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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

i SPECIAL NOTICES. S3* 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 ; but as its virtues and merits became knqwn, this barter of prejudice was overthrown, and the demand increased so rapidly that in a fbw years scarcely a village exhistedin the United States in which the'afflicted bad not experienced the benefits'arising from the use of the ?'Bitters;"'and at the present day; there are to be -found, in * all, parts of the world, vouchers for the greatt merits of the article Nogieater cure for Dyspepsia can be found. S3™ See- advertisement. Fur sale by _Druggists and Dealers generally. A Candid Statement. You can procure of any Druggist iu this city and vicinity, Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liniment. It is a sure and speedy cure for sorethioat, toothache, chronic rheumatism, colic, crou...

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

FOR PRESIDENT, _ABRAHAM LTN0©LN, r _, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PR ESlbB_|NT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. _WLnitrt ' 3_SU£tnraI _®itkit. ¦ ¦ _SENATORIAL. _Mon,Torf McMichael, Philadelphia, _Thoxas H. Cunhinoham, Beaver co. _«»_i —: BEFBESENTATIVB. 1. Robert P. King, |13. Elias W. Hall, 2_. Geq* M. Coates, J14. Chas. H. _Shrtner, 3. Henry Bumm uo. John Wister. ¦ 4_^ Jm. HSRtrn; m. _' WM'CmaugJiy, 5. Bartin H. Jenki, 17. David W. Woods, 6. Chas. M. Bunk, <18. Isaac Benson, 6. Robert Parke. 719. John Patton, 7. Wm. Taylor, >20. Samuel B.\ Dick, 8. Jno. A. Hiestand_, 121 Everhard Bierer, 9_. R. H. Coryell_, (22_^John P. Pen ney, _11. _Edwd. HaUiday, 123. Ebe'zer _MJJimJein, 12. Chas. F, Reed, ?24. J,, W. Blanchard.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

Certificates of t Character.—It _ig well _kndwn that the rebel agents wbo lately presumed to talk peace at Niagara are all notorious thieves and defaulterg to the Government they are endeavoring to destroy. Sanders .stole some #30,000, _while acting as Buchanan's Navy Agent at New York. Tucker, while Buchanan's Consul at Liverpool, pocketed about $80,000 belonging to the Government; and Thompson, Buchanan's Secretary of the Interior, engineered the great Indian Bond fraud of $700,000; one fourth of which he kept for his own personal use, dividing the remainder among his fellow thieves in the transaction. A choice and eminently proper set of fellows to represent the chivalrous Confederate States govern* mentl

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

V The _cjtizens of Cbiqago are now engaged in raising contributions for the purpose of _purchasiag a home for Mrs. Mulligan, the wife of Col. Mulligan, who commanded the Irish regiment in Hunter'ft army,>and was killed in the late fight beyond Winchester. Col. Mulligao was highly respected in Chicago, sod big death ii deeply lamented. The conduct of Mrs. Mulligan who travelled more than a hundred miles in an ambulance, driven by herself, in _search.of her husband's body, recovered it and brought it back with her, has received the plaudits of all as a devoted wife and heroine worthy of any age of the world. ¦•¦ ¦ 11 _iii_^_fc_^_fci i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

6* On Saturday, July 23, Mr. Reedy, father-in-law of John Morgan, and formerly a representative in Congress from Tennessee, took the amnesty oath. He hasbeen the_^head of all the '' rebels in _Murfreesborough who seemed to move under bis _guidance. ' He said he "regarded the Southern Confederacy a failure and though once honest ia its support, would now gladly return to the old Government." W Dr. J. C. Mackenzie, of Baltimore, has been arrested for disloyalty, and aiding and abetting the rebels.. In his house were found two rebel flags and a number of photographs of rebel officials, civil and military.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

Brutal _Outrage.--On Monday after noon, Mre.,He,nry Paff, residing in Cumru, came to town to get her [husband's bounty, who i? in Captain Ketrpr'_s Co. E, 46th Regiment. She applied to M. B. Boyer_* _Esqr, and received the bounty; but oo her way bqme, .on the Morgantown road, between tbe Lancaster bridge and " Yost's Is land,'she was " waylaid by two brutes-iD human form, who "dragged fcer into'an adjoining field, where they ravished her. • The parties are known to tbe woman. Ou Tuesday the police at-4empted ' to arrest them, but could not find them. So "brutal, an occurrence has not disgraced our county for a long series of years.—Reading Times.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

WktMmtitim. F. L. _gaker, Editor. MARIETTA. PA : SATURDAY, AUGUST 13,1864.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

_tfiT The Washington Star tells why Gov. Letcher's house was burned : "On the arrival of Gen. Hunter's1 troops at Lexington, the residence of Governor Letcher was cared for and protected by his order, as was ' all otber private property in .that ,towD,—After being there two days there was discovered in a deserted printing office ¦& manuscript proclamation, written,and signed by John Letcuer, which had been set up, exhorting the citizens of the town and county to.assassinate our troops from behind trees, bushes _^ &c.,v This discovery so incensed Gen. Hunter and his army that he ordered the destruction of Letcher's house:"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

Horrible Suicide.—On _Tuesday_^_lasfc a respectable farmer-named R. J. Car* penter, living. near Frede ' rica_, Kent county, Del., took his gun, heavily loaded with large shot,.and placing it to hiB head, ordered a small-boy to tell his wife that be was going to kill himself. Mrs, C. immediatelyxran to , where he was, and casting herself on her knees, begging him to desist. To her frantic -iuquiry, •'What will I and the children do?" be replied : "Do the best you can," and immediately pulled the trigger, the load _tearing off the entire skull and Bcatteiing the blood and brains over his poor wife, who had fallen with him.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

_JJHT Mrs. Wm. Evana, of Mercer, O. W., aged 35, has' bad a stomach trouble for several years. Late physicians have attributed it to a snake in the stomach, which has now grown so as to produce a bunch on the outside of the stomach as large as a quart bowl. When the bunch was pressed the snake recoiled into the stomach. When fish or meat is being cooked the serpent rises to the throat ^^ _^ 5Dd almost produces strangulation. Ffe_$|ioiaD8 think that the death of the snake \ will produce the death of tbe woman}

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

_fgf A successful experiment has recently been made in blowing up a bar in«tbe-Mississippi river by means of torpedoes. The report that followed each discharge was not very loud but the water was thrown to a height of about seventy-five feet in immense volumes, and tons of black .mud surged up and was carried away by the current. Large numbers of fish were killed by the concussion, and floated to the surface of the water, where they become the spoils of the eager boatmen who were floatiog around for the purpose of gathering up "nnftnrmirtfifoH triflnn."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

_fiT Thursday, July 28th was the 86th birth-day of Commodore Charles, Stewart, who has been in the service of- his country sixty-seven years. He. is a Philadelphian by birth, having been born on the 28th day of July, 1778. Daring his military career he has been in over forty engagements. Among others was that of the bombardment of Tripoli, August 31, 1804. He is still bale—takes a deep interest in the present crisis of the country—has,never for a moment despaired of the restoration of the Ifnion—and is as loyal as Abraham Lincoln.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

_JW ^*he legislature convened in special session ou Tuesday last. Tbe Governor ii his message says very plainly that the convening was for tbe purpose of taking some action for the defence of the itato. It ia important that the members should bear this in mind in entering upon their duties, and not allow other subjects of an entirely irrelevant nature to creep in and occupy the time which should Be spent in deliberating over tbe _epeciil business of the session.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

What Rebellion is Doing.—The Nashville Union says : The colored regiments reviewed laBt Wednesday were composed of Stout, able-bodied, athletic men, in the primes and vigor of life. There was not one among them wbo, in 1_^60. would not have brought, as a slave, one thousand dollars on the block. \No wonder the _Rebels wbo saw them grated their teeth and muttered curses. They sawTnillion_'s 6T dollars' worth of huTOBn chattels, redeemed and disenthralled, enlisted in a patriotic service, in striking contrast with their cold blooded treason."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

A ' ' 'Good Retort.—The New York Journal of Commerce, quoting the oftrepeated commonplace that "the rebel* lion is on its last legs," asks peevishly how many legs the rebellion has got. The Chicago Tribune answers : "There is a leg in Ohio called Vallandigham, one in Chicago called the Times, two in New York, the Journal of Commerce and World, and one in Cincinnati, the Enquirer, besides two very lame legs at Richmond and Atlanta. The Northern legs are the most serviceable."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

1ST A convict in' the "ThomastoD, Maine, State prison, who bad cut up a blanket and; from it made a suit of clothes of one color, and had disguised himself with a false moustache, boldly marched through the guard room of the prison, a few days ago, ' the guard not detecting the fraud, and was jest leav. ing the prison, when the warden, who happened to meet him, stopped bim. He said he had been a year preparing to escape_.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

Child Burked to Death.— I he dwelling of Mr. J. Eyerson, of Bradford town-Ship, Clearfield county, caught fire on Friday, the 15th _inat., and was burned to the ground. A small child of Mr. E. was burned to de_^tb in the house—the body, however, was taken from the building before it was consumed. The fire occured during ahort absence of Mrs. Eyereon. Mr. E. was from home at the time.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

tSF People who have fallen into the not uncommon error of supposing Suniter to be a "heap of mine" will learn with surprise that, in the opinion of most of our best army and naval commanders, it is stronger now defensively than ever, being in fact as perfect an earthwork as military skill ever devised. The knocking down of a portion of the wall now and then does not weaken it materially, m «^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

_tjt Hon. Edward Everettwho Beat * ripresep_^iiTe _recrRit to the field two _» years ago, has forwarded a check to #* Governor Andrew, of Massachusetts, to •_Wi provide another. Though oar laws * io_#ake one man as good as another and _M_^. •6_*etinie8 better, here is an unobjection-^-«*le method by which-one man may prow himself equal to several.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

_C3* _' Gen.Rousseau has ordered an as. _Bessment of five thousand dollars on the rebel citizens residing in tbe neighborhood of tbe place whore Dr. Huett, of the 15th U. S. colored troops, was brutally .murdered on the 24th ult. The assessment imnade for the benefit of the murdered officer's family. . The mjarder took place about fifteen miles from Nashville.

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