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

8_^" The new stamp duties took effect on the first of this month, and it concerns everybody to know that all receipts for amountB over twenty, dollars, and all checks or drafts at sight, whatever the amount, mast have a two-cent stamp. Several changes' are' also made in the other stamp duties.

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

_^" A private letter says Hooker is a fine lookiug man dress him in a citizen's Buit and you would pick him out for n General. Sherman (great as he is) you would net select for a good second. lieutenant. General. Thomas you would think a well-to-do farmer, were he not in uniform. .

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

-: 8iS* It-is understood that the sentence of the court-martial in the caBe of Surgeon General Hammond is,1 that he be suspended _froisi his rank and pay for .three; years! Major-General Wallace has been ordered to resume command of the Kjghth Army Corps. _'

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

r 6" The Washington hotels are going p to charge four dollars per day this win t _J|H_^ app y are the men who don't "* _^^_f_^8Dd the wi '?t _? r in the cit _J.of _^ _r T_$ff_®_$_&_$ai _distances and unequalled

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

_®" The new stamp duties went into operation on the first instant. It concerns everybody to know that all receipts for amounts over, twenty dollars, and all checks or drafts at 6ight, whatover the amount, must have a two cent stamp. ,

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

IgT " The Lady's Friend," for Septem ber is out. The steel engraving, ''Blind Piper," is fine, but the double fashion plate is superb ; by the way, we observe one of the ladies on the plate wears the much-talked of high-heeled Russian boot.

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

& The New York • • Berald, hereto' fore a strong advocate of Gen. McClellan for the vPresidency, has turned the cold shoulder to the "young Napoleon," aad concluded that he is not "available. "

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

'CF'Tbe-'<Clifton House, on the Canada gidoaVNiagara Palls, has been purchased byi John T.vBush, late proprietor of the International, ¦ for _^50 ,000 in ' ' ¦ - Canada funds, i ¦:: ¦ ¦ ' .-,:- * •- ..

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

G_3* The German Catholic Church at Joliet, Illinois, was struck by ilightning on the 31st ultimo,: during the service. Five persons were instantly killed and fourteen severely injured, three of _whom have Bince died.

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

' ' /* " _SPTWnumber of rebel prisoners in Puf possession exceed 62,000, of whom _^00 are officers. It is stated that the )_bels have less than 30,000 of ours.

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

_i _«_T The _Emperor of Brazil patronizes in person an American circus company_, now performing in bis capital city; .; ,

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

. ' i T"— - ii .. _/' _*_T Flour _ia selling at $30.a barrel in la-; Utah ; Pork 50c; Sugar «1: * The _Musderer op Ellsworth.—After a lapse of three and a half years we have at last been officially notified of the causes which led to the death of Mr. James H. Jackson, the former proprietor of the _Marshall House in this city. In the inquisition paper returned to the County Court on Thursday last it is recorded that " at an inquest held at the Marshall House, in the county of Alexandria, on the 24th day of May, 1861, before James A. English, Justice of the Peace and acting Coroner, upon a view of the body of James H. Jackson, then lying dead," the jury rendered their verdict ' in these words; ''That the said James H. Jackson was killed , by an armed force of Federal , troops while he was"In the "" defence of his bouse and of his private rights."—Alexandria Journal. ¦ -,,, ¦

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

arms <£/orrr.?_portWTttc. letter from Sergeant-Major Kline. Head Quarters, 4_£th Regt P. V. V.. Camp before Petersburg, August 12 " 1864. Dear Sir;—Nearly every paper for several weeks previous to the late fight, spoke of sharp skirmishing still continuing in front of the 9th Corps. Various reasons were given for tbe cause, one of which was that we were to blame, another and a more plausible one, was that the negro troops belonging to the corps occasioned it. I could easily have given the true reason, but to have done so, would have been giving contraband information to the enemy. Now there is no louger any necessity for silence ou the subject. Nearly five weeks ago, Col. Pleasants, .commanding the 48th Regt. P. V. V. suggested a plan to the Commanding General for the destruction of a _rebul fort, iu our immediate front It was _considered over and finally permission given him and his regiment, to try the experiment, though at the time, very little confidence was felt ...

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

_Marietta, Saturday, August 20,1864. To ocr Patrons.—We are at length compelled to yield to the _prwssura of the times. We had determined not to increase our subscription price if we could possibly saptain ourselves at the old rates—this we find we cannot now do ; we have already held out _longer tbau most of our cotemporaries, ia the hope that wbito paper could not, possibly, get any higher, and yet it is going Up up) every week. Hence we are bow c _ompailfid to advance our terms to One Dom.ak and Fifty Cents. We purchased a lot of printing paper on Saturday last, for which we were compelled to pay twentgeig'_U cents per pound— the same kind of paper—in fuct _superior to it—wo formerly bought at tight cents,—but not only has paper advanced, but printing ink, typos, saponaiierand ail kinds of materials used in a printing office, over one hundred per centum. Indeed, we were assured by tbe paper manufacturer, a f_$w dujs _sin\e that, insidta of ten days, paper will be Belling ...

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

'_'"' S PE * C I A L _^ N 6 T ICES. • £3= Whose Dye is taking the place of ot hers? Christadoro_'s ! Whose Dye is the most perfect imitation of Nature 1 Christadoro's ! Who_^e Dye has been _analyzed by the best _ChemisWand pronounced _harmless? Christadoro ' s! Whose Hair Dye succeeds when all others fail! Christadoro's ! Whose Hair Dye has the _largest sale in the world ? Christadoro's! Whose Dye is shipped in the greatest quantities to the fair-haired maidens of Cuba, Mexico and South America? Christadoro's! Cnstadoro's tiair Preservative, is invaluable with his Dye, as it imparts ihe u'most softness and the most beauiiiul gloss and great vitality to the hair. Manufactured by J. _Cristadoro, No. G Astor House, New--York' Sold everywhere, and applied by all Hair Dressers. Price $1, $1:50, and §3 per box, according to size. _flm £_j " hat horseman will be without Dr. Tobias * Venetia)! Horse Liniment./ Tausto _- n; Mass., May 14th, 1860. Dr. Tobias : Dear Sir—During 3-5years...

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

_¦_ggk §>tes.! §tobd'l! m —-—: - _r fcJui. &fian-ciLeft OPPOSITE HARRY WOLFE'S. j _ifS the spas ' on for Stovi s is fast _approaching ' J\ I _woultl call the attention of all wishing : to purchase Parlor or Cooking Stoves, . • to my tars;e and well selected stock, which erri-- brnces th_» best and most desirable Stoves that the Eastean markets ' afford,'- and which were ¦ purchased carlv, which .will enable tne to dis' pose orthern advan'ageous'_.y to bu_^'erfi. . ' _Among the leading Parlor and Cook Stoye3 ' j- • ; are the jollov_^_ing: i _: - #j ( ' Parlor Stoves. Cooling Stoves. Meteor _Gaa _Ilun.er, _«Tiilleo, Columbia do Royal, Oral do do • Waver]r, ' Dial, _Wellington, Gem, Lehigh, Tropic ,Egg, ; CKarni, '- Monitor, summer Rose, i : Also, theVnlcah arid Siiniord's Heaters, a •^ very desirable article fsr heating two or four I rooiriswith very, little., if any, more fuel thun an ordinery pallor stbvfe'wouid'Cbnsuroe. Ranges for _.cookingj constantly on 'han...

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

Tlio O-l a/_tiz; IFo rr 37-. Formerly _Keessy's_, OPPOSITK MAKIKTTA. '"I_^HIS.old Kerry—one of the oldest _^:id most . _| aafe _crossings on the S_'usquehanna River—is now id charge of th? _undersigned, who has refitted the oid and built uew boats, which will enable him to do ferrying with safety and dis. patch. No unnecessary delay need be endured. Sober and experienced Kerrvrncn »hray;> cncaged. No imposition in charges its the following list will show : Farm _Wagon3, each $1:00 Horaes, prr head -.i,> Singl«? _liorse and rider, :2o Tuo-hoisf Carriage and two psrsor._s, 1:00 Uupgv, horse and two _persons, :!^O Foot Passengers, each. :\2 Stock of all kinds at the old char«c3. AH Lu'_/_gase over fifij- pounds, 2o cent* rei 100 pounds extra. JOHN ECK._EIIT. July 15, 1863. OSBORKT'S • Celebrated Prrparcd Java Coffee. Wai-ranted superior to any in the Market. IT is used by first-class families everywhere, and highly recommended for nervous _nnd _clyspcptic persons, b...

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

_^_- _^ WIRES & LiiJUBHS. Ht!. "I,"). -SiiiNJAiMIN, WINES & LIQUORS, Picot Building, Marietta, Pa. BEGS leave to inform the public t!_,at he will continue the W1NE& LIQUOR business, in all it3 branches. He will constant)/ keep on hand all kinds of Brandies. Wines, Gins. Irish and Scotch Whiskey, Cordials. Bitters, ire, BENJAMIN'S Justly Celebrated Rose Whisky, ALWAYS ON HAND . A very _surwior OLD RYE WHISKEY list received, which is warranted pnre. §3= All ff. D. B. now asks of tho public is a careful examination of his stock and prices, which will, he is confident, result in Ho tel keepers and others finding: it to their ad* vanta'Tt? to make their puichases from ) inv

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

LETTERS REMAINING unclaimed in the Post Office at Manetta " , Pa., Thursday, august 18, 1S64. Alliurn, Mis. busan Leech. _George - Beidlcr, Miss'h'_dllie C.Martin, Harr iet Coqke. Miss Ella . , Malony, Stephen Cainnm,-M ' icheal Murray, Ann Dean, Mary Moore, Mies Emma _Deniiisson, David Miller, Miss Elizabeth Frazer, _Hanry -'Roach, Inrad Franc _^ _^i _^ Annie Swentzel, E. W. Keller ' , Casper ' ' Shoniin, Mrs. Susan _Kanj,- William H. . " Souibeer, Mr. Anios Kolp,,Christian , ,VValte,r, Abraham _, Kilaebnrn,*Miss Dorah'Yost, _George 23= To obtain any oi thehe letters, the ' applicant mus: call for'At adverti*ed letters," give the date,of_, _tUia_* l_^_v anajEa_^ & ne cent for adveitisii ' ig. ' "* _i_^ v - ' *"* _, ABRAHAM CASSEL, P. M. - r\Mj LANDLORDS! Just received, Scotch J and _lrjsh ' _WamtfS M I ES \ warranted' pure, 3t H. D. Btnjaiwixn_\.

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

• MARIETTA MARBLE YARD. _Miciael Gable, Agt., .MARBLE MASON AND STONE CUTTER, Opposite the Town Hall Park , _* Marietta , Pa. " _fTTJf r V)UR Marble _business in all its branches, J; will be continued at the old place, near the Town Hall and opposite Funk's Cross Keys Tavern, where every description of marble work will be kept on hand or made to order at short notice and at very reasonable prices. Marietta, June 29, 1S61. 49-1 v DR.J.Z.HOFFER, DEMTIST_, i£3p5_k Or IHF. BALTIJiaUE _CoLLGf._l _QE _QJCTP _^ OF DENTAL SURGERY. LATB _' OF _^ rJARRISBUR( J. OFFICE:—Front street, next door to R. Williams5 Drug Store, between Locust ¦anil Walnut btteeis, Columbia. Tlie American _Walenes. i_^HE American Watches ate umons_* the best timekeepers now in use, and for _durability _strength and simplicity far surpass any other watch made in the world. H. L. If E. J. ZA HM Corner of North Quee»-st.,and Centre Square_^ Lancastei, Pa., have them lnr sale at the r«rj lowest rates—every watch _accomp...

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