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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

Nevkr Saw a Gold Dollar.—The Ph i ladelphia _Inquirer.saystbatnot very long since a liberated convict, from the Eastern Pennsylvania Penitentiary_.went to one of the inspectors to ask for aid' . The official kindly gave him a gold dot lar. The ex-convict took it, and after gazing for some, time with: great curiosity, remarked that when he went to prison he had never heard of the existence of a coin of that denomination I Many of the prisoners after their liberation, learn for the first time of important political and social events which have made great excitement in their day, and which have entirely lost their novelty to the world at large.

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

" ' BEENNEMAN fgi To Ms MARIETTA Friends ! \ ' wL TTE has "romoved from Centre Square, to H WEST KING-ST., LANCASTER, Oppwtte Cooper's Hotel, wilere he has the finest BOOT AND SHOE STORE! Ik Lancaster City. He makes fine calfskin Boots (the best) for $4_h Calfskin Walking Shoes, $2,2o Ladies Half Gaiters, (_double soles) $2,00 Ladies Morocco Boots, (heels) *l ,> -25 He has concluded _to. _make the best work ac somewhat reduced prie*8,and hopes by sa doing to enlarge and increase his business. O» Mending of _evwy kind neatly done. Citizens qfMarUUa:— When you come to LanaaS give BRENNEMA_^ a _. 'e.11 _wd _>..« will siireiy be pleased with his work. i;-Mciul'cr lj, ISO _'i_) , _J_'u

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

PHILADELPHIA. . ?9tolr _IfeMiM _SKfaiNfaetqlrelrs. ' ' _TFALL TRADE.] TTOWELL & BOURKE, having re-moved HI to their new store, Corner of Fourth and Market, are now prepared to offer to the trade a _iarie and elegant assortment of , WALL PAPERS, Borders, Fire Screenes, Window Curtain Goods, &c, all of. the newest and best designs, from the lowest priced article to thefinest Gold and,Velvet Decorations. c 23= Purchasers will do well to visit the establishment of HOWELL & BOtJRKE, ... Northeast Corner Fourth Sr AJarket-sts., Sei'l. 2?-3;u._j Philadelphia.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

Lieb Imprisonment.—rThere are sixty four inmates in the Ohio State 'Prison, at Columbus, under sentence for life, one of whom has been confined twenty-four years, nine others more than ten years, &c. 'Of these ten are hopelessly insane, others are on the last verge of insanity and the tendency of nearly all is to monomania and despair—facts calculated to _inspirerthe belief that Ufa sentences are by no means cheerful punishments.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

A Just Law.—The last Legislature of New York passed a law that no _person having a husband, wife, child or parent shall,,by will give more than half his property to any "benevolent, cbaratable, literary, scientific, religious. or,missionary society, association or corporation, in trust or otherwise." Any gift _,of more than one-half is void as to the e'xeess ahnvft nnfi-halF. .. ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

Marriage op Mr. Guinness. —The European Times tells us that "the, Rev. Heary Gratta.n,Guinness is to be married on the 2d pi October, at Bath, to- Miss Fitzgerald, a near relation ot Lord Fitzgerald, and Vesey, and of _?the Marchioness of _Ailsa. He intendsHo complete his mission in'America, and-is to sail by the _Greart_^Easterh, on'the_^l7thofi 0ct., with his wife."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

Remedy for a.Felon.—Cut' a hole in a lemon, and1 wear it on the -fingerllke a thiHj't>te,-the felon being encased in We fruit. _Uijnecessart _ToKiejRE.— _Factffor the incredulous* The agony suffered by th_* limping pilgrim who neglected to hoil the peas he carried in his abbes as apenace, was nothing to the horrible twinge?_, the racking tortures which rheumatic patients suffer. We pity the obstinacy, or the ignorance, or the prejudice, whichever it may be, which has thus far prevented tbem from resorting to those great - specifics for rheumatism, Hpllotray's Ointment and Pills. It is _carioo_*, in a country where almost all can and do read the newspapers, that facts of the. utmost importance to the health of thousands should be overlooked or disregarded by any of the suffering class wbora they immediately concern. Yet, soat is. Almost daily we see persons moving painfully through the streets, with contracted limbs and joints render' ed rigid by disease, to whom t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

NEWS IN BRIEF. The Washington correspondent of the World says : "An agent privately sent from the South reports to the Fresideut that Alabama and Georgia will certainly secede in forty days after Lincoln's election. Confidential friends of the President assert that 'in'that case- he will remain inactive, and permit the thing to go on. The Richmond Enquirer. to day exhorts "Virginia to go with.tbe South, and thus present a solid front. It is for disunion, without _jwjutjng_^ for _^ an overt act, and says, 'if that be treason, make the most of it.1 " ' A party of Albany boys went out after chestnuts on Sunday, and one of 'them, James Gr ant, fall from a tree, striking his head, and was picked up almost insensible. .As he recovered his senses, he seemed to be bewildered, and as his companions could not prevail on him to go with them, they were obliged to return without him. They at once informed his parents, who proceeded tp the spot, but he was gone, and has not since been see...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

Fever akd Ague : A case of eight months1 Standing cured by Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. Michael Kelly, No. 117 Sevent i, near Gram, says: " Last July, whUe ninniDg on the river, on a cotton-boat plying between Nachezand New Orleans, I was taken with Fever and Ague.— For eight long months I suffered with this disease. The greater part of this time I was unable lo work, and spent at least fifty dollars for different medicines, but found no permanent relief. Three weeks ago, one of my friends insisted upon my trying Bcerhave' s Holand Bitters, saying that a, cure was guaranted. Alter taking it for one week, I must state, I was a sound man. I have been at work now for two weeks, and have had no returns ofthe Chills and Fever whatever." I certify that the above statement is true. Thomas Adams, Diamond House, or at R. _Chestes's Gothic HaB. Koilowat_' s Pills.—The turn of life—From the age of forty-five to fifty, woman has arrived at a critical period of her existance : the stream of d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

rpilK ONLY PREPARATION' J_ Having proofs so strong and direa a-> --, EXPEL THE DOUBTS OF ML. For Statesmen, Judges Editors, l'hy_._rajn ofthe oldest schools as well as new, _£• .;¦ _<. .. their unqualified sanction, and recomni<_-;i ' . ;r for all cases of eruptions, and diseases of ;;,o scalp and brain ; but all who have _usH ,, unite, in testily ing that it will preserve the h,.r from being gray, and from falling to any - _^,} as well as restore. Read the following :_ Oak Grove, S. C, June 24th, _isos). Prof. O. J. Wood : Dear Sir:—Your Hair Restorative is rapidly gaining _popularity in ti_;_s community. I have had _occasion to lay p:, ;. dice aside, andgive your Hair Restorative a perfect test:— 154 unfortunate During the year S, I was so as to be thrown my sulky against a rock nr;ir the roadside, from which, jny head receivtja most teirible blow; causing a great deal of ir. rita.ionwhich communicated to the brain an 1 external surface of the head, from t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

Pennsylvania Election—OFFICIAL. j Counties. Cdrtin. Fostkr. ; Adams, 2,773 2,849 Allegheny, 15,879 9,190 Armstrong. 3,474 2,698 Beaver, 2,682 1,715 Bedford, 2,464 2,561 Berks, 0,833 10,318 Blair, 3,05 L 2,172 Bradford, 6,664 2,328 Bucks, 6,383 6,330 Butler, 3,526 2,548 Cambria, . ¦ 2,177 " 2,583" Carbon, • 1,722 1,930 Cameron, [Established I860.] Centre, 3,165 2,824 5913 Cnester, 7,540 , Clarion, 1,795 2,297 Clearfield, 1,755 2,040 Clinton, 1,750 _U03 Columbia, 1,848 2 _.5S6 Crawford, 5,277 3,178 Cumberland, 3,625 3,716 Dauphin,, 4,555 3,302 Delaware, 3,183 1,996 Elk, 421 633 Brie, 5.613 2,469 Fayette, 3,382 3,556 Franklin, 4,053 3,379 Fulton, . 828 ' 957 Forest, 129 69 Greene, 1,529 2,669 Huntingdon, 3,070 2,114 Indiana 3,672 1,886 , Jefferson, 1,886 1,493 Juniata, . 1,503 1,465 Lancaster, . 13,012 7,153 Lawrence, 2,645 959 Lebanon, 3,847 2,234 Lehigh, 4,166 4,566 Luzerne, 6,662 6,916 Lycoraing, - 3,615 3,034 M cKean, 1,048 706 Mercer, 3,624 2,794 Mifflin, , 1723 1.490 Monroe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

odfKfA- cocrestpondent of the World has thJ&_.st_. F _. aqg_^Eumo.r; "Senator Hunter is _wid^>>_bft,th_0iman_\ to whom will be ten-<^ere4, _thp!fir8t place/in Lincoln'_s cabinet, «j.acJtira_* Step, .toward conciliating the SouJ.h,, _JPhe rumor) though absurd, is \fj_$e)y _prevalent ;»«but his friends asseverate _$haj_( he cannot accept the place on anyiC_,ondj,tio.n8} e._Venaf there be any truth in;the;i pr,opQ8. 6d tender. > This may be <y_^_3_«_£ftd __ QQonting chickens before they are _hatched" , _jgp. 'flho wife of brieof the reporters of _\he_^N ewHr«_orktBeTral d !bn Saturday last TisdtedtheJroomsof A_^ahIsaacs _Meoken Heenan, andiadministered qoite a severe shipping. . _Shfralleges that her has band _^nd _AflaLr badi _besea too intimate, but Adah' -Says she; invited_^ the reporter to heriioomaforstheparpose of taking down b, er_^U>tement of the matter of her tnarlio _gjBriWitiisKeeTian. i 4|-oi_#«_fcu _= _h*?-_* * ¦¦ • ¦ •...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

j#j^~ Edgar.A. Poe!s character forms 'he theme o& an_<article by Dr. Mendesley_.an English physician, in the Journal of Medical Sciences. The writer ppceeds to show why Poe's sins were partly forced upon him by temperament inherited from bis parents—one an actress of brilliancy, beauty, and passion, and the other. an English law student equally passionate and feckless, who had sacrificed his hopes of "respectabilit.y" by indulging in matrimony with 'the said actress. _Hg°Dr. Arnold, when at Laleham, once lost all patience with.a dull scholar; when the pupil looked up in his face and said: ..*' Why ; do you speak angry, sir ?—Indeed l:am doing the best I _cao.'1 — Years after the doctor used to tell the story to his own children, and say : "I never, felt so .' ashamed of myself in my life. That look and that speech 1 have never forgotten." , • - _^"Fowler, the New York postpffice defaulter, is going to Mesico to superintend the working of a gold mine.— These larg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

_JH\ Slruooo's Gonceotfttfed _fyftiedie_*. FOR DELICATE DISEASES. NO. 1. The Great Reviver.— Speedily eradicates all the evil eifectB of self a use, as loss of memory, shortness_,df,breath, giddiness, palpitation of the heart, dimness of vision, or any constitutional- derangement of the system brought on by the unrestrained indulgence of the passions. Acts alike on either sex. Price one;dollar. No. 2. The Balm.—Will cure in from two to eight days, any case of G _'onorrhoea,(clap)_id without taste or smell and requires no restrictian of action or diet; for either sex; price $ I. NO. 3. The Tereb will cure Gleet in the shortest possible time, and I can show certifi cates of cures effected by this remedy, wher all others have failed. No taste or smell. — Price one dollar. NO. 4. The Puniter is the only known iemedy that will positively cure strictures of the urethrano matter of how long standing or neglected the case may be. Price one dollar. NO. 5. The Solutor will cure any case o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

Gov. Packer vs. the Wide Awakes.— The Telegraph of Saturday attempted to convey the impression abroad that (iov. Packer intends "to-prevent" the inauguration of Mr. Curtin by the "Wide Awakes." This is simply ridiculous, and we know that no such idea ever entered into Gov. P.'s mind or any one else's, save perhaps in the noddle of some astute Wide Awake.—Patriot and Union. Our neighbor is "slightnally" mistaken. Governor Packer, while in our sanctum a few days ago, distinctly and emphati cally asserted that if the Wide-Awakes persisted in inaugurating Colonel Curtin, he would call out the military ofthe State ! "Simply ridiculous" as the "idea" is, it not only "entered the Governor's mind," but was expressed by him, in unmistakable language, in presence of two gentlemen in this office. So far as the inauguration parade is concerned, Governor Packer has nothing to do with it, the movement being a voluntary one on the part of the people; and the Republican Wide-Awakes will fix up ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

How the Royal Pabty koi>l Ten-pixs. —A correspondent of one of the New York papers, writing from West Point, says : "The royal party roll very badly. Any of our New _Yorkers could beat the whole string* and not half try. A "ten strike" is a matter of congratulation with the whole party, all clapping their hands, and saying "good." Eliot, rolling a slow, large ball, makes the most hits. St. Germans rolls with a theatrical air, remaining in position till his ball stops, or is stopped'by the boys, the latter happening more frequently. Newcastle's balls are like himself, slow and strong, sure to do execution somewhere, either among the, pins or the boys. Teasdale not onlv takes off his coat like the rest, but bares his arm, but don't bit the pins any the better for this display of muscle. Dr. Ackland says that he rolls for exeroise,r _andit is likely that he does, for he certainly don ? t roll to hit or to win.— The ' Prince takes the small_! or pony balls, and misses very ac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

_l\)i _Hwcjisfel_* _Gfwp _£ooi_( Stolre, North Queen Street, near the Examiner & Herald Office. — '¦ b THE Proprietor of The Lancaster Cheap BOOK STORE li:is-availcd himselt of the opportunity to purchase a large stock of the most varied assortment of valuable books of every class and description. He now offers to the public the same at pfoportionably ana unusually low rate's. Those in want of valuable standard works, for the improving of a well selected library, will find it to their great advantage to call and examine the extensive stock on hand. My object and wish is, as it always was, to supply the wants of the community with anything in my line on the most reasonable terms possible. This we find ' the.b 'etter and most advantageous course for all parties. . The _Political Economist tells us" cheaper an article is, the more it can and will be used. " Then the conclusion is, that when we buy cheap; we must sell cheap, simply allowing ourselves a reasonable profit. SUN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

November Court Proclamation. WHEREAS the Honorable Henry f,. Long, President, Hon. A. L. Hayes and Ferreeiirinton, Esq., Ass. Judges ofthe Court of Common Pleas, in and for (he _County of Lancaster, and Assistant Justices ofthe Court of OyerS: Termincr and General Jail Deliver}' and Quarter Sessions ofthe Peace, in and for the County of Lancaster, have issued their Precept to me directed, requiring me, among other _tiling, m make Public Proclamation _throughout my Bailiwick, that a Court of Oyer and T-rminer and General Jail Delivery ; Also, a Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace and Jail Delivery, will commence at the Court House, in the City of Lancaster, in the Commonwealth of Peans3- lvania, on the Third Moxday in November, _IS60: In pursuance of which precept Public Notice is Hereby Given to the Mayor and Alderman of the City of Lancaster_^ in said county, und all the Justices of the Peace, the Coroner, and Constables of the said city and county oi Lancaster, that they !»...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

Original Letter from Abraham Lincoln.—The following letter was written by Hon. Abraham Lincoln, the Republican _candidate for the Presidency, to John M. Carson, Esq., chairman of the Committee of* Lectures of the Harrison Literary Institute Philadelphia. It is dated two months previous to the meeting ofthe Chicago Convention, and may be considered a curiosity in political literature. The italics are the. .composi tors : Springfield, Illinois, April 7, I860. * John " W._^ Ca " rson, * "Esq,.— _^ Dear Sir ' :— Yours of March 14th, addressed to me at Chicago, and seeking to arrange with meto lecture for the H-arrison Literary Institute, has been received, I regret to say I cannot make such an arrangement. I am not a professional lecturer —-hayeI neyer,,go;t1 up bat..o.n.e lecture, and that, I think, rather a poor one. Besides, what time I can spare from my own business this season, I shall be compelled to give to politics. . Respectfully yours, A. Lincoln.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 27 October 1860

¦ Gone Home;—The royal journey is at an end, so far as America is concerned. The Prince and his suite having been feted and lionized at Boston in the most classical and Athenian manner, left that city on Saturday forenoon, and proceeded to P. ortland amid enthusiastic cheers from the citizens, and accompanied by Governor Batiks and other distinguished gentleman] for Portland, where he was received by the Governor of Maine, the Mayor of Portland; a respectable body of military, and the' entire population.— He'was escorted; through the _^streets of the city, and-finally embarked on board the British war steamer Hero. The cannon of the war ships and the batteries thundered, tftfe bands played the national airs of Britain ind America; the vast concourse of people shouted their adieus, and the royal squadron sailed for England.

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