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

/^tEO: W. WORRALC , _AJT .„ surgeon- dentist. Having removed to the Rooms formerly oecupit_" by Dr. Swentzel, adjoining Spangler If PattersonU Store , Market iareef_; where he is now _j<_ffrg_^ prepared to wait on all who may teel _$^*g&disposed to patronize him. _T_^r- Dentist ry in all its branches taxned on; Teeth inserted on the most approved principles of Dental science. All operations on the mouth performed in a skillful m*_1 workmanlike manner—on fair principles and ON VERY REASONABLE TERMS. Having'determined upon a permanent location at _sthis dIaap_^ would ask-.a continu_»tion of the llld; ronage heretofore _extendeil to himfor which he "will render every possible satisfaction. . S3- Ether administered to properperaoD_*_- The Patent' ' Gnffax Reflector lantern. nnHIS is the niost desirable Lantern in the X market. It burns Coal Oil without » Chimney, emitting neither smoke .nor smell. a pure . It stands quick motions m any direction. The flame is regulate...

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

&the Treasury clerks at Washington will not have their usual New Year's present of pen-knives this year, ' and the Government will save some $8,000 by it. The custom originated when the clerks had to make abd mend their own pens, and there is no justice in it liowi _fjgr The rumors.has been, revived in Washington_^ that Secretary Welles will leave the Navy Department; on or; prior to the 4th_!of March next and that Col. John VV. Forney will isiicceed -to the position. . <I_5* The: steamer Arago brought c over 200,000 letters * from Gen. Sherman's army. As nono_^Of _thefsta' mps: had been caucelled, it required the laborofi fifteen clerks in the post office*for twenty.hours to do the work, 0* About $400,000 has . thusfar been' expended'in paying to the paroled prisoners at Ann_^poys the commutation of nitons due them _^ while in the hands of iho rebels. , , , , ' ' u ' * . <@T Seven or eight men were kilted la_*t FuridayinHtplidayiBtreet, Baltimore,: by the ...

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

T_.ANDIS& TROLFT Landis _fr 'J rout Landis _fr Trout At the "Golden Mortar," At the"'Golden Mortar,1 * Market Street, Marietta, Market Street, Marietta, Keep constantly on hana Keep constantly on hand ¦¦-¦ g-3 _£¦ _M 2 fc" £. _>r) ' *? t Iff | * en 3 f? § 3" S" § S ° c " a P^|l I I l I _^l5 S g 2. ¦ *• % §• I « " 9 8 _Jgg. S- .. SC on _i ** • _« . w _O. - a ci "> , ' o » ¦ 5" Prescriptions carejully compounded. Prescriptions carefully compounded. Remember the place, Remembertheplace, Dr. Grove' s old _Startf. Dr. Grove's old Stand. Give, us a nail. Give us a call

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

«$* The Clearfield war--the military expedition sent to Clearfield county to enforce obedience to the laws has thus far proved a success. Over one hundred dpsertnrs have been forwarded to their ivirimentsytb _Harrisburg. and to Fort M ffl'n Drafted men are ' reporting to tin- provost in&rshiil's officers daily, suri; _rnilerinc? themselves, and asserting that iin»v Imd been induced to resist' the draft, hy men of influence and position"_^ Some of the {leaders of, the oath-bound f-ocittty, organized to resist,the draft, are now ia Fort Miiflin_, awaiting trial. _<_gT Alexander 1: btewart, the dry goods nabob of New York, has-the largest income of any man in America' , or (probably) the world. He has 'lately paid an income tax of $250,000 !—on a net income .of< five- million -dollars ! This would be;tbe interesfc _. at 6 per,cent_, of over eighty-millionBi,,, We know-of no case among the wealthy men of Englaud that surpasses or equals this ; and we suppose_.A...

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

i&L Spbts! Stobfs!! WBk ——r / _Sc/in _g f/iantglej ' , OPPOSITE HARRY WOLFE'S. A S the season for Stoves is fastapproaclum J\^ 1 would call the attention of all _wishing to purchase Parlor or Cooking Stoves, to my large and well selected stock, which cmbraces the best.and most desirable Stoves thai the Eastean markets afford , and which wen" purchased early, which will enable metoJis pose of them advantageously to buyers. Among the leading: Parlor, and Cook Stoves ' are the following: Parlor Stoves.' Cooking Stoves. Meteor (ias Burner, Galleo, _Columbia do, l Royal, Oval do . , &6H\ .. Waverlv, !>>al, Wellington, Gcm, - _.Lehigh, Tropic Egg, , Charm, Monitor, , hummer Rose, Also, the Vulcan and Sanfor.d's Heatersa very desirable article fer heating1 two or four rooms with very littleif any_, more fuel than an ordinery parlor stove would consume. Ranges lor cooking, constantly on hand all of which will be sold on reasonable terms. S3" Call and exam...

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

Cg" General Butler has been removed and General Ord appointed his temporary successor. The New York Herald speaking of his removal says : "Whether rightfully or not General Butler has for months ' past been losing the confidence of the officers of the army, until very few will regret his departure outside of those who swarm around and attach _themselves. to ;those \_xx{ .power. ; It has been Gen.; Butler's misfortune, to appoint too many .of these selfish ,,_and irresponsible persons to:official positions of trust aud responsibility.. .Their indisrretions have in no small degree been instrumental in causing his removal. Th_« ostensible grounds for depriving him of hi3 command . are undoubtedly his recent fiascos of Wilmington and Hutch Gap. But a mountain of dissatisfaction has been accumulating against him for months. Thus ends the military career of a distinguished civilian iffneral. '' • " _> ? . - •

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

_^5" Ther e has been quite a controversy going on _fielweSTTBrPte_^_BBaTiSS Philadelphia Inquirer-with regard to the circulation of the latter. The Press* _oflors to contribute ' to the Sanitary and Christian Commissions the ' sum of ten thousand dollars if the circulation of the Inquirer is over 60,000, which number has been posted in _larjre letters at the head of that journal, as being its circulation. Also,, $5,00,0 more, if _*he circulation is ovef 50,000;. $2,000. if over 40,000 ; and $1,000 i_^orer 30,000. The Inquirer does not squarely "face the mupic," but evasively accepts the offer. The fact has long , been patent that ' the Inquirer was not tha most reliable newajmper on the continent and1 some went so fur as to question its loyalty. The Press is, unquestionably, mucb the better paper of the two. .

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

_(_&*,Gen. _McClellan, it is reported will sail for Europe in February; his wife and child will accompany him. "Burleigh," the Boston Journal's correspondent in this city, makes the folio wing statement in reference to the General's movements: "A company of gentlemen in this city have fitted up a fast sailing clipper ship in elflgant style, placed on board every conceivable luxury, manned, her, completely with a fine crew, pot her in charge of one of our ablest captainB, and tendered her to George B. McClellan for one year, to sail with his family friends where he will—the entire expense to be born by the gentlemen. This is the Ne.w. York style of doing things.

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

4^* e Illinois Central Railroad" is making an effort to have the capital_^of that State removed from Springfield to Dncatnr, and offer as an - inducement, S 1,000,000 to build a new capitallat'that place. 'The-people of Springfieldi.are, m consequence, much exercised • upon the subject.! , • . • , ? 815" The embaliners at Washington are doing a thrivih'g business. They'are very fastidious; howeVer, as'to'the regulation of their1 prices. ' For1 'instance, they charge $ ' 25 for embalming a private, and for officers five' dollars for 'each' additional higher _grada. In this case, at least, the old maxim that wrfr is a great _laveler is not true.' ' _-'.. - ..*> ?„—:—r-s -tt it. i . , ¦

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

Best Merinoes, Fashionable Silks, Nooility Plaids , : ¦ .:.•. ¦ Pirn's. Poplinsy Dark Foulards, Figured Merinoes, - Good Blankets, ' Plaid Shawls. We follow gold down, as close as toe follow it up. Now is a good time for Merchants and Customers to come in. October8,1864.-2m.] EYBB & LANDELL, _^ Fourth and Arch streets, PHILADELPHIA. CATER FOR THE BEST TRADE, AND OFFER NO BAITS OR DECEPTIONS TO INDUCE CUSTOM BUT BELT ON _3<cuJ- Wealing. SL e &cuacL t&atxd&

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

Ik _Pawctnatt F. L. _leaker, Editor. MARIETTA. PA: _gfalu*da_£. _Jaruuvm. Y&jfXte.

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

f . sportsmen Eley 's Gun Caps, Eley 's Gun Wadds, _J« Dupoht'_s Sporting and Glazed*Duck Powder Baltimore Shot; Shot Pouches, Powder Flasks &c,,at , JOHN SPANGLER'S. ICKORY & Oak AVood60 Cords each Hickory and Oak Wood. Orders must be accompanied with tho cash when they will be promptly filled. Spangler & Patterson. SUBSCRIPTIONS received for all the leadin Periodicals of the day • .• ' > Atlhe Cold<n Mortar QT. CROIX awd NEW ENGLAND RUM £5 _f°r culinary purposes,.warranted genuine *¦ ' * '"' "'. ' ¦ * ¦ . • ¦ t._iiH.D._iBenjam\n.i

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

£3* The exercises of the 4th quarterly meeting will be held in the M. E. (Jburch on Sunday next. Love feast in ,he morning; doors opening at 8_£ > 'elock; preaching by the pastor at 10_£ i*cloclc. Rev. Dr. Castle, Presiding Ltder, will preach in the evening at G_£ ('clock. The usual quarterly collection vill be taken up in the morning and eveling. The public are invited to attend. J. G. ¦ _(_&* The _Sasquehanna on Thursday Doming look a'WrjfTudden start and rith crushing and floating ice swelled _>ver the bank and ran into the canal at nany places; in fact the lots between awere comp - l y inundated and are now covered with p thick coat of ice, making a first-rate _skating pond, in front of our office. There was considerable alarm during the entire day ; lumber merchants were moving all that could be moved, but iearly everything was ft ozen to the _tround, which made it slow work ; on _Friday morning, ho_*vever_, it was found hat the river had fallen about ...

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

PUTNAM'S CLOTHES WRINGER. -o It is the only reliable selj-adjusting ¦^7V ringer. No WoOD-WOKK TO SWELL _QR SPLIT. No Thumb-screws to get out of order. Warranted with or wilb-out Cog- Wheels. It took the First Premium at Fifty-seven State and County Fairs in _1S64, and i*_, icit. _' iout an exception, the beit Wringer everma.1i . Patented in the United Stated, En-rla:.il, Canadu, and Australia. Agents wanted m every town. Energetic agents can make from 3- to 10 Dollars per day. WHAT EVERYHODY KNOWS, viz : That Iron well galvanized _icill not _rus_[: That a. simple machine is better than a complicated one; That a Wringer should be tdf-adjuslirtr, durable, and efficient; \_y That Thumh-Hcrews, and FastenfK_^iJf, ...«• delay _andd ovble to regulate and keep nlffiUi - ; That wood soaked in hot water will_^mrU, shrink and split; . i That wood bearings for the shaft to ruft, in will wear out; That the Putnam Wringer, with or _wjWiout cog-wheels, will not tear the clothes; » That cog-wh...

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

Estate of James Whitehill, late ofthe Borough of Marietta, deceased. Letters Testamentary on said estate, having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted thereto are requested to make immediate settlementand those having claims or'demands against the same will present them without delay for settlement to the undersigned, residing in the Borough, of Marietta. -, A. N. CASSEI _' ., ' ' MARY WHITEHILL. Executors. Marietta, December 17, .1864. 20-6t DR. WM. B. FAHNESTOCK , . ' OFFICE:—Main-st., keariV opposite i n £pan ~ gler & Patterson ' * Store!' // ;.-¦;¦; i i • " ) FhOJI_>7 TO 8-A. MV1 * ' OFFICE HOURS. > ": 1>to_». ??_' " v. « ._» _o V. '6.to 7 p. _m. OHLEN'S long'celebrated ,ti2tf> j ~ M, ; ,,:;, h: D.+_SEyjAMM_; fTO _WAJU_5 ASSOCIATION, ' Jtl PHILADELPHIAiPAy Diseases of the Nervous, Seminal, Urinary and Sexual Systems—new and Tellable treatment—in Reports of the Howard Association. Sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes, fre...

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

TOHSIIffiXflflERffl SELLING OFF AT COST. tl . R. DIFFENBACH, NO. 61 MARKET-ST., Having determined to close out, has commenced to sell his entire stock of goods, AT COST, consisting of Cloths, _Cassimercs and Vesting, _Nattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, &c, LADIES CLOAKING- CLOTHS, Flannels, Ticks, Checks, 'Checks, Bleached and Unbleached Mnslins, Drillings, Blankets, &c, &c. Calicos, Delaines, Ladies Dress Goods, Paper and Cambric Muslins, Edging, Lace and Dress Trimmings. A full assortment of Notio s, A ifiTge lot of Ladies, Gentlemen and Chilorens Hose, Opera Caps, Ribbons, &c, Glass and Queensware, Oil Cloths, Looking Glasses_^ Window Pa per, &c, 100 Dozen Packs Smoking Tobacco. 1000 lbs. superior Congress Tobacco, A full assortment of GROCERIES and LIQUORS, 50 Sacks of Salt, Mackerel in _^and g Barrels. The greater portion of* the above goody have been purchased at from 20 to 0 per cent, less than present wholesale prices and will be sold ac...

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

•Winter Goods! WE have lately received from the Eastern markets, a large assortment of Fall and Winter Goods, that were ' purchased during the Gold panic, when prices had touched the bottom ; we are, therefore, prepared to furnish all kinds of merchandise much below the present market value. OUR STOCK COMPRISES ALL GRADES OF CLOTHS, . Cassimeres and Vestings, Over-Coatings, Fancy Cassimeres, for full suits, AND FOR BOYS WEAR, Cassinetts and Jeans, Ladies Cloaks and Cloaking Cloths, A full line of French Meriroes, Goburgs and Alpacas in all colors, Rich Plaid and Biocade Lustres, Plain and Fig'd Wool or mixed _BcLaines, Superior IWourning _DeLaines & Alpacas, A large assortment of Merfimack Prints, Scotch Plaid and Plain Dress and Skirt Flannels, Long and Square Shawls, in great variety, Sacking and Shirting Flannels, _Larjie and Small Balmorals, Washington Skeleton Skirts, the best article in the market—every Skirt guarranteed, French Corsets, ' l_^ruveling Over-Shirts...

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

_^L H E-OPENING OF ' M f W 0!*. ' _&"> &LnkU'_& M _jSft _ajmlLu. 2_$HLg. gfbaj-z, , _Market Street, Marietta. _TQT AVING just laid in a pure and fresh stock |~1 of Medicines, would take this means to inform his old friends and the publican general that everything now on hand is really new and Jresh—his ' entire old stock having some time since been disposed of—which has been carefully selected and is now offered at fair and reasonable prices for cash. i In addition to his stock of Drugs and Chemicals will be found a varied assortment of Toilet and \ Fancy Articles, such as Tooth, Hair and Nail Blushes, Infant «_jgj_§l& Combs and Brushes, Pocket aijd ' Red- g|jjjfl| ding Combs, Toilet, ' Shaving and *"""' Tooth Soaps, Bazin. and Haul's Fine Extracts, Hair Oils and Pomades , Port iMonnaes and Pocket Books, Hair Dyes, Tooth Washes, Pearl Powder, Roue, Colougne, Hay Water, Powder lioxes, &c., tfce. Corn Starch and Farina, Coal Oil, La...

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

rfiHE COLUMBIA' iNStfillNCE'CO., ' X Of Columbia, Lancaster County, Penna. FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT. Whole amount insured, $2,604,435 6S Whole amount of Premium Notes, 255,931k 46 Bal. Cash Premiums, January 1, JS63, $2,120 31 R.ec'pts for premiums, . less Agt's commissions in 1863, 9,3S2 45 Receipts for Assessments less Agt's commissions in IS63. 2,385 02 $13,S87 79 Losses and expenses paid in _lSb°3, $10,133 32 Bal. of Premiums, Jan. 1, 1864, 3,754 47 $13,887 79 A. S. GREEN, President, GEORGE YOUNG, Jr., _Secretary. MICHAEL S. SHUMAN, Treasurer. DIRECTORS: Robert T. Ryon, John W. Steacy, John Fendrich_, H. G. Minich, Samuel F. Eoeilein, Michael S. Shuman, Michael S. _Xhuman, S. C. Slaymaker, George Young, Jr., Nicholas Me Donald. Edmund Spering, Amos S. Green. « wmn&. _MQuoas. H. D. SENJAMIN, DEAIER IN WINES & LIQUORS, Picot Building, Marietta, Pa. ¦ ¦ - ¦ ¦ . _ —O— — " ¦ ¦ TQEGS leave to inform the public that he Jj will continue the WINE & LIQUOR business...

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

kSJ_^ _JMT wa'pHP Patterson dbCo., NO. 66J; MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PA. DEALERS IN FOREIGN & DOMESTIC _^CaficLujxL_^e. Keep constantly on hand a full stock of Building Material _^ Nails, j_£_V LOCKS, HINGES, \_$_J GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, WHITE LEAD, A Superior article of Cement, &c, O1R ON : Rolled and Hammered Iron, Steel, Horse-Shoe Bars, Norway Nail Rods, Hoop and Band Iron, Horse-Shoe Nails, Bolts, Files, Rasps, etc. HOJCJSE-KEEPING _GdODS. FiftST-CLASS _^COOKING . _^ AND PARLOR STOVES, RANGES,_g_3& Tubs* Churns, Cedar Stands, _^_S_^. Wash Boards, Buckets, • ' Knives and Forks, j&iaied SL fJl_^6_^0 > _li_9JonA, Sad Irons, Kraut Cutters, Waiters, Brass and Copper Kettles Clothes Wringers, Pans ' , Iron Ladles, Meat Stands, Coal Oil Lamps, Shades and Lanterns,Tea Scales, Coffee Mills, Painted Chamber Setts, &c.,&c. Forks, Shovels, Hoes, Spades, Horse,Brushes, • Wheel Grease, Fish, Sperm and Lubric Oils, Cistern Pumps, Long...

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