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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

Administrator's Notice. Estate of Henry. Shill, 4<he.of ike BprougJi gf MariettaAeceased. ¦ Letters of'administration _fm said estatehaving been granted to ,the _fndereigned, all, persons indebted .thereto are _requested to mak _^ immediate settlement, andthojfc having claim ' a or demands against,, the, _saSe w il l present them without delay for _settlement to the un- ' - rlereiffned; the first _residifes m said _BoroiighV andfthe other in the _township M EastDoneeal. . , ' MARY S_»LL ,_f .. HENRY- «_U_^_jEfi;?T _^ A_^_m inisimtpTi , JOHN BELL. _MerckMTailor, -' Cor. of MarkeUst., ' and _EUjowLmg '_, Marietta GRATEFUL for past favoVl 4ould retuiP mythanksto my-numerpuBfrirfn dfl and patrons and inform them that I still qbatinue the old business at the old stand, wherKl will be pleased to see them at all t|mes, and_«having a full and splendid assortment of a cloths, CAS ts_£jpEips * ramvos, which will be made up to order at the _Shortest notice by the'bS' to ' f wofkmen,-a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

qr/jbe_^l offoes &ltfi)aei_' No. 1.—Large Family Wringer, $10:00 No. 2.—Medium, 7:00 No. 2|.— ?' " 6:00 No. 3.—Small " 5:50 No. 8.—Large Hotel Wringer, 14:00 No.18.—Medium Laundry, C to run by 1 18:00 < steam or> No. 22.—Large Laundry, ( hand, ) 30:00 Nos. 2_j and 3 have no Cogs—all others are warranted. *No. 2 is the size generally used in private families. Orange Judd, of the American Agriculturist, savs of ©St _l&nibttszl _Clot_^_jes &SJr £rtjj.er: "A child can readily wring out a (ubfull of clothes in a few minutes. It is realty a clothes saver! A Time Saver! The saving of garments will alone pay a large per centage on its cost. We think the machine much more than pays for itself every year in the saving of garments! There are several kinds, nearly alike in general construction, but we consider it important that the Wringer be fitted with Cogs, otherwise a mass of garments may clog the rollers, and the rollers upon trie crank, shaft sl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

WILSpNS'S , Patent Air Circulating Refrigerators. It is an acknowledged fact* that articles of food'placed in-a sufficiently cold atmosphere, free from moisture aad damp air, nan be effectually preserved for indefinite periods during the warmest weather. These- Refrigerators are the only ones manufactured that can accomplish that object. No air from the ice is admitted to the preserving chamber, but a dry cold atmosphere, is created in it, by circu ~ lating cold air around and outside 61 it. Meatsu _Pish, Milk, Fruits, _£c, are preserved in _afiesh and natural state'tox as long as may be required, with a consumption of one third less ice than any other Refrigerator made. They are undoubtedly the best ever introduced. For Farmers and Families residing in cities, villages, or the country, they are invaluable. Especial attention is _called to our DAIRY REFRIGERATORS, made to order expressly " for this purpose. Where they arc in use they save many times their cost in one season. S3- S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

ATTENTIQNj, SOLpIEKS. AND THE FBI ENDS OF S0LDIER8. We call the attention of all having relations or friends in the army to the fact that "Hoofl»nd; _e German Bitters" will- cure nme-tentb8 of the diseases induced by privation arid exposures incident to camp life. In the lists published almost daily ia the newspapers, on the arrival of the sick, it will be noticed that a very-large proportion are suffering from debility. Every case of thaf kind can be readily cufe.l by Hoofland's German Bitters. We have no hesitation in stating that, if these bitters are freely used among our soldiers, hundreds of lives might be saved that otherwise would be lost.. .-.-, _. " The proprietors ere daily receiving thankful letters from sufferers in the army and hospitals,who have been restored to health by the use of these.Bitters, sent to them by their friends. Beware of counterfeits! ' See that the signature of."C. M. Jackson," is on- , the wrapper of each bottle. 4* _». Large Size ' , $ 1:00 per...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

DR. HOOFLAND'S _„ GERMAN BITTERS, Prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia, Pa. IS NOT A BAR-ROOM DRINK, OR A SUBSTITUTE FOR RUM , Or an Intoxicating Beverage,but a highly con centrated Vegetable Extract, a Pute Tonic free from alcoholic stimulent or injurious drug's and will effectually cure Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, and Jaundice.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

DR. WHITTIER_, 65 Sr. Chablzs-st., ' between sixth and seventh streets,] st. _LoyiS* _$2_$s ' q_£Ri. 'i _- :-\ ESPECIAL " _ATTEJrilON_; TO ' ' CHRONIC DISEA_^_ESk _; Dyspepsia, Consumption, Liver Complaint, Diarrhea, Piles, &c, and all ., Female Complaints.. |_, Db. W. will Bend nig Theory of Chronic Diseases, for 6, cents, to pre-pay postage. Symptom lists.for any disease, forwarded* J_3" Medicines forwarded to any post office in the United States Post Office Box, 3092. St Louis, _August 1,1863-rly. \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

Executors' Notice. Estate of Henry Sultzbach ' , late of the Borough of Marietta, Deceased. * Letters Testamentary on said estate hav ing been granted to the undersigned, all per sons indebted thereto are requested to ' make immediate settlement, and those having claims or demands agai nst the same will present them without delay for settlement to the undersignf ed, residing in the Boiough of Marietta. AARON GABLE, CHRISTIAN StIBGEN, _< , ' Executors. Marietta, April 26, 1864-6t. •' '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

DANIEL G. BAKER, ATTORNEY, AT LAW, _LANCASTER, PA; OFFICE:—No. 24; North Doke Street, [opposite the Court House,,where.he wiU attend-to the .-practice of bis profession in all its [various branches* - ¦• -— - - ¦ {';¦:/, ._j1 ;.1 ;;.;;1 ;;:;; :..::;,::;•;' ,,c.;;:./:. A LARGE stock of - Paper an.d Envelopes _/V of fhe^' _est'quWity just received and fox S««t The _JGtidtn Mcnrtor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

T7<QUAL or REGULAR TIMEKEEPERS Xj can be had of H. L. & E:-J. Zahm, Coi North Queen-at., aqd Center Square, Lan ' caster,'Pa., in the ' shape of Equilibrium Lever ' s—the best article of _Swiis. levers now intiiemar ket. They 8,r»_,lo_^rer in price than any watdh cf equal nuality and uat as trus_^rbr timekoemiftr

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 13 August 1864

_RR. JOHN I. LYONS FRENCH |_jmofel _$)_rop THE _SBKAT FEMALE REGULATOR 18 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY THAT WILL SUCCESSFULLY AND bnvari • » ly restore and regulate the female system, _removing all irregularities, and producing hmlth, vigor and strength. LYGN'S PERIODICAL DROPS Are a fluid preparation) the only one of the kind ever _discovered in this.eountry, and acts directly on the parts affected, whilst pills and powders can only reach them as they work through sympathy, but not at all direct and positive. Are you suffering from a constant anxiety for the regular return of nature's prescribed laws ? Give yourself no uneasiness, for Lyon_'_a Periodical Drops, if taken a day or two before the expected period, will positively and invariably regulate its coming, as sure as effect follows cause, as sure as daylight follows darkness. Are you sick, enfeebled by disease, or unable to bear the labor and danger of _increase LYON'S PERIODICAL DBOPS Come to you as a blessin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

Dr. _Brunotfs _Celebrated Rtmedies for delicate diseases. NO. 1. The Great Reviver.—Speedily eradicates all the evil _eifects of self a use, as loss of memory, shortness of breath, giddiness, palpitation of the heart, dimness of vis ion, or any constitutional derangement of the system brought on by the unrestrained induK gence of the passions. Acts alike on either sex. Price one dollar. No. 2. The Ba.i.m.—Will cure in from two to eight days, any case of Gonorrhoea,(clap)is without tastt or smell and requires no restrictian of action or diet; for either sex; price $1. NO. 3. The Tereb will cure Gleet in the shortest possible time, and I can show certifi cates of cures effected by this remedy, wher all others have failed. No taste or smell.— Price one dollar. NO. 4. The Pu_^iter is the only known iemedy that will positively cure strictures of the urethra, no matter of how longstanding or neglected the case may be. Price one dollar. NO. 5. The Solutor will cure any case of Gravel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

Artificial Fish-Breeding. Stephen EL Aimsworth, President of the _Western New York Fruit- Growers' _Society, gives the following account of his experiments in fish-breeding : "I have taken a very great interest in the growing of brook trout artificially in ponds ou my place. I have tried from seven years'old down to> last spring's hatching, in three different ponds, keeping the young fry until two'years' old before I put them into the large pond with the older ones, at which time they are able to take care of themselves. The original stock was put in my larger pond, containing sixty-one equare rods of ground, fourteen feet deep, supplied from springs three years ago last spring, 1,400 in number, age then from one to _rtur years' old. They weigh now from one to three pounds each. They have been fed daily with liver, and;are about as tame as kittens—come at call, and take their food like pigs, throwing _themselves clear out of .the water in their hasie for the food, by ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

ftaa&ULTUftflJL _CHEMKxU CO. '.. 1" \ABU LETTE. Tins 1'crtilizer is composed ot night soil und the _fertilizing elements of uiiiiu combined, chemically und mechuuically with oilier valuable _fertilizing agents and absortients. It is reduced to a pulverized condition, rea-<!>• for immediate use, und without loss of its highly nitrogenous fertilizing properties. Its universal application to all crops arid soils, and its durability and active qualities, art well known to be all that agriculturists cun disire. Prick $25 feu Ton. (_CHEMICAL COMPOST. This Fertilizer j is largely* composed of animal matter, such _as meat, bone, tijih, leather, hair and wool, together with chemicals and inorganic fertilizers, which decompose the mass, and retuiu the nitrogenous elements. It is thoroughly impregnated with urine, and the thinner poitionsof night soil. . It is a very valuable fertilizer for field crops generally, and especially for potatoes, and garden purposes. Its...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

_xcxj_^t _k:-ei i_.'s _rEBltter "W_'izie of •? T giiflggHL's bitter wigs of mm. A PURE and powerful TONIC, Corrective J_\ and Alterative, ol wonderful efficacy in diseased of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels. Cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints Headache, General Debility, Nervousness, Depression of Spirits, Constipation, Intermittent Fever, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for FooJj fullness or "Weight in the Stomach, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming, of the Head, Difcult Breathing, Yellowness of the Skin and _Kyes, Fever and Dull pains in the Head, Pain in the Side, BackChest and Limbs. It will cure every case of Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys, and Diseases arising, from a disordered Stomach, Good for Male or Fcmale,Old 01 Young. The most beneficial medicine known ; gives better _satisfaction and cures more diseases than any other preparation offered to the public. Prepared solely by S. A. KUNKEL & MtO., 1 8 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

Wouldn't own Up! Joe stetson was a wild (rollicking fellow, who spent most of his time in drinking and spreeing, while his wife Polly was left at home to do chores. Upon a certain occasion Joe left home to be back, as he said, that night. Night came, but Joe did not. The next day passed, but, about suDset_, Joe came up, in the worst condition imaginable—his clothes dirty and torn, one eye in mourning, and his face presenting more the appearance of a piece of raw beef than anything else. Polly met him at the door, and noticing his appearance, exclaimed : "Why, Joe , what in the world is tho matter with you ?" "Polly," said Joe, "do ye know long Jim Andrews ? Well, him an' me had a fight." ".Who whipped, Joe?" asked Polly. "Polly, we had the hardest figh_^ye ever did see. I hit him and he hit me, an' then we clinched.—Polly, ain't supper most ready? I ain't had nothin _seace yes'day mornin'." "But, tell me who whipped, Joe," interrupted Polly. "Polly," returned Joe, "I tell ye...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

5_gjcttt_$i:& ants _dForsatttn Mother, oh ! how sad and lonely Is my aching heart to-night; Not a star of hope or gladness Casts upon my/path its light. '( I'am weary and forsaken, Yet, dear mother, you will be Ever, kind, and true, and loving, Though they have deserted me. Mother, oh ! how pure and guileless Was your child one year ago ; Now look at me ; see how deeply I •am* laden down with woe. I was rich with holy virtue Just one year ago to-day, But I trusted in Orlando, And he led me thus astray. Friends now turn their faces from me, They all pass me quickly by ; Friends that once did love me dearly, All do shun me now, and why? Is it that he has deceived me, , And betrayed my heart within ? Would that 1 had died in childhood Than t' have lived in shame and sin. Father, he, ton, doth forsake me, So doth brother William, too ; And my darling siater Mary, Who did love me once so true, Turns away her head, and shuns me, None will try my heart to cheer ; Mother, they...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

Q£$" Every woman should be married to an excellent man. Marriage, it is true, brings care and wear ; but it is tha ring that i3 worn that keeps bright, and the watch that lies unwound that gets out of order. The sweet sympathies involved in the family relation ; the new energies developed by new responsibilities , - the new compensation for all outlays of strength, bring about a delightfal play upon the heart and intellect, which, in their reaction upon the body, produces an effect that is nothing less than preservation. Then there is a higher power than this—one which wo speak of soberly and reverently. N-o one is completely armed against the encroaching ills of life who has in his heart no place for religion. The calmueds, the patience, and the joy and hope that are in possession of that woman whose heart i_? right in its highest relation, can never fail to preserve and heighten every personal power and charm that she possesses.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

Why the dying never Weep. The reasoD the dying never- weep is because the manufactures of life have stopped for ever; every gland of thV system has ceased its functions. In almost all diseases the liver is the first manufactory that stops work; oue by one the others follow, and all the fountains of life are at length dried up ; there is no secretion anywhere. So the eye, in death, weeps not—not that all affection is dead to the heart, but be - cause there is not a tear drop in it, any more than there is moisture on the li p. It is a striking characteristic of that terrible disease—the cholera—that the pati»nt, however suddenly siezed, never sheds a_^tear, even though surrounded by weeping friends. The great feature of the disease is the suspension of. the secretions of the system, and the, most active excretory work, by which the body is drained of its fluids.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

83 _T Some statistics of the Morgue, the Parisian dead-house, in which all bodies of unknown persons are exposed for three days for recognition, have just been published. They embrace a period often years, during which time 3,334 persons (of whom 2,331 were males) have bet>n brought in; 493. of these . were newly-born infants ; seven-eighths of the whole were identified ; 1,244 were, between twenty and' forty years of age. The total number of suicides was 1,766, of which 1,414 ' were by drowning, 115 Dy hanging, 95 by firearms, 56 with the fumes of charcoal, 46 by leaping from high buildings, 16 by sharp instruments, 11 by poison. 7 by turniQg themselves under wheels, 4 by brandy and other spirits. The causes of these suicides are given as follows: Insanity, 233; _drHnkeness, 84; want, .75 ; pecuniary embarrassment, 64; disapointed love, 62; domestic troubles, 59 ; delirium tremens, 23.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

Don't Dance.—A plain, unlettered man, from the back country in the State of Alabama, came up to _Tuacaloosa, and on the Sabbath went to church. He selected a seat in a convenient slip, and awaited patiently the commencement of the services, Presently the music of a full toned organ burst upon his astonished ear; be had never,heard one before; At the same time, the gentleman who owned the slip came up the aisle, with his wife hanging on bis arm. As he approached the door of the slip, he motioned the stranger to give place to the lady. The movement he did not comprehend, and from the situation of the lady and gentleman, associated as it was in his mind with the music, he immediately concluded that a cotillion or French contra dance, or some other dance was intended. Rising partly from his seat, be said to him : "Excuse me, sir-i-excuse me, if you please I don't dance."

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