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

General News Items. Wherever any conversation was had with the rebels in the course "of 'their recent raid into Maryland, they v espressed the .Opinion that G_'en. _MkClelitrn should be at _ttie heati of the Union armies. Their sympathizers at the North hold the same opMnion. The York (_t_*a.) True Democrat understands that quite a number of recruits for the one _year's service, who, previous to the late election , bad intended to credit themselves to the townships in which they reside, now positively refuse to do so.because,those townships, .by a majority, declared that the soldier had no right to vote. Mrs. Ex-President Tyler _presents her compliments tothe editor of the _*New York _Herald, and states that she has no marriageable daughter, and the story of the romantic marriage of a member of her family to a soldier on the James river is pure fiction. An attempt to rob the _Passaic Cdunty B:ink, at Patterson, N. J,-Thursday uinht, was thwarted by a drunken fellow who. abou...

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

&&<i»m Patter-on die CDo.7 NO. 66f_:MARKET STREET, t MARIETTA, PA. DEALERS IN FOREIGN & DOMESTIC _^txjLuluJutxf-e , Keep constantly on hand a full stock oi Building Material, Naila, /_£\ LOCKS, HINGES, _^J/ GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, WHITE LEAL), A Superior-article of Cement, &c, *~ A_^SIRON: Hulled and Hammered _W a Iron, Steel, Horse-Shoe Bars, Norway Nail Rods, Hoop and 13and Iron, Horse-Shoe Nails, Bolts: Files, Rasps, etc hOUSE-KEEPIAG GOODS. FIRST-CLASS COOKING * _^ AND PARLOR _STOVEiJ, RANGES_.j-jgfl Tubs, Churns, Cedai Stands, X-K? _4 Waan Boards, Buckets, ' _¦ ' 'Knivesand Forts, _£PLcrtetL SL _^_Lricdlc 0'/ic£u±&, Sad Irons, _Itraut Cutters, Waiters, Bruss and Copper Ke|_tlea, Clothes _^ Wringers. Pans, Iron LadlesMeat 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 ...

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

THE DR AFT!(||f||j|_jjj|fTHI DRAFT!! Who would not be out of the,Draft? B TJlT . that which effects us(in connection with the Army, is not ' th? piily'one—the _Drstft "upon the pocket itliese" 'timek>ia'' ._equally severe—^_consequehtly, we purchasegoo'ds where we get them cheapest. ¦ _> .,...,. _SUCCESSOR TO t»AVID BOTH IN THE HARDWARE BUSINESS, Would take this method of informing the public that he is now prepareiito furnish anything in his line of business, -such as Glass, Oils, Varnishes, Stoves, Iron, Carpenter's Tools . Hinges, Bolts, Locks, ' Naili, all kinds of Building material} Coachmakerh - Gdiids," Cederware, Clocks, Fancy Articles in large-variety, with a full assortment of shelf , gooda generally, which he will 'sell at the lowest _piicea, _wholesale or1 re-U il. Call arid examir.e1 the stock. Ma.iet.a_, March 5,.1864. ' , ( ,_! , ' S. S. RATH VON, ~~^ Merchant Tailor, and Clothier; At F.J. Kramph's Old Stand, on _theVor ner of North Queen and Ora...

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

FOR PRESIDENT, ; _, , . ABkA.HAM ~ LINCOli<T , ? . OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, AN D RE W- JO HNS O N, OT TENNESSEE. SEnfott _iglMtoral.._©Ufett. ' SftNATbRUU JvioaTou McMichael,1 Philadelphia, Thomas H. _Cunninghaw, Beaver co. _REFKESENTATIVE. ¦ . , , 1. Robert P. King, ' 13. E(ias W. Halt 2. Geo. M- Coates, 14: Chasl H. _Shrtner_, 3. JlenryHumm, _lH.JohnWister- _, 4. Wm. H. Kernr 16. D. M'Conaughy, 5._f Bariin H._Jenks,' 17. David W. Woods, 6. Chas_, M' _.Runk, 18. Isaac Benson, 6. Robert Parke. 19. - John Pattqn 7. Wm. Taylor ¦ 20. Samuel B. Dick, 8. Jno. A. Hiestand, 21 Everhard Bierer, 9. R. M- Coryell, 22. John P. Penney, _11. Edwd.' miliday, 23." Ebe _' _zey iM'Jun&in, 12. Chas.F. Reed, \U. T.W. Blanchard.

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

fig" Pope Pius has occupied the ponlificial chair since 1846. and is advanced in 3 ears and ? decrepit in; health. The question of his successor is more discus _sed of late than any act of bis. The Catholic Hierarchy is a venerable order of men.' The Collage of Cardinals consists of 60; viz : 6 bishops, 50 priests, and 14 deacons". A new Pope has to be elected from that body. The population of the world in 1863 was estimated at l,284,738;000. The estimated total Christian ' population was 361,718,000. The Protestant population was 95,715, 000; the Roman Catholic population was 185,041,000. If these estimates are correct, the Catholic population is nearly double the Protestant.

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

^* The new enrollmont act does not affect the rights of persons conscientiously opposed to _bearing arms, in respefct_^b commutation or the procurement of substitutes. They can still pay $300, to'be applied to hospital uses, or go into the hospitals, as attendants for the term for which they were drafted. They must, _<hbwe?er, show that by, previous religious profession, they are, and have' boen,: genuine non-resistants on G _onscieotioas grounds. Practically, this _exetnptionis restricted to the Society of Friends, and has no application to _Cppperbeads who of coarse are con-Hfinntinns as to this war. '

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

f^* , Mary B. yv ise, a female private of the 34th Indiana Volunteers, presented herself at ' the Paymaster General's office this morning and.-drew,her pay for two years' military service. She was in numerous engagement' s in the west, and wounded,three times, the last at the battje of Lookout mountain., The ball took effect in the shoulder. She was dressed in male attire, and was conveyed from the battlefield to the hospital. On,the surgeon coming round to dress her wound her sex was discovered, and she was mustered out of service.

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

Wkt _^_mtttxm. F. L. _leaker, Editor, MARIETTA. PA : SATURDAY, AUGUST 20,1864.

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

@" Toe rebel Admiral Buchanan, whose capture with the' rebel ram Tennessee, has been announced, waa among the older officer's in the active service in the navy when the war broke out. ' He was in grave doubt whether to cast in his lot "yith the traitors or not. After_, his resignation had been accepted he sought to withdraw it, but was not allowed to do. so. It will be remembered that he commanded the Merrimac in her famous encounter with the Monitor, and was then wounded.

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

5_^" Toe Washington states that the Union prisoners placed by the rebels under Bre at _Charleston have all been exchanged. The rebels, finding that an equal number of their own officers had been placed in a hot place in Charleston harbor, concluded that their amicable little piece of strategy wouldn't work, and the result was that they "caved,". _aa above stated. The fleet saluted the exchanged officers, and Admiral Dahlgren entertained them aboard bia ship. ,-,. .

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

43_T The new State Military bill pro. poses to raise thirteen regiments of infan try, two of cavalry and one of artillery, for State defence; also, directing the immediate enrollment of the militia, providing for a loan of three millions of dollars, and empowering the Governor to seize .railroads and telegraph lines, take cavalry and artillery horses, and all other property necessary for public service.; Lie has. the power to appoint one major _geuen\l and two brigadiers.

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

_^g" Some time ago there was an agitation in. the lower part of the city, caused by the birth of a'child, which uttered the word "war," and then died. The same circle in which this mysterious stranger made such a sensation .is now agitated by another, phenomenon. A day or two ago, an infant came into the world in South Troy, which had _doga paws instead of feet. Hero is a theme for local gossip.

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

_jfiT 1 ne 3iur_upon the people of Pennsylvania that "whe_^i the foe is upon them in arms," they call to the rest of the world to come and fight for them," comes with a very bad grace from a city like New York, which required the government at Washington to, take from the field the troops which were defending the Uoion, to prevent its own metropolitan mob from destroying it. m »

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

w 6_^° It ia understood on good authority that Secretary _Fessenden will remain in office only a short time—;the delicate state of his health rendering him quite unequal to the heavy duties required. On this account he hesitated long about accepting the post for even a limited period ;'but the emergency allowed him no choice.

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

gg" Miss Ann Wade died in Orange, New Jersey, last week, after an extraordinary sickness of twenty seven years, during twenty-five years of which she has not left her bed. She was first affected with an aneurism just above the heart, which led to a combination of diseases has attracted the attendance of over forty physicians. tw ¦

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

_^_T Deep Bottom, the place secured by the recent advance on the James river, is four miles nearer to Richmond than Malvern Hill. It is only twelve miles from that city by ' the New Mar--ket road. It is the key to the high _aod healthful piece of country immediately south and east of Richmond, and between that city and White Qak Swamp.

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

_4_iT The Democrats of Che copperhead persuasion _aeem to have a regard for the fitness of things.' They have illustrated this _io a striking manner, by ohftDging the lime for holding their National Convention from the 4th of July, tbe_,birtbday of American Independence , to. the 29th of August, the birthday of Benedict-Arnold!

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

» — ®* A story is told of a deserter, who has a glass eye, which he used to take j_^ out when he wanted to get discharged, or when, after running away, be. wished to avoid detection, He entered and left the service twelve times, and will now leave it for the last time, as be is to be shot!

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

_€_T General Scott refers to _Mt as "a _strikiog. fact, that three> ex-Vice\ Presidents; Aar .on Burr, John C.. Calhouo_, and John G. Breckinridge ,became_\each _linihis day, a leader in treason " -\ j : *_&* _- ¦ ' • ¦ .;¦" - ' ¦¦-:. \ _<, ¦; _W Incredible as .it may seem,! many -of._Jhe;r;ichest;planters _io Jamaica iW 00 coffee groonds,.,.> . ¦ . ,. .¦ (. _h :

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

_fiT The Richmond Examiner makes mention'of a barrel of flour hauled through the streets of that city in a hearse, to which the Peoria Transcript adds 'iwe apprehend that a great deal 'of the flower of Richmond has'b* eeu hauled in the same kind of vehicle since the rebellion commenced.

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