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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

A Candid Ukchi.v. —'What did your mother say, my little man? Did you give her my card,' asked an inoxperieuced gentleman of a little boy whose mother had given him an invitation to call upon her, and whose street door was accordingly opened to his untimely summons by the urchin, "Yes sir,'quoth the urchin innocently, 'and mother said, if you were not a natural fool, you wouldn't, come on Monday morning when every body was washing.' At this juncture, mamma with a sweet smile of welcome, made her appearance at the end of the ball, when to her surprise' Mr Verysopht, the visitor bolted ! 'What in the world does the man mean ?' inquired tea. 'I dunno,' replied the urchin» ; 'guess he's forgot _suthin.' ¦ . _, . *¦¦

Publication Title: Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

Severe on the Girls.—An exchange says:—The number pf idle, nselesB girls in all our large cities seems to be steadily increasing_. They lounge or , sleep through . their mornings, parade the streets during>_tlie afternoon, and. assemble in, frivolous .companies of their own and other sex to _^ pass away their evenings.; _VAfhat _^ a store pfunhappiness for themselves and others are they laying up for the coming time, when real duties and high responsibilities shall be thoughtlessly assumed ! They are skilled in no domestic duties—nay ' , they despise them; have no habits of industry nor taste for the useful. What will they be as wives'anS mothers'? Alas for ' the husbands and children, and alas for themselves. Who can wonder if domestic _uuhappiness and domestic ruin fpllow."

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

_^r Hemove Pain.—Dr. Hall _saya neuralgia of the severest character is sometimes removed by painting the parts affected two or three times a day with a mixture composed of half an ounce of the tincture of iodine and half a drachm of the sulphate of morphiBH.— One of the most powerful liniments for the relief of severe pain is made of equal quantity of spirits of hartshorn, sweet oil and chloroform; dip into this a piece of cotton cloth doubled, aboatthe size of a silver dollar, lay it on the spot, hold a handkerchief over the place, so as to confine the fumes, and the pain immediately disappears. Do not Jet itremain on over a minute. Shake it well just before using, and keep the bottle very closely _stepped. .

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

putu'_stjfo _emttkij AT ONE DOLLiR AND A HALF A _YEMi, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. _nvvrnv ( Ckull's Row, Front Street, five uej_?u £.: j doorg bfilow _$imy ,a HoteL Advertising Rates : One - square (10 lines, or less) 50 cents for the first insertion and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. • Professional and Business cai ds, of six lines or less at $5 per annum* • Noticve in the reading colmnns, five cents a-line. Marriages and Deaths, the simple announcement, free ; but for any additional lines, five cents a line. A liberal deduction made to yearly and half yearly advertisers. Having receritled added a large lot of new Job and Card type, Cuts, Borders, fee, to the Job Office of "The Mariettian," which will insure the fine execution of all kinds of Job& C a n d Printing, from the smallest Card to the largest Poster, at prices to suit the _Wur times.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

Irish Economy. —At a late Assize in Ireland two men were condemned to be hanged. On receiving their sentence one of them addressed the Judge, and said he had two favors to ask him. "What are they?" said his lordship.1 "Plase your honor. " said Pat, "will you let me bang this man before I ain huDg- _inyself?" "What is the other request ?" said the Judge. • ' "Why, plase- yoqr honor," _coutinued Pat, "will you let my wife hang me, ' for she will do it more tinderly than tK'S hangman, and then what she will receive for the job will help the poor era tur to pay her rint."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

_<_g_£* No one having made a just observation can deny that the Gospel elevates all who are anyways obedient to its facts, principles, or spirit. While all other religions debase, Christianity alone has proved itself able to exalt and ennoble its disciples. It has raised entire nations out of the horrible darkness of barbarism. It has aroused the dullest minds to the putting forth of marvelous powers, and it has quickened souls dead in trespasses and in sin with the flame of'a-new life .-_^Tbese are facts incontrovertable. They contain the arguments and demonstration of the Divine origin and power of our religion which no sophistry can refute.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

$__T It is customary in some churches for the men to be placed on one side, and the women on the other. A clergyman, in the midst of his sermon, found himself interrupted by the talking of * ¦ some of the congregation of which* hewas obliged to take notice. A wQfjjj||| _^ ._H *~ immediately rose and wishing to _Ca_^V- ' ' her own sex from the asPersioa,._lam_, ' ' "' "Observe, at least, your _rever&fece.-piB .-not o_^-odr ' side." "So _rnucJh tin? belter, good woman, so much _tfift befter_,* _-»M- -_^ _swer_^d the clergyman : "it will _be_^lli-e- • ' sooner over." >_£ t-'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

_£_3_T Wheeling, Virginia, is one of the oddest of &H places. The Intelligencer of that city, gives the following sketch vouching for its accuracy: "We saw yesterday, going up towards the _jxpper ferry, a team of four animals—a horse, a pony, a mule, and a Bull. The horse had the heaves, the pony was blind, the mule ways lape, and the bull had no provision for fly.time. In the wagon which, was an ordinarv one, sat a white man, a crippled negro, and a tame skunk. The ekunkwas firmly bound with a whisp of straw.. The white man held the lines, the team held its own, and the nigger hfilrl _tha skunk." '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

Curious Facts.—In Australia it is summer in January and winter in July. It is noon there when it is midnight in Edrope. The longest day ia in December. The heat comes from the south, and it is hottest on the mountain tops. The swans are black, the eagles are white, the bees do not sting, and the birds do not sing. The cherries have no stones, the trees give no _shadow _. for their leaves tnrn edgewise to the sun ; and some of the quadrupeds baye.a beak and lay egg?.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

_^_T Fun should , be cultivated as a fine art, for it is alt ' ogetlier a very 6ne thing. Whoever knew a funny man to be a bad one ? On the contrary, is be not, nine times out of ten, generous, humane ,_^ social and good ? To be sure he is! \ Fun —it is a rare thing. It smoothes the rough places pf life—Bcatters,,sunshine and flowers wherever-it go_^_g '— gives the world a round .jolly countenance and makes the girls as pretty as June roses.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

<_3 _T "Isaac," said Mrs. Partington to hernephew, "when yon enter the state of alibony, choose a voracious and wellinformed young woman. T>hen, my dear, your love will be infernal, and your posterity uncertain." Ike ' looked.accordingly solemn, and continued to pat molasses on thedoorknob. ., ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

_Igr "John/' said ._^ . doting parent to her _gormandised _vian, "do> _yjoa really think you can vaat- the whole of that pudding withT , impunitpT' "1 don't, know ma," rpplied the-young glutton, "but I can with a spoon."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

_GT Some iwag says that the, essentials to afe _. maL&'_s happiness * are bvjtthijee_. in, number, _^iz: a little beauty; plenty, of good _clothes, and lots of male 'feeifitteil. / » _«. 4-——>j i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

¦fig"A dull day, an empty pocket and;- _^_, _- feeling in love, affects a man's spiftts ' j_^ most seriously. "_^11

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

f_^y Say_. what is right, and let others say, wjhat they please'. **You_" ' *areWt v& sponaible for more than one tongueeven/if you are married, . ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

f__PGeneral Grant, it is said, never _^t? as_^s a man to drink a second time, for _v_i\ he never re-treats. jJp

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

¦^When-Is a bed not a bed? When ^^ it is ar little bag-gy. _^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

¦———¦^———¦———Friends and Eelatives of the brave {SOLDIERS &SAILO11S. HQLLGWAY'S i-ILiS & 0!WT3_iaKT ALL WHO li.A _VE V U 1 E N D S AND Relativo.-i m _mc Army or Navy, _j*riouij take special _cait. that they be amply sup_^ ia-.i with these Pi!;. - ;-.nd Ointment; and where tl.e brave Soldiers and Sailors have neglected to provide themselves with them, no better present can be sot them by tneir friends- They have been proved to be the Soldier ' s neverfailing-fiiend in the hour of need. Coaghs and Colds affecting Troops Will be speedily relieved and effectually cured by using these admirable medicines, and by paying proper attention to the Direction? which are attached to each Pot or Box. Sick Headache and want of Appetite Incident * ' to Soldiers ! Those feelings which so sadden ususuaily arise from trouble or annoyances, obstructed prespiratibh, or'eating and drinking _whatever is unwholesomethus disturbing the healthful action of the liver ahdstomach.- These org...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

TT a 7-SO X_^OJ_^IST. The Secretary of the _Tieasuty gives notice that subscriptions will be received for Coupon Treasury Notes, payable three years from August loth, 1SC4 with semi-annual interest at the rate of seven and three-tenths per-centper annum,—principal and interest both to be paid in lawful meney. These notes will be convertible at the option of the holder at maturity, into six l«r cent. _^old bearing bonds, payable not less than five nor more than twenty years from their date, as the Government may elect. They will be issued in denominations of $50, $100. $500, $1,000 and $5,000, and all subscriptions mast be for fifty dollars or some multiple of fifty dollars. ¦ The note * will be transmitted to the owners free of transportation charges as soon after the receipt of thr original Certificates, of Depositas they can be prepared * As the notea draw, interest from August 15, persons making deposits subsequent to • that date must pay theisterest accrued from date of note...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 20 August 1864

JOHN _CKULL, ¦ P>?actLcaL Ma.ttc. fi , NO. 92 MARKET STREET, MARIETTA. Takes this means of informing his old customers and the public generally, that iie has re-taken the old stand (recently occupied by _George L. Mackley s) and is now permanently fixed to prosecute THE HATTIXG _BUSINESS IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.' Having ju&t returned from the city where he selected a large, varied aud fa&bionubJe assor'ment of everything in the Jfcl A T AND CAP JLIN K, : and now ' only asks an examination of his stock and pricesbefore purchasing elsewhere; paving also laid in a stock of Hatting material, he will be enabled, at short, notice, to manufacture all qualities—from the common Soft to the most Fa ' -hionable Silk Hat. Icrnploying none but the best oi workmen, and _manufacturing good goods _^ at low prices, he hopes to merit and'receive a liberal share of public patrdiiage ICr_"The highest price paid for Furs—in trade or cash. fc6 "\r0UR OWN DOCTOR. " The new X Il...

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