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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

Sermon by Rev. Henry Ward Beccner "And, behold, there was a man which had his hand withered. And they asked him, «Bying, Is it lawful to heal on the Sabbath_, days ? that they might accuse him. And he _naid unto them, What man shall there be among you, that shall have one sheep, and if it fall into a pit on the Sabbath day, will he not lay hold on it, and lift it out ? How much then is a man better than a sheep ? Wherefore it is lawful to do well on the Sabbath days. Then saith he to the man, Stretch forth thine hand. And he stretched it forth; and it was restored whole, like as the other. Then the Pharisees went out, and held a council against him, how they might, destroy Mm."—Matt, xii., 10—14. Or how much more worth to-day is a nation than a single man. Thia young: cation, planted with wonderful provii deuces, grew with celerity and vigor to I a surprising manhood; bat its right hand was withered. The right arm of lauy nation is that which holds justice ' and liberty. Both ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

P0BMBHED WBRKLY /_gy J&. & _JgaAu_*_, AT ONE DOLLAR AND A HALF A YEAR, PA YABLE IN ADVANCE. Office In «Ornll'« Row, " on Front «treet, five door* Bast of Flar> » « Hotel. Single Copies, with, or without W/_appers, FOUR CENTS. Advertising Rates: One square (10 lines, or lens) 50 cents for the first insertion and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. Professional and Business _caids, of six lines or less »t S5 per annum. Notices in the reading columns, ./ice cents a-line. Marriages and Deaths, the simple announcement, free ; but for any additional lines, five cent saline. A liberal deduction made to yearly and half yearly advertisers. Having just added a " Newbury Mouktaik Jobber Press," together with a large assortment of new Job and Card type, Cuts, Borders, &c, &c, to the Job Office of " The Mariettian," which will insure the fine and jpeedy execution of all kinds of Job & Card Feinting, from the smallest Card to the laroest Po...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

£$* A housemaid in the country, boasting of her industrious habits_, said that on a certain occasion she arose at four,; made a_^te_^put on the kettl e, prepafed _bieakfaBt, and marf<_f _aii the buds, 'before a single soul was np in tb_« _hOBBC *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

TheirvieWs ' agree. Wiiat are they ? , —I desire to state clearly an d distinctly j that, having some few days ago had a full conversation with Judge Woodward, I find that our views agree, and 1 regard his election as Governor of Pennsylvania called for by the interests of the nation.—McCle.'lan. Judge Woodward's view was that soldiers should not be permitted to vote. . Judge Woodward's "view," as avowed at the time, was that the South should be permitted to go peacea bly rather than resort to coercion. Judge Woodward has formally enunciated the "view" that "slavery is. an irxr calculable blessing 1 ; there must be a time whe. n slaveholders must fall back upon their natural rights, and employ in defence of their slave property whatever means they possess or can command." Judge Woodward announced the " view from the bench that "we must arouse ourselves, and protect the rights of the slaveholders, and add such guaranteee toi the Constitution as will " protect his property." Judge...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

\ dzn, _$ast£ ana -xubsots. On Tuesday, the day of the elections in Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania , the rebels hung out a huge placard at a point in their outer works before Richmond, inscribed, "Vote for McClellan," and fired a blank charge to call attention to it. It got attention speedily—good Union attention. A concentrated discharge of shotted guns knocked placard, breastwork, McClellan canvassers and all into flinders. A cavalry Boldier died recently at Over ton Hospital, who belonged to a Missouri regiment and had been through all the battles of the west! .After the death of the veteran it was revealed that the supposed young man was a woman. It seems . that she entered the army early in the war,,and served her time faithfully until mustered out. During all this time she was able to retain the secret of her sex. ., On last Friday morning a heavy storm of wind and rain passed over Mahanoy Gity, Schuylkill county, causing considerable damage. A new Methodist church, newly ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

fg" Solomon Sturges of Chicago, one of the wealthiest man in the West, died on Friday at the age of 69 years. In the early part of the war he gave $20,000 to equip an organization known us the "SturgeB Rifles," and his contributions in aid of the war have been exceeded by no man in the country. He leaves nine children to inherit his property, which is estimated by millions. An hour or two before his death when told he must soon die he quickly replied, "No I shan't until Richmond is taken.1 ' _®P Governor Curtin has issued a proclamation, setting apart Thursday, the 24th _inst., as a day of Thanksgiving to Almighty God, for the mercies of the past year. This is the same day as has been designated by President Lincoln as the National Thanksgiving day. fig" Orestes A. Brownson, heretofore vehemently opposing Mr. Lincoln, now declares that the choice between, the candidates of Baltimore and of Chicago is virtually a choice between Union and Disunion, hence he .goes for Mr. Lincoln. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

_gg° Several parties have been arreBted, and are now on trial before a military commission at Baltimore, upon the charge of preparing large quantities of soldiers' ballots to be used in the New York election. Seven store boxes filled with such ballots, were seized. Some of the defendants are the State agents appointed by Gov. Seymour. The developements made are quite interesting. : .»«. :— _fg* In New York on Sunday last a boy four years old, who had suffered greatly ' from toothache, was taken by his father to a dentist to have the bad teeth extracted. Two of the teeth were drawn1 without any trouble, but when the dentist proceeded to pull the third the boy was seized with convulsions * became insensible and " soon after died. Congestion of the brain, induced by fright and pain, was the cause. _jgT The aggregate Union majority in Pennsylvania, at, the October election, is. as nearly as can be ascertained in the absepce of the official vote, fifteen thousand. Sixteen Union Congr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

k PURE and powerful TONIC, Correct.e J\ and Alterative, ol wonderful efficacy _,_h diseases of the Slomach, Liver and .Bonds ' Cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints Headache, General Debility, Nervousness, Depression of Spirits, Constipation. Intermittent Fever, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Di*gust foi food. Fullness or Weight in the Stores_^ Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of th,» ' Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Difcult Breathing, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Fever and Dull pains in the Head_, Pain in the Side , Back, Cheat and Lin?bs. It will cure every case or Chronic or _Nerves Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys , and _' Diseases arising from a _disordered Stomach, Good for Male or Female, Old oi Young. The most beneficial medicine known ; giver better satisfaction and cures more disease. than any other preparation offered to the pub lie. Prepared solely by S. A. KUNKilL fc BRO., 1 ;8 Market street, Harrisburg. For sale by druggists and dealers everywhere mi &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

SUCCESSOR TO DAVID ROTH IN THE HARDWABE BUSINESS, Would take this method of informing the public that he is now _prepared to furnish anything in his line of business, such as Glass, Oils, Varnishes, Stoves, Iron, Carpenter's Tools . Hinges, Bolts, "Locks, Nails, all kinds of Building material, CoacJanaker's Goods, Cederware, Clocks, Fancy Articles in large variety, with a full assortment of shelf goods generally, which he will sell at the. lowest prices, wholesale or ret. il. Call and examir.e the stock. ¦ Ma._ietJa, March 5, 1S64. Black Hawk Iron Ore Washer. _TI_^HE undersigned having just completed new JL paterns for the' manufacture of the eele brated ; tBlack Hawk Iron Ore Washer. He has removed several objections to the old pat ern, and now feels certain of being able to wash one-third more iron ore per daj', and much- cleaner. Machines manufactured and put up anywhere desired at the shortest notice, and the working of the machine guarranteed. He can refer, by permission, to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

53? To Consumptives. Consumptive sufferers will receive a valuable prescription for the cure of Cnnsumption, Asthma, Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung affections, (free of charge) by sending their address to Rev. Edward A. Wilson, Williamsburg, Kings co. N. Y. September 24,1 S64.3m] . GEO : W. WORRALL_, SURGEON DENTIST, . Having removed to the Rooms formerly occupier by Dr. Swentzel, adjoining Spangler _^Patterson's Store, Market _itrcet, where he is now jg-rggsat prepared, to wait on all who may feel QWSgS disposed to patronize him. _^ ua:u _-r Dentistry in ail its branches carried on. Teeth inserted on the mostapproved principles of Dental science. Ail _operatione on the mouth performed in a skillful ah J workmanlike manner—on fair principles and OK VERY REASONABLE TERMS. Having determined upon a permanent lbcation at, this _plur_*, would ask a continuation of the lita? ronage heretofore extended to him, for-which he will render ' every possible satisfaction. _. 23* Ether adm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

A Great Makch.—The St. Louis I Democrat of the 18th inst. Bays : The gallant division of General Mower, which has just _jtome into this State, made one of thVhardest marches of the war. They left Brownsville, Ark., on the 17th of September, and reached Cape _Girardeauj on the 5th of October, a distance of three hundred and fifty miles*, in nineteen days. The command had just c ome off of the expedition under General Smith into Mississippi, and was ordered into Arkansas without rest. Ten days' rations was all they had for the nineteen days' march, and the last two days hundreds of men marched in their bare feet, having worn out everything in the' shape of shoe leather. But there was not a murmur in the ranks. All these patriots asked was to get in at old Pap Price's Democratic meeting. And should they be so fortunate as to succeed in this, there will be such a disturbance as will seriously trouble General Sterling, as well as General Tom Price. . •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

fg" Ex-Secretary Chase has been speaking in Kentucky. He rested the Proclamation of Emancipation upon the authority of the Constitution, in an argument made at _CoviDgtou, which was as conclusive as brief: "An old Roman maxim declares that, •The safety of the Republic is the supreme law.' There is no law—there can be no law—higher than the safety of the country. Whatever is necessary to insure the safety of the country, is sight and fit to be done, and must be done. But we are not obliged to resort to any extra constitutional views, for the Constitution provides for the case. When Congress authorized the raising and organization of armies for the suppression of the rebellion, the President, by its very terms, became Commander-in-chief. The safety of the Republic is committed to him, and it was right,—nay, more, it was his duty to overcome and destroy whatever opposed inself .to it. Under the Constitution he had the authority to proclaim freedom to the slaves, and he performed a pl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

A boy last week found a $1000 cheok and restored it to the gentleman that h&d lost it, receiving 25 cents as a compensation. Jeremiah H. Ellsworth , of Avon, Me. committed suicide a few days ago because he had made a poor trade in swapping farms. Some benevolent New Yorkers are engaged in a movement to supply, the soldiers with tobacco and pipes., A McClellan club at Hartford; Connecticut; has very appropriately taken rooms over a copper warehouse. Mrs. Maria Meek died in Reading, a few days ago , at the , advanced age of 103 years 2 months and 8 days !, _J , Appleton, the,New York • publisher, has; _impress a life of Ericsson, the worldrenowned; inventor. • .-'.-¦•• . '•.-- ' A London physician has been' arrested for locking up1 his wife'in ar cell" forc _r two _*years._s ¦•-'' ¦¦<¦ •_"¦;¦ ¦ ¦¦¦ '¦• • ¦ - ¦- • - .¦•¦i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

ft_$* A most outrageous riot occurred in Chestnut street, Philadelphia, on Saturday evening last, during a torchlight procession of a Copperhead meeting. One man was killed and a number of ladies injured. The cops made an attack upon the Union Head Quarters and with stones, bricks, &c, almost demolished the front of the building. The police made a number of arrests. Speaking of the occurrence, Forney's Press says "Mr. Samuel B. Day, who had several of his ribs broken, besides receiving other injuries, on Saturday night last, was somewhat better yesterday. He- says that he was standing amoug the spectators on the sidewalk, when bricks and brickbats were thrown from a wagon in the procession. One of the bricks struck him. Mr. Day facetiously observed, yesterday, that he went as a Democrat to look at the procession, but that blow knocked the Democracy out of him.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

FOR PRESIDENT, _~ ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. —i _:—V» ?!Enion i&UttQXzl _®Ufett. " SENATORIAL. Morton McMichael, Philadelphia, Thomas Cunningham, Beaver co. . , . REPRESENTATIVE. 1. Robert P. King, 13. Elias W. Hale, 2. _Gto. M. Coates, 14. Chas. H. _Shrtner, 3_. Henry Bumm, 15. John Wister, 4. Wm. H. Kern, 16. D. M'Conaughy, 5. Bartin H. Jenks, 17. David W. Woods, .6. Chas. M. Runk, 18. Isaac Benson, .6. Robert Parke. 19. John Patton i. Wm. Taylar 20. Samuel B.Dick, 8. Jno. A. Hiestand, 21.' Everhard Bierer, ' 9. JR. H. CoryeU, 22. John P. Penneyi _11. Edwd. Halliday, 23. Ebe'zer M'Junkin, 12. Vhas.F. Reed, • 24. J. W. Blanchard.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

MARIETTA MARBLE YARD. . Michael Gable, Agt, . , MARBLE MASON AND STONE CUTTER. Opposite the Town Hall Park, _j_^ Marietta, Pa. _j i_^ _rXMIE Marble business in all its branched, will be continued at the old place, near the TownHa ' lland opposite Funk's Cross Keys Tavern, wMre every description of marble work will be kept on hand or made to order at short notice9 and at very reasonable prices. Marietta, June 29,1861. _,49-ly INEAND LIQUORS. Superior Old Brandy, Old Rye Wbiskej> Holland Gin, Old Maderia, Lisbon, Sherry and Port Wines. • - Pittsburg Whiskey always on hand at the lowest market prices. Very Fine " Biandy _tf a very low ¦ figure.': ' - =. ; i ¦ ' ¦ I -.' J.;R,,DI_^FENBACH.jtfarfcrt-«<. __ _^ Y,ON_»S Periodical _Drops _^ and _Oark_'_s Fe * - jmale PiIIb, * at ! Hie 6o?<&n Mortar.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

They are prepared to make all kinds of 1:,.:. Castings for Rolling Mills and Blast FurriM--.-. Pipes, for Steam, Water and Gas ; Column.-. Fronts, Cellar Doois, Weights, &c for l!u.-dings, and castings of every description ; STEAM EKGINES, AND BOILERS , IN THE MDST MODERN AND _IMPROVED Manner; Pumps, Brick Presses, _Siinftir._^ur.i Pulleys, Mill Gearing, Taps, Dies, Machinery for Mining and Tanning; Brass Hea;.;_- _^, Steam & Blast Gauges, Lubricators, Oi. l a'«:, Valves for Steam, Gas, and Water: Ura~!7 tings in all their variety; Boilers, Tankw, K.i-, Heaters, Stacks, Bolts, Nuts, Vauii DjIj_, Washers, &c. BLACKSMITH1NG in GENERAL. From long experience in building machinery w flatter ourselves that we can give _geicnii _sa;.bfaction to those who may favor us with the: orders. K_3_~ Repair ing promptly attended to. Orders by mail addressed us above, will nuc' with prompt attention. Prices to »•«:' the ti;v: Z. SUPPLEE, T. R. SUPPLEK. Columbia. October 20i8...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

f£_T The Richmond Examiner of the 7th, pays the following tribute to the skill of our Yankee sharpshooters: "Conceive a line , of battle beyond a breastwork ; each man squatted completely out of sight, firing over his shoulders, while, instead of exposing his head and hands to the advancing confederates, he looks away from the enemy, and narrowly examines the> stock of his own gun. l\vo little mirrors, scientifically placed at the proper angle and attached to the stock, enable the soldier to see the sight on his barrel, and all that comes within range without exposing any part of his precious person.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

_ifoe||»wtta. F. L. _Ijaker_, Editor, MARIETTA. PA : _gf a.tiLtdai_£., _sJ_^avLem-Lzfi S, YS'dJ..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 5 November 1864

THE DR_^'fl_^^^^_pTHE DRAFT!! Who would not be out of th3 Draft? BUT that which effects us in connection with the A may, is notsths only one—rthe Draft upon the pocket these times is equally severe—consequently we purchase goods where we get them cheapest.

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