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

_^"Artemus Ward defines war as hard ts't'tack" for the soldiers and hard taxes -for tbe.citizens. .BOff_. BO 'iftKiii jUj iii_^ii _afe* ¦¦ ' ¦¦- _^.] _B_? Daylig** iffwaste* upon catsHi. plomatists and owls, that can ssS so much better in the _dafkT s ,__. /,.-( fit b_*_ib 9a>. _&_4yilii-l^—s_^. 'tt?_- -a _jj _®f K _^ixty-th' ree _gaH'on" s 'make one r Logshead,}ho.Vimaby_^_make -_^he entire animal ? * , * , *' ~ '_¦J •tJ i_^_._f _i t. -t _tu..jf_fc ai i r_._tilat_.n u... _ij fJl l_^rvBcef at, lalmtmrdtii-Oik_^H 'turned _^ ont to pasture ¦ after, the hay _^ iflaking season. ' — _,T"" _» \ ]":> " _^g'il_^ie-inoBfcireokteBs ' a«_rfm " als.are the _^ats and moles; they always go if

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 7 January 1865

^* An elephant-and ' bull- fight" took; place lately at _iSafragOPSa, Spain.-' 'Th'e1 elephant was walking quie 'tlys aroundthe arena when the first bull was released and rushed at it with all his "mights The elephant _received his , antagomst with great coolness, andri threw him down with the greatest * ease. vT.he .bull rose again and made two more _^ attacks, which the ' elepliant resented by _^ killing him with his tusks. . The conqueror.did * not seem in the least excited,,but( quietly drank Borne water offer _^ ed_^yJ_^_Bj_^ei}-, er and _aie several ear_^Jbf Indian corn. A second built was then TeleagWfy-andfcfi a few minutes _sufFered_^he'same' fate' as the first. ¦ .? _i>;u. • '-*•• • - ¦ '

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

<_g ?(A gentleman ;noti.long»_'6lnce) iffli one of his, _iideBjia(f6jau?them?J'l?Winoist sbug; ht-)tQ_?make himself irfteies4ingtb-4i ' good-looking tmother" o£:a sweet 'lvaby,:; •occupying. Bhenextigeafein._thejcaTi -!A&* ' tle_'r duly praising _the1 . i)aby,!hea?emarkedH 'to the mother, "He, is-aTreal sucker _^ I suppdWe!_" "A N_^ , "sir/ _feW1 the .Iadf !blust iihg,"we "nka_^ ' t_^_Wse 1fi 6i_wbn lll llie' 'b6ttIe."'17 .l _Th4-'^em_^1 _KeS _%'$ reading, and has not bragged on any ._sfrange h_^^ma _iThab_^ *_#!'•_$ - ¦ i _^_fa4&_^_4okm_%&0aV> **%%d! the ' pig to the bo; who cut off his tail. " Sp_'oons :—In those good old times when ' Dicljy River was recorder of New Y_^rkfl _' m _' ap1 by ijie name of Wilson _wdsHtken up on the charge of stealing some'spoons. "" He Had uo counsel to defend him, but Mr. _^ Graham getting an /^ R%J _£II _VJ_$_ft0 /ia 4 Ve a w Pr( _^ wltn _^J_?; _'a _^rivate} a" _gjggd _$P!Px&ti > tlie fello...

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

I _^n A1 ' man ' coming h ' ome late ' one1 ' night'falittle more ' than "h alf seas over," feeling thirsty, procured a glass of water and dfatfk i€:»*< l_^doin> g ' ' so_^e-ewkllowe_' d/ af small_^ bWl'drtil«l tlia£"l_^ 'itt ' \ttii! D 'oti tom'o ' fth' e thm'b ' lerj ' tHe end _catering! i'fiJ his teeth. Feeling something iri "til ' s mouth, and'not'kriowrn g wha_' U'it' was, lies* _, beganipuUiqg'at tKe'{eddt 1> aU<d'l _]tlJ40 ki!llb ¦hall unrolling, he soo ' n _' hads s ' ©vertl8 fee; t \a hia _^ hapds, apji . still:no end_^ apj_^teatf.' ,lj. iTerrifijB_^ _he shquted _^ at the; )tO| J/of _^_his_, voice, "Wife! _. yjifelj'1-sa_^, , Rife, comebere! I am all unravelling!" ..•tREVOE-OTioNAiRr Sires :._~O'mthe :fflr9t of Jast _Januaryfithere _s _jfreTe •'tdto'twel'VB Revolutionary pensioners /.remaining1 . bAn,a< ct._ofiA:_prih,"1864,jproV'id_«r d_«an>addi-¦ _tiopal hundred_^dollar8_dtto|eaoh«of<_3'them, to-be paid,on abd_^ftepdh...

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

' 'i ti'l' A'_fl Hi ¦_fl« , _' '-i " ,' •<> * '. , ' , -i " _^" Coleman the dr amatist was asked 'if _^knew _^Theodbre_^ ,Hook.f "Yes," Tepffecpthe wit " : "Hook and Eye are old associates." ., _* Si ? * -1HI « «•'_, * _• " ' ' ' _^^ 1_^ W_^at j_^ter m _^ th©! alphabet com; pels_^_lag k _^n_^ tp _^ lau_^ h,? ., The. letter S—it makes nigger,jsnigger ., _^ , . , '* *^<>_J_^-7«PU _SM "^?fBe .9 to, be empjo_^_- dwo_^ ho_^ to _manage,^{ _§ia_|e|.. .

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

(gg" Do all in your -power' to-' teach your childnen self-government.1 " If ' a child is passionate, teach him by'patient and gentle means to _CtiTb his _proper. If he is greedy; _tful _' tiyate liberality1 ip him If 'he Is ' Bel ' fisn\ ' promote' geVerbsf i _tft. i».:< * •: ' • *!. I .*. I> ' "'- l»V. !Sr ¥ . ¦• .. - !_±_>. . «_h_»m vio ¦ . _$_&¦ Melted snojvtproduceaiaboub oofc-l eiglm itsbulk of water. ¦Another 'Sad Case:—The ' rea'de_' r .will<reme ' mberJ the ' 'case 'of Mrs. Tbw ' ifsend, tho aristocratic sempstress, detected, after a three years' career,1 at;' roV •bery_, of houses in which she was'empioyed, and who died in .prison'shortly after her»_arrest_, as is- generally believed "by poison., A female- oft equal _bre'eding, and _*_mddeet, _; trustworthyua_^peafa_'ne' e, employed in a1 splendid' cloak1 'store on Eighth street, was arrested on Wednesday by'detectives Carlin and Oallahan, pn a similar charge. The officers ' recov...

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

T,E DRAFT! ^^^©THE !! Who would not be out of the Draft? [OUT that which elicets us in conn<_Kg 1|!j with the Army, is not f/i" only on&Km bra It upon the po'6kIet these times is efflHB Sevirt—iconsequethtiyhve _purcliase goods WB&E kve _Ktt them cheapest. . _bkI

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

€_IT A _Barrister is only invited to sit on the, bench when he has had some gonsiderable amount of standing at_^he bar. _™ I_^They have _anrolled a young man. Si New, _^ork " ' 3,00 .0 years old. fie ft from Egypt, and is a mammy_.

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

G_^&Uoeomoriive JdfiVHig_^wheel six fe ' et in dramett _erfmake- so280_'_»tnr-ne in running a mile.

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

AD1ES'FANCY FURS AT John Fareira's AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF, _pMCYSFiiasr For Ladie* and _Cliildrpn's Wear Al,SO, A. FINK ASSORTMENT OF Gent 's Fur Ghees and Collars. As Tars were purcha -en d Bas at h much lower premium than at present, Euki ciiafeJed to dispose of them at very reas-Hbabic _(_irioci, and 1 wuuid therefore solicit a lijui my nu-mLi of Lancaster county, and Biciuity. _, - tJ_^Ki'tnember the name, ntimbercand street. JOHN FARElltA71S Arch-st., above Seventh, sputh. side _^ Sept. 10, '(i4-5m.] PhilAdeLfhto_?1 ' £3= 1 have no partner nor connection w.i«h other store in Philadelpliia. h Hj I _^fe _^ _ffi^^MS a jjgaWBIj_^ »_5&JhL^_ ' 'SOBijfi_^gi I -^^^^F I . _j . ¦ , ¦_h ^¦ my all sed _wl Gol _^ _^ Hill _ftny

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

_$_tn, _$aste-ani Scissors. The longest railway line in England is the London and Northwestern, 910 miles ; the Northeastern is 746. Eight railroads have their termini in London, and their gross receipts aro close npon a million dollars per week. The total railway receipts in Great Britain are two and a half million dollars per week. It is hinted that the correspondent of the London Times in New York will shortly have a warrant served upon him to act as a witness in regard to the hotel bnrning plot, he having predicted the conflagration in a recent letter in such terms as to make it almost certain that he was in the secret. The soldiers of Grant's army in order to supply themselves with water, have dug wells from twenty to thirty feet deep. The number of wells about Petersburg is said to be at least five hundred. The guerrilla Adam Johnson, passed through New Albany on Thursday, on his way to Virginia to visit his wife. The New Albany Ledger says Johnson is totally blind. The ...

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

1864. _man. 1864 *3- INTERESTING TO ALL! _^5 _TTvRY GOODS & GROCERIES SELLING AT Greatly Reduced Prices. /. R: _DIFFENBACH NO. 66 MARKET-ST., MARIETTA. PA., llavin_? sorted up his stock during the ereate«t decline in Gold and Merchandise and u now predared to sell goods as low as A n\f Retail House in ar out of the _Citw. Now selling good Prints at 31 cents, the best at 37_* | C. Good DeLaines, 45c, best 50c. Ginghams from 374 to 50 cents.. Bleached and Unbleached Muslim from 31, 37 to 50 cents. CLOTHS, CASSIWERES AND VESTING, Latest style goods for Gentlemen and _Boyi wear, Fancy and Black _Caaswteres, Tweeds, _Jt Bui, Cloths, together with all kinds of DomC_'._ntic goods, such as Ticking, Checks, Drilliuji, &c, &c, at KQUALLY REDUCED PRICES. Court Si'gar at IS, 20 loM cents, -Good Coflee ai 40 cents—best in market at 00 cents. S?_3_~ Syrups and all other Groceries at r? dueed prices. _fffj\ A LARGE SB LOT OF PURE LIQUORS. He also continues to keep 00 ...

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

(9* The Louisville Journal, which has been one of the most zealous pro-slavery organs of Kentucky, is now redeemed, regenerated and disenthralled. In a late issue, it Bays : ••We have dissolved our alliance with the Democratic party, for it was never intended that we should merge ourselves into the ranks of our life-long opponents. We can yield to the President our most earnest exertions to carry on the war; we can accommodate our State to the deBtiny which waits the institution of slavery." 4§_T The new Louisiana Senators are thus described : Mr. Cutler has a round face, flat nose, firm mouth, light upper lip, retreating forehead, full whiskers, And carrys a very consequential air and a heavy siver-headed and tomahawkheaded ebony cane. Mr. Smith is thin in face, sallow in complexion, sharpinh in chin, broad and high in forehead, scant whiskers, diEdent in manner, wears one black kid glove, and _carrys a heavy cane with a heavy silver head. The one appears quiet and watchful, th...

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

MAKIETTA. PA :, Sfalutdai_£, _J_>anua*i_± _J> iZbS. _sjy The State- Legislature met on Tuesday last, at _Harrisburg. The Senate organised by electing William J. Terrell, of _Susquebanna, Speaker, and George W. Hammersly, Clark. In the House A. G. Olnmtead, of Tioga_, was elected Speaker, and A. W. Benedict, Gkrk. These were all Union caucus nominees. *_HT Colonel Charles A. May died at N_«w York on Saturday last. He was appointed a cadet by President Jackson, and served in the army until I860. His exploits daring the Me zican war, particularly at liesca de la Palma and Monterey, made his name famous. Since the out break of the war he has been engaged in civic pursuits in New York city, where he had married a daughter of George Law, Esq. He was a native of Baltimore, and was forty-six years of •ge. . '• m m> — ' ' ' ¦ 49* By. an arrangement between Governor Curtin and the authorities at Washington, every member of the State Guard who is drafted will be furl...

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

49* The last wicked story of Paris is, that there is a mother—married, of course, very early—who still prides herself on her youth and beauty. She has had differences with her son, who is old enough, at least, to be examined on oath. They both bad to state their age in a court of justice. "Your age, madame ?" asks _courteua justice. . "Twenty-five," says audacious _mother. A little later the son is in the box. ••Your age, sir ?•' |_sks justice. "Why," answers ingenious youth, "I findk to my astonishment, that lam a year older than my mother." 49* An extensive system of adulteration prevails in the manufacture of the fine cut tobacco, which is so popular with chewers. It ib made up of 50 per cent, peat to 50 per cent, tobacco, thus : Embryo peat is composed of fine, hairlike fibres, that, when dried, has the color and look of tobacco; One. hundred pounds of this, saturated with a solution of strong tobacco, is mixed with one hundred pounds of good tobacco, which, together, make t...

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

49* A travelling tinker was one day expatiating ' rather largely in the barroom of a country tavern, upon his skill in supplying all kinds of damaged drinking vessels with handles, warranted to mike them far more durable than the or ginal appendages ; when he was suddenly nonplussed by a war beaten old Boljpier, who, poking his scarred und _noselestf physiognomy over the counter, bluntly inquired : "What would it cost to put a new handle on my mug ?" 49* An excitement recently occurred in Philadelphia over a case of ladies ' beltbucklea/ They remained unsold whet the fashions changed, just 28 yean ago, were then packed np and cone Igned to a garret. They were receutly re-produced for sale, and taken by the retail trade at a price sufficient to piy twenty-eight years' _intereBt on their original cost, and _leaved handsome profit beside. 49* A young lady at a ball was asked by a! lover of serious poetry, whether Bhe iad seen Crabbe_'_s Tales ? '_¥ by, no,1 Bhe answered, ' I did. n...

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

*_HT Gen. Wayne, who commands one of the bodies of rebels in Georgia, is Raid to be a son of Judge Wayne, of the United States Supreme Court. _^^ .. §g" A competent authority calculates that between $120,000 and $150,000 yearly is expended in New York upon the religious music of its churches. —. m m _eST The Sisters of Charity in Detroit have been robbed of $700 in. specie by a scamp who had helped them to. secrete it, when a rebel raid was anticipated. §g" William Curtis Noyes, a very distinguished Republican lawyer of New York city, died very suddenly of apoplexy, a few days since. SJ_9* James W. Wallack, a very able aetor and proprietor of WallackV Theatre, New York, died in that city a few days since. _sjjr Gov_^ Feriton, the new governor of New York, was inaugurated on Monday last. What will now become of Seymour? 49* George Mifflin Dallas died in Philadelphia oniSaturday last, aged 72 years, oa the 10th day of July, last, < 49* The Boston Traveller newspaper offic...

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

is—sis ——-_^--_^-_^-^—New Modk of Deserting :— A Ger- ] man woman, named Mary L. Linder, arriv ed in Baltimore on Friday from Norfolk, Va., with a very large travelling trunk. Sbe employed a hackman to tako her and the trunk to a boarding house, where she stopped during Saturday. Her movements were mysterious. She went about deeply VHiled, and, finally employed another hackman to take her trunk to the Northern Central Railway and remain there until her arrival. The trunk was directed to a man in Chi* cago. The hackman waited, but the woman did not appear, and the cars left. He carried the trunk back, and it was finally taken to the watch-house, and on being opened the dead body of a man, thirty-five years old, and well dressed, was found inside. It proved to be a soldier, named Samuel Freeborn, of the twentieth New York Cavalry, now stationed at Norfolk. The woman appeared and confessed she waB aiding the man to deBert in this way. He had been in the trunk several days, and slep...

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

Id »upport of the above statements, are prP. _aented the _Ceitificatea of Dr. James R. ciuhon. New-York ; Dr. Hiram Ccx_, Chemical Inspector * Ohio; Dj. Jmaes R. Nichols, Chemist, boston ¦ , Dr. E. N. _Jooea, _Cu«_mjaU Inspector, Circleville, Ohio ; _Ifrof. C. 'F. _Jfeckscn. Chemist, Boston; Dr. _Chswles Uproan Shtpard, Charleston, S. C.; an* J. V. Z. _lUancy. aud G. A- Mariner, Consulting _Cherrist, ch> cago, all of whom have anylyxed the _Cataw _j t _Bruncly, Bad commend it in the highest terms for medicinal use. Analyri» if the Mass. State Atsayer. [1;>>-O When evaporated through clean linen it ltf; no oil or offensive matte*. In _erety rupee; it is a fuse spirituous liquor. The oil wiUn gives to this Brandy it* few _aad aromu, _^ wholly unlike fusil or _gnm oil. Jrsodor partakes of both the frait and oil &i grapes. Witr_, acids it produces ethers of » Mgk_> _fragrance. The _Kubbtitution of tbia Bran*)- fo» Cognac Brandy will do away with \he...

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

The Married Lite of John Wesley : ' —When Wesley settled he said "It ; would be more useful to marry." He married a widow, who, throug h her jealousy, led him a life of wretchedness and misery. At last his spirit was up, and he wrote to her—"Know me and know yourself. Susp ect me no more ; provoke me no more ; do not any longer contend for mastery, for power, money or praise ; be content to be a private insignificant perSon_, known and loved by God and me." It was not likely that _* a woman would be pleased at being recommended to be an insignificant person. After twenty years of disquietude she one day left him. He bore it philosophically. He went even beyond it—he took his diary and put the most pithy entry into it I ever met with in a diary :—"Non earn reliqui, non d' _emisi, non revocabo," which may be translated thus :—"I did not leave her; I did not send her away; I shan 't send for her back." And so ended the married life of John Wesley.

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