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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 24 December 1864

turn if these Bitters are used. No person in a fever and ague district should be without them. From Rev, J. Newton Brovm, D. D.t Editor of the Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Although not disposed to favor or recommend Patent Medicines in general, through distrust of their ingredients and effects; I yet know of no suffici tnt reason why a man ma> not testify to the benefits he believes himself to have received from any simple preparation, in the hope that he may thus contribute to the benefit of others. I do thib more readily in regard to Hoofland's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C, M. Jackson •because I was prejudised against them for a jiumber of years, under the impression that * _hty were chiefly an alcoholic mixture. I,am indebted to my friend Rob't Shoemaker, esq., for the removal of this prejudice by proper tests, and for encouragement to try them, wjfen suffering from great and long debility: The use of three bottles of these bitters, at the| beginning of the ...

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 24 December 1864

It ia the only reMable self-Adjusting Wringer. Xo wood-wurk to swell oi split. No thumb-screws to get out of order. Warrantrd with or witb-out Cog- Wheels. It took the First Premium at Fifty-seven State and Ccuuty Fairs in 1863, and is, _tri/4-out an txception, the be<t Wringer ever made. Patented in the United Stated, Kn;;Ur.<_l, Canada, aud Australia. Agents wanted iu every town. _Energetic agents can make from 3 to 10 Dollars per day. No. 2. *6.5O No. 1. $7.50. No. F. $850. No. A. #9.50: Sample Wringer sent and express paid on receipt of price. Manufactured and sold, wholesale and reail, by the PUTNAM MANUFACTURIN G CO., No. 13 Platt Street, New York, and Cleveland, Ohio-. S. C. NORTHROP, Agent. WHAT EVERYBODY KNOWS, viz: That Iron well galvanized will not rust; That a wimple machine is better than a cornplicated oue; That a Wringer should be self-adjusting, durable, and efficient} That Thumb-Screws, and Fastenings cause delay andU oubit to regulate and keep iu or...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 24 December 1864

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MARIETTA. Designated Depository and Financial Agent of the United States. By instructions from the Secretary of the Treasury, dated March 26th, 1864, this Bank is authorized to receive subscriptions for the National 10 40 Five percent. Loan, in Coupon or Registered Bonds. *• This Loan, principal and interest, is payable in gold. On Bonds ' of $500 and upwards, semi-annually. (1st of March and September) and on those of less denominations annually, (1st of March.) Subscribers can _receive Bonds with Cpyipon8 from March 1st, by paying the accrued interest in coin, or in lawful money by adding 50 per cent, for pre i ium. Or, if preferred, may deposit the principal only, and receive Bonds with Coupons from date of subscription. Registered Bonds will be issued of the denominations of $50, $100, $500, $1,000, $5,000 and $10,00u, in Coupon Bonds of $50, $100, $500 and $1,000. For th« greater convenience of subscrib rf, the different Banks and Bankers throughout the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 24 December 1864

AGENC Y OF THE DUTCH EAST INDIA COFFEE COMPANYdepot :—168 READE-ST., N. Y. The above Company are kno vn all over the world as the owners of tbe Coffee Plantations of Java and Bat a via in the Dutch East Indies, and arc the largest monopolizers of Coffee on the Globe. The _undersigned (who is appointed their sole Agent in the United States and in the British Colonies) will have for sale three different kinds of COFFEE, which, for regularity of grade and cheapness of price, will defy competition. Our " BAT AVI A COFFEE" never before introduced in this country, but extensively used in the Armies and Navies of Europe and richly valued, will be put up at prices to come within the reach of all consumers, and our EXTRA JA VA will be the Magnum Bonum Coffee of the age. We will have, for accommodation of Grocers, Families and Government Contractors, samples (dry, and drawn) for testing. _Orders solicited, (in receipt of cash, Coffee promptly forwarded as directed. A. LIPPMAN , 168 Reade-st...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 24 December 1864

KliaKKL'S BITTER _WIKS OF IRQ-? . M A PUKE and powerful TONIC, _Corrects J\ aud Alterative, ol wonderful etricacv _m _disc*«eit of the Stomach, Liver and Buu-elt ' . Cu res Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints Headache, General Debility, Nervousness, Depression of Spirits, Constipation, Intermittent Fever, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of tbe ' •Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Difcult Breathing, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Fever and Dull pains in the Head, Pain in the Side, back, Chest and Limbs. It will cure every case of Chronic or Nervouj Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys, and Diseases arising from a disordered Stomach, Good for Male or Female, Old oi Young. The moat beneficial medicine known ; pver; better satiffaction and cures more disease * than any other preparation offered to the public. Prepared solely by S. A. _KUNKEL & BRO., 1.8 Market street, Harrisburg. For sale by ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 24 December 1864

Literature, Fine Arts and Fashions. The most magnificent Steel Engravings. Douole Fashion Plates. ' Wood Engravings on every subject that can interest ladies. Crochet knitting, Netting, Embroidery, Articles for the Toilet, for the Parlor, the Boudoir and the Kitchen. Everything, in fact, to make a Complete Lady's Book. The ladies' Favorite for Thirty-five Years. No magazine has been able to compete with it. None attempt it. Godpy's Receipts for every department of a household. These alone are worth the price of the Book. Model Cottages (no other mag1 azine gives them), with diagrams. Drawing Lessons for the Young. Another specialty with Godey. Original Music, worth $3 a-year. Other magazines publish old worn-out; but the subscribers to Godey get it before the music stores. Gardening for ladies. Another peculiarity with Godey. Fashions from Messrs. A. T. Stewart & Co., New York, the millionaire merchants, appear ia Godey, the only magazine that has * them. Also—Fashions fro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 24 December 1864

/^1 _ERMANTOWN TELEGRAPH. XJ ° A Family and an Agricultural Journal. Devoted to Choice Literature, including Poetry, Noveletts, Tales, and Moral and Entertaining Reading generally. In the Literary Department we shall present the choicest varieties within the reach of our extended means. The Nov«.lett9, Tales, Poetry, &c, shall be supplied from the highest and best sources, and be equal to anything to be found in any journal or magazine. Agriculture and Horticulture, embracing Farming, Gardening, Fruit-Raising, &c. Our labors in this department for over 30 years, have met the cordial approbation ol the public. Our purpose has been to furnish useful and reliable information upon these very important branches of industry, and to protect them, so far as in our power, against the false doctrines and selfish purposes of the many empirics and sensation-adventurers by ¦which tht Farmer is incessantly assailed ; this portion of THE GERMANTOWN TELEGRAPH is a]one worth the wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 24 December 1864

Formerly Keesey's, OPPOSITE MARIETTA_^ fTIHIS old Ferry—one of tbe oldest and most J. safe crossings on the Susquebanna Riveris now In charge of the undersigned, who {baa refitted the old and built new boats, which will enable him to do ferrying with safety anddis. patch. No unnecessary delay need be endured. Sober,and experienced Ferrymen always engaged. No imposition in charges as the foilowing list will show: ' " Farm Wagons, each $1:00 Horses, per head :25 Single horse and rider, _&> Two-noise Carriage and two persons, 1:0° Buggy, horse and'two persons, - *•_& Foot Passengers,,,each, ' , :1 * Stock of all kinds at the old charges. All Luggage over fifty pounds, 85 _centsfpei 100 pounds extra. - 4i ¦ ¦ __ July 15_J_1863. " ' * «*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 24 December 1864

XIf£ _Gfllftl _ITOe KlXJISTKl-E I-i ' Bitter "Wine or 1_ROJV_.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 31 December 1864

_Calculating Greenback Cutiency - A Butch man who keeps a. country 1 store in the neighborhood of Boston, had ten pieces of calico on bis shelves when _ttie _pr ices began to advance. He sold _onJi at ' the old rates, and said he—" J'When I went to_^e city ' to buy more, de money dat I got for my ten pieces of calico bought only eight. I took my eight pieces homd, and marked a high profit on 'em, and sold dem fast enough, and_4 wjie ' n dey was all gone, I took my money and went to de city, and by duuder, it bought only six pieces! Well, '(links I, dis is making money backwards. Bui I_^_toblt ' my six piece' s home, and put 'an awful big profit on dem ; and now, tinks I, I must make money like smoke. But wheri I got dem sis pieces sold, I took ¦de.money I got for 'em to de city again, and thought I would get about twelve pieces, but the calicoes.had gone up again, And I got only four pieces. Wejl , I took dem home, put on a much . bigger profit as I did before _h and thought...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 31 December 1864

A BRIDE m THE WRONG 'BED. A newly married-pair put,np at the Spencer House, New York—they went out shopping—returned—bride had; left some things—she quietly slipped out—found her lost art ides—returned—Mistook Main street *- for Broadway—got into the Madison instead of the Spencer —it looked a little strange—asked boy if she was ia the.Spencer—boy said yes, not fully understanding her—^she told him to lead her to forty-eight—she disrobed andleot into bnd—expecting her _busbandflRmentarily ' —fell asleep—the occupanfr _' crf'Room No. 48 Madison, an IndiaDa Merchant,/returned from the theatre—a little tight—quietly went to bis room—to bed—to sleep. ' The account proceeds : • JIow long the two reposed there, side by. side, with only a foot of space between them, all unconcious of each other's presence,l is not exactly known, but probably about an hou , r, when a tremendous noise was beard in the apartment, from which female screams issued, wildly, piercingly and unceasingly. • ¦ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 31 December 1864

_fN the prime of a vigorous intellectual manr hood, trie Phoenix ol the weeklies begins u flig ht tor ttie »ew year, over _tjie wrecks of ts flagging and lifeless contemporaries, with is eye fixed upon the sun, beneath which ' it _iwrwt no rivalry. ' The war, which has to|Jpleddown! wliateyer I shallow and baseless, bus written no wrinc on the bright regis of our success Our iktures for the issue of 1865 shake the pillars !f whatever has heretofore beeu deemed imertM in &eiial literaluie. Both fcidea of the Ltlantic render us tribute. We shall continue he thrilling _romances of Miss M. E. JBradon, lecromancer of the strong dark passions, to thorn we pay more money annually than the int;re capital of our imitators, and add to our American staff'the champion je_"_stef of the cup [lid bells, Josh Millings, who Will' _comments _liih the first of _Jaijuury a series' of hi9 'well-|uown inimitable comic iiapi'isy written ex-Iresslv for us, in his _irredistably convulsive Lin. Har...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 31 December 1864

_Y The Cavalry Horse. \ The cavalry horse is' quite as familiar witti'th' e long list " of Various trumpet signals, as the rider himself; he stops instantly when the signal for halting1 is1 sounded ; .passes-from a walk to'a 'trot, from'a trot to a gallop, without requiring any. reminder-from'spur or rein. If his rider fall in battle, or lose his stirrups _^ he stops a moment, andt waits for him ; if he remains_*lyipg on the _ground, 'he stoops his head, smells at him,-and when he ascertains there is no hope, of _his _. remountinjj,, makes his way back to his_._frpop,,wedges(himself in his place in . the ranks, and._^_shares afterwards in, the movements_^of the rest. Music has an _^mazing r influ_^nce over, him. , ¦ Jf (an_T air be suddenly struck up; you will .see. the worn-out and mortally tired horse raise his'sick head, prick ' up _' his ' e ' ar _' _4 become animated, and move briskly forward to the_'front. ' "" " ' /J ' • _During a halt_^ or when quartered for _Ifee ni...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 31 December 1864

r A EemariaDie Anecdote ' . '1>_x *. Lord Craven -lived ,in London when the last great plague-prevailed. His honse V&s in that part of the town call-' ed _GraverStfJuildings. • On that sad 'ca_^ lamity_, the ' growing epidemic, his lordship, to avoid tSpger; resolved'to retire to his seat in the_\gountry. His coac ' u, and six were _acporcHjncty at the door, the baggage put in, * find all things in readiness, for the journey. 'As he was walking through the hall with_^his bid on, ' his cane under his arm, and putting otf his gloves, in order to step into his carriage, he obseryed _hisCnegro_, who served him as a/ postillion, saying to another servant—"I suppose as my lord's quitting.I _^ on-, don 1 toi avoid the plague, that his God lives in the country, and not. in town." The poor negro said this in the sim: plicity of his heart, as really believing in a plurality of Gods. The speech, however, struck Lord Graven very sensible, and made him pause. "My God (thou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 31 December 1864

Dare To Do Right. Daru to do right! Dare to be true! You have a work that no other can do, Do it so bravely, so kindly, so well, Angels will _hasten the story to tell. Dare, Dare. Dare to do right ! Dare, Dare, Dare to be true ! Dare to be true ! dare to be true ! Dare to do right! Dare to be true ! Other men's failures can never save you: fcjrtand by ' your conscience, your honor, your faith ; Stand like a hero, and battle till death. Dare to do right ! &c. 'Dare to do right ! Dare to be true ! _, God, who created you, cares for you too ; Treasures the tears that his striving ones shed',_# Counts and protects every hair of your -> head. *</ Dare to do right! &c. I V i Dare to do right! Dare to be true! Keep the great judgement Beat always in view,;' Look at your work as you'll loqk . at it then—Scanned by Jehovah, and angels, and men. Dare to do right! &c. Dare to do right! dare _^a be. tru e! Jesnsi your Saviour , will carry you through ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 31 December 1864

©Dr. ©Sins gear. | From the . old woods, dim and lonely, Comes a moan ; There wiuds _aije sighing only—"Summer's gone." All the bright and sunny hours, And the,gieen and leafy bowers, With the Summer's latest flowers, Are faded now ; And the br _>w Of the waning year Has been twined with dying leaves ; And the gathering of the sheaves Tells us Autumn's here. Now the winds go loudly moaning I Through the vales ; •And the forest trees are groaning E Mournful tales ft)f decays that swiftly gather, KOf the coming wintry weather, ¥p( the snow, that like a feather, I Soon will fall; ' And the call 8 OE death, is sighing [Over all the ripphug streams j Aud the Summer's lingering gleams Are sadly dying. 'Tis the waning, waning twilight 'Of the year I That hovers now, all strangely bright 1 Bound us here ; I And soon the year will pass away, . Like the light of an autumn day, _' Adown old 'Winter's dim highway To its tomb; And the gloom * Of the silent Land _< W 111 * 131...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 31 December 1864

_> Something1 toL do in HeaveDL_u \ There"ll _J)e something; in heaven''for . _children tft do; _v _, j ,, None are _. idle in that blessedJand. . There'll be loves for ' the heart, there'll1 ~ *' ' ; be thoughts for th'emiria/' t And employment for each _little hand. |Th.ere'll_;b« something ! tp, do;. There'll. - l( , _» ,. be 8gmethingjto d4 o; , . t ' There'll be something for children to . - .• ' _faP "_«rp - n ". v./4. On the bbightTshiniag ' shore'J 'where - ;. • itherete' _joyr«_vermorei 1 ,_;,>, There'll, be something for children ,to_, ' _• ' . '" .d . ° !_- " .(... . a ' _< " . There'll be Iessons .to71_earn of the wiadom of God, As they wander the green' meadows' o ' er; '¦>',.'.. - _. And they'll haye fo . r_, thejr ;teachers in _, , i( that blesjt a , bode , ( , , All the good that hav,e gone there be-, before. * There'll be something to do', &cl . * There'll .be _errandss of love from- the 1 mansions above, To the dear ones th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 31 December 1864

_. : , _, . Ifever be afraid. ; _, , _jS[ever.,be,afraid to.8peak,for Jesus, _, 1 'fKitik h ' owmuch a ' wp ' ,rd " can:do ; Never b'e'_afraid to own_'your Saviour, He' Whoilovesand"cares*for youi_^ Nev-er b.e_, afraid, -;Nev-eribejafraid, ; , Neverv never, neverj_, " „ . ; 1 i) e sus is your loving Saviour, • Therefore_^never,, be. a-fcaid. • , Never be afraid to work for Jesus ' , rn( 'his'vineyard_J day'b'y: day; ' • ' ' Labor with a kind and willing spirit, ' ; ' ' He, will all vonr toil re_,pay ;Never be af aid, Never be afraid, Never, never1 ; never, &c. . • _J:>j '< 1 '. ¦ 1 11 • _> Ne\ter_a b,e afraid to, bear, for _Jesus,, ., * - Keen reproaches when they fall,;_. Patiently endure your every trial, ' Je>8U8'mee'kly bore(_theniiall. i ,1 . .' • Nevgr be . afraid,, &c. s ' . > Never beafraid _' to ' liv_^'for Jb ' _sub; ' ' _, If you fin his care 'depend; _" Safely shall,you>passthrough every trial; • He will bri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 31 December 1864

BeautifaL Land of Resti 1 . ' Jarusalpm, for ever _bright,— /i , Beautiful land of rest, No ' winter there, ' nor chill of night, — Beautiful land of rest ! The dripping cloud as chased a-way,.-The sun breaks forth in endless day,— Jerusalem, Jerusalem, The beautifuhland of rest. i ¦ . Beautiful _landj Beautiful land, Beautiful ' laud tff rest, Beautiful land, Beautiful laud, Beautiful land of rest. ¦ Jerusalem, for ever free,— , , B ' _eautifiiriand of r,est! The soul's sweet ho ' me of Liberty,— ¦ Beautiful land of rest! ' ¦ The gyves of sin, the~%hains of woe, The 'rtfrfsome'd ' there Will'never _^ know. ¦* Jerusalem, Sec. , ., ,, . j Jerusalem, for ever dear,— Beautiful land of i;e8t! f ' ( " l " * Thy pearly'gates' * almost appear,— ! Beautiful land of rest 1 ,<. - . - . j. ¦• And when we tread thy lovely shore, We'll sipg the soti _' g we've sung'before _^ _Jerusalem, &c. • _. I _jT - - . X

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 31 December 1864

PUBLISHED WERKLY /_£_& _*_$. _f£. J&ake+ , AT ONE DOLLAR AND A HALF A YEAR, PA YABLE hV A D VANCE. Office In "OrnU's Row," on Front street,five' _fcoors East of Finn's Hotel. Single-Copies, witb, or without Wrappers, I • FOUR CENTS. _Advertising Rates : One _square (10 lines, or less) 50 cents for the first insei ion and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion Professional and Business cai da, of six lines Or less at $5 per aunum. Notices iu the road ng colxxtkns_, five cents a-line. JIarriages .aad Deaths, the simple announcement, free; but tor any additional lines, five cents a line. A liberal deduction mad_^to yearly eai half yearly advertisers. «_r f. . Having just added a" Newbi/ry Mouktain Jobber Press," together with a large assortment of new «_Tob and Card type, Cuts, 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 Printino, from the smallest _Carti to...

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