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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

Ideas of John Quincy Adams on Be_^ demona. Some t*_entyifite _yeafs ago, John Quincy Adams wrote a series of articles on what he termed the "Misconceptions of Shakspeare upon the stage,? ji-con one of these papers * we, make the following extractf . "We never _CSli syiripathize much with _iJesdemona or with Lear, because we never can separate them from the esti-> mate that the lady is little less than a wanton" , rttid the old king nothing less than a dotard. Who can _sympathise with the love of _Desdemoaa ? the daughter of a Venetian ftofeleman, bora and educated to a splendid and lofty station in the community. She falls in love and makes a runaway match with a blackamoor, for no other reason than he has told her a braggart story of his hair breadth escapes in war. For this' she not only violates her duties _toier father, her family, her sex, and her country; but she makes the first advances. She tells OtbeUo she wished Heaven had made her such a. man, aud informs him h...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

From Life illustrated.] WOMAN'S DUTY. Daughters , arouse! _Uis yours to strike The lyre that's yet unstrung, To chant the theme, in future years, By poets yet unsung* A nation calls _yoiif gentler aWay-* Your milder, choicer cafe, And will you coldly turn away, And not one burdeu bear 1 Nay, mope in idleness, or dream Some fiction for the press; Or weep o 'ei what hath never been, Some -lover in distress ? 0 what is time, that you should waste Its precious moments g iven , Or what is intellect that tastes No sweet draught sent from heaven! The God that many worship here Hath never reigned above, His devotees are far too dear—His scepter is not love. He Stands upon the pride of birth, His armor but a shield, To cover up the empty worth His vanity may yield. Mis church" is but a costly dome, Where fashion reigns supreme—Where opulence dan only come, And luxury may dream. And must this be? lrltlsl Freedom's sons Submit to Fashion 's sway—And know no road, to honor won, With laure...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

_6ossip : One of our beBt exohauges, New York Life Illustrated, thus discourseth on "Gossip :" Of all the nuisances that infest society, the gossiping nui» sance is the most unbearable. People that want to know what time you eat your breakfast, and what you" had to eat _~wlio watch from behind their blinds to see Avhenyou go out and when you come home—and who are as much interested in (he color of your wall-paper and the pattern of your curtains, as they are in the Italian war or the latest news from Europe. If they would stop at this point, y _conrp j they are not satisfied trntil they have picked your character _and _fsHings £0 pieces, with tongues sharper than thorns. We wonder;if they ever paused to consider h'oW much time they wasted in this nonpaying employment. "It is the least part of wisdom," says soirte one, "to speculate on the petfcy defects of every-day people." Only suppose for a moment (hat every time we feei inclined to criticise our neighbors, we should just tur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

IN BOWERS GREEN In bowers green The rose, the queen, Receives the homage of the breeze, Who plumes his wings, And odors flings Which gathered were from orange trees; Thenwith a sigh " The breeze doth die. The butterfly Comes flitting by, The rose her wealth of sweetness brings 5 He has his will, He sips his fill, And _tWen flies off on perfumed wings ; Leaves, as he goes, A scentless lose* A maiden bright * With heart so light, A pdet Once with rapture loved } But she preferred A gay young lord, yVho ' played _awhile, - then careless roved j -Utiflpbe! betrayed ! A4agj|Bp_4r maid i Bab* Lost akd_^_oostd. Quite an interesting _sceao tooiffilaxteat the Tennessee depot, under the following circdmstances. Jost before the time of the derpart are, a "darkey" came running down the platforttt Witua-baby—yes, a live baby —in _hia arms, calling out, "who's lost a baby !" "Who's lost a baby t" No one clairaing the _dariiflg of its mother, our ladies car exclaiming, in quite a melodio...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

BOROUGH _CW JtaW», S«n«el D. _Mtller, JohnCTulU Thomas Stencc_, Ed. P. Irainer, "S^^ Hicstand. "SSftU* _SSST'TI* Post Office will _jp.m., andarnve-»w * ~ -• _—_-' - ...,, •"&_? w5ss«^ _' _^ ciose at ioji0 a -m< _- _^^_'_^ _¦ _•_Utf fbwJ- _' The mail train for _mBswmi _. eomxnodation east, passes at 4-86 JT- m. ana wtarns, going west, at _yBjtg_^ be had on _JSCSSStSfiSS_^_aSi

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

Terrible: A few days since, a Miss Ana Maria Martin, a daughter of Mr. Mr. Thomas _Martio; of Portsmouth (N. H.) died from the effects of a singular wound received on _Satirday, when a salute was fired from the yacht Zinga.— _Esoeating a display-of fireworks from the Zing, as she was coming in, a large number of people had gathered on the wharf. A salute from a 2-pound cannon was fired on board the yacht. Tbe wad was of Waste cotton, and of course was very dense; and, _althoirglr the muzzle of tkegira was judged to be depressed far below the wharf, yet, being pointed toward the people, the wad struck Miss Martin _. broke several steel hoops iff ber skirt, aa-d one of them cat a fearful gash across the lower portion of her bod j' , allowing the intestines to protrude. She was taken home as soon as possible, though the bystanders had no idea of the nature of the1 terrible injury she had received. To soBve who crowdedarawiA

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

«||t fflttty _ilarotthm IS PUBLISHED _iTERY SATURDAY , BY &fiede_+Lck _<£. /_gjctktt _, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IK ADVAHCE. T>tJDLICAT_10N OFFICE in the second sto-K_^ _XJ*?^' ft gw_. f» *V»i* _«f«rf, five four* East of Mrs. Fhiry*s _MtML _MaweVta ?1.25 wUl be _eharged, and if delayed until the expiration of the _yeaiv ?l.fiOwUf be chwged AnT???011 »enojpgu» five new mibscribera abi»U have & sixth copy for his trouble. No wbMription received for »less period than • ix OTOBtbB, and no paper wiU be discontinweo unt il sir _aneararea ,&ran&ia. nni_«K «* the option of th_« publisher. Afailure to notify ft QWCOntinuar_^ce at the expiration of the term _jubacribed for, will be considered anew _engagement. _Advemimho KAMs: One square (12 lines. or ku) fiO cento Ibjtthe firet insertion and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. Professional and Business cardsof six lines or less at $3 per annum* Notices in the reading columns, fix*...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

Trouble in the Pope's _iRrTH_^_BjitEALlJ ¦—The London _TtmtwL_^pfe fe_^ ra rj|^| from Kome _whicft _sfetes thaW_^_Sr disturbance _Iip_^_leiJr pTacei _anytfyv the Ir_'ish bffgao_^ Iff Cousequence_^_iB discussion as, ia. wio were the b_,e_^j_£^|B olics. "Whe_* an armed _^ force _was_^iH to restore order 8_ojto_,df .thein _^ threw5 13 furniture out of|^e^^_2ws; 6n_« Iris!. mm _%_*&_4>i_#_v &gBm&_^ &mih •„, court mw_^W_^_tsiS_^ftj^^^ Uf, _allpw theiejitBj^^_oJH) exflcH_^s-_*^ ¦ ¦ ... v _- " _* _Srti_»i»'. _t ..t ., • .. ¦ * ' .iii A Bad PPiav-jyyjj liiiiiljJlC'_"1 """_1 _'1 '"I W_^sm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

fpbs 0{ §prlntwk NATIONAL. PresidentJames Buchanan, of Pennsylvania. Vice President, John C. Breckihritige, of Kentuekyi Speaker of tht Howe, Wm. Pennington, New _; Jersey. Secretary of State, Lewis Cawof Michigan, Secretary of the Treasury, Howell Cobb, of Go-Secretary of the Navy, Isaac Toticey, of Conn. Secretary of WarJohn B. Floyd of Va. _Secretary of Interior, Jacob Thompson, Misa. Postmaster General, Joseph Holtj of Ky. Attorney General, Jeremiah 8. Slack, of Fa. Chief Justice, Roger B. Tauey. Associate Justices, John M'Lean5 _Jaa. Wayne * John Gag-on] Peter V. Daniel,,Sam'1 Nelson, Robert C. Grler,. Johd A. Campbell, and Nath_«n Clifford. STATE* Governor, Wm. P. Packer, of _Lycomin_^ to. Secretary of State, Wm. M. Wester, of Berks. Attorney General, John C. Knox, Tioga. Surveyor General, Wm. H. K_«imof Berks. Auditor General, _Thosi E. Cochranof York. State treasurer, Ell _Ullfer, of Union. _r itvperintevdent of Public Schools, Thomas H. fiurrowes, of Lancaster. _Judges ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

COUNTY. President Judge, Henry G. Long. Assistant Judges, Alexander L. Hayes, Ferree Brinton. District Attorney, Emlen Franklin. Prothvnotory, William Carpenter. _Xtiorter_, Anthony Good. _Jletrft er_* _iohtt Joans. ¦ ¦ . . cZmtvTremtrsr, _tflichael ». Shirk _SA«HJf, Benjamin F. Row_*. « C^*VV <_fr*Tt*r ****** _Gwrr, _Sam ' l Evans. Ckrk of Orphans' Coufi, C. L. Stonei. roroner. Levi Summy_. _„ _w , , ' a_* rk« Peter G. Eberman. " . itoSSaV******1 . Bot)crt _$_r_* JIT13 Sn«cher;Daniel _Overholtzer, John Huber, & _GrohTDavid Styer So|icitor^«mw W Altxanaer. Clerk, Wm. Taylor_^ _^a&assrui o. i_^ .-..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

Mother Snake.—A mammoth _saako has terrified the good people" of Wendell, Massachusetts, to an indefinite extent. The person who first saw it says that when his vision fell upon it, it was standing With its aead fafsed ' from the gronnd at least sis feet,' that his snakeship was at least eighteen feet long, and as large round as a man's body. Its appearance was so formidable that he was afraid to _attack itf and when it crawled away its head raised1 at least three feet from the ground. Others have seen the tigly thing, _atfd given _chase with guns and dogs, but "'without effect. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

' _Ta* Fast or Ab.—On Sunday, July 29th, the ninth day of the _Hebrew month Ab, and the anniversary of the destruction of the Temple of Solomon by Nebuchadpeazer,- and of _tbe _destruction of the Second Temple by Titus Vespasian, was celebrated by the _Jsrealiles - everywhere as a day of fasting. _ — ^•Miss Oh'arlot'te Gushman _fs '# West Point ou» YiBit to Mr_'_aod _' Mrs-feolow.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

Goos_? for the Germans.—The city of Milwaukie, Wis., composed of threefourtbs, Germans electftr| jiyiJiiuvi_#lftiV ym _[_elTp ' CUPERIO_^^^_Sa_^^^ Crinoline in Church.- A _corjg« ent Of the London Thne9 _^ _jfflRH( 1 beg yod will aI1°_^ii^^^^^ ?amft half k 8D m^«^^_jb from which I _wJ§£e n "Jgf ! iei.th !f$_& 0* relief. _Ladies_^ption to , *nd without ing Divine _worsh_^ «*«- 1 *&&& * hired out to acc_^W James ' £°ar .c ou 'ar , _^i *^* ««. ?iiP<m_'s) I Lr _K3 P lration ... . _ Win, inereiore, nov ,_g| _^. aoiurion of all jb * I myself, rent a couplf. RheJm _* Medil ish church, which I attei_^fi _iiujd GOU/'in h _* i my- little daughter. The _tfi^"fl a ; -nm8tio n tented by some neig _hborslM_^p_^j^^ handsome, well _dressed) goo<FwRening the women, against \9h0m I have _•ad- -j,en _^e!i to say, save that they attire their _ty _JLfor th from the waist downwards _io a mm*!!!'1 a steel-ribbed _appatsitas, like a _caB umbrella ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

A- - JAMES KfimAW ATT OKNEY A T LA W-, N6.207 South Sixth Street, [BEtOW _WAXWOT t i_^_OoOections promptly attewtea ia __ G_«FICE :-No. ,24 North DujcpS_^et, _various b»&ehes> -., * k**r J 'V_*F&_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

Cll_^_iStopbeir B-auer_.v P A.PER HANGrEB, Near the Lowe* Station, _Makbbw_^ »„_ Who _determined that bis work _Bhall be _^ wejl _S_^^_if _c»*jii! _" Rt _taodetaA_^&ucej. _Uive him a trial.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

CLIPPINGS FROM OUR EXCHANGES. Of twenty thousand persons who ap- plied for enljstmentin the United States army last year, only eighteen hundred were physically qualified for admission. The average number of candidates accepted is one to every nine who apply. The Webster Times says a widow has just moved from that town, who has, during her experience in housekeeping, removed from one locality to another twenty-four times. The receipts" from pew-rent _^ alone in Rev. Ward Beecher'_s church, Brooklyn, for the present year, will be $30,000.— At Starr King's church, in ~ Sab Francisco, the amount is about $20,000. The Great Eastern will realize a profit of $70,000 by her trip to America. A newcounterfeitrfive dollar note on the Farmers' Bank of Schuylkill County has made its appearance; The census returns in one of the upper townships of Northampton county report fifty living children in four families. The Philadelphia papers are quite as vehement as the New York press in the den...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

_g_^_ThirtyrOne members, constituting a_^majority: of the late democratic convention of Dauphin county, have published a pjotest against the irregularity of that bod y* charging Mr. John Haldeman with partiality,<and alleging outside ruling. It will be remembered that the convention adopted resolutions favoring a straight Douglas electoral ticket, and opposing any fusion. . , _fa_^Hon. Garrett Davis, in a letter to Geo. D. Prentice, excusing himself from attending a Bell ratification meeting in Louisville, has the following four-line personal sketch of the Democratic candidate: "Mr. . Breckinridge is a gentleman of good talents, of fine manners, and of easy and graceful elocution. His habits are intlolent_, and his _attainments . and though. ts are ' superficial. He is cool, cautious and selfish, and yet a fine,boon companion. . 6g°"Wa: termelons are becoming quite plentiful—every hour or two weobserve a canal boat passing in front of our office with a " few on board." ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

C LOCKSWATCHEStfC, SfC. "GSI v The undersigned would take this _jpy_\, - method of informing the public that he^»_jK is still engaged in the Jewelry tin _liiftjioii Market street, next door to Jas. M. An _i_^m_^ Confectionary, were everything in his linml_, be carefully and promptly attended to t&j§§|} * ! reasonable prices. He has the celebratedV<«»h - Thirty-day Equalising Clock, _^i Clocks of all kinds, Watches, Jewelry, Mu& cal Instruments, Fancy Articles, &c. ' "** _. JOHN S. STICHLER. . Marietta, July 28-3ms _» -_^ • Liberly_^^^^^ Stove WO RKS _^ AND HOLLOW-WARE FOUNDRY,?- PHILADELPHIA. ¦' * k BBOTT & NOBLE, Manufacturer*<tf.p _/\_ most approved style of STOVES qf _vcoe description. B3=sampe and sales Roo_^ts&i No. 238 Water Street, New-York_^ « .A. No. 410 Brown Street, Philadelphia. -s fCS" N. B.—Send for a Catalogue. [9afc > tH. L. &E. J.ZAHM m_, . _> T> ESPECTFULLY informi-flieir Jf\ f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

riosities of the New Census of *:¦ >^ _iosities census are appearing. _f ' * • ' _iH1 _Honae in the sixth ward, Philadel-^s * '_^_k; .contained 13 .families, numbering ' _^ _lllV^'1 In New York; 246 houses ? |_£** \opulated by 856 families, which, •• ' ©^_ft '^_O_^ge of five persons to eaph, _" «J&Mfi?£lh>' ' _* population of 4,280 persons * j_£_^->_a n _^_S_^._^onged district, especially as _> .' ' _H_«_kcffl IH_^W te-bo*veoiSB4e*^« ' • ^/«,_itthI 3w«8_eA4_^PBiiadel phia • 2 _gfsr_^ivGWmS_' -moxS': tb,an,'3G ifamilies. ' /** ' « _^ew York, one building, 25 feet by 4-:_*E§ffe. 1,8 a residence of 1,157 people. In a _^ _« _3P| r.abip in Cheater: county,,Pa., one _£*^_HpWe is inhabited by three insane per-I s ' _fflj_^_HviPg toge ther, and no one else re-I "_^ * BBS_^rV"¥r _*t _^ _*^enl * ' ¦ l _?_k e ;_R?*_9 r P8 _-sa y_» "ia _~ I* * "*!!!; * m Brief-" . In* th« fourth ward, _jK _T_^^ladelpbia, there is one.woman aged °-W%Z _*+~- ———" * " ' _^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 11 August 1860

-Jfy - fe_^ §1 Mk fmtdpiwes W. _fa iiHr 11 not N<mteaU ' ?? _<iMim< 4BPSy ro !?' 1860> _wSf ' ¦ >7 •'_* / V _fl_^KcinnrnE County. ;/ .* - Jm-*——M:¦ ¦ '* - ' _„. .. ¦ . _J_^_flptilflftiice _Joshua _ftnw candidate % , _S_^._^- — >\ _^ f _^f_^r _fc * for ' .'%£'* '_: #fa _i2_M_^J«ct to the decision _^ * V _fS^^onvention. fs* "5*^* _j^^BW tborized _" to . announce that * * _jiL K _nd pe JEwiU _*e * candid * te _for the ¦ . _qKj _Crf _Hjmfcnotary, before the. Peoples ' I'l_^Br_^lf >^fcrr~~r ~^~' - : ¦ - I _ifl_^BWi/_jl '_^r SBt onzed to announce that I 'W_^Bf _^ f/ ''_^S_^B' °f _Lancaster city, will be |- ja_^_W _*': _^e _JWfthe People ' s County Con-;5 -w _^#)r _iw 'senator - - * _' : ¦ .

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