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

_KO_^ivSL'S BiTTSa WISE .OF _133S. A PURK anil powerful TONIC, Corrective J\ and Alterative, ol 'wonderful efficacy in _disoase* of the Stomach, Liter and Bowels. _, Cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints . Headache, , General Debility, Nervousness, Depression of Spirits, Constipation, Intermittent Fever, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fulluru or Weight in the Stomach, Sinking or Fluttering at the I'it of the Stomach, Swimmingof the Head, Dif--. ¦ > cult, Hreathing, Yellowness of the . Skin and Eyes, Fe,ver and Dull pains in: th'e'Head; ._; ; Pain* in the;;Side ,: back, Chest and _t <¦ "' ' -Limbs. "; ¦ ; It wiileure every case of Chronic or Nervous Debility, Disease:*, of\the- Kidneys, and : _Diseasos _nrising from a _disordered Stomach, Good lor Male or Fe-, ,t male . Old oj Yqung. * _, Tlif most beneficial m' e'dicinek' no ' wn ; given better _sati;faction and cures more diseased than liny other preparation offered to the public. " I_'repa...

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

_IEWaKE OF • . n *3- COUNTERFEITS. .£3 As K'unkel'_s Bitter Wine'of Iron is the only sure and effectual remedy in-the known world for the permanent cure of Dyspepsia and Debility, and as there'_ara a nurribei of imitations offereV to the1 public, we would caution the community to, purchase none but the genuine article, manufactured by S. A' Kunklc & Bro., and has their stamp on the , top . of the cork of every bottle.. The, very, fact that others are attempting to imitate _thig valuable remedy, proves its: worth and,speaks volumes in its favor,., ¦•¦ .,, The Bitter Wine of Ifori'is put up in 75 cent and $1 00 bottle*,.aid sold,;by all ies._iectable druggists throughout the country. _, Be particular that every bottle bears the fac simile of the _proprietor's signature. --:. _- ¦ This Wine includes the most, agreeable and efficient Salt of Iron we possess; Citrate of Magnetic Oxide combined, with the most energetic of vegetable tonics, yellow, Peruvian bark. The effect in ma...

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

_Tlxe O-leC-tz Perry Formerly_^ _Keesey % OPPOSITE MARIETTA. rpHIS old Ferry—one of the oldest and most X safe, _crossings on the Susguehanna Riveris now in charge of the undersigned, who _;lia3 refitted the old and built new boats, which will enable him to do ferrying with safety and dispatch. No unnecessary delay need be endured. Sober and experienced Ferrymen always engaged_. No imposition in charges as the following list will show: Farm' Wagbn»,'each $1:00 Horses, per head , . ''_%> Single horse and rider,, ' :25 Two*-horse Carriage1 and two persons, UOO BuggTvhors*! and-two persons, _«° Foot Passengers, each, :1* ' Stock of all kinds at the old charges. Adi Luggage over fifty {pounds, 26 _centsfp _" 100 pounds extra. . •. r-_^m ' ,?;i« johN ECKERT. . July 15,; 1863. . __ ... .

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

For the use Merchants, Druggists and all business and professionable men who wish to do their own _printing, neat-i ly andcheaplv. Adapted to the printing o f Handbills, Billheads, Circulars, . Newspapers. Full of PORTABLE PRINTING OFFICES. , Labels, Small instructions accompany each office enabliriga boy ten.yeara old to werk them successfully. Circulars sent free. Specimen sheets of Type, Cuts, &c-, 6 cents. Address, ADAMS1 PRESS CO., 31 Park Row, N. Yi, and S5 Lincoln-st., 1 _^ Bos ton, Mass; • r 26-lv T79. UAL or REGULAR TIMEkEEPERS Xj can be had of H. L. & E. J. Zahm, Coi North Queen-st., and Center Square, LancaS ter, Pa., in the shape of Equilibrium Levers-* the best article of Swiss levers now in the mar kel. They ar_« lower in price,than any watch of equal quality and _ustas true.for timekeeping Cards and and

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

DR. _WHITTIER, ¦ ¦ ' ¦ " 65 St. ,Charles-bt., between sixth and seventh streets,] ST.- LOUIS, MISSOURI. ESPECIAL ATTEKTION TO CJJHRONlb DISEASES, Dyspepsia, Cdrisuraption, Liver Complaint, Diarrhea, Piles, &c, and all Female Complaints. Dr. W. will send his Theory of Chronic Diseases, for 6 cents, to pre-pay postage. Symptom lists for any disease, forwarded. ; J3_h Medicines forwarded to any post office in the United States. Post Office Box, 3092. St. Louis, _August 1,1863.-ly.

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

A MERICAN HOTEL, j\_: PHILADELPHIA * Located on _Ghestriut street, opposite the , t _QtVp;:SiTATE HOUSE, and in dose proximity to the principalJobbing and Importingr Houses, Banks, Custom House, and places or amusements. The City Cars can be taken af the ' _ddot ' (or within a square) _fos_, anxjdepat in. the, _^Cityv The House hat been _renovated and-r€_§tted*> n, , , ? _, _? .: "*¦ ( _^i_^^_r_^_fiEiiyifcsi_,;;:- : ¦ Proprietors.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 7 January 1865

Progress of Reconstruction" :—Ttie States now free ot slavery are1 these : 1. Maine; 2. New Hampshire;" 3. Termont; _, 4. Connecticut ; 5. Rhode Island; • ' 6. Massachusetts ; 7. New York; 8. Pennsylvania; ' 9. New Jersey 10. Maryland; 11. West Tirginia; 12. Ol io ; 13.' Indiana; 14. Illinois; 15. Michigan ; 16. Wisconsin ; 17. Minnosota; 18 Iowa; 19. Kansas; ' 20. Nevada; 21. California; 22. ' Oregop. The States still nominally slave, but sure to be free, are Delaware, Missouri, Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee .aijd Louisiana—6. ' The Missouri State Convention is already elected, pledged to immediate and unconditional eman cipation, and it will soon assemble and take the necessary steps for that purpose. Louisiana has organized a free State government, and her Congressional delegation will, _iu all probability, " b_? admitted at the preseut session. These changes will make the _uamber _^ of absolutely free States 24. Arkansas was in process of reconstruction last winter under a f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 7 January 1865

"Darn it." f> A female writer'&ys : "Nothing lotiks worse on a lady than darned stockings." » Allow us to observe "that Btockiogs that need darning1 , look" worse tlian darned ones.—Exchange. ' Stockings look best, surely, without any "darned" holes in them.—Louisville Courier. Gentlemen, you had better attend to your knitting, and let the injury complained of; /_iceHtself.—Boston Post. Yes,-o!jj<you may get worsted.—Washington a_^_ot. And if not worsted, you'll most likely get the kinks taken out of you.— National Flag. The above perpetrations compose the darndest nonsense we have heard of.— Livingston County News. The foregoing are all the yarns on the subject that_'we have found unraveled.— Alaryland Patriot. Why don't they harrow and come to the point:-—Pinery. Perhaps they fear they will get toed off, if they gettoo near the point.—Berlin 'Courier. ' ' V Darn it, gentlemen if the lady has a hole in her stocking, can't she ' knit in a piece ?—Plover H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 7 January 1865

JEto nun's-_©liitls. ; Pots, kettles and paus, _, Pans, kettles and pots ; I am sick of their sight, aud would give [them all For a bunch of ' forget-me-nots." But my children are mortal, and cannot [live i On the scent of a nosegay fair ; They would much prefer a warm pork pieT To flowerets rich and rare. Tubs, soap and sud3, Suds, soap and tubs ! My arm3 are red, and my fingers spread, i = With this _long_^continued rnb, You may talk of thegrip_' _pluig brooks, ? You may rave of _atreamlets fair ; It;would take the waters of both' I ween, To make these clothes look clear. ,-. Wood, chips and coal, * _> \5oal, chips and wood ; I've arranged them all as well as I can, But uiy fire will not burn good. You may siug of the sturdy oak, You may praise the lofty pine, I would rather have some splinters now To kindle this fire of mine. It is hard indeed to re,igu In kitchen and parlor too, And to meet your frieuds with a cordial [smile, When you smell that burning stew. To f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 7 January 1865

t_^_T The death a celebrated dwarf* the French counterpart of Tom Thumb, is just reported! Iu his "16th year'he was placed in th ' e establishment of1 ttie Duchess or Orleans ' , the ' mother of the Citizen King, and was so small at that age that he passed for an infant, and was so dressed. Daring tho stormy pferiod of ihe'First Revolution, secret despatches were sent by him, which thug' reached 'without suspicion the imprisoned members of tho royalfamily of France. To the day of his death, this dwarf, na-_' med Richebourg_.receive'd'a pension from the Orleans family of 3000 francs a year ' . During the last thirty years ho h'as lived ' in the same house, in the Faubourg St. Germain. Unlike Tom'Thumb _. 'he had a*borror of appearing in- public; and for nearly half a life time has never ' crossed1 the threshold of his own door. He lived1 to be 92 years old. . > • ¦ ' - » i_^ i * _rf. * 6s_£" Some people are'very credulous, ' and will give due credence to' _ithe following :...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 7 January 1865

<?<» : • « Scatter Smiles. Scatter smiles, blight smile?, as you pass ou your way, Thro' this world of toil and care ; ' Like the beams of ihe morning that gently play," They will leave a sunlight _,there. _Scatter smiles, bright smiles, Stutter smiles as_N you pass on your way, Scatter smiles, bright smiles, _Scatter smiles, bright smiles. Scatter smiles, bright. smile3, 'tis but fc, • little they cost; _4> But your heart may uever know What a joy they may carry to weary " _*ri ones Who are pale with want and woe. r Scatter smiles, &c. _Scatter smiles, bright smiles, o'er the 4 grave of the past, Where the orphau's treasure lies ; ; Iu the tear-drop that glistens there light will _ehino, As the rainbow paints the skies. Scatter smiles, <fco. r ' . Scatter smiles, bright smiles, o'er the .._; ¦ youug who have strayed. From the path where once they trod ; You may lead to the _fountain of truth again, You may bring them home to God. Scatter smiles...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 7 January 1865

,|gr,A loquacious._gentleman, finding himself ,a passe . nger iu a stage-coach with no one but a, prim and taciturn maide ' njady of some forty wiaters, endeavored in vain to engage iu.conversatiou. Af length night came ; as nothing was said, both fel_^asleep. Tho stage finally stopped and the driver announced to the lady that she had_,arriyed at her place of _destination. Her fellow passeuger be/ng awakjeued at the same time thought he would, compel the lady to exchange a word _att_*4eaving, _, and addre&led her':—"Madam, as we shall ! _(neve_^aglir i, probably, sleep in the same ,_robmr t'dgetber, I bid you a very respect-.ful farewell?" *"A scream, and _eilence reigned agajn., . ¦_oa» _^° The Eclectic Medical Journal argues'J in favor of ' men wearing a full . beard, and among other things says: , "What _^ wftu)d,be, said of him v ho would tfshaye _i Off _^ his eye-braws or pull out -his leye-lastjes_.jpx, have, his head _shaved all •over? Such . -a practice would be ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 7 January 1865

(_gr ' Theodore Tilton was not very gallant to the Chicago Iadies 'in his address to them lately. Ho'said th ' ere were more ways of recruiting our army ,than one. There were two soldiers once, in Grant's army, lying 'beneath.their blankets, lo'oking up at the stars in a Virginia sky. SSyVJa ' ck, " What made1 ' you enlist,'Tom ? " ": Well,"' replied ' Tom, " I h_«a nt f wife, and t love war; what made you'go_'J to war, Jack ?*"_': " Well," he replied / '• I Had a wife, ' and '' loved peace, , bo I went'to the war." lie had no doubt that among tho fair faces " before him, many had'contributed to swell the ranks of- the-army" in -both' ways. { _» «n ' ' . _f 1ST The s__tor_,y goest that, , when t hings were workjng.so badly, in the Shenandoah Valley, Secretary-Stanton-app lied to ConeraJ Grant fqr a remedy. ¦ "Send me," says the _Secretary, i'the-very best ihan you have got in the army." Grant roplied by sending PJiil. . Sheridan, saying, _^There ( ispjtl much_^ of«h .im,'-but' h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 7 January 1865

Jolm Siptsnig-loi_^ffi SUCCESS.Qll TO DAVID _ftCfflai ' _lH IN THK liARDWARB BOSINSfsS, HI iVould take this method of informing tue ffttPa ic that he is now prepai'eil to furnish _auytamp n his line of business , "auch t as ,, ' " fp Glass, Oils, ¦ Varnishes, _Stones, Iron, Carpenter 's Tools, Hinges, Bolt$,\ Locks, Nuils, all kinds of Building material, Coachmaker's-Goods, Cederware, Clocks, _,'f'« •"ancy Articles in large variety, with a full asortment of shelf goods, generally, which he (•ill sell attheslowest,prices, wholesal . eorreiil. Call and examine the stock. . , > ! Ma.iet._ai March 5,-186_^. ,; , « _: E. 8( H. T._^NXftONY If CO., , . Manufacturers of Photographic MATERIALS, I WHOLESA tE ?A _j fojIfiTAl L, I 501 BROADWAY,, NEW-YORK. |N addition to our main business of Photn-I _jjraph Materials, we are Head Quarters for Ec lollowing _, I STEREOSCOPES. & _STEREOSCOPTlC VIEWS. " |f these we have an immense assortment, ih-Budirig'War Scenes, American and Fore...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 7 January 1865

&_^The _^ _Nevark_^ai_^i _^^esppnsib_^e_, , for ike follo; wiijg "chicken "1 t .s_,tory _i _^ — Mr. ' Watson Snyder. of.No. 244i Broad stree _. t_, _attempted tojdll ; a _^hjek en byit " cutting off its head. s The neck was severed just back of the-eyes_, but the fowl was " still alive" t'his( n?SrrKng_^w 'aikirrf about and fcppareb tly but littl%_The "wo_/se' for Having lost ifs'hea'd. 11 Thev ptienbme- ' l nonsb8fs j b6en witineise'd by_^ Iarge°num-_? ber of 'p ' ers'tfnB "who we 're _* incVeaulous_, but ' we ' re _compelfed to' believe '_^ the " evidenctfbf theit ownJ eye _' s. ;i41» **_"G _* * ' '_* .! ^* litary *Nashvil_!e have •just*turned 'out " a _s6rt '! ofe her_^3t apn_^oditff' affair; which is ca'lled _iJft gWoStJ tear." it will-ac_^oAmbakte tw_^t/m ' e " n insidef ._whotan kStpi'dfF will _thWAjnS We two hundred_^f _aS1 af_?_acKbl gts pa4i/'witli i _^Qut fear_^eff_^injufy: _Jufiu88: witli tfie Spences r(. rifle?a a_- much_^gr1 eaterj.. _bo_$y _qfa men_^could _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 7 January 1865

CuRibsiTTEs of Matrimony :—Quite a serfsatiou w_' as created in Halifax a short time since by the marriage, of the "ac _ complisVed1 and_^beaut ' iful daughter of one' of'the wealthiest citizens, now deceased, who held a'high position in society. The happy man was Farini, the champion of Niagara Falls, who, it will be recollected, attempted * the daring feat of crossing thejagids within twenty feet of.the_^ brink, ,oq stilts,-and; wh;en half way accoss_«w,as$pfe.cipitated-(by one' of his s _. _tilta _breaking ) into _theiroaringj wafers. , _Hia extraordinary escape,, andk reac_^Qg an islan d which,had:never be-' fore i bee_,n yisited-by_<any.-linman) .being-/ must be-still freshen the memory of our readers. _^ -The lucky fellow, is_^ said-to be; w.ell-bred, an Upper . Canadian bye birth; , and_,one who studied, the_< medical -pro-_^ fession,,though, from Borne strange fas-; cination, he has adopted*that oi ' axopgwalker. The lady is'firaid to be exceed ingly beauti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 7 January 1865

PUBI._ISHBD WEEKLY. AT ONE DOLLAR ANB A HALF A YEAR, P.IYABLE IN A DFANCE. _Office in "Droll' s Row, " on Front st;eet,five _Aolis Base of Fta« ' s Hotel. Single Copii^^ _*^_"_*0 _*'w 'a PPers ' F OUROENTS. Advb«mi»» Rates: One squire (10 liircs_, or<kvs) aOoontafot the first ipsei . ion and 2a cents "for each subsequent insertion Professional and Business caidsj of six lines _orless at $5 per _aanura. _Notices iii the read hg colxxmns, five cents a-lifne. Marriages and Deaths, the simple an nouncement, free ; but -or an}' additional lines, five cents a Hue._v f A liberal deduction iffiide to yearly i> _nd half pearly advertisers. ••:.-• f Hiving just added a " Newbury Moun-•tAin _Joni/ER PnESS,", together with a large assortment of new Jo,b " and Cartl_^ type, Cuts, Borders, &c, &c.,. to the Job Office of "The Mariettian," which will insure the fne and 'speedy* execution of all kinds of Job & Ca rd [p rinting, from the _smallest Can. to t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 7 January 1865

Arms Lost in Battle :—That a raw soldier in the excitement and agitation of a battle, may fail to discharge his gun, ' and put charge upon charge until it is ' loaded to bursting, is probable [enough. But the extent to which this sort of blundering proceeds is greater than most persons would suppose. In vthe annual report of the Chief of the Bujeau of Ordnance of the Navy Departraeu.t, it is stated that—"On the field of Gettysburg there were*5W>;574>gunH picked _upland of these 25,006 were found to be loaded, and half of them were double loaded. One-fourth bad from three to ten loads id, and many had five _ior six balls to one charge of .powder. In some cases the powder was "above the ball, in others the cartridges were not broken at the end, while in _,_j, one musket twenty-three balls, sixty-two buckshot, and a quantity of powder were all mixed up together."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 7 January 1865

CARD PHOTOGRAPHS. Our Catalogue now embraces over FIVE HOUSAND diflerent subjects, (to * which ad-' lions:are constantly being ma * de) of Poruits of Ewtacrtt Americans, &c, about W Major Generals, 550 Statesmen, )0 Ikig.-Generals, 130 Divines, 1b Colonels 125 Authors, • 30 Lieut.-Colonels, 40 Arties, M) other Officers, 125 Stage , p Navy Officeis, ¦ 50 Promi'ent Women,; 150 Promincnr Foreign Portraits. 3,000 Copies of Works of Art, _deluding reproductions of _*lie most _celebrated _Engravings, Paintings, Statues,- &.c. Catak_«es sent on receipt of stamp. An orde_. for be dozen Pictures from our Catalogue win be lied on receipt of $l:S0,>and-seni:roail, Free. _Photographers and others ordering goods C. [• u ' _%vill please, remit 2p per cent, of the Bnotint with their order. I iur E"& H- T. ANTHONY ?_S : CO.y I »/rUt_"ACTlIRERS OP PHOTOOkA*H!ie-Ijra- _rp, aT _? RIALS . 501 Broadway, N. Y_. hA _^j?_j_5_AKER ¦:----11 . . , J ATTORNEY AT LAWlur': ' OF...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 7 January 1865

Three Important-Thi. vos :—Three to I'oVe :v courage, gentleness and affection. Three things to admire: intellectual power, dignity and gracefulness. Three things to hate : cruelty, arrogance, ingratitude. Three things to delight in : beauty, frankness and freedom. Three things to wish for: health, friends and cheerfur _' spirit. Three things to pray for " : faitb, peace and purity of heart. fn?ee things to"lake : cordiality, good humor1 and ' mirth ' fulness.. Three things to avoid: idleness, loquacity and flippanjtjjesting _^ Three things to cultiv_^e good,books,,goq d friends and good temper. T hree things to contend for: honor, country .and- '' friend ' s., Three things to govern : temper, impulse and tongue.

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