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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

.B§_tP$$4a&— ^• •i ich r'inah _Wanted to tiire a9r tP cifa_^hUan' floine5 skilful driver Vfno _cVtfrd _niabag_^ "a pair of spirited tiorses. * AJt _' _^ tliB ' _hgiar he appointed, four men came to.-try, to. get the place.-r-Turning tp,,the ,_qn(e, _nearest him, he said : iuf'Hpjw_, ,_near Qan_^_you_' .drive to a precipibe and no t go over?" • "Oh( !" answered the mac, - "1 can go wifhlttthfee feet of it." • Th_' e'tfe ' coh'd1 man said: _ - 'Sure, aqd I _fiap, go within twp feet 8_^the * bank."( .-i _i (But whilst-he-was speaking 1 , •«? strong man; <wlth a brawny arm, ' lifted his head and aaidr' i, . ;' ' ¦ "Indeed, I have been Bix inches from_, _tite _vji_^y_^eago a^' ,drove away safe." xTha_.gen_.tieman _^ _^ _tujned \o the only one, who had | np_/t y,et spoken, a small, mild 7t l,qoking, .matr,1 iwhom the: others thought would never be in their way. _IVhiiarthe said i-'< i ¦ ' i _rvl suppose you'can go nearer than _tha t^' _"li n -:: ' ' ; ' : ' / ¦ MJN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

Bitter "V_^irL© of • *¦- •;hk-j:sl' ' s BiTTHa wise of-.-irgk. A PURE and powerful TONIC, _Corrective and Alterative, ot _wonderful efficacy in iiatjisca of the _Stumacli, Liver and Bowels. «:urcs _rf . Dj' _sriepsla, ' " f ,,): -. Liver Complaints * Headuche, General f" • D8bihty, _Neivbusness, De-. . . _pression of Spirits, Constipation, Intermittent Fever,, < Acidity _otjhe Stomach,1 Nausea, ' Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weightr' in tlie_^_fetomach, j&iiiltiHg.o _' r. Fluttering _dt the1 Pit of the f A_^_Stomach _^ Swimming of the Head, Difcult Jtreatliing_, Yellowness of the Skin and Eye' s, Fevei and Dull pains in the'Head, _v .Pain in> t_^ie Side, _\l '>, hack, ' Chest and ' . ¦ ¦"¦ '_-> .' ' "Limbs.1 "" It will cure every _castfof Chronic' or NeTvous Debility, Diseases of the _Kidriej s, " a_*hd Diseases arising from' a disordered Stomach,' Good fir1 'Male or Fe-•m'ale, Old'oi'Young. ¦Thernost-beiieficial rfiedicine known ; g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

! . _PUKlilSHED WEKKLY ' 'i ' /_git J9H _&: l&cilzef-, ' It one dollar ' and _Vhalt a_._tjbar_, _Pa yable in; advance. ,l ¦ Office in -_'_^Ornll's How," _'dri' Front 'stt eet, five l% 0 i _. _dqprp East of _Filuci's Hotel. Single Copies, with, or without Wiappers, FOUR'OENTS. a • APY-ERTisiNG Hates:, ;.<)nei squire/ (10 lines _^ or /ess);50 cents-for, the first insei. ion and 25 cenis for each sub,_peqy,e,n_^ _insertion Professional and Business caids, of six lines or less at 65 pe ' r_'aniium. Notices in * trie road tig col" urrins _*, five ' ecntba-line:' Mainagesancl DeatHs, 1he simple ahnouricemerii, ' free ' ; butior' any nadditiffbalMlines,i fiVe cents a line. ,? ' _, A liberal deduction made to yearly pud .half yearly advertisers. ,, Having just added a "'Newbury Moun-¦• ¦_fXiN _Jobber Press,"' together with'a large aasortfnent'of new Job and Card type,1 Cuts, llorders, &c, _Ss ' c, to the'Job Office ofi_^TiiE Mariettian," which will ins...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

' The _MoTHER _^ -r-Despise not thy mother when she is old. 'Age may wear and w_^_aste _annottoeds beautystrength, limbs setfsdsj'_^nd_^efetate-_^'b ut her relation as mo! the7! i! s as 'thVsuW when fee goes forth in_'h'ty_' rhig _' h^' fo r'itis always in the meririiaB anj|' " 'k_'np'_wptK; no evening. Tho person may * he gray-headed, but her m'btiieriy relation is evejr Ln its, flourish _, it'may be an,tumtf, yea, winter, with a wo '_mkn,1 but,with the_^p_^the r.it is always spring^*_A Ala9 '!. how little _^6 we appreciate a.'mother's tenderness while living! Hw _heedless..are,,we'in youth of all her anxieiies_^andTiindness ' ! ' , B,_ut,when she is°dea'd and _^o _' ne '_-_^when tiie. cares and co _^ idkessVf_^the _^ woild come .withering to oifr' _nlart_' srr-w_^en _, ' w ' p ' experience how _hlVrfit is!<r to_S fihd true ,sym ' pathy —bow few love us for ou|selyes—-how few will _iberrfe_'_nVu_'sfn_^ it is _^_wdfi in&oF ' lhe• '• _mother we havo loiHPol ***'" nui...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

r- _t - ' _As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is the only sure and,effectual _lengedy iiuthe known world for the perinjihe'rit'cufe 6f dyspepsia "rukaRfr bility,ai\d as there aro a number ofimgBB_^ °_ff _?1 Ht?/ .tl _*e Public, jwej nXu£d _fHtSHBH commumt} to purchase none but the _fffl _PK URO_4_<arf*fta_% their stamp on the'top' ot_^the corkor«KrjiJ»ttte. . The v_^_j fagthaJpHiers are _attempting _toamita<e this.valuable remedy, m\&i _. i _tft_. wojtU and _speaks _.Y_.ohimflSi ini its favor. -,. . A H , _' '_ttfi The _ButeVWla_^of iron i8 putuP utfocmb and Vl 00 bottles, and _apW by all ,e_\peotaSe druggists throughout the-country. ue _paSc.-ulaFthatevdr/botrle_^eV_^ the Ac _&8$P& the _prqprietor?s_'sigriattiW:»_x _'''> _> ¦ . M This Wine inclifdesithe htbitlagreeable and efficient.Sajt o{ _Jrqn werl.ppss^|?i Curate of Magnetic Oxide combined,, with t the moat cniSUc _^ vege'_^ble tonifs , ' 'MPfftP _, eri»vlan «« \ The el _" ct i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

• A Severe Dig. A country girl one morning went To market with a pig ; The little cur tail, not content, " Squealed out a merry jig. i A daudy, who was riding by, _^ Who wished to pass a joke, "Mj dear, how conies your child to cry When-wrapped.up in your,cloak ?" The country,girl quite quick,replies, "So bad*a breeding had he, That ever ami anon he-cries - '* Whene'er he seesf'h'is daddy,"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

_. J fag" A modost**ybun'g man, rtt a dinner '_paWy, tfe&'O tfcW'SVeriing, put tho follow-! in_^onunialu_^:_K! " Wihy areTroost people who eat _turkflyV_^r_^BWabiels ?" No _i _reply. ?l'fie«mddelt '\filAi's _*rJru8hed and , wtfui'd_^iaive 3 ba'_ckba_^ <)tftj:ibu_¥ _im_^l'ly gavo j th&difeason_'i'' "'Becauke" they are f _^ond of r} the .bipea'st._^'J -Two-miadle_' -aged ladies _helre _faintedf Jafiid}j t?hi& "•remains of tho _youngimaii werW: eWpied'o ' u_^ by the _«or-<bner on a shutter.-1 '1 '1: ' ¦ ! • K J -_~-_~ ~im m ' —r^—• _»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

a _—. . _^ &k 9_flS _?Pte _9r Si _Wft Q'wpors advertia-SBS _Jgo_^J_^ a_^tSy^^ir _iteeR, cents per pound !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

_fftjiia dffiUtfllrd-ti_^ _^ p'K_' rV_^oVgi_^fi & ! rals'| «il»f8 » its _WH_^UWP&V Interest to practice boihVIe '3 < e_75S _91 s

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

ELEOTOBAL VOTES Tor President and Vice President of ibe United States from 1789 to 1864. The following record gives the names of the candidates for President and Vice President of the United States from the adoption of the Constitution up to the present time, with the electoral vote of each. George Washington was elected the first President of the United States under the Federal, Constitution, and was inaugurated on the 30th of April, 1789. John Adams, being the next highest oh the list, was elected Yice President. ?First Term, 1789—69 Electors. G. Washington, 69 Geo. Clinton, 3 John Adams, 34 S. Hnntington_, 2 John Jay, 9 John Milton, 2 It. H. Harrison, 6 J. Armstrong, 1 J. Rntledge_, 6 Edward Telfair_, 1 John Hancock, 4 B. Lincoln, 1 "Second Term, 1793—132 Electors. G. Washington, 132 George Clinton, 50 John Adams, 77 Thos. Jefferson, 4 _Aarou Burr, 1 *Third Term, 1797—139 Electors. John Adams, 71 Thos. Pinckney, 59 Thos. Jefferson, 68 Aaron Burr, 30 *Fourtti Term, 1801—138 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

Sale of Monticbllo. —The Richmond Dispatch says: "Monticello_, the former residence of Thomas Jefferson, in Albermarle county, Virginia, was sold at auction, on Thursday, under the sequestration act, for eighty thousand five hundred dollars. Benjamin F. Ficklin was the purchaser. A negro woman and her seven children (all of the latter being under seven years of age) brought twenty-three thousand dollars. A negro man was sold for upwards of seven thonsand dollars. " &" The underground railroad system in London is objected to since it has gone into operation, in consequence of the tunnel being so filled with gas that the passengers can scarcely breathe at times. The difficulty which has been experienced from haying fire in the tunnel is likely to lead to the use of compressed air _aa a motive power, which would obviate the above objection, and give a pure atmosphere. 98" In Richmond some cannon intended for General Early, in the Shenandoah Valley, were directed to "Major G...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

Near Richmond.—A special correspondent of the New York Tribune, writing from the headquarters of the Army of the James on the 26th, makes the following startling announcement: "A movement is now is progress in this army, which, when fully completed, will destroy Richmond. It only awaits the sanction of the General-in-Chief, who will be here to-morrow, before active operations are commenced. It is not generally known, even among wellinformed military men, ' that the beleagured capital of rebellion is within gun-Bhot range of our batteries ; but such is nevertheless a fact. Guns are now on their way here that will threw shells inin "Richmond frnm nnr _huttafiafl in front of the 18th Corps' , a distance of seven miles. With these guns in position, and the projectiles prepared which it is intended to use with them, our gunners can destroy kichmond in forty-eight hours. The ball or shell now used would not, of course, answer the purpose, although that would doubtless accomplish the o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

"Winter a-cpocis] WE have lately received from the Eastern markets, a large _assortment of • Fall and Winter Goods, that were purchased during the Gold panic, when prices bad touched tbe bottom ; we are, therefore , prepared to furnish all kinds of merchandise much below the present market value. OVR STOCK COMPRISES ALL GRADES OF CLOTHS , Casximeres and Vesting*, Over-Coatmfff , Fancy _Cassimeres, for full suits, AND FOR BOYS WEAR, Cassinetts and Jeans, • Ladies Cloaks and Cloaking Cloths, A full line of French _Meritoee, Coburgs and Alpacas in all colors, Rich Plaid and _Jitocade Lustres, Plain and Fig'd Wool or mixed _DeLainps, Superior Mourning DeLaines & Alpacas, A large tuMortment of Merrimack Punts, Scutch _PJaid and Plain _Dres* and Skirt Flunoe.'s, Long and Square Shawls, iu great varietr, Sacking and Shirting Flannels, Large and Small Balmorals , Washing ton _Skeleton Skirts, the best article in the market—every Skirt guarraoteed , Frtnch Corsets, Traveling Ov...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

_^^ RE OF _^ Market Street. Marietta. TTAVINfl just laid in a pure and fresh stock f~ l of Medicines, would take this means t0 inform his old friends and the public in general that everything now on hand is really new and Iresh—his entire old stock having some time since been disposed of—which has been carefully selected and is now offered at f&lt and reasonable prices for cash. In addition to his stock of Drugs and Chemicals will be found a varied assortment of Toilet an j Fancy Articles, such as Tooth, Hair and Nail _Btushes, Infant _£B_^ Combs and Brushes, Pocket and fted-wSy ding Combs, Toilet, Shaving and ""* Tooth Soaps, Bazin and Haul's Fine Extracts, Hair Oils and Pomades , port Monnaes and Pocket Books, Hair Dyes, Tooth Washes, Pearl poft der, Roue, Colougne, Bay Water, Powder Boxes, &c . &c Corn Starch and Farina, Coal Oil , LamD. ' Shades and Chimneys, "] STATIONARY. Everything id the _StatTpnarv w*y, auch ,. Pens, Inks, Note, Tissuei Blott...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

.F_^eutteiEfeQrL _cfc Oo.; NO. 66_^ MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PA. D _KALERiT7N ~~~~ ,» FOREIGNi&iDOMESTlC _^fiCascLwjate. Keep constantly on hand a full stock ot Building Material, Nails, f LOCKS, HINGES, ( _$/ GLASS, _PAINJS, OILS, WHITE LEAD, A Superior article of Cement, &c. 0 111 O N: Rolled and Hammered Iron, Steel , Horse-Shoe Bars, Norway Nail Rods, Hoop and Band Iron, Horse-Shoe Nails, Bolts, Files, Rasps, etc. HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS. FIRST-CLASS _^COOKING _* , AND PARLOR STOVES, RANGES,iga Tubs, Churns, Cedar Stands, _^_K_? Wash Hoards, Buckets, Knives and Forks, _plate d SC _^JL _etcdla _0> /ieuan.&, Sad Irons, Kraut Cutters, Waiters, Brass a a. Copper Kettles Clothes Wringers , Pans, Iron Ladles, Meat Stands, Coal Oil Lamps, Shades and Lanterns , Tea ' ., Scales, Coffee Mills,. Painted ' Chamber Setts, &c., &c. Forks,.Shovels, Hoes, Spades, Horse Brushes, Wheel Grease, Fish, Sperm and _Lubric Oils, Cistern Pumps, Long an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

_(3_T Reverdy Johnson has again yielded to the fiat of the people as proclaimed at the ballot box. In a letter written after the _resnlt of the late election in Maryland was known he said: "Delighted to hear the result of yesterday's election. A new era is now dawning on oar State. Slavery ended, and she will be, as Washington said she would be in that event, the 'garden spot' of the United States. He said so in a letter to St. John Lincoln in 1796. If it is done also in the whole country (as I think it will be), great as our prosperity has been in the past, and high as has been oar name with the nations of the world, both will be immeasurably, almost, enhanced. God grant it may be (3* On Thursday a freight engine was left in charge of a young man to put into the upper round house,, and he being unacquainted with the mode -of stopping its progress permitted it to run in under a full head of steam, and the consequence was that it ran against another engine which had been blocked ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

LeoK Out !—We have reason to believe .that several individuals are in the field, claiming to be travelling agents of the Lady's Friend, and professing their ability to take subscriptions at less than the regular prices. _, We have no special and favored agents to get subscriptions either for the Lady's Friend or the Post, and none for whose contracts we are in the least responsible. And the mere fact of offering to take subscriptions at less than the regular prices, should convince every sensible man and woman that the professed agent is an impostor. x That men and women will trust their money to individuals of whom they have no knowledge, in _preference even to their own acquaintances, in the hope of saving a few cents, is curious indeed. We hear of these travelling agents already in Black Earth, Wisconsin, and in Centre and _Susquehanna counties, Pennsylvania. Beware of them. If you join a club, join one in your own neighborhood. You had better send the price of a eingle subsc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

S3" Eye and Ear:—Prof. J. Isaacs, M. D. Oculist and Aurist, formerly of Ley den, Holland, is located »t No. 511 Piue-st.,,Philadelphia, where _^ persons afflicted with diseases of the Eye or Ear will be scientifically treated and cured, if curable. Artificial Eyes inserted without pain. No charges made for examination. The medical faculty i« invited, •¦ he has no secrets in his mode of treatment. February 6, J864.-ly. £3- To Consumptives. Consumptive sufferers will receive a valuable prescription for the cure of Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis and all Throat, and Lung affections , <fwe of charge) by sending their address to Rev. Edward A. W«.soK , ..„. _- . _, _^_Wan >8l >}"gi Kingscp. N. Y. ' September 24,1864.3mJ , ' . .. ¦ ii » BEGS leave to inform the public tnat ne _wUlcontinue the WINE& LIQUOR bu«- nesa, in all its branches. He will constantly keep on hand all kinds of Branties, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch WhUkey, Cordials, Bitters, ifc_, BEN...

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