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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 10 November 1860

• _*.. . nr. w _vitltAJuL , SURGEON _QENT1ST MABKET _STBEIT, ACJOI1TINO CAMEL'S STORE MARIETTA , FA. _fiJT,_hVER -f _%-Pff?^011 _*1 servici-s to the V/pubhc and wiU be happy to wait on all who '£2_^ ro_»_y P»tron«e him . Denti8 try in all _(_gff_^_yi U» branches parried on. nmvo . . . _Teeth inserted on the most approved principles of Dental Science.- . Adi operauons on ibe mouth performed in a _sWHfuI and workmanlike manner-on fair brincin es and reasonable terms. , Having dei"2ed "Pona Permanent location in tag SI?at the old stand , would ask a _conUnuauS of the liberal patronage heretofore _extendedflo_?hiuihaving studied under a celebrated -radSatloi in aU htancheV_^f _tlfe p_^_ftssWnT 5aU8faCUOn Refers to I)r. 11. L. _McClellain , D. D. S. ' . Dr. H. B. Dunlap, D. D S _> P. Hinkle ,M. D. ' i. H. Grove , M. D Smith Armor , M. D. ' _JEy_*Ether administered to proper persons

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 10 November 1860

_, _. _NE_?? DRTia STORE, MARKET1 STREET; MARIETTA, PA _TTYR. J, H. GROVE ' aiAi _Harrisos & I / Roth having formed a co-porlnmr- S ahip for the purpose of conducting the -<Srj- ' ' DB,UG * PERFUMERY - ' _^ft_^_ybusiness, _undei the firm of GHO-VE AND ROTH, hereby announce to- the citizens of Marietta and vicinity that they have just completed their purchases, which they they now ofler for sale, being a complete _asssortraeat of ¦ • _^ Drug*, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints,: Otis, Varnishes, Dye-Stuffs, Glass , Whitelead, _^Brushes of oil kinds,, and everything usually kept by druggists and .apothecaries._^ > An assortment of all kind of LAMPS',, for Doming Fluid, Pine Oil or Coal Oil. Lamp Tops, Wicks and Oils constantly on hand. A nicely selected lot of all kinds of STATIONARY,~F.nvelopesPensPen-hoiders , Inks, &£.', of all grades and at all prices. ' _^Perfumery, -Pomade's, Soaps, Tooth Washes and _A &_% endless variety, of Fancy and Toil...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 10 November 1860

"Quick sales and small profits. " GEQ. H. ETTLA, LtriVIBEIR, Jih-jbei* j|ij_3 '' 6oai.£lob)Ji)i8sioi) _^T_^ci_^j)^ Marietta, Lancaster County., Pqi "T7"ARB on the River Bank, opposite the old JL and well .known " Fluhy's Hotel." Having opened a Yard for the. transaction of a Commission Business, I would respectfully solicit consignments, and pledge myself to use iny utmost exertions-for the best interest of my patrons. I feel assured ofmyability to1 obtain the highest market rates aud effect sales of all articles that may be entrusted to my care. I will be ready at all simes to make purchases or attend to any bu* tiness the public may feel disposed to place in my charge, and all instructions punctually catried out. Advances made on consignments. January 21, 1860.-1 _y*

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 10 November 1860

¦ •¦ 'MarHhe'_^U)iiph:\Ml" Marietta; Ph. rpHE undersigned hi_$B2 made arragements Jt with a Vermont Mayble Quarry to get his stock direct will be enabled to do all kinds of work in bis _line at very reasonable rates. ' He Will keep constantly on hand, or made to •rder at short notice, all kinds of ' 'Mantles, Monuments, **' Enclosures, Grave Stones ¦ Door and Windoio SillsT Steps and _everything in'his line of business manv* iacturedi- of. the .finest Italian and _(American narbles, which he will sell at such prices as cannot fail to render satisfaction, and only asks a ' fair trial 'of the public before purchasing dlse vhere. • ' Letter Cutting of all kinds done atthe-shortes notice and on the most reasonable _tesms.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 10 November 1860

EUREKA MILLS, Marietta, Lancaster Co., Pa. rpHOMAS C. CHILD, Agt., has constantly J_[ on hand, or _Manufactured to order, all kinds of SASH, DOORSBLINDS, Shutters, _frc, Ifc. All orders addressed to Mehapfey , _Hotttz & Co., for any of the above articles, or for Bill Stuff, Timber Girders, Lath, Pickets, Pales, Shingling Lath, Floor BoardsWeather Boarding, White Pine Shingles, or Lumber will el ways meet with prompt attention, and be supplied on as favorable terms as from any other establishment in the country. A liberal discount off" for cash. BOHLEN'S long celebrated GIN, _BENJAMIN &¦ CO

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 10 November 1860

c V j _XXfneods and tke public that Iher still continue the WATCH rrnnlr _£»/ v E _£ Y bumneS8 at the old A full assortment of goodl in omlin_?of bu_« prg_^ff"** _"_^ toWtnaUy by the _5_^_lf l?^i__ . . ES»w: J. _Zah_*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 10 November 1860

A TTENTION! Housekeepers. Anderspn J\_ has just received Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Dates, PruensCitron, Basins, Currants, &c, &c,, Fiesh and fine—cheap, and cheaper than the cheapest at Anderson 's. TTLLAVOURrNG EXTRACTS: • _JP Vanilla, Strawberry, Pine Apple, s _^Almond, Rose, Lemon, Just rectivfd and for saU at Groi* a, - Roth's.

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 10 November 1860

_^ITALL PAPERS.—We have justreceived _Jf\ another supply from the New York and Philadelphia manufactories. Purchasers can rely upon the newest styles, which will be told _ocusually lew at J. R. _Dilfenbaclrs.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 17 November 1860

For" The Weekly Mariettian."] SONG OP THE FREE. Respectfully dedicated to the Mai ietta Wide Awakes. BY A MEMBEH Tune -.—"Few Days. " Wide Awakes, so bold and free, In few days, in few days—You make theVelkin ring with glee, Lincoln ' s going home. Your champion is a man of fame, Many days, many days—Pure and spotless is his name, Lincoln ' s going home. Chorus: He is going home, to Washington, In few days—in few days-Raise your voices loud and long For Lincoln _>s going home. All that work in the Mine and _Miji _^ _, , - Labor free—labor free, Went for Abe with a right good will, Lincoln ' s going home. The Manufacturers of the land, He'll protect,—he'll protect, With all the Patriots hand in Land, Lincoln ' s going home. Chorus: He is going home, to Washington, In few days—in few days-Raise your voices loud and long, For Lincoln ' s goiug home. In the White House he'll take his seat, In few days—in few days—He'll give you then "Protection'' right, Lincoln ' s goin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 17 November 1860

Appalling Death from Hydrophobia. —A death from _hydrophobia occurred at the Almshouse on Thursday a-week ~ says the Philadelphia North American of Tuesday last, that presented most shocking symptoms of that inscrutable disease. By some medical authorities it is contended that hydrophobia is a fable. In the present instance it was a most appalling reality, and was the more so as it was the first case that ever _occurred at the Almshouse. The victim was one Mary Dietrich, an industrious German washerwoman, who lived in Jefferson street in the Nineteenth ward. Three months ago, while hanging out clothes in a yard, a pet dog sprang at her and bit her arm. A physician afterwards applied caustic to the wound, and cicatrized the flesh almost to the bone.— This operation, however, was of no avail. The virus must have entered into the circulation and there laid dormant until last Wednesday, when the unfortunate woman went into spasms at the sight of water. She was sent to the Almshous...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 17 November 1860

The Wages of Treason.—Treason does not "pay," even in South Carolina.-Hear the financial history of the Chariest ton Mercury, from its own lips: How is it with the Southern presses, faithful to the rights and institutions of the South . ? Take the Charleston Mercury, which, for thirty-five years, has been a prominent press in the South—what has been the fate of its editors ? The first ruined ; the second barely earned a narrow subsistence ; the third injured, but sold out in time ; the fourth died a ruined man. The fifth is our humble selves, of whom we will say nothing, What paper at the North has brought to the public understanding more ability, eloquence, or fidelity than the Charleston Mercury, (we speak, not of ourselves) ? There ha-vS been brains and labor enough in itt,to have amassed a dozen .fortunes. ¦ Yet how meagre has been;the public patronage conferred upon it compared with its. Nortljern,contemporaries ! How many tens of thousands of dollars due to it have been lo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 17 November 1860

Mr. Editor.—An aged friend who passionately loves floyersj asked me if I thought there were any in Heaven, and I answered her thus_, after half an hours consideration. Yes, there are flowers divinely fair Where Jesus and His people "are—In Eden—Heaven ' s bright parterre There must be flowers in Heaven. The beautiful and good of Earth Are there in bright array set forth—And every thing of holy worth—There ' s surely flowers in Heaven. God's people love the flowers here, Each tiny leaf to them is dear And halo'd by a holy sphere—These flowers must bloom in Heav ' n. No imperfections to them cling, They seem to be a holy thing And of a Holy Spirits bring—Transplanted here from Heaven. A boon His people may enjoy-To rear them, find a sweet employ With naught unholy to annoy And may enjoy in Heaven. Each lovely tint that decks the rose As e ' en the tiniest flower that grows Its makers great perfection shows—And He ' s supreme in Heaven. Then why may not his works be there Which e '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 17 November 1860

Rev. Mr. Guinness.—The same account which brings us the news that the celebrated Irish preacher, says Forney's Press, was to sail in the Great Eastern for America, conveys to us the intelligence of his intended marriage on the 2d instant. Judging from the furore of admiration, if that is a proper phrase, created by the eloquent young divine among the ladies, during his late visit to this country, Miss Fitzgerald, the intetuled bride, will be almost envied for her fortune, especially by the overkiud but indiscreet young lady, who, whilst Mr. G. was stopping in _Philadelphia. addressed to the latter a note, in which she averred her family connection to be one of position, respectability, and wealth, and with it tendering her hand, her heart, and her wealth to the captivating preacher, and requesting an answer. The reply of Mr. Guinness to this indiscreet overture, we are informed, was as follows : "I came to America not to seek a wife, but to preach the Gospel. Your note strikes m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 17 November 1860

Emancipation of Slaves.—The New York correspondent of the Boston Journal states the following ;—-"Adams and Co.'s express office, New York, was a scene of much excitement on Monday. Among the freight that came on from the South were three slaves, a mother and two children, all bound to Newport, and consigned to the care of Rev. Mr. Brooks. The daughter, nineteen years of age, is quite white. The boy is not more than five, and is black as charcoal. It appears that their home is in Mobile, who is old and and their mistress, quite unwell, resolved to free the family, and not knowing what might befall the family after death, saw her intention put in execution before her death. The girl is finely educated, speaks French and German very fluently, and in) ends to keep school. The party- start. to-night for Rhode Island. The family attracted much attention while in the office, and answered all the questions put to them by visitors. The mother liked the South, and said the colored people...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 17 November 1860

Murder will Odt.—Some nine years ago, we think, Coroner Pullis held an inquest on the body of a woman named Mary McKinney, who was found dead in the Feeder, near ot directly under Clarissa street bridge. It was . supposed at the time that the deceased met with her death by falling off the bridge while intoxicated. It is now currently reported about the streets that the woman was murdered. It is said that one Finnegan, the same man who eloped with Mrs Mc-Laughlin af ew days since told confidentially to several friends that he, with a man named William Cooney, who died in Cincinnati during this last summer, on the night the woman was killed successively ravished her, and then both left her; but after going a short distance, Cooney turned about, went back and pushed the woman off the bridge into the Feeder, not thinking but that she would be able to get out, as the water was low at the time. If memory serves us right, we think the decease was found in an ° inverted position, with h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 17 November 1860

%\t WSMs Itotftm IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURD AY , BY J&tedotLd k ££> /tg-a/_vet _, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. TVUBLICATION OFFICE in the second stojfry of Ckulv's Row, on Front Street, five "dow* East of Mrs. Flury_'s Hotel , MA»IETTA) Lancaster County, Penn ' a. If _subscriptions be not paid within six months, $ 1.25 will be eharged, 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 fov the first insertion and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. Professional and Business cardsof six lines or less ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 17 November 1860

Americans in Paris.—'r Sfalafeor?j" writes in his last letter to the New York Times:—At last Sunday's race at the _Bois de Bologna, a _yotfng American who was present on horseback,: Mr: Mayo, of Rielimand, Ya., had the two bones of his leg broken and splintered by a fall Of his horse. Mr. Mayo, who is the nephew of Mrs. Gen. Win field Scott, had taken a passage with Mrs. Scott for the next trip of the Adriatic from Havre to New York, but this accident will of course prevent the voyage so far as regards Mr. Mayo. Mrs. Scott will go home under the protection of Colonel Lay, of the .United States army, who has just finished a European tour. Mrs. Scott; whose; health is better in the climate of France, has lived in Paris-many years, and has not made a.visit:home since 1850.; Mrs. Commodore Stewart has also, resided permanently in Paris for a great many years/' C ' "' ¦' ¦;' ¦ ' ' ¦ _- '[ ¦-¦ ' _* '?*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 17 November 1860

Calhoun's Widow : A correspondent of the Baltimore Sun writes from Washington : "Mrs. John C. Oalhoun, relict of the distinguished Senator from South Carolina, has been for some time on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Clemson, near Bladensburg_. She leaves to-morrow for her Southern home. Mrs. ;Calhoun is now sixty-eight years of age, with an eye scarcely dimmed by age, cheerful in conversation, andrefers with pleasure to her many valued associations during former residences in Washington and Georgetown. The lady of the departed statesman does not choose to trouble herself with politics, and within the past few weeks she has wrought, and exhibits to h ' erfriendSj'alarge and splendid curtain of crachet work, doae with her own hands, 'and without the aid of glasses,' adding that 'this was but the first of ten which she had undertaken.''

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 17 November 1860

UNHEALTHINESS • OF HOT BREAD. —- When will our good housewives learn the science of preparing and setting forth only healthy food. Hot bread and saleratus cakes ought to be indicted for murder, in the second degree. Hot bread never digests. Bear this in mind, reader, if you are accustomed to eat the light and tempting biscuit at tea, or the warm loaf that looks so appetiziog upon the breakfast table. After a long season 01 tumbling and working about in the stomach it will begin to ferment, and will eventually be passed out of the stomach as an unwelcome tenant of that delicate organ, but never digests-—never becomes assimilated to, or absorbed by, the organs that appropriate nutrition to the body. - It is a firstrate dyspepsia producer, and should be ignored by all who are afflicted with, or wish to avoid, that terrible disease.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 17 November 1860

^•M r. Ralph Farnum's claims to being considered the oldest _Revolutionary veteran now living are contested. Mr. Nathan Dean, who was a soldier in 1776, and fought through the war, is now in his one hundred and tenth year. g3- The rao3t important lesson of life is to know how to be happy within ourselves/ when home is our comfort, and all that is in it. Do not refine away happiness by thinking that which is good may be better; _®-Woman is like ivy—the more you are ruined the closer she clings to you. A vile bachelor adds: "Ivy is like a woman—the more it clings to you the more you are ruined." \_Po6r rule that wont work both wars.

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