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MARIETTA. PA :
Saturday Morning, June 15, 1867,
eir Wells, the late shuffling, incapable
Governor of Louisiana; like Judge Abell,
Mayor Monroe, and Attorney-General
Herron, dies hard.' He first refused to
yield op his office to the quiet demand
of Governor Flanders ; but when Gen.
Sheridan Bent him an order by the hands
of one of his staff officers the valliant
official yielded—yielded, he said only at
the point of the sword I Now Wells
joins with the previously ousted rebels
and their followers in an effort to have
Sheridan removed by the President, but
we do not believe that so gallant and
true an administrator of affairs in that
military district will be turned out for
doing his plain, premptory duty. The
Provident will hardly venture upon such
Cr A man in Bridgeport, Conn., last
Sunday went to church' to bear his
"banns" announced. The naive of the
lady was given correctly, but to hie hor
ror another gentleman was named as
the joyful expectant. He rushed fran
tically to his inamorata, who said she
had been induced to change her mind in
consequence of hearing that he had been
boasting of his conquest. She remained
inexorable to hie ontreatius, and mar
ried her new lover.
t Sword blades resembling those of
Daraascus,are made at Soligen,Germany.
A faggot is first formed of alternate fine
bars of iron and steel. It is drawn out,
doubled and twisted several times, and .
then formed into a ribbon. Two such
ribbons are welded together, inclosing
between them a thin blade of the best
cutting steel. After polishing it, it is
dipped in diluted sulphuric acid to give
it a pattern.
war The editor of the Olearmont Eagle
oilers a thousand dollars for the inven
tion of what he terms a sensible set of
horse shoes—light neatly finished steel
shoes that can be readily put on and
taken off by the owner of the horse or
the groom, just as he does the harness,
when occasion requires.
f ir Mayor McMichael, of Philadel
phia, has issued rigid instructions to his
lieutenants of police, relative to enforc•
ins a late law of the Legislature provid
ing for the closing of all drinking sa
loons at 12 o'clock each night and on
Sunday during the entire day and even
*ir A lady applied at the Portland,
Me., police office on Monday, in search
of a lost cat, for which she offered
$l,OOO reward. She brought the ani
mal from England, and thought a great
deal of it. The cat had on when lost a
gold necklace worth $4O which may ac
count for its disappearance.
ar Walter M. Rogers, a policeman,
was murdered at Memphis last week by
a drunken man named Tom Prewitt.
The murderer approached the officer and
told him to get down on his knees and
beg for mercy. Rogers declined to do
so, when Prewitt shot him dead. Pre
witt was seized and put in jail.
er At Fairfield, lowa, on the 22nd
ult., Joseph Matthews, while partially
deranged, deliberately murdered hie
wife while she was preparing breakfast.
Ile walked from the front room to the
kitchen, and with two strokes of en axe
killed her immediately. The - Only wit-
ness present was aeon of about six years.
lair The Richmond Examiner has been
reduced in size and price. - It has two
new editors, and will be published on
the co-operative principle. 'lt also es
chews politics and will henceforth de
vote itself to the dissemination of news
and the promotion of local interests.
Gir The ex-Confederate Major Gener
al Ewell is quietly cultivating a farm of
a couple thousand acres at Spring Hill;
Tenn. He very sensibly devotes his at
tention chiefly to stock raising and to
the cultivation of corn, and plants little
or no cotton.
er The wife ofG-, A. Niccals, Super
intendent Of the Reading Railroad, was
buried in Reading on Saturday. -In ad
dition to a large concourse of citizens,
there were some fifteen hundred, em
ployees of the, railroad company in at
tendance at the funeral.
ifir A. Mrs. Parker,,of Anamose, lowa,
has been living for months with a live
lizard in her stomach, according to the
quacks. Death finally came to her re
lief, when, as the result of a post-mort..
em examination, it,was ascertained-that
she had the consumption.
GE - In Newborn, N. 0 4 ,:ayfew days
since, a person who had purchased an
old army mattress ripped it oggn -And
discovered a big roll of greenbacks in it.
There has been much rippiog of old
matt r inns .
eir A young lady, some six weeks
since, residing in Quincy, 111, , was de
tained in Springfield over Sunday, in
consequence of a failure of the cars to
connect. A young man from the same
place, reached Springfield by another
train and was similary detained. Both
were disapointed, and disagreeable.—
They met at the table, recognized each
other, and although not formerly acquain
ted, soon became so. Mutual distress
established a chord of sympathy, and
the day passed very agreeably. The
following morning each took the several
trains for their destinations. A few days
later, two trains met at Berlin, and at
opposite windows sat the young man and
the young lady. 11l at ease in that con
dition, the former left his seat, and en.
tered the other car, and sat down by the
side of the latter. Result—they are now
on their wedding tour.
Cr General Sheridan has written to
General Grant his reasons for the remov
al'of certain New Orleans officials. He
removed Judge Abell because that offic
er for nine months had promised, and
made it matter of public scandal, that
there should be no prosecution in his
court againit the murderers of Union
men and negroes. He removed Mr.
Herron because be refused to do his
duty in indicting the men who were
known to have organized and conducted
the massacre. He removed Mayor Mon_
roe because he controlled the regiment
of murderers known as the police force
of New Orleans.
A gay and dashing young widow,
in Medina, N.Y., en traped a young man
and married him. An expensive wed
ding tour followed. They then settled
down in Grand Rapids, when husband
became tired of her ways, and abandoned
her. But her strategy was equal to her
straits. She procured quinine, took
twelve grains, and announced her inten
tion to leave the earth. Her friends
became alarmed, a physician was called
and her husband summoned. The qui
nine yielded, and so did the husband.
Cir Charles Mix, one of the oldest and
most respected residents of Barre, Or
leans Co., came to his death last week
in a singular manner. Elve was removing
potatoes from an under to an upper bin
in his cellar, and while stooping in the
under bin, the upper one gave way, pre
cipitating the accumulated weight upon
him, and breaking his neck. The fami
ly were absent at the time, and he was
not found until the,day after the fatal
occurrence. Mr. Mix had lived in the
town over fifty years.
igir A. creosoted sleeper, put down on
the Stockton and Darlington Railway in
England, in August, 1841, was taken up
March 14, 1867, after nearly twenty-five
years' service. The grain of the wood
although slightly discolored - by creosote'
is as fresh and apparently as tough as
that of newly-sawed timber, and the odor
of creosote is as strong as if the wood
had just been operated upon.
sur Last week a man was being tried
before Judge Mitchell in Washington,
N. C., for the crime of horse stealing ;
the jury had just retired to find their
verdict, when, an auction bell was heard
announcing the sale of some bank prop
erty; everybody being interested imme
diately left the court-room, and the pris
oner walked out with the crowd and left
for parts unknown.
4.0" An exchange says : Put the feet
for half an hour, two or three successive
nights in a pretty strong solution of soda,
the alkali dissolves the indurated cuti
cule, and the corns fall out spontaneous
ly, leaving, a small cavity which soon
fills. This receipt is vouched for as a
certain' remedy. Should it prove so it
will entitle the author to the heart-felt
thanks of many a sufferer.
Imo' The Emperor Napoleon has pre
sented to the University at South Bend,
Indiana, superb and powerful teles
cope, valued at 25.,000 francs. It has
inscribed upon it in French ; "Present
ed by his Imperial Majesty Napoleon
lIL to the Catholic University of Notre
Dame du Lac, Indiana, United States!'
se- Mr. Henry Hazeltine, a young
American sculptor, now in Rome,. is
executing for the Union League Club of
Philadelphia a colossal figure of Ameri
ca twining wreaths of laurel - and imrnor
relies for her ..children fallen in the late
war—a bold and elegant composition.
illar A man at Rochester, New York
is raising the famous giant trees of Cal
ifornia from the seed, to see how large
they will grow in this country , As i
takes only twenty-five hundred years for
them to mature he will 'have a happy
ear The story that the iron clad Mien_
tonomal► has been or is about to be sold
to Russia is best set at rest by stating
that she has been ordered hOme, and
will probably reach American waters
early next month..
Mrs. Gen. Gaines' new house, op
posite the Central Park, New York, is a
"Princely" inandion. It will contain a
splendid beudoir, billiard' room, picture
gallery, ball-room, covered carriage
fir Santa Anna, surrminded by all
the luxuries which wealth command, is
living at Staten Island, New York.
Dr. Livingstone's murder, we are
happy in being able to believe, was pre•
maturely credited. Sir Roderick Mur
chinson has succeeded ia ascertaining
that the two Johanna men on whose
authority the story rested i have given to
different people such varying and incon
sistent versions as to justify the belief
that the whole thing was a falsehood to
justify their desertion of him. More
over, news has reached England from
Zanzibar that a white man has been at
Tanganyika who, there is reason to be
lieve, was none other than Livingstone.
The letter quoted by the daily papers as
confirming, the worst reports, does no
thing of the kind. The English expedi
tion in quest of him started on the 10th
of this month.—The Round Table.
shir The Judiciary. Committee took
considerable evidence bearing on the
question of Jeff. Davis' complicity in
the assassination of Mr. Lincoln. They
have the originals, or certified copies, of
a number of letters that reached him in
1864, wherein the writers proposed
assassination, and there is nothing to
show that he ever rebuked the authors
or discountenanced the scheme. The
testimony as to his complicity in Booth's
plot is not entirely conclusive, bat it is
so strong that at least three of the mem
bers of that Committee believe his guilt
to be shown. That he had dealings with
Booth and his agents is beyond doubt.
Ili' A steel steamboat has been built
in England, for the use of the expedition
which has gone' in search of Dr Living
stone. She is built throughout of steel
and charcoal iron plates. The latter are
1-16th of an inch in thickness, in short
half sections about two feet in length,
the heaviest weighing no more than forty
pounds, in order that they may be car
ried overland to the lakes and rivers to
be explored, by the negroes, and there
put together with screws, bolts, &c. -
The. Pennsylvania Central Rail
road Co. have purchased the Susquehan
na and West Branch Canals. It is the
intention of this company to deepen and
improve this line, and use it to assist
the railroads in getting the immense
lumber trade to market. The lumber
men of Williamsport are hampered and
their business curtailed to some extent,
in consequence of the inability of the
railroads to supply cars enough to ship
Or The British Medical Journal
states that the mental condition of the
Empress of Mexico shows no signs of
improvement. Under the stress of the
peculiarly distressing symtoms with
which mental alienation is accompanied
in her case, the committee who have
been charged by the Emperor of Austria
with the administration of her affairs
and her personal charge have proposed
to have a consultation of eminent Euro•
lir A Washington correspondent of
the Cincinnati Gazette goes into partic
ulars of testimony which will shortly be
forthcoming casting a terrible suspicion
of guilt upon Andrew Johnson in con
nection with the assassination of Presi
dent Lincoln. This correspondent as
serts that Booth and Johnson were on
intimate terms with twe'sisters ip
Nashville. If the statements of the
correspondent be true, Johnson is a
greater villian than Booth was.
fir Henry Miller has been arrested in
Cleveland, Ohio, charged with bigamy.
Thirty-two years ago he was married in
Germany, but after a few years ran away
to London with another woman, whom
he married. Subsequently they came
to this country and located in Cleveland,
where Miller, now an old man, has re
cently married a niece of wife No. 2.
He is now in jail to answer the charge
ear James Alfred Slentz, of Harris
burg, has been awarded the contract for
building an addition to the Executive
Mansion, authorized by the last legisle
ture. The cost is to be $13,450, the
work to.be commenced' immediately, and
finished in six months. It is to be So
built that if necessary the original build
ing and the additions can be sold as sep
arate buildings, as a gain to the State.
A young girl dressed in soldier's
clothes was arrested in Buffalo on 'Fri.
day. She . gave her name as Ann Ring,
aged 19, and said she was from "Salt
Foist," Syracuse, where her parents
reside, and that she had seven sisters
and eight brothers ; that they were very
poor, and she, with four - sisters had:been
obliged to don male -attire arid drive
teams on the canal for a livelihood. .
A AI re. 'Adger is said to be the leader
of fashion in-London. She is a widow,
and is described-as a tall, handsoMe-look"
ing woman, with a-profusion of tight hair,
and jet black eyes. It is said she never
appears a second time in the same dress.
She has received many offers of marriage,
all of which, however, she has "respect
Gir The ease of George W. Gayle, the
man who was arrested for publishing an
advertisement offering a reward for the
murder , ef, .A ; brahara Lincoln, came up
at Montgomery, Alabama, on Tuesday.
Gayle presented a full pardon from An
drew Johnson, and the csse was dismiss
Nrins in Brief
In Cincinnati a lady over sixty-two
years of age, gave birth to triplets.
A dog in Ottawa county, Ohio, re
cently killed 35 sheep, for which his
owner bad to pay $194.
The naval cadets at Annapolis, will
Bail on their summer cruise on the 20th
inst., in the sloop of war Dale.
A Boston paper informs its readers
that at one of the recent anniversaries
"the doxology was sang and the audience
dismissed with the abnegation."
One Thomas Kelly died recently at
Dubuqte, lowa, and his relatives have
dug up $5OOO from beneath the hot in
which he lived, and are digging for more.
Drop letters now only require a one
cent postage stamp, instead of two as
A boy in Waterford, Connecticut,
while rummaging in an old garret recent
ly, found a stocking full of silver—quar
tars, dimes and half dimes.
Two negroes were appointed on the
police force at New Orleans last week.
Bon. James Guthrie, of Kentucky,
whose illness has for some time past
prevented him from taking his seat in
the United States Senate. is recovering
The ktichigaci Republicans are unani
mously in favor of universal suffrage, and
the democrats have not the courage to
contest the point.
The Connecticut Legislature have
just passed a bill making the 22nd o
February a legal holiday.
.The physicians of Mobile havereduc
ed their charges to what they were be
fore the war.
In last March the first steam fire
engine was introduced into China. The
press of Hong Kong now considers this
invention of barbarians a very good
thing and advocates increasing the num.
ber to four.
Nothing can tend more to the health
of the body than the tranquility of the
mind and the due regulation of the pas-
There is a tendency on the part of the
Mississippi river to form a new channel
above St Louis, and leave that city
high and dry.
An editor at a dinner table, being
asked if he would take some pudding
replied, in a fit of abstraction, "Owing
to the crowd of other matter, we are
unable to find room for it."
Near Carlisle, Pa., there lives a Mrs.
Kissel, who is now 106 years old, is in
ge , od health, moves around briskly, and
can assist in doing the domestic work,
Prentice, the renowned wit of the Lou
iqille Journal, is now about sixty years
of age. He has a fine forehead but a
cause mouth ; is rustic and uncouth in
his manners and slovenly in his dress; but
he is a good talker, and his wit is spon
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1 - brace Greeley has a salary of $5,500
a ear as editor of the Tribune. He is
Bodisinterested in money matters that
lid has accepted a L recent increase of
maMary with reluctance; and he has been
nipulated by others out of most of his
l ock in the Tribune.
-Dr. Brown Sequard recommends the
use of the swing as a preventive of ner
vous attacks which recur periodically.
In certain cases of hysteria and epilepsy
he has prevented the coming on of the
fit by engaging his patient in violent
swinging at the first indication of its ap•
General Grant has accepted,an invita
tion to -visit the Gettysburg battlefield
on the 20th inst.
Gen. Neal Dow, in his recent speech
in London, said an old gentleman had
lately asked him when the United States
Government was going to pay off the
rebel bonds. His answer was, "When
you pay off the Fenian bonds."
A. self propelling steam fire engine
has- been completed in Manchester, N.
H.,. and made successful trial trip
through the streets.
The Fallon - House, White's Hotel,
Shaw, Throne Sz' Co's., saw mill and a
large quantity of lumber were distroyed
by fire on the evening of the 11th inst.,
at Lock-Haven, Pa.
A queer incident occurred to the. New
York - tralp on its way to Washington.--
T,he ponidoctor asked a man standing on
one .0( the platforms for his ticket, when
he responded by pushing the conductor
off the train into a ditch. Twenty five
miles ,were run before his absence was
discovered, when the train was reversed,
and the conductor found uninjured,
.walking back toward Wilmington.
The laws of health are infallible ; the
relation between transgression and the
penalty is invariable, and the infliction
of the latter is certain to follow upon
the former. There is nothing about
which young persons are more beguiled
and deluded, than the belief that they
can transgress natural laws and jump
the penalty._ Punishment for" a •viola,
Lion of natural laws is just as certain as
that the sun itself sbines,.and none can
violate a law of his body, or any part of
it, that there is not, registered in him a
SLIGHTLY MIXED.—Major General Jos
eph L. Bartlett is a native of Birming
ham, and his military career from the
period he left his home as a private in
the twenty.seventh regiment, under the
command of Colonel . Slocum, until he
won his present rank, was watched with
peculiar pride and interest by his friends
and neighbors. Ibis recent appointment
as minister to Stockholm furnishes the
text of a good story. His brother, it
must be remembered, is the Rev. Wil
liam Alvin Bartlett of the Union Place
Congregational Church, Brooklyn.—
When the news of the General's appoint
ment reached Birmingham, a party of
his friends were collected together,
among them was a blacksmith, prosper
ous and respected, who seemed puzzled
by the announcement, as his comment
"Joe! Joe a minister! TT'hy, Joe has
no more religion than I have Why didn't
they send Bill 7"
eir In 1856, Brazil had a population
of 7 677,800, of which it was estimated
that 2,000,000 were whites, 1,121,000
mixed free people. 800,000 civilized In
diens, 600,000 mixed slave population,
and 2,000,000 blacks, or African slaves.
Thus it will be seen that five-sixths of
the population are either negroes or
persons of mixed blood, and two fifths
of these are slaves.
The sun is always shining, the
flowers are always blooming, the birds
are always singing, the golden grain is
always waving, somewhere in this wicked
NEW GOODS !
Greatly Reduced Prices !
MRS. M. ROTH,
Alarket Street, Marietta, Pa.,
Has just returned from the city N's ith a large
assortment of Plain and Fancy Goods, all of
which are of the latest style, such as :
Coat and dress buttons,
Black and white bugle trimming,
Marseilles buttons and trimming,
A large assortment of ladies' cuffs and col
Jaconet edging and inserting,
Swiss, Tuckdd, Shirred and Marseilles
Swiss edging and inserting,
Fine lace handkerchiefs and collars,
Infants' waists, puffs, brushes, gum cloth,
Powder, sacks and sacs s,
Belting ribbon, Mohair braid, silk braid,
Silk floss, embroidering cotton,
Beads of all kinds,
French corsets at reduced prices,
Hoop skirts new styles,
Veils, ladies' tuck combs, ladles' hose,
Hair brushes and combs,
Ear drops and breastpins,
Fancy garters, powder, Lilly white, Mean
Vegetable Rouge powder, glycerine,
Vhi:e and colored kid gloves,
All colors of Lisle thread,
Gent's linen and paper cuffs and collars,
paper collars 25 cents per box,
Neck ties, hose, pomade, teeth brushes,
Perfumery, gloves, woollen and linen shirts,
Hair renewer, sleeve buttons and studs,
Paper and envelopes,
All to be soli at greatly reduced prices.
its Mrs. It. is agent for singer's improved
Particular attention has been paid to the se
lecting of small wares, such as Sewing Silk,
Cotton and Linen Thread, Whalebone, Hooks
and Eyes, Needles, Pins, &c.
The public are particularly requested to
call and examine for themaelves.
Marietta, March 30-tf.
Deihibods 171 Q Exit*. ilticint
Is a certain cure forldiseases of the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, DROP
SY, ORGANIC WEAKNESS, FEMALE
COMPLAINTS, GENERAL DEBILITY
and all diseases of the
whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE,
from whatever cause origmating and no mat-
ter of HOW LONG. STANDING.
Diseases of these organs require the use of a
If no treatment is submitted to, Consump
tion or Insanity may .ensoe. Our Flesh and
Blood are supported from these sources, and
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS.,
that of Posterity, depends upon prompt use of
a reliable remedy.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRA .T BUCHU,
Established upwards of 18 years, pre
pared by H. T. HELM BOLD,
594 Broadway, New York and
104 South 70th street, Philadelphia, Pa
The Web) Eight Roue Coqi oil Buhrtei%
Gives more light with less oil than any other
Burner. D• Call and see it at
riOAL OIL-BEST QUALITY,
V/ AT 50 CENTS PER GALLON,
AT J. SPAT. CLEWS
BROOM HANDLES, a choice lot received
and for sale at J. SPANGLER'S.
- 171 N AMEL OF AMERICA, for beautifying
the complexion, softening the skin, re
moving tan, freckles and pimples.
Sale at Dr. Landis'"Golden Mortar."
A CHOICE Lot of Books for children called
indistructable Pleasure Books ; School and
Paper 800 tationary, Pens, Pen holders
&c , at DP.. LNDIS'.
NEW ! Patent clasp Pock
et books, no gum bands to renew, adapts
to any condition of the finance, at
Dv, I%yeifio ijqiilvo
Arc now constructing a railroad Born
westward towards the Pacific Ocean, makin e
with its connections an unbroken line -
ACROSS THE CONTENENT,
The Company sow offer a limited amount
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
having thirty years to run, and bearing alma
al interest, payable on
the ht?'t day of Ann
ary and July, in the city of New fork, at the
6IX PER CENT. IN GULA),
NINETY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
This road was completed from Omaha 305
miles west on the Ist of January, 1567 and is
fully equipped, t nd trains are regularly run
ning over it. The Company has now on haul
sufficient iron, ties, etc., to finish the remain
ing portion to the eastern base of the Rocky
Mountains, 212 miles, which is unaer contract
to be dune September lst_ of this yeat, acid
is expected that the entire road will be in run
ning order from Omaha to its western corice
tion with the Central Pacific, now being no
idly built eastward from Sacramento, C a l, ,
Means of the Company.
Estimating the distance to be built by the
Union Pacific to be 1,565 miles ' the United
States Government issues its Six per cent.
Thirty-Year Bonds to the Company as the
road is finished at the average rate of abeut
$28.250 per mile, amounting to 841,206,0u0,
The Company is also permitted to issue
own First Mortgage Bonds to an equal
amount, and at the same time, which by spe.
vial act of Congress are made a first mortgage
on the entire line, the bonds of the Uu lte d
States being subordinate t) them.
The Government makes a d :nation of 12s00
acres of land, to Cie mile, amounting to go r
032,000, estimated to be worth .$30,000 COO
making the total rvsouices, exclusive of the
capital, $115,416,000 ; but the fill value of
the lands cannot now be real:zed.
The authorized capital stock of the Com
pany is one hundred million dollars Of which
live in pions have already been paid in, and
of which it is not supposed that more than
twenty-five millions at 'twat Will be required.
The cost of the mud is estimated by compn
tont engineers to be about one hundr e d i n I
lion dollars, exclusive of equipment.
ProSpeCt. for bosioess,
The railroad connection between O:nalia
and the East is now complete, and the earn
ings of the Union Pacific on the sections al•
ready finished for the first two weeks in Mar
were $113,000. These sectional earning as
the road progresses will much more than par
the interest on the Company's bands, and the
t nrough business over the only line of aiboad
between the At.antic and Pacific must be i ft
Value and Security Of the Builds
The Company respectfully submit, that the
above statement of facts fey demonstrates
the security of their Bonds, and as additional
proof they would suggest that the Bonds hose
offered are less than ten million dollars on 517
miles of road, on which over twenty
dollars ha ve already been expended -,—on 330
❑tiles of thiJ road the cars are now running,
and the remaia:ng IS? tni:es are nearly com
At lie present late of premium no
bonds pay an as ma al intei est on Use present
.A7ne Per Cent.
end it Is believe d that on the complcion
load. IN?, the Government Bond::. they w
go above 'i • e Company ii teal
but a hnitted atnount at the present low taa,
and retain the tight to advance t e
Subscriptions will be received iu New York
CONTINENTAL NATIONA:. BANK, No. 7 NUS-
CLa ate. DODGE & Co., Bankers, 51 Wall St.,
JOHN J. Cisco S. Sok:, Bankers, 33 Wall St.
and by Batiks and Bankersgenendlr through
out the United States, all of whom maps and
descriptive pamphlets may be obtained. They
will also be sent by mail from the Company's
office No. 20 Nassau street, New Yak, on
applicatio . Subscribers will select their own
Agents in whom they have confidence. who
alone will be responsible to them for the safe
delivery of the bends. JOHN J. Cisco,
BRITTON & AIUSSER'S
FAM LY DRUG STORE,
Market Street, _Marietta, Pa
BRITTON & MCSSER, SUCCCSSOrS to Dr. F.
ink lc, will continue the business at the old
stand, Where they arc daily receiving additions
to their stock, which are received from the
most reliable importers and m anufacturers.
They would reapecttully ask a Liberal share
of public patronage.
They are now prepared to supply the de
mands of the public with everything in their
line of trade. Their stock of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
IS F.IIESH AISI) r tt E., BAY ING JUST ARRIVED.
y urn Nines ani)(110
I'oll iIiELPICINA L USES War,
ALL THE POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES ,
Dye Staffs of all kinds, Fancy and Toilet Ar
ticles of every kind, Alcoholic and Fluid
Extracts, A Icaloitl and Resinuids, all
tne beet Trusses, Abdominal Sup
Pumps, Nipple Shells and
Shields, Nursing Bottles,
A large supply of
HAT, HAIR, TOOTH, NAIL AND CLOTHES BRUSHES.
Tooth Powder and Pastes, Oils, Perfumery,
Soaps, Combs, Hair Dyes, Invigorators ,
Coal Oil, Lamps, Shades, Chimneys, Wck,&s,
Physicians supplied at reasonable miss.
Medicines and Prescriptions catcfully and Ile
curately compounded all hours of the day and
night, by Charles H. Britton, Pharmaceutist,
who will pay especial attention to this Manch
of the business. Having had ovur ten year 3
practical experience in the drug business ens
bias him tpo
e te t e h
iiAsso N . 'S Compound Syrup of Tar, on
hand and for sate. '
A large supply of School bets,
Sze.. always un hand. to all
From 8 to 10, a. m.,,-12 to 2, end 5 to li p. al
Charles R. Britton.. A. Muss
Marietta, October 20, 1866. 1
pHA. LINDSAY, JAW
MANUFACTURERS DEALER IN
BOOTS &, SHOES ,
MARKET STREET MAR lETTA, PERI.
Would most respecttully inform the citizens
of this Borough and neigh borhood that he has
at this time the largest assortment of City made
work ever offered in this Borough, amongst
which may be named the new -style
Wiisi) Boot, qiio 514111-01.5.
FOR THE LADIES.
A. L. being a practical BOOT AND SHOE
MAKER enables him to select withon more
'judgment than those who are not.best manner
uea to manufacture in the very
D SHOE line.
everything in the BOOT AN
which he wit/ warrant for neatness and fitore
and examine the new stair bef
urn g elsewhere.
CHAPMAN'S CHALLENGE tot he Vett.
ries of Popular Scientific Skepicism, io
Vindication of the Truth and Superhuman Or,
of time Hebrew Records of the Creation,
just as those Records read. In magazine form>
quarterly, or oftener. 25 cents ngly, or fir,
successive numbers for .Ai dress, 1 .2'
CB AMA'S, Box 483, P. 0, Philadelphia pa.
A work which all should read•
boots, sloes. harness, tic. For sale oar 5'
I.: v t a ta t.
ePreptaf Op a . clip .
. .'.l u• store.