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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

A Romance in Real Life. A romance in real lifeVofdeep plot and' thrilling ' denouncment, is just .now the chief topic of -gossip in_< Taunton',i Mass. The facts, as. related by the'Taanton Republican, are these-: ¦ : * It appears, that abou . t twenty-seven: years ago a Captain Brown, whose family resided in Mattapoisett, was thepv^^_s _^er of the estate of Mr. Henry _^ E. Clifton, a wealthy gentleman of Richmond, Ya. From pause, which still _^main 's'secret, a ' difficulty arose'_between * CapCB.', an_3 and Mr. C, wherein the ' former considered himself the aggrieved _iparty. To revenge himself for the supposed wrong he stole, M.r. Clifton's infant daughter, (then but,six weeks old), on the day she was christened. The child was brought to MattapoiBett, and secretly adopted by Brown and his _^vife their own. She was named _uTulia, and grew to be a woman. When only sixteen years old she' married Mr. Is _' aac I; Oi' Pierce,' a printer who 'learned Kfe** trade in Fall R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

Girls Should Learn to Keep House. No young lady can be too well instructed in anything which will affect the Qomfort of a family. Whatever position in society she occupies, _Bhe needs a practical knowledge of household duties. She may be placed, in such cir-( cumstances that it will not be necessary for her to perform much domestic labor; but on this account she needs no lees, knowledge than if she were obliged to preside personally over the cookingstove and pantry. Indeed, I have often thought it is more difficult to . direct others, and requires more experience, than _i.o do the Bame work, with our ,own hands. ' Mothers are frequently so nice and particular that they do not like to give up any part of . their care to ;their children. This is a great mistake in their management, for they are often burdened with labor and need relief. Children should be early taught to make the ' mdtlves useful; to _assist their parents every way in their power, and to consider it a privilege ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

"Come and bEE Me."—Never' take "come, and Bee me," as a phrase meant in earnest, unless accompanied with5 a date. All invitation "without circumstances" is no invitation at all., Depend upon it, if any gentleman or lady desire your company, lie oi ' she will appoint a time for y ' oar visit. "Call on me ' when you can make ft convenient," "drop in as you are passing, " "make _ns a'visit whenever yon have an hour or two to spare," are social _indefiniteisms by which men of ,the, world understand that they are not . . .expected _^ to do the thing requested ' . " When people wish to be cheaply polite, there is nothiogJ We this kind of vagueness. It is / never worth its face, or anything like it ' . ' Yet it is a convenient medium of exchange for all that, and heavy debts of _gratitude, that ought to ' be paid in better coin, are often paid with ,it. . People that have more polish than principle use it lavishly— plain,._blunt, hpnjsstijme.n sparingly or not/at all. : Whoever makes a f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

jt n 7-30 XjOuAjst . The Secretary of the Tieasuiy gives notice that subscriptions will be received for Coupon Treasury Notes, payable three years from August 15th, 1364 with semi._aanual interest at the rate of seven and three-tenths pei-cent. per annum,—principal and interest both' to be paid in lawful meney. :! These notes will be convertible at the option of the holder at maturity, into six per cent! gold bearing bonds, payable not less than; live nor more than twenty years from tbeirs date, as the Government may elect. They (will be issued in denominations of $50, $100, $500, $ 1.000 and $5,000, and all subscriptions must be for fifty dollars or some multiple of fifty dollars. ' The notes will be transmitted to the owners free of transportation charges as soon after 1he receipt of _thr original Certificates of Deposit as they can be . prepared ' ¦ • ¦' ¦ ¦ '_' • ¦ As the notes draw interest from _Atlfn8t4|> ¦ persons making deposits subsequent* to that" : <l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

From " Ihe Crystal Gem." s&he _^acan. -SFtLrrLfj.. My Friends. 1 have been thinking the matter over and I have come to the conclusion that it might interest you, for a few moments, to hear my biography. A great many years ago there was a little village on a beautiful stream in New England ; bat one thing that the people lacked was a Town Pump, that is one that is free to all. So they called a meeting and chose a very pleasant _epot as near the centre of the village as possible (all of which I have been told since) and erected me, and u very fine pump I was too. I am not disposed to be vain, bat if one is handsome they will find it out sooner or later. For a while after I was erected every person passing had to try the new pump, and of course pronounced it the beat iu the village. Then late, in the summer afternoon would come the tired Iiftie school children ; (bless their dear liule hearts); how they would ran when they came in Bight of me to see who would get the fa'r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

, An -Ossified MjiN.-pTherej is a man residing in Pontage cpunty, Ohio, who, since his fifteenth year, has been almost entirely ossified. At.that_,age he, injnr : ed_t his .knee _^y_, a,fall from his ahorse.< Tjhe ipjqry_._^_aujsftd • _^ossification_^ which, immediately,set in, and in,the coarse of _,fifteen years bad _completed its,terrible w _. ork. _^ HejCan. only mo,ve two iof his, innger,s.jand two _^_qkj bis toes. He ; has, not opened bis.jawsjqr mprejtban . thjir_.ty_, _,years ,t yet st,ih,._manages, JjO _j_^ talk_^ wjth_, ease. His food is place_^within_^hiSjlios _^ and _without inas_^icatiou_, is _conv,ey,ed _,to his stomach., JEte li jBS_^ in _thQ_^ Bam_^ posi-, tion daringr an; entjre day; only changing hiB position once in, twenty-four.,hours., His skin fortunately _retains it_^normal condition. He has . been blind for thirty years, and is .compelled to draw,, upon his memory-for, mental»exercise. .This faculty has become- exceedingly ,tena : cious, He remembe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

Great Coolness.—-An extraordinary affair lately occurred in the town of Orel, in Russia. A great local lan'd owner had a large sum (forty-three thousand silver roubles) to receive through the police office of that town. On-applying for the amount hie was told that the money could not be handed over to him unless he presented the office_, with five thousand silver roubles. _,He refused, and immediately reported -the case to St. Petersburg, and the money was paid over to him. But on the evening of the same day, as he was quietly smoking in his study, a load ring was heard at the bell. The servant, on opening the door, was instantly pinioned, and four men, their faces covered with black crape, rushed into the room and told him he mast hand over his forty-three thousand roubles. With the greatest coolness he went over to his strong box, opened it, seized a revolver which was laid on the top ehelf_, and shot, two of the robbers dead, the other two immediately taking to their heels. On ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

_Q^" officer very stature but very hasty temper waB one day vehemently-scolding at the first soldier of his company, a man of uncommon size. The soldier undured for some .time patiently and even unconcernedly the storm of vituperations rising up to him from his diminutive chief. Finding, however, that instead of abating, the rage . of his officer went on increasing, he quietly said to his next man, "John', go and fetch him a stool; I believe he wants to give me a box on the ear." §g- "Have you relatives in the army ?" asked a second lieutenant of a lady sitting in the car seat with him. ' "Yes." "Your husband?" "Yes; sir." "From what state ?" "Illinois." "Illinois (patronizingly) has sent some fine troo'jfe, ma'am. Your husband wears a-strap, I presume V "Yes1 sir," "Is he with the Potomac Army?" "Yes,air," ,"MayI inquire his name ? I am acquainted with a good many brother officers _thtfre." "Certainly, sir—Ulysses S. Grant:" (Exit lieutenant for smoking car.)' "_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

JOHN BELL. MerchanVTailor, t Cor. of Market-st.,and Elbow Lane, _tyfarietta ,g_< iH_ Vf ATEFU L for part favors I would retuir VJpny thanks to my _numerousfriendi and patrons an_, d inform them that I still continue the old business at the old stand, where I wiir be pleased to see them at all times, and having a full aadaplendid assortment of " ' .«¦ > CLOTHS, ' . CJLSSIMEB.ES Sc _VE&TISGS, " which will be made up to order at_*the _shortes notice by the best of workmen, and pn reasonable terms, I wouldbepleaBed,therefqre,_£o wait upon my old customers and all who see proper to patronize me hereafter. [bct.29-'56. HICKORY & Oak Wood, 60 Cords each Hickory and Oak Wood. Orders must be accompanied with the xashwhen they will be promptly fillec* . Spaugler & Patterson. T)OGER'S Celebrated Peart ! &raent and XV Oil Paste Blacking at '' 7 ** THE GOLDEN MORTAR , SUBSCRIPTIONS received forall»e4 le!aa Jn Periodicals of the day c| ' *¦? ' ¦»¦...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

,. ,. ; PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ONE DOLLAR AND A HALF A YEAR, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. .; i ¦ ." '-*. ¦ ¦ ¦ - •-. ' . • • ••. ¦ . Office in "Droll's How," on Front stieet, five doors East of Flan's Hotel. Single Copies, with, or without Wiappers, _; FOUR CENTS. ' AD_^_ERTrsiNG JRates : _Oni squ _are ' (10 line ' s, ' or less) 50 cents for the first inset: ion and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion ' Professional and Business cai ds, of six lines or less at;_$5,per aanum. Notices in the read ng columns, five cents a-line. Marriages and Deaths; the simple announcement, free ; but for any additional'lines, five cenl a a line. A liberal deduction made to yearly end half y;_earj_#. ,jftdvertisera. Having just added a " Newbury Mountain Jobber Press," together with a large assortment of new Job and Card type, Cuts, Borders, &c, &c, to the Job Office of "The _Mariettian," which will insure the-fne and speedy . execution of all kinds of Job & Card Printing, from the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

Keeping .Cideb.—A Mr. _Hillsboro said at the Farmer's Club recently, that the. best barrel of cider he ever _eaW jhad a handful of alum put in it in November. It did not remain sweet, . but the next sammer.was a most delicious drink. And another ' gentleman recommended the use of .isinglass, both in. the purification of cider and native' wines. We have also seenflaxs _'eedrecommended. ' ^• ._^._rtemus_.WiardsayBc-r_^If I am drafted I will resign. ' Deeply gratefni for the unexpected.,honor .thus conferred upon me, I shall feel compelled tol resign 1 _thtf_^ positfon in"fBivdr'6f some - moVe- w6rthy : pertbn \ • JMofdeBfys is ¦ what) aile me. That's what keeps me ' irlderA

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

'[We copy from the New-York Evening Post, the following stirring patriotic poem, fr6ra the pen of James'_'G.-Clark, author of " Fremont's Uattle Hymn," "The'Ohildren of tho Battlefield,"and "Tjet'nieJ die with myface'to the Foe." Durrng'a recent flying visit to Gotham we made the acquaintance of Mr. Clark and hekrd him sing several bf brs com-•positions ' at "Hope _' _Chapel," during the sitting of the late Health Keform Convention, in New-York. Mr. C. is, unquestionably,5 one of the be_^t song u-riters of tie country, as he is one of the finest song singers we have ever listened to. ' —Editoru _llie Mariettian." 1 t ' , J ©fie t_^oict _af tit _StrrnD.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

OE O: W. WORRALL, _^ SURGEON DENTIST, Having removed to the Rooms formerly _oecupiet by Dr. Swmtzel, adjoining Spongier % Patterson's 8torei Marjkett!treet,\y,hete he is now gf_^jf _^ _k_, prepared to wait on all who may feel _OTfl _SSiSLdisposed to patronize him. ^¦ UT n _* Dentistry jn all Ita 'branchea cartried on. Tebth inserted on the most approved principles of Dental _science. All operations on the mouth performed in a skillful and - workmanlike manner—on fair principles and ON VERY REASONABLE TERMS. > Having determined upon a permanent location at this dW«, would ask a- continuation of the ' lit e? - tonage heretofore ¦ extended to him, for which he will render every possible satisfaction. 83" Ether administered to proper persons.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

<jg" "In youth," says Lord _liacon, "•_vomen are our mistresses ; at a riper age, our companions; in old age, oar, nurses ; and in all ages oar friends." - ' ¦ . ' ¦ ¦ ¦ *» : — : ; 93_F "I wish," said a son of Erin, "I corild find thq place where men don't 41, 6, that I might go and end my .days therei" i

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

Scribther. THE subscriber offers his services to the citizens of Marietta and vicinity, in • CONVEYANCING, ENGROSSING AND COPYING He has kindly been permitted-to refer to ' ; James Duffy, _esq., S. S. Nagle, esq., James Mehatfey, esq., S. F. Eagle & Co., G. W. _Meharfey,esq., S. & B. Hieatand. Can be found at all times, at his dwelling opposite John W. _Click's residence, on Market street, %r at Cfeorge W. Mehaffey_'s Saw Mill, at the Upper Station. '-- ,> JACOB a BUtiKART. ¦ . ' . ¦ _> ¦ - • / % ¦ f- _- i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

_$ttr, _|_3astc an& Scissors. Sarah Jane Smith, of Washington county, Ark., has been sentenced to be hung on the 25th of the present month, by a military commission at St. Louis for cutting government telegraph wires. It is said that 1200 women and children of Chambersburg, are yet without homes—dependent upon the charity of friends. Cannot something be done to relieve them ? . The coolie slave trade is still going on. Vessels under the French flag are continually taking cargoes of coolies from Mi ca > and Canton to Cuba. : . The entire vote of Pennsylvania at the. October election was as follows :— Union, 255,981;; Democratic, 241,122 ; Union majority, 13,859. . It is a significant fact that the late Presidential canvass, has been the means of depriving the army of two of its waking major-generals—McClellan and Fremont. ' ¦ -; . ? ; ' T »s A young nobleman just dead in Lon don had his life insured for half a mil lion of dollars. * . Abraham Lincoln is the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

_gy A frightful affair occurred in Jersey City, on Saturday, when an _Iais_^- man named Bernard Fitzpatrick, residing at No. 113 Morgan _st., while under the influence of liquor, threw a stove-lid at his wife, accidently striking bis infant daughter in the head, dashing out its brains, and causing death half an hour later. An inquest wa3 held by Coroner Farrell, and a verdict rendered in accordance with the above facts. — ¦ »«. —: _ _ifil* The Louisville Democrat of Wednesday says that the Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky, R. T. Jacob; who was recently ordered through the Confederate lines by the military authorities of that State, is now at Gallipolis, Ohio. The rebel,authorities refused to receive the exile, saying that "they do opt intend to let President Lincoln make a Botany Bay of the South." _g£_^ Hon. William . Moorehead_, who has so ably filled the position of President of the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad Company for a number of years_, has resigned, and left for Europ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

_CT There is considerable feelisg in regard to the new Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Several names besides that of Mr. Chase have been named as likely to be appointed to this high position ; but it is believed, nay it is regarded as altogether certain that the late Secretary of the Treasury—of all men perhaps the most suitable—will be appointed. The country expects it, and it is not at all probable that the expectations of the country will be disappointed. m_+ 7-— . 0* The New York Times thinks that Secretary _Fessendeo will not retire from the Treasury, as Mr. Hamlin will be a candidate for his place in the Senate, and that nothing but positive failure of _healjth will jnatify Mr. Stanton's withdrawal from the War Department. The vacant, Chief-Ju3tice-ship will be filled from a Western State, and this may lead to the resignation of the Secretary of the Interior. 97* Mr. _Upsbur, Secretary of the Interior, will be appointed Judge of the United States D...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

The next _Cbiep Justice :—In the New York _Independent, a leader concludes thus : "The duty of filling the Supreme Bench .of the United States with a man who, succeeding Tsney_, shall revive Marshall. De Tocqueville has drawn a striking, almost an alarming, picture of the political power of the judiciary in this country, and the immense influence of the Supreme Court. Thomas Jefferson uttered a sorrowful prophecy that ' the liberties of this nation would probably suffer more from encroachment by the Supreme Court than from any other cause. Is not our recent national history darkened with , the shame of a Chief Justice who tamed back Liberty upon the dial of the world? That court will be called upon before long to deal with the most momentous questions it can ever handle—questions involving the dearest rights of millions of human beings, the sacred honor of the Government, and the entire future of the Republic. If .'the next Chief Justice of the United States should have either a w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

MAEIETTA MAEBIE YARD. " _Michael Gable, Agt, . MARBLE MASON AND STONE CUTTER. Opposite the Town Hall Park, _^ Marietta, Pa. _p|-j_[ npHE Marble business in all its branches, 8 will be con-tinued at the old place, near the Town Hall and opposite Funk's Cross Keys Tavernwhere every description of _marble work will be kept._on hand or made to order at short notice and at very reasonable prices. Marietta, June 29,1861.• 49-ly . First National Bank of Marietta T'HIS BANKI_^G "Ab : So _' ciATION HAVING COMPLETED ITS OnGANIZATIOl* is mow prepared to transact all _kieds of BANKIN G BUSINESS. T]ie Board of Directors meet weekly,- ou _W_^_ineaday, f °r discount and other business Jkr'Bank Hours : From 9 a . m to 3 p. m_. a _* _*J _P_^N : HOLLINGER5 _Phesidehiv AMOS BOWMAN, Cashier. ,. Marietta, July 25, 1863. _DRTj . Z. HOFFJ_5R, - : _. DENTIST, _^_tg_^-S1 Op the Baltimore _Coileoe •_Uallff . OF _DKNTAL SURGERY, LATE OFjaARRISBTJRQ. O FFICE:—Frout street , next door to R. Williams ' Drug St...

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