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

MARK THESE FACTS All description of sores are remediable by t!_j_« proper and diligent use of this inesiiniab!* preparation. To attempt to cure bad le_^ iy plastering the edges of the wound together ii _'a folly ; for should the skin unite, a boggy ,\^ eased condition remains underneath to break out with tenfold fury in a few days. The onh rational and successful treatment, as indicate by nature, is to reduce the inflammation inanj about the wound and to soothe the neighborn_^ parts by rubbing in plenty of the Ointment as salt is forced into meat. Diplheria, Ulcerated Sore Throat, ani Scarlet and other Fevers. Any of the above diseases may be cured br well rubbing the Ointment three times a dav into the chest, throat and neck of the patient - it will soon penetrate, and give immediate relief. Medicine taken by the mouth must operate upon the whole system ere its influence can be felt in any local part, whereas the Ointment will do its work at once. Whoever thcj the unguent i...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 3 November 1860

: , , . " For President, _ABRAltAM LINCOLN, of Illinois, _^or'Vice President, _SANNIBAL HAMLIN, of Maine ;r , . _presidential Electors. ;»,,,,,; _^LpKPOR8 at Large. ' . James Pollock. Thomas M. Howe _i District Electors. Edward C. Knight, . ''Francis B. Penniman, Robert P. King, 'Ulysses Mercur, Henry Bumm, ; . )Greqrge Bresslery , Robert M. _Foust, M_« -Brady Sftorp, _iVkttart Miles* Wahiel 0. Gehr , John M fBroomaU, SSamuel Calvin, fame* W. Fuller, _SEdgar Cowan, David _B. Stout yWUliam MeKennan, Frmcis W, Christ, _,/JqhnM. Kirkpatrick, David Mumma , Jr., {James Kerr, JDain'diTaggaft ¦ {Richard P Roberts , Thomas R. Hull, {Henry Souther , ' " '. John Greer. _gjgrThe Presidential Election takes plape on Tuesday next;, the 6th of Norember. One fire more along the whole line, and the victory ia oars. Republicans to the polls! See that every voter is got to_^tbe polls. Work as unceasingly as though the whole Presidential contest depended upon your own personal exertions—such a c...

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

_liuinjaiiJBs ue seen at the Mechanics' Fair ia Richmond, Va., is a doll which has been played with by five generations—deposited by Miss Georgia Powell; a diamond ring 300 _vears old—denositfid hv M ra A P A1- len ; a book 224 years old—deposited by Mrs. Benjamin Davis ; and last, but not least, the cradle in which Henry Clay was rocked! The remains of the father and grandmother of the revolutionary patriot, Gen. Joseph Warren, were exhumed recently from the old burying ground in Eoxbury for the purpose of removal and re-interment. The thigh bone and one of the teeth of the father of Gen. Warren are the only portion of the remains preserved entire me pasior oi one or me _ivinwaukie churches went, on Sunday, into oae section of the city wherefrom many excursionists on the ill-fated Lady Elgin had gone, and found in different houses no less than one hundred children bereft of father and mother, and wondering why they did not come back. The census takers found in Florida a negre...

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

NEWS IN BRIEF Among the notable arrivals at New York, from Europe, was a live Hippopotamus, brought by the steamer City of Manchester. It was immediately transferred on board the steamer De Soto, bound for New Orleans. This is the first living animal of his species ever brought to America. The gold dollar will soon be among the things that were, and only to be seen in the collections of those curious in numismatology. Three millions of the little shiners have already been melted into double eagles. The anti-Lincoln parties in New Jersey have united and formed an electoral ticket containing three Douglas Democrats, two Breckinridge men, and two Bell men, to be voted for at the November election. All other tickets have been withdrawn, and the opposition to Eepublicanism in New Jersey now presents a united front. Edward Bates of Missouri, and Senator Simmonds of Rhode Island—two of the most conservative men in the country—begin to be favorably named : the one for Attorney Gener...

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

Gen. Patton : Majority for Patton 1,580. No return was made from Shippen township, McKean county, which gives about 100 "Republican majority.— Two years ago the majority of Honorable Chapin Hall, Republican candidate, was 756. The political complexion of the district may, therefore, be regarded as permanently established. Gen. Patton has reason to be proud of the large vote he received, and his friends who urged his nomination have the satisfaction of knowing that he has more than redeemed their pledges. Those who _sueeringly al luded to him as having ia his youth been " a clerk in a country retail store," may draw what consolation they can from the fact that, whilst the Democratic candidate, Mr. Kerr, who is a lawyer, ran 41 behind the State ticket in his own county, Gen. Patton not only ran 174 ahead of his State ticket in Clearfield, where Mr. Curtin is personally popular, but actually obtained 64 majority in the county, which has been regarded as irretrievably Democratic. Th...

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

\_fs_$_y Prance is said to have aided Sardinia,, with _instruments of war. Garibaldi was wounded at Yoturno, and his trqops attacked _Capua on the 9th inst. Garibaldi's loss at _Yolturno .was .about 400J6;men,—tbat;of;ithe royalists .not so great. _. yiCTOB_, Emmanuel had reached bis, head-quarters... Austria was still making _preparations for war. _^^"A young girl was outraged by five boy fiends at Albany on Wednesday night. She' stated 'that she was 17 years old, namied Mary Marritt, from Cornwall, Va., and a1 stranger in the city. The police have her in care till her friends can be communicated' with. j :<3/A. n Alabama_.paper states that "the _Governor _pf Alabama_^ in complance with an act-.passed by,the Legislature, has ordered from ..Belgium two hundred thousand _atand _orarma, to-1 be used, if necessary, in the event of Lincoln's election." _frMxT P. ' G. Cpglen, editor of the mono! Enquirer, shot himself in the band, the ball grazing his left eye as he was seiz...

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

The Electoral Tickets: We present below the three electoral tickets which will be voted in this State at the next election: BEPUBLICAN ELECTORS. James Pollock Thomas R. Hull, Thomas M. iiowe, Frs. li. Penniman, Edward C. Knight, Ulysses Mercur, Robert P. King, ' George Bresslei, Henry Bumm, A. Brady Sharpe, Robert M. Foust, Daniel O. Gehr, Nathan Hilles, Samuel Calvin, John M. Brbomall, Edgar Cowan, James W. Fuller, Win. MeKennan, David E. Stout, J. M. Kirkpatrick, Francis W.Christ, James Kerr, David Mumma,jr., Richard P. Roberts, David Taggart_, | Henry Souther, John Gieer_. DEMOCRATIC ELECTORS. George M. Keim, Ste' n S. Winchester, Richard Vaux, Joseph Laubach, Frederick A. Server, Isaac Reckhow, _wiiisnm _r Pnttprsnn_. i Georire D. Jackson , Joseph Crockett, John A. Ahl, John G. Brenner, Joel B. Danner, George W. Jacoby, Jesse R. Crawford, Charles Kelly, Horatio N. Lee, Oliver P. James, Joshua B. Howell, David Schall, Nath. P. Peterman, Joel L. JJghtner Samuel Marshall, Samue...

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

JUST RECEIVED BY DIFFEN BACH, No. 61 Market Street , Marietta, Pa. TS now placing on his shelves and reartv fnT X examination and sale, the largest ana " best selected stock of FALL and WINTER Goods ever offered in this borongh, to which he now invites the attention of the public. New Styles Dress Goods Superior makes of Silks, A large assortment of Calicos Extra quality Muslinsall prices. Best make of Flannels, do A large stock of Shawls, Plain and Barred Sack'd Flannels. Purchasers are invited to examine onrstock, as we are confident 've can show them the best styles at the lowest prices, in connection with the largest stock of domestic goods. Satinetts and Cassimeres Bleached and Unbleached Muslins. Delaines, Calicos and Ginghams, DrillingsSheetings and Checks, Pant StuffHickory and Tickings , Best makes of Canton Flannels , Splendid Calicos for six cents, . Good quality Muslin, six cents _. Plain and Figured Detains12_§ cents Heavy Unbleached Muslins , six cents. All Kinds...

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

S3_°*See advertisment of Prof. L. Miller ' s Hair _Invigorator, and Liquid Hair Dye, in another column. BRENNEMAN fl| To his MARIETTA Frie nds ! . 'f_^l TJE has romoved from Centre Square, to M WEST KING-ST., LANCASTER, Opposite Cooper's Hotel, where he has the finest BOOT AND SHOE STORE In Lancaster City. He makes fine calfskin Boots (the best") for _S4i Calfskin Walking Shoes, _^ ; _L25 Ladies Half Gaiters(double soles) $2 _' oO Ladies Morocco Boots, (heels) $1 ' 21 He has concluded to make the best work at somewhat reduced prices _. and hopes by so doing to enlarge and increase his business. _SCT Mending of every kind neatly done. _Cihzens of Marietta.- —When you come"to Lancaster, give BRENNEMAN a call and you will surely be pleased with his work__ September 15, I860, 9-tf JOB_^ PRDJTING. Having very recently added a large and fashionable assortment of Types and Printing materials, which will enable us to do all kinds of PLftiK MB F&KCY_'PftJ»Tm& Such as Ca...

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

The Military and the Inauguration. —It is expected that not less than fifteen military companies will visit the Capital City on the occasion of Governor Curtin's inauguration. In addition to those from abroad, the entire Dauphin county brigade, comprising four or five companies, headed by Brigadier _Geaeral Williams and Staff, will be in attendance.—Harrisburg Telegraph. The Oldest Voter in the United States.—At. the recent election in Maine Mr. Ralph Farham, the sole survivor of the battle of Bunker Hill, now one hundred and four years_, of age, walked six miles to. cast his vote. He has voted at every , Presidential election since the adoption of the Constitution. _giT.For the vacant Indiana Senatorship after the 4th of March next, the names most prominently mentioned are Col. Henry S. Lane, Eepublican Governor elect, and Hon. Caleb B. Smith, formerly a distinguished - Whig representative in Congress.

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

the one who "downs" him. The United States Vice-Consul at Copenhagen, Denmark, furnished the gratifying intelligence that an "official" package from Dr. Hayes, commander of the Arctic Expedition, had been received by one of-the Royal Greenland Company's vessels from Upernavik. In early life, Mrs. Edwin D. Morgan was a milliner, and Mrs. Nathaniel P. Banks a factory girl. Yet a prince of the royal house of England, and heir apparent to the throne, has danced with both of these ladies, who afford such proof of the elevating character of republican institutions ; and no doubt considered he was honored quite as much as they could be by the fact. Hon. Preston King, chairman of the Republican National Committee, having finally closed bis rooms, left Washington on Saturday last. He expresses the utmost confidence in the election of his favorite.

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

Hollow ay ' s Pills and Ointment.—Exercise your Judgment—A newer and better philosophy,—To pull down all absurd and antiquated notions of disease and its cures and to establish a rational system on the ruins, has been the chief endeavor of Doctor Holloway through life, hence the origin of his celebrated Pills and Ointment—remedies in keeping with common sense because subservient to nature rather than at variance with her laws like those in general use. To the stomach—we _trjice dys pepsia, headache and general debility—to the liver, bile, jaundice, and yellow fever, to the bowels, diarrhoea, dysentery, constipation, fistula and piles; to the lungs, consumption, &c, to the blood scrofula, scurvy and all cutaneous eruptions. By keeping these organs and the vital fluid pure and healthy, we may safely defy the attacks of disease an'l no medicine yet prepared for this purpose can equal the action of these Pills and Ointment, as they dive to the seat of the disorder and by cxt...

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

"\7"ORK COUNTY HILL LAND, \_u tt ¦ i11 ' PUBLiC• SALE. _«t _th _^ ndersiSnei _wUi offer at public outcry, at the Donegal House, Marietta , On Wednesday, November 7 , I860, •pd J_^pO° 'c _^0ck in tb « Afternoon , TWO TRACTS OF YORK CO. HILL LAND, situate hi _Hellam Township, adjoining lands M,, MWhitehill, John Hol _' _lingerf Henry _Musser and others, one of which is _ifj_^ partly A%_fe S0Uta SldG ° f the _"»» conta.mng37 t«Pn on' ?«?J_? leas - The oth _« Tract con-52 9AC _^ES _. more or less, and is on the north Slde of the hill. These Tracts are thick-\^lth younS Timber, and a portion well adapted to cultivation. S3= For any further particulars inquire of Barr Spangler. ANN BOGGS. Marietta, Oct. 13,1S60. 13._ts TAMPS! LAMPS! SHADES, &C. The XJ undersigned has received" another lot of _Huid and Coal Oil Lamps, and Lamp Shades of every _variety and price. Call and see them at Dr. Hinkle 's Drug Sto_"re. # QEGARS and Chewing Tobacco. A lajge

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

Rev. Mr. Ball, who left his parish in Centreville, Conn., because his people insisted that he should preach in favor of the abolition of negro slavery, is visiting friends in Charleston, S. O. The Courier is disposed to lionize him. Over $500 has been collected in Detroit for the benefit of the widow of Captain Jack Wilson, who commanded the Lady Elgin. The citizens of Chicago have contributed $900 to the fund, and those of Buffalo over $700. When two caravans meet in the interior of Africa, the two head men approach each other, then go back a reasonable distance, lower their heads and butt. The one that goes down has to yield the right of way to the caravan to

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

Fever and Ague : A case of eight months' Standing cured by Bmrhave's Holland Bitters Michael Kelly, No. 117 Seventh,near Granr, says: " Last July, while running on the river, on a cotton-boat ptying between Nachez and 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 to 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. Aiter 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 of the Chills and Fever whatever. " I certify that the above statement is true. Thomas Adams, Diamond House, or at R. Chestes_'s Gothic Hall.

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

Important Union Manifesto : It is stated that, in view of the increasing power of the Disunionists in the South, the conservatives of that quarter, headed by Henry S. Foote, of Mississippi, Alexander H. Stephens, of Georgia. Isaac E. Moore, of Louisana. Gen. Sam Houston, of Texas, George W. Jones, of Tennessee, Timothy Rives, and William C. Eives, of Virginia, Albert Rust of Arkansas, and James Guthrie, of Kentucky, intend issueing a manifesto, assuring the conservative people of the free States that, in no event will the constitutional election of Mr. Lincoln be regarded as a cause for breaking up the Union, unless he should attack the rights of the South.

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

To Consumptives : The advertiser having been restored to health in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having suffered several years with a severe Lung affection, and that dread disease. Consumption, is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it he will send a copy of the prescription used, [free of charge] with.directions for preparing and. using the same, which they will find a sure cure for Consumption, Bronchitis, &c. The only object of advertiser in sending the prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription will please address Rev. Edward A. Wilson, _> Williamsburg, Kings co., N. Y. [3m

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

« ^^The Washington correspondent of _Forney's Press, says: Judge Lmton Stephens_^ 'brother of (the Hon. Alexander H.. Stephens, of Georgia, one of the ablest lawyers'and most superior- orators that. State.has ever produced, 'who resigned his Beat on the Supreme Bench of his. State since the adjournment of the Baltimore_^ Convention, and went into the;oan.vass . ; for Douglas and * Johnson, has gone to Illinois to fill the engagements of _hisibrother, whose health is not sufficiently-recovered to justify the risk of . a Northwestern campaign at this seannn

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

A Card to the Suffering.—The Kev William Cosorove, while laboring as a missionary in Japan, was cured of Consumption, when all other means had failed, by a recipe obtained from a learned physician residing in the great city of Jeddo. This recipe has cured great numbers who were suffering from Consumption, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Coughs and Colds, and the debility and nervous depression caused by these disorders. Desirous of benefitting others, I will send this recipe_^ which I have brought home with me, to all who need it, free of charge. Address Rev. Wm. Cosgbovk , 439 Fulton Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.

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

A Woman's Vengeance.—A man nam ed Burger, at Indianapolis., Ind, was terribly punished, on the 4th, by a woman with whom he had been living, and whom he had forsaken upon taken to himself a legal wife. The mistress went to his shop with a bowl of sulphuric acid and threw it in the man ' s face, destroying one eye and terribly disfiguring him. The man's sufferings were terrible.

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