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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

August Court Proclamation ¦\T7"HEREAS the Honorable Henry.G. VV Lon£, President, Hon. A. L. Hayes and Ferree Brinton, Esq., Ass- Judges of the Court of Common Pleas, in and for the County of Lancaster, and Assistant Justices of the Court of Over ft Termiacr and General Jail Delivery.and Quarter Sessions of the Peace, in and /or the County of Lancaster, have issued their Precept to iri© directed requiring me, among other things, to make Public Proclamation throughout my Bailiwickthat a Court of Qjer and Tenniner and General Jail Delivery; Also, a. Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace and Jail Delivery, will commence at the Court Housein th« City' of Lancaster, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, on the Third Monday _iic _Ausust, I860: In pursuance of which precept Public Notice is Hereby Gives to the Mayor and Alderman of the City of Lancaster, in said county, and all the'Justices of the Peace, the Coroner, and Constables of the said city and county ol Lancaster, that tbejrbe ...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

TheUieof Ripr Fruit.—Instead of standing in any fear of a generous consumption of ripe fruit*, we regard them as positively condacive to healtn. The very maladies commonly assumed to have their origin in a free use of apples, peaches, cherries, melons and wild berries, have been quite as prevalent, if not equally destructive, in seasons of scarcity. There are so many erroneous notions entertained of the bad effects of fruit, that it is quite time that a counteracting impression should be promulgated, having its foundation in common sense, and based upon the common ob servation of the intelligent. We have no patience in reading rules to be observed in this particular department of physical comfort. No one, we imagine, ever lived longer, or freer from the paroxysms of disease, by discarding the delicious fruits of the land in which he finds a home. On the contrary, they are necessary to the preservation of health, and are therefore caused to make their appearance at the very t...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

POSTPONEMENT! |- rhe Officers of the 2d Brigade, 3d DivwioD of P. M., met this morning,--(July 14) at 10 o' ek it the Keystone House, _l&ncaster,, by request _Df Brigadier General MsB. Witwx*. On motion it wm •- Resolved, That Brig. G_«. _WltweT be . Mqnetr ted to postpone the Military Encampment for the present military year. ( Head Quarters of tfte 2nd Brigade, ? 3d Division of P. M. v ( Lancaster, July 14I860. In _pursuance of the abov« resolution, I hereby postpone the Military Encampment or dered to b_« held on the 27th day bf August next, 1860, at the City of Lancaster, for die following reasons: Adjutant General Wilson has issued, hit orders for a military State Encampment, to be held on the 3d day of September nextat the borough of York, as many of the officers and soldiers having expressed a wish to participate in said Encampment. lit lieu of the aforesaid Encampment, I hereby order and direct the.seve >ral Companies, folly armed and equippedin this Briga...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

Qoitk Tall.—The tallest man in Franceiias just expired near Rouen, at the age of 71, being M. Charles Gruel d'Indreville of Nesle, Normandy, who founded, and for many years carried oo some extensive glass works at that place. His statue was nearly 7 feet 6 inches English, and his body was stout in proportion. In early life he4_nterad the Imperial army as a private soldier, but soon gained the rank of _sublieutenant. He was present in the battles of Wagram and Moscow. At one time he was a prisoner of war_, and having fallen ill, was sent to the hospital of Konigsburg. Thii hospital was wckedby the _Russians _. and M. Gruel was thrown out into the street, and he passed a whole night in the snow with scarcely any coveripg. He however, recovered and returned to France,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

REVERE HOUSE, (formerly eagle hotel.) No. 227 North Third Street. Phila rSlHIS house is situated in the most business X partcsf the city, has one hundred and thirty rooms; large Parlors and every room is newly furnished antL is considered one of the finest Hotels of its class in Philadelphia; it has erected a large _observatory where persons can have a fine view ofW| City, Delaware river, &c., &c; it is also supplied with hot and cold water Bathes, which will be free of charge for the guests of the House ; City Cars will take you to the Revere House. Our charge is moderate$1.25 per day; persons visiting the city will please come and try the Revere House*.nd we pledge ourselves that we will endeavor to use our best efforts to make it appear like home. Cpaki.es J. Faber, of Reading, will have charge of the Office. G. W. HINKLE, formerly of the States Union Hotel and latterly of the United States Hotel, Atlantic City, N.. _i.j _Proprietor. ~

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

<^"T-he las t and latest "card of thank" is one signed by a party of prisoners before leaving the-jail at Wheeling, "Va. , to take up their _resideacB io the Stale Penitentiary at Richmond, on "taking their departure" returned tfian&3 to the warden and his lady. • m. ftSTTbe aereonont, La Mountain, in his recent excursion from Troy, was accompanied by a young lady rained'Moss. We will venture to say that no. moss was 'eiref before _discovered cliogitrg to 'a mourrtain bo high trp.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

e®*The city of Harrisburg, according to the United States census _jost taken, has 14,862 inhabitants. The Patriot says this is an increase of 6,866. _KJ" We are autbo»ixed to announce tk»t Pxtxb Mam-ik will be a candidate for the office of Pwthonotaryi before the Peoples' County Convention. _fcl_^We are authorized- to announce thai John A. _HixsTAwn of Lancaster city, _wilfbe a candidate before the People's County Convention for State Senator,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

Worts Trying.—It is stated in a late foreign paper that bathing has been found to be a certain cure for pleuropneumonia, and that a gentleman in Ireland, who tried the experiment on eight cattle who were infected, saved seven of them by driving them into a bath. The cure is being perforated in ibis manner \a different parts of Ireland, It is to be tried in Connecticut.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

Foolhardt.—A'y ' onng man at the West, for a trifling wager, coiled himself between the ties of a railroad track, and allowed the train to pass over him He escaped with a trifling bnrn from a coal which dropped from the locomotive. The tender passed over him tenderly, and even the cow-catcher would cot condescend to catch a calf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

Man Killed.—A boatman named Leathers was killed near. Liberty, Clinton county, recently. He was going up with an empty boat, and was lying on the deck, when as the boat was passing under a bridge the tiller struck one ' of the timbers and it fell, striking the unfortunate man as he lay and killing him instantly. "' . ' . ' ' ¦ / ' '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

Sensitive.—A Mrs. Samuel _Scrippiee, of Milford_, Mass., drowned herself, on hearing that her husband had been detected-in robbing a nMoney drawer, in tlie railroad depot. _Tt_^_tau fltedy'but will probab-1 y_^c _^_wj_^^^^ _mm Thr Baron Renfrew we hope will be treated like a gentleman. The Springfield (Mass.) Republican observes of the BaroB : no public demonstration can be made in nU honor without a breach of the courtesies of private life, and the 8hameful_*tultificatioB of those who engage in it. W« ire a people who do not believe in kings, but if any embryo king _deBires to see our country, let him see it; and above all let him find in it a people who have Betf reBpect enoug h to mind their own business and'to allow him to attend to bis."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

teiflr_^ _tB t he eTWytJf _^^WATfV_^ prof. _^oo_^_irB _^_s_^^ ift and gentlemen of _theNP_^g? fj_^ _^n be berg it* praise. A few testiHJwu»l3 _°nI J _^ _^ M_# givew; see circular for rao**and lt *~* ^>JL possible for yon to doubt. ~y _S_*r_*tlF V 47 W . A1.1.-ST.J N. Y.» K _^ if m Gentlemen: Your note of th ^__^ y_^ 'Cm has been received, saying that }*~^_O> Jm thaf I had been _benefited by the u»?/| _Mg Hair Restorative, and requesting myl \ \ _M_* of the fact if I had no ohjeetion to V-4 _ff_^ I award it to you cheerfully,becau«»r M_£_g* it due. My age is about 60 yews ;J4l ' m_*r> of m.v hair auburn, «_knd inclined to _ccjaf. \ five or six years since it began J_~MK \ , . f r*t 1 and the scalp on the crown r Mm_^"B£> \ I "* f i lose its sensibility _apd dandru'TA.M_^m k'M1 _^ \ r-> 4 9 it. Each of these m_*m jmt&}'%Sr \^ 1 with time, and »boW_^ftn_^_ff_F ^«' J ¦ «k jM was added < _u thern_^ g-JP w iKMS&f. * «• iM stss ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

¦ til* By referring, to an advertisement it will be seen that Gen. _Witwbr has issued an order indefinitely: postponing the Encampment _ofVcftooteo ' rt, _ordered to take place near Laaca^^r on the 27th of August next. The SU(ta Encampment baring been ordered lo_^be held at York, our military companies Wishing to go there, could not loose time enough to nttfnd both, hence the postponement, A "good time generally" is in keeping for all who eo to York. _^ — _^^ ¦- _ - __ I_^r-The "Fourth" was appropriately celebrated ia Bainbridge, we are told, under the auspices of the "Barrowos1 Literary SoeietJ."- T. Hall Foreman, _Ksq., and Geo. Mayor Franklin, of Lancaster, delivered add _resses. The M quijtjoy Brass Band and The Maytown Infantry, under the command of Brig. Gen. Grove, were there. The whole affair _Ib highly spoken ;_df. _SfiTMessrs. Kaatz & Kelly bare commenced _McAdamiising the Marietta and Maytown turnpike, ' and the work appears to progress finely. In passing th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

_MJliTWlm T> OOKS! BOOKS!! AND M_^ Smr ¦» stationary Q _j_^_2_g_^_jj Vert Cheap at Dr. _Hinklk's. DR. P. - HINKLE _having just returned from Philadelphia where he selected a very fine assortment df all kinds of MISCELLANEOUS ANP _SCHOOL BOOKS, to which he would respectfully _inVlte the attention of School Directors, TeaCheis, Parents, Scholars and all otiie'fs1 it Want of any kind of BOOKS) Magazines, Mammoth Weeklies, the Dailies, Stationary of e__very kind and price, and in fact everything in the Book and Stationary line. A nice collection of Music on hand and a catalogue of all the _^ music published, from which selections can be made-and ordered. Anything in his line not on hand will bo ordered and obtained in a few _dstys. ni Alexander Lyndsay, m _FASHIONABLE _200T S, -SHOE _^ _MANVFAfcTUBER, MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN. Would most respectfully inform the citizens of this Borough and neighborhood that he has the largest assortment of City made work in his line of b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

Consolidated _LotwHea _° * <&&Zrm_* _* m H Authorized by the Legislature , _^ ' airaifcW _^jM _Bexefi_* op Academies_^ m_^_S_^_Mfr _Or_.Ass b & _f% _itt_*_Y*u _^ DRAifS _EVfeftV TbESOAY, _J.N _TI'_lj) ft _)JK . J macon, G _^^^^ Sh_^m_^kMm j, ¦ I S A_^I_^_IFf_^ f stE 3* _H1 *_"*_-_^, [|° " 7 i _$o,ooo.r-_«_" p ! |]fv:n '] one eending us UjiM&AA \ te_(U _^eatS i _^ _^^_, All _comrauni rJgtf^^_YA ¦^> , by **a*!K3tmV _^3&rT_A _LtaJODVQ)MA*_t _M: 1/7/// 9 «^° rss_^_jsr_^m -43s* _BfJyp . rders _deceived and , ¦ h _iB A Bro8dway_; New-York. Di_«_rtj_|Kr(1 _mWi WW> -«l - . _^_,_» ¦ ¦ , K, ; " fi _ORi HODGES, DAVlidf CO.yflm VK w fM oi ap_,u _?ta(cs MAC0 * > GiH- III

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

5000 AoEKf s _Waited.—To gell four new »ntuagqj»lled inventions, wanted and selling _?vpiyfirhere. My agenta have cleared over $20,000 on them. Diplomas, Silver medal and four Patents granted them. For four stamps you will receive 75 pages particulars. Best agency In the country. _EPHHAlAt BROWff, to - well, Mass. SHERIFF' S SALE. On Tuesday, August 7th, 1860, ai 2 o'clock P. M. I will expose to public _aale, or out-cry, at the Court House, ir.theCStyof Lancaster, the following Real Estate, viz» A Certain Two-Stotk* Frame _jjstt DWELLING HOTJ_^E, J j»£ Twenty, feet-in front and 28 in depth, and a oue-stoi_? Frame Kitchen adjoining, 12 by 14, on lot numbered 185, in the Borough of Marietta, containing in front on Gay st. 40 feet, and extending in depth to an alley 186, bounded on the west by Gay street, on the north by an alley) and on the east by an alley, and on the Bouth bv lot no. J84. . . Seized and taken in execution as the property of WM. NIXON, and to be sold by B. F. ROW...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

drFbe State Encampment to be held «t York on the 34 of _September, promises to be _qaite • military pageant. We learn that the Lancaster _^nciblee, than which, there is not a finer looking or better drilled company in tfce State, intend _going; also our neighboring friends at May town—and no better set of men, rb men, or finer looking and behaved as soldiers, will, we are certain, tread the grounds of "Camp Patterson." We are atso informed, officially, that Brig. Gen. Witwbr and Staff are to be there, and of course see ourseif once more in "epaulets and spurs" upon the "tented field," being the General's "right-hand supporter." Here will be a fine flSld open to our young military friend, Brig. General A. _Hiestand GlatX, (to whose untiring ex»rliou8 our friends at York are surely indebted for the appointment of that place for the State Encampmont.) to distinguish himself as a military man and a gentleman, and we have no hesitancy in Raying "he will do it" ; joe, we know he will ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

ri-AOWN MILL—We have »A'kK~&hMMWt \^_k^^> 1 Room a large Flour and llxfflg _ABMH can furnish Flour by the sinfElel_^M^^«l| fK_^K barrel, or fifty _barrels Jb^/flfS_^^Bi?! W_^_V' _Oftts by the bushel,_^ mUl<P i_^r _Jtet; ifeVlfa '% _WJB Corn, Oats, Ship«^ f «nd _W^^&f _^l *B_» I ' - HK way* on hand^^_ah ,. % |^-ieA f M l_^_KRX Also _Cracked_'Wbi_^^d Gral_^_g _J\ _™,1-_^^B £ \ _TKWEJRY_^A!a _rgeind _ft^^ASiTM _*_SM O _^mW_^ f_»te ap ' . _g " _^ best i_«et^'_4_tf;«_p_^t1_^%_^; X^|S_^ l_^_T.V JBB Gor. _Norfc Queefl"ifc&& _CentS.J12* *n _*'H . »^i _caster JPa, Our pric*, _^ _mtM_* _^HRMt M- _^K_^ * goods warranted to-_^j_^l_^_BBB _^ fe eoldD _l\ ' -Jiv can be ar&d _wiffi gJwHiK*-! ' _* *— li _^ _^_BW* _i can bis _bougW ' § B. L. T_^% i.|_Se ' tnstfJ _JHP>_Vas n_« a*. _NortjtHis«en-3t.? b& (xn'Mt _h_^k_^._ffiifWS?. _lloi Laniastcr. New glasses reatti_^ _t_£_. £_T_£n <7l Pi M_^' t at short notice. _hifin ^/ _*i_»...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

S. S. RATHVON, [Successor to F. J. KRAatrH.] Merchant _bailor, Draper and Clothier, LANCASTER, PA. A VAILS himself of this opportunity of anjf\ noundng to the citizens of Marietta and vicinity, and his friends and the public in general, that he has taken the old stand of the late F. J. Kramph, where he has been employed for the last tea years, and intends continuing the Merchant Tailoring _Ciethiug business in all «^_J I ts various branches, and hopes.that a Wk ' ..couraaof strict fidelity to hi9 patrons may Jljt.merita reasonable share of their confidence and support. In addition to a complete STOCK OF CliOTDISG ANTJ _Gentlemens _FurnisRing Goods, He will constantly endeavor * to provide a good assortment of French. German and American Cloths , Cassimeres and Vesting_^, which will be promptly made td Order in a _stHj_^ _stantlal and fashionable manner, or according to such styles " as to his patrons maybe most desirable. The Foreign and American Fall and'Winter Fashions receive...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 21 July 1860

New Summer _CrolA_^_x JUST RECEIVED AT THE _^T(m_^^ J_>. _J 3L. _gtiffrnJUadL _t_^L No. 61 Market Street, Marietta, jp. XUST opening, the largest arid be3t stock of ft Ladies and _Gentlemen's . DRESS GOODS EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET-. Black _Silksj Foulard Silks, Plain and Figured DeLaines, Shawls, Ginghams, Chalties, Calicoes, Tickings, Muslins, Checks _^ Table Linen, Diaper, Embroideries, &c, &c-., &.c. Black and Fancy Cloths and Cassitnercs, Silk and _Marsallies Vesting, Cottonades, Kentucky Jeans, Hoisery, Suspenders, Gloves, Cravats, Shirt Fronts, &c. All Kinds of House Furnishing Goods. Every variety of Sheeting and Shirting Muslins) Table and Irish Linen, Towelling, Ticking) &c, &c. Allendale and Marsailes Counterpanes, Flannels all prices and colors-, Linen and Woolen Table covers. Plain, Ornamental and Oiled Window Blinds and Patent Fixturesj Wall Papers, Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths. Umbrellas and Parasolls, Glass,...

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