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

cines is permanent—try them, be satisfied, and be cured. JBILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER CO Mr PLAINTS.— General Debility, Loss of Appetite, and Diseases of Females—the Medicines have been used with the most beneficial results in cases of this description :—-Kings Evil, and Scrofula, in its worst forms,- yields to the _miia yet powerful action of these remarkable Medicines. Night Sweats, Nervous Debility, Nervous Complaints of all kinds, Palpitation of the Heart, Painters' Colic, are speedily cured. MERCURIAL DISEASES. —Persons whose constitutions have become impaired by-the injudicious use of Mercury, will find these Medicines a perfect cure, as they never fail to eradicate from the system,, all the effects of Medcury, infinitely sooner than the most powerful preparations of Sarsaparilla. Prepared and sold by W. B.MOFFAT, 335 Broadway, New York. For Sale by al:£ Druggists. . - LIQUID Gum Drops, dandies, Fruits_^ Nuta Toys,&c., wholesale and retail b^~ - . ¦ ¦ ¦ J. M. ANDERS...

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

_ffEW _DETTG STORE, MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PA _TT\R. J. H. GROVE and Harrison «» I / Roth having formed a co-portner- S» ship for the purpose of conducting the -_^_STJ DRUG £ PERFUMERY _fi_^O business, under the firm of GROVE AND ROTH, hereby announce to the citizens* of Marietta and vicinity that they have just completed their purchases, which they they now offer for sale , being a complete asssortment of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye-Stuffs, Glass, Whitelead, Brushes of all kinds, and everything usually kept by druggists and apothecaries._^ An assortment of all kind of LAMPS , for burning Fluid, Pine Oil or Coal Oil. Lamp Tops, Wicks and Oils constantly on hand. A nicely selected lot of all kinds of STATIONARY, Envelopes, Pens, Pen-holders, Inks, &amp;c, of all grades ar.d at all prices. Perfumery, Pomades, Soaps, Tooth Washes and an endless variety of Faney and Toilet articles, all of which will be sold at reasonable prices. [Jan S-35-lv <...

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

_nOMETO ANDERSON'S where will be j found the largest and best assortment of Confectionaries, Fruits, Toys &amp; Fancy Articles ever offered in this placeconsisting in part of New RaisinsCranberriesCurrants, Figs, Dates, PrunesIceland Moss Paste, Gum Drops, Hourhound &amp; Flaxseed Cough Candy, Cough Drops, Pepper Candy, Preserved Fruit,Gum.Fruit, Fig Paste, Oriental Pressed Figs, Cream Bonbons, Jully Lumps, Fine Vanilla Almonds, Cream Strawberries, Jujube Paste, Rock Candy, Wistar ' s Cough Candy, Walnut Candy, Maple, Strawberry and Gum Taffy, Fruit Candy and randies of every quality and price. Dates, AlmondsApples, Citron, Cranberries, Lemons, Mince Meat. Sugar ToysCocoa Nuts, French WalnutSjHazel and PeanutsWaterSugar,Farina, Soda, Fennel and Butter Crackers, Tea Biscuit and Jumbles. 23=Wooden, Tin, Lead, China and Paper Toys, Dolls of every size arid material Black and White. Animals of every description, Tea settfl, Furniture setts, Villages, Trumpets, Violins, Guitars...

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

pl (\ T&gt;_ARRELS Monongahela Whiskey &lt;[)\J D which will be sold at the lowest market rates by the barrel or gallon. " ' ¦* ' " J? R. Biffenbach. GOAL OIL LAMPS: Just received a new and large assortment of new-style Coal Oil Lamps—superior to anj-thing now in use , And cheaper than they can be bought in town. ; * ' GROVE 8r ROTH. T AMPS! LAMPS! SHADES, &amp;C. The-JJ undersigned Las received another lot of FJuid and Coal Oil Lamps, and Lamp Shades of every variety and price. Call and see them at Dr Hinkle ' s Drug Store. ORTABLE LAMP s. A _^ new and most convenient and perfectly _saJfeYi _^mp ' , called tbe _^Portable Coal Oil. Lamp," _fdrjsale cheap at Grope _$¦ Roth's Drug Store. ¦ ' ¦ '; * UGGY and Sleigh BLANKETS of various styles and at much lower prices than the same grades were sold last fall. . . ' Spangler &lt;Sr Patterson.

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

'JAMES N. KING, ATTORNEY AT LAWy No. 207 South Sixth Street) [_beiow walnut] PHH_^_BELPHiA. _^^ Collectionspromptly attended to. §1 WJ&amp;ET CIDER by the Quart, . y New? York White Hominy, _i|jfautsJ*New Figs, Citron, New Crop * Raisins, Currants, Mince Meat, Fresji Candies, Fresh Nuts _Lemmas, _Appjes _^ _lind everything in _tr eating; or cooking Hn\ to be Had AT * WOLFE'S. i_^_rrlLL PAPERS.—We haye jiisf received JW' another supply from1X0Ne&gt; York and Philadelphia _manufactories.; f ftwhaseis can rely upon the newest styles, which will be old unusually low at J. R. DMenbach's.

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

EUREKA MILLS, Marietta, Lancaster Co., Pa. rpHOMAS C. CHILD, Act., has constantly X on hand, or Manufactured to order, all fcnds of SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, Shutters, lire., tfc. All orders addressed to Mehaffey _, _Hotttz &amp; Co., for any of the above articles, of for Bill Stuff, Timber Girders, Lath, Pickets, Pales, Shingling Lath, Floor .Boards_^ ' Weather Boarding/ white Pine Shingles, or Lumber will elways meet withl promptattention, and be supplied on as favorable terms as from any other Establishment ' in the_: country. '£ liberal cliscount off for _casli.

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

— __ .__ •• . "—- * r* I THE WIFE OP _3?DREW _JAOt _fSON. I i The new volume Of Mr. Parton_'s "Life of Andrew Jackson" has the following account of the death of the General's wife : "On Monday evening, the evening before the 23d, her disease appeared to take a decided turn for the better ; and she then so earnestly entreated the General to prepare for the fatigues of the morrow by having a night of undisturbed sleep, that he consented, at last, to go into an adjoining rpom and lie down upon a sofa. The doctor was still in the house. Hannah and George were to sit up with their mistress. At nine o'clock the General bade her good night, went into the nest room, and took off his coat, preparatory to lying down. He had been gone about five minutes; Mrs. Jackson was then, for the Grst time, removed from her bed, that it might be rearranged for the night. While sitting in a chair, supported in the arms of Hannab, she uttered a long, loud, inarticulate cry, which was immediately followed ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

THE UNION • BY MRS. L. H. SIOOTJRNEY* rfo! Eagle of our banded States, Wilt drop thine olive fair, Arid bid the shafts of war and woe Speed bursting through, the air 1 And the soaring Eagle answered _^ * Waving h_«s peace-branca high,-«"Jfo J Freedom_'aclueftain gave the trurt I'll guard it till I die 1" Ye stars, - that shhHS in sparkling blue Upon yon banner _ed field_. Shall be stricken from your place, And half in clouds concealed1 But silent were those glorious orbs, With dread amazement fraught; Each trembling in its crystal sphere 1At the dark traitor-thought. Oh, human hearts! to concord tram'd, By sires who stood of yore, As brothers, when around tneir homes The Lionramp'dingore; Will ye the heritage they won -With _rothleiw handiUvroe ? • Or Tend the Gordian knot they drew Around ye—when they died? _* _faZ from the Pater Patri»' _» tomb, *^f**_"_* ¦• _ii, »»' _^ unt Vernon's shade—ifik_^th _Mu _RDt _vero aS55sfe&amp;a»^ In deep accordance wse. Hark Hark V o'e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

_Caseoe the Mortara Boy.—Our readers will be gratified to see the following letter from Victor Emanuel's Premier to the Secretary of the Universal Israelitish Alliance, of London : "Turin,'Oct. 3,1860. '_?Sir:—I have received the letter which you have addressed to me, in the name of the Society of the Universal Israelitish Alliance, so liciting the aid of the King's Government in the steps which the father of the young Mortara is taking in order to recover his child from the. convent in whicn he is at present retafned.- Persuaded of the justice of M. _Mortara's demands, I have the honor to assure you, sir, that the King's. Government will do all in its power that this child, in whom the public opinion is so strongly interested, may be returned to his family. Be good enough, I beg you, to acquaint the members of the Jewish Society of these intentions of the Government of the King, and receive, &amp;c. , Cavour." The Mortara case will be readily recalled as one of the most a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

_^onmgbw _(_fatfj ®_ims BOROUGH. Chief Burgess, Samuel D. Miller, Assistant Burgess, Peter Baker, Town Council, Barr Spangler, (President) _John _Crull, Thomas Stance, Ed. P. Trainer, Henry S. Lfbhart. Town Clerk, Theo: Hiestand. Treasurer, John Auxer. Assessor of Taxes, William Child, Jun., Collector of Taxes, Frederick L. Baker. Justice of the Peace, JSmanuel D. Roath. High Constable, Absalem _Emswiler. 1 Assistant Constable, Franklin K. Mosey. Regulators, John H. Goodman, E. D. Roath. SuperUsorSamuel Hippie, Sen. _Scho&amp;l Directors, John Jay Libbart, President, E. D. Roath, Treasurer, C. A. Schaffner, _Secretary, John K. Fidler, Aaron B. Grosh, Jonathan M. Larzelere. Po*t Office Hours: The Post Office will be open from 7 o' clock in the morning until 8 in the _evening." * Chas. Kelly, Postmaster. Beneficial Societies: The Harmony, A. N. Cassel, President; John Jay Iibhart, Treasurer : Barr Spangler, Secretary. Thi: Pioneer, John Jay Libbart, President; Abrra Cassel T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

_%\_t Wittily _Parisian IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY , BY jBtfede+Lck &amp;- _&gt; /&amp;ak£_t , AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. T)UBLICAtT6n OFFICE an the second stojfry of Ckull's Row, on Front Street _^ five coin» East of Mrs. Flury_'_s Hotel, _Marietta, Lancaster County, Penw'a. If _subscriptions be not paid within six months , $ 1.25 will be eharged, and if delayed unt il the cxpiiation of the year, ft 1.60 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 months, and no paper will be discontinued until all _arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. A failure to no tify 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 Business cards, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

The Press vs. the Pdlpit.—Henry Ward Beecher, on a recent occasion, said : "The articles of the press go further than the sermon, and carry with them really more weight, certainly where one hears three, which is an abomination before God and man. No preacher who is fit to preach a sermon, is fit to preach more than one a day; and no man is fit to hear more ; or, if he does, he is not fit for much else. Sermons are like boys' pop guns , however many wads you put in, its the last wad that drives the others out." Practical Amalgamation in Ohio.— Miss Georgiette Tucker, a highly accomplished white girl, a graduate of Oberlin College, Ohio, and a successful lecturer on literary subjects, eloped recently, from Toledo, in that State, with a colored barber, and went to Detroit, Mich., where they were married, to the infinite disgust of the girl's father, who is said to be nearly crazy from this redaction of principles to practice.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

A White Woman among Africans.— A Sierra Leone paper states that a white woman, who accompanied her husband, a missionary, up the Cavalla river last May, excited the greatest curiosity and admiration among the sable, _dwellers of that benighted region, where a white woman had never been seen. All wanted to touch her, and great surprise was exprssed on feeling her hair. The king pf the Nyinetno tribe called her " very fine," and complimented her husband greatly for selecting her. And when she told him that he might see other white women who would surpass her, he said that either would never be, or else a very long time. Owing to her presence, the attendance on preaching -was extraordinary large.- Duringiher visit at the Mission station hundreds went to see her, who said .they could feel satisfied to die now that they had seen such a wonderful being as a white woman.-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

A Candidate for the Gallows.—A boy of thirteen, in Memphis, Tenn., had been in the habit of stealing from his father's pockets, by slipping into his room at night. The servants were susptscted, charged' with the offence, and one after another sold off, yet the young rascal continued his crimes. His sister at length detected him, and silenced her by threatening to stab her if she told his father. She promised silence if he would quit stealing, but he continued his habits, and finally the sister finding that she herself was aff last suspected, told the whole story. The boy instantly drew a large knife, and rushed on his sister, exclaiming, "I told you if you told father I'd stick." _&gt; The girl ran from him ; the father caught his son, who kicked and hit him, and was only, mastered by main force. He was at last accounts locked in a room, in which his chief pass time was swearing vengeance on his sister.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

Poisoning Rats.—The best food with which to mix poison for killing rats isr pumpkin seeds. ' Wet them, and sprinkle * ' on a little arsenic, which will adhere " to the _^_seeds. They will be eaten by rats and mice, while' cats," fowls, &amp;c, not being frond of such food, will not meddle .with them. Whenever poiso%&amp;put for these, troublesome pests, _water_^_hould be near,by,\so\ that _theyrmayjeat_^djink and die oUtside of. their holea and hiding places.— , i ,. . - _&gt; _»i Americans with GARiBAtDi'_^r-Charles Carroll Hicks, of Columbu_^_Qo.; Frank Maney, of Nashville, Teimes_^e ,_^ Henry N. Spencer, Jr., of _Petops_^jyjan_^a_, and Alfred Van Benthuysen ' , o_£ _i_^misiana, are among the Americans _servin&amp;ainder Garibaldi in Italy.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

Hannibal Hamlin.—Hon. W. S. Lindsay, who is now in this country as the representative of the British shipping interest, paid the following deserved tribute to Mr. Hamlin,in his speech, before the Philadelphia Board of Trade : "He said he had met most of the Qovernors of the States through which, he had passed, and had enjoyed interviews with a very large number of prominent men of the country, in particular Hon. Hannibal Hamlin of Maine. He spent an afternoon at the quiet residence of this gentleman, and felt bound , to say that for comprehensive knowledge of those commercial and maritime- questions in which both nations are interested, he had met with no gentleman so fully Versed as the gentleman ust elected Vice-President of the United States."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

How to Select Flour.—First, look at the color ; if it is white, with a slight yellowish or strawcolored tint; buy it.-— If it is very white, with a bluish cast or with black specks in it, refuse it. Second,, examine its adhesiveness;, wet and knead a little of it between your fingers; if it works soft and sticky, it is poor,,— Third, throw a little lump of dry flower against a dry smooth, perpendicular surface; if it falls like powder, it is bad.— Fourth, squeeze some of the flour in your hand ; if it ' retains the shape given by the pressure, that, too, i3 agood sign. 'Flour that will stand all these tests it is safe to buy. These modes a. re given by old flour dealers, and they pertain to a matter that concerns'everybody, namely, the staff of life. ¦ ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

New Dimes.—The new dimes and halfdimes for 1860 have, appeared. The thirteen stars encircling "Liberty" are omitted—the words _^United States of America" appearing ifi their stead. On the reverse the piece is,encircled with a sheaf of corn and other_^native products. The coin is very pretty, But the ' omission of the stars will strike man_^trafavoraDly. Onions for Cattle.—A _raiter in the Homestead has great faith in tie efficacy of a peck of onions for ridding_^_spws a_^l oxen of lice. He claims to have_^ffonnd them an, infallible remedy inJiis _practice. They _also_&gt;giye_,to,ne to the stomach&amp;nd are especially valuable in, hot 'WeatBV when working cattle will ' lie in the shajle at noontime, and refuses to eat. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

Refuses to Receive them.—The Gov eminent of Liberia has refused to receive the recaptured Africans who were sent to that Coloney from Key West1 , arid who were captured by our cruisers and landed at. Monroviain August last. . The number of Africans thus landed are about twenty-four hundred. The American Colonization Society have a contract with the U. S. Government /under the law of the last session, to take charge of all those Africans for one year for the compensation of $100 a head; but the Liberian Government refuses permission for the negroes to remain in this territory, or under its protection, _without the same compensation which the Ooloniza-Society is to receive. _,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

A Ghost Story.—-They think they have a ghost in S.t. Louis that frequents insurance offices 1 A book-keeper, writing at his desk, one evening, recently, was interrupted by the entrance of a tall dark featured and well dressed man, who inquired after a man unknown on the premises, and then gazed fixedly at the clerk. The latter sho_| at him with a revolver, and though within ten feet of him and a good shot, his fire made no impression on the ghost. After looking contemptuously at the clerk it shrugged its shoulders and vanished. The clerk pursued'but in vain, and there is a great mystery about the whole affair which is pronounced supernatural.

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