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

¦|ptit, _$ xsU <ttt& Scissors. Mrs. Sarah Thompson, the lady who caused the rebel guerrilla John Morgan to be cut off in the flower of his. brigandage, is now ia _Cincinnati with her two fatherless children. She is homeless and pennyless. The exhibition of the _Kearsarge for the benefit of the National Sailor's Fair, closed at Boston on Thursday of last week. The receipts were $4, 248. Gen. Sherman has with him, in the Georgia campaign, one of the best scouts in the Southwest—an old mani a native Georgian, and a wealthy slaveholder. The Parisian ladies have adopted the very pleasant custom of coloring the hair of their dogs to correspond with the color of their dVesses. A Western paper relates that a _youag man was cowhided and married tne same day. He had seduced two young girls, sisters, forjwhich he was punished by the younger, and to get out of the scrape, married the eldest sister.

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

MARIETTA. PA: _gfalufidau., 05ec£jrrdu_* 17,18b A. 4_ST The State Electoral College mat at Harrisburg on _Wednesday the 7th instant, and appointed Morton , Mc-Michael of the Philadelphia North American, president; John A. Hiestund, of the Lancaster Examiner, as bearer of one of the packages of notes and _certificates directed to the President of the U- States Senate, Elias W. Ilale, was appointed the bearer of the packages directed to Hon. John Gadwalder, Jndge of the United States Pistrict Court and Charles H. Shriver, was appointed to deliver the certificates directed to the President of the United States Senate at Washington, D, 0., to the Postmaster of the seat of Government of this State. Og motion of Hon. John Patton. elector from the Clearfield district, it was unanimously resolved that the pay received by , the electors and messengers to Washington, Philadelphia and Harrisburg be appropriated to the Sanitary ' Commission.

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

The Trenton State Gazette, of Saturday Bays : "It is now pretty generally understood in the inner copperhead circles that Billy Wright has been coaxed and bullied into resigning his position in the United States Senate, and that George B. McClellan is to have the balance of his term. Joha P. Stockton is to have the long term. §35" Ts& sharpers have been arrested in Philadelphiator selling tallow in barrels, two thirds of which was clay—there being but a few inches of tallow at each end._; . _; —:— ~ _^ ?—; : , '_^_T Returned prisoners at Annapolis report having seen women and children, with guns in their hands, in the trenches about Savannah. $£$' The pay rolls of the four largest corporations in Lawrence amount to $225,000 per month, or at the rate of $2,700,000 per annum.

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

On Monday last the U. S. Supreme Court room was filled by ladies and gentlemen to see Chief Justice Chase on the bench for the first time; they were disappointed, however, h6 not having yet been qualified. By order of the Navy Department the name 'ofthe torpedo vessel, heretofore known as the ¦Stromboli_, has beeu changedI to Spuyten Tuyfel, or in good square English, "in apite of the Devil." Of course this is a wicked name ; but as it is intended for wicked work, ' it must be all right; «- The Dictator, the great sea-going iron-clad, has recently made several trial trips,,and it is said to be fill that could be expected.of her ia every respect. She has sailed for Fortress Monroe, and may be intended for Butler's canal.

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

The Camanche_, monitor iron-clad, is np w ready for,service, having had, steam on for some time. It is said she works to the satisfaction of all concerned. The • United States has more coal and asks more for it, than any other country on the globe. A blue and pink mare, apd a colt of the same color, are the attractions of a _cireus in England. '* The wasteTmadTby servants, in dust_, ashes, cinders, and grease, is said to amount to more than _$l,00(V,000 annuaU _£_*The widow of the late-;Hoc. Rufus Choate, died at Roxbury,: Mass., on the 8th inst., aged sixty-one. _, Congress has passed the - general Bankruptcy bill. It will .now come before the Senate. -

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

THE COLUMBIA INSURANCE CO., Of Columbia, Lancaster County, Penna. FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT. Whole amount insured, $2,604,435 6S Whole amount of Premium Notes, 255,931 4l> Bal. Cash Premiums, January 1, 1S63, $2,120 31 Rec'pts for premiums, less Agt's commissions in 1863, 9,382 45 Receipts for Assessments less Agt's commissions in 1863, 2,385 02 4113,887 79 .Losses and expenses paid in 1863, $10,133 32 Bal. of Premiums , Jan. 1, 1864, 33 754 47 _^_ $13,S87 79 A. S. GREEN, President, GEORGE YOUNG, Jr., Secretary. MICHAEL S. SHUMAN, Treasurer. \ -DIRECTORS : Robert T. Ryoh , John W. Steacy, ' ¦ ' John Fendrich, H. G. Minich, Samuel F. Eoetlein , Michael S. Shuman, Michaels. Shuman, S. C.Slaymaker, ¦ ' George Young, Jr., Nicholas Me Donald. Edmund Spering, ' Amos S. Green.

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

GROCERIES,—Coffees, Sugars, Teas ,_^_g w _^^ _^ FishSalt, Dried Fruit, _BS| _^^55252?Cranberries, Spices, etc. _haP S3"An early call is solicited. . SPANGLER $ PATTERSON. Marietta, October 29,1864-tf. " .M. _&.m^> StttbittM _anlr _Confosanm. Would most respectfully take this means _oi informing bis friends and the public general!) that he has commenced the drawing of t DEEDS, • MORTGAGES, _JUDGMENTS, and in fact everything in the Cokvevanci>« line. Having gratuitous intercourse witn member of the Lancaster Bar, will enable m._| execute instruments of writing with _accurate S3" He can be found at the office of " _i", Mariettian " on Front street, or at his r«" idence on Market street, \ a square west oi " Donegal House," Marietta. . S3-Blank Deeds, Mortgages, Judgments ar Leases always on 'hand and for sale. ^^ _W _"_^S _$_*_£_^M1 *

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

*g^~ quite a strong opinion in England that Mailer did not confels on the gallows, as alleged. A _lawyer calls loudly through the columns |of Public Opinion for the manuscript prepared by Muller before His _execution. It is alleged that this is public property, and that the Aldermen have no rigjit to keep it from the people, as they are doing*. . Louis Blanc has written strongly against the idea that Muller confessed. The parson who alone heard the alleged confession lias .given two or three different versions of it already. He was laboring under such an excited conviction that Muller was guilty, and vehement superstition that he would •?go straight to, hell if he didn't confess,' that hia account, totally, unsupported as it is, is; scarcely creditable.

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

gg-The Star Family Paper.—We print elsewhere the New York Mercury's novel-and telling prospectus for 1SG5, which gives a* fair idea of the tact and enterprise of the oldest, ablest, and most reliable literary weekly in America-Its _'attractions for the coming year are unusually clever and numerous, and its serial stories always fresh, racy, and exciting. The miscellaneous features announced seem to us, who speak of the paper from _lptag personal conversance with it, to constitute of themselves splendid inducements to subscribers. Its unrivalled; circulation enables, the publishers to supply it at lower rates, than any of its less p leasing and successful contemporaries.

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

: _WHIBJJilJHdS: _-" ! HH ti. D. BENJAMIN, ¦BS9_V DEAl ER IK Wines & liquors, Picot Building, Marietta, Fa. BEGS leave to inform the public that he will continue the WIN E & LIQUOKbusiness, in all its branches. He will constantly keep on hand all kinds ot Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch Whiskey, Cordials. Bitters, _£c, BENJAMIN'S Justly Celebrated Rose Whisky, ALWAYS ON HAND ' . A very superior OLD RYE WHISKEYust receivedj which is warranted pure. S3-All H. D. B. now asks of the public is a careful examination of his stock and prices, which will, he is confident, result in IIo tel keepers and others finding it to their advantage to make their purchases from 1 im

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

The Farmington Chronicle speaks ol a sermon, the Bubject of which embraced "the personality, history and character of the invisible leader of the hosts of darkness." This may well be said to be "whipping the devil around the stump." The London papers of November 18th announce the arrival of "General Tom Thumb" and family in that city. They are holding daily levees in a hotel near St. James 'Palace. The Star says : —"The baby is a pretty little_^girl, with light silken hairs and a vivacious disposition. She will be a year old next month, and it may interest our readers to know that she weighs precisely seven pounds and three quarters.

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

The Hon. Salmon P. Chase, just appointed Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, was born on the 13th of January, 1808, and will therefore be fifty-seven years of age on the 13th of January next. . The oldest member of the U. S. House of Representatives is the Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, who is seventy-one years of age, and the youngest is James A. Garfield, of Ohio who is thirty-three. Lord Lyons, the British Minister at Washington, has gone home on account of ill health. A sale Of his horses, liquors, &c, took place in that city, a few days since, and brought very high prices.

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

The ladies of Paris, not content with dyeing their hair red, now dye their lapdogs to match the color of dresses. Groan _ringn. _ypH_^t _dftgn mH jsk jM>_1n° pups are all the rage. A little child of Mr. David Fox, of Boyertown_, Berks county, accidentally poisoned itself by eating arsenic, which had been mixed up in molasses and placed on the sill for the purpose, of destroying flies. 1 . A farmer' of>bhnefttane townshiri Snyder_^atfCyThad at the late harve/t a _^ MifgiftBtock of buckwheat, which yielded, "fbar "thousand one hundred and seventy-nine" solid grains. An extra ordinary yield frouva single grain.

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

_Qg* The singular epithets of "bears" and "bulls" were first applied to speculators in stocks on the London Exchange about 1834, When two parties contract, the one ,to deliver and the other to take stocks on a future day at a specified price, it is the interest of the delivering party, in the intervening period, to depress stocks, and of the receiving party to raise them. The former is styled a "bear," in allusion to the habit of that animal to pull things down with his paws, and the latter a "ball" from the custom of that beast to throw an object up with his horns.

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

(9* William Overfield, Esq., at one time a member of the House of Eepr_,e-Bentatives and Senate of this State from Luzerne county, and afterwards a Canal Commissioner, died at hia residence, in Monroe county, on the 21st ult., at the advanced age of 78 years. «?? . _3_ST Mr. C. A. Ely, of Georgia, Ohio, in his will, gave a block of buildings to found a library, $5000 in addition for books, and the income of $10,000 every alternate year for books or works of art for the library.

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

_qgT Maj. Gen. Wallace was robbed _)f §25 on Friday _,by a man who got into lis room at the Eutaw Bouse, in Baltimore. Upon being discovered the thief ran out and locked the door on the General. S3* There was an Indian Chief at Newport the past summer, who, seeing Anguste Belmont ride in a carriage with four horses asked "if he had eaten so much dinner that it required four horses to carry him."

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

Wk _^_aaettian. F. L. J_^cbker_, Editor,

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

ICKORY & Oak AVood, 60 _Cordi each Hickory and Oak Wood. Orders must companied with the cash when they will be promptly filled. Spaugler & Patterson. TJOWARD ASSOCIATION. XA. PHILADELPHIA, PA, Diseases of the Nervous, Seminal, Urinary and Sexual Systems—new and. reliable treatment—in Keports of the Howard Association. Sent by mail, in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address, Dr. J. Skillin Houdfeton, Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth Street, PiiUadelphia, Pa. f_> . _*_#¦¦• ' ¦ ' ' . ~i: /V TTENTION ! SPORTSMEN!! H Eley's Gun Caps, Eley's Gun Wadda, _^ Dupont's Sporting and Glazed Duck Powder Baltimore Shot; Shot Pouches, Powder Flasks &c,,at JOHN SPANGLER'S. WILCOX'S Celebrated Imperial Extension Steel Spring Skeleton Skirtwith, self-adjustible Bustle. The latest and belt in use, just received at DIFFENBACH'S

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

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1864- Ijg_^The "Lady's Frieud" for January ia out, which fully bears out _ita high reputation ; it has now entered its second year. Tho leading- steel eDgraving, "Hush ! it is Asleep," is a beautiful picture, and will doubtless go right to the hearts of the ladies. The Fashion Plato—a double one, as usual—is very handsome indeed, admirably engraved on steel, and richly colored. Then there is a colored design of a Work Table Companion, a very useful lady, as she seems, in red and yellow and blue ; and numerous other engravings of the Fashions, Work Table Department, &c. The Music of this number is a piece entitled "I stood within our Cottage Hall." The literary contents are excellent. Now is the time to commence subscriptions. Price $2:50, or 2 copies for 84 ;' 9 for 816; 21 for $35. Spedlien numbers will be sent to those desi< rous of making up clubs for 15 cts. Wheeler & Wilson's celebrated Sewing Machines are furDisbed as Premium...

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

In support of the above statements, are presented the Certificates of Dr. James R. Chilton, New-York-; Dr. Hiram Cex, Chemical Inspector, Ohio; Dr. James R. Nichols, Chemist, Boston; Dr. E. N. JonesChemical Inspector, Circleville, Ohio ; Prof. C. T. Jackson, Chemist, Boston; Dr. Charles Upman Shepard, CharlestonS. C.; and J. V. 'I. Blaney, and G. A. Mariner, Consulting Cherr.istChicago, all of whom have _anylyzed the Catawba Brandy, and cmnmend it in the highest terms, for medicinal use. Analysis of the Mass. State Assayer. [1S58.] When evaporated through clean linen it left no oil or offensive matter. In every respect it is a p ure spirituous liquor. The oil which gives to this Brandy its flavor and aroma, is wholly unlike fusil or grain oil. Its odor partakes of both the fruit and oil of grapes. With acids it produces _ethere of a high fragrance. The substitution of this Brandy for Cognac Brandy will do away with the manufacture of fictitious spirits, sold under this name bath a...

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