S Fluid Extract Bacilli is
pleasant in taste and odor, free from injurious
properties, and immediate in its action.
31:107 THE Glory of man is strength—There•
fore' the. nervads and debilitated Should imnie
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M 9 MIL are re
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New Trimming aA Variety Stec,
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MRS. MARGARET ROTH
DIMS leave to announce to the Ladies of the
D borough of Marietta and vicinity, that she
has just returned hum Philadelphia, where
•sbe-laid-iwan , entireirerv,atock.ofiashionable,'
and useful TRIMMINGS AND FANCY AR
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NOvelties of the Season,_ among whichill be
found the celebrated new style
Trail Hoop Skirts; Plain & Fancy Garters;
Queen floods, Chid: ens Coats 6^ Sacques
- Plain and Fancy Mantua and, Velvet
ilibbons, Gimps, Cbrds and 7assels,
and Buttons in endless vaieety.
Paper and Linen Collars and
Cuffstoi Ladies and Gents,
Hosiery and Gloves, Linen &Emb'd Collars,
Zephyr Shawls, Plain & Emb'd H'dkfs.
Opera Caps, & Zephyr Scarfs
Suspenders,- Germantown Wool,
Twilights, 'Breakfast Coneys,
Braids and Shetland Wool,
Bindings, . Zephyr Yarn,
BA LMOR A LS & SKELETON SK (RTS,
Corsets, Belting ; Edging, Ruffling, Cord of all
colors ; Fancy Fans, Kid, Kid-finish Silk
and White Lyle Thread Gloves, Silk
Mitts, Embroidery Men's Gloves
an Neck Ties ; Pearl Cuff
Buttons, Belt Buckles of
various styles, .Tape
Thimb:es, Silk Tassels, Emery Bags, Fancy
Soaps,' Perfumery, &c., &c.
Particular attention has been paid to the se
lecting of ,sinall wares, such as Sewing Silk,
Cotton and Linen Thread, tVlialebone, HoOks
and Eyes, Needles, Pins, &c.
n- The public are particularly requested to
call and examine fur themselves.
Mrs. R. is agent for the sale of the cel
ebrated Singer "A" Family Sewing Machines
which took the tirut premium at the late New
York State Fair. She will also instruct per
sons purchasing from her, bow to work the
LATEST PASIHO.: ,S DEMAND.
Bradle3's Celebraltd Patent Duplex
LOR DOUBLE .SPRIN . O] SKIRT
riiHE Wonderful flexibility and great "com
fort and pleasure to any I •dy wearing the
Duplex I;ip tic Skirt will be experienced par
ticularly in all crowded assemblies, operes,
cairiagea, la:thud cars ' church pews, aim
chairs tar promenade slid !ouse dress, as the
start can be folded when in use to occupy a
small place as easily and conveniently as a
silk or to US] iii dress; ell it valuable quality in
crinoline not found in any sijigie spring skirt.
A lady having enjoyed the pl9paure, comfort
end greet convenience of wearing the . Duplex
Elliptic steel spring skirt for si single day, will
never afterwards willingly dispense with their
use. Fur cl.i.dren, nusies, and young ladies
they are superior to all oh ra.
They will .not bond or break like the Single
Spring, but will preserve their porfect and
grace shype when throe or four ordinary skirts
will have been thrown aside as useless. The
hoops are covered with double and twisted
thread, and the bottom rode are not only double
springs, but twice (or double) covered; pre
venting them from wealiog out when dragging
-down steps, stairs, &e.
:The Duplex Elliptic is •3 great favorite' with
all ladicsand is universAdy recommended, by
the Fashion Magazines ad the .standard skirt of
the fashion:ible world.
To eej , y the following inestimable advanta
ges inn - Moline, viz: superior quality, perfect
manufacture, stylish.shepe avid.
durability, coruf.,rt and ecounmy, enquire
dr J. AV: 13 It A DVE r'S Duplex Elliptic or
-Double Spring.tzliirt,-and be sure•you get the
CAUTION :—To guard aga'nst imposition be
particular to.notice that skirts offered as "Du-
PLEX" have the red ink stamp, viz : " J. W.
Bradley's Duplex Efliptic Steel Springs." upon
tne waistband—nooe.others are genuine. Also
notice that every hoop will Valli a pin being
passed - through the thus revealing the
two (or double) springs braided together there
in, which is the secret of their flexibility and
strength, and a cornhiliation not to be found in
any other Skirt.
For . .sale is all stores where first class
skirts are sold, throughout the United Stites
and elsewhere. Manufactured by the sole
ow nets of, the patent,
WESTS,BRADL EY& CARY,
No. 93 Chambers and 79 & St Heade-eta, N.Y
NEW %y INTER GOODS'
AT GABLE STRICKLER'S,
MARKET STREI, MARIETTA, PA,
LOT for cArsii
Having selected our stock, out of a lot of
goods imported since the decline in - gold, al
lows us to offer goods below New Yosk and
Philadelphia retail prices.
OUR LADIES DEPARTMENT
Consists cf choitie styles of embroidered Mi
haly ,in,plain colors, silk plaid Mohair, Wench
and Scotch wool plaids, English and French
merinos, figured and plain delaines, all styles
of American De Laines; and a full Stack of la
dies wear generally.
MEN AND BOY'S YEAR.
English, Yrench and Domestic cloths; Car
simeres and vestngs in great variety; Beater
cloths .for Overcoatinz ; undershirts and draw
erk; hats and caps, &c., &c.,
House furnishing goods of all kinds; flan
nels from 35 cents to $1 per yard; large lot of
bleached and' unbleached Muidins,.Dills and
Cotton "flannels. Glass and Queensware ;
floor and table oil cloth's ; Groceries of all
kinds; Salt and. Fish, all selling at con espond
in gly low prices. Call and exsmine for your
Marietta, Sept. 29. 1866.
LL Kinds of Blanks, Deeds, &c.
THE WORLD ASTONISZED.
AT TAR WONDERFUL REVELATROW
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H. A. Perrigo.
to secr u e l t p a pi n n o ess izz:
doleful events, catastrophes, crosses in love, o
Sjit he re r s e t v o e re a s h
- loss of-relations-and file:ids, loss of
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concerning tose long separated, give, informationerin
absent friends or lov ers
lust or stolen property, tells y ou th, , l l , estores
you are best qualified to pursue sadess
-you. wilk.be most successful, causes s .at
marriages and tells you the very day youp ei.
marry, gives you the name, likeness and char.
acteristics of the person. Che reads your very
.`Noughts, and by her almost supernatural pow.
era unveils the chit and hidden mysteries of
the future. From the stars we see in the firm
aiii_ent--:-.-the malefic stars that overcome or
predominate in the configuration—from the
aspects and positions of -tht planets and the
fixed.stars in the heavens at the time of birth,
she deduces the future destiny of man. p a il
not to ' consult the greatest Astrologist on earth.
It costs you but a trifle, and you may never
again have so favorable an opportunity.
Consultatien fee, with likeness and all desired
informatio n , $l. 'Parties living at a distance
can consult the Madame by mail with equal
safety and satisfaction to themselves, as it is
person. A full and explicit chart, Written trzt
with all inquiries answered and likeness en•
closed, sent by mail on receipt of price Onto
mentioned. The strictest secresy
maintained, and all correspondence returned
or destroyed. References of the highestorder
urnished those desiring them. Write plainly
the day of the month and year in which you
were born, enclosing a small lock of hair,
Address, MAD.; DIE H. A. PEI:RION
P. 0. Drawer 293, Beale, N. Y.
PATTERSON & co.,
NO. 66i MARKET STREET,
D E.4LERS IN
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
Keep constantly on band a full occk a i.
clink Material, Nails,
GLASS, PAINTS, CILS, WHITE LEAD, e.
SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF CEMENT, &C.,
0 IRO N: Rolled and Ilatramrti
Iron, Steel, Ilarw-Shoes Bar,
Norway Nail Rods, Hoop and Band Inn,
Horse-Shoe Nails, Bolts, Files, Rays, etc.
h OUSE-KKERIMI GOON..
A.NI) PARLOR STOVES, RANCH
Tubs, Churns, Cedar Stands,
Wasn Boards, Buckets,
Knives and Forks,
Plated and iUetalic .s:poonr,
Sad Irons, Kraut Cutters, Waiters,
Copper Kettles Clothes ‘Vringers. rims,
Iron Ladles, Meat Stands, Coal Oil
. Lamps, Shades and Lanterns, Tea
Scales, Coffee kill's, Painted
Chamber Setts, &c., &c.
Forks, Shovels, Hoes, Spades, Horse Brushes
Wheel Grease, Fish, Sperm and Lutric
Cistern Pumps, Long and Short Tram.
Breast Chains, &c., &c.
T 0 0 L : Hand and Wood Saws, Hatchets,
Chopping and Hand Axes,
Augers and Auger Bits, Braces, ?ruining
Hooks and Shears, &c., &c.
Thankful for past patronage, we hope L rueel
and receive a continuance of the 'dame,
Tfeliobold's• fhtit) :I::xfhlit Bwim
Is a certain cure for diseases of the
BLADDER, RI DNEYS, GRAVEL, DROP
SY, ORGANIC WEAKNESS, FEMALE
COMPLAINTS, GEN ERA L DEBILITY
and all diseases of the
whether existing in
M ALE OR FEMALE,
from whatever cause originating and no mat
ter of BOW LONG STANDING
Diseases of these organs require tilt use of a
. . .
If no treatment is submitted to, C4nFurap
tion or Insanity may ensue. Our Flebn and
Blood are supported from these sources, sod
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS,
that of Posterity, depends non prompt we et
a reliable remedy.
BELMBQLD'S EXTRA -T
Estattliawards of 18 years, prc
pared H. T. HEL:MBOLD,
591 Broadway, New York and
109 South 10th street, Philadelphia. Pa.
Oh ! ahe was beautiful and fair,
With starry eyes and radiant hair.
Whose curling tendrils soft, entwind,
Enchained the very heart and mind.
For curling the hair of either sex jig!)
Wavy and Glossy kinglets or Hem
By using this article Ladies and Gentloom
can beautify themselves a thousand fold. It
is the only article in the world that will Cal
straight hair, and at the same time give it B
beautiful, glossy appearance. The Crisper
Coma not only curls the hair, but invigorates ,
beautifies and cleanses it ; it is highly and de
lightfully perfumed; and is the most complete
article of the kind ever offered to the Ameri
can public. The Crisper. Coma will be sent
to any address, sealed and postpaid for $1•
Address all orders to
W. L CLARK. & Co.. Chemists,
Nn ..3 West Wyette Street, Syracuse, N. Y•
!AGREEABLE AND PROFITABLE
grrililaisinEnt fas elscit,e gate,
MESSRS. ALACKWELL & CD,
Newspaper and Periodical
Subscription Office No 82 Cedar-st., N. Y.
ITh ESIRE to engage ONE good correspondent
...LP in midi town, to extend thea busiueee
in the principal and NewspaPero,
The business is respectable, Ws
for .which. they takesubscriptions at the pub•
fishers , lowest prices.
no capital is required': it is also suitable for
ladies. Full particulars in our "Correspond.
ent's Circular, mailed free.
Also, now ready. a new Edition of our third
annual newspaper and periodical Catalogue
(fur 1807) containing over 200 different Pgb;
lications—a most useful thing to all lovers in
literature. Free to any address.
BLACK WELL & Co.,
Office, 82 Cedar-st N.Y.(P. O. Box 428 8 .)
TO JOIN SPANGLEBS.
For useful things and things of spot
The gay and serious here resort•
Superior Skates—Ladies Men's and BOB' ,
Pocket Books—Rivet.), variety,
All styles ot Coal Oil Lamps,
New.styles, Ladies Morocco Satchels,
Latest novelty'in Port Folios,
act ra fine Pearl and Ivory handled Pocket
Repeaters, Sharp's Improved, (Kaile6'
Sleigh Bells—fine plated and white metal,
Razor Strop' —tinerson's ,
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Wringers. late imprOved,
Rolling Pins, Washers &c•