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

/^HaMPAGNE and other Table Wines \_^ guarran tep d to be pure, and sold as io*v as can be bought in Philadelph» or New-York. Benjamin & Co. ST ATIONARY—the largest assortment hi town at Grove &¦ B/rfA'c. . - No-jo's the lime to buy Very Cheap at The Walnut Hall Clothing Store, Market Street, Marietta, Pa. MILLER & SNYDER having just received a large assortment of all kinds of new and fashionable Clothing, And Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods generally, all of which they will sell at prices to suit the times. Walnut Hall can now offer the largest and best assortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING this side of Philadelphia, aud being thankful for past favors from our numerous friends and customers, would respectfully ask a continuation of the same. All kind3 of clothing manufactured in any style desired—fashionable or plain. $3rA ll kinds of Cutting done at short notice SAMUEL D. MILLER, ANDREW SNYD-ER. _Aoril 14. 1S60.

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 17 November 1860

IS. S. RaUivony ' [Successor to F. J. Kkamph.] Merchant lailor, Draper and Clothier LANCASTER. PA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

_IgaTA few weeks since, a bag, containing upwards of six hundred guineas, was left at the house of an aged lady, residing near Notting Hill, London, with a letter stating that some party, constrained by conscience, returned the money, which was part of a sum plundered from the family 65 years before, promising, also, that the whole should be shortly restored. The robbery was committed in Londonderry, Ireland, and the lady's father/from whom the money was stolen, died more than fifty yeai-s ago; 1_^" The London American announces that Messrs. Howes & Cushing's great circus, which has been on exhibition for some time in England, will be sold on the 17th inst. Mr. Howes, who retires upon a large fortune acquired from his profession; purposes buying a large estate upon the Rhine; upon which is a baronial estate. The title accompanying the estate will give our great American circus proprietor the title of Baron Howes. . ^" William Hudson, a veterian aged_, ninety-three year...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

_^ _orottgjj $ _(fantg §f _ms BOROUGH. Chief Burgess, Samuel D. Miller, Assistant BurgessPeter Baker, Town Council, iiarr Spangler, (President) John Crull, Thomas Stence, Ed. P. Trainer, Henry S. Libhart. • Town ClerkThco: Hiestand. Treasurer, John Auxer. Assessor of Taxes, William Child, _Jun_*, Collector of Taxes, Frederick L. Baker. Justice of the Peace, Emanuel D. Roath. High Constable, Absalem Emswiler. Assistant Constable, Franklin K. Mosey. Regulators, John II. Goodman, E. D. Roath. SupervisorSamuel Hippie, Sen. School Directors, John Jay Lihhart, President, E. D. Roath, Treasurer, C_. A. Schaffner, Secretary, John K. Fidler, Aaron B. Grosh, Jonathan M. Lar/elcre. Post Office Hours: The Post Office will he open from 7 o' clock in the morning until b in the evening. Chas. Kelly, Postmaster. The Eastern mails will close at 7a. nv. and 4.15 p. m., and return at 11.2i o ' clock, a. m., and at 6' 2S p. m. The Western mails will close at 10.50 a. m., and arrive at 4.56 p. m. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

J. R. _IIOFFER , Civil Engineer, Surveyor, Conveyancer and Draughtsman , , Main-st., Mountjoy, Lancaster Co., Pa. A LL kinds of land surveying »"d dividing /_V levelling of water _courses, roads, &c. Ac-SSrtSSffiS plain and ornamenta M™« _uwrfc measured and estimated. . Deeds Relea sea Powers of attorney and other legal instru _menta neatly and accurately drawn. Execu 5$, Administrators', Asaiguees'and Guar dians accounts stated. g|- He is also Agent for the sale of the Riclgexoay Farm ant Land Co's Lands in Elk County Pa. Communications by letter promptly attended to. A TTEN TION! Housekeepers . Anderson A _S_?t received Apples, Oranges Igm-~ A GENERAL ASSOBTME_^T OF _^ •=-—cnpninn _rnnK STOVE, verRplain A style,' each one warranted to per- _^^ -P_^_TiTTspokes, Felloes, Wagon Bows, H ou cioth,, _yn_^_aSfrr _^o. TO LANDLORDS I Just received, Scotch _g_^ H. \J). Be 0 _^_matn' s.t ROOD'S Hair _Restomti_^ _^ ROTH,S> jy UED _FRUIT_^oV_^_H^^ " riXJM DROPS: Ste_^tVNe&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

learn, by means of private letters published in the Newcastle (England) Chronicle, of the death of Albert Mario, the husband of Madame Jessie White Mariok . He was sent by Garabaldi at the head of a party of troops to put down a reactionary movement, but being attacked by a much larger force of Neapolitans, Mario and his men lost the day. , Out of the party of one thousand only forty survived, and Mario is not among them. The deceased was a decendantof a noble family of. Venice, and took an active part in the revolution of 1848, but escaped the hand of Austrian tyranny, and went to England. *—After his marriage to Miss White, who had become quite celebrated from her efforts in. behalf of the _Mazzini faction in Italy, and especially by her short incarceration at Genoa,Signor Mario came to this conn try, where his wife give a series of lectures on Italian affairs. --Since his " return to Europe, Mario has contributed some noticeable articles to Mazzini's journal, Pensiero ed Azio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

8_%t _WitMv _^hnttixu IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATUKDAY ,By AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. PUBLICATION OFFICE in the second story of Crull' s Row, on Front StreetJive <lowa East of Mrs. Ftury_' s Hotel. Marietta , Lancaster CountyPenn' a. If _subscriptions be not paid within six months , $1.25 will beelmrgcd, and if delayed until the expiration of the year, 41.50 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 paidunless at the option of the publisher. A failureto notify a discontinuance at the expiration of the term subscribed for, will be considered a new engagement. Advertising Rates: One square (12lines, or less) 50 cents for the first insertion and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. Professional and _Uusiness cardsof six lines or less at $3 per annum. Notices in the reading columns, fi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

_^°The scienti fic American thus describes a monster steam press, upon which Moses S.Beach, who has just retired, from the New York Sun, is at work. He is even now just completing a;construction of;;a monster steam printing press, by which the sheets are cat from rolls, dampened, and printed upon both sides, at the rate of forty jthousand impressions an hour, folded up., counted and delivered from the machine, ready for the carrier and the mail. This machine is as high as a common two-story country dwelling house; and it will, when finished, if the expectations of its inventor are realized, constitute a most extraordinary specimen of mechanical skill and ingenuity.' ;• ¦->¦ .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

<_gg*An, old Roman apologue relates of a vine- dresser that he had two daughters and a vineyard. When his eldest daughter _^ was married, he gave h_,er.a thitd of his vineyard, and yet* received as much fruit from the remainder as formerly from the whole. At the marriage of his second daughter she also received a third_^ and still the original supply was obtained from the remaining third. The secret lay in the vine-dresser bestowing- "as much labor upon the third as he had formerly given to the whole vineyard. So might many a farmer do with great' advantage ; divide up the whole * farm among four or six sons, and ere long, if well managed, the share of each will produce more than the whole now yields.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

Harry Lorre&jer in _Danger.—Mr Charles 'Lever and' his _daughter were up-' set in a heavy squalli on1 tne llth ihst.r in the Gulf of 'Spezzia. A'heavy setv was running at; the time; arid the _fcoat_,' fil ling went _j do"_wnT _immeBiatelyI • \Beinjr good swimmers_^they succeeded in reaching some water' barrels that- Had floated from the boat as she settled down, and. supported by these, they held4 on tall they were pickedup. ¦ ' The distance from the shore—-about two miles—t-m_de swim i ming somewhat hazardous, particularly as the'sea _wasJ so rough. M'fss i_/ever_* danger was increased by heir'successful efforts to save' _ favorite dbg, which Would have inevitably _^ been drowsed., i! unaided. . .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

_Hgf The case of young William Blue, now paying the penalty for passing counterfeit coin in a Western State, is a hard one., , He is the, son of a wealthy New-England farmer graduated at an Eastern college, married a young lady of New York, went West, lost all his money by speculation in land, became reduced to want, was tempted and led into the commission of his first crime, for the doing of which he was arrested within twentyfour hours, tried within a month, and leaving his wife and three little ones with no money and few friends, has entered the State Prison, where for years he will mourn his folly and his fault.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

{^According statistics-published _i by the Spiritual _Register, there "are 350 _^ 000 spiritualists in the single_^State off New York; 150,000 in Ohio • l_^_OJDClii_^ New England ;,90,000 in Illinois uJOJfOVi ' in Michigan; ,80,000 in Wisconsin_^ 50,-000 in Indiana; and 40,000 in M * aine.— Altogether, the United States contains, _ittis estimated, 1,200,000,-persons whu believe in this. _nonSenaicaVsaperstition. _a_.l^*The people4Qfl_^inaham,v¥-., s od the region. _thereabouts; were _Ju their sleighs last w_.eek, the snow _. _being five or six inches deep.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

Cure for Sick Headache.—It is stat ed that two tea spoonsful of finely powdered charcoal, drank ih-halfa tumbler of water, will, in less than fifteen minutes, give relief to the sick headache, when caused, as in most cases it is, by a superabundance of acid on the stomach. We have tried this remedy time and again, and its efficacy in every instance has been signally satisfactory; and therefore, 'with pleasure, recommend it to the considerate attention of all whom it may concern.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

Three Day Visits the Style.—All visits to the palace, of the Queen of England are restricted,by; custom, to three days—the first day for the arrival, the second for the reception .and the last for the departure. The' Prince of Wales has rightly observed this practice in his tour through the United States, never stopping more than three days in any place, unless Sunday intervened. Many families would rejoice to have this fa_'shi ' ori introduced into the United States.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

A Female Admirer qv> Q-aribaldi The Countess La i Torre is a lady so devoted to Garibaldi and his cause that 6ho_" follows the dictator wherever he goes. At Caserta she wore a sort of bloomer dress, pantaloons, a man's hat with a red feather, and high boots. For . arms4 sh*^ carried a revolver and sabre, botn ' tf which she can usa with deadly skill.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

(_g_^1 A monument, on a grand scale, to Martin Luther_. is to be erected at' _Wufmsi1 It-is-from a design by the sculptor EieV schel. The whole sum required foVfhe_* work is £17,000, of which . £12_^000 has been .already collected during the last three * ; or four years, from almost all parts of the globe. Progress Impossible_^---Tfie ~G <ralreac]i_~ ed at a Bound !' We call this the age or progress. It is so. Btit _income departments of seietice>-' dis ' e'tiveribs' have: beet/ made_; and practical systema-introduced which leave nothing to life ' desired in the way of _improvement and which, in fact, preclude progress by _giving _s_r per_~ fection at the * outset. ¦ _3?or example r when _Professoriiolldway/some twenty five years ago, gave tocthe world his inestimable remedies, ho seems to hav« left nothing even for liimselfto'achieve, in the treatment of humafnsinala'dies.— The progress of the demand _fornis Pills and Ointment has, indeed, been ianparalelled i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

_C__FA subscription has been set on foot at a public meeting, in Australia _^ for-the purpose of presenting Garibaldi withi a sword. The movement was originated by Signor Martelli, a companion-in-arms of Garibaldi in the war of 1848-9. ^•Herbert Ingram, the founder and late proprietor of the London Illustrated News, was born in Boston, England, and at the time of his death by the disaster on Lake Michigan was forty-nine years old. He began life as a printer, when only eleven years old, and succeeded in such an eminent degree that he was three times returned to Parliament. His public labors and public spirit merited this reward. Many great works, the railway from Boston to the mid-district of England, the introduction of gas and of pure water into his native town, are attributable to his energy and perseverence.— He introduced a new means of popular education—the novel machinery of illustrated newspapers, by which to chronicle in pictures, as well as by description, just as i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

Hi_^The C-rdinal'Prim ' ate of Hungary has been ordered to commence prepara- _' tions for the coronation of the'Emperor o.f Austria as the 3_£ing of Hungary, which.' _, is to take place at Presburg next spring. < A Wife for the Prince.—Let the fair young Americans who were honored with the hand of the Prince of Wales in a dance, resign all hope of having it ' for a longer period. A report from Europe says that besides other important things settled during the .Queen!& late visit to Germany, a wife was selected for the heir to the crown. The,.happy lady is the Princes Augusta Louisa Adelaide Caroline Ida,, daughter of. the Duke of Saxe-Meingen, who was, .born August 6th, 1843. As the Prince of Wales was born November 9th, 1841, the young couple will be well matched in years. The Saxe-Meiningen family have a great deal to be proud of in the matter of blood, though not much in territory or political grandeur. The ducal dominions comprise a territory of less than ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

NEWS IN BRIEF. The census returns show that Virginia will have three additional representatives in Congress. An ordinance of the city of Memphis requires all stores and saloons to be closed at 11 o'clock. The Deacon of Glenwood, the popular lecturer, Mr. De Cordova, himself a jew, assert that there is in the United States a secret Jewish order numbering 400,000 members. A dwarf named Paul Drake, 25 years old, got drunk in a saloon at Columbus, Ohio, was placed on the counter as a show. The poor fellow's . head being heavier than his body, he tumbled off, fractured his skull, and died in a few hours. Bee cultivators iu Europe are beginning to make use of chloroform to render the bees quiet and tractable at the moment of removing the honey from their bives. A woman died at Aurora, Ind., last week, after living six days with her neck broken a.t the fifth cervical vertebra.— The head alone retained its vitality during this time, and the body being paralyzed, she did not suffer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

Health and Us Pleasures, or, DISEASE AND ITS AGONIES ! -o- CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. NERVOUS DISORDERS. What is more fearful than the breaking down of the nervous system? To be exciteable or nervous in a small degree is most distressing, for where can a remedy be found (—There is one:—drink but little wine, beer, or spirits, or far better, none; take no coffee — weak tea being preferable; get all the fresh air you can; take tree or four Pills every ni _^ht; eat plenty of solids, avoiding the use of slops; and if these goldon rules are followed, you will be happy in mind and strong in body, and forget you have any nerves. MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS. If there is one thing more than another for wLich these Pills are so famous it is their purifying propertiesespecially their power of _cleansing the blood from all impurities and removing dangerous and suspended secretions. Universally adopted as the one grand remedy for fcinale complaintsthey never fail, never weaken the ...

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