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

- ' ¦" • >9 _Ohambersbnrg Repository. v-Hg Mng of the return _ofthe ntik-i to "f . -M_? '101 _* ' 8aT8: "General Coach has the _^_Jpder well picketed and the fords all 1 -yBf rded > 80 that a surprise is hardly _^_pHPsible, General Couch will give timejflr _Ify notice should any threatening move-Km inent be made in this direction. wOBr' — — -ti

Publication Title: Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

13" Surgeon General King,1 of Pennsylvania, has resi g ned , and is succeeded by the former Assistant Surgeon General, Dr. Joseph A. Phillips, of _Pittaburg. Dr. King retires with the full _cbn ' fidence and "esteem-' of every member of the State Government. He will at once resume the practice of his profession at Pittsburflr _" .

Publication Title: Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

fir Major General Doubleday is trying a contractor at Washington, charge** with agreeing to furnish the rebel' government with forty millions of dollars worth of goods, the contracts for which, signed by rebel _authorities, were found upon his person. The goods were to, have been purchased in the north and run through Nassau.

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

_£_T Army pies are so terribly tongh that the soldiers call them leather pies A. poor fellow of Grtint? army, _whosa arm had just been amputated, Was being carried past a stand the other day where an old lady was Belling pies/when he raised himself up in the ambulance and cried out, "say, old lady, are those pies sewed or pegged."

Publication Title: Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

0* Mrs. Caroline M. Nixon, died in Bangor, Me., on the 20th instant. She was the divorced wife of James M. Nixon, the theatrical manager V was herself some years ago a dashing equestrian performer, and wastravelling professionally at the time of her death.

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

_fiT Thomas F. Anderson, who has held a responsible position in the Treasury Department' for nearly forty years, died suddenly on Thursday, while in the discharge of his duties. He was 72 years of age.

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

_^ — - 0" Robs _Winane, the well-known locomotive builder of Baltimore, was gored by a bull on Wednesday. The hornB of the animal entered the abdomen, inflicting injuries from which Mr. W. is not expected to recover.

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

_®" Twelve thousand Kodtacky negroes have enlisted in tbe army who are credited toother States. Eight or nine thousand are credited to that State, and fourteen to fifteen thousand able bodied negroes remain _unenlisted. ¦

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

_IBT The rebel'General _N. B. Forrest is reported by a Memphis dispatch to have died on the 22d ult. at _Oolumbus, Miss., probably from wounds received at Tupelo, as his death.is said to have been occasioned by lock jaw.

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

_agr The father of- Senator Sherman, of Ohio; and General Sherman, before Atlanta, and. the Messrs. Sherman , bankers at Des _Moines, Iowa, died in that city on Wednesday week. : ——— *» , . ¦'¦

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

_®" A false. Blondin . is in Paris, who, on a rope, at the height of the column of the .Place _Yendome_, cooks an omelet on a fire lighted by his own: hands,' and lets it down by a cord to the people below. _^ -Vi.'A • :_^O

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

. ,_fgT RoBsini has just,finished a composition in memoriam . of ._Meyerbeer. The, inspiration's said, to have .been derived from the monrnfolspeotacle of the _faaexal . ' ' • * . * '

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

The man who enlists in the Union army for three years gets in pay and bounties $1326, or $442 per year in addition "board and clothes."

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

M. t»" A son of Governor Bradford, of _^_%-Maryland, was thrown from a carriage ' ¦^ _i* Baltimore oa Friday, and was data. wrongly ini««a\ Fall of a Somnambulist.—A few weeks ago, a lad in his fourteenth jear, Johnny Rives, son of the late John O. Rives, Esq., arose from his bed in the still hours of the night, and, passing out of fai9 chamber window, fell thirty feet to the ground, without sustaining serious injury. In bis descent, be in some manner struck and broke a window of the chamber below his own. The family were thus alarmed, and when some of them descended to him, he was upou his hands and knees, endeavoring to rise, which he _immediately did with slight assistance, and then walked up to his chamber again. Dr. Wells; of 'Bladeusburg, near which place the family resides, arid Dr. Lincoln, of Washington, were promptly summoned, and as promptly congratulated tan anxious family on the providential escape of the lad from all ipjury, except some slight scratches and bruis...

Publication Title: Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

%\t foal gfarid&n. Mabiexta Cab Hours. The several pasjenger trains will leave the "Upper-Station Dtpot" as follows: Mornic_£ train, East, at ten minutes before 8; Mail train West, 11:56 ; Way train East, 1:46; _Harrisburg Accommodation train, East, 6:39 and the evening train Wtft, »t 7:02. Marietta, Saturday, August 13,1864. 0f In consequence of the illness of the publisher for the past week, our usual TijJ ._tjUs very much curtailed this week; we will try t j make it up. fgT We received, a few days _aioce_, a copy of a Cuba newspaper from Dr. John J Sowerby, who is _surgeou ou board the V.S. steamer "Merrimac," which was ia frout of Havana on the 25th ultimo. Tbe Dr. ia a short note, says: "We leave this evening in chase of tbe blockade ranoer "Matagorda," bound for Galveston, Texas. The "IJarriet Lane, " formerly U. 8. Gunboat, is at this portaad will soon leave as acoafed <_jruiaec.'V ' _$_JT John Mitchell, an _industrloas; respectable colored man, , who l...

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

PABULETT'Ei This ' PerHii_¥eir Is composed RSaiGHOTJUU. EH*M-Mf«_£-Ea.?_Sl T~kA RtTT-ETTtT?.* This CtbrUliVot_^_ia _pnmnnaorl , ot night soil and the fertilizing elements of urine combined, chemically and _mccjiojaically with other valuable _feitilizing agents and absorbents. * * in a \' -5 ,if,iMjiij_' It is reduced to a pulverized .condition, ready for immediate use, and without loss of us highly nitrogenous fertilizing properties. Its universal application fto all crops and soils, and its durability; ;au,<),ia£tiy,e qualities, are well k»oiui,,lu -be,all that agriculturists can disire. <s PaicE _$So pe_* Toil. /-_^HE "M " ICAL1 _" COMPOST. This Fertilizer \j is largely, compo*_l6r; of animal matter, such < ' aVm< _t a ' t_/ Bdne/i fisW leath_^i _iarr land wool, together.with/chemicatsiand inorganic fertilizers, which decompose the mass, and retain the0 _nitrogenous elements. _^ It'is thttrbugh-!_,>• impregnated11 with'urih_'e_; and''the- t...

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

Friends and Relatives of the brave SOL DIERS & S _AILOltS. HOLLO WOT. PHJLS & _OipTSpKT . iW._^ . -. i'W% "_^ I1 _* - ALL WHO HAVE _FRIENDS AND Relatives in,tbe Arnj&_>r Navy, &hou!d take special care, tliat they be amply supplied with these Pills and " Ointment; and where the brave Soldiers and Sailors have negiected _^ to provide themselves with them, no-better present can be _se_>'t them by their friends; They have * been'proved to be the Soldier's neyerfailing,-friend in the hour of need. ^^ Coiighs and Colds affecting _Trojt_»_j|ji Willv be_v fepeedily relieved and effectually cured by u ' sijng t hese admirable medicines, and by paying proper attention to the Directions' wh _^g h are attached to each Pot or JBox. ._^r<s, SiclgBeidtiehe and) want of Jppetit_^Iiic_^ to Soldiers f Those feelings which sojaddeaQus, usually arise from _tiouule or annoyances, obstructed _prespiraticn,"or eadug an _^ d _dbpi)king> _vhatj...

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

lifi 6mi I®W. _k:xj_^_t _k:-ki i_, 's _IBitter Wine of KUKKBL'S BETTER WINE,OF IRON. A PURE and powerful TONIC, Corrective J\ and Alterative, oi wonderful efficacy in diseases of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels. _CuTes Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints Headache, General Debility, Nervousness, Depression of _Spmts,<Cbhstipati6n, Intermittent Fever,.. Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for FooJ, _fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the _Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Difcult Breathing, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, ' Fever and Dull pains in the Head, Pain .in4 thy Side, ' ; Back; Chest and Ljimba. . ' It will cure every case of Chronic or Nervous Debility, iDiseaseii.of the_._jBadneys, .a|id; Diseases arising from a disordered Stomach, Good for Male or Female, Old oi Young. ¦ - , The moat beneficial medicine known; gives better satisfaction and cures /more diseases than anyv 6ther'preparation1 offeredto ' the'public • Prepar...

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

f^\ RAT E F U L to , the Citizens of Marietta \_JT and vicinity, for the liberal patronage heretofore extended, the undersigned respectfully solicits a continuance of tbe san_^f_^_, assuring them, that under all circumstances, no efforts, will be spaced in _renderings satisfactory equivalent for eveiy act of confidence reposed. Cloths, _Cassimeres and _VtsTiNps _^ and such other seasonable material as fashion and the market furnishes, constantly kept on hand and manufactured ' to order, promptly, and reasonably, as taste or style may suggest. ¦ ALSO,—SEAbV-KA'DE CLOTUINO, Gentlemen's Furnishing Gooods and such articles as usually belong to a Merchant Tailoring and Clothing establishment. n PORTABLE PRINTING OFFICES. For the use of Merchants, .Druggists and all:_bqsiness and _professionable men who wish to do their own printing, neatly and cheaply. Adapted to'the printing o f Handbills, Billheads, Circulars, Labels, Cards and Small, Newspapers. Full instructions accompany each ...

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

AGENC Y OF THE DUTCH EAST INDIA COFFEE COMPANY. DEPOT:—IG8 READE-ST., N. Y. Tbe above Company are kno vn all over the world as the owners of the Coffee Plantations of Java and Batavia in the Dutch East indies, and are the largest monopolizers of Coffee, on th_,e_' Gldbe. _> ' ; ' "•¦' ' . '. -. , The undersigned- (who is appointed their sole Agent in the United States and m the British Colonies) will have for sale three different kinds of COFFEE, which, for regularity of grade and cheapness of price, will defy competition. _. . , _s Our " BATAVIA COFFEE*' " never before introduced in this country, but extensivelyused in the Armies and Navies of Europe and richly valued, will be put up atpriceVto cpme within the reach of all consumers, and our EXTRA /_4Fi«will be the * Magnum BohSan Coffee of the age. . We will have, for accommodation of Grocers, Families ' and Government Contrac&rs, samples (dry, and drawn)for testing..,.. t _Orders solicited. On receipt of cash, ...

Publication Title: Mariettian
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