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

THE HAVANA PLAN. LOTTERY [MOKE PRIZES THAW BLANKS.] Is drawn every Saturday. Capital Prize, $70,000. Tickets, $8. Halves, $4. Quarters, _«6 _, CITY PLAN LOTTERIES Drav'n every day,*in which you can select your own numbers. Ticket? -from $•! to • any price, and prizes in proportion. - ' " ' _' EVERY PRIZE JES DRAWN. , Circulars: containing fall explanations of our Schemes, etc., will be forwarded by mail to any one sending ' us their name. • All communications strictly confidential. In, ordering Tickets or Certificates enclose the money to our address for the tickets prderedj on receipt of which they will be forwarded by the first mail. The list of drawn nufnbe ' ri and prizes will . be sent to . purchasers immediately after the drawing. The official drawings are .published'in._tlu New .York Herald. Orders received and prizes cashed at No. 55S Broadway, New-York. Direct your orders to •L. A. HODGES, AoertjN. Y. Cit y,, OR, HODGES, DAVIS % CO., MawagerSj Macons Georgia. April 7,1860...

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

DR. G. W. WORRALL, S V ft &E« N- D EN Tl S T, market street, _adjoinino 'cassel_' s store _bTa_^wtta, jpa. ; , •¦ "••- OFFERS his-professional services_^to the public and will be happy to wait on all who _£2e£_& may patronize him. Dentistry in all _^_WkliSX its branches carried on. ^**-LLLlT Teeth inserted on the most approved principles of, Dental science. All operations on the mouth performed in a skillful and workmanlike manner—on fair principles and reasonable terms. Having determined upon a permanent location in this borough, at the old stand, would ask a continuance of the liberal patronage heretofore extended to him ' ; havfrfg_^Btudied under a celebrated graduate-ol the Philadelphia College of Dental Surgeons_, feels confident to bo able to lender satisfaction in all branches of the profession. _^ Refers to Dr. R.L.McClellan,_*. D. S. Dr. H. B. Dunlap, D. D. ?• F. Hinkle, M. D. . J.. H. Grove, M. D. Smith Armor, M.: D. XS" Ether administered to proper perso...

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

THE 6 RE AT BOOK." _Helper 's _Crtsis ! This bookwhich has been s« extensively advertised in the Halls of Congress, can now be had for 50 cents per copy, at HIN.KLE'S. , T>UGGY and Sleigh BLANKETSof various J3 styles and at much lower prices than the same grades were sold last fall. Spmgler Sr Patterson. _TTENTIOJf! Housekeepers. Anderson J\_ has just received. Apples, Oranges_^ Lem.-ons, FigSj Dates, Pruens, Citron, Rasins, Currant», &c., &c, Fresh and fine—cheap, and cheaper than the cheapest at Anderson' s. SUPERIOR COAL OIL. Just received_*r Dr. Hinkle's Drug Store, a very superioarticle of Kerosene, or Coal Oil, wnich is wars ranted pure, and is as clear and transparent at burning fluid, and free from smoke or smell. GOAL OIL LAMPS: Just received a new and large assortment of new-style Coal Oil Lamps—superior to anything now in use, afadcheaper than they can be "bought in town ";.: GROVE- &¦ ROTH.

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

No _tin the lime to buy Very Cheap _ai The _Walnut Hall Clothij_«o Store, Market Street, Mari_^&LJPa. MILLER & SNYDER h&V&iiMceceived a large assortment of all _kutaJrW j&ew and Fashionable Clotl^^,x ' ' And Gentlemen's Furnishiijjj&g&Otoi _f generally, all of which they will SjpjL&t prkci to suit the times. Walnut Hall cafilo% 6_fter the largest and best assortment of -^' 3¦:._!., ¦ READY-MADE CLOTHING_^ _rj_^ this side of Philadelphia, and being _thukfu] for past favors from bur numerous friendTan d customers, would respectfully ask a co ' _nw_^ia_« _tian _^f .tRe same. All kindi of clothing mnnuftctured _fpUny style desired—fashionable or plain, * _», ¦ -. i_^"All kinds of Cutting done at _tkorfmtiii SAMUEL D.MILL_^ flS ¦ ANDREW m_*n_*SZ_> April 14, 1860. * r • ¦ _JSB_^.

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

SAVING purchased of Mr. Crull the stock good will and fixtures of this well known1 lishment, I hereby inform my numerous friends, and the public {generally that 1 am prep '_ared to supply their1 wants in the HAT AND CAP line at all times with promptness, and at as reasonable rates as any establishment in the Union. Having had 5 years experience as a practical hatter, .and being in-the receipt of the latest "Reports of Fashions,_?' and having facilities for obtaining good* direct from the East in 4S hours; ¦ by strict attention to business and a desire to, please, I hope, to merit and receive a liberal . share of public patronage. P. S.—Having disposed of my establishment to George L. Mackley, I cheerfully recommend him to the favorable notice of all who desire au edmfortable covering for the head." In retiring from business I extend my unfeigned thanks to my friends for _theAfjtrpnage so'liberally bestowed to me and _hopCTfPwn6 may beextended to my worthy _sacamttatX . JOHN Cfijp&...

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

A_~ STOVES! STOVES!!. STOVE*!!! 1(_Sg> STERRETT& Co., Marietta.,, Have perfected arrangements with Philadelphia foundries by which they are enabled to sell all the latest and best improved COOK STOVES at foundry prices, freight only.added. Air-tight Gas burner PARLOR! They desire to call apecial attention to this very superior and handsome "Gas Burner" as being the most complete and economical ever offered to the public. ' They have also a large variety of Gas burner Room, Fancy Canon, Radiators, Air-tight and Nine-plate wood and extra heavy old style _CanosStoves_, foi School Rooms, Stores, Shops, &c. Coal Hods, Screens, Shovels, Pokers, _£c Odd Castingst GratesFire Brick, Sfc_, furnished at short notice.

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

ibi Alexander Lyndsay_, M FASHIONABLE BOOT Sf SHOE " _^ _MANTJFACTUEER, MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN. Would most respectfully inform the' citizens of this Boroug h and neighborhood that he has the largest assortment of City made work in his line of business in this Borough, and being a practical BOOT AND SHOE MAKER himself,is enabled to select with more iudgment than those who are not. He continues t« manufacture in ' the very best manner everything in the BOOT AND SHOE LINE, which he will warrant for neatness and good fit. JCf-Gall and examinehis stock before purchasing elsewhere.

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

T AMPSJ LAMPS! SHADES, &C. Thfc JLj _'_uSaSi'signe'd has received _another lot of Fluid and Coal Oil Lamps, and Lamp Shades of every variety and price. Call and see them at Dr. Hink ' le?s Drug Store. TO LANDLOjRDS!: Just received, Scotch anfftfish' W HIS K I E S_, warranted pure, at-II. D. Bcnjamairi's. * _iT_^B _CTCERIES: A _primr Groceries 1 _Tr just received and foj sale cheap at _^ .; _^ DIFFENBACH'S _CHefy Store-ELtAWt SCHOTTISCHE, _ebftpoged for _°the Piano", by Miss Annie E. _J.louseal_, at Grove tr~Roth_% Market-st. 1

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

1-5_ATDIES _REMEMPBR. —That a large, lo? _^Sp lendid Shawls and _Dws»«'Cfeodr, of %very grade to suit the grave 'and §ay,hawfciuit _bfseii placed upon the counters of _Sjpawgljir £ Pat-PERSO_^ j No_^_JSejM_^ct-st; "- ' _ " *" dSflf ^**m* _*t < as3_ortuienii h

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

Gco. It. Jflacldey_, ' _] Bm | ™y M_4&UFACTUREBi. MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PEN1_*. _"

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

XTTALL PAPERS- — We ha_^e received our " Y_^f~fiecon d_7supply from _^ the _Ntw York _agd Philadelphia _raamrfactdries, Purchaseis can rely upon the newest styles, wbieh will be _eoldf unusually low. at J. R. Diffenbach's-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 18 August 1860

1 From Hall's Jourrialof Health , f ' % _> P*o- *>J _IcerWater. . .., . h _t_« If the readet is down-town pr awa__ -*f' i_^ S_^^B from home on a hot day,_and feels as i If _fl|^ it would be perfectly delicious to have \|_pjPiB aglass of lemonade, soda-water, or brandyt_« _~_jF _*w& t<^ toddy, by all means let him resist the T **a _^ , .. .., _4 _i , K *Jvcsto temptation untilhe gets hdme, and then j _gjrowin;; take a glass of cool water, a swallow at _p, ^>J , <¦ " a time, with a second or twoib.tery.al be- f p; tween each swallow. Se.yc j^\._$_otewojv _\jL f_^-i thy results will most _assug^^ 'te^^ir _^ „,_JjjJ After it-is all overyou ! ^*/ 4 the U3C of i_4 > jfe_^1 ' • * ¦ ¦ ' _%ji#»e public of its ©fleets as well from a annk of wl _^a t. A man o_* wohad enjoyed a free swiff ofl "_$_fif usir > an _^bJ'a .. I ' _^ «e" thehairwill others - _K lj; at least this In ten minutes after yo« ¦ ill* erreat deal better 1 ¦ BLiifv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 18 August 1860

[From the New York Life Illustrated.] A VISIT TO THE SHAKERS. BY MRS. GEORGE WASHINGTON WYLLS Should you like to drive out to the Shaker settlement this afternoon ? " This question, from one of the kindest of those kind friends whom our lucky star has been good enough to provide us with, throughout life, touched the hidden spring of curiosity in our inmost nature. We had been in Albany a great many times and heard legends withont end of the _Niskayuna Shakers, but we never had penetrated into their domains. Here was the opportunity at last. THe drive from Albany—about nine miles-_^Is delightful: a smooth road, lying between green meadows and fields of ripening grain, while in the distance, the splendid chain of the "Helderbergp Hills" are outlined sharply against the horizon. Here and there a faint blue peak, scarcely discernable from the soft atmosphere, betokens the presence, beyond, of the gigantic Catskills. Just on the verge of the settlement the road lies through a g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 18 August 1860

Treatment of Drowned Persons. I. Send with all speed for medical aid, for articles Of clothing, blankets, &c. II. Treat the patient on the spot, in the Open air, eiposing the face and chest freely to the breeze, except in too cold weather. III. Place ; the" patient gently, on the face (to allow any fluids to flow from the mouth.) . IV. Then raise the patient into a sitting posture, and endeavor to excite respiration : __ 1. By snuff, hartshorn, &c, applied to the nostrils. 2.* By irritating thethroat by a feather or the finger. 3. By dashuig hot and cold water alternately on the face and' chest. -If there be no success, lose no time, but "V. Replace the patient on his face, his arms under his head, that the tongue may_^fall forward, and leave the entrance into the windpipe free, and that any fluids may flaw,o,_ut of the mouth ; " then 1. Turn the body grad _ually but completely on the side, and a little more, and then again on the face, alternately, (to _induca i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 18 August 1860

BOROUGH* _l _urRess_, S vmuftl D. Miller, -4 Burgess, Peter Baker, I ¦!! , _Thotna_* _SttweTia_*-F. Trainer, I ' _UbharV * I •_''"*> Tb_^ _Uieatand. J_»w » Joh _* A«xer_^ . _ ' _»,_"• of Ta_^es, _WUlflM 0 Child, Jun., lK'r <^ Taai fs » >' t' de&Jk L - B»ker> mS of tht Pewe, £ „ _jLel ,D. Roath. v _*i n< _Con*''**. _FtanklW _K. Mosey. _vKJTom, Johnlt. Goodni|b, E« D. Roath. |r|«or, Samdei _Hipplei_^n. _JP_%l Dir<CtorS,[ John 5a? JabhartP_»91-Tf. _»oi_»thjri>,aillr J e7c. A. Schaffner, _Pec_« _, John k!. ¦Kii er._lAaron B. Grosh, Fjp-s4_r* 2 _I_*L1 Tl_?1 _^0 Kl _> 1. m e_*W Tue«dav a _SSfifc_m _fs _"l11 dew a_\ _^ »* _»? »n _* iyBKi_?. I1Rl *^«w_^ih *> _an?;|rS_«f; ill _^_attoa. m., JR0 *_fM _2%« «W-i rh« mail train for _PhU»*> % %t u_^Xrat t.66 in the mojil, 3_^%f 1_^_iit _SS_5ttll_»te at _U._3_|4_he dprnM1 _£™ _HirAiburg aC _" COIBnioW| elt, pj_^l _Jf41JJ5D«?ftnd rcturnsfcaog wftt, _aWt*' _^ K «jur4, _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 18 August 1860

A Visit to. and Ramble over "Ohiokie_* Rook. " Climbing up the _craggie rocks Something antelppee, Sometimes rending flimsy frocks—Then again quite mopie. Sitting on the _slipp 'ry graBS Plucking tiny flowers-Then a little farther pass Seeking shady bowers. Monstrous "_antymyera " biting—Then a rustle snakie Starts us off in fear a "kiting," Panting and quite qualsie. Then * cloth, upon the grass Temptingly is spreading Withihe spark'ling " goosewine " glass Near where we are treading.1 Out upon the cloud capt rock See us oft advancing, Seeming danger just to mock While we are romancing. Emma lays her down to sleep On bold nature's pillow, While the fretted waters weep »Neath the raging billow. Mrs. D-—— is m_«ving 'round Gathering burrs etcetra—Lizzie makes a sudden bound Flying from some danger. There's Miss Mary making wreaths Froir the Chestnut bower, While Miss D—— quite gently breathes, Under Morthy_. 's power." That old lady ia the van Ever laughing, chatting, Like a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 18 August 1860

One of the Families.—-There is an old lady and her daughter living in Newburyport, the' latter fifty years old, who have not.been off their premises for 30 years, until Saturday last,, when they accepted an invitation to visit Oldtown.— The daughter was never inside a _carriage before, and upon entering she turned pale, trembled, and grew faint at the prospect- b . efbre her, but was finally pre - vailed on to trust herself to that conveyance instead of her feet. They stopped in full view of the Eastern railroad, .and three trains' passed near them : this was the first and all of their' railroad expe rience. Neither of them, before had'seen a car or had the least idea of _^ a steam engine. The appearance of a train struck them with terror, and the old lady, who knows, the Bible "like a book," though she is not so weel read in modern literature, said she believed it was. an invention of the devil and had he en Bent out to seek whom it might devour. She_^ had some fear that it wou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 18 August 1860

SEEK YE A BRIDE. 1 Seek ye to win a wrnsome bade Your coming years to _shared Whose kindness wins, whose virtues beam 'Whose smiles resistless are! Win her not with flattering tongue j Dim not her glowing heart With jesting-, coarsej'br wily words, Or praise of studied ait; Thus oft we=find We taint a mind, In native virtues ' rich $ A guileless heart, " A little art,' •Mav unawares l)cwitch. And wo to the mortal who_. dares to stain_. That drop of the spirit divine, _Bjfrnature bestowed, _* by Heaven'ordained; «*Jn the. prl» of the blessed to shine." Win her by those noble ways, That will tespect secure; And not by aigha and love sick lays, And honeyed'words allure, . . . Noble then thy wooing, Nobje as the ' prize is,high; Win her bv thy actions bright _^. Win her b_£ thy J_£ye of right, _Py thy _Jteal in mercy's name , - By thy praise on other's tongue_^ (Songs of self are-too oft sung,) By a voice more prompt to plead, By aspiration's which will shed - " Glowing honors o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 18 August 1860

TILLAGE »Tis folly in Ihe extreme to till Extensive fields, and till, them all: The farmer, pleased, may boast aloud, His bushels sown, his acres ploughed; And pleased, Indulge the cheering hope That time will bring a plenteous crop ; Shrewd common sense, sits faughing by—For when maturing seasons smile, ' " Thin sheaves shall disappoint his toil; Advised, this empty pride expel,. Till little, and that Ktf_^_weU: Of taxing, * fencing, toil, no more Your ground requireswhen rich than poor; And more one fertile acre yields Than the huge breadth! of barren fields. Neat he your farms: 'tis long confessed The neatest farmer is thesbest:, Each bog and marsh, industrious drain, Nor let vile balks deform the plain; No bushes on your headland grow, For briars a sloven' s culture show. Neat be your barns, your houses neat, Your doors be dean, your court yards sweet; No moss the sheltering roof enshroud, Nor wooden panes the windows cl oud, No filthy kennels foully flow, Nor wfedaswitk...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 18 August 1860

JS BU&eKd EVERY SATURDAY , BY &m*Lck _&. _MsJu* , Ar«|]R)OLLAR PER ANNUM, ' HBLE IN _ADVAWCJE. i_^_UBLjKoN OFFICE in the second sto-T^^_Vs Row, on Front Street, five flOars Edi_^_Kfrs. Flury' s Hotel. Mabiext._*, _^akcast_^RnxyPenk _' a. K _su_^_scift_^_Hbe not paid within six months, * 1.2S wi _»barged, and if delayed until the ?xpirawMthe-vear, $1.60 will be charged. Any potato Biding us five new subscribers sh«n tftoKgixth copy for his trouble. t<o stibscgrjtB received for a less period than six moi _tlflind no paper will be discontinued urn aft Arrearages are paidunless at to* opti tJtf the publisher. A failure to notify a <i _rdUinu&nce at the expiration of the term su| imbed for, will be considered a new _entfagen w Overt* m Rates: One square (12lines, or less) pents for the first insertion aud 25 cents (or sach subsequent insertion. Professional a) [ Business cardsof six lines or less at #3 pef annum. Notices in the rea...

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