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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

For t7ie Mariettian._i WOMEN AND POLITICS. When Napoleon, the Great, attempted to crush Madame De Stael with the remark that women should not meddle with affairs of government, she returned the unanswerable reply, that as women were governed and punished by the laws, it was natural that they should desire to know something about them. Whether the imitators of his-tyranny, who, having no. power to silence by imprisonment and banishment, attempt it by sneers and abuse against "female . politicians"— whether such would be satisfied with her answer or not, it is certain that mothers who felt. no interest in their nation's prosperty—who knew and manifested no love of its liberties—would be unfit to train and educate the rising generation to be citizens of a free country, and. the depositories of the freedom and intelligence of future generations. Such women, whether as sisters, wives, or mothers, could never imbue the hearts of youth, nor stimulate the efforts of young men, with that...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

_fTAAKES this means of informing the citizens \_ of Marietta and vicinity, that he is now prepared to furnish anything in his line of businessconsisting in partof Table Cutlery of all kinds-, Building a ri d Housekeeping Hardware, in all styles, Cutlery, Tools, Paints * Oils, Glass, Varnishes, Cedarware, Tubs, Buckets, Churns, KnivesForks, Spoons, Shovels, PokersTongs, Candlesticks, PansWaiters, Copper and Brass KettlesDoor, De&k, Pad and all other kinfl of Locks, Nails, Spikes and in fact everything usually kept in a well regulatedHardware establishment. DAVID ROTH, Market Street, Marietta, Pa. July 21, 1860. To Persons Out of Employment. _agkSts _^ wanted, In every County of the United States_^ fT\o engage in the sale of some of the best and X most elegantly illustrated Works published. Our publications are of the most interesting character, adapted to the wants of the Farmer, Mechanic and Merchant; they are published in the best style and bound in the most substantial...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

_^_ormigj} _# _(_fairfjr (liars BOROUGH. Chief Btirgess, Samuel D. Miller, Assistant Burgess, Peter Baker, Town CouncilBarr Spangler, (President) John Crull_, Thomas Stence, Ed. P. Trainer, Henry S. Libhart. Town ClerkTlieo: I-Iicstand. TreasurerJohn Auxer. Assessor of Taxes, William Child, Jun., Collector of Taxes, Frederick L. Baker. Justice of the Peace, Emanuel D. Roath. High ConstableAbsalem Emswiler., Assistant Constable, Franklin K. Mosey. llegulators, John H. Goodman,Ei D. Roath. SupervisorSamuel Hippie, Sen. School Directors, John Jay Libhart, President, E. D. Roath, Treasurer, C. A. Schaffner, Secretary, John K. Fidler,, Aaron B. Grosh, Jonathan M. Larzelere. Post Office Hours _i The Post Office will be open from 7 o ' clock in the morning until 8 in the evening. Chas. Kelly; Postmaster. The Eastern mails will close at 7 a. m. and 4.15 p. m., and return at 11.21 o' «loek, a. m.; and at 6 28 p. m. The Western mails will close at 10.50 a. m.3 and arrive at 4.56 p. m. R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

XVSSOLUTIQN OF COPARTNERSHIP. Yj —The partnership heretofore existing between Geo. Killing and Wm. Kutledge trading as K illing & Rutledge has this day been dissolved by mutual consent, all business matters relating to the late Firm will be settled by S WILLIAM RUTLEDGE. Marietta, August 29th I860. j _T\ A General Assortment of all kinds of f_¥_* Building HardwareLocks _MS/'Hinees, Screws, Bolts, Cellar Grates, Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, very cheap_, i-aims, _v > . STERRETT & CO. _^_etSt_^ ~ _Tt NEW BRASS <feJBSSffS _y ^* \ ; LOCK S—Good Time •^_jgjg_^_Sgl_^l_^Keepers , for One Dollar. Clocks, -Watches and Jewelry _^refully repaired ana charges moderate, at WOLFE'S. _xinp. SALE. Eight or ten Barrels pure Ci P der V i n e g a ralso a lot of second hand _#oves which can be seenby calling; upon _^ the subscriber. GEO. H. ETTLAU$T RECEIVED at Anderson' s Confec tionary and Variety Store, in Market-st., a fine assortment of children' s gigs,, baskets...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

LINES On the Departure of the Prince of Wales, from America. I. Victoria, Queen, Wife, and Mother, Homeward bound is thy son on the sea, May the fleet of thy realm, bear our Guesi safely over, And God's blessing be on him and thee. II. Albert Edward,—Did thy name on all lips And our homage of peace, flush thy face 1 ' Twas the home vein of Virtue that ever doth sit Round thy Mother, with right royal grace. III. Prince of Wales,—Ich Dien,—I serve, Did thy step on Columbia' s soil Touch thy soul's native freedom, and nerve Thy young gentle heart for its toil ? IV. Englands scion, and hope,—Englands pride. and her power, May thy ways be the paths of pure truth, And love for thy Mother, a tower 0/ might, and God's strength to the youth. V. Victoria, Queen, Wife , and Mother, Thy dear son may God save to thee, America greets as none other Thy heart, and thy hand o ' er the sea. M. B. Marietta, Oct. 27, 1860.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

A Novel Deer Hunt.—A_^few mornings since, whilst the east-bound express' train on the Great Western road was nearing State Line City, a large deer sprang on the road af_^_vy rods in advance of the iron-horse, and went dashing down the track with a Telocity which, bid fair at that time to outstrip the train. The engineer observed that his deership die* played a desire for a race, and immediately increased the steam on the engine, which, in a very short time, placed the pilot in close proximity to the' rear of the almost flying .animal. But he yet insisted upon keepkgithe track. In amoment ,or twq,; however, the cowcatcher struck him with _Such la force thai elevated him-to a height on the level with the smokestack, striking (the top of which h© fell upon thesheadlight, which was broken ofl> and dashed to pieces by the concussion.. The train was stopped and the object of the; chase taken 6b board, life' less. He was a »hnge 1 fellow* weighing one hundred and ninetyvpounds, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

_®Jj c _SlctMjI _Sfe_^ttimt IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY ,BY < 3 :t-acLcfiLck. ££. J_^al_^_g. _, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. PUBLICATION OFFICE in the second story of Ckull_' s Row, on Front Street, five dooii_. East of Mrs. Flury's Hotel} Marietta, Lancaster CountyPenn ' a. If subscriptions be not paid within six months, $1.25 will be charged, and if delayed until the expiration of the year, $1.50 will be charged. Any person sending us five new subscribers shall have a sixth copy for his trouble. No subscription received for a less period than six monthsand no paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid" unless at the option of the publisher. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expiration of the term subscribed for, will be considered a new engagement. \ Advertising Rates : One square (12 lines, or less) 50 cents for the first insertion and 25 cents for eacli subsequent insertion. Professional and Business cardsof six lines or l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

^•JPhe tParis correspondent ahe London -Times 'alludes to the constant fear of his life in which the Emperor of* the (French lives, of the1 Carbonari. Doting his late trip to his new dominions every care was1 taken to get suspicious characters but 'of the way. One very curious means of ensuring his safety wtis resorted to; it" was that of' forcing tfie owners of houses within a certain distance of the imperial residence _^ %_/o give* up the keys of_^^ their celiars,to_>he police, These individuals were forc _. ed _* during the whole visit and for some days before to ask for their keys _ev _._ery time, _jfoey heeded a Bottle of wine; and on such occasions a policeman w.as sent with them1 to fetch it. A certain house in the .Place _Victoirei in Nice _> was emptied of all its inhabitants whilst the imperial viait .lasted nobody knew for precisely what reason; butvthe proprietors,for vacating it, received from the authorities the sum of 60,000 francs ; the house, it is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

SUPPLE E & BRO., m A Irow and Brass Founders, M tX AND GENERAL MA CHINISTS, _Ift§| Second Street, below Union, n«|] Columbia, pa., gray) They are prepared to make all kinds or Iron Castings for Rolling Mills and Blast Furnaces, Pipes, for Steam, Water and Gas; Columns, Fronts Cellar Doors. Weights&c_, for Buildings, and castings of every description ; steam engines, o t boms, IN WiJS MOST MODERN AND IMPROVED i Manner ; Pumps, Brick Presses, Shafting and PuK Mill Gearing, Taps, Dies, Machinery fo Mining and Tanning; Brass -Bearings, Steam and Blast Gauges, Lubricators, Oil Cocks, Valves for Steam, Gasand Water; Brass Fittings in all their Variety; BoilersTanks, Flues, Heaters, Stacks, Bolts, NutsVault Doors, Washers, ,&c., ; BL AOKSMITHING IN GENERAL. From long experience in building machinery we llaitei ourselves that we can give generalsatisfai-tion to those why may favor us with their ordeis. u_3= Repairing promptly. attended to. Orders by muil addresse...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

Strength oe the Sardinian Navt.— A letter from Genoa in-the Gazette de France asserts that the Sardinian navy is now the first in Europe, after those.of England and France. Piedmont, it says, has alreadythirty ships of war, Garabaldi has annexed ;_twice as many at .Naples, among them two line-of-tattle ships, the Vicivio and the Monarca. The Garabaldian navy in the waters at Sicily had eight or ten steamers—English, Ameri can and others—given, bought,-or captured. Besides this, the letter says that Piedmont, not expecting so large an accession of naval force, had made, contracts in Fngland for eight large steamers, two of which are, already delivered, and also for an equal number o£ transports. All these things considered, the Gazette de France reckons the Sardinian navy as consisting, or soon to consist, of nearly one hundred and forty men-ofwar.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

COUNTY President Judge, Henry G. Long. Assistant Judges, Alexander L. Hayes, Ferrec firinton. District Attorney, Emlen Franklin. _Prothi _notary, William Carpenter. Recorder, Anthony Good. Register, John Johns. County Treasurer, Michael II, Shirk. Sheriff, Stephen W. P. Boyd. Clerk of Quarter Sessions CourtSatn'l Evans. Clerk of Orphans' Court, C. L. Stoner. Coroner, Levi Sum my. County _Cominissioners, Daniel Good, Josepn Boyer, Levi S. Reist, Solicitor, Ed. Reilley. Clerk, Peter G. Eberman. Directors of the PoorRobert Byers, Lewis SprecherDaniel OverholtzerJohn Huber, Simon Groh, David Styer Solicitor, James K. Alexander. Cleric, Wm. Taylor. Prison InspectorsR. J. Houston, Dav. Brandt, John Long, Jacob Seitz, Hiram Evans, a. S. Gara. Solicitor, Dan'l G. Baker, keeper, Jay Cadwell. Auditors, Thomas S. Collins, James B. Lytle John _Mecartney. " , County Surveyor, John C. Lewis. .. . .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

The Emperor Napoleon, in a speech at Algiers, during his late, visit there, gave his ideas of what constitutes civilization. He said: "Providence requires us to extend over this land the benefits of civilization. Now, what is civilization ? It is to consider happiness as something, the life of man as much, and his moral perfection as the greatest good. Thus, to elevate the Arabs to the dignity of free men, to spread among them instruction, at the same time respecting their religion ; to ameliorate their condition by raising from the earth all the treasures which Providence has deposited there, and which a bad government would leave sterile; such is oui mission and we shall not fail in it."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

_ga_^The New Albany Ledger informs us that two men named John Storms and J i ohn;'Brewer_> were digging a well near Elizabethtown, Harrison county, Ind., on Thursday last, and while one of them was being drawn up out of the wellin a tub, he was stfdck with the foul air and fell to the bottomi killing-him instantly. The man who wa_"s »at the windlass was lowered into the well, and-lJeiroreTie reached the bottom was _stf nek'cleMi; in the same manner. The two •men_? _wfefti taken out by means of hooks, their bodies and faces horribly mutilated. Brewer had married a sister of Storms only two weeks before the fatal occurrence.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

;;f&*Not long _siuo, a man in Sank county, _Wis., married for his second wife his own step-mother, who singularly enough, was a sister, of his _firsts wife.—- The lady is, therefore, not only step-mo_^ ther and aunt to heir husband's children, but also their grandmother, while ins. husband is step_^_fathSr to " his _f_^^_dsters. Her issue by this marxaige, wilt De hoi only own cousins to their step-brothers, but uncles and aunts also. And the lady herself, being grandmother to _t_^r. children and nephews, may be regardedas mother to herself a_'fld child anU therefore her own grandmother.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

D R. J. Z. HOFFER, DENTIST, Of the Baltimore College of Dentai &URGERY, LATE Or HARRISBURG, Pa. OFFICE : Front streetfourth doorj g_^r_^_fr from Locust, over Say lor & McDon-UiiTyfty aid's Book StoreColumbia. Entrance beween the Drug and Book Stores. [3-ly DANIEL G. BAKER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, LANCASTER, PA. OFFICE :—No. 24' North Duke Street, opposite the Court House, where he will attend to the _pxactice of his »«£•"»«} a»lta various branches. [Nov. 4, oa.-iy LU MBER YARD. J. GROSH & SON, Lumber Dealers. yard at the Eastern part, of Marietta. _iE_^- Please call at their office, adjoining the TuiiEE-sTOKY brick boiise at the _cakal.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

l$_jp* An old Jackson man's reasons for, going for Lincoln : "1st. He was opposed to cesessiOn, and so am II 2d.— He was opposed to nulification, and so am 1. 3d. He was opposed to the slave trade, and. so.am I. 4th. He was -opposed ;to the extension of slavery, and so: am I. 5th. He was opposed to nation-: alizing slavery, and so* ami. 1 ¦ • ' _+m ] . _^^_vNrature teachesi -ua, that we are de-;pendants_^-that we are like cog-wheels ipushing each other along ,by _. fijling ._npj mutual voids. How _Yawcbk BLiMiED &s Uncle : Parsoit Brownlow, in His pape_^_qfbe Knoxville Whig;says: -y _^The fact that Wm. t. _Yantfey killed his uncle, Dr. Earle of South Carolina, has been stated in general terms, but the details ' have not freengiienv Dr. Earle lived one mile and a half west of Greenville, where his widow, still resides, if alive. A few hundred yards distant is an old field, sometimes used for practicing on horseback; but mote frequently resorted to as a muster, ground. '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

How he was made Eligable. —A Tennessee p. apet in announcing the death of J. Whiteside, at the age of 90 years, adds that when Sam. Houston wasaoatf-. didate for Governor of Tennessee, an.d{ not being a freeholder, was constitution? ally ineligible, he (Whiteside), gave stoi thenow _illustrious hero a tract Qf-land,; which qualified him to _receive the;;Qf5ce; to which he was elected. Letter from Tommy: Tateish Onejero, or Tommy, as he is familiarly called, a member of the Japanese Embassy, has written several letters to his friends in this city, says the Philadelphia Press, and the following has been handed to _ua for publication: _Unj_^ed StatesSt_^am Frigate Niagara, / St. Paul De Loano, Aug< oS. / My Dear Friend Mr. Theodore _Wflj arrived at this place on the 7th instant, after a passage of thirty-seven days from New York there will be an opportunity of sending letters to America soon I do myself the pleasure of writing to you, and giving some account of the voyag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

DAVID ROTH ||_oC Dealer in Hardware, Cedarwar e i|< Paints, Glass, Oils, Varnishes, Hoop i_£ and Bar Iron, Steel, Spikes, Nails; p Parlor, Office, Hall and Cook E STOVES, &O. _^ •• '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

.fBT. Always do mthftgiei doea-_^look at the bright side of_^_everythiog_; For while i&_^iQSt_^c_^ap_^i^? tt8_^i_^ as good for _digeetioci

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

_Q_^" James Eedpath, a noted Abolitionist of the revolutionary school, and a biographer of John Brown, has received a popular ovation at Port-au-Prince on the 27th of September, the occasion- being his departure for the United States.— Speeches of- the most ultra character were delivered, and toasts drank to the honor of Thaddeus Hyatt, Tictor Hugo, M. de Lamartine, and the memory of John Brown. After the banquet, Mr. Eedpath was accompanied to the vessel by a torchlight procession, amid great enthusiasm. _IgSTTen blooded mares and _aa Arabian stallion were landed in Philadelphia from the ship Lancaster from Liverpool. They were purchased in England by Mr. Dudley M. Bruce, of Kentucky, a wellknown inporter of fancy stock. Three of the animals cost 200 guineas each, and for the others almost as high a price was paid. One is of the Flying Dutchman another of the Fogabella, a famous Irish breed. Among them is a mare of dark chesnut color, not two years old till May next, which is f...

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