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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

How to Make Sugar Icing for Cakes. —Beat one pound of refined sugar and one ounce of fine starch, or arrowroot; sift it together through a fine sieve. — Then beat the whites of two full sized eggs, or three small ones, till they are perfectly fluid. Beat in the sagar a little at a time, and when it is all thus put in, pound it well together for some time. Then spread it evenly over your cake with a broad fiat knife. If you put it on the moment the cake comes out of the oven, it will generally harden by the time the cake is cool. If you wish to ice a cake already baked, it must be placed for .a short time in the oven_^ For buns, the tops of pies, tarts, &c, it will be sufficient to besmear them with beaten white of egg, and sift a little finely powdered sugar over them.

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

A Tough Mbal.—During the building of the new State House, at Columbus, S. C, General Jones had the letting of the various contracts for the building, and among the rest was one for heating the building. Almost the first applicant after it was known, was an old gentleman, a thorough-bred Engliaher, who addressed the General, while he was somewhat busily engaged with some arehitects as follows: "General, I hunderstand you 'aye the letting hof the contract for 'eating the State 'Ouse, and I desire to get the job." The General_^pointing to the building) answered, blandly, as follows : "There is what is done, and you can eat just as much as you want of it." The old gentleman never began the job.

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

Got Cheated.—The Aroostook Herald says : We heard a conversation the other day between a Breckinridge man and an old Democrat, who avowed his intention of voting for Lincoln. "I've always been a Democat, and I've been reading and studying, and I have come to the conclusion that the Democratic party do'nt stand where it did 1850, and I'm going to vote for 'Honest Old Abe. '" " Yes, and ,get cheated," says the TTnnkfir. '? Well," coolly replied the other, " I voted for Pierce and for Buchanan, and got cheated both times, and I do'nt feel like being humbugged the third time.— I had as lief be cheated once by the Republicans, as all the time by the Democrats:"

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

. GB" The late _jUhief _Ju&tice _^ _Marshall, while riding one morning*to .._ppjHrtfc his horse fell and broke a shaft _s Hetwas puzzled what to do. Tom *, a?neighboring negro wagoner, happening to drive up,1 he asked him if he coutiK h$ip him out of his difficulty. " Ob, y&, _jnfessa, if you'll lend me your knife." 'Torn took the knife and cut a sapling «adia gibpe vine from a neighboring thicket, with which he speedily spliced op thettrpken shaft. " Now, tV>in? " said the/ judge " why did_*nli I think of that?" *?O ' h, mas-8a," replied Tojpa," _jott_ know Vat some people will hab more spwqs&n' t$fers." fj_^ G_^fl\^^VB [0u\j_^9_^j_^.i_^ has left Nice, rattier "Wfta become the. snbjecfc of th_«_s Emperor Napoleon.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

Death of two Brothers at the Sami Time.—Morris Holstead, the youngest son of the late John P. Holstead, of Vienna, died in that town last Wednesday, aged 22 years. A few ; hours after his death, news were received by the relatives of the deceased, that his eldest brother, Nelson- Holstead, died a few hours previous, at his residence in Mad/ ison county, near New Boston. NelsoJn H. was some 51 years of age. The remains were brought to "Vienna for intftrment, and the.funeral of both took place at McConnelsville, Friday, at 2 P. ft., and was largely attended. It was a solemn and impressive scene.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

PLTJMB & DYER, ' Fashionable Tailors & Dmpers, .Opposite A. CasseVs store, Market street, MARIETTA, PA. _fTI HE undersigned having associated them-I solves into a co-partnership, would hereby inform their old patrons and the pubic _^_flfl generallythat they will continue the _Kfc Fashionable Tailoring Business illlr at the old stand adjoining Dr. Hinkle's Drug Store, Market street. Having a fine stock ol Giofte, _GassiWw &_3)6_siiijfl3, which they will dispose of and " make up " on reasonable terms. Being determined to give satisfaction, they would respectfully ask a continuation of pastffavors. CJiristian Plumb, Nathan Dyer. W tutting done at short notice. Marietta, Sep. 10, 13v9.-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

Fatal Influence.—The wife of the Austrian General Enyatten, who committed suicide upon the discovery pf his gigantic frauds during the late Italian war, was lately sentenced to three years hard labor, her extravagent habits having encouraged her husband in his acts of depredation. In consideration of her children, her sentence was commuted to .three months, imprisonment, and the baroness is now serving out her<imprisonment.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

Perfumery in Church.—A lady writes: "I am sorry to be obliged to appeal to the power of the press for the correction ot an evil so small, in the eyes—and in the noses, too, of some—as 'church perfumery.' But really; Mr. Editor, it makes me sick—it upsets my brain and nervous system too—I shall have to quit my pew. Do speak to the ladies oil this subject before next Sunday; remind them, and some of the beaux, too; that of all smells no smell is the best smell. " To Clean French Kid _Glovrs.—Put the gloves on your hand and wash them, as if you were washing jottt hands, in some spirits of turpentine, until quite clean; then hang them up in a warm place, or wher,e there is a current of air, and all smell of the turpentine will be removed. Or else wash them with soap and water, then stretch them on wooden hands, or pull them into shape without wringing them; next rub them with pipe clay, or yellow ochre, or a mixture of the two in any required shade, made into paste with beer; le...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

JOB PRINTIJN C_* Having very recently added a large and fashionable assortment of Types and Printing mar terials, which will enable us to do all kinds of n&m km farcy _phihtxhs, Such as Cards, Ball Tickets, Circulars, Programmes, Blanks, Handbills, Fosters, Sale Sills, See. Everything in the Job _Pbintin' g line neatly and cheaply executed and at short notice. FRED'K.jL.-BAKER, "2'Ae Weekly MaricMan " Office.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

, _g_^Mrs. Hoey, the leading actress at Wallack's theatre, New York, after riding home on Friday night, left a jewel case, containing $1500 worth of articles, in the carriage. The driver and his friends got merry and distributed the jewelry among their female relatives, b ut on Saturday were compelled to restore it, and were locked up for theft.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

A few weeks ago a highly _respected citizen of Sussex county, N. J. was arrested for an assault committed on a neighbor. The grand jury found a bill against him for an assault with an intent to kill, which so affected him, when he f was informed of it, that he blew out his ! hrains.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

NEWS IN BRIEF After a tight-rope-walking exhibition in New Haven, Conn., a few days since, the rope was slackened to a short distance from the ground, and then suddenly tightened, throwing two boys, who had "carelessly been allowed to catch hold of it, some thirty feet into the air, breaking an arm for one and a leg for tha other. A number of leading citizens of Boston, including G-ov. Banks, Mayor Lincoln, Chief Justice Shaw, and Mr. Everett, have invited Mr. Ralph Farnham of Action, Me,, the sole surviver of the Battle of Bunker Hill, to visit Boston. Mr. Stevens has offered the free use of apartments at the Revere House. Several thousand Polish Jews have recently passed through Hosen on their way to the United State.%. via Berlin and Hamburg. The German papers say that such an exodus of the children of Israel has not been witnessed since that out of Egypt. The Great Eastern, it is expected, will leave England for New York in October, and will thence go to Norfolk, Ya., fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

' , . : \ \£ ±A '_$h'iinraBiJirv*3_ttL_' ~_trv_*xv*' ' "1 . MANUFACTURER, _S.RKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN. Jould most respectfully inform the citizens f this Borough and neighborhood that he has \e largest assortment of City madfe work m b.-lioe of business in thta toug h, _«ndbciea practical BOOT AND SHOE MAKER imself_. is enabled to select with more _tudgment iau those who are not. He continues to mankacture in the very best mannc_^evcrytliing Hie HOOT AND SHOE'LINE, which he iUl warrant foi neatness and good tit. i ' 53-Call and c»mine his stock before pur- I _jhasitiig elsewhew. ' HLOCKS, WATCHESSfC, _tfC. £5? Pi The undersigned would take this jgiy_^L _method of informing the public that hejkt._jg I still engasreu' in the Jewelry business, 111 / tdrket street, next door to Jas. M. Anderson_'st i jnftctionnry, were everything in his line vc jW I c>v_»cfuHv and promptly attended to at vffl_» < -irta**-—xima Jh_^ _celQ _» _\i>»'~ ' j_£ j ~V7~ORK COUNTY" HILL ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

'j§JT iA. son of Abraham _Lincdln reeen-t-•tjwfcp_'erit a few days at the White Moant-¦*atns; in New' Hampshire; While _Ifiere, a "Very 'enthusiastic 'demonstration was inade, giviDg him a reception as the '?«PTince of Bails." A procession was fdrmed .to escort the " Prince," and speeches were made, to which ho made *a hippy reply. > •/¦»•(«• _. -??—: (9* James Buchanan announces his intention, in a lette? to the publishers ofiheNew York _ledger, to become a _^contributer to that "riamby pamby " hebdbtnirial, as soon as his official rule in Washington ceases. This is indeed a ffttiiiif end to a fruitless career. _j . j,. -1.. ?» _igf A patent of one hundred and twenty fic?es of land has just been issued from fhe land office to -Abraham Lincoln, the Kepiiblican candidate for President, as _oaptainvin the Illinois militia during the Black Hawk war. :»*¦ • '? • '' ' ': *r ' ^^ griHbn. -Son-lei in a recent fepVedhy derelftres that Mr. Douglas occupied the same gjound in reg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

%. _Aforoiifli) _Iwfof io _Gglifohiisi J C. S. COLBERT & CO'S Fifth Grand Quarterly Distribution Of 100,000 Articles, worth 8300,000/ W HICH will be sold for $100,000, to the purchasers of our Golden Pens at 30cts. per Box. Our Golden Pen is the best ever used, and is warranted not to corrode ia any ink.— Every business man and family should use the (ioldcn Pen. The fallowing list of 100,000 articles will br distributed among our patrons at $100 each, and need not be paid for until we inform the purchaser which of the following articles we will sell him for $1.00 and then it is optional whether he scuds the dollar and lakes the goods or not. All Goods can be returned at our expense within ten days after the Purchaser received them, unless they are satisfactory, and the money will be refunded. List of Goods Included in the Distribution. f ?" ' ~ |.c "I£ »t id J- sr re J. Pianos, Hold Hunting Cased Watches, Gold WatchesLadies' Silver WatchesGuard. Vest and _Chatelnin C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

Lancaster County Irue to Herself. —Curtin's majority 5,835 and the whole regular ticket, without an exception elected. The following are the majontie5 for Governor in the county, carefully corrected by the latest returns from the several districts. It is believed that the official count will not materially vary from these figures. Districts. Majorities for Curtin. Adamstown_, 27 Bart, ' 6 Brecknock,. 41 Carnarvon, . ... CO Clay, 183 Cocalico East, 35 Cocalico West, 56 Columbia, 53 Conestoga, 243 Conoy, 140 Drumore, 71 Earl, . 171 Earl East, 153 Earl West, ' 172 Eden, 2G Elizabethtown, 165 Elizabeth twp., 109 Ephrata, 217 Fulton, • 84 Hempfield West, 410 Indiantown, 191 Lampeter West, 196 Lam peter East, 186 Lancaster twp., 42 Leacock, 102 Leacock Upper, 110 Litiz,; , , 200 Little Britain, . 109 Miinheim bor., 183 Marietta, 172 Martic, 133 Maytown, 25 Millerstown, ' 192 Mount Joy, ¦ 403 Neffsville, ¦ 152 Paradise, 94 Pehn, 91 Peqnea," 128 Providence, 129 Petersburg, 148 Rqhrers...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

' P E_*N NSTLYAN I A _^ Sl_^o_*i#xi. Mill Great Triumph of the _3?eoples? o [Party Be " did _^_eusfoV _^li()_e; _teke! CTJRTIN ELECTED BY NEARLY 3O,OOO_u M:AJ0RITY An Avalanche of Republican Victories ! Both Branches of the -Legislature Largely Republican, thus filling Bigleb's ¦ place in the United States Senate with , a ST. A.TJNQH REPUBLICAN!! 52 0';i _ofM _&#ess»_w 'SeeM A large Republican majority in both both branches of the State Legislature. AH the candidates upon the Democratic city ticket in Philadelphia were defeated by majorities ranging from 1,500 to 2,000. The next State Senate will stand 24 Republicans to 9 Democrats. The Philadelphia delegation in the lower House will stand 9 Republicans to 8 Democrats. The Press still claims the election of Lehman (Douglas) from the 1st congressional district, by 100 majority. The Republicans, however, insist that the official returns can only decide the matter. The vote pollecl in Philadelphia is about 80,000—of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

PUBLIC SALE OF VERY DESIRABLE ROROmu _PROPERTY! T HE undersigned executor of the will of Ann- _Whitehill, late of the Uonu-h of Marietta dee'd, will offer at public sale at the Donegal House, on SatuidayXovemL-er 3i , lSijO , the _following property, t,_i wit: No. 1. Being the undivided half of Lot NY>. 47 situate along _Hijh srreet, in that part of Marietta Borou?!] laid out by James _Andcrsnn. containing in front Forty-eight feet (more 0.-less) and extending in depth 206 feet. f The Improvements are a large Twostory Frame DWELLING HOUSE, A Lar<>-e Stable, Sac, in good order, _adjoining on the ° East the property of Nicholas Chapman, and an Alley on the West. Also, the I.i_/C Estate of Joseph McDowell in the remaining one half. No. 2. _Being the undivided half of parts of Three Lots of Ground, Nos. 66, 67, and •;•> , situate in that part of the Borough laid out >y Henry Share, containing front about 100 iVut and in depth ° -7 feet, (more or less...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

. Four Yeaks Ago. —We are _wyitiBg at _midnight, while the shouts oF i>lm_> ttiumphai\t'LincoliMnen.aire,8ouadingthPO»gb o_.ur streets;.and>tihe. _stpains of their vi-e <toricms ._ffluaie are heard on every hand. Jt_^egallft_^_WS the ._scenes which took place just four years ago, when-the DemocraticfStHte ticket, pledged to the principle of non-intervention with slavery in the Territories) had succeeded_. Why Ihis change I Why is it that the old Democratic State of Pennsylvania Has bees swept from its inooriugs ? Wblo is responsible ? The answer will rise to _tbe lips from the heart of every ' old fashioned Democrat—James Buchan an. FaRhl'ess, first to his friends, and next to his principles : and because the people would not assist him in his assaults upon bothy he has turned upon them, and theyrin their good time,have turned'apon him. Let future Presidents take warning by the example.—Forney's

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 13 October 1860

_^"Postmaster Fowler, says the Mercury, (Charleston,) is still in,Havana.— He has just recovered from a sovere attack of the yellow fever. On the 15th of October, Mr. Fowler will leave Cuba for Mexico. Through the kindness of some of his many friends, he will go where a-very lucrative situation will be given to him,, He is to have the general superintendence of a gold mine, which is being, successfully worked. It is owned by some ..of, our ..millionaires and is confidently stated that, with even ordinary luck, m,pney ejipugb,, can be made by_. Fowler to enable him to return home very soon, and save his bondsmen in a very short time."

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