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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

¦|~\R. HINKXE'S DRUG, PERFUMERY, Book, _Periodica l andTancy'Store, MA_^K " Ef-ST., *' MARfETTA. ' THE subscriber having just returned from the city with the most complete and beautifltl assortment of everything in his line evei offered in this Borough. He has, purchased another supply of _Tvme and Fkssh Drugs, which can be _defended on for what they are represented, having received his personal_^ aitention in the selection. In addi ion _togT his Drugs will be lcnmd a _mccly selected , dj of all kinds of . TOILET A&D _FANCl ARTICLES, of _cVCry kind and every price. nTn«_i«_tiifr in rmrfeof-German, French and _tng and , lis perfumery _Ste_^_Jg Soaps Creams, ToothK Nail BrushesWalo and _olhcrilair _^ rnMils. Hair OilsPomadesetc., etc. jte porf _Monnaifcs, arid _Pocket Hooks, Pen _• ¦ Knives, Putf Boxes and Powder, Miller a ailkinds of LAMPS. _Jfott_* Patent_^Salety Fluid LamBLBWd Can_^for _^ winch lie. H.»«l« agent. These Lumps and Cans should be jn every faMlry that Use _...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

JamesLast Evening in America.—A correspondent of, TheTSrorldjwrites-:-_^ The evening before; G. P. B,. -Jam_§s sailed from; these-shpree, never toreturjn, , I spent wjth him;at,thol|niqnllotel. _^ He was in.a great.flow of spirits. .His: plans for the remainder of,bjslifewere: settled. He was going to Yonico as consul general for the Adriatic, a position worth some £3,000 per annum. Jn four' years he-would be entitled to.his retiring pension, and. then_.hewould retui-n to, Aniericat and take up his . _residence, permanent ly inPhiladelphia. ijlryipgwjis_.withus, and when the two friends shook; handgj it was with the expectation of meeting agairiat the expiration of this'_^timePThey have met! at the end of ' the long jourriey sooner -than5 either e_'xpect' edM James _was relating to _usfamttng _othei things, certain* leave-talMn'goo'currences, at Richmond,- 5n his: _depafture_^frbm that cityi- The mere mention ": -dfHhVcdNliali ity shown-bim'by : the _Virginiansf quite overpowere...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

Harden's _Confession : The Trenton Gazette says thatth' e " confession of Harden will be published this week. The writer commences ' with his childhood, and goes on- to give a description of his life until he began to teach'school at or nearBlairstowh; his manner of life while teaching; his appointment as colporteur; his license to preach; describes the people among .whom lie was thrown, and the influences surrounding him; .tells of his _success as a _preacher; gives a sketch of his first _acquaintance with the Dorland family; describes his courtship and 'marriage ; tells how,- where, and why he poisoned his wife; gives his flight,: travels;*a¥rest, &c. A number of essays of Ms-own1 , and-letters to friends while he was in' prison, will be published with-the confessionyand 'the 'whole will make a workoBfrfttnSfbj to seventh-five pages! Harden's father, who will publish the work, has ernproye3Vfew general agenis for its sale. , •

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

TVT _BW.FJ6H :—Mackerel _^_rffc_^ J\ Nos. 1, 2 and 3; in _vatuius _^E tareffM_^^-S8 JW Sw.fcl.tta PhMelptoorgew-Vo*._^ Pnrtc/_rv rpathers.—3 Bales excellent live J5S5 Feaa _SS/or -leinl_^_e or small A FULL SUPPLY of Jersey P e a c h e s and A Sweet Potatoes, _^ a few weeks, JVWOLFE'S. .... .. . _ p jIBEglCES rrom the _^WMh^^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

_^"Albert Edwara, the eldest son of Queen Victorift-_^tas Ibprn1 _November 9, 1841, and consequently,,wa_^._eighteen years old last,_Noy , ember. _^Ls_^ _^ Prince of England, Scotland, Ireland, ' a_^ id Germany, he has, by birth and by letters of patent, the following titles: Prince _^ of "V_\ ales, by Rateiit,,!^],, English ;% D ,_^e of Cornwall, by; birth,._^q. ;- Great Steward of Scotland, by patent, Scotch; Duk§ of Rothsay_^by? birth, do.; Baron of-Car* rick, by birth,-do.; Baron of Renfrew, by _blfth? ,'do1; Lord'oftheisles, by_^birth, do.; EariM ' DaKlih,-by _patent; 1849, Irish; Prince Of Coburg jj&d Gotha, German. lfc0 fi_^ _^ ;;;- "JJppWff_^g;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

VOL. "F &liz fWceklu.%/_itcLf' u±tictn. IS PUBLISHED EVERV_^_ATtTRDAY, AT ONE DOLLAR_^A-YEAB_, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. O FFICE: In droll's Rowt Front-st., Marietta, Lancaster O<$un.ty, _Penfia. No subscription received for a _labp period than six monthsand no paper wilf*DO _discontiit ued until all errcarages are_^paid, unless at the option of the publisher. A_^_ailtre to notify a discontinuance of. the expiration of the term subscribed for, will be considered a new engagement. * ¦ • Advertising Rates : One square (12 lines, or less) . 60 cents Tot the first insertion and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. A liberal discount made to quarterly, half-yearly or yearly advertisers_. All Kinds ' of Job Printing done at short notice and at reasonable prices.

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

P'ok Tin: Weekly Marijjttia*.- .] ___, A. Youthful Freak of. Billy See and I.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

CLIPPINGS FROM OUR EXCHANGES The Postmaster-General is about to issue an important circular to postmasters, requiring, among other things, that in _^all cases postage stamps and not money be used in the prepayment of postage, and prohibiting the use of tbe dating stamp in cancelling the postage stamps. A neglect to cancel postage stamps, effectually, or to post mark letters-plainly, will be regarded as a cause for serious censure, if not of removal. Bayard Taylor seems to have shaken off the old and restless longing(for travel, and is entertaining some German _friends at his native town, in Chester county, Pennsylvania. He i3 just completing a stately country seat on grounds adjoining his birthplace. In laying the cornerstone last fall, he deposited a copy of his firetv work, "Views a-Foot,"on the flyleaf of which he wrote, . ''This is the real foundation-stone of this edifice." The post-mortem examination of the body of John E'ellcy, who _3ted recently in Black Rock, N. Y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

11 Impartial—bnt not Neutral. " _^ATUfcDAY, JULY 28. I860. y_^ y ' _ImKL1 * ' or IlLTNOls _- _^ -Y^^l_^w ' _^^Tv> * ?fl$» _oi Maine. ^?3 _, tiie Couwty. •i* j _Jcf -^———** • __ * •* * • ' ' jxik'X' —A "lone ••• • \ . rf-Jr Missouri, re-. * *"_, » • ' J_*Jlr City, Pike's »_a ' %s Or -*« alone from the -* "_^" ' -", ,u this point—her "train" i v( |*> "40a yoke of oxen and wagon, / liens and a quantity of provisions. raff had taken care of and driven her _Braie without assistance, and made the _^Hwithoit annoyance, either from In-|«s or white men. By selling eggs to Hpranta at $2 per dozen, she had accup _lSled considerable money, and from a Pskl quantity of _Hungarian grass seed, r>| based at the river for 14 cents, she _fill ed $14. She was about fifty years fljtVje. After remaining a few days, she J; * t on towards California, where she ' -_^a resided, and now proposes to spend ;,;-A] afR. . . ; '. -a*. John 1$; Slaunton, conceiving •/ ;« _jftad been ins...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

_tBPThe Trince of Wales, who arrived in this country on last Tuesday, is a graceful young scamp of eighteen or nineteen years. He haa thus far achieved nothing except the seduction of a young lady, This is all the account oi him that has yet come across the water. lie is sent off on account of this affair, as has been said, and probably correctly. Yet our people are preparing to go crazy over him. American mothers and American fathers will be very proud ' to do honor to this Royal -scamp. So goes the world. _fp_^Hackensack, N. J., says the Journal of that place, is excited over a double elopement case, which occurred from this village o» Wednesday. Two gentlemen from New York, after being in town a few days, eloped with a married lady and her unmarried sister. The married lady left a child with a neighbor, and went away without incumbrances.— No clue has been obtained to the fugitives. ¦ (3*11 was confidently expected that Lady Franklin wauld have been among the passengers on ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

_s_9_*Ex-Pr_«kident Tyler has declared through the press that he is for disunion in the event of tht election of _eithvr Mr, Bell or Mr. Lincoln or Mr.1 Douglai to the Presidency, and that in either case he will" fight for a funeral! He is particularly fierce against Mr. Bell. Wb,«t right has he to think that there is any human creature whom the _American people liouldn't endure at President, when he rememben that for nearly four years they endured him / * . I_^Who dodged the vote on the Home* stead bill? Stephen A.Douglas. Who dodged on the admission of Kansas?—Stephen A. Douglas. Who claims that "my great principle," Popular Sovereignty, has given to slavery a degree and a half more of the. public domain than the slave power claimed ? Stephen A. Douglas. ^•The Prince Wales will reach this country early in August. He has accepted invitations to visit the President and Mayor of New York. If he should be fortunate enough to escape vulgar and annoying toadying while here, the vi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

Death to every form aJb specie! or VERM £¦_$?: _' l " Costar > s" Rat, Roach, tea Exterminator. " Costar _' a" Bed-bug Extern_^ttirtori " Costar's " Electric Powder tp_^ Insects, Ace. Destroys instantly Rat_*. Roaches, Moles, Mice, Ground Mice, Bed Bugs, Ants, Moths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Insects on plants?* tnsecti on animals, &c., in fact every form and Species of Verm _u_».. Ten years established in New-York Cityused by the City Post Office, City Prisons and Station Houses, the City Steamers* Ships, _ths City Hotels—the «_Astoi," ** Saint _Nicholas bc _ri andby more than 20,000, privjite families. Or Druggists and RetaUexn _vt_^f_^_Jmn ¦•H them. ., / :-i Wholetaie-Agentsin all tb«4_aie»«Uies. . Regular sizes, 23c, 50c, and one dollar boxes—bottles—flasks. , .. _Heware of Spurious Imitations!! Examine each box, bottle and flask, and take nothing but "COSTAR'S." One Dollar Boxes sent by mail. .$3-and $5. boxes for plantations, hotels, arc. by express. Addrej* * orde...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

Pardoned by the President.—Chas. Patterson, of Elmira, who was sentenced to the Auburn State Prison from Buffalo, five years since, for a term of .ten years,'for. stealing letters from the mail, was pardoned last week by President Buchanan. Patterson was only seventeen years of age when sentenced. He was a very quiet and clever boy, it was urged ot the time of his trial, and _had been led into the commission of crime by older associates. A Doo Over thb Falls cp Niagara. —An unfeeling fellow threw his'doc into the Niagara Rivef, near Goat Island bridge, the other day, to test the question whether it was possible for animals to be carried over the falls and escape alive, and immediately1 afterward went to tbe foot of the ferry stairs and found the dog but little injured by the tremendous leap; _Tjjhe experiment was tried to convince some incredulous person. Garibaldi's second ministry is said to have resigned. Naples had notified England and France of her intention to offer the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

•. . " _^ _JHwollowihg banks, according to V "/ tiJdtHB'ised announcements, propose _&*• " ' _^^ _under tlle _^_W. Banking Law •vj-# _SBania: ¦ » \* * _«_B_»1<1 County Bank, Clearfield. *V .* • * l_^_tntv Bank, Towanda, Fa. ;. • ' m "_% «|t Eb^^lphia _, PhiladeVa . _, •> ._^Ok , Philadelphia. "" * • _^K 6 k, Philadelphia. ¦ *• _, , J5w '_*# _Aington correspondent of ._* ¦ _* '' ' ' wT_* ®* : Tbe Na _* ional Int«llikv * _^' _*n _4 continued by Mr. Seaton, ttfejj&ttbe _^ mrtner of Mr. Gales ; and •WE?' <?Uring _1 time ' if not forever, it will ¦ _j*j]gjri[ $ _uouptlei _inue to be supported by S_$_W lhe Piling from the printing of _^iiX t**Co1 a- Carroll, Postmaster at WBm *mphiB been removed and M. C. <_%_^Gan°_wayj oro r the Avalanche, ap-. -v_,K>inted iq _placed _CokCarroll was v. F _f _jIrW_^p _^ SnVnYBalti-• . * i ' _jHitions ana voted for Doug"L._» _s f In ,* _v • _y \ l — -~* _^ • * _M_^P ¦ !*•_v _*l0_» _^'_^be roc °_^ec *...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

Caution.—The _following act having been passed at the last session of the Legislature of Georgia, our busi ness, on arid after June 1st, 1860 _' w ' illf be carried on at Wilmington, Delaware, and St. Louis, Missouri. An Act to repeal all laws, and parts of laws, authorizing Lotteries in the State of Georgia, and for other purposes. Section-1. The General Assembly_*of Georgia do,enact .-.That from_v and after the.first day of June, Eighteen Hundred and Sixty, all laws and parts of laws authorizing Lotteries in the State of Georgia, or.the vending of Lottery Tickets in said State"be and the same are "hereby repealed. - - "Approved by the Governor, Dec. 11, 1858. Therefore, all Lotteries pretending to be drawn in the State of Georgia, after that date, must be illegal, and a fraud upon the public. Wood, Eddy & Co., Owners and Managers of the Delaware, Missouri and Kentucky State Lotteries. Wilmington, Delawarerand _Stf. LouiB, Missouri. - - "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

• . * _liters from Rome state that Gar-* <«J _Stfn is seriously and alarming-• *•/ j *\ Mthat his physician has been fB *Jd by telegraph from London_, /soph Gales, of the firm of Gales /n, of the Washington National _aWcer_r _diei in thai city ODLSatury > t_l _^_l_4 s _' wisShelml_^le_^_iuring _. on the _aW. " ' • '* ' _IlilwW_^ioosi of he r BMrried life. _^_k • • J_^_M^' ! *for tho _beflefi. t of her cred-Kr ^^f _V_^ '_ry beeneiee ¦Br • ' * BtfLtofthe Yirginiaind Ken- 8f_. *V _^l_, _^_,g9 ha« been restored to _5_Pf t * r_^_Btohi Waflh_._ipgm^^es _#_*_& ' ** * _^ _^ _^ — :_~ ""' ¦ ' '_-_^ % _T _j_* « ; ^?*^4a8 _ha_^ _iijaae a don_^ V; ' • ~L '_%_tt f _UV . ; " * •>' ¦ *._»ington Monument

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

The Oldest Mason.—In reference to a paragraph published in Forney's _PresB some days since, which stated that Mr. John Johnson, of _Cincinnati, was the oldest Mason in the United States, a correspondent writes to a New York journal aB follows: George Campbell, who now resides in Fifty-first street, _wa9 born on St. John's day, 1772, is a Royal Arch Mason,-and is an -older Mason and man, both by two years, than Col. John Johnson, of Cincinnati. He is an old merchant of this city, and was on intimate visiting term? with both Hamilton and Burr, and after their fatal duel and when Burr Deeded concealment from the mimons of law, he went to the house of Campbell, then at Hackensack N. J., and was concealed, and got out of the country by him, while Robert Campbell, his own brother, was State Attorney, living in the same town, and would have given five thousand dollars to have secured the arrest of Burr.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

A Ca«d to tbs _Swirwinro.—The _Jfter. Wiuiam Cosorovk, while laboring as a fnissionary in Japan, was cured of _Cittiuntp_^ _, when all other means had tailed, by a recipe obtained from a learned physician residing in the Great ci_^r of Jeddo. t thu _tecipe hascuwd greatnumberiWiow»i* _lufiBiii_^ froni Con-BumpUon, Bronchitit, SoieThWa_% Co«j{haand Colds, and . the _debility and nervous4epr*_ssian caused by these disorders. .. Dtsirous of _benefitting others, I will lend this recipe, Which I htve brought home with me, to all who need it, free of charge. Address . Rev; Wk. _Gotstovs, 439 Fulton Avenue, _Brooklyn, N. Y: Bcwaks or Quacks !—Thii _AdvaTrtisemtnt is addreued to bath MaleiUnd Perdales stifferin_» from secret causes. I have, practiced maby years, and having made a fortune, professionally ~ de_»ire now to serve my fellow creature*. Inclose a Dollar to pay incidental charges, and a sure remed _y will be afforded you. Let no false _defici% prtfveiit, ai«_teict»ecrccr is pre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

Good _Advice.—On the subject of behavior in conipany, Leigh Richmond gives the following excellent* advice to his daughters:—"Be cheerful, but not gigglers. Be serious, but not dull. Be communicative, but not forward. Be kind, but not servile. Beware of silly thoughtless speeches; although you may forget them, others will not. Remember God's eye: is in every place, and hia ear in every company. Bewaro of levity and familiarity with young men ; a tnoi est reserve, without * affectation, is the only safe path. Court and encourage Berions conversation with those who are truly serious and _convertible; do not go into valuable company without endeavoring to improve by tbe intercourse permitted to you. Nothing is more unbecoming, when one part of the company is engaged in profitable and interesting conversation, than another part should be trifling, giggling, and talking comparative nonsense to each other. " '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 28 July 1860

Pardoned Out and Gone to LECinRiNa.—Our readers no doubt remember that some eight years ago a recreant Monk of La Trappe, named Leahy, was sentenced to the Wisconsin State prison for life, for the murder of a man named Manly. A few days ago Leahy was pardoned out, and is now in Milwaukee.— Before he committed this murder he delivered anti-Catholic lectures. throughout the country, and created great excitement. It is said that a few years since he was reconciled to the church again. He now announces that he will deliver a public lecture. Subject.:— "The address he delivered before the jury which consigned him to the State prison for life, for shooting the seducer of his wife." . "

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