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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

..' ' _, _igjg* A coachman_^ ef aristocratic proclivities, advertises for a situation, with the proviso that "none need apply who ' havV not kept their ca_^_riages over three years." _,A _^it at shoddy* . .,,. ,-

Publication Title: Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

.7.' , _» "_*- ! r_^: _'¦" v j 1 igJ_£- Why is tht_»'l_^tter Q _lifee wisdom ? 4ns. —Because it is the begining of greatness and goodness. . ' . - l* -iiL! ! * _£¦ ' ' ¦ ¦ " -"'¦

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

_j_^ Why is the letter _U like the"end _, of time?- Ans.—'Becausdttis 'tie- b_^ ' _gioing of eternity. . ¦ " > _> i • »* * ' " ' ' " ¦

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

_^r Ptejudicesare; li_^e; rats, '_^nd a man's _Tnind like a' _^ trap"; they get in easily, and then perh&ps can't get out «tali." ' ' ^; el"'• ¦ ¦" ¦¦¦:* '

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

_IgT Why is the letter. D like a fallen c _^_angel,? ' _Ans_^Because by its as_^qcia_^ r ¦tio _' n jwith.evil it becomes a,jievil_^L_^. j- ,

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

@T ,Why do hens always lay in the day_^ timeff Ane.—Because at night _^hey_.beconxe roosters. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

' GST Our best friends are often those*1 ¦who tell us of our faults.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

Poor Richard's Reasons for buying Unite d States Securities. The other day we heard a ric h neighbor say ne had rather have railroad Btocks than the U. S. Btocks_, for they paid higher interest. Just then Poor Richard came up, and said that he just bought some of Uncle Sam's three years notes, paying seven and three-tenths per cent, interest. My rich friend exclaimed, "You ! I thought you had no money to buy with." "Yes," said R\chard, "I had a little laid up, for you know it is well to have something laid up against a wet day, and I have kept a little of my earnings by me." Now poor Richard is known to all the country round to be a very prudent and industrious/ and withal, wise man; for Richard never learned anything he didn't know how to make use of, and his wisdom and prudence had become a proverb. So, when he. took out his savings and< bought the notes, more than one was surprised, and it waa no wonder rich Mr. Smith asked why. So poor Richard, in a very quiet bumble ...

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

General News Items. On Tuesday evening the boarding house of Mrs. Shaffer, in Altoona, was struck by lightning, and a young man named Clark Milliron_, instantly killed, and Lizzie Williams, daughter of T. J. Williams, of Louisville, severely injured. Both persons were on the back porch taking down clothes from nails on the outside of. the house. The fluid came down the side of the bouse, and passed over the entire person of the young man, coming out at the toes of his boots. Dr. John Kitzmiller, or Pinegrove_, Schuylkill county, a successful coal operator in the Lorberry region, met with an accidental death on Wednesday last. While attempting to adjust some of the harness he fell, and the horse starting, Mr. E. was dragged a considerable distance with his head down. He leaves a fortune estimated at a quarter of a million of dollars. A Washington Telegram, to the Harrisburg Telegraph says that Provost Marshal General Fry has concluded to reverse a former decision in relation to t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

_$g" In consequence of the ram on Sunday last, the scholars of the M..E. school _.wjjjU repeat their pieces on Sanday morning and evening next—to-mor row... , ,. . • . . . ; ¦ ; • : . (_$~ In consequence of his inability to obtain, a. suitable room, Mr. _Clawges has-been compelled to abandon his project of opening a select school, until the coming spring, when' he will be enabled to secure one of the public school rooms. _13_F We would call attention to the advertisement of the Farmer's _anA Gardener_^ exhibition, on, Thursday, next. We are promised something very fine. We hope to see a large display, and hope also that it will not be confined to the fruit growers, or business fruit men, but that every individual who may bate anything to exhibit! will not hesitate to br_|ng it, forward. A mistaken feeling of pride has prevented many .from exhibiting what they may think not so fine aa sQme others may have; this is a serious, err,or-?bringr anything you: haTe, and; show, thereby, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

T" ETTERS _REMAINING unclaimed in the JLj Post Office at _Maiiettn, Pa., Tuvrsda y , September. 8. ,1864. . Aux, Miss Mary Lead, Len. Esq., . . Beecher, William Leimbbugh, Jessie Hilling, John Neil, Adam " ' Burger, John • Otto,'Mrs. Elizabeth 2 Fistfer, Mrs- Amelia _Quigley, _James Greenblpt, Henry _Roberts, Joseph Guise, Mr. George Smith, Mrs. E_. " , Gable, Mr. Israel Stonner, J. K. ' Hall, Miss Clemenda Shumaker. Granviltc Knight, Mrs. Mary _Stejjer, John Leedj Mrs. Addie Spangler, Mrs. Sophia Lead, Peter Smith, Miss Mary S3" To obtain any of these letters, the applicant must call for "_advertised _letters," jjiye the date of this list, and pay one cent for advertisiug. ¦ ABRAHAM CASSEL, P. M. ~ \ ' « J\ T _.TENTION ! SPORTSMEN !! ft Eley's Gun Caps, Eley'_sIGun Wadds, _J£ Dupont' s. Sporting and Glazed Duck Powder ; Baltimore Shot; Shot Pouches, Powder _Flasks, &c,,,at. > JOHN SPANGLER'S. "VTOTICE.- Public Notice is ' hereby given X1 that my wife, Mary Gruel, h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM _LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE_^RESIDENT, , ANDBB W J 6 _HNSpN, OF TENNESSEE. _r®nititt _BSIictwal: _Qtitfett. ' gENATOBUL. , Morton _McMich a el, Philadelphia, Thomas H._CoKWiNGiiAM, Beaver co. . ' : ¦' " ——;—i-^—¦»? ' ¦ —'— _; KEFBBSENTATIVB. , .J. _Rpfart P,King> ' ?13. Elids TV. Hall, % ' Geo. M. Coates_, jl4. Chat.,H. Shrmer_, 3. Henry Bumm, >15. John Wister, 4. tVm.H. Kerny 16.JD. MfConaughy, _$. BartinH-JenkS _t _U.7. _. David W. Woodsy 6. " Ghasf. 'Mi-Rank _^ <18. Isaac Benson, ,6V Robert Parke. I ? {19. John Patton, ' 7. Wm. Taylor, 520. Samuel B.Dick, 8. Jno. A. Hiestand, «2l. Everhard Bierer, ) f9: M. H. _Povyelli < I Hi.iJohn P. Penney, IT. Edw ' d. Uailiday, m.,Ebe'zer M'Junkin, 12. Chas. F. Reed, \^. J:W. Blanchard.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

_(_S* Mr. Benjamin, Davis' Cabinet Secretary, has publiilied_^S long statement of the interview had with Mr. Jacques and Mr. Gilmore, at Richmond, in reference to peace. His statement is nearly similar to theirs, but he says that Davis declared that the separation of the Union was already an accomplished fact, and that he had no authority to receive proposals for negotiation, except by virtue of his office as President of an Independent Confederacy, and en this basis alone must proposals be made to him. This _Bhuts out all prospect of peace by negotiation with the rebel authnritifiH_. •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

_ilic_^iiticttiiin. F. L. _leaker, Editor, MARIETTA. PA: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10,1864.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

_®- The Secretary of War in the following official _gazette, states that two hundred thousarldnien have already enlisted, and that three hundred thousand are to be famished by the draft: H© further _Btates that with one hundred thousand more men Gen. Grant will be able .to end the rebellion before winter, and that the balance of the troops raised by the draft will be used to garrison the forts, and take care of the guerillas. Words cannot add to the emphasis of this announcement. It should aroqse the nation. " •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

@- Col. Philip Herbert, of the 7th Texas cavalry, died at Kingston, Louisiana, on the 28th ultimo, from the effects of a wound received at the -battle of Mansfield, April 8, 1864. This is the former member of Congress from California, who Bade himself notorious in the winter of 1857 by the assassination of an Irish waiter at a hotel in Washington city. . At the outbreak of the rebellion he cast-his fortunes with the rebels, and joined a Texas regiment, in the command of which he received a wound at Mansfield which finally proved mortal.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

_^g" A correspondent Boston Traveller from Franklin Co., Mo., relates the following: A young woman of a respectable family, a neighbor of mine, raised with her own handa about half an acre of tobacco—^that is, she did all the work on it, except breaking up the ground, and some assistance in cutting and carrying it to the tobacco barn. For her crop she got over $200 a cwt. for the best oflfr; and probably not less than an average of $40 for the rest of it. I presume she netted considerably more than $600 for that half acre. •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

_flT A letter from the Army of the Potomac says: Captain Newberry, who commanded the 12th United States infantry, was captured, and known at the time to _bs unhurt. On our men recovering ground which had been lost, he was found mortally wounded, baying been shot through the body. He says that a rebel officer on finding that they were being,driven back, took a musket from a private and deliberately shot him. He lived long enough to be taken to the hospital, where he shortly died.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

jf_$* The draft will begin first in those places, which are making the least efforts to raise volunteers, so as to give the pi aces which are : trying to fill their quotas without a draft as much time as possible to , dp so. The payment of 'bounties to recruits authorized by the act of July last did not cease on the 5th _inet., but are still continued as they were before that /day, and volunteers will be counted on the quotas up to the latest possible moment. . , . : .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 September 1864

: _@* In retaliation for the cruel usage of our soldiers who are prisoners in the South, the Administration has ordered that no luxuries be allowed the prisoners in Fort Lafayette and other places; Col. Burke, of Fort Lafayette, has inter_, preted this strictly, and no communications or presents' of any kind of food are allowed to the prisoners in his charge. This does not apply to the rebel priioners only, but to the political prisoners arrested in the North.

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