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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

Q,uakef**Jiistice. _i_.Tjbe, _^_asKiog_^ Qorrespqodeijjb of.jthe Cincinnati Gazetto tells the _lolloping StOCy,_^ ;¦ j ¦ _;. , _', ,_ i-xii. _, -. ._. _-> > ., , . .. . _^ _,;_- ¦ ,_;,. ;:CJenavSchenckfs _respl_^t ivj n, _juit_./n.trAh ducod in the; Bouse, _. making runaways from the draft, who have gone to Canada,.aliens, aud _requiriag them to be natr uralized-bttfore they can again exercise the rights of citizeDship,. is;.good t bat .old. _CongreBS will.undoubtedly enact the law, but a _decisioa_^in . advance has already.been given _!by competent authority_, _i ¦ ' "Tbee'haa no right to vote," said a good old Quaker Judge of Election in Warren county, Ohio, to'a would-be voter'at the late election. . j ••What do you mean ?"- Btormed the astounded, devotee of the "Great Unready." "I mean thee is not a Toter ; thee is not a citizen of this State." " ' V' "Why, you old fool, I was born in tbi3 county, and haveiived here allmy life, and there's nobody knows it bet...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

Dr. F. _Brunoa's Celebrated Remedies. NO. 1. The Great Reviver.—Speedily eradicates all the evil _eiiects of self abuse, as loss of memory, shortness of breath, giddiness, palpitation of the heart, dimness of vis ' ion, or any constitutional derangement of the system brought on by the unrestrained indulgeuoe of the passions. Acts alike on either sex. Price one dollar. No. 2. The B axx.—Will cure in from two to eight days, any case of Gonorrhoea,(clap)is without tasti or smell- and requires no restric- tianotactipu or diet; for either sex; price $!• NO. 3. Tp. _Tjsbjeb will cure Gleet in the ¦_tibrtest possible time, and I can show certifi cates of _Wres effected by this remedy, wher all others nave failed. No taste or smell.—' Price one dollar. * : > _< ¦ NO. 4. The iPqsiMui .is the only known iemedy that will positively cure strictures of the urethra, no matter of how longstanding or neglected the case maybe. Price one dollar. NO. 5. The Soli/tor will cure/any case ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

Sfi«JBEsr iKstfJosiMESs'i Oner cause df Rothschild's great advantage in his business transactions was the _geciesy_. with which he shrouded them, and tbe tortu-. _ons Dolicy with which he misled those the most who' watched him the keenest T,, ' .tl .»* K(- V , I1 . • » r ir,,n ? Possessed new_^calculated to, make the funds i _ise, he would commission the broker who acted on his behalf, to sell half; a million. The _^ _sh_'oa'i of men wtio usualljr'fbllow the 'movements of oth ' ers sold'with him. The news soon passed through the ' m ' onetary circlethat Rothschild was "beail jng'"tbe market, and the ' fuuds fell. Men 'looked doubtibgly at one-anothefj and a_^_generahpanic spread; bad news was: looked for, and these united agencies sunk: thel price _twd or thre6 per cent. J'his wastthe .result expected and .othejr brokers; not! usually.einployed by hiai, bought all they could at the.reduced rates. By the _^mo this _,was accomplished, ihe good news arrived ; the pressure ceased—th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

Lie M;\ftj(^^^@the _dkafti_: Who would not be out of the Draft ? QUT that whicta' effects us in connection II with the Army, is not the onlyone—the )raft upon the pocket _these times is equally evore—consequently we purchase goods where ve set them cheapest. _j r_<pii3a.!3opa_>ri@rler_7 _, SUCCESSOR TO DAVID ROTH [• IN THB HARDWARE BUSINESS, ¦' < • ' |_. _iVVould take this meih '_jd of informing the public that he is now _prepared to furnish anything Li his line of business, such as I Glass, Oils, Varnishes, bores, Iron, Carpenter's Tools, _Hinges] Boll*, Locks, Nails, all kinds jaf K Jhdlding material, Coachmaker's B Goods, Cederware,Clocks, HftiKy Articles in large variety, with a full ig-^¦rt muit of shelf goods generally, which he Win seil at the lowest prices, wholesale or re-Hi). Call and _examine the stock. f _iln.iet.a, March 5, 1864. • '¦ E. Sf H. _T. ANTHONY _# _CO._j < ! Manufacturers of Photographic I MATERIALS, WHOLESALE AND " RETAIL, ' '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

_$_&• A«dr6ss'grajned_"old bachelbr remarlced in 'our _presfnc_^<:i _tHtf other day, that the _most _^ _strifein'g "cnara' cterlstics of heathen and* civilized lands .were that in> the former men; _^made_; slaves;,of Women, and in the latter,' women , made slaves of the men,! A fellow g_.qilty .of •such slander oh the economical fair ^©x 'of.GhriBtendom ehduld _ne7er be.allowed to lookatapretty-girh * * ; ,- i,v._t i @r "I will not strike; thee, bad man,1 _' said a _Quaker one da>, "but I will j let this billet of wood fall an theea'Mralid at'thatfprecise inbment_^_Uid _*bad*nranf ' was floored by theweight of the walking ' stick that the QjuaKe ' _r waa_^ known to ' carry. ' ¦ 'rr; • _' * - ¦ '._' ¦¦ ¦ _il ::.' :¦ : ; ' - ._v .. ki - .-* -. _6* To thaw out frozen,pumps—a pint of salt has.been ,forind( generally snfficiept. Two pints have, been found enough to thaw through_^ three feet deep. An hour's time suffices in ordinary ca-Bes.,, <¦ (...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

Scene in .a Sanctum :—Enter a, large, strong man, with a long cowhide in his han_<i,-. ' . ' , ' "Isjhe editor _jin?" <4 He( ' is." "You?" "Yes." "I have come to settle with you." , "_^ell,, (editor draws a revolver] _go ahead."". ' ' . ' jj "I have taken your_,paper now about aj;ear—" _^ And,an,_articfef in your, last week's paper ( editor . cocks the pistol) convinced me that yoa need--)1 ( ' . "I j 4_§ny ,your, right to give i_' £—be cautious, sir." k _^J'Gi _' veyoa _. whot,?" _, i_« i_^-T fhe' light of' _oAer _^ai-eporm I&il'faropsi _. • - _?wjiw-. _jj iuv; . j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

A Family Jab :¦—A rebellion has broken out in the royal family of England Tbe Princess Mary, of,Cambridge, it is currently;rumored, has married Viscount Hood. ' According to the royal marriage Act, ' a member of the royal family cannot marry _withqut the consent of the sovereign or giving -nolice-to the Privy Council, and even* when this notice is given the marriage'may be declared illegal by Act, of Parliament. .Queen Victoria positively refused her _^ sanction_, as she- has iuvariably done every time tbe poor Princess has had an offer, and the latter, who is now thirty-one, and has po time to lose, has nbw ' "gone and done it" regardless of consequences. Whether Parliament will eventually take the part of Ihe royal rebel, or of the offended Queen, is still uncertain ; but meantime, we are constrained ' to recognize Mr?. Hood as a belligerent and very determined female, who can safely defy Victoria to make her an old maid again, by Act of _Parliament.- _,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

¦ PUBLISHED ;WBEKLY ; • _; AT ONE BOtlAR AND "A _HAIiF A YEAR, PAYABLE IN * AbVATVCE. ' • Office in "CruU'» Row;" on Front.'stieet, five docts East of _Flurv ' s Hotel. Single Copies, with, or Vithotit 'Viappers, FOUR CENTS. Advertising ' Rates : One _square (10 lines, or Uas)lb cents fof tbe first inker ion and One Dollar and-a' -half for 3 insertions. .Professibnal and Business' ca_'_ids, of six lines or _leaa aV $5 pec annum: Notices iu the tead ng columns, Jive cents a-line. Marriages and Deaths, <he simple-announcemenii free; but lor any additional lines, five cents a line. A liberal deduction made to yearly p nd half yearly advertisers. ' ' Having just added a " Newb _' uhy Moobtain Jobber Press," . together, with a large assortment of new Job,and Card»_,type,1Cuts, Borders, &c, &c, to the Job Office of "The Mariettian," which will insure the fne and speedy execution of aH kinds " of Job & Card Pr i n _x in g , _frtim the smallest Caret to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

Women as Clerks ;—Mrs. _Swissbelm ( herself a clerk in oue of the Departments in Washington,). writing to tbe Tribune, isa-ys ;-i-!'The>tern ploy men t _^ of women as clerks in the Governmental Departments is an entir .e. success, and there are women working, here ,_now for $60 per month, who are doing the work of( third-class—or ' $1,600 per , annum clerk's ; and one-hilf ' of the women now employed in copying!4 have 6ecoineJ ' so familiar with'the routine " o ' f business" , 'as to be much belter'fitted " to fill the places .which are, or \|_jW be, vacant, than the new men who are*likely,'tonbe_,appointed." Sbe argneanthatfi'BrceTfeain class of women can-wdlheff_0rd _ftorJ work 'for smaller; salaries; thannmeo with fami-Ues,_^_aadiask8-i "When economy has become ;_so pressing tt'dtrty tupon our goveroment, why noUemployithat class of laborers who, can a_^ordtq _. do: the work -for the aeast; _wSftXvi.-L"ZI1L_,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

@" Nature provides for the distribution of Oysters in a very peculiar ' manner. Oyster spawn is at first light;.and is _eadly carried from_^tBe parent oyster,' by the tide. " GraditallyUhe spawn rises to the Burfade'/and'tbe' instant _»it is exposed to tne atmosphere its Specific gravity is apparently increased, for ft_<suddenly sinks, and whatever solid substance' it first touches in its descent to the bottom, it makes its home, whence it seeks I it ¦ nourishment, and commences _growing tomaturity. , ' ' Q_^_T Two kind of men ex ert themselves, to no purpose _^ One is the man * who{ tries _^ .to have the last word with his wife -K aad the other is he who, having had _tfyei last word, triesfto make her confess , that Bhe w»_s in the wronir. n '' * s , _^ English nobleman, hag ' , issued notice to hia maid servants noi_.to W jear crinoline upon pain of diBmieBftl. _"* 1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

ADIES FANGY FURS AT John Eareira's 718 ARCH-ST., abuve 7th, south tide, _PHILADELPHIA:/ Importer, • Manufacturer e/ ¦¦ ,!•. >.- • ADD DEALER In ALL K INDS OF, _FAHCY _FUUS For Ladies and Children's Wear Also, a fine assortment of Gent's Fur Gloves and Collars. ¦As my Furs were -all purchased when Gold fas at a much lower premium than at present, ram enabled to dispose of therr_^ at( very reasjhable prices, and I would therefore solicit £ 111 from my friends of Lancaster county, and icinity. ' O"Ki>meinber the name, number and street.' JOHN FAREIRA, 718 Ahch-st._j "" above Seve'hth, south side, f Sept. 10,; 64-5m.] ,. ' • pHifLADEiPHrAi ; i Cf-1 have no partner* nor connection wi'h for other Store In Philadelphia. '" ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

_JLtbt'B $_^_iXasof%_v The mountains mingle with the river, And the rivers.with the ocean,,. The winds of . Heaven mix Jorever .With a sweet emotion; . Nothing in this world, is jingle, . yiil things, by. law divine,, _^ In another's being.mingle, ,. Why not 1 . with.th.ine ? « See the mountains kiss high Heaven, And ! the waves clasp one:another; No sister flower would • be _forgiven -¦" If -it disdained'iti brother; ; And thesooligbt'clasps th;e'eart_;b, ¦ And the moonbeams'kias the see, 'What are all these kissrogs-worth, • Tf _ihon; ki'ss hftt-itai&?->/. .- '¦ . " ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

_Tfe Tru k Tragedy : We published a| _necot _itnn last _weekls Mariettian of alUerti jbej_^fbund lead in afarge trunfiin 1 _illtinftA onegipy last jjpeek. _Thefvomar _having the tlunk in charge waalrresle] _ja _^ t tlw_^imeji_^d _eeni_^bwn to NorfolkJVirginia, _wher_'e the _desertion took place, where she was tried on the 6th inst., before a Military Court. We copy the following account of the trial from a correspondence of The Press : * _w The,: great trunk tragedy which has excited ' so much attention throughout the United States, came to a final close on the 6th instant, by the tria1 , convic tion and _sentence of the accused, Maria _^Louisa Lfnaer( who is: a tall, ihin, slim At the trial _sjhe was dressed in a plain black dress aVd1 dark bonnet. She has a trifling german lisp " on her ton :ue. Her whole appearance exhibited great mental agony. Bere is her testimony: Maria Louisa Linder sworn.—I -am the person accused and guilty of taking a trunk" from Norfolk to Baltimore co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

_$tn, _^ast_* a _Ztissoxs. Judge Taney was _eleven years "older"* than the Federal fcon||itutio|a. He rejmembered when itwas established !; _sn| be went to the grlte ufrider the iiDPre|; _sion that be*had 8een4tff end?/ ' y C Dr; Douglas unrolled a lady during a lecture at Quebec before a large, audience, and then was so ungallant as to pronounce her three thousand years old. ___ _^ • A petition to the French Senate for the abolition of capital punishment, has received eighty thousand signatures. Edward EveVeTris_^_wirrnlyTacomm ieQded by leading Bostonians as Minister _»to_«F.ranoe«._<.f-- •¦.^¦>mi _^v:<«bi8.s.-«**. _«. ¦¦*¦ -'f _c*- -j3_Wi>_-«f*!^ Vice-_»Admiral Farragut was presented with $50,000 in Npw York on Saturday last—a gift from the citizens of that city. Four of the St. Albans raiders, it is said, were captored at New Haven, Ct., last week. They 'had enlisted in the Union army. The Secretary of War has initiated measures for the imme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

CS" George B. Mattoon, of Swanzy, New Hampshire, has earned the laurel wreath of fame early. He is only eighteen years of age, and yet he has served three years in the Union army, been in forty-three battles and twenty-seven skirmishes, had two _horBes shot under him, and during the whole time has not received a single injury nor been absent from duty a single day. : ' <» » . - jgT'John W. Watkins, jr., a . citizen of Towsentown-, Maryland, has been sentenced by a' military commission, now in session at Baltimore, to three year's'imprisonment at? hard labor in the Albany Penitentiary, for tearing down1 a United States flag which was displayed-from the dwelling of Mr. John G. Longnecker, a loyal citizen of Towsentown. _flT It is statedthat a few days before the surrender of Savannah, Gen'!. Sherman intimated to his division comman-6!ers t_^iat the fir st one to enter the city should be made Military Governor after its capture. General John AV. Geary of Pennsylvania, was th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

for you.". Jj_^_Bfscwed _almpst death _^nev_^r f elftffo _funfy before in my life, I wanted ifefound _outiiand_^ hadn't the heart to tea any 6pe. I went to get _Uy ticket, and ins|ead oft doing so 1 _niraljra 'd uj_^he _" st|#&t; I dO/.not know 'what made me, but I couldn't help it. I saw a policeman coming down uear me and I wantedto tell him, t_>nt I did not know how, I walked the streets all night; no one said anything to me, and I did not say a word to any one. The riext morning I beard some one say something about a trunk, and I thanked God that it had been found out. I walked through the streets _duriag all the mor' ning; andifioally I felt so bad tfia.tl went and told-on myself. This was all * dono " _»ip6n the _^ monWnt. I_^waS perfecfly crazy after I found out that the soldier was dead." ; This is the major part of the evidence, wLich is given nearly as it was taken down by the teporter. There is no doubt whatever that the woman is in, a state _^ f intense ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

_AGRxGUlTURAL. C _Hf MIE A L _£_«. "• PABU LETTE. This Fertilizer is compos*, of night soil and the fertilizing element* f urine combined, chemically and mechanical,, with other valuable fertilizing agents and a "¦ sorhents. It is reduced to a pulverized condition, rr:i. dy for immediate use, and without loss of s, highly nitrogenous fertilizing properties. Its universal application to all crops an! soils, and its durability and active qualities, are well known to be all that agrieultuny.j can disire. Price $25 per Ton. _fiHEMICAL ddJ_^_Pfi_^.This Fertilizer \J is largely compoBed of animal niattor, such as meat, bone, fish, leather, hair an] wool, together with, chemicals ancl inorganic fertilizers, which decompose the mass, and retiiii the nitrogenous elements* It is tliorou^/ily impregnated with urine, and the _ihinucr poitions of night soil. It is a very valuable fertilizer for field crops generally, and especially for potatoes, mid garden purposes. its excellent qualities...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

_£ptn«_rl _Kotius. 53= Information _Fbee !-To Nervou Sufferers.—A gentleman, cured of nervous debility, incompetenc}', premature decay, and youthful error, actuated by a desiie to benefit others, will be happy to furnish to all who need it, (free of charge) the Teceipt and directions for making the simple remedy used in his case. Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's bad expeiience, and possess a sure and valuable remedy, can do so by addressing him at once at his place of business. The receipt and fall information—of vital importance—will be cheerfully sent by return mail. J hn B. Ocden. No. 60 Nassau-st., New-York. P. S.—Nervous sufferers of both sexes will find this information invaluable. 3ra - S3-A Card _tcTTnvalids.—A Clergyman, while residing ia South America as a missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for the cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay, Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Organs and. the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful and v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

FISH'S LAMP HBATJKG AP?_ARAT' _< Boiling — Frying — Stewing — Steeping_^ WITH THE FLAME THAT LIGHTS TH F. BOo* • • * By the flame of a common lar-. at the cost of a cent's worth o( oil, 8v j_'t' : comfortable breakfast can be cooked. • , — N. Y. Tribune. _• • • Simple in construction, easily lttv in order, ready for use in a moment • ' • K . convenient to have on hand. * • j)r ,1:. giit's Circular. : • • • Fish's Lamp is one of ihe m. popular novelties of the day, • • • ,, ; utility of it is unquestionable, a great sav_^ is made in heating and cooking small article.' and can be made to cook meals for a _gr_^. many persons, which is actually done on _t_^. ambulance cars which carry the nick soldier. . • Scientific American. • • • For family use, hospital tent, v_,ar rack, picnics, fishing, nursery, or sick rou;: it is an article of comfort beyond all prop0! tion to its cost! • * ' . _HalVs Journal of Health • • * I have tried the apparatus , an. my wife and I proclaim th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 14 January 1865

1864: :_b_~u_ 1864 T_^WRX GOODS & GROCERIES SELLING AT Greatly 'Reduced Prices. J. R: blFFENBACH NO. 66 MAIIKET-ST., MARIETTA, PA., Havine sorted up his stock during the greatest decline in Gold and Merchandise and is now predared to sell goods as low as _, . Any Retail TIousp in or out of the Cities. Now selling good Prints at 31 cents, the best at 37_£c. Good DeLaines, 4oc, best 50c. Ginghams from 37| to 50 cents. Bleached and Unbleached* Muslins from 31, 37 to 50 cents. CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTING, Latest style goods for Gentlemen and Boys wear, Fancy and 'Black Cassmieres_, Tweeds, Jeans, Cloths, together with all kinds of Domestic goods, such'as Ticking, Checks, Drilline. &c. &c. at EQUALLY REDUCED PRICES. Good Si'gar at 1820 to 22 cents., Good Coffee at. 40 _cents_^best in market at 50, cents. 23s " Syrups and all other Groceries at reduced prices. j_^^^ _; A LARGE i . : V _*_m*l..L0T0F PURE LIQUOR .S. He also continues to keep on hand a _large...

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