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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

SUPPLEE& BR0,t s_^Ji_^^ , _;IRQN AND BRASS _^_HKtt < _1VO UNDERS ,_^_T And Qeneral Machinists,, Second ]Strqet, Belpui Union, Columbia, * Pa. , • They are prepared ' to make all kinds oT'Iron CaaUngsfor_, Rolling Mills and $_last Furnaces, Pipes, for Steam, Water _' and Gas; Columns, ' Fronts ' , Cellar _Doofo,l Wefgh ' ts, '8ccl .,_" forl) Buil-¦ dingHj and castings of-every .description_^ . , , _, STEAM. ENGINES, AND BqiLERS, IN THE MDST MODEBN AND IMPROVES i ' > i *¦ f n*• v • _« *>•' j- , i r " Manner; Pumps, Brick Presses, Shafting and ¦Palle_" ys,«Mill _bearing;1 'Ta ps, Dies, Machinery for Mining.and. _^Tanning; BrasB _, BearingSj Steam & Blast. ' Gauges, Lubricators, Oil CockSj Valves'for Steam, GaB, and Water; 'Brass Fittings in all their.variety; _Uoilera, Tanks, Flues, HeatersStacks, Bolts, _^_uts, Vault Doors, _Washers,' &c. " ' ' ' BLAOKSMlWHINQiK GENERAL. , From long experience in,building machinery _wi flajtt ' er ourselv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

Sons. of _Ministebs.—The Watchman and Reflector says, it is a sad fact that few _^ ofi the . sons, of , the ministers of our day have the pulpit in view. They study for the _othjeg.learned professions, - orenteTt different ._departments ) of_^business which , prbmisej _.woTdly success. ,, 'We _canicall to*mind;_Several;scares , of fin*youn g, >meny_»pi6uBJ and; energetic, not one >of whom has any thought of;follovwingjdnt'fche footsteps _^ofi ad honored father in the ministry,. , It used *to,i be quite otherwise.- *The family records of the clergy'in the last century _shoif. that a ' large majority.of Weir ' ,sons 'followed them in the ' sa&tecl/ffice! _, ' The " _^ change is a mournful ' _onef and argues ill for the 1 power Sf the _' p ' ufpit in the next ' generation. ' We fear it is owing oftea n to' ' ma. tern 'al influence at-home, and that many ), mothers secretly _rjajojee when,_th&irjsons decide to< >en.te< r.oth&r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

@" A middle " aged farmer and' his wife'were ' enjoyirfgan evening cpzily together, when the Conversation turned upon religious matters, as described in _^the " Bible, which the man had open be' fore'him. ''Wiffe,"8aid lU farmer, "Fvo 'been thinking whaf happy _society So)o' inOn must have nafl'in his day, ' , wj_^^o many wiveSj&c ._^ _as _^ is represented^!'*njde_^dj. _'_^rep lie_^ the wife, _§ 0_Beyljftftj||_ft <3d.» "_jou,.had better think _oC _ppBBethi_^g_^ei then., A pretty Splopao|i you w_^d make! Why, you. can't take _pi_^_per . care- qf one wife. _^ What a pretty figure you would cat , then, with a dozen wiV|s, t and all of them as_( spunky as I ami" S_1]he farmer silently, _to 'ok bis hat and ;went.{0irt: ! r; : - . V_/_w_^,_^6 Diah who popped the question \ yy _stajriiight _. got his lady's consent in a _^ _winkftnVr ' " _'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

* To1 Destroy House Plies.—It is per i-, haps not generally knpwp .that ._^ black _^ p_^Bper. no t red_._^e a -Ppippn _,f,0E_, _joaany .insects, ,The.follqwi _^g, _simp_^ jnixtu re is_,said to be the best _dja8tr .oy, erc of, the _^c qmmqa house fly e, xtan,t:— Take _^qual _prQportio_^of fine blackyjoeRrjer,. _Xresh, _grgun _. d _^ _ani_^sugar, say enpugjb of eac_^to! cover a ten cent, _apiece ; moisten and 'mik. well withia._^sp66nfuLvorJjm'ilkf(a Ht-UHq cream-is -better.;' )ofceep.tiha*>in_> your »rbbm_^_aod_^ 'it«will ;J keep down _< the', flies. )©neiaavantag©_iov,eDsoiheT.pbi86nisitha|t dfcibjuresJnothiBgielie ;*t» 'd another, that the flies seek the air, asp& heVafri.'diSJ _^iii the hou_^e_^_thrwtI!_aB _Wsnffitfife,open. ! lob_^ '^r_^ _tai?'_4_stofc&w& _^^_i gy W? _flWfifiettlS_'t_^aBtWIftl: /_,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

, — i -_^»_j^»- _1 - _^ _j. f_^_f Au armjj contractor was hung out west ' a ' shctrt _^ time _sinc_^. He .had [ Von" tract' ed so muchT .that it ' was thoughV ftd-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

/ General Mm Items. _( Tiff* old bell in the First PresbyterianX]hurcb of _Morristown_, N. J., was cracked a few days sinew, and has been thrown into tbe furnace to be re cast. It came from _England'some time during the reign of Queen Ana and mast therefore be a century and a half old, as tbe Queen died in 1714. The first church organization in _Morristown took place in 1714. , . jf Sen_^feffdowan, of Pennsylvania, is urged for the nomination for tbe Presidency by the Chicago Convention, by a writer in the National Intelligencer. Bon, Daniel S. Dickinson peremptori ly _declines to be a candidate for. next Governor of New York. M188 Hannah Jones, of Dighton, Mass. now eighty-seven years of age, walks two mileB to church every pleasant Sunday. She also visits her sister as often as once a week, who lives three miles from her residence. George Sanders, the rebel politician who got up the late peace imbroglio at Niagara Falls, was _oaid to be in New York, incog., last week. It oug...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

Friends and Relatives of the brave SOL DIERS & SAILORS. HOUOWftY'S PILLS & _ffiHTSfliSST A LL WHO HAVE FRIENDS AND J\_ Relatives in the Army or Navy, _' should take special care, that they be amply supplied with these Pilli and Ointment; and where the br»ve Soldicn and Sailors _bave neglected to provide _themselves with them, no better present can be »ent them by their _friendi. They have been proved to be the Soldier ' s neverfailing-ftieml iu the hour of need. Coughs and Colds affecting Troops Will be speedily relieved; and effectually cured by using these admirable medicines, and by paying proper attention to the Direction* which are attached to each Pot or Box. Sutf Headache and want o_/Appttit* _infidtnt to Soldiers t Those feelings which so sadden us, usually arise from trouble or annoyance*, obstructed preapiration, or eating and drinking _whatever is unwholesome, thus disturbing- the healthful action of tbe liver and stomach. These organs iaust be relieved,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

Ikgjatwtfe. r i - i -i_i «_r» _rE«~»~~*' — <* «*¦¦ — ¦ F. L. _gaker, Editor, MARIETTA . PA: SATUBDAY, AUGUST 27,1864 FOR PRESIDENT. ABBAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. ffinfon 3Blutatxl I&ltktt. SENATORIAL. MoxToir McMichazl_, Philadelphia * Thomas H. Cunningham, Beaver co. —— ..,- • • mm * _SBTilESBNTATIVB. ]. Robert P. King, ?13. Eliot W. HaU, 3. Gto. M. _Coatts, {14. Chas. H. Stinner, 3. Henry Bumm, ) I5. /oAn _Wtster 4. _WVa. if. _JTmt, 516. D. M'Conoughy_, 6. Bartin H. Jente_, 17. David W. Woods, 6. Chas. M. _Runfe_, 118. Isaac Benson, 6. Robert Parke. >19. John Pattern, 7. Wm. Taylor, 520. Samuel B. Dick , 8. Jno. A. Hiestand, <2i Everhard Bierer, 9. R. H. Coryell, • 122. John P. Penney, _11. _£_dtcrf. HaUiday, 123. Ebe_'zer M'Junkin , 12. Chas.F. Reed, J24. J. _JF. _BlancAard.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

_(_gr The state Legislature has been in session three weeks, daring which time it has been engaged principally in military business. A miiitia bill has been adopted, authorizing the Governor to call into service fifteen regiments of troops, cavalry, artillery and infantry, by draft, if necessary, to serve for three years as a State Guard, in suppressing Insurrection or repelling invasion. When organized, such portion of the force can be called out as an emergency may require and the Governor may order. Tbe whole body will be commanded by a Major-General and two Brigadier-Generals, to be appointed by the Governor. The pay, clothing, rations, Ac,, to be the same as ate provided for the National troops. It ia probable that a regiment or two will be constant. Ij kept in service. An _adjournment was brought about on Thursday.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

_Cif* Under the new revenue law, every bank cheek; whatever the amount may be, mast have a two-cent stamp attached to it by the person who gives the check, and cancelled with his initials and date. Also, all receipts for money dne, over the Ram of twenty dollars, or for the delivery of any property over that amount, mast have a two-cent stamp attached and be canceled. It has been decided by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, that at no person is required by law to give a receipt for money paid, the party demanding a receipt mast pay for the stamp; bat if no receipt is desired, and one is given, then the receiv. er of the money or tbe property is reqqired to attach the stamp; and if be falls to do 80, is liable to a penalty of two baud fed dollars. It is well, as the law is now in operation, that these facts Bbould be known by every one.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

0* Orders from the War Department direct that all. provost marshals have everything in readiness to begin the draft immediately after the expiration of tbe fifty days' notice already given by the President, and direct that enrollmont lists be closed and directed to the Provost Marshal _General's Department on the first of September, with corrections to that date, so that proper quotas may be assigned. / The Harrisburg Telegraph says that several citizens of Cbambereburg have beeome insane on account of tbe loss of their entire effects by tbe late rebel fire in that town. One of the number, a gentleman who had been engaged in business for years, was taken through this city, a day or two ago, for one .of tbe eastern asylums. j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

Tug Bio Gun—We see it stated that the 20-inch.gun recently, shipped from _Pinqhurg Eastward is oow lying at Philiipsburj;, New J«r?ey, just ncrog-* the Pennsylvania linn. On its journey it has progress^} but some thirty _milus per day, an_<1 is now _awaithgthe strengthening of some of the bridges along the road _lests its enormous weight Ehoald crush one or them, ia which event it might be extremely difficult to lift it out of some deep stream or gorge. The gun ia said to be upside down on the trucks, and that two men sleep directly under it to prevent it being spiked. To our mind tbe two men had better "stay awake" beneath the monster, else while they slumber the pun may be spiked.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

Eating Meat in Summer.—A celebrated New York physicion says that, commencing with May and ending with September, be restricts the members of bis family and all hia patients to two ounces each of animal food per day, re* questing them to use freely during the summer mouths tb» vegetable products Nature _lavishes upon ua ho abundantly. Me has kept, during twenty years or more, a record of the mortality in tbe families of those who followed his advice, and estimates the deaths in the meat eating families as about four times more numerous than in the households of those who curb their desires for animal food _daring the summer months.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

fp p Lady Franklin, the widow of the _historic Sir John, is said to be a violent Secessionist. A few weeks ago she gave a grand dinner to tbe prominent Southerners and sympathizing Britons in London. Since she has thus _sho wn her _prejudices, amusing stories are being told at her expense. On dit, that she disliked Sir John, that her bad temper drove him to the polar seas on the expedition that proved fatal to him, and that she can't forgive tbe American Government or people for fitting oat an expedition that might have proved successful, and brought her hasband back tn'lifl*1 -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

4_$vTbe dwelling-house in which General Hamilton lived has just been taken down, the last of the old residences in. the lower part of New York. It was a three-story brick _house_, and a very genteel one in its day. The marble stone steps down which Hamilton walked on the morning that be left home for the bloody ground of Hoboken, where he fought with Burr, ate all that remain of this once celebrated edifice. Nearly every passer by clips off a bit of the marble and bears it away in commemoration of the great man whose sun went /Inam in _hlnrtd

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

_jgr An officer in the 39th Wisconsin Regiment, stationed at Memphis, writing to tbe Chicago Tribune, speaks with a good deal of common sense of thf practice of answering matrimonial and "wanted correspondence advertisements" by soldiers in the army. He warns all young ladies with any self-respect to be ware paying any attention to them. Ladies _foolish enough to respond should know that their letters are bandied about the camp, subject to jests and sneers neither complimentary nor fit for print.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

49" When Farragut was notified of the surrender of the rebel ram Tennessee, he. sent an officer off to receive Buchanan's sword. On learning of Buchanan's wound, an officer asked Farragut if he would go off and see him. Farragut looked along his decks, strewn with dead, and dying, and _mangled com. rades_, and red with the blood of others who bad fallen and been removed, and then replied : "With these brave men before me, killed and mangled by him, I consider him but my enemy. I want nothing to do with him."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

Meadb and Bubnsidk.—In alluding to the difficulty between Generals Meado and _Burnside, the Providence Journal «»y8 t h_« latter. bf>in_<r the subordin8t«\ j>rHtY>rN_*'i_, us* h«» _ulwav? _doi_»B. to sacrifice himpnlf miht-r than in Htiibarrass thu army in the _fittld by nny controversy. He tendered his r»'si_^natinn. which _fJeneral Grant refused, and also refused to relieve bim. General Grant then offered him twenty days' leave of _ahscence_, by*virtue of which he is at

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

er The Bon. Daniel S. Dickinson, who has been solicited to allow his name to go before the Union Slate Convention of New York, as a candidate for Governor, peremptorily declines to do so. A short time ago he was offered a responsible appointment by the President, which he also declined. This distinguished _. Democrat thud pointedly disposes of the cbargas made by hia late party friends that he gave his powerful support to the wur for the Union, only in tbe hope of obtaining offiee.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 27 August 1864

SJ_$* Preparations are being made to build, at Cape May, a large and elegant hotel. The site selected is west of. the old Congress Hall, has an ocean front oT one thousand and eighty feet, and contains about thirteen acres. The ground cost forty thousand dollars, to be paid for in the stock of the company. A novel feature of the hotel will be a bathing-honse where invalids and others can at all hours command hot, warm or tepid baths of pure eea water.

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