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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

HEADY ROOFING Ready to nail down. READY ROOFING At less than half the cost of tin roofs.0 READY ROOFING More durable than tin. : HEADY ROOFING Suitable for steep or lat roofs* _WEADY ROOFING For all kinds of buildings, in all climates.: READY ROOFING Easily, cheaply, and quickly put on. Needs no coating over with cement after it is nailad down. READY ROOFING * Mad_«r of a strong woven fabric, thoroughly saturated and covered upon both surfaces with a perfectly water-proof composition, and put up in rolls ready for use—40 inch ¦ Wide, and 75 feet lorig. ¦ We also manufacture LIQUID CEMENT," l ) For Leaky Tin Roofs, ' Much cheaper and more durable than oil paint_._J ALSO * „ COMPOUND CE&ENT, _- For Leaky Shingle Room, which will often anvc the cost of a new roof. _, Saihple oi Ready Roofing and Circulars sen 'by mail when disired. • Favorable terms made with responsible parties who bW to sell again. * ' _READiT ROOFING CO., 73 JMaiden Lane, N. Y.

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

, PUBLISHED 'WBEKIiY • ' ; i. AT'_tfNE DOJJiAR'_ANDv A) _B_^_JMtfe, PA YABLEJ_®LADVAN£E. Office in "Grail's How," _y n _Fxpnt street, five doors East of jFlurf. _' s .Hotel. ir . . Singlb Copies, .with, _,or without} Wjappeis_,' ¦ _< FOU_^_jOENTSI ' • TJ ¦ Advertising ' Rat ' es : One * square (10 lines, or less} 50 _ctfhts for ttie first insertion'and 25 cfents_^or each _Subsequent insertion. " _^Prdfessionalt an3 Business caids, of six lines or less at $5 per annum.. Nqticcs-in the _heading coifumns, five,ccnts,a-line. jlVIarriages and-_^eathsp the simj- j le ' announcement, free ; b _. utfor _^ any additional, lines, five cenisaline. A liberal ' deduction made'to _pearly and half yearly'-advertisyrs. ¦ -! ' "' ' J ' ' ' " ' *_° c . _Having, just added a<c Newbtjry MouwJtain Jobber Press," together _yvj\h a large assortment of new Job. and Card type, Cuts, _Borders, *&c., &c.y to the Job Office -of «_35he 'jVlARii:T . T_3[AN,"<which._wJil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

EAGLE _GiVS STGVS WORKS, hi. D. BLAKE, 474 BROADWAY, N. T. C00KINO& HEATING BY GAS. No Dirt. No Smoke, No Smell. , THE "EAGLE" GAS STOVES Will Dotf, Broil, Roast Bake, Toast, Stew, and, Heat Irons, cheaper than Coal or Wood! I have on hand, and make to order Stovca anil Furnaces for Chemists, Tinners, Bookbindera, Denlisls, Tea _btorcs, Vulcanizing Stoves, Photographer's Ovens', &c , ai_\d Laundry Irons. Send for u Descriptive _catalogue.r I also inamirncturc Coal Oil Stoves, for Cooking & _llcatiug. Burns the common Kerosene Oil, and does the cooking lot a famil y for one cent per hour. IL D. BLAKE, bole Manufacturer, 474 _JJroadway_, N. Y. The American Advertising and Purchasing Agency receive orders for tho aboVe-named Merchandize. Bus. _Dop., E. Alvord. Corvesp. Dcp. Fowler & Wells, 3S9 Broadway, N. Y.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

BEGS leave to inform the public that he will continue th_^JVl'WE&_.LIQUOJitjbusiness, in all its branches. He will constantly keep on hand all kinds, ol " i*_n ; Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch Whiskey, Cordials, Lifters, Sec, . BENJA' MfN'S Justly Celebrated Rose Whisky, _ALWAYS OK HAND . < A very superior aZ_,JD_, RYE WHISKEY UBt received, which is warranted.pnre. 83= All II. D: B. now Ksks of the public is a careful examination of his stock and prices, which wili, he is confident, result in Hotel keepers and others finding it.to their advantage to,make their purchases from. 1 inv DAVID OOOHiRAN, ~ : Painter, Glazier,and Paper Hanger. TY7 OULD most respectfully inform the dt-Vf izcnsof Maiictta_;and the public generally that he _p prepared to do House Painting, "China1 _Glassing, - ' *v . Paper Hanging, _frc_,t ,, At very short notice and at prices to suit the times. 'He ean be-found! at his mother's residence on the corner of. _Cjhesnjit _aud_,Second stre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

THE COLUMBIA INSURANCE COJ , Of Columbia} Lancaster County, Penna. FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT. Whole amount insured, $2,604,435 68 Whole amount of Premium Notes, 255,931 4tf Bal. Cash Premiums, January 1, 1863, $2,120 31 Rcc'nta for _premjmopa_, less Agt's commfssions in 1863, 9,3S2 45 . Receipts for Assessments less Agt's commissions in1863, t ; 2,385 02 $13,S87 79 Losses and expenses paid J> _ni 1 a '1 l63 * > ' * 10 . 133 32 Bal. o f Premiums, Jau. I, " _18_W, 3,754 47 *: . $13,S87 79 „_. A. S. GREEN, Pres_^dekt, :_^0ftGE YOUNG, Jr., Secretary. MICHAEL S. SHU MAN, Treasurer. DIRECTORS : John _Fendrgh, IL G. Minich Samuel F. _Eoeilem_, Michael S. Shwnan_, , ' Michael S. _Shuntan, _s. c. Slaymaker, George Young, Jr., Nicholas Me Donald. Judmund Sperwg_, Amos 8. Qreen.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

JOJE-I2SI CKULL, ¦_JOPtc _udicaL _JfJMdtw, NO. 92 MARKET STREET, MARIETTA Takes _Jms means of informing his old cusfom _' ers and the public generally1 , that he'has re-taken* the old stand (recently, occupied by George L. _Mackjey,) and is now permanently fixed to'prosecute ' , THE'HATTING BUSINESS IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. * - , Having! just returned from the city where lie 'selected a large, varied and" fashionable assortment of eyery_.thing in the IIAT? AND CAP _pINEv aiid now ' only asks an examination of his stock'and prices,'before _purchasing elsewhere. Having also laid in a stock of. Hatting materiallie v/ill be enabled, at short notice, to manufacture all qualities—from the * "common Soft to the most fashionable Silk Hat. Kmployiug none but the best Ol workmen, and manufactuiing good goods at low prices, he _Jiopes to merit and receive a liberal share of public patronage JCy**Thc highest price paid for Furs—in tiudc oi cash.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

i _Cbojvdi_^_p A _^ B _^ c_^EEiLpR ._^ —,'What did j55ou .come _. h _. _ece_^_lai_^^quired! Miss Susan Diaper, of a bachelor frjeod, who made her a call when tho rest of tho •people werasgone' bni. v .; i _v*'I,came _toiborrow soinel matches,' he _iimpekly replied. _*, _-<\ t j • >t 'Matches M_»hat'»ft likely _stocy.- Why rdtin'tr you'make a'imatch:?!] I kniow what yonioam6ifor,'- _excbiimedrtbei delighted iMisd,<aB-<Bhe .crowdefl_?the old ' bachelor >into a corner, 'yo_^bameitottissand hug in»8(_ftlraost.to' idea-thj- b_^ you_^an't—^_ithoatiyaa ara ;tha stronge _r afid the Lord knows you are!'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

JOHN E_$LL., Merchant Tailof, Cor. of Market-st., and. Elbow Lane. ' Marietta I .' » * i _« i.- •» * j /"_^ RATEFUI/fojG p&st f fayq*^s I would.retuir \JTmx thankjBtomy_.mimerousfrieodu andpatro'_nd _aiitf'inform themf that I slillc'dntinu'elthe old _' bufflitess'nt the ©14' standwhere I will, be pleased to see them at, all times , and having a _uUlJ and _tfrlendid assort ment of' » CLOTHS, CASSIMERES ft _l_^ESTI'WQff_, _wliich.wilLbe made up to order at the shortest notice by the bast oAvorkmen,'and on _^ iuasonable .terms, I frould'bepleasedytffcrefore, to wait upon my-oldf _customers _apd all who see proper_^ o patronize me'hereafter. ' _f OcL29-'56.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

fig* A preacher _^ ofs,_mainntoll|ct, de» "pending mo_'re on ' the no we r of ii%anctimoniously _loYig face fpr a passport _tnroqgh life, tharf Tor any _lmporiflrit _mifss_'S. i) 1 _% •>/> %¦;• '.. ¦ _atiftf tedtmM_? gpod he coald _^ accom_|5li8h, reb _fi^^^ Brother for his sbqial fices_^o_^_, " _anff_^_fe hdp_£ somewhat fnf_^lo.os.' ec_^ riy _ersftt_^^_- _^'Bro_^her_,' ho replie? d,_^fS! lepp (fr| y;_Sl sense for *ho fi _reside, while " you _glyo y«_purp for_.tb_^ pu_^t.' • ;( , . • ; ., »

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

MARIETTA' MARBLE _YfRtt* micnaerGable, Agt.,, . .- , . • _- MARBLE . MASON AN0.8_TJ_1NE _CUTTER Opposite the Town,Hall Park, " _&. Marietta, Pa. ' S ' -_'_Rra THE _tMarblo business, in all its branches, will bo continued* at "the* old place, near the Town'Hallarid opposite Funk's _CrossJKoys Tavern, where every debcnpUon_. of marble work will be kept on band or made to order ' at short notice arid at very reasonable prices. ; Marietta, June 29 ,1861. ' , ,. 49-ly '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

A MERICAN HOTEL, J\_ PHILADELPHIA. Located on Chestnut street, opposite the OLD STATE HOITSE, and inclose proximity to the-principni Jobbing and Importing.Houses, _llanks, _Custom House, and places of amusements. The City Cars c_»n be taken at the door (or within a square) tor any depot in the City. The House hat been renovated and refittea. WYATT & HEULINGS, * ¦ ' ,_; • ' PU0PBIET0B8.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

\TT?NE AND LIQUORS. Yf Superior Old Brandy, Old Rye Whisikcy_, Holland _Qin, Old Ma_^cria, Lisbon, Sherry and Port Wines. _, Pittsburg WKiskey _always bn_^hand _at.'the lowest iriarketi prices. * _jVery Einc_. Brandy _a_^ a very low _fjgure. ' ' ' ' '" J.'R.f DfFFa5JN'B'A0H. !Mirft«t-sf. • ¦ TO LANDLORDS! ' .rust ' iccoi_^cd_^Scotch and Inah W -U I«• tC _Ji j_£. &,: warran-?»-.l _uniP. nf U, _J)_A ])(})] mm"n '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

(_pr An English'mafrledladj ' Tiais cbn'¦ _sulted_' "]^ la*^er '! 'oil ' the question whether, _haVicg_; _married ' her husband fojjhis mon_^, a _^ _ud that money, beiug all ._^ept _^ _sluj j _is not _ii widow, and _al liberty to marry _acraiu. _Do_^_ision _reGorvoo.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

mag . 'GUM CLOTH OVER COAT _ia the rf? _£_*%be . 8tthing out for wetweathei_>-uot Oil-C oth_*-but something far-supenor :_^Xarlaated not to _shrmk. Call and examine thctfa 47 l)_lVJ>l£NliJ.CWS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

^~ WINES & LlQUOfiS. . jIe. o. benjamin rBWlji*™***! _MAlEtt IN. WINES & LIQUORS, Picot Building, Marietta, Pa. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

General News Items. California is importing molasses from the Sandwich Islands. A man has been arrested in Fittsburg for enlisting an insane man as a substitute. A daughter of Madame Lagrange, the well-knowji singer, has been married to a rich Russian prince. A father of nine children, named Day, and living in Wesley, Me., lost seven of them within two. weeks by diptheria. It is shown, by the most reliable statistics, that there are at least 4,000,000 Germans in the United States, one-third of whom, 1,333,000 are Lutherans. Upwards of six thousand watermelons were sold in Pittsbarg on Saturday, at prices ranging from twenty five cents to one dollar. Four hundred and seventy-eight Swedish emigrants, principally miners, have just arrived in Quebec, on their way to the Lake Superior copper mines. The citizens of Pontiac, Illinois, have subscribed $277,000 to help the municipal authorities in the suppression of the illegal sale of liquors. New York and places east are coming d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

_fS* Some leading abolitionists of Boston have addressed Gen. Fremont, speaking of the dissatisfaction existing in the Republican ranks, and advising that the Baltimore and Cleveland nominees Bhoulo1 both withdraw their names as Presidential candidates, and that a new convention be called to select a new candidate. They say: "Permit us, sir, to ask whether in case Mr. Lincoln will withdraw, you will do so, and join your fellow>citizens in an attempt to place aa Administration in power on a basis as broad as the patriotism of the country and its needs." General Fremont, under date of Nahant, August 25, replied at considerable length. He _eays he doeB not feel at liberty to withdraw his name without consulting the patriotic party who nominated him, but suggests that a direct effort be made to obtain an immediate understanding between the supporters of the Baltimore and Cleveland nominations, in order that the friends of both may coalesce and unite upon an early day for holdin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

Their Conditions :—The interview between Col. _Jaquess and "Edmund Kirk" with Jeff Ban' s, informal as it was, ooght to pat a stop to the silly twaddle about an armistice and peace on terms mutually honorable and satisfactory, which forms so large a part of the stock of trade of every coward and copperhead. The last words that Mr. Davis spoke to Mb visitors were, "Say to Mr. Lincoln for me that I shall at any time be pleased to receive proposals for peace on the basis of our independence. It will be useless to approach me with any other." We thus have the alternative plainly presented, peace and disunion, or a continuance of the war till we can conquer the rebels and make peace on our own terms. Every sensible man knew i t before, but now that it issues from the lips of the rebel president himself, there will be no farther - excuse for the ignoring of the fact by the greatest fool or knave; and hereafter when a man talks of peace we shall know that he means disunion, for that is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

fir Livingston, the rebel spy, was executed at St. Louis, on Friday last. The Democrat relates the following incident : "At an early hour the jail was visited by the inevitable Elizabeth Mund, the superstitious Swiss woman, who is afflicted with a 'dancing of the heart,' and believes that she can be cared by sucking the blood of a man who has been hanged. She implored Marshal Coff, with tears in her eye (she has but one), to allow her to enter the jail yard and obtain a few drops of Livingston's blood. The Marshal, remembering her violent demonstrations at the execution of Hansen, told her she would be allowed to come in at twelve o'clock, when she could get as much blood as she wanted. The vampire departed, promising to be back punctually at twelve. When she returned, however, the execution was over, and, for the fifth or sixth time, Mrs. Mund was disappointed."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

$3_T An engine explosion took place on the Philadelphia and Erie railroad, on Wednesday last, by which five or six lives were lost; amongst whom was Mr. Joseph McConnell, the engineer. Mr. McConnell was a Mariettian and leaves a wife and three or four children in this place. Mr. McC, was always regarded as an excellent engineer, but for some time had abandoned railroading. We, in conversation with Mr. McC, only a couple of weeks since, remarked to him how he could resist the good prices paid for engineers. He replied that he had seen so many terrible accidents already, bat had escaped injury go far, and now being off, be believed he would never again take an engine. - We had scarcely missed him from town until we heard of his sudden death. His remains will reach his home here to-day.

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