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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

PUBLISHED WERKLY . M& JSP. _&.. _/_gjcJu_* , AT ONE DOLLAR AND A HALF A YEAR PAYABLE IN ADVANCE ' Advertising Rates : One squire (10 lines, or less) 50 cents for the first inset ion and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion Professional and Business _caids, of six lines or less at $5 per annum. Notices iii the read ng columns, ./ire cents a-line. Marriages and Deaths, the simple announcement, free ; but lor any additional lines, five cents a line. A liberal deduction made to yearly 8 ud half yearly advertisers. -Having just added a " Newbury Mooktain Jobber Press," together with a large assortment of new Job and Card type, Cut3, Borders, &c., &c_, to the Job Office of "The _Mariettian," which will insure the f ne and speedy execution of all kinds of Job & Card Printing , from the smallest Canx to the largest Poster, at reasonable prices. Office in "Orull's Row, " on Front _sti eet_, five _^doo rs East of _Flury ' s Hotel. Single Copie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

I They are prepared to make all kinds of Iron |C!isiiii{rs for Rolling Mills and Mast Furnaces, [_PipM, for SteamWater and Gas ; Columns, (Fronts, Cellar Doois, Weights, &c., for Builfdinga, und castings of every description ; STEAM ENGINE_^, AND BOILERS, IS THE HOST HOVERS AND _IJIPBQVEB .Miumer; Pumps, Brick Presses, Shafting and I_'lilleys_, Mill _Guaring, Taps, Dies, Machinery. for Mining and Tanning; Brass Hearings, iSteum & Blast Gauges, Lubricators, Oil Cocks, Valves for Steam, Gas, aud Water;.iBrass Fittinjid in all their variety; lioilers_, Tanks,. FJues, HeatersStacks, .Holts, Nuts, Vault Doors, Washers, &c. _BLACKVMITHING in GENERAL. Froinlongcxperieuce in building machinery w« flutter ourselves that we can give general satisfaction to those who may favor us with their orders. _^'Repairing promptly attended, to. Orders by mail addressed as above, will meet v Uh _i> ro m p t atte nt 10 n. Prices to suit tke times_, Z. SUPPLE E, i T. R. SUPP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

_^" Printers' "devils" are, generally, "ladies' men," notwithstanding they have a rather bad Dame. Sometime ago, one of these gentlemen and his lady-love were taking an evening Btroll, and while walking along, chatting briskly' upon the numerous topics of the iday, she saddenly caught bis band and looking smiliiigly in his face, asked : "Do you know why I cannot get religion?" "No," replied he, "I do not, my dear." "It is because I love the 'devil.'" ¦ ! 1 ,.t —: ?*? ~ $1_T This is the style in which the.fair ones in sonrB parts of Yorkshire convey the hint to backward Bwains. "Why don't you get married?" said a young lady the other day to abachelor friend, who was down there on a _,_visit. "I've been «_trying for the last ten years -to finai p_^ me one who would be silly enough to have-me," was the reply. "Thetfeyoa haven't-been down our ._yaty,"_^ was ' tfie insiQuatiDflr rejoinder. • s.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

Teally think.' - ' ' ' \: ¦ Poor Marclyffe! It was about the thirtieth time he had' bedn asked 'the 'sam6 question. _' " .* ¦ '_< •/. ' - * _«_i < ¦ '. "Why, how' can T'teli; Arthur? You might as well ' ask trie to Tead the'Hifadoos alphabet as' 'to decipher the mysteries of a woman's heart.' ' Why don't »'you ask her yourself?" "" "Me ask her!" and the cold chills it.. . , ,i ran through, me like veins _, of ice. "Jack.J.dare no,t _» for my life !" : Jack burstjurto a laugh. _£ . .} _^ _^.W eU} ,1 can't give,,any better_^_dyice,;' said .ha,. "only .remepib1 er,.myi bpy f. ^(aint heart never won fair ja_^y, . '_^_, j _^ ", He turned away, and left me standing In tife* amber _tftush .'of o?he]- twilight, <amon_^t-he"cfitaao'nI _^lti6teTs< of cinnamon_,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

-jo run ' Spangler_, !_- SUCCESSOR TO DAVID ROTH _' IN THB HARDWARE BUSINESS, Would take this method of hiformingthe.pub-I ic that he is now prepared to furnish anything in his line of business, such as : • Glass, Oils, Varnishes, Stoves, Iron, Carpenter's Tools, Hinges, Bolts, Locks, Nails, all kinds, of Building material, Coachmftker's - Goods, Cederware, Clocks, . . .. Fancy Articles in large variety, with_^a full assortment of shelf goods generally, which he will sell at the lowest prices, wholesale or retiil. Call and examine the stock. Ma.iet.a, March o, 1864. _SITPPLEE & BEO., v_^S ™^ IKON AND BRASS _ZjfiJIl FOUND ER8 ^^"_W And General Machinists, Second street, Below Union, Columbia, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

"tftill She Keeps Rocking Him." Still she keeps rocking him, Ever caressing him, Brushing the hair from - His colorless brow. Softly they've whisper'd her, "Life has gone out of him; " Gently she answers, "How still be i3 now !" Still she keeps rocking him, As though she would shake froin him The cold baud of death, j Like the weights from his eyes; Booking the clay of him_. While softly, the soul of him Angels are rocking Far up i-Q the skies.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

._». _w ai \a _» 8ence °J nearly _^ree years in the Navy and Arm\of the United States has returned to the Borough of Marietta and resumed the practice %of. Medicine. : $3* Especial attention paid to Surgical cases m which branch of his professio n he has had very considerable experience. bit. j. z. _hoeeeS_; _-_^^ _DENTISTS MS_^^ Of the Baltimore College _^_tUES? OF DENTAL SURGERY, LATB °2_L_5_^B5JaB _PS_^_'' OK_£ .}y c E:—Front street, next door to R. ii"?* Drug Storebetween LocuBt rind Walnut j _trceis , Columbia. uoKANIELjT_^ER, ; _Vf ATTORNE Y AT LAW,. _' ., Ovvirv. m n LANCASTER, PA. : otw» _°S ~^No '24 NoRT« Duke Street tend? *u Cm _-1H °«<«» > whencefwill at.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

_£3_T How long Eve, the first woman lived, we know hot. It is a -curious fact1 that in. sacred history, the age, death, and burial of only one womau-_^ Sarah, the wife of Abraham—iis distinctly noted. • Woman!? age ever since appears not, to have been a subject for history or discussion. .:. ,, • _S_^" A Democratic editor Iowa says his _pjarjy iA that . State _tiasjtaken the _^ .degree of LL. _" ]D.,-r "Licked Like _, the DeviL" ' • ' • _rV •» ; _®_T We .hear of a yoogg _, lady _^ in town .who_^ _^ _^ajgeyheat_^ed i_^t ¦A_^W .P?_ftd f her round-obouldered. JilUJo J J '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

sirultzdb Brottier7 FASiilONAHLEHATTERS. ,. ' , ' A _general assortment of Hats, Cnps, and LADIES FURS OF ALL THE LATEST STYLES, constantly on handwhich will be sole at the lowest rates for cash. " All i;oods in our line manufactured to order. _Uknhy A. _Shultz.1 [John A. Suultz Lancaster, A'ovtmbcr 5 $ lS64.-tf. ... . _J_^iS_?85 _^ J-ACOB HARLBY, lOWiffiSiS_^_aSI SUCCESSOR TO STAUFFER & HARLEY, No. 622 Market-Street, Philadelphia/

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

_jgT Adam was fond of hia jokes ; ancl when he Baw his sons and his daughters' marrying one another, he dryly-remarked to Eve that if there had beeh no apnle there would have been do pairing.; _._^r'itjs, no_$ _< _tbe,, ,happy, death, but; the h_«ppy life that makes men happy.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

TUB DRAFTl_§$m_$_W _M MM!! BUT that which effects us in connection with the Array, is not tke only one—the Draft upon the pocket these times ig equally severe—consequently we purchase _goods where we net them cheapest. Who would not be out of the Draft?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

By this Sigh, we Conquer ''Whenever the way seems lonq_. Or the heart begins to fail. We sing a more wonderful _smui. And tell a more wonderful tul ." JANUARY 1. _lSGf). T WENTY-SEVENTH ANNIVERSa _,\ , OF THK Z\\t _Nffo gor!? _<Hcrcurp. - The Pride of the Fireside. _TN the prime of a vigorous intellectual man. l_^ hood, the Phoenix of the weeklies u-y ,,. _ts flight tor the new year, over the wrecks , ts flagging and lifeless contemporaries, u¦;• its eye fixed upon the sun, beneath which :-swns no rivalry. The war, which has toppled down wlmtpv_,r is shallow and baseless, has written no wrinkle on the bright aegis of our success O.-Features for the issue of 1S65 shake the pi'_._ia:, _af whatever has heretofore been _deemed i;n. perial in _beiial literature. Both sides of th,. Atlantic render us tribute. We shall enntit; ¦¦ ,- ¦ the thrilling _romancos of Miss M. E. Brul :i, necromancer of the strong dark passions. t> whom we pay more money annually than ti_;n ent...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

§8" The Hon. James Speed, of Ken: tucky, recently appointed Attorney-General of the United States, is not only a lawyer of eminence, but has long been distinguished among the eminent men of his own State. As early as 1849 he was a leader of the small party which endeavored to make Kentucky a Free State. Since then he has been devoted to the practice of his profession. The sincerity of his anti-slavery opinions is shown by his voluntary emancipation of his own slaves about three years ago. tSF Chief Justice Chase is the author of the phrase, "Congress has no more power to make a slave than to make a king." The sentence is contained in one of the resolutions adopted by the National Liberty (Free-Soil) Convention held at Buffalo, in 1856. Mr. Chase wrote most of the resolutions_, of this Convention. (3f* A lad , of fifteen years old recently captured a shoplifter, of _Lewiston, Me. Seeing a man steal a cap and walk off, the boy followed him and presenting an unloaded pistol, threat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

_^ RE-OPENING _g_£ Market Street, Marietta. TTAVING just laid in a pure and frc._ih stock £JL of _MediGinea, would take this mi-aiis to 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 fair and reasonable prices for cash. In addition to his stock of Drugs'and Chemicals will be found a varied assortment of Toilet and Fancy Articles, such as Tooth, Hair and Nail Blushes, Infant #&ft Combs and Brushes, Pocket _ai_*d Red- _JmST 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 Powder, Roue, Colougne, Bay Water, Powder Boxes, &c, &c. Corn Starch and Farina, Coal Oil, Lamps, Shades and Chimneys, STATIONARY. Everything in the Stationary wi-y, such as Pens, Inks, Note, Tissue, Blott...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

The Hero.—Major General Wiiliam _Pecumseh Sherman, is the full name of the hero who has marched upon Savannah. He was born at Lancaster, Ohio, in 1820; his father, the Hon. _Chas. R. Sherman, one of\.the Justices of the Ohio Supreme Court, and elder brother of Senator Sherman. He was educated in the family of the Hon. Thomas Ewing the distinguished lawyer, whose daughter he married, becoming brother-in-law to the now General Thomas Ewing. At sixteen he entered, and in 1840 graduated from West Point. In 1841 he was stationed at Fort Moultrie, Charleston ; in 1848 was breveted captain for Mexican services; in 1853 he took charge of the banking bouse of Lucas, Turner & Co., at San Francisco ; and in 1860 was President of the State Military Academy of Louisiana, a position, which he resigned on the first indications of secession, declaring to Governor-Moore that "on no earthly account" would he "do any act or think any thought hostile to the Government of the United States." S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

' $£? The term in the U. S. Senate of the Hon. Wm. A. Richardson, ' (Dem.) of Illinois expires with the present session, and the lately chosen Union Legislature will elect his successor for six yaara ensuing. The Hon. Elihu B. _Washburne (who has been longer in the House than any other member), Gbv. Richard Yates, Gen. John A. Logan and Gen. John M. Palmer are suggested as candidates for the post. .».«. : - _€_S* Jem " Mace has written a letter to the editor of Wilkes' Spirit indicating his purpose to visit America on a sparring tour, if he * should receive encouragement to do so. He ' engages to exhibit his belt and cups, seven in number ; adds in a postscript that he has lately sparred before the Prince of Wales and the elite of British nobility, and thinks that his engagement in this country would be highly successful. f^* Panama Heral d says that information has been received in San Francisco lately to; the effect that Dr. Gwin_, formerly United States Senator from Californi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

"Vylatter O-oocisi T¥7'E have lately received from the Eastern Y T markets, a large assortmeat of Fall and Winter Goods, that were purchased during the Gold panic? when prices had touched the " bottom ; we are, therefore, prepared to _furnish .all Jcindsot merchandise much below the present market vuluc. OUR STOCK COMPRISES ALL GRADES OF CLOTHS, Cassimeres and Veslings, Over-rCoatings, Fancy Cassimeres, for full suits, AND FOR BOYS WEAR, Cassinetts and Jeans, Ladies Cloaks and Cloaking Cloths, A full lint '-of French Mericoes, Coburgs and _Alpacas in all colors, Rich, Plaid and Biocade _Lustres, Plain and Fig'd Wool _oijanixed DeLaines, Superior Mourning _DgLninen & Alpacas, A large assortment of Merrimack Prints, Scotch Plaid and Plain Dress and Skirt Flannels, Long and Square Shawls, in great variety, Sacking and Shirting Flannels, Large and Small Balmorals, Washington Skeleton Skirts, the best article in the market—every Skirt guarranteed, Frtnch Corsets, _Traveling Ove...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

List of Generat,s-in Chief.—A. list of the officers who have held the position of general-in-chief of the armies of the United States since the formation of the Republic comprises the following names : Brevet Brig. Gen. Josiah Harmar, from September, 1789, to March 1791. •Maj. Gen. Arthur St. Clair, from March, 1791, to March, 1792. Maj. Gen. Anthony Wayne, from March, 1792, to December, 1796. Brig. Gen. James Wilkinson, from December, 1796, to July, 1798. Lieut. Gen. George Washington, from July, 1798, to December, 1799. " ,Maj. Gen. James Wilkinson, (again) from Juno, 1800, to January, 1812. Maj. Gen. _Uenry Dearborn, from Jannary, 1812, to June, 1815. Maj. Gen. Jacob Brown, from June, 1815, to February, 1828. Maj. Gen. Alexander Macomb, from May, 1828, to June, 1841, Brevet Lieut. Gen. Wififield Scott, frcm June, 1841, to November 1, 1861. Maj; Gen. George B. McGlellan, from November 1, 1861, to July 23,1862. Maj. Gen. Henry W. Halleck, from July, 23,1862, to March 12.1864. L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

JCr * Matrimonial! Ladies aud Gentlemen. If you . wish to marry, address the undersigned, who will send you without money and without price, valuable information that will enable you to marry happy and speedily, irrespective of age, wealth or beauty. This information will cost you nothing, and if you wish to marry, I will cheerfully assist you. All letters strictly confidential. The desired information sent by return mail, and no questions asked. Address Sarah B. Lambert, 12-3m.] Greenpoiht, Kings co., N. Y. _£_f= Eve and Ear:—Prof. J. Isaacs, M. J). Oculist and Aunst_, formerly of Ley den, Holland, is located at No. 511 Pine-st., Philadelphia, where persons afflicted with diseases ot the Eye or Ear will be scientifically treated and cured, if curable. Artificial Eyes inserted without pain. Np charges made for examination. The medical faculty is invited, as he has no secrets in his mode of treatment. February 6, 1864.-ly. £3= To Consumptives. Consumptive sufferers will receive a v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 December 1864

.JgfiMtal Notices. S3" _InformNation Free !—To Nervous Sufferers.—A gentleman_^ cured of nervous debility_^ incompetency, premature decay, and youthful error, actuated by a desire to benefit others, will be happy to furnish to all who need it, (free of charge) the Teceipt and directions for making the simple remedy used in his case. Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser ' s bad experience, and possess a sure and valuable remedy, can do so by addressing him at once at his place of business. The receipt and fall information—of vital importance—will be cheerfully sent by return mail. J >hn B. Ogden. No. 60 Nassau-st., New-York. P. S.—Nervous sufferers of both sexes will find this information invaluable. 3m 83=A Card to Invalids.-—A Clergyman, while residing in South America as a missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for the cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay, Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Organs and the whole train of disorders brought on by bane...

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