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20 Jul 1861

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Marietta Weekly Mariettian (Newspaper) - July 20, 1861, Marietta, PennsylvaniaA tech weekly a Kiettan is c5$��?T Jvone shall with impunity soil these sacred symbols of our country s life Liberty and Power. Ujj , a pc saturday july 20.1861. The new York world says it is not Captain George Pegram of mexican War notoriety who commanded Garnett a Advance recently surrendered to general Mcclellan but sex Liei Iten ant Pegram United states army. The former is dead. The general Garnett killed is not the Man of that name late a member of the House of representatives but his Cousin Robert s. Garnett late major in the ninth regiment a. S. Infantry. A al a a 83t capt Dugau h. Ingraham died in Charleston on the Lotfi ult. Be spread the Protection of the american Flag Over the adopted citizen Koszta and gave Opportunity for such a piece of composition As the Hulsemann letter in some respects the greatest letter that Daniel Webster Ever wrote. It was the infamy of Captain Ingraham that he deserted the same Flag in the hour fits peril and hid himself from the sight of the the bosom of the first rebellious state. the 4th inst., another Star was added to our National Flag representing the state of Kansas which was admitted into the Union on the 28th. Of last january. This is in accordance with an act of Congress passed april 4,�?T1818, which runs thus a a a on the admission of a new state into. The Union one. St to shall be added to the Union of . And such addition shall take effect on the fourth Day of july next bocce a Ding such admission.�?�. Mrs. Longfellow has died from her Burns. She was a daughter of the Hon. William Appleton of new York City and was very much beloved among her a intimate friends although by no Means inclined in Gay society. She was professor Longfellow s second wife and brought him a . Or. Long fellow s wounds received in the Endeavor to save his wife although severe Are not incurable. Sex senator Gwin has turned no in California he is supposed to have gone there of a Mission of treason. We Are glad to see that his old constituents express a Hearty contempt for the traitor envoy from Jeff Davis. Gwins movements will be closely watched by the 1 Oval citizens of California and if he is hot very careful he May Grethi just deserts at the hands of the people he betrayed while in the Senate of the United Stales. In or a dam8, our new minister to England is said to have gone to court in a a dark Bine coat the Collar cuffs and Flap embroidered with Gold White Small clothes White silk stockings Low shoes and to have carried a sword. How ridiculous. ©5�?o it is rumoured in Washington that additional and weighty evidence has been found against James e. Harvey minister to Portugal and that in con sequence thereof a committe of re pub Beans will wait upon the president with a formal request for his removal. Sex president Van Buren was in Albany on monday morning. In conversation he expressed the opinion that the War ought to b e vigorously prosecuted until the full authority of the United states government is re established. A Gen Scott and staff crossed the Long Bridge on monday dast and reviewed a number of the troops on the Virginia Side. He was greeted on All sides with the wildest enthusiasm. He returned to Washington the Bame evening. O. ?0. Realder one of the Gallant Floo to Rod through the solid Phalanx of russians at Balaklava and sacred the artillery men at their Guys has enlisted in the cold water Light artillery corps of Detroit. #95&Quot a woman aged fifty years and the Mother of five children recently eloped from Iowa with the Nephew of her husband. The couple went to Peoria and took up their abode of the opposite Side of the River. #35�?o a German named Haywood was tarred and cottoned in new Orleans on sunday last for having joined several companies and refusing to go with any to the seat of War. A news in Brief. The Richmond correspondence Memphis Appeal says a a it is told of or. Toombs that being recently import Ned by an acquaintance for a position As clerk in the state department he replied a what need for a clerk ? Why i can carry the whole state department in my the first of september is fixed by judge Lowrie Rojc the trial of Fronen Fields and Neal for conspiracy to defraud Pennsylvania in the matter of the uniforms for the volunteers. James Guy a son in Law of Mason has been arrested As a spy. He had about him when arrested a bundle of letters for prominent citizens of the South and place of All the fortifications about photograph of Jeff. Davis has been placed in the police rogues gallery at. Philadelphia. It is to be covered with Glass to prevent it from being defaced by Spittal. 1 the Christian associations Arjay committee of new York has received on order for 10,000 hymn books from the chaplain of Gen. Andersons Kentucky brigade. A. A a Lieut. Crittenden son of j. Crittenden denies in a card in the Louisville Democrat a that he has joined the rebels. Gov. Magoffin of Kentucky it is stated was arrested and taken to the guard House at Camp Alexandria Woodford county ky., last Friday night. passing ate in the evening and could not give the countersign. Robert Morris of Philadelphia a son of Henry Morris a former sheriff has been appointed chief clerk of the House of representatives by or. Etheridge vice Barry Hayes removed. Cat the postal system of the confederacy does not work Well. The Charleston Mercury complains that even on the great route to Rich oud the chances Are two to one that there will be to each mail one or More disconnections. In the old War every Soldier was advised. To Earry a string to be tied around % bleeding limb and be twisted tight by a stick or ramrod until a surgeon could be found. A 1 the undue mortality in one or two of the new York regiments is attributed to the excessive consumption of lager the inventor of the solid headed pin now in use died last week at Pawtucket r. I. Some of the bombs fixed by the Federal troops were found filled with sawdust but the rebels hive some of the same kind. One fired from the rifled Cannon at big Bethel was sent to the United states Arsenal at Troy where it was found to be glued with Rice. There must be a Little treachery on both sides. of the poet Longfellow has been fatally burned by her clothes taking fire while sealing a letter and the poet himself was badly burned in trying to save her. A a a a. A 1 a when Gol. A holes of the new York sixteenth. Regiment was marching through Baltimore without Drums some of the a log kers on sneering by asked a a whereas your music Quot i in our. Cartridge boxes a said the grim colonel. Fort Sumpter says the Charleston Mercury has had a heavy addition to its armament making it one of the most formidable military posts on the continent. Bishop Polk of the Southern episcopal Church has really accepted the office of major general in the rebel army and takes command of the troops on the Mississippi . Rush Petriken it is stated has declined the appointment of lieutenant colonel. Important to a Rae dment of Hon. John Covode a a that a Bonus of thirty dollars will be paid to each of the three months volunteers on their re enlistment for the War and that an additional Bonus of ten dollars to each Volunteer be paid where they enlist by companies and also that an additional Bonus of ten dollars to each Volunteer be paid when they re enlist by regiments making the Bonus in the latter Case fifty dollars a has the endorsement of Gen. Scott the president and Secretary Cameron. It will pass the Senate on tuesday and immediately become a Law by receiving the signature of the president this Section allows a Captain to receive in his new company or in his reenlistment privates from any other company in his regiment. This if the Captain or. Lieutenants in any company Are of nexus to the men they can secure the Bounty and fight under officers in whom they have Confidence and men they can respect. An amendment will probably be added to this Section allowing regiments to take companies from any part of the brigade a it Quot the object of or. Covode is not Odly to secure the three months men who Are sow thoroughly drilled and equal to the regular army but to save the expense to the government of paying the menus expenses Back to their place of enlistment and then their return in new re i meets. A a tactics Hardee took command of the rebel forces at Memphis on the 24th nit. A. A. Howell Cobb is organizing a regiment in Georgia for the Confederate army or. Etheridge has announced his intention not to make any change in his teak my session. Gov. Ellis Orth Carolina died at red Sulphur Springs a on. The 7th instant. Fig Quot gov. Seymour of connection to says that we can t conquer the South ind that the South can to conquer us. ,. The salary of the assistant Secretary of War is to tie s3,000. Wilkes spirit of the times says that a match is Likely to be made up Between Heenan and Mace who now holds the Belt of England having conquered Hurst in a late fight. A it. Parson brow lows paper has been designated by the state department to publish the Laws of Congress to be passed at to in present Columbus Texas citizen says that general Sam Houston is acting As a Jet Ivete in an organized company in Harris county. Captain Travis the Greal pistol shot who offered to perform William a toll s feat with a pistol is at present engaged in giving lessons use of that weapon to of Vicksburg miss. A Southern paper says that East Tennessee was never anything More than the the Tail of Tennessee if that is the Case perhaps Tennessee s Tail is Long enough to had and shoulders a Good or. Merryman released an order was received from the War department by Gen. Banks directing him to hand Over to the civil authorities for trial or. John Merryman who has been confined in fort Mchenry for several weeks past on a charge of or. Merryman it will be recollected was indicted a few Days ago in the. United states circuit court and Ittis presumed that this action of the War department is based upon that or. Merryman was accordingly brought up to Baltimore and taken before the court and was then release Don. Bail in the sum of forty thousand dollars to answer the charge in november next messes. John s. Gittings Adam b. Kyle Charles a. Buchanan and Charles Ridgely becoming his securities. Dpt is rarely that we read of a More narrow escape than the Mother of or. Gresham made during the late attack of the Linc panites at Carters Creek the old lady is bed Ridden and was lying on her it bed when a Cannon through her room struck the head of the Bedstead and passed on Between the sacking and1 mattress and raised her up off her bed without doing her any injury. She was then moved to another room which was attached to the rear portion of .the.-larger-House, and in a few moments a Bombshell passed through the apartment and exploded striking the chair which she was sitting in without doing the least i Irginia Herald. Hon. Sii Errard curiosity has been expressed regarding the j whereabouts of Hon. Sherrard Clemens j at a review of the 17th and 19th Ohio j regiments in Wheeling on the i8th, he made a Short speech of great Force welcoming the soldiers in the most cordial terms assuring them that they would be welcomed by every Loyal heart in the state while he was terribly severe on the secessionists and people generally of the Eastern part of the state. He said that part of the state and the people Over there were like the potato the Best under ground. Reduction of . Van Wycks Bill for the reduction of salaries if passed by the two houses will make a saving of from $30000,000 to $50,000, 000. It proposes also while reducing the of the higher grades of employment and compensation to increase the wages of the courageous Soldier to $15 per month an augmented nay which is but Justice to the intelligent and patriotic private who serves in defence of his government. The Confederate this caption the Southern papers Are. Advertising for meetings in counties towns and civil districts to procure Loans of produce to the Confederate government. They can to get their Money Loans taken and they Are now striking for produce such As Cotton com wheat and whatever they can use or turn into Money at a sacrifice or otherwise. And yet says whig without Money or credit we find this bogus government of the United states what she had rather following is going the rounds of the papers. A Maiden lady in Boston on Reading the account of the marriage of Bliss Georgi Aua Ives at Chicago to Young Bently who saved her from drowning at the sinking of lady Elgin Eaid a a it a a very romantic affair no doubt but i would rather be drowned any time than to sit halt the night with a Young Man on a piece of wreck in my night gown a a s. #35�?o the first order issued by speaker Gro upon taking Possession of the splendid Reom assigned to him was that the doorkeeper should remove the Marble bust of the traitor sex Spelger Orr from the bracket where it was placed by the consent of Orr and that the Fine Marble bust of John Quincy Adams that formerly occupied a Niche in the old representatives Hall be substituted. The order was executed on thursday. The original subscribers to Orris bust can undoubtedly have the same by calling for it the present owners having no use for it. A a a. #3t Kossuth has Given up his English has resolved not to carry any farther his resistance in the Hun Garian note Case. T the transaction Cost him �10,000 of which �8,000 represents the value of. The beautifully engraved notes now reduced to pulp. Kossuth is very much depressed by the results of his recent efforts and indeed b y the general fruits of his residence in London and has taken a Villa on Lake the it expulsion of John b. Clark a representative from Missouri by the House of representatives was a just and deserved act towards a Brazen and. An insidious traitor. Besides Clark the re Are. Others in that body who should also be expelled among the prominent of whom Are Vallandigham Burnett and their endorsers and sympathisers. The idea of tolerating such traitors in the councils of the Loyal is equal to an offer of Compromise coming from dough faces to mollify rebels. Let Congress be thoroughly purified of traitors. James Lesley oresq., of Hila Delphia. Has been appointed chief clerk of the War department in place of John p. Sanderson esq., who retires to accept a lieutenant col Nelcy in one of the new regiments. T o a. It is confidently stated that Hon. Joseph Holt of Kentucky still a resident of Washington will be offered the Post of Justice of the supreme court of the states vacated a by a the death of Justice Mclean of Ohio #35�?o it is authoritatively stated that or. Crittenden a plan of Compromise will not be offered by he mss of at the present session of Congress. A Good sunday we a party of soldiers belonging to the sixteenth regiment of new York consisting of David Strong age 64 years and his seven sons Melvin Horace Patrick Isaac Harvey Marion and James every Man being Over six feb High the old Man was All through the mexican War Aad says he is just Ashdod. A Man As Ever. They were on their was. To join their . A. Tines. $0? the governor of North Carolina having failed to order an election for Congress in that state it is said by the friends of or. Foster that the people of the first District have met Aud voted for him for Congress. He has also letters urging him to take his seat without delay. The returns Are certified to by a magistrate and it is not improbable that the admit him to a seat. It a Soldier of the 79th new York stationed at Georgetown was returning on monday night to Camp and on being challenged by the sentry Quot who goes there a answered in jest a a a the sentry fired instantly and the unlucky joker fell mortally wounded. Rebel volunteers who left Louisville ky., to serve in Virginia under col Blanton Duncan Are disgusted they report that they . Like dogs Are half fed have the same clothes they wore away from Home and would gladly return if they could Aud be Loyal citizens. Nearly All the Public balls in san Francisco were nightly crowded by squads of ardent military aspirants in drilling. A printed circular and Handbill have been posted throughout san Francisco directed against sex senator William. M. Gwin Aud warning him to leave tha. State by the next Steamer. A number of Jesuit fathers hitherto engaged As teachers in Catholic colleges in the South have arrived in Chicago within the last week or two the institutions have been connected with have been obliged to suspend operations on account of the War. 83t on wednesday night last win.�?T, semis and wife living at Scranton pa., were both burned to death by the explosion of a kerosene lamp. They leave no less than seven helpless children. 8 the insurgents protest they wont their debts to the people of the United states and yet the United states troops Are determined to draw on them at sight. Terrible Case of Iidro Diioria. The St. Louis Democrat of the 9th inst says we regret to learn that mrs. Mcrae died on sunday night at Barracks of hydrophobia. She was the wife of major Mcrae commandant at the Barracks. About two months ago she was attacked by a ferocious dog thrown to the ground and bitten on one of her Cheeks and brow. The dog was not known to be mad at the time. On sunday she was taken seriously ill with unmistakable symptoms of hydrophobia. The disease progressed with alarming rapidity and terminated fatally of sunday night the patient dying in the greatest agony. Ger a boy twelve a years of age has been re delivering the lectures of g Ough with great Success at Plymouth or the Boston traveler learns from a Southern gentleman that Jeff. Davis. Is investing All his Means in the English funds. He is Likely to soon need funds there. A. I. A 1��?o in a Louisiana regiment there is one Large Cotton merchant Worth $300, 000, who is now a private Soldier with one of his own clerks for Captain of the company. Another paver fall River Monitor lately succumbed to the pressure of the time age thirty six years. A. A a it thy Hon. Nathan Appleton died Boston on sunday last. He was the father of the late mrs. Longfellow. The heroes of peace and the heroes of War. Who took al hic portraits card size on Bristol Board suitable for albums. Published and sold by Anthony 501 Brodway Neil York. By special arrangement we publish in addition to other portraits the celebrated. Collection Well known both in Europe Aud America As Brady s National photographic portrait a gallery. Bradys collection of Imperial photographs is Justojr considered one of the Lions of new York and in the photographic reproductions of these every Centre table can now have an additional attraction in a miniature Bradys our publications Are Abraham Lincoln Jefferson Davis Hannibal Hamlin lady Davis we. H. Seward Alex. 11. Stephens Salmon p. Chase Tobt. J. Toombs Simon Cameron Howell Cobbs Montgomery Blair Henry a. Wise Edward Bates John Tylor Gideon Wells go rial Beauty go re Caleb p. Snaith. A Gene a Lee a Gene a Scott John b. Lioyd col. Robot Anderson Jacob Thompson major Slemmer p. F. Thomas a col. Elsworth John Bell go no a Butler Gene a Mausz eld col. Landed col. Fre nut Stephen a. Douglas May Gen. John a. Dix maj. Gene a n. P. Banks John c. Breckenridge gov. John Letcher John c. Calhoun Herschel v. Johnson l. To it. Wig tall Ben. Mccullough Lieut. Mauro Henry Ward Beecher Oliver Wendell Holmes prof. Morse Horace Greely n. P. Willis James Gordon Bennett William c. Bryant Henry Clay Washington Irving Andiew Jackson or. E. In. Kane Commodore Perry mrs. Sigourney John j. Audubon mrs. Gene a Gaines Charles Sumner gov. Andrew j. J. Crittenden Dutte of Newcastle Printe of Wales Zachary Taylor George Bancroft Lathrop l. Motty Sam Houston j. A a. Adamic Emerson Etheridge Andrew Johnson Parson Bio Wulw. heroic daughter. K _ together with about 500 others to which additions Are daily made. Catalogue sent on receipt of stamp. Price of Turtura to $3 per dozen. Can be sent by mail. Remittance May be made in postage Stamps. A Aiso a Jargo cd a a cd tip a of photographs of distinguished europeans emperors Kings Queens marshalls generals Dukes lords authors actors politicians and Price from 25 to 50 cents each according to Quality. Our establishment s also Headquarters for photographic albums. Both As agent of the Best French a manufacture and As manufacturer under a Patent of our own. We a have a. Large assortment varying in Price from 90 cents-to/$d0� and bold tug from 12 portraits up to 6.00. Also folding cases of Morroco or cloth for the pocket and hold 2, 4> 6, s or 12 portraits. Also various styles of framing card portraits of carved Wood Metal paper composition Etc., of elegant and tasteful designs. Our photographers nothing the Fich Are daily sending us Camp scenes of the present War. And views of Point s and things of interest both card size for a Burns and. Stereoscopic , instance the. The seventh regiment at Camp Cameron in the trenches a cooking their meat six the gymnasts the Junction�?Del-monico7s�?laura.keene so general Street View of the Camp Etc. Harpers ferry before and after the scenes of destruction. Together with various other places of note. Came size 25 cents each stereoscopic 33 cents. T a. A parties to would Ike a lot of these Camp scenes to select from the balance to be returned in Good order at their own expense and without to Elayn can be accommodated on giving proper new York reference. Stereoscope and views. Our establishment is tie great Emporium for everything in the stereoscopic line,.and our assortment is the most Complete probably of any in the world. A the Stereoscope in the most interesting entertaining amusing and exciting of Modem inventions. A none Are too Young none too old none too intelligent none too uneducated to acknowledge its Worth and Beauty. No borne is Complete without it and it must and will penetrate everywhere. It presents to your View every part of the world in All the Relief boldness perspective and Sharpness of detail As of Volt were on the spot. A s we have an immense variety of views of scenes in Paris London England Scotland Ireland Wales France Belgium Holland Switzerland. Spain the Rhine Versailles St. Cloud Fontainebleau Tuii series Turkey Italy Egypt Athens the holy land China India Crystal Palace also groups historical amusing marriage scenes breakfast scenes picnics statuary Etc.,�?~ Etc. An exquisite assortment of illustrated interiors of palaces churches and cathedrals of France Italy Etc., Etc. The effect of a these illuminated views is most remarkable. Anthonys instantaneous Stereoscope views Are the latest photographic wonder. They Are taken in the eortn3th part of a second and everything no matter How rapidly it May be mooing is depicted As sharply and distinctly As if it had been perfectly at rest. This gives aa1 additional value for to the beauties of inanimate nature it adds the Charm of life and motion. The process is a discovery of our own and being unknown in Europe we received from Lon Dun and Paris la Ige orders for Anthonys instantaneous views of american life and scenery. Our catalogue of subjects and prices will be forwarded to any address on receipt of a stamp. A a a parties at a distance sending us $3, $5, $10, $15, $20, or $25, can Hay a Good instrument and such pictures As they May request sent by express. A a views alone without instrument can be sent by mail. E. Anth0js7, 3 doors South of St. Nicholas hotel. 501 Broadway new York importers and manufacturer of photographic a t e rials Stereoscope Aud stereoscopic views. A. Merchants from every Section of the country Are respectfully invited to make an examination of Pur Stock. To photographers. Cur bulletin of photographic invention and improvement will be sent to a a address on application. A a la his out for future reference.1 july #13-6in0. J a ii a flip Booti Sion a a North Queen-St., near the examiner and Herald office. Rpike proprietor of the Lancaster cheat al Book 81ub.l a has availed himself of the Opportunity to Purchase a larva Stock of the most varied Assort my it of Vahi Abl books of every class and description. He now offers to the pub he the same at proportionally and unusually Low rates. I those in want of valuable Standard works a for the improving of a Well selected i will incl it to their great advantage to Call and 1 examine the extensive Stock on band my of amp jeer and wish is As it always was to Supply the wants of the Community with anything n. A my line 011 the most reasonable terms possible. Tins we find the better and most advantageous course for All parties. The political economist tells us a cheaper an article is the More la can and will be a then the conclusion is that when we buy cheap we must sell cheap simply allowing ourselves a reasonable a to sunday school books. I would Call Especial attention to my Large assortment of sunday school books on hand of every variety wanted for the use of sunday Sci tools and sell All at sunday school Union prices. 1 have the agencies for tote publications of the american sunday school Union american tract society methodist Book and tract society. Also the lutheran pc byte a Rian episcopal and other denominations Are kept on hand. V family bibles. Those in want of a neat and cheap Quarto family Bible will find it to their advantage to Call and examine at the cheap Book store the largest Stock on hand ranging form on to Twenty five dollars. Before purchasing elsewhere Call and examine the Large and cheap Stock of John Sheaffer successor to Murray Young St co. N new ice Cream Saloon. In time of War it is proper that the ladies keep Cool 1 have therefore concluded to open the upper part of the Donegal House Asan 3 of Cream Saloon where indies and gentlemen will find an experienced Hind and polite Trentleman to wait on them where will always be found ice Cream in various Javors lemonade cakes and candies of All kinds oysters got up in every style stewed Fried raw a 17 by oiled Frozen _ _ and , and All other kinds of refresh Metus. A 23s no. Efforts will be spared to keep this department in the very Best style for ladies g. Miller. Marietta june 22, iso�?~1. John Bull merchant tailor Cor. Of Market-St., and Elbow Lane Marietta grateful for past favors i would ret qty my thanks to my numerous friends and a Quot trons and inform them that i still continue the old business it the old stand where i will be pleased to see them at All times Aud having a full and splendid assortment of cloths Cassimeris Vest yes which will by made up to order at the shortest notice by the Best of workmen and on reasonable terms would be pleased therefore to Whit upon my old customers and All who see prove to patronize me hereafter. Roct.29-�?T5�.alexander Lyndsay. Fashionable Boot to it Hoh manufacturer Market Street Marietta Penn it would most respectfully in Orin the citizens of this Borough Aud neighbourhood that he has the largest assortment of City made work in his Lino of business in this Borough and being a practical Boot and shoe maker himself is in Abaca to a select with More judgment than those who arc not. He continues to manufacture in the very bests Mancur everything in the Boot and shoe line which he will warrant for neatness and Good fit. &3call and examine Hia Slock before purchasing elsewhere. # a or a al i o�6sou �3 to Loop Oistel amp snip Sitf to a Loo n. Between iieckroth�?T-3-and John sting a tool he null e under Stitney would inform the Public a i that he is in spared to furnish All Katutis of i Ujj to sements. Such As oysters fruits cakes amp a. Thankful for the Pali Oliage already bestowed Hopes to Quot Merit a continuation. Russel a. Child. S3�?� also Selling a variety of ready made clothing . Setting at Cost. Marietta May la 1361. Ink and my ours. Superior Ohl Larandy old Rye we Tisev Holland Gin old Mailer Raj Lisbou Sherry amt pert wines. A Pittsburg whiskey always on hand at the lowest Market Knees. Try. Fine Brandy at a very Low figure by the barrel j. R. D1ffenbagh. Market St. Aniel i Baker attorney. At Law Lancaster a. Office a no. 24 North Duke Street opposite the court House where he will attend to the practice of his profession in All its various branches. Nov. 4, �59.-Ly or. A z. Woofer dentist a or the Baltimore College of dental us aces in of Harrisburg Quot a. Office front Street fourth door from Locust Over Saylor amp Modon a _ aids Book store. Columbia. Entrance be Ween the drug and Book stores. A 3-Ly a Cameron,.m. D., hygienic physician amp a Coucher Corner of front and Gay streets Marietta. Removal. M. J. Trainer having removed her. Millinery establishment folks new building near Market Square where she Hopes to meet Sci Friem Atid old customers Ard Merit and Recei a continuation of the Liberal Tronage Hen to fore extended to her. Lotus and very s Perior selection of French and germs cloths and Casaimer and a variety of Beau Ful yes Tings a new and fashionable lot. I arrived at diff Ribach a. Cheap store. Hickory amp Oak Wood a a Corda each Iii Kory and Oak Wood. Orders i be accompanied with the Cash when Thev is be promptly filler. Spangler amp Patterson j Ceier Ted Imperial Extension steel Spring Skeleton skirt with Aell adjustable Bustle. The latest and Bestin use for Sale cheap at Diffenbach a. Tse.,?, and Best assortment of f cloth amp Cassimeris and vesting Ever Oil in this Market and will be sold at prices w defy Competition by j. R. Biff Ribach. Store room to let the room late occupied by miss Margaret Trainer As millinery a inquire of Barr Spangler. Portable lamps. A new Anilu convenient and perfectly Safe lamp Call a portable Coal Oil lamp a for Sale Chei at Grove % Roth a drug store. Flavouring extracts Vanilla Strawberry Pine App _ Almond Rose i emon1 just received and for Sale at Grove of irl Fhy a. Champagne and. Other table Wim Guarr Atleed to be pure a he a sold a amp now bought in Philadelphia or new York. A . Pit building. Choice lot of books for. pleasure to oks school other books stationary Pels pen Hok &c., amp a. 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