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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

[For The Weekly Mariextian.] Mr, Mrs. and Miss. BY GRANTELLTJS _^What's in the naine of Mt*s,that Isliouldfea Tobriig my grievance to the public ear. A world of complaint has been manifested on various occasions by the artless and unsophisticated portions of female society, in consequence of the embarrassing circumstances in which they often find themselves, on bsing introduced to gentlemen whom they'have never seen or heard of before, without any other knowledge of their relative positions in life, save that conveyed by theBimple prefix of Mr. an appellation, which the common usages of society, equally attach to the names of the married and the single. True, there are some strong minded females, with penetrating intellects and large organs of comparison, who allodge that they can tell by the "very look of a man"—by the direction and depth of the facial lines of his countenance—whethef he be a mar. or a man, perception is not possessed by all, and especially not by those...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

The United States - S"_^_N_^^ l_^^w|"^^ J "_^i _$jm ators whose terma expire_^^ yjfif "yHEfi'i '''/^ _*P whose places are to be filled^[> W W_04 }> jM Legislatures of their Statei, «|_r.l_^_ML _*y|_i ' _j 'i I _j_0 Eitzpatrick_, of Alabama; _^_%vB#K^^r^>_y|_H Arkansas; Gwin, of California _^.j_^K'Jp 8rtn*«r mm\ of Oonnecticat; _Iverson_, °_^i|_BFc "j^^|_Bli' _Yulee, of Florida; Trumbull, M_^m_^_luffl_^ of "Vfirinoj_^Kfid t>A**_# u ¦ _^ '*' * a_^_7_t_~ _^_i _® _^_'£_c_^ • ^^_T * _y *t _^^^^_BI roots of newly pl _^ ntuiJ trt _c _JBT _%! a _^P8 #; _^_a Wmllj early part of the season, tli'lPkEfe_^-_^_ft_^ W _^ jfflf ing to assist the tjree by &<!« mJCi,._^ JffiMOtJ., _^_ffillil

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

the executiol? eriSteJti, *<rtid d_^_adruft_^mm _jisr_^ _^mMsMFl - man, at BeWd^^_#_B^||RK*|l| . _^ remains were f_^_"> thern*_v < an«^ _v_^&l _^ \ * k his parents, .'n ea _^" " i *° _^ ' FW* * ! _* *_v ik Blairstown,arri,w _* ^\o_,o t tM_^_E _~ '_^-_" '_^ « I p. tn. On SataVWr Yon 'V_^_jfcS^^V j Was deposited in» 'Wtfe_^^Si_^_SBfc. _^ _^Mi i on the farmjof Mr ._4 t<Wk T_^s O< _* _d ?^ ¦ belonging to the t. ffi_^Jfl1 _' _^-**-_^r tained his papers a * .r «« the sj'i_?_KPf/_i _\ ._^ -ti-,-d effects, was removed by . hus > _^MEJiV*>~****lW i f 's the jail at Belvidere, on the _a._^f t _j,t <jftLe joints. Vi j to the execution. Among _b _JP_^C an ir^|? «([J 1 _^ U r 11 MWK_^_carc. the- _ui\» > _mous remains is a carsfully-ww JtW \ n, j_» m * I; work * which in the guise O'jL/ 'JJj A._popitfxjLK' ._^Sg tory legacy to the young, co_^f Ml*1 * 'ta ftDi ?* ' elation of the guilty _oareec _S_^_Stp| Flp at _remeAs ulP_^ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

_EABBATH EVENING. ev rr' _^ : a. reRSTicE. ' .:. ¦ -¦ ¦—j _.y r""' . ._^ .. . , . i_:_<-\ <;!,i-ly .sinks (he parting sun! \>f _twiliaht lingers still, _*_, /¦ i-rt lunMiful as dreams of Heaven, I It _numbers on the hill. Kauh oitej'9, with ajl her _gloiioue things, l_^Vniuth the Holy Spirit's wings, .Ami, _rendering back the hues above, in ins lijtinc in a trance of Love. . II. Kminr) yonder r_^ck- the forest trees, liifilKv-lbwy groups rcclinei . . ; . Like jiuhs at ovenmg bowed in prayer,. A round their holy shrine. AM through Uicirleavesthc _niRht wiqdsblow .' ¦( .. 1 aim nnd still—their music low, _,s«rms the mysterious voice of prayer b_'_ofs echoed oh the evening air. i T III. A,,l vo_._ulei we_^l crn throng of clouds, Re tiring from the _st/i . Koralmiym_^ _SO _BPftly g_^ ThfyB€cm loFa, -:cy '8ey« ? _m_^ _McKaturaa _orauetter_^hexe , romedown at noon to. _wowhip _^c _* And from their sacrifice of lave, _Tiriuruine to the* home abo_^rc. • . iv. . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

Chirf Burgess j Samuel D. Miller, Assistant Burgess, Peter Baker, Town Council , Barr Spangler, (President) John trull, Thomas Stence, Ed. P. Trainer, Ifrnry S. Libhart. Town Clcr]( > Theo: _Iliestand. Treasurert John Auxer. Assessor of Taxes, William Child, Jun. > C.dUtlor of Trues, Frederick L. Baker. Justice of the 1_' cace_, _Emanuel D. Roath. High Constable, Absolcm _Emswiier. Assistant Cmstaik, Franklin K. M0SC3-. _Hrgvlators, John U. Goodman, E. D. Roath. Supervisor, a&m»c\ Hippie, Sen, . School Directors, John Jay Libhart, Presi-<Vnt, _' _i;. P. Roath, Treasurer, C. A. Schaffncr, _Kocrrlary, John K. _JEidler, Aaron B. Grosh, ._(_onniimn M. LttrzelCto. > _^ J'nxt Office Hours: II19 rost (mice -WH1 be open from G o'clock in the movning until half-past 7 in the evening. The Eastern mail rift (silver Spring and Hcmpficld will close at 2 p. mM and arrive at 11 a. m. every Tuesday Thursday und Saturday. The Eastern mails will close at 7a. m....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

A _Contrast.—^A writer iu the New York Journal,of Commerce reminds us-; "In the year 18G0, the Atlantic is crossed by the largest and the smallest vessel that were evor borne across it. The Great Eastern, from England to New York, and the Seth Grosyenpr, of only 69 tons, from New York to Liberia. — Neither of them yet heard from at the port from whence they sailed. The Great Eastern is now safe in.New York, and the Seth Grosvenor, we doubt not, is also safe in Monrovia. " _^"Several years since a man named John Cain killed Bichard Singleton for the seduction of his daughter Mary, in Cincinnati. . The daughter has since become an abandoned character, and last Monday night was married¦.,to a negro by the name of Winston, over-70 years of age, the keeper of an eating and drinking house of a very low order. The girl was about 20 years of age. (^¦ shop Doane died on the 27th of April, - 1859. The anniversary of his death was appropriately marked by- his friends by the erection over...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

Nbwi of tho cine ri v_^' <_Wff _c_. ¦_P_^l _j_^^ PtesiJent, but one ( M'_^'_^_Vfft Hr^' l _'' _' ' _j|^H[ /^, 1 y son; tt.^|*_Crt> -«y b,_f _e *"sf M_£_J_^_KS&_^ t9ls m *• ^^?"_'<i/ v_*" _^der v _» ~ —_"_^P _^ _jM

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

A Real _OHARiry.—In some states the inhabitants _are. loo__.jioiixu- to, «o««_tbii_?rf _asyTums " for orphans, inebriates, deaf mutes, &c, and in some parts even churches and schools, and hence they resort to the Lottery, around which they throw every possible guard. . Yet there are persons who declaim against the system, because "bogus" concerns exist.— Upon the same principle, they would breakup the auction business,.because they often encounter a "Peter Punk." _Grekt good'flows from a legal Lottery • and every purchaser of a ticket, whilst he has a good chance to draw a prize, assists in a noble work of charity, or other public benefit. Such aretheLotteries of _Messrs, W ood, Eddy & Co. of Wilmington, Delaware, and St. Louis, Missouri, who will send to any address, upon receipt of $2.50 , $5, $10 or$20,.by return mail, a part or whole ticket, which may draw the capital prize of 870,000.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

NEWSPAPERS.—-iA man, says J_)pctor , .up a pound of sugar, and the pleasure he has enjoyed is ended, but the information he gets from a newspaper _ia treasured up in the mind to be used whenever occasion or _inclination calls for it. A newspaper is not the wisdom of a man, or two men; it Is the wisdom of, the age—of past ages, too.-r-A family without a newspaper ib always half an age behind the times in general information; besides, they never think much, nor find much, to think about.— And there are the little ones growing up tn ignorance, ; withoutia _^ taste for readiug. Besides all these_^evils, there's the wife, who, when her work is done, has to sit down with her hands in her lap, and uothing to amuse her mind from the toils and cares of the domestic circle. Who would be without a newspaper ?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

Sip-Among the acts of the Revised Penal Code of this state, passed during the session of the Legislature last winter, is one which, makes all persona who speak loosely orprofanely of God, Christ, the; Holy Ghost, ojr the Bible, liable to an indictment for blasphemy, the penalty for which is a fine not _exceeding one hundred dollars orimprisonment notes_, ceeding three months, or both at the disorptinn _nT rhp. fJrnrt, ^•A nephew _therHon. John Bell, of Kentucky, was recently rdbbed- at Hannibal, Mo., of $630, which he jbad amassed at 1 ike's Peak. Under the influence of sky-rocket whiskey, young Bell had attained to so great all "elevation," as to have lost all consciousness o\ sublunary affairs, and while in thai condition was relieved of his "dust.."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

_gg_*A young man who is serving out a term in the Michigan Stato Prison has written a long letter to his friends, dwelling upon'the causes which led him into crimp, and summing up the condition of l(tip4_ep life," as understood by rapid young gentlemen. He says : "You may not _comprehend this term, but let me explain. By living a tip-top life is meant first to be idle; second to drink whiskey, or anything else, (and of course get drunk; third, to frequent all places of coarse fun, such as cock-fights, _boxjag_* matches, negro shows, '&c; fourth, to keep a concubine or two; and fifth to eteal all they can lay their hands upon. This, then, is liviDg a tip-top life. Thus have I fallen, and thus will thousands of young men fall." " '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

The Beard.—The* deaths by consumption have decreased some fifty per ce&jt per annum among the stone cutters of Quincy, Milton, Rockport, and the marble works of Yermont, since they have ceased shaving and given nature ber sway'in matters she may be supposed to understand. Workmen in Western flour mills ; "colliers in the numerous mines of the Middle States; miners at Galena, Dubuque, and the copper regions of Lake Superior; employees in drug mills,-drivers, engineers, arctic navigators ;¦ residents ia low, wet countries, find' thousands of artizans whose employment is prejudicial to healthy lungs, generally "Wtrar~1ire" 'iivusta'ctro—Trs'~a &au t<<*^-raiJiari than an ornamental appendage to the _fjiAR nf mnnhnnrl.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

,0' /_ic _/W_/Mm_. _^LafiLettLan. S PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, AT ON_13 DOLLAR A-YEAE, PAYABLE _IW _ADVAKCE. OF F I CB : In Crtall's Ro_*_. Front-st., Marietta, Lancaster Oonrity_, Fenna, Ho subscription_«cwV!cd for _»lejppenoit_^ao tin monthsa_«d no paper will, bo discojitinncd until _alP erfearageg are paid, unless sit the option of the publisher. A failue tanolii ' y jt discontinuance at the expiration of the trim subscribed for, will be considered a new i:n_^age|pent. ...... A _ovtBTisiNo Rates : One square (112 lines, or less) 50 cents for the first insertion and 25 rents for each subsequent insertion. * A liberal discount made to quarterly,-half-yearly or yearly advertisers. /_ii i Kmcs or Job Printing done at short notice and at reasonable prices.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

_g|f Diamonds worth §50,000 have been Btolen from a Paris jeweller in the Palais Poyal, it is supposed by two shov_^ly dressed women whom the clerk leftrotting over tho rings, bracelets, _^c_^_Ub be attended to two gentlemen, wb . .. _werj probably confederates. The jeweller _tfi

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

t_§_£Paul-Mendelssohn, the brother of the composer, proposes to publish a collection pf the iatier's _correspondence and he calls, on all who have _apr maw How to Avoid Sim-SrKORES.—The first cases of sun stroke for the season occurred in New York on Friday. Two men (one in the eighth and one in the twelfth precinct) were prostrated, and lie in a -critical condition. Two days since a couple of the coroners took a boat excursion, and while outside of the Narrows one of them began to feel a curious sensation in his head. Having heard that water prevented sun-strokes, he plunged _his; handkerchief "in the brine, and applied it at once to his head, experiencing imm_"ediate relief. Though the rule is not invariable, few persons suffer from this affection who are not copious drinkers. Alcoholic beverages, particularly _*when used during the day time, predispose the person to an attack; and the drinkirjgof ice-water is not prudent. The frequent washing.of the head in cold water, or...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

OLIPPIKGS FROM OtJR BXOHANGBS The Boston Pilot estimates the number of Catholics in * this country at 3,500,-000. A Faris letter states that a pistol ball was found in one of Prince Jerome Bonapart's lungs after death,- which had bees lodged there more than 50 years ago in a duel with a brother of Marshal Davoust. Dr. _Thos. Butts of Southampton, Va. who died last week, has directed in his will that all his slaves, 105 in number, shall be freed. .. . A Texan friend Writing to the editor of the Augusta (Ga) Chronicle and Advertiser, _informB him that Gov. Houston has declared his preference for Belt and Everett as being the only national ticket before the people. It is said that the recent _circular of the Douglas National Executive Committee, in oppostion to a union with the Breckioridge faction, was agreed on after a full conference with Judge Douglass, and his friends. •* • _^ The N. Y. Dispatch nays that two of the Japanese _ambassadores are members of the Masonic order...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

;®_-|t Mttklg lltarictfan. " Impartial—bnt not Neutral. " S _^ jOa_+udhi, _0cl. . i V~~ i—¦ _< "* * _k_^i_^gAY, JULY 21, 1860. ">5! ^» _? r _vX ,.,._«_L r= >X_^HHP_^ 's «1a .#r »a*^_P_^ _OF Illinois. . , \ _^ _*_p _»V %DEHT, . : .j op Maine. -,„. .. ,* - _fj vENThe County. • *¦ , • • _^ J> _^ option. i / • *_H# of a Tew weeks for _"*~ " _i> * .acting mooey due _na £ _. 'if i, advertising and job ' ' • - v _^6| h we have been successful . _itit _^p_^_Anable .expectations, we . W t ^*fe _poWieation of "The * P Jt) 0 _^iiANi"butn6t as here-1 _fy^^l pendent Weekly News-1 '<Y^^AQT_?xclusively to. "Literals J |^_% (&_„%, General and Local » » _«f '_^ooP _^e promulgation and ¦~f"_4 l(Lfi %> J Ca _il has _» dnring _^e _i \ | _^e 9ii«» ' foderately sneceeded, I 1 _i _f 'Wj _d is tra _* 'ina P ecnni _*ry * \ ' ¦» _^ o T_*8 _k_°P_®i _^n _redeeming *\f **_o_«i/ 1 ia _^ _»n _itial number, ,-V * _M_' _lfi _g_^ «_f -thVcrfgan of no Beet ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

The Retdrn of Hee»_jan.—John C. _Heenan, the cherished child of America, the defender of her honor, the darling of the Musclemen, and the Patron-saint of Yankee glory and prowess for all time to come, arrived at Staten Island on Saturday, accompanied by his trusty henchman, trainer, and second, Jack Macdonaid. The conquering hero reposed himself on the Island' for a day to get ready for a grand reception. * We regret to say that The Belt did not arrive-_^-some mercenary London tradesman'detaining it on the paltry plea that it was not paid forl How. the great American nation can brook this indignity we cannot imagine, although we feel sure that nothing bnt blood or dit>l6macv will _atroease the anger of The Eagle. What a farce, after all, that Belt presentation was. ?? ¦ Everett's Last Oration.—A Boston correspondent says of Mr. Everett at the Boston Music Hall on the 4th :— "Edward Everett had spoken hundreds of times here, but he was, probably, never received with so muc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

_fl_^Godey for August, as usual, is early on our table. The engraving, "Blowing Bubbles" is a very choice one, whilst the four figured, colored, fashion plate with seventy or eighty other engravings descriptive of articles of dress, &c.t make Godey, as it long has been, the indispensible of every well-informed lady. By the way, our "better half" ackm>w,ledges the receipt of L. A. G.'s _casd containing Uie faCrSi.milla of w4iftt-_»b«-prpnonhees a very intellectual and good natured face. _^_T 'lne gold snuff-box presented by Queen Victoria to Com. , Joshua Sands, as a testimonial for his services in assisting to lay the Atlantic cable, has been deposited in a bank at Bridgeport, Conn-., for safe keeping—Congress haviug voted him permission to receive the gift. <^°La Mountain, the areonaot, has gone to Sarotoga for the purpose of arranging for a series of topical ascensions during the summer. The Troy Fatent Rope Co., are mating him manilla rope, 6,000 feet ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

9 9 * 9 1 T -¦ JJr. ESENWEIN'S TAR AND WOOD NAP THAPEOTORA JL. 18 THE BEST MEDICINE III THE WOULD FOR THE CURE OF Coughs and Colds, Croup, Bronchitis, Asthma Difficulty in Breathing, Palpitation of The Heart, Diptheris, and for The refief of patients » IN THE ADVANCED STAGES OF COH8TH(BXIOK together with all Diseases of the _Tfcroatlod Chest, and which _piedispose to ConstimptioL * It ia peculiarly adapted to the radical _cuxeftf Asthma. Being prepared by a practicalphyaician and druggist, and-one of great _expewence*^*""_" in the cure of the various diseas e* _torynich the human frame is liable. ¦ It is offered the afflict ed with the greatest confidence. Try it and be convincedthat _' it is invaluable in the core of Bron .chial affec- I _tions. Cf Price Fifty _Cehts nt Bottuc. * Prepared only by Dr. A. _ESENWEIN & CQ», 4 _Druosistb and CHExista, N. W. Cor. 9th & ', Poplar Streets, Philadelphia. |_h J3- Sold by every _respertsble Druggist and/1 Dealer in- _Medie...

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