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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

_©_ftt a&ibal _fattine. ¦ ' She never did return,his love,, t ; While fiercer still. she saw it burn ; Nor with one word did she reprov _. e The u_^ame she never would return. In vaiu he told, with love-lit eyes, \ IIow well he worshipped her alpue ; She never heard his. burning sighs—They fell upon a heart of stone ! She slighted him, for he was poor, Mo fortune had at his command ; His humble lot was too obscure To win a noble lady's band. With heavy heart away he turned, And when thro' life he was more blest The memory of the girl who spurned His early love he still caressed ! She had aoother suitor, ' too, A youth who left no art untried To prove his lov« to hpr was true ; He was a wealthy lad, beside. •!3be coldly heard his vows awhile—But when he talfceU of'his/iroid-land 'Eitch frown t<^8J turned-intn afmile-8v -i _;i< !•!"'! him her Ix_^it \a\A ha'n 1! ,_~i They l?v.-.| ;i while in blibslal state, Protusuly wore her wants supplied, But soon ,thiTr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

o _thmb cieTHEs-Wai_^sa._; It is the only reliable self- Adjusting Wringer. No wood-work to swell 01 split. No thumb-screws to get out of order.i:" ¦ • ¦ _. - Warranted withor wttb-out Cog-Wheels. It took the First Premium at Fifty-seven State and County Fairs in 1863, and is, without an exception, the be<t Wringer ever made. Patentee! in the United States, _England, Canada, and Australia. Agents wanted in every town. . ¦ ; • . Eucrgetic agents can make from 3 to 1( Dollars per day. No. 2: $6.50 No. 1. $7.50. No. F..$8.50, No. A. $9.50. • . • . . < Sample Wringer sent and express paid on receipt of price. _, • Manufactured and sold, wholesale and reail, by the _Putnam manufacturing co., No; 13 Platt Street, New York, and Cleve land, Ohio. * - . S..C. NORTHROP, Agent. WHAT EVERYBODY KNOWS, viz: That Iron well galvanized will not rust; That a simple niachineis better than a complicated one; That a Wringer should be self-adjusting, durable, and efficient; That Thu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

AGENCY OF THE _v v> _/ ''yDUTCa f AST INDIA COFFEE _CJOMPA_^Y_. DEPOT :-rI68, READE-ST., N. y The above Company are kno yn all over the Worldas the owners of the Coffee Plantations of Java and Batavia in the Dutch East Indies, and are the largest monopolizers of. Coffee on the Globe. , ., . ,., ,, ' , The M ander,8igned _i _jfwliat is, appointed their 1 aole Agent*irr thfe_^lrnited_^States_^d_^ihr the British Colonies) will "have for ' _sale three different_._^ind_^ of .GO_/JF7i;JS; ,; whioh.-fpri regular-1 ity of graa' ea _ny_* cBeJ apriessJ '6f _pnee_^will defy competitidh.' •? : *«• ' < "> «*'« * . • '_^, . , Our ««- BjLTAYU; GOFFEE" never before sijitroduce'd in'_this:_^ country/ But* extensively " used in the Armies arid Navies of Europe and richly valued, will be puf up at-priccfa to come wv.no the _rfifch _' _ofldl CQnsuraeriji and our _' A.#4_&#AJAV4miiL \)_,a the JMaghuin-Bpnum Conjee 1 of the age. ;,; , ' ',' ' ' . " , '' _' • ..&lt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

* PUBLISHED _.STfiKKLY . .. , .1 _/ J AT ONE _BOlllR _MD^^MIF _^ _TBlB;1 : payIbleW'XVvMce. _^ Office-:in 'fCrnUU Bow,Vion_\rront_*street,flve Single _iCopiesj iwith,'»6_*_4wi_^but _fWrappen,w , , , 'JP ?_aUjR SQigjm9*- 'iiJ,-;f..'d - ADVEBTisi ' N_^ RAfis : ¦One*1 _square'(f6 lines; or Jess) ' 50 ' cents for the first insertion arid 25 cents for each subsequent Insertion.- . _Proi fessional and Business _caids, of six_._lines or less at $5 per annum.. Notices in the reading columns, five cents a-line. , Marriages and Deaths, the simple announcement, free ; but for any additional lines, five cenisa line. - ; ' ' -A liberal deduction made to yearly "and half yearly tadyer tisersi , • :> : - . ' ¦ $ _f Having just added a " _IfEWBUEfy s »MouH,7 TA .iH/ Jobber Press," together_{ with a large assortment of new Job and _Cari type, Cuts'? Borders, &c, &c, * tb the _^ Job Office * of " TiiE Mariettian," which will insure the fine and speedy execution of all k...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

JoIixl _Spangle.r _^ SUCCESSOR TO DAVID ROTtt, . IN THE HARDWARE BUSINESS, Would take this method of informing the publie that he is no_^jf prepared to furnisli anything in his line of business, such as Glass, OnsTVarnislies_, Stoves, Iron, Carpenter 's _Tootis _. ' IIinjjfes, ¦ _i { Bolts, Locks, Naiis, alL&inds of Building material, CoacAmaker's ' • Goods, Ced'erware, Clocks, Fancy Articles in large Variety, with a full assortment of shelf goods'•generally, ' _whieff he will sell at the lowest prices, wholesale'brjrett il. Call and examine the stock. . Ma.iet_.a _* _Jtfarch 5, 1864. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

TilE _DBAETi_^^^^THE DRAFT!! Who would not be out of the Draft? T)U( T that which effects us in connection f| with the Army, is not th" only one—the Draft upon the pocket these times is _equally severe—consequently we purchase goods where we get them cheapest.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

_$tn, $)a£tt anil _Ztissgots. A woman named Allen has been burned to death at Rondout_, N. Y., by, as is supposed, her sister and husband. All three were very dissipated. The dying woman said that they, forced her to drink a large quantity of liquor, and then pouring kerosene on the bed in which she lay, and set it on fire. The petroleum trade in Pennsylvania last year was larger by $5000 than the iron and coal trade. The sales of the former brought $56,000,000, The Providence Presa states, that George Jones has, sued the New York Tribune, through Horace, Greeley, for $10,000, for an alleged _libelous article reflecting upon ' the dramatic abilities and private character of the Count. Large supplies of clothing and medicine have been sent to. the Union prisoners in Texas by General Canby. Arrangements have been made for the exchange of 3450 of the number. A dog was recently captured in _fronl of Hancock's corps while carrying rebel dispatches. The statistical returns which t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

mt _Wmttttm F. L. l?afc«r, _EdiA' _MARIETTA • _5A: _„ _^5bad Heroism.—A most . °_3 outrage wu perpetrated upon _JJa 3nilyof Mr. George Geigher, at _phoney city, on Taesday evening last. At. Qeigher is a Democrat, bat had been active at the polls, daring the day, in favor of Col. Cake.—For this, the Copperheads determined to have revenge and accordingly a gang of about fifty of them went to his house, and not finding him at home, they took the cratches from his son, a badly wounded ¦oldier; and beat him shamefully with them. Bis aged mother attempted to intercede for him, when they set her down, and beat her also; They then went out to a shed and beat a cow almost, to death. Comment upon this cowardly outrage is unnecessary^— fifty fall grown copperheads making a charge upon an old woman, a cripple and a cow I bat if these are the kind of chaps who are gojng to make oar streets ran with blood, when Lincoln is elected, why we don't think we have much cause of alarm. Two. broth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

_Sptcial _Noiircs. 53»A Card to Invalids.—A _Oergyman while residing in South America as a miv sionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for the cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay, Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Org ans and the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful and vicious habits. Great numbers have already been cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will send the recipe for preparing and using this medicine, in a sealed envelope, to any one who needs it, fhee or chakoe. S3" Please _inclos_? a prepaid envelope, addressed to yourself. Address Joseph T. Inmah, Station D, Bible House, New-York. 0»A Card to the 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 box of Old Dr. Buchan's Engj_^i_^Spedfic Pills— and be restored to good kealtb and vigor in less than 3...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

0*r It is stated that a single Eastern leg-factory haa leased eight square miles of forest in Maine, for the purpose of obtaining supplies of timber for the manufacture of toe artificial limb; All kinds >are _lurned out,; from the flesh-colored and silver-plated prop for the general, down to the rough, unpainted stump for. the private soldier. The "last legs" of the Rebellion should by this time need repair. . . ', ¦ — •> , . igt The Clearfield Journal, speaking of the defeat of Col. Bigler for Congress in that district, nays: "When General John Patton was a candidate for Congress he carried this Democratic county by sixty ;four majority—running more than three hundred ahead of his ticket. Ex-Governor Bigler, with the draft to help him, runs behind his ticket, very clearly showing his popularity at home." 0" The Russian _government encourages marriage among its soldiers, providea'thesouple with a house, supports theni,: rears tbeir children, but takes away all the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

S9_T Judge Taney's will was admitted to probate in Baltimore on Friday. It is dated April 28, 1859. He appoints J. Masou Campbell, David M. Perine and Richard T. Allison, executors and trustees under the will of all his property of every description, together with the money that may become due on bis life inpnrance in Baltimore and New York, for the use of his five daughters', oue un-married and four married, and their _descendants, &c. ¦*»i 9* A story that General Hooker has been left immensely rich by the death of a Mexican wife is thuB disposed of by the San Francisco Alta: "1st. General Hooker's wife was not rich when he married her, nor at any other time. 2d. General Hooker's wife'was not a Mexican. 3d. General Hooker's wife is not dead. 4th. General Hooker never had a wife. 5th. General Hooker iB not a Croesus, never was, and never will be?" ' BW The Davenport Gazette says that 1500 of the rebel prisoners confined on Rock Island have recently enlisted in the servic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

0*The directors of the "Washington Home," in Boston, a few days ago received a check for five hundred dollars, from a gentleman residing in Philadelphia, who was cured of drunkennes at that institution six and a half years ago, in his letter he uses the following language : "If I had the ability, I wou_'.d freely give the institution the cost of a new building, and consider it a cheap investment, after what the house has done forme." . ¦ *» :— 9_ST In Providence, Rhode Island, last week, some laborers who were digging a cellar turned up a piece of gold bar about three inches in length, weighing five and one half ounces, and three or four Portuguese gold coins of a denomination of about twenty dollars each, two of which bore the dates of "1693" and "1997." There were also two or three silver coins. ¦0* The Toronto Globe * in an article on the late Union .victories at the ballot-box, says: "Gen. McClellan never had any reasonable prospect of being elected, but present appearances ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

J. R. DIFFEjYBACH 1864. _^x 1864 NO. 66 MARKET-ST., MARIETTA. PA., Havin? sorted up hia stock during the greateat decline in Gold and Merchandise and i» now predared to sell goods as low as Any Retail House in or out of the Cities. Now selling good Prints at 31 cento, the beat at 37_£c. Good DeLaines, 43c, best 60c. Ginghams from 37| to 50 cents. - Bleached and Unbleached Muslins, .; from 31, 37 to 50 cents. CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTING, Latest style goods for Gentlemen and Boys wear., Fancy and Black Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans, Cloths, together with, all kinds of Domestic goods, such as Ticking, Checka, Drilling, &c, &c, s,t .. "' .;" ' EQUALLY REDUCED PRICES. Good Sugar at 18, 20 to 22 centa. Good Coffee at 40 cents—best in market at 50 cents. B3_" Syrups and all other Groceries at reduced prices. ffffl AJLARGE _BaU LOT OF PURE LIQUORS. ' He also _continues to keep on hand a large supply of superior Brandies, Wines, Gins, Schnidam'_s ,Schna ps, Drake's Pla...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

_ff The Brazil Mail ~ says owing to the American rebellion, a number of Southern wealthy planters purpose settling in Brazil; some have already arrived with their slaves and money—their ' families soon to follow. V The.principal discoveries of nickel in North Ametfoa have been in Chatham, Ofc, and _Laataster _couttty, Pa. The article known as German silver is composed chiefly of this _tnetal. _^^ 0* General Butler Bent * reconnoissance to within two and a hair miles of Richmond on Thursday. The rebels were met in _ssmall squads, _aad taveral _skirmisheB took place. , . \ (9* An association of Latter Day Saints has been organized in Monongahela City, and arranged for regular services in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church of that city. _: _JBT Secretary Stanton haa dismissed twenty persons from _Quartermaster General Meig's department. They are said to have been notorious sympathizers with the rebels. Their employment had been long a subject of severe complaint. ¦ ' ?• • :—7— ¦ «g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

: 0". The Petroleum Oil produced in the State of Pennsylvania was sold at , the wells for $56,000,000 during the last twelve, months, and the. iron and coal of . Pennsylvania only produced $51,000,000. Is Philadelphia, the daily sales of pe-* roleum stooks at the regular stock ex-j ' change board are over $200,000. The number of petroleum companies organized is about 150, and in New York about 80. f9* A New York court has lately awarded $5,000 damages against the Harlem Bailroad Company, for turning oat their horses infected with farcy and glanders, in a meadow adjoining the ¦table of plaintiff, (Willie) whereby his horses, took the disease, and many of them died. Or Austin Stowell, of North Orange, Massachusetts, the other day fired his gun into a ehestant tree to bring down some chestnuts, and the charge went into the body of a boy named Harrington, who was in the tree, hidden by the foliage. The boy was seriously injured, bot will live.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

(0* A man named Pourri was lately summoned on an English jnry, and excused himself by saying that be was a foreigner, not able to speak English, and bad to feed with his mouth five hundred young pigeons, and if he were engaged as a juryman they would die directly, as there was no other man in the country could feed them as he could. _The plea waB allowed. • —- ' •• _W Gen. Wool's patriotic letters have excited the wrath of the Copperheads, and their abuse of the brave old warrior is _usstinted. As a specimen we ctip the following brutal libel from the Buffalo Courier: "The General was always an avaricious and rapacious man, spent a large portion of his time is gambling with his brother officers, and; being as cool and skilful as the most accomplished'blackleg_, his annual winnings amounted to a large mm of-money."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

. REPRESENTATIVE. 1. Robert P. King, 13. Elias W. Hale, 2. Geo. M. Cdates, 14. Chas. H. Shnher, 3. Henry Bumm_, . 15. John Wister, 4. Wm.H. tfern, 16. D. M'Conaughy_, 5. Bartih H. Jenks, 17. David W. Wood*, 6. Chas. M. Hunk, 18. Isaac Benson, 6. Robert, Parke, , . 19. John. Patton, _l. ' Wni. Taylor, 20. Samuel'B. Dick, 8. Jno. A: Hitstandj 21. Everhard Bierer, 9. R, H_* Coryell > , 22. John P. Penney, _11. Edwd. Halliday_, 23. Ebe'zer M'Jtmkin, 12. Chas. F. Reed, 24. J. W. Blanchard. J_5*_t PRESIDENT, ABFAHAM LINCOLN, / of illinois. /for vice president, XN DBEW JOHNSON, / OF TENNESSEE. tSnian _JJUttoral _©Ufctt. SENATORIAL. MoBTOir McMichael, Philadelphia, Thomas Cunwingh am, Beaver co. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

0* The election in this State, bo far as the aggregate vote on Congressmen is concerned, cannot be decided until the entire official returns are in. There will not, probably, however, be more than fifty either way. The soldiers' vote wgive a Union majority of at least fifteen thousand—ovqt twelve thousand is already recorded. As to the Congressional delegation, sixteen Union members are _certainly elected, out. of the twenty-four, with a chance for one more. To the State Senate twenty Union members are certainly elected out of the thirty-three ; and to the House of Representatives at least sixty Union members out of the one hundred of which the House is composed. Thns the Legislature is more decidely Union than was anticipated.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

_CP» A. D. Walter, of the Army of the Potomac, writing to the New York Tribune, under date of October 15th, Bays : "A most outrageous deception IB being practised here in regard to the soldiers voting. The Copperhead Electoral ticket has been circulated among them, labeled _^ Union Soldiers Vote"—By this outrageous misnomer many who desire to' vote for Lincoln and Johnson! are deceived into voting this contemptible ticket. Officers of Copperhead proclivities help to promote the delusion, and some have actually sent; home this ticket, thinking they were voting for Lincoln and Johnson Electors." Let the soldiers be warned of this deception; Could anything be more contemptible.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 29 October 1864

9" In the evidence in regard to a bridge case a few days since, an expert testified that a measured march of men was the severest test of a bridge, and that the trotting of a horse produced ' double the vibration of a twelve or fifteen ton locomotive. ' r " . _' , ' . . _CT General Butler, becoming convinced that our negro soldiers are put to work in rebel _intrenchments, has notified the rebel authorities that, he has also put rebel officers and soldiers at work on Dutch Gap Canal. ; ' . ,

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