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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

Health & _Bbauty.—How to secure them. The _tenderest care, the utmost solioitude which we can-bestow upon woman in(_seasoDa of sickness, are but a light payment.of the debt _waowe her—a debt contracted in our cradles and constantly accumulating until we die. No man has more.faithfully discharged that debt than the great iEnglish physician, Profeesor Hollo way. ' His remedies have probably dqno_,more to relieve the _various _diseases especially incident-to the sex, _thon_^jl! the .potions land external appli_^ti_^ _s w_^h _^ Wjhich medical practitioners _^Sve _afiiict_^d_, them since the _oommenefefaetit of tthe_'fJhri»tian Era. Drastic aperients, _pernicious atimnlauts, and poisonous iotionSiftnd emulsions, have rcin&d tbe constit._otiona and blighted tbe loveliness of _thousands _oLtbe gentler _eex ;' but we tr_,u8t that tbe day when the lives of those who ftre-._dearest to us _couldthus be trffledrwith is past. At length" wives and mothers begm to understand th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

V KITTY'S WAGJER. "It's againsi my principles,",,said, Parker Pelham, buttoning his pocket, and in'clining his " chair at an angle »«f forty-five degrees against " the piazz'i railing. "Taxes, taxes—no thins: 'but' taxes ! Government must suppose a man is made of money; and then, right on top of that, every woman of your ac1 - quaintacce expects you to pay'funds'into,her private, waMreasury. _Jt' _ss _ajl nonsense—and I, for one, won't.be -victimized 1 _Besjigej_^ I _. _dpnlt cpnsidei; _^t fair for us _mgn to be . bled, at every, pore, while the women keep their pwn_^_purseq intact. If you, female kind are so vitally interested in the hospitals, and all that sort of thing, why don't you lend a helping hand yourself?" "'" 1 _" ' Mr. Pelham screwed up his lips, tapped bis 'fingers on the railing, and nodded This head,'as'one who , _should say "I rather guess you'll"find * that " argunfent unanswerable." Kit _' ty Brace, ' _st anding aimong '?ti e_; ' roses that shut' out ' tjje ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

l« * *: PURE 'an'd_^_owerfiir TONIC, " Cdrre_' _ctife 1 _jfVi and,sAMer_>tty Jie,^)t_,won14erfuJ_^ffica_5y,.Bi diseases ofr the Stomach, Liver and Bowels. -, ! ' r 'U res 1 ., , . . • • * '_-_« _D_^ipfipBJa, • • -• ¦'¦ ls u • ' , _> .1 > iLiver Complaints > * -! _, Headache, .General . _L Debllrty,'Nervousness, De- ' ' ' pressiono£Spirits} Constipation, '¦* * Intermittent Fever, Acidity ot thet Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust"for Food; Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sinking or Fluttering at the-Pit ofcttie Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Dif- . cult ' Breathing, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Fever and _Dull.paine _. in the Head, Painn in'the " Side, hack ' , _Ci&WUM ¦ ' Lim _bg. v , It will cure,every, case uf Chronic or Ne_,r ,yoi_^a Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys, and Diseases ' arising&from a disordered Stomach, Good'for Male tfr Female, Old gi Young. The most beneficial medicine known ; gives better satisfaction and cure...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

AGRICULTURAL CHE_933CAL CO.'S _wm& miwzm. PABU _. LETTE. This Fertilizer is _composed ot nig ht soil and the fertilizing elements of urine combined, chemically and mechanically with other valuable fertilizing agents and absorbents. It is. reduced to a pulverized condition, ready for immediate use, and without loss of its highly nitrogenous fertilizing properties. Jts universal application to all .crops and soils, and its durability and active qualities, are well known to be all that agriculturists can disire. Price §25 PEA Toft. /CHEMICAL' COMPOST. This " "Fertilizer \ _j is largely composed1 of animal matter, such as meat, bone, fish, leather, hair and wool, logother with chemicals and inorganic fertilizers, which decompose the mass, and retain the nitrogenous elements. It is thoroughly impregnated with urine, and the .thinner poitions of night soil. It is a very valuable fertilizer for field crops generally, and especially for potatoes, and garden purposes. Its excel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

JOHN CKULLV tactical _JfCait_^_i NO. 02 MARKET STREET, MARIETTA. Takes _thw means of informing his old custnmera and the public generally, that he has n_>-taken the old stand (recently occupied by <;eorK c L. Mackley_*_,) and is now permanently fixed to prosecute THE HALTING _BUSINESS,, . IH J_^_TLI* ITS BRANCHES. ;. ¦ -.-Having just returned from the city; where he selected a large, varied and fashionable assortment of everything in the ' -. ; HAT AND OAV LINE, and now only asks an examination of his stock and prices, before purchasing elsewhere. Having also laid in iTstoolf-qf. Hatting material, he will be enabled, at _sfrort notice, to manufacture M (lUblitWs—-from the common Soft to the most Fa-hionuble Silk Hat. . - Employing none but the best oi workmen, and manufacturing good goods at low prices; lie hopes to merit aiM receive & liberal share 01 public patronage Kf The highest price i.ai<l for Furs—in trade orcash. ' ¦ ' ' ALEXANDER LYNDS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

PUTMffi _EL_6_TOS_*mftijSGEft< IT is the only reliable aolf-AdjUsUng,Wringer. No wood-work; to swell or split. No thumb-screws to get out of order. * _Wetrianted WithorirttKwlCog-WheeW. It took the _FrusT _PftEMx.tJM at Fifty-Seven State and County* Fairs in , 1863_* and is, uiifAout anexception) the _btst Wringer ever made. Patented in the _tinfted States, England, Canadaand Australia; Agents wanted in every town. Energetic agents can make fiom 3 to 10 Dollars per dayt No. 2, $6.60. No 1, $7.50. No. P, $8.50. No. A,$9.S0. , Sample Wringer sent and express paid on receipt of price. . ,, ..,,.,- . Manufactured and sold, wholesale and retail, by the PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO., No. 13 Platt Street, New York, and Cleveland, Ohio. S. C. NORTHROP, Agent. WHAT EVERYBODY KNOWS, viz : That lion well galvanized will not rvSt; : That a simple machine is better than a corariHcatcd one; That a Wringer should be self-adjusting, durable, and efficient; That Thumb-Screws, and Fastenings ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

Old, ffumplirey ' _s short.way with. Infidels. In moving among mankind I havo now and then fallen among infidel3, who have not only declared their disbelief in the Bible, but endeavored also to destroy the faith of others in that blessed book, _\ The way they have always begun their attacks is, to biggie and wrangle about some disputed points of little importance, with as much confidence, as if they were on the point of overturning the whole truth of Scripture by their silly prattle. Just as soon would a poor, blind mule tear up from the ground an oak of a hundred years' growth, burrowing under one of the least of its roots. If ever you fall in with one of these unhappy beings,.don't be drawn_^into a cavil with them about trifles, but ooldly declare your opinion, leaving them to "Wrangle," if they like, by themselves. Tell them that if there be anything good, and pure, and holy, and heavenly in the world, the Bible exhorts to practice it; and if anything that is evil, and base...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

_, _Sffiaitma for _nuij, _^_joI_^Uijef- ¦ •¦ 'i < By the1 blue Potomac waters, ' j . _"_-' f Byi the &appahanock'._sJine_» '>* _Bjj the sunny southern rjLver.s,. j, , • JlJeath the holly, and the pinej . Falling in the shock of battle, - , t Wounded, in their Blood theyhe— ' • ' Pining ' with thfe dark malaria—So our youthful patriots die." , ;» ' ,t.'[ In,the city, in the village In the hamlet faraway,_1 Sits ' the mothers, watching_/waiti'ng, For their Boldie_^_TJoJra to-day. - " They are coming_.'daily _coming, One by ,«ne, and scare by _flcore > !_, , r In their leaden casings folded,;1 , _i . . Underneath the flag the_^Dore. ( _,_fc Thinks the mother, weeping',' Wailing_^ * 1 " And expectant atl'the day—V\ hen his regiment was summoned, How her soldier went away ; With _hia bayonet a-gleaming, With his knapsack on his back, With _hisblankct wrapped and folded, And his home-filled haversack. .-Thinking of the courage swelling In his eyes and in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

St. Patrick's Body; s Found._^While the workmen engaged-in the renovation of St. Patrick's Cathedral/Dublin—the oldest church in Ireland—were digging up_>a.portion*of 'the* .flooring in' one < of the aisles they._tdiscovered_'a'large' _stoVe ' coffin of curious. wdrkmadsUipi'._bnfied_^a few feet below the surface. The coffin, when _opened, was-found tofcontkinMPhe skeldton_?oJ f an * ecclesiastic,' _Bopp_'o'sed"to have be_' _en _burieT d 'fbefe " r sik" Sandred years !> The _skulltwas peVf_^ct,- anti the _fionesxYuniWe<^ irito'dust wh_^ri_{ exposed to •the_'airi _^ On foe lid of the1 fedffih there wa8_>a full-length' figare of_'a _^ bfshop in .bisirobe'_sos It_^_was_*1 inspected--by ' 'some _antiquarians, _^n_^_uaitfg_^Dr? _ToQdF_^whx)1 expressed it as his'belief that it was the orf_^na 'l f_«d er>f;t^^_ffrch, % M-lt rj_^_lt.fl It Is'in ' g'ood* p* reservar tion, and1 it isl ih-every respect a" _mSst i ' n "teft est;ng relic. When_^ the ch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

A " _^Railway 'Adventure.'—Anotirer railwayadveritnre* _is_^r_^_Iatefd_^'in the' En. gliflh papeYs by ! _tfg¥_ntle'marfbf lhel name _' of V8t6keB.v _. n A-JyoVtfg'iaa_^ travelling onsHh_^_SbtfthWstern _Railway _wsis assan4tea.'by'a:>^lafekgnaVd > _ftTa 'railway ' carriage. To escape his _insufts _. _Vsne' openef d _tj_}ej dooro. f^^i carj:iagei ,gotjgat, an_^remain_^d_^_tanding ' on th_^ste_^ and _^ cHnging tp the _._side _j -p(, the, carriage ' wlute the train_^aagoing at;,the,_raje < of, foirt_^ _miles _' an hour.. _^orfanatelj. Mr. Stokes discovered her, ' in her perilous position, and managed to draw hereto the door of the compartment-he was in. He there .held*_Mr{ *it& ' gfctly_"rbun> d _^tfie waistband Bhe faintetli'in_'his'aring_' . In'' this'awkward and'tffost dangerous position,-Mr. " Stokes frave'Hed wiiW h'isfair burden about five miles. A_' t last, however, the guard, signalled by _peraOtiBnii_* the neighboring field1 , " _stopped J....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

¦As 'off*hand>'Joke.—A sturdy -sergeant of one of _thiia1 MaBSactraset' ts regiments _beincr obliged to submit to the amputation of his hand, the surgedn* offered to _adinjoisjiteir chloroform. _._^ _ueual; but the _veteran _refused, !sayipg~ If the cutting was to be done to him, he wanted tosee i,t,' and laying his arm on the table, _submitted to the operation without a sign of pain except a firmer setting of the- teeth _; as the saw struck the marrow. ' "Ehe. operator as he finished looked at his victim with admiration, and remarked-_^- , _-u a . _? 'You _oughts to haVe_^been &• surgeon, my man.' * ~ . t< ' "I was the next thing to , one.,afore " I enlisted.' said the hero. _^ . _» ., s 'What was that?' asked $9 dqetox. 'A butcher !' responded .the _f_^rgean_,t with a grim smile, which despite the surroundings _communicated itself £0 the bystanders. < _" '•

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

<_S* _Affacted_'young lady seated in a rocking chair reading the, Bible, exclaims—"Mother, here is a " grammatical errg&ia'vthe Bijjle." Mother*—powering her specks and approaching'_.the; r_^ad je_^ in_, a very scrutinizing _attitude, thing that has been eating the boo^~ marks!" ..1*^", *' ' > / and

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

_fiT Caljfornla_^w_^n_^ _rm 75/-— women.,, If)Q))tajpad _f)_iiu_^_£D8)^>ir ' mN. thinks %,_^qp j _J _f * yS_^T( _census _vo_^&jKp _^mmF **''

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

General News Items. A ten-pound mud-turtle, caught recently in the town of Rochester, Mass., laid fifty-nine eggs seven hours after its head was severed from its body. An eggs-aell-ent story. By recent statistics it is proven that over ten suicides take place every day in France. Last year four thousand wretched ones put an end to their own existence. x Forty farmers in Windham county Connecticut, turned out on Sunday week and got in the hay of a poor woman who has six children, and whose husband is absent in the army. ¦* ; ' .. Madeleine Smith, the alleged murderess, is the blooming, buxom wife of an artist, and lives in London.; . ¦ ¦ . Ten thousand Swiss emigrants are now at Havre and other European ports awaiting passage to the United States. A newspaper carrier has paid $5,000 for the exclusive right to sell papers at the _depots and on the cars of the N.ew York Central Railroad. The smallest pony in the world is owned by John 8. Rarey, of Ohio. It is only twenty inches...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

E_^A Card Suffering. Swallow two or three hogsheads of " Buchu," "Tonic Bitters," "Sarsaparilla," " Nervous Antidotes," &c, &c, and after you are satisfied with the result, then try one bos of Old Dr. Buckan_'s English Specific Pills—and be restored to good health and vigor in less than 30 days. They are purely vegetable, pleasant to take, prompt and salutary in their effects on the broken down and shattered _constitution. Old and young ca n take themwith advantage. Imported and sold in the United States only by J. S. Butler. 427 Broadway, N. Y. 53=*Agent for the United States. P. S.—A Box of the Pills, securely packed, will be mailed to any address on receipt ot price, which is One Dollar, postpaid—money refunded by the agent ii entire satisfaction is not given. [july30-3m OCT Do you want to be Cured? Dr. Buchan' _a English Specific Pills cures, in less than 30 days, the worst cases of Nervousness, Impetency, Premature Decaj, Seminal Weakness, Insanity, and all Ur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

• SPECIAL NOTICES. B_3~ A. number of years have elapsed since the introduction of Hostetter 's Celebrated Bitters to the _public. The prejudice existing in the minds of many persons against what are denominated patent medicines at first greatly retarded its sale 5 but as its virtues and merits became known, this barier of _prejudice was overthrown, and the demand increased so tapidly that in a few years scarcely a village exhisted in the United States in which the afflicted had not experienced the benefits arising from the use of the •« Bitten, '' and atthepreBent day there,are to be found, in all parts of the world vouchers for the great- merits of the article No greater cure for Dyspepsia can be found. SCf" See advertisement. For sale by Diuggists and Dealers generally_. A _Caitoiv Statement. You can procure of any Druggist in this city and vicinity, Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liniment. It is a sure and speedy cure for sorethroat, toothache, chronic rheumatism, colic, croups and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

Tiie G-iatz iPerr'ir - _^ mm Formerly Keesey'_s, _OPPOSITE MARIETTA. nPHIS old, ferry—one of the oldest and most J. safe crossings on the Susquehanna River—is now in charge of the undersignedwho ;_has refitted the.old and built new boats, which will enable him to do ferrying with _salety and dls. patch. No unnecessary delay need be endured. Sober and experienced Ferrymen always engaged_. No imposition in charges as the following list will show: 9 Farm Wagonseach , $1:00 Horses, per head ' :2» .Single horse and-cider f :25 Two-hoiae Carriage and two persons, 1:QO Buggy, horse and two persons, :50 Foot Passengerseach, :i2 . Stock of all kindsfet the old charges. k lOO_^_uS_^_lT_^P "'** rf eMti P _* July 15, 1863.,-. _^_H _ECgE»T-_| _^ YI7-INE AND _LIQUORS. " _«l Yf Superior _OW Brandy, Old Rye WKsk«ft VWt WiS_?0W Madcria » ' lasbon_? Sherry _JH Pittsburg Whiskey always on hand at tafl lowest market pricea." Yery _Euu& Bfanuv _^_B a _vety low figure. _^' jW j_; R. DIFFRNBAC...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

_43_T English officers in India lovev to _hanjtj_.he tiger, and the tiger reciprocating" sometimes loves to hunt them. The Bombay times relates that Captains Wllnpot and Dawson had been hunting in the Boondie hills and had killed nine tigers. They were on the point of relinquishing further sport when another tiger was scared up and wounded. Directed by traces of blood and the roaring of the brute, the two officers approached bis lair on a patch or jungle on the hill side, when from a height the tiger sprang upon them, knocked both over, and seizing Wilmot carried him off towards his retreat, treating the unfortunate man as a cat does a rat. He called upon Dawson to fire, which bb finally did and. killed the animal, but Wilmot was fatally wounded and died that night. *<i-rft* iji—. . m _~ :— 0jf _J_^tbree Revolutionary heroes were represented by _descendents in direct Hoe, and bearing their name, on the Keareage, in the recent engagement with the Alabama. Judge Matthew Tho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

j3fL _*L jgj ak_*.N _Stribiiur ano (_£onbfjmjuet. Would most respectfulty take this means of informing his friends and the public generally that, he has commenced the dot wine of DEEDS, mortgages. judg|mekts. lnd in fact _everything in the Conveyancing line. Having gratuitous intercourse with a member of the Lancaster B&r, will enable him execute instruments of writing with accuracy. _KJ» He can be found at the office of tC The Mariettian," p_n Front street, or at hia reeidence on Market street, | a square west of tue "Donegal House" Marietta. S3"*Blank Deeds, Mortgages, Judgments and Leases always on hand and for sale. •WIHBS & LIQUOftS. H. I>. BENJAMIN, UEA_1ER IN WINES & LIQUORS, Picot Building, Marietta, Fa-—rrro———B EGS leave to inform the public that he will continue the WIN E &LIQUOH business, in all its branches, li; will constantly keep on hand all kinds of Brandies, Wines, Gins. Irish and Scotch Whiskey, Cordials. Bitters, Src...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. .—, »•> . . FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OP TENNESSEE_^ _QSnCon _Slutoral _®itktt. _SEMaTOSIAL. _Moktor McMichael_, Philadelphia, Thomas H. Cokkinoham, Beaver co. -. " , : «•».—: ¦ ¦ ¦ , ¦ ¦ SEPBE8XNTATIVE. 1. Robert P. King, 3: _EUas W. Hale, 2. Geo. M. _Coates, 4. Chas. H. _Shrtner, 3. Henry Bumm, 5. John Wister, 4. Wm. Hi Kern, 6. D. M'Conaughy, 5. BartinH. Jenks, 7. David W. Woods, 6. Chas. M. Hunk, 8. Isaac Benson, 6. Robert Parke, 9. John Pattern 7. Wm. Taylor 0. Samuel B. Dick, 8. Jno. A. Hiestand, 1. Everhard Bierer, 9. H. H.CoryeU, 2. John P. Penney, 11. Edwd. Halliday, 3. Eoe'arer M'Junkin, 12. Chas.F. Reed, 24. J. W. Blanehard.

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