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

1860! Fourth Arrival ofe 1860 _ftpu IM& _aooijs. " ** _" NO W OPENING, a beautiful assortment of New Fall Goods , bought in New York and Philadelphia. • " ' CLOAKS , The newest fail _styles: ¦ The Arab, The Basque, The Walking Coat. The Full Back. The Plain Back, The Cape Style, The Beaver Cloth, &c.,&cv&_*:. Cloaking Cloths of every kind. Dress goods of every descriptionnewest styles and just * imp orted in New York. SHAWLS. A beautiful assortment , and latest styles-Brocha Long Shawls, Scotch Long Blanket Shawls French Long Blanket Shawls, • *. Stella Shawls, embracing every color & Coating, Cassimeres_, and Vestings. We respectfully invite attention to our stock of Coatings, Cassimeres and Vestings, exceeding in vanetj .quality and cheapness, any goods in that line we ever offered. ' J 6 Vuv i _^n HALDEMAN'S a ov. 3, 1S60. Cheap Cash Store. PLUMB &DYER Eas&oaable Tailow-& Drapers, Opposite A. Ca8sd>$...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

" A Woman Killed.—On the Catawissa Railroad, the other day, the engineer discovered a woman lying with her head across the track. But it was too late to hold back the train. The engine was reversed" but in vain. It passed over the unfortunate woman, severing her head from her body and frightfully mangling it. It was her evident intention to commit suicide, ' as she had been warned of the coming of the train a moment before, and deliberately laid herself down waiting for it to pass. ' . Joe Lane.—Out West several- people are inconsolable because the elegant and refined Joseph Lane is not to be our next Vice President. They say that his defeat is a death blow to American literature, and will cause a complete stagnation in that branch of the book trade devoted to Webster's Spellers. It is rumored that his friends in Oregon were affected to tears by the following dispatch: "Me and Brick are . depheeted, but God's will be dun. _Gosef Lane." Meeting of Congress.—The second session o...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

Miss Harriet Lane an Author.—The current number of the Home Jounal, says that Miss Harriet Lane, the accomplished niece of President Buchanan, is the reported author of" Rutledge "—one of the most popular of modern romances. Though Miss Lane is well known in this city, this is the first intimation we bave heard of her giving attention to literary composition. If " Rutledge " is her first effort, we can safely predict for her a brilliant literary career.—Lancaster Express. *¦ Moving Brick Houses.—A number of workmen were engaged on Tuesday and yesterday in moving two three-story brick dwellings, on Buttonwood street, above Thirteenth. The buildings are used as a benevolent institution. While the moving was going on the patients and others remained inside. The houses are to be moved about forty feet, to a foundation already built to receive them_. The operation attracted considerable attention.—Forney's Press. Death of George Spatd.—George F. Spayd, a well known character in Rea...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

A Card to the Suffering.—The Rev _William Cosgrove, while'laboring as a missionary in Japan, was cured of Consumption, when all other means had faile-1_, by a recipe obtained from a learned physician residing in the great city of Jeddo. This recipe has cured great numbers who were suffering from- Consumption, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Coughs and Colds, and the debility and nervous depression caused by these disorders. Desirous of bcnefitting others, I will send this recipe, which I-have brought home with me, to all who need it, free of charge. Address Rev. Wm. Cosgrove , • 439 Fulton Avenue , Brooklyn, N. Y. To Consumptives : The advertiser having been restored to health in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having suffered several years with a severe Lung affection, and that dread disease, Consumption , is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it he will send a copy of the prescription used, [free of charge") with directi...

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

State Treasurer.—Henry D. Moore, of Philadelphia, having been Mr. Slifer's only competitor last winter, for the nominatiomfor State Treasurer, was supposed to have a sure thing of it this winter, but doubtful .things are . supposed to be mighty uncertain, and it is a well ascertained fact that "there is many a slip 'twixi the cup and the Up." We hear now Of two additional candidates, who will _^_ty ,t heir strength in the caucus—Mr. Baldwin, late Senator fremiLaBoas ter, and Mr. Francis, late Speaker of the Senate. Each of these men have their _friendsi and there is a shrewd suspicion afloat that a promise of Western support to Mr. Francis had something to do with his withdrawal from the contest, after being fairly, nominated for Senator in his district. Mr. Baldwin is not without his friends, so that the contest is already a triangular one, thus early in the day, and what it will reach by January, there is BO tarnusing.—Harrisburg Patriot.

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

_Pennsylvania Railboad.—For the information of travelers on the Pennsylvania railroad, we publish the following regulations fixed upon by the company, and wUck passengers may rely upon being parried oat to the letter: On and after October 7th, 1860, pas-Bengersuho fail to procure tickets at the rcgolar offices of the company will be required to _^pay an excess to the condoctor. • ¦ The conductor will in each case, give the person paying such excess a ticket, which will be a receipt for the fall amount paid, and will entitle the holder to ' receive a drawback equal in amount to the excess paid, if presented to any authorized station agent of the company. This role, will be invariable, and conductors will be required to carry it out. It is hoped passengers will afford them every, facility to do so.

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

ffct Mffhh_. _ikntltum. •f_« Impartial—but not _ITeuttal. " , jtLatudttcL , • P_'cl_, _SATTTEDAY, NOVEMBER 24,186G

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

Increase, 338,100 A Skillful Operation.—We find in the " Medical and . Surgical Reporter " of October, a reportof a successful surgical* operation preformed in this borough, by Dr. F.Hinkle, of Marietta, assisted by Drs. Ehler, of Lancaster, and McOorkle, of this borough. The operation consisted in the removal of a tumor from the nostril of the patiept, which had so extended as to render necessary " the extirpation of the entire Super-Maxillary Bone." The surgical skill displayby Dr. Hinkle is best attested by the results. The patient entirely recovered under the subsequent judicious treatment of the operator and Dr. McCorkle, and retains but slight disfiguring evidence of the terrible ' ordeal _through which she paesed.—Columbia Spy.

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

Lincoln in the. Slave States.—The vote for Lincoln in the slave States, thus far reported, is as follows : Missouri (estimated) 17,000 Delaware 3,751 Maryland 2,198 Virginia • 1,500 Kentucky 2,150 Total 26,599 _«._* . The Old Whig, Spirit.—The Louisville Journal of late dates is filled with appeals for the Union, and Prentice says that he intends to publish hi paper up to March 1st, ,1865, and inside of the Union. He declares that he does not like the idea of collecting local items from the other side of the Ohio river under the head of foreign news.

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

_^'•Everybody's Lawyer" and "7he Family Doctor" two valuable works advertised in another part of our paper, are dec|dedly the best books of their class that have ever come under our notice. The publisher aiming to, meet the wants of the million, and to supply them with_^_ooks not of transientinterest, but, of real and permanent value, has spared no cfXp_«_nBff in the getting up of these works, _thesnecessity for which are of constant; recurrence in. "everybody's" businesB;and family. By the aid of judicious adve/_tisjqg.(hey have already reached an enormous sale, and are now being anxiously sought for in every,part of our land. Two dollars sent to the publisher will secure single copies of each book.

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

©*The Savannah Republican, of the 12th in8t.,says that although it has been positively asserted that Mr.T,pombs has resigned his seat in the. United States Senate, that paper, after the. most diligent inquiry, has been unable to find the slightest foundation for ,the statement. . ¦ ..— ??_. , iirPrentice, of the Louisville Journal, thus explains the secession movement: 'The Southern movements in the direction of secession want moral support, because the impression is general th_^t the election of Lincoln is the pretext.rather than the cause of disunion." ^•Da vid D ate Owen, the geologist, brother of Robert ' Dale Owen, died at BvanBville_, Ind., a few days _agoi

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

Death op Henry K. Strong, Esq.— This gentleman, well known in political circles,, died suddenly _oq. Thursday last, says The Press, at the St. Lawrence Hotel, where he was boarding. Mr. Strong was several times elected member of the Pennsylvania Legislature; once Speaker of that body, and was a candidate for the nomination of the People's State Convention for Governor when Curtin was nominated. Last Summer Mr. Strong was a candidate for renomination to the Legislature from the district composed of the Fifth and Eighth wards, but was beaten by Henry E. Wallace.

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

Holloway 's Pills and Ointment.—The onward march of truth—Why is it?—The great doctrine announced some fifty years bark by Dr. Holloway, that the stomach, the liver, and the blood are the founts of disease, is now universally admitted, his greatest opponents having become his staunchest supporters. The reason is obvious. Millions who were afflicted with Dyspepsia, Liver complaints, Billiousness_. Sick-Headache, Debility and Physical prostratration, have been radically cured by a thoro ' 'course of his famous. Pills, while others have been healed of Scurvy, Old Sores, Bad Legs, Scrofulous humors, Glan dular Swellings, Tumors, Asthma, Bronchitis, &c, by his Ointment and Pills, when all other means had failed, Such is the progress of truth and the triumph of reason.

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

Ftras.—The season for furs is now upon: us, and as no lady's wardrobe is complete without them, it becomes a- question with those unprovided, what kind to select and where to purchase them to the best advantage. Several varieties being equally fashionable, ladies are at liberty to be governed entirely by their own tastes and the amount of "pin money"at their disposal.- The traffic of furs,, like that of jewelry, admits of an almost unlimited amount of deception upon 'the part of unprincipled dealers, so that purchasers in either line cannot be too careful •

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

(_$*_Bishop OdenBeimer, of New Jer. Bey, has issued an address calling upon the churches in ' his diocese to take up collections on Thanksgiving Day for the benefit of the sufferers in Kansas. _! _»» _*_gyW. E. Bead, a blind man from hts birth , has/recently completed, without aid, a piano which was exhibited last week at* the Indiana State Fair, and is said _to _'be * a fine instrument. _CpFotreBt county has been heard from, offieiatty, which fixes Lincoln's majority in the State at 93.735!

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

Tbk Washington Family.—Singular Coincidence.—Col. Lewis W. Washington, of Jefferson county, Va., was married on the ffth _inst. to Ella M., daughter of Geo. _#. _Bascett, Esq., of Han-O_^ _/_county, _. _Va_. In1 this marriage a singular coincidence _occers, the groom being a great-grandson of two brothers of General Washington, and the bride the great-granddaughter of * the only sister of _Qen. Washington, and also greatgrand-daughter of the sister of Mrs. General Washington.

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

Railroad Officers in Congress.— Hon. _Erastus Coming, president of the New'Ybrk Central, and Ohanncey Hfbbarjd, superintendent of tfte same road, were both elected to Congress on the 6tb _ifast'., in New York State, the former by about_^ix hundred majority and the latter ' by tour hundred. On Thursday the result was celebrated at Buffalo by a grand illumination of the Central depot and the large building of the American and Unite! States Express Companies.

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

The Great Hollamd Remedy.—Boer have' s Holland Bitters,—Persons subject to nervous or sick headache, will find in Baerhave's Holland Bitters a sure, safe and pleasant remedy. It soothes the throbbing head, corrects acidity of the stomach, assists digestion,and creates a healthy appetite. It is,without doubt, a most delightful preperation, and an effectual remedy. The fact that it is now; a very popular medicine throughout all the Holland settlements in Wisconsin, New York, Illinois, Michigan and Indiana, speaks much in its favor. See advertisement in another column.

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

<_g* Pennsylvania made the first turnpike ,road.in the United States, laid-the first railroad, established the first water works, ran the first locomotive, established the first hospital, the * first law school, the first public museum, the first hall of music, and the first library in the world opened freely to all. Good for Pennsylvania! • ,. ' * How the Prksidentis Elected.—T. he successive steps in the election of President and Vice President are takeD, according to existing laws, at the following dates:— 1. By the act of Congress of 1843 the Electors for President and Vice President of the United States are appointed in each State on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November. 2. By an act of 1792 these Electors are to meet on the first Wednesday in December after, in their respective States, to cast their votes. 3. The votes, when cast, are to be certified by the Electors aDd sealed up and sent to the President of the Senate. On the second Wednesday in ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 24 November 1860

Coming to Harrisburg.—The Wash mgton Artillerists of Tottsville, a large and fine looking company, intend visiting Harrisburg on the third Tuesday of January, to participate in the inauguration parade. The People's Campaign Club of Philadelphia, two hundred and fifty strong, with a brass band, will also* be in an attendance.

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