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

<g" Zachary Taylor Edwards, a grandson of Gen. Taylor, was killed about midnight last Friday night in Hard in county, Ky. With six companions he went to the house; of John Tabor, and demanded admittance, which was refused., They then fired a volley of musketry into the house. : One of the inmates returned, the fire with a shot gun, and killed.Edwards. • The other.scoundrels fled;; .¦•-.; ,. • ¦ -. .. ¦• 48* A woman in Brooklyn, hearing that her husband was killed at Fisher's Hill, bought a coffin, and made preparations to wake and bury him, but, on Receiving a'letter from her ' huBband, concluded she wouldn't, put the coffin up at raffle, anil the winner, not liking a man in that ward, sent the _coSSb to bis house, preceded by a hand-organ, playing "Hail Columbia." US* The Louisville Journal, so long the leader of public opinionin"Kentucky, under the gifted "Prentice, now admits that' Slavery in Kentucky and everywhere else is doomed. This had been the honest'conviction o...

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 December 1864

Tlie <3rla,te DE_^_erry_. HOWE & STEVEN'S Celebrated Family Dye Colors, warranted to be fast, st THJSGOLDENMORTAR S. S. RATHVON_, Merchant Tailor, ang Clothier, At F. J. KrampTCs _. Old Stand, on the Cor ner of North Queen and Orange Streets, Lancaster, Perm1 a. _JT\ R A T E F U L to the Citizens of Marietta i\£JF and vicinity, for the liberal patronage heretofore extended, the undersigned respectfully solicits a continuance of the same; assuring them, that under, all, circumstances, no efforts will be spared in rendering a satisfactory equivalent forevery act of .confidence reposed. ... Cloths, Cassimeres a w b Vzstings, and Biich other seasonable material as fashion and the market furnishes , constantly kept on hand and manufactured to order, promptly, and reasonably, as taste or style may suggest. AlSOj—HEADV-KADE "CLOTHING, 1 Gentlemen '_s FurnishingGooods and such articles as usually belong to a Merchant _Tailoring and Clothing establishment. TTOWARD ASSO...

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

Winter G-ocdl_^ i WE have lately received from the Kasurmarkets, a lar<ju assortment of Fall and Winter Goods, that _lvere purchased (luring the Gold panjr when pri( es had touched tlie bottom ; Wl. Hr ' therefore, prepared to furnish all kinds of _nur " chandiee much below the present market vai!ie OUR STOCK COMPRISES ALL GRADES OF CLOTHS, Cassimeres and Vestings, Over-Coatino_^ Fancy Cassimeres, for full suits, AND FOR BOYS WEAR, Cassintits and Jeans, Ladies Cloaks and _Cloaking Cloths, A full line of French _Mericoes, Coburgs and Alpacas in all colors , Rich Plaid and Biqcade Lustres, Plain and Fig'd Wool or mixed _DeLaines, Superior Mourning ;Dei.aine» k Alpacas , A large assortment of Merrimack Prints, Scotch Plaid and Plain Dress and Skirt Flanne!s, Long and Square Shawls, in great _rarieir _, Sacking and Shirting Flannels, _Larpe and Small Balmorals, Washington Skeleton Skirts, the. best article in the market—every Skirt guarrantccd, French Corsets, Traveling Ove...

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

Size of St. Pktkr's Church at Rome. —Presidect _FairQeld, in endeavoring to give au idea of the size of St. Peter's Church in Rome, refers particularly to the' dome, which is of massive stone work, and supported by four large columns and arches connecting them. Each of these four pillars, he says, occupies as much space in the church as an edifice eighty feet long and fifty feet wide ; which is larger, probably, than any church building in the United States outside of the principal cities. The dome, if provided with seats as economically as Spurgeoa's chapel in London, would bold six thousand persons-, and if lifted from the top of St. Peter's, and let down over Henry Ward Beecher's church, in Brooklyn, would cover it completely, without touching it in any part. And yet it does not appear too large for the edifice on which it stands ; and the immense columns which support it are but little in the way in the interior of St. Peter's. . o «¦ d_£~ Thf> colored laborers, in nu...

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

_(_$* A most diabolical attemptx was made on Friday night last, to burn down the city of New York. Ten or a dozen hotels and other large buildings were simultaneously set on firo, leaving no doubt of a pre-concerted plan . to burn the city, evidently done by rebel emissaries. The efforts of the conspirators being in each case foiled, by the early discovery of the fires, and before they had gathered any dangerous strength. The plan of operations seems to have been for the incendiary to pile together in some one of the upper rooms of a hotel bed clothes and other combustible materials, and having soaked them with turpentine or sprinkled them with phosphorus, to Bet them on fire ; then having locked the door, to disappear, taking the key with him. The hotels fired were the St. Nicholas, Astor, Metropolitan, St. James* Howard, Lafarge, New England, United States, Brandretb_, Fifth Avenue, French's, Belmont. Barnum's Museum, Wallach's Theatre. A number of arrestB have been made, bat as...

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

_fjT Congress will meet on Monday next. There will doubtless be a quorum on the first day, and the President's Message will be sent in on Tuesday at oon. Its main contents can only be _irueseed at.—That it will recommend, the passage of an amendment to the Constitution providing for the total abolition of slavery, throughout the United States,thereisevery probability. That it will also refer to another invitation to the rebels to lay down their arms and submit to the laws, by the eighth day of January next, is also probable. The resources of the country with respect to the supply of men and money to 'meet all demands in the present great emergency, will form an important part of the document. Nobody can doubt the broad and consistent loyalty of this State paper in every respect, or that it will fully meet every expectation and requirement of the expressed sentiment of the nation.

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

_@> The case of Mrs. Sarah Hutching, of Baltimore, who has been convicted by the military commission of sending arms to Harry Gilmore, and sentenced to five year's imprisonment, attracts much attention and strong efforts are being made to procure a. mitigation of her punishment. Many of the most earnest portion of-the loyal citizens of Baltimore earnestly protest against any such leniency, considering that the social position of the lady should not shield her from the .full responsibility, and that her offence, in extending aid and encouragement to such a public enemy, freebooter, and highwayman as Gilmo ' r_, was an act not only against the nation, but the State of Maryland—a high crime, meriting the most rigorous punishment—such as will deter many other of her _sox in that city and State from like offen_«flfl

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

Death of Senator Hammond.—The Richmond Whig records the death, on the 13th inst., of ex-Governor James Hamilton Hammond, of South Carolina, at the age of fifty-seven years. He had been a prominent nulli&er in youth, and was a life-long advocate of slavery. To his writings and speeches 1 the country owes much of the bad feeling which brought on the rebellion. His famous speech wheroin he declared that free laborers of all classes were "the mudsills of society," will long be remembered, and its influence in stirring up the indignation of all the sons of toil, will not soon cease. He had been Governor of South Carolina, and a Representative and Senator at Washington. Since the opening of the war, which he helped to bring about, he ha9 remained in retirement.

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

_®_T Rebel Vice President Stephens is out in another letter, in which" he say3: ; "The old Union and the old Constitution are both dead, dead forever, except in so far as the Constitution has been preserved by us. There is for the Union a* it was no resurrection by any power short of that which brought Lazarus from the tomb. There may be, and doubtless are, many at the North and some at the South, who look forward to a restoration of the Union and the Constitution as it was ; but such ideas are as vain and illusory as the dreamy imaginings of the Indian warrior, who in death clings to his weapons in fond expectation that he will have use for them beyond the grave in other lands and new hunting grounds."

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

TjVyRE & LAN DELL, VI Fourth and Arch streets, PHILADELPHIA. CATER FOR THE BEST TRADE, AND OFFER NO BAITS OR DECEPTIONS TO INDUCE CUSTOM BUT RELY ON SftcLuf- 0DeaJlna SL t&aad _jZacda Best Merinoes, Fashionable Silks, Nobility Plaids, Pirn's t'oplins, Dark Foulards, 2-igured Merinoes, Good Blankets, Plaid Shawls. We " follow gold down, as close as we Jollow it uji. Now is a good time for AJerchuntsand _Cmtwners to com* in. October 8, _lS64.-2m._l

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

2_f<. _*£ /g.aJ_*_ct .Scrtbfncr <m& ©_tmbrjiiTuctr. Would most respectfully take this means of informing Jus friends and the public jreneralJy that lie has commenced the drawing of DEEDS, ¦:.:•; ¦ - _MORTGAGES. JUDGMENTS, and in fact everything in the Convf.yakcino line. Maying gratuitous intercourse with a member _.of the Lancaster Bar, will enable him execute instruments of writing with accuracy. 23= He can bo found at the office of "The Mari _. ettjan ," on Front street, or at his residence on Market street, h a square west of the " Donegal House," Marietta. Jd_= Blank Deeds, Mortgages, Judgments and Leases always on hand and for sale.

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

®* Mr. Ten Broeck.. the American horse jockey of England is about to retire from the turf, His horses are advertised for sale in one; lot. ' _<o ¦• _; _®- Montgomery Blair will run for Senator in Governor Hicks' place, the latter taking tbe Baltimore post office. «g" The remains of five Revolutionary soldiers were found at Winter Hill, near 3oston,, a few days ago.

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

Ik §§»mtti»tt. F. L. _gaiter, Editor. MARIETTA. PA: _gfedusdau ;, <3)ec£jmhj>jf- S, _IXbA.

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

For the use of Merchants, O r u g g i sts and all business and _professionable men who wish to do their own printing, neatly and cheaplv; Adapted to the printing o f Handbills, Billheads, Circulars, PORTABLE PRINTING OFFICES. Labels, Cards and Small Newspapers. Full instructions accompany each office enabling a boy ten years old to werk them successfully. Circulats sent free. Specimen sheets of Type , Cuts, &c., 6 cents. Address, ADAMS' PRESS CO. 31 Park Row, !N. Y., and 55 Lincoln-st., Boston, Mass. 26 1y

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

«" . Exc_^ent these,hard times is the name of a St. Louis firm—Grinn & Barrett. . , ' , t ' _,

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

Patterson _cfc Co NO. 66_i MARKET STREET, marietta*. p a. _^^^ De _alerTTn foreign & dom est ic _^j£ajnluiat-e. Keep constantly on band % fall stock ot !V) _> ding Material . Nails, r\ LOCKS, _HINGES, ' _^ GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, WHITE LEAD, a Superior artiomc of Ckmkst_, .&c, _O IRON: Hulled and IMutw»ri.i Iron, Steel, Horse-Sht>e Bur. * . Norway Nail Rods, Hoop and Kami W ., llorsc-Shoc Nails, Bolts, Files, Hasps. l:c. HOUSE-KEEPMG GOODS. Ff RST-CLASS JCOOICI NO AND HARLOR STOVES, _ltANGES,—1| Tubs, Churns, Ccdai Stands, _^5? Wash Boards, Duckets, Knives and Forks,. 0Lu.Ic.lL &L_^ _4L±cJ1c _gf/iams_, Sad Irons, Kraut _Cir.ters Waiters, Itm.-.- ,;l-Copper Kt'llk_* Clothe* VVrin_^trs. Cans, " Iron Ladle», Moat Stands, Coal _tM *' Lamps, _Mm<tesand Lanterns, Tiu _fecttlcs_, _ColFcc Mills, 1_'aintcil Chamber Setts, &c, &c. Forks, Shovels, Hoes, Spades, Horse Brush*-*, VVhecl Grease, Fwh, Spenn and Lu!<ru: O...

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

_1H|h. d. benjamin ¦K8_HK DEA1 ER IN WINES & LIQUORS, Ficot Building, Marietta, fa. BEGS leave to inform the public thai Liwill continue the WINE it _LIQUOR lm>iness, in all its branches. He _wilj _consiiuniv keep on hand all kinds oi Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch Whiskey, Cordials. Bitters, ifc, BENJAM_(N?S Justly Celebrated Rose Whisky, ALWAYS ON HAND . A very superior OLD RYE WHISKEY ust received, which is warranted pnre. S3" All H. D. B. now asks of the puMic is a careful examination of his stock and prices, which will, he is confident, result in Ho tel keepers and others finding it to their advantage to make their purchases from _/ inr ,

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

1864. _jPaiiL. 1864 $Cf INTERESTING' TO ALL! _^_CS . T" ETTERS REMAINING unclaimed in the I a Post Office at Muiietta, Pa., Thursda y , December, 1, IS6-1. •Brooks, Harry McGill, Thomas Burger, Michael McMichael, J. ' .L. Ger. Farer, Havior, Pilim. Peter Gray, Miss 14 _tjliielienelauce, Fred Gray, Miss Sarah Tyson, William Jaciint, Chas. VV ' .. Ulmcr, Joseph Mills, A. J. Esq. : ¦fl3=* To obtain an1 }' of these letters, the applicant must; call for _" advertised letters," give the date of this list, and pay one cent for advcrtUiug. ABRAHAM CASSEL, P. M. Bank _Dividend. THE _FIRSTTNATIONAlTBANKof Marietta has declared a semi-annual dividend cf 5 per centum, for the-past six months payable on demand, at the counter of the Bank AMOS BOWMAN. Cashier. Marietta, December 3; 1S6-J. T_^STRAY.—Came to the premises of Henry _jjj _.Siiltzbach deceased, residing at the edge of the Borough of Marietta, on Wednesday, _November '23d instant, THREE HOGS, two of them quite large—one a Sow, w...

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

_pHR DAY, DECEMBER 3, 1864. An Advertising Swindle - .—About a nonth ago, says the Lancaster Inquirer, .w9 P ub_)i3_had a New York Advertisenent headed "At Wholesale bnly" and _offering to furnish watches and jewelry !t very low prices; the advertisement _raa signed by T. & H. Gaughan, 71G Jroadway New York. From developnenta since made we have ascertamed hat the whole thing is an unmitigated _fewindle and we therefore caution our readers to beware of the concern. From a New York gentleman we learn that T. & H- Gaughan are myths and that No. 716 Broadway is occupied by one of the worst class, Peter Funk, irock auction, gift enterprises." We were "taken in and done for" by this same swindling concern; we caution our readers to beware of the concern. Remember T. & B. Gaughan. t _t^* Mr. James . Shultz, sold bis farm,—tho late Major Frederick Ha\_nes place—adjoining this borough. to. James Duffy, on Monday last. Price, $225: per acre. Mr, John Kline bad ...

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

ih'o&fjcciiis of _XIjj _flhKlricus) _fttfiw/)_- ' TUP. AMERICAN ARTISAN is a journa devoted to fostering the interests of Artisans at.d Manufacturers, _encouragim: the genius of Inventors, and protectuii, ' the _limits of Patentees. It is published every \\ ednosday morning, at No. 212 Broadway (corner ot Fultofi Street), New Yoik_, by BROWN, COOMBS & CO., Solicitors of American and Foreign Patents. The Proprietors of the American Artisan respectfully announce that on May H _» ls 'ii_> the} issued Wwfirst number of that journal; and they confidently believe that, utter the p iblic have carefully perused and duly digested its varied and valuable _contents, it will be unanimously declared to,be more instructive and interesting thai any other weekly periodical of similar character published in either the United States or Europe. _During _tiie next twelve months the American Artisan will contain numerous Original _Engravings and Descriptions of _I_^ew Machin...

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