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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

_Qgr A Parisian' _advertises photographs giving to tne physiognomy the effects of the full moon shining on the face. • He says the softness the moon produces'is. remarkable. There ia nb1 doubt of it. - _<_- ,

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

Sl _®" A woman's _friendship _bonders _meire closel _y on l p_^e . than _^ a r_^anis. ' Men affect (each otherin,the r,efiec_,tion of noble or, friendly acts, -jjvhile women, ask/ewer proofs, and more .signs and expressions of attachment.,-, ? j

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

_$tn, _fyasstt an& _Stissors. Otily four towns in Massachusetts voted for McCIellao. Gen. Canby is sufficiently recovered to resume business. Tbe population of Boston, by the new corporation census, is 164,783—less than Chicago. Orange, N. J., the home of McClellnn, gave 1.02 majority for tbe Union ticket — last year onlj 9 majority. Gov. Brown, of Georgia, in his message, advocates the right of each State to negotiate a peace for itself. Tbe first lighthouse in Morocco has just been erected. It is an evidence of the increasing improvement of the people. ____ Gen. Banks, it is said, will shortly return to and _resunje his duties at New Orleans and the Department at Louisiana. A monster Union celebration was held at Memphis, Tenn., on the 17th inst., in honor of tbe re-election oL President Lincoln. ' ^^" Twenty wild animal*, including a royal Bengal tiger, arrived at Boston, on Saturday last, on the ship Golconda, from Calcutta. A report says that 8000 of.our prison? e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

Little Mac's Resiun _ation :—We clip tbe followiug article on General McClellan'_s resignation from tnat high-toned journal, the Philadelphia North Aroerican : An official order from the War Department, announces that the resignation of General McClellan was accepted on the day it was received, and or-, dered to date from the 8lh of November, on which it was written. A I! the solicitude, therefore, of his friends lest be should 6ght in a war to which he is so much opposed was unnecessary. The President was not anxious to go through another such a course of anxiety and trouble as General McClellan occnBioned him. The latter bad full opportunity, and failed disastrously, dismally, disgracefully. His career only Berved to bring the military pretensions of the republic into contempt while it lasted, which even the magnificent victories at the west and -southwest could not obvi ate. \ Simultaneously with the publication of this order, a Sau Francisco paper reaches U3 containing a rep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

CgrOne of the Middletown, Conn., clergymen at a recent torchlight display, exhibited a transparency over his door, with a quotation from Genesis'xxii. 15 : "The angel of the Lord called unto Abraham out of Heaven a second time." m m ' 0* "Long John Wentworth_," as be it popularly _Btyled in Chicago, has been returned to Congress, on the Republicao ticket, by a majority of twenty-five hundred over McCormick, the reaping machine man. fBf One of the city fathers of Pittsburg, Pa., was robbed of 845,000 in New York, on Wednesday night, while in company with a couple of abandoned wretches. The guilty party are under Arrest. \ 0* A communication has been received by a Liverpool friend of Garibaldi to the effect that the General has declined to receive the yacht for which funds were subscribed by a number, of the residents of Liverpool, and which, loaded with presents from private individuals in various part" of the country, was about to proceed to Caprera. CF Three Russian officers ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

Fkrdino on Greenbacks :—The Cincinnati Gazette relates a most singular circumstance wbicb took place in that city a few days ago, and by which a man lost $214 and a cow lost her lite. The story goes that a drover, walking in front of his herd, in taking some tobacco from _hia pocket, inadvertently dropped a roll of Treasury notes amounting to $400. Cue of the cons, either because of hunger or a desire to appropriate her owner's money, picked it up, and after adequate mastication swallow ed the precious morsel just at the moment that the drover, through one of his assistants, became aware of the fact that he had lost his money, and that the cow bad eaten it. An immediate search discovered some small pieces of the notes about the teeth and lips of the avaricious ruminant, but deglutition had placed the money buyend the present reach of its owner. Tho cow was now too valuable to be sold, at least on the hoof. Digested "greenbacks" would batdly pass current and yet all be bad were i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

Nkarlt 108 Years Old.—Schuylkill county beats Sturbridge, Mass., and _Conneant township, Crawford county, Pa., places noted for the great age of two _citizens who voipd at the late election. On the 8th x_>f November, Bernard _Eisenhuth. a resident of New Castle township, this county, aged one hundred and seven years five months ana twenty_, three days, voted for Abraham Lincoln. Mr. Eisenhuth voted for Washington, and at every Presidential election from that _period to this. It seems that before the late election be always voted the Democratic ticket, but since the commencement of the present war one of his daughters h as read the papers pretty regularly to him ; he judged Mr. Lincoln's Administration, and declared that Mr. Lincoln was just like Washington, and that he would vote for him. Mr. Eisenhuth was boru in Lebanon. Pa., and was a member of the Lutheran Church o f that place. He has lived in the woods of Schuylkill county during the last fifty years. He has had ele...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

_JC?"A Card to in va lids.—A Ck-reymui while residing in South America as b misionary, discovered a safe and simple _reinei! for the cure of Nervous _Weakuess, T-ariy L< ciy, Diseases of the Urinary and Semins! C, _ns and the whole train of _dlijriirs _bi_^ js -. on by baneful and vicious habits. Great :;- •• bers have already been cured by thij no' remedy. Prompted by a desire to _benefi:' afflicted and unfortunate, I will sent1 v.;- :; cipe for preparing and using this medicine,. a sealed envelope, to any one who v._vi* FREE OF CHARGE. S3" Please _illC ' CS _&?_: paid envelope, addressed to yourself. Address Joseph T. Inh_^_h, Station D, Bible House, New-Voi? 53" Matrimonial!' Ladies and GentKrr.; - If you wish to marry, address the unders:_^:s~ who will send you without money and _wi": out price, valuable information that will e: . _; ble you to marry happy and speedily, ii-re_*p-?c tivc of age, wealth or beauty. This _iniuivii tion will cost you nothing, and i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

SJgT There are two amendments proposed to the Constitution of the United States. One is to abolish slavery forever in the United States ; the, other is to provide for the election of the President and Vice President of the United States by the direct vote of the people, not, as at present, by an electoral college.. ¦ _^ »—; , — 43* Dr. Hinkle has, as will be seen by reference to our advertising columns, re-opened his family drug store, where everTtbing usually found at such a store will be on Bale fresh, just from the city. • ¦ • ¦ ¦ mm _00_T A rat attacked a lady while asleep at _Maehiaa, Maine, a few nights ago. an(fbit her severely in the neck and earl It also attacked a child in an adjoining . mm ' ' ' ¦ '" _tg*_T McOlellan has received the smalles t* vote of any Presidential candidate since the election of 1804, when Pickney, the Federal candidate, had only fourteen votes. 43* It ' is said that "The Poems by Three Sisters," lately published in Loodon, are by the three daughte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

$fte l_^l ancttian. F. L. gaker, Editor. MARIETTA. PA: &tdu*_cLau e ,_JVf o.u.e.mhj_*2 b, 1Kb A. _(g$" Jadge Ernanuel Shaeffer, of Lancaster, died on Sunday evening last aweek, at Newbarg_, Cumberland county, Pa., where he had gone as a delegate to the Eldership of the church of God, which met on the 31st ult. Judge Shaeffer was an active and successful business man, and enjoyed the confidence and esteem of all who were brought into intercourse with him. He was for many years encaged in the Saddle and Harness making business, from which be retired only a few months apw. Be held the office of Associate Judge iu the Court of Quarter Sessions of this county before the office was made el_» etive, and was for a number of years President of the Lancaster Savings' Institution.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

T ETTERS REMAINING unclaimed in th. \j Post Office at Maiietta, Pa., Thursd _ay Novesiber. 24, 1864. Apple, Rev. B. F. Lib', _Misi M. Askins, Mrs. Lydia Lead, Lenard _Bechtold, William Leed, Mb. A. Bonner, Miss Emma Miller, ( ieorge T, Barnheart, Lewis Mt-Bride, _Sainl. Channcy, Charles Mhore, Mrs. L. Caite, Mrs. Kate Menges, Jacob Denney, Messrs. John McK_^in, John G. & Co. Mallen. James Dintman, Miss S. Markell, Capt. Doband, Timothy Pheifer. Michael Furk, Miss M. _Snyderi John H. Graham, Miss Alice Shull, Mrs. Eliza Gray, Miss 37 Souder, Mr. H. S. lllilc, Miss Barbara Stevens, Mrs. S. Jones, Thomas W. Tyson, Robert Leitzenberger, A. Wearer. John L. 2 Longennecker,J. S. .Winner, Mrs. A. Lowe, Mrs. C. S3" To obtain any of these letters, the applicant must call for " advertised letters," give the date of this list, and pay one cent for advertising. ' ABRAHAM CASSEL, P. M. ilTISTRAY.—Came to the premises of Henrj _VjPj Suitzbarh deceased, residing at the ed{« W the Borough ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

/ 4mT At the late Presidential election, /Mr. Samuel Wenger, aged 88 years, re-/ tiding in West Earl township, this f county, voted for Abraham Lincoln, and handing in his ticket remarked that he Considered his ballot for Lincoln of as much service in suppressing the rebel lion as if he bad killed a rebel. The. lame old gentleman, when two yearn ago an appeal was made for linen for hospital _purpoies, having no linen rags to contribute, gave his "wedding shirt," which he had preserved for over half a century, with the observation that it \ could not be pat to better use. ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

SJ9> The New York Tribune declares its belief that the Union party waf cheated out of thirty thousand votes in that State, at the late election, and demands an investigation, in which all parties are invited to assist, in order that the guilty be brought to punishment. At Ai bany, suits have been commenced for forcibly obstructing the polls against Union voters, by which an opposition member of Assembly was returned as elected, but whose seat will be contested. In Philadelphia, all the officers of the eighth precinct of the notorious Fourth ward, have been arrested on the allegation of fraud connected with the election.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

_®" "The Lady's Friend" for Dacera ber is on our table, and is truly a splendid one. The opening plate "The Snow Birds' Christmas Visit," is a gem, and the frontispiece of _tlfe volume is very handsome and a _double fashion plate together with very high toned reading matter. No lady ' should be without this magazine. Price $2.50 ; 2 copies $4 00; 9 copies $16.00; 21 copies $35.00. Specimen numbers will be sent to those desirous of making up club? for 15 els, Wheeler Sf Wilson' s celebrated Sewing Machines are furntshed'as Premiums on certain terms. Address Deacon & Peterson, 319 Walnut street Philadelphia!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

£5" As tbe result cf a bet on the election, the principals performed a "wheelbarrow feat" in Springfield on Friday. The loser of the bet did the wheeling, with a half-dozen bladders around his neck, as per agreement_, while the winner pat in the wheelbarrow, tranquilly smoking a cigar. Preceding them were drummers and fifers aud a • 'banner " appropriately inscribed. A large crowd witnessed the ludicrous diBplay, Subsequently the parties were arrested and fined $6.15 for obstructing the side-walk _, with their barrow—a joke not anticipated.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

Sjg" More than Bltenn jears ago a negro woman escaped from slavery in Maryland, and located in Hartford, Connecticut. A few days ago a contraband arrived in Hartford from New Orleans, and, while wandering about the streets, met the woman and recognized her as his wife. She did not recognize him, and it was only after he had repeated, circumstances which happened when they lived in Maryland that she-was convinced thai he was her husband. They were again married, and are now keeping up a domestic establishment of their own.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

«BT The New York Journal of Commerck), which supported McClellan_, is Bick of politic'1 , and it announces . that it will henceforth have nothing to say on the subject. The Louisville Journal is also sick. The proprietors have kicked ont Paul R. Shipman, and Geo. " D. Prentice takes the helm. But the loyal people have no more confidence in the latter than the former. Both have proved recreant to the Union cause. They made their bed with _rtbel sympathizers, and they will not soon be able to cheat Union men again.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

_(_&* All Flunkeydom in England is Oh ecstasies over what they .call the royal baby. During its jouraey from Berlm to London it was followed by a "Jenk\ ins" from the Lond on Times, who chronicled all its acts, its crowing, the tender careB of .its nurse, etc. The cow that fed it has been bought by a mayor of Hull, who is said to be crazy with loyalty to the Crown. An old dhoe and sorre necessary articles of toil«tte belonging to it have also been _purchased by admiring mammas as souveuirs oharmehtes.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

_&• A prize fight took place at Scranton, Pa., on Tuesday, between two men named Harria and Martin. The latter was badly "punished" but while the fight was progressing a number of United States detectives appeared upon the grouud and arrested nearly all those in _attandance. t- m C_3* Green, the Maiden Bank murder er, _says he intended to do nothing but frighten the clerk when he sent a bullet through bis head. was merely lay_, ing tbe farce of "Killing no Mnrder." ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 26 November 1864

S_0" Mrs. Stephen Berry, of _Machias, Maine, was awakened out of _fleep a few nights ago, and cried out that some one had cut her throat. A light was procured aud she was found covered with blood on,her neck breast aud armo. On close inspection it was found that a rat had attacked her in her sleep, and had bitten the eide of her neck and ear severely. While attending'her, one of the children began to cry in an adjoining room, when the_. rat. was found to have attacked one of them.

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