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

Holloway's Ointment. The opinion of the Press. Read it. Sprains, dislocations,&c . —We take great pleasure in recommending this deservedly popularmedicine to our friends and patrons in particular and to the public at large. We speak advisedly, being in a position topronouncea reliable opinion from having used, it at home, besides the economy of the aiticle, as we have saved in the year more than one Doctor's bill3 by having the Ointment on hand. We. have tried qpedeldoc liniments , eirbrocations, and pain extractors without end, but for the immediate cure of Sprains, dislocations, wounds, bruises, cuts, burns, , scalds, blotches, pimples, and cutaneous eruptions, we have found none so_,speedy or effectual;as Holloway's Ointment.—Herald. The Great Holland Remedy.—Boarhave's Holland Bitters—Persons subject to nervous or sick headache , will find in Bserbave'_s Holland JJiiters a sure, safe and pleasant remedy_. It soothes the _throbbing head, corrects acidity of the stomac...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

THE PEOPLE'S COOK BOOK _IKTOflEim GOWteflH in ail its blwto B Y MISS _KLL2.A ACTON, Carefully Revised by Mrs. S. J. Hale. It Tells You How to choose all kinds of Meats, Poultry, and Game, with all the various aud most approved modes ot dressing and cooking Beef and Pork; also the best and simplest way of salting, pickling and curing the same. It Tells You All the various and most approved modes of dressing, cooking, and boning Mutton, Lamb, ' Veal, Poultry, and Game of all kinds, with the different Dressings, Gravies, and Stuffings appropriate to each. U Tells You How to choose, clean, and preserve Fish of all kinds, and how to sweeten it when tainted; also all the various and most, approved modes of cooking, with the different Dressings, Sauces, and Flavorings appropriate v> each. It Tells You All the various and most approved modes ot preparing over fifty different kinds of M_«at, Fish, Fowl, Game, and Vegetable Soups, Broths, and Stews, with the Relishes and Seas...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

- >?43r§' This looks rebellion!" Senator Todmtf' % ' family have returned to Washington (^ the winter. The Secessionists evidently do not design an attack upon _tha _©apital, but are humanelplacing their_^women and children in the rear, .f .. ¦ ,.: . . ... ¦ _ggTAndff Vance went into a bar-room in Angaiw, Ga., on Friday, offered to treat the_^crowd, and taking a bottle of laudanum >,from his pocket said it was his last* dfirilS' and swallowed 'it.: All attemps to we his lite were unavailing. _^_T W_®. D. Totty, who was to have beenhungfon the 2n instant in Richmond for the mu_^ier of his siste r-in-law, Miss Thorn, but tips respited by Gov. Letcher until Friday the 9th, has been further respited nxtfH the 16th inst. GST Yule,e_,_£tbe Florida Senator, advises his State$kp secede. He is not a citizen of the >Upited States by birth or adoption and wajnts perhaps to annex Florida to the West Indies, where he was born. /A *m <§_TThe bravery of the Navajo...

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

_ifiT A lad of fifteen years, named Stevenson, conspired with some thieves, at Pittsbnrg, Pa., to rob his sister of her watch, money-and other valubles. The young _rascaHed the gang to her ropm) a few nights since, and accomplished the robbery. They turned chloroform on her face and head, sickening not stupefying her. She kept quiet, and recognized her brother. The rogues were arrested next day. _g_^" A Bible was recently sold at auction in France, which had been presented by a nobleman to a deceased actress. The purchaser turned over the leaves, and found scattered here and there bank bills amounting to*about $3,000, which the actress had never discovered. Her heirs have commenced a suit to recover the money. H_^The new Declaration Independence, sent to the Constitution, wa3 a mere draft by a Southern clerk in Washington, arid which that paper was foolish enough to publish. The President takes no notice of such a whimsical, unofficial act. In a word, it was a constitutional h...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

Peterson'3 Magazine.—We are in receipt of this popular Lady's Magazine for December; It is a splendid number. "Peterson" has a circulation of 100,000. It will be greatly improved in 1861. It will contain 1000 pages of double column reading matter ; 14 steel plates ; 12 colored steel fashion plates; 12 colored patterns in Berlin work, embroidery or crochet, affd 800 wood engravings—proportionately more than any other periodi cal gives. Its stories and novelets are by the best writers. Its fashions are al ways the latest and prettiest. Every neighborhood ought to make up a club, Its price is but Two Dollars a year, or a dollar less than Magazines of its class. Subscribe for it and save a dollar. To clubs, it is cheaper ,.still—viz : three copies for $5, or eight for $10. To every person getting up a club, the Publisher will send a magnificent premium. Specimens sent gratis to those wishing to get up clubs. Address, post-paid, Chabi.es J. Peterson, 306 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia...

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

%\t MttW iteifem The Palmetto _Cockade. —This distinctive badge Of the fire-eaters of South Carolina, is . thtis described :—It is about three inches _inffidiameter, a blue rosette surrounded _Hfith slips of the Palmetto form the _centre, and the lower part of the circle encloses a veritable brace of twelve rattles of the rattlesnake! The motto is, "When I make a noise I strike —Death rather than dishonor." The button fastening the cockade has upon it the representation of a Palmetto tree, with the motto, "Animas assibusque parati." If they can find rattlesnakes enough to furnish cockades for all hands, South Carolina must be rather a pleasant country to live in. " Impartial—but not Neutral. " *-_'_*^'_>-|FI *-*''s -'''''*^>>n-i'"»»^^ SATURDAY, LEC'EMBER 1. I860

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

Sejdession.c-7-A Significant Fact.— W_,e_^have it ,from the best authority that •a large military equipment house in Pililadelphia, for some considerable time lajrar the1 first talk of secession, received _AWdbtb from the South inquiring the cost per man of such equipment. The house wen $ to considerable trouble in making _otxtffbrious estimates according to the form, or nature of the information sought, and $in variably replied to their many correspondents. The range of cost was from _toc|ff to fifty dollars per man.— They have, never received an orderin response fron_^ either _individual or company. Forty dollars was too much to pay for a whim.—-Jvoio York Commercial Advertiser. . L

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

(^_Tm Alexandria (Va.) learns that on the 7th inst., at Fairfax C. H., Va., a man, named Gartrell, who had voted for Lincoln,, was seized by a party, and carried a short distance from the village where he was blacked with printer's ink and the ._nw mounted on his horse, and started- homeward, in a most uncomfortable _pKgffi. _t <@f Major Wood has purchased a Fifth Aventfeinouse, corner of Thirty-second 8treetj\'rbr $35,000, and proposes to get mafribd, (for the third time) and move in shortly. He marries a Miss Mills, upon whom; it is understood, he _agrees to settle $.00,000 the day before the knot is

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

_^Hon, Sherrard Clemens the Wheeling Congressional District; Virginia, comes out in a letter to his constituents in manly expressions of conservative patriotism. He regards the recent election as a pretext for an assault upon the Constitution, and denounces the hot and indecent haste of South Carolina with unqualified condemnation, regarding its effect as perilous to the cause of the South, and considers that it will only result in the Southern States becoming colonies of Great, Britain or stipendiaries of France. He will resent by his vote any wrong against the Constitution, and, rather than join the secession movement, will retire from public _lifo

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

MARRIED On the 22d ultimo, by the Rev. J. Aspnl, Mr. " H. F. Brcser, to Caroline, daughter of the late Reuben Mulhson, all of Columbia. On the 23d ultimo, by Rev. Dr. Dorsoy, Mr. R. M. J. " Little, to Anna, daughter of Mrs. Catharine Clemments3 all of Columbia. __JDJ _KJ . _) . On Sunday night last, Mrs. • wife of Mr. Nicholas Chapman, of this borough, at an advanced age. . ,. In Columbia, on the 20th ultimo, G eobge W. Wolf, son of the late George Wolf, Esq., of Columbia, aged 27 years. On Wednesday night last, Susie, daughter of the iate Jacob Rollin, of this borough, aged about 13 years.

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

|^-Jabez Wilcox, of Stamford, Vt., _Sloped Monday, with the wife of "Lyman mJrozier, and after stopping in Bennington one night, started for Canada the following. Wilcox left a _^ wife and four children, and bis paramour a husband and'threV children. '! ®_PfIt has been decided by the Courts (^Delaware, that a dog is not property, and that no bill of indictment, charging the theft of a dog'can be sustained. If the* dog has a collar'on and isstolen, ttie * tMef can be indicted for stealing the collars

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

_lE_^We learn from Washington that preparations are being made for the coming session of Congress. The chambers have been arranged for the use of members, and everything is in re _' _adiness for their accommodation. But few have arrived. The old Seriate chamber has been arranged for the accommodation of the Supreme Court. _^"Old smokers are taking all the comfort they can from the fact that Ralph Farnham, the Bunker Hill veteran commenced smoking when he was 40 years of age, and has kept it up ever sinp.fi. ¦¦ •' -. ¦•

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

J. A. CO>\Gl>ON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MARIETTA, PA., Opposite the residence of Col. J. W; Clark. Prompt attention given to securing and collecting Claims , and Orphans? Court business generally. . Will attend to business in Lancaster and adjoining counties. Conveyancing and other writings promptly - •. ¦::¦: .:.• *i " ¦¦ -executed. •.- . - - • ¦ - ¦ -_*

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

_jg_^ wife Wheelock Porter, of Winona, Minn., who lately eloped with two men, and was caught and recovered at La Crosse, seems to have been bewitched as Eve was by an apple. She says the men gave her apples "before she* left the house, and kept her eating them nearly all the time, and she believes the apples were poisoned.

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

_«g"TheMedical and Surgical-Report? er of Philadelphia, states that chloroform is very rapidly going out of use, in consequence of the danger attending its administration, its place being supplied by ether. * Hannibal Hamlix.— It is supreme folly, says Forney's Press, to attack Hannibal Hamlin, the newly elected Vice President of the United States. We perceive that even Mr. Yancey has descended to the point of saying fhat Mr. Hamlin is a mulatto. Mr. Yancey and the Administration papers should remember that Mr. Hamlin was never called a mulatto until he became a RepublicaB. Our own knowledge and estimate of the man is that he is an upright, fearless, and. conscientious statesman.— He could never have won his way in the Democratic par_^ first, and in the Republican party second, without being a person of very considerable abilities.-

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

<^"At-New_.Brooklyn, New York, the wife of a German named Fry attempted ,to kill him by pouring scalding hot coffee down his throat while he was.-asleep. He was badly scalded bat not fatally. Sharp Cuts from Forney : We clip thfi following " cross cuts " from a late number of Forney's Press : We notice in the Constitution, the organ of James Buchanan, a letter from a clergyman, in favor of secession, who tells us that slavery is _Scfipturally sanctioned by the practice of patriarchs and prophets and the precepts of the Saviour. The remark of this clerical toady reminds us of the observation of a great Southern statesman who heard a Northern man trying tojustify slavery by the Bible, as follows: "We know the exact value of the institution ourselves, and I never had any patience when any decent man attempted to make slavery a DivinA institution." The Washington Constitution, wn» its British editor, laughs " at the anuonrmons intimation sent to Mr Lincoln threatening him...

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

, _(g- Mr. Olingham has been nommat el by the Democratic legislative cau •cos at Raleigh, for re-election to the U, *§S. Seriate.

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

J. E. _HOFFER, ;. Civil Engineer, Surveyor, Conveyancer and Draughtsman, Main-st., Mount joy, Lancaster Co., Pa. A LL kinds of land surveying and dividing £\levelling of watercoursesroads&c. Accurate and neat plain and ornamental Mapping and draughting of town plans, large landed es tates, &c. Mechanics ' Quarriers ' and Earth work measured and estimated. Deeds, Relea sesPowers of attorney and other legal instru ments neatly and accurately drawn. Execu tors ', Administrators ', Assignees ' and Guar dians accounts stated. _Idr* He is also Agent for the sale of the Ridgeway. Farm and Land Company ' s Lands in Elk County, Pa. Communications by letter promptly attended to. PLATED WARE: A Large and fine stock of Plated ware at H. L. & E. J. Zahm ' s, Corner of North Queen street & Center Square, LancasterPa. Tea Setts, in variety, Coffee Urns, PitcheisGoblets, Salt Stands, Cak_«l Baskets, Card Baskets, Spoons, Forks, Knives, Casters, 8£c, &cat ...

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

All._deacripti_^n sores are remediable the prpper .and diligent use of this inestimable preparation. To attempt to cure bad-legs by plastering the, edges of the; wound tdgether is a folly; for should the skin unitea boggy diseased._cbndition4 remains, underneath to*break out with tenro. _bjkfury in a'_.few'days. The only _rational and successful treatmentas indicated bV nature, is to' reduce'the inflammation iffand about the wound and to soothe.the neighboring parts by rubbing in .plenty of the' Ointment as salt is forced into meat., * piptheriq,_^TJ_^Jrdte ' d $ore ~ :'throat, and \ r.,. ' ; ' :. ' .. -' ' Scarlet and other'Fevers... . , Any of the above diseasfes may be _^ cured by well rubbing the Ointment three times a day into' the chest, thrbatarid necfc'ofthe patient _j it will soon pe'D! etfate, and give immediate relief. * Medicih'e taken by the- _mjo_'uth'mtJSt Operate' upon, the'whole system ere its'MhfluenCe_'can be felt in any local partwhereas the Ointment;wiird6" it...

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

_EJ _£J £j i *? «J SEVEN YEARS! The seven years of unrivalled success attending " Ji)e _Gostnopolifao _2M 'Association," Have made it a Household word throughout every quarter of the country. Under the auspices of this popular Institutionover three hundred thousand homes have learned to appreciate—by beautiful works of art on their walls, and choice literature on their tables—the great benefits to be derived from becoming a subscriber. Subscriptions are now being received in a ratio unparallelled with that of any previous year. Terms of Subscription : Any person can become a member by subscribing three dollars, for which sum fhey will receive 1st. The large and superb engraving, 30x3S inches, entitled j " Falstaf? Mustering his Eeceuits." 2nd. One copy, one yearof that elegantly illustrated magazine, " The _f_^asji-La/_LoJuIcui. jft_*t /_PoLULrLoL. " 3rd. Four admissions, during the season, TO THE GALLERY OF _PAxKTIKSS, 548 BROADWAY, NEW-YORK. In addition to the above benefits, ...

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