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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

_^Tho. Toronto Committee for the reception_^of the "Prince of Wales are in a fix. They proposed a grand ball in his honor, at an estimate cost of ten thousand dollars, and for a fortnight past the subscription paper has been handed round. When the Committee mot on Thursday evening to complete arrangements_, it_, was found that instead of'ten thousand dollars, only two thousand had been subscribed. _igjrThe giftod though eccentric "Tom Marshall" has been delighting the people of Poughkee.psie and Milton with his lectures on Henry Clay and Temperance.

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

;- ^""Kossutli, with tbo few" remaiDing members of his family, was • in Paris at -last accounts. . It is said that the illus-J s_£rious Magyar felt koeftly the- death .of Sis si3ter, and that when he read the account of th,G attention and respect manifestod by the gentlemen of Brooklyn at her funeral, ho wept and exclaimed—" Oh, thattheir people were my people, and their C-od my God." From some mysterious source Kossuth receives quarteffy"i_0r,o6o, the accompaning note indic 'atitt_^ sim ply that it is from a friend in _AmeViea, and that it is intended for his personal expenditures,

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

Curb fob Ague.—Tha following &-gflS ing the rounds of the press: _Jfttm, tbam the season for fever and &$fte_^$E'4gail approaching, we de.«_ttf _it _of^^of. bM manity to ptrblisb tbe follVw_^g £££_!p« for-its cure, _tcJbich has bee_^ _iepeaitedl resorted to _wikin the circle _?f our _ewL quaintonce with _invariable _socce_^. lm is Bimply to pound ap, for af _g««ih», _Jerl son, say four ounces of _fraakittft_^_nn_^ _fnw_» sew it up ia a black 6ilk bag, -wfrU&iBW ¦»orn by the _patient _fteat _xUBH_^tqulf pit of the stomach. We Coo_^_raliS flitted to try this simple remedy_^ l_^M

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

The Hermitage Hotel r _. • . , ' _jgiQW cr Jlailroad Station , Marietta, Pa. Jl_^_JIE undersigned would most resncctfiflty \^*ii Sotta. his friends and-the public-that he _lia* leased .theabove named old and well _, _kiMJWO hotel, and is now prepared to accomdjipdutc all who may feel disposed to patronize r>$)iHi being determined.to leave nothing undone (_jln, _feia part ¦ to merit, and hopes to receive, a -«hare of public patronage. (Soot Stabling attached. ' . WILLIAM JOHNSTIN. ' ,v _^arch 10, 1860. . : _^PC'GY and Sleigh " liLA_^JCETSof _various _jTl styles and at much lovrfcr prices than tlic _^ wucgrft'ltd were soM l»»t lull, ' i Hunni'lci " <fr PulU-nw.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

Onn_/_rmEtf Lost in the Woods.—The llornellsvnlo (Ohio) Journal states that three young children .of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Uowley, of that place, went into the woods on Saturday last, to pick berries, _without the consent of their parents, an5-wandered about until lost.— Not returning before evening, tho anxious parents, in1 company with nearly one hundred others, started for the woods, and succeeded, in finding them. When found,-the two youngest were sleeping_, and the eldest, nbifeyet ten1 years of agp, was upon her knees praying. ..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

_$_gfDullards areito be kept without the pale Of -West Point,, as the Commissioners have determined upon a rigid exainiuatiou of all future aspirants for/death and _flory. . ,- -¦ ¦ • •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

Two tons t)f wlIortleborrieB were received in Chicago, on Tuesday last, from thu Wt&ern _tvmtf yfMiehitfa u, - .. Progress os, a_«Liberia Settlement.— The Rev. John S.eys; writes an interesting letter from Liberia_^dated Monrovia May 12, from which we/q&ote the following in relation tothe _^ neStQwn of Carysburg: " ¦I/have bgen quite recently on a, visit to Carysbujfg.' 1 Mrs. _Seys < accompanied me and was dolighted with the place a'nd people. They are improving there beyond our most sagiiuine _expectations.— Already they*have a population of 401, and number 107 _dwellings, including the three belonging to the American Colonization Society: There are three schools in which 10,8 child _ron are daily taught,£he rudiments of a sound English education/ The 'Methodists and Baptists have good congregations and two _corfimffdious frame churches .are gothg up to take the places of' the thatched houses of worship in which they have held 'their services. .Two f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

CLIPPINGS FKOM V _EXOHANGES. Signor Alberti \ 0) husband of ' Madame Jessie WhiV ariOj has been appointed head of thel ioaal College of Palermoby _Garibm ' ' ¦ -"- —"' _i «_'" _^"The Saratoga _Nefc s the following obituary _announcemf _jfr# Charles Burr died at his resioj j n this village on Tuesday eveningle inheritor of wealth, he was of an e<_4 ric disposition, and for years prefer_^ committee appointed by. the c_« to take charge of his wealth. Gen*ana Up. right, he was generally respjLj/ His ago was about 70 years. \ New York ha3 voted _altefcjy for the Democratic and OpposiuL aadidates for the Presidency for_» pasf; twenty years, viz : For Yan » n,.in 1846, General Harrison in 1840,«j _{ u 1844, Taylor in 1848, Pierce «52_, Fremont in 1856. ., » •_>: :-'v: _- ~~ \ On a railroad in England hasaQ placed a locomotive which has prM. ing over the frame of the engine A adjustable ' mirrors_, set in a ' pr'o ' per ar» By means of the reflectors, the enginai has a vie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

iggTThe L_^_iHo Journal, commenting upon thm _^_uit of the Kentucky election, says ^' politicallyMr. Breckinridgo is as d_^as if he had lived before tho flood, _Mhad not been admitted to the ArkM _^-Tbo "Erieming Machine," which is floodiug_, the _«e West, is said by those who have u» _^ to be a very excellent family m_«f aOv Address, for particulars, J. N. m an; Secretary Erio Sewing Machine C_«M iian_, Ohio. i_^-The R . epublicarjonfecees of the Westmoreland Congmionai district at Kittanning have re-nm aated for. Congress the Hon. Joon ¦_fcode, who had five votes; and the Hoi» arwin Phelps_, Armstrong, . _^"Tbo Congrfassibni«_3onferee3 of the People's party of _ttfKistrict composed of Adam's, FranklaLpulton and Bedford counties, met fit _uSmboreburg last week and _unanimousljttominated Hon. Edward McPherson for¥.electi6n. . . _+_* r^\ -. ¦; ^*_The Washington papemnnounce the death of _Mre. Holt, wife o_%e Postmaster. General. She .was sai_«o be & most estimable lady. ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

The Law op Libel.—The Commissioners appointed to revise the Penal Code of the State • have been subjected" to much censure for tfie omission in the Penal Code of the enactment of the 13th of May, 1856, allowing the truth of the alleged libel to be given in evidence,— The fact is, however, the Commisioners reported this provision as a proviso _\ to the section, but the _LegiBlature, in passing upon the Code, saw fit; to strike it out, thus restoring the law on this subject to what it was prior to the act of 1856. , Gives it Up. —The New York Sun, a neutral paper, with, if any, Democratic ' leanings, asserts that some of the oldest and shrewdest Democratic politician's of that city are freely declaring in private circles, that the result of the Presidential election is a fixed fact,: and that Lincoln will be President is a foregone conclusion. ¦ ' ¦ . _^_nTho St.'Louis papers say that the houses of ill-fame in that city recently " cleaned out" by the mob, have already been built...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

Kossuth's Sister.—Madame Emile Kossutb', was buried lately, at Greenwood Cemetery, N. Y., with affecting solemnities, in which' many_'exifed-Hungarians took part. On the Wrist * of the corpse was a bracelet made from the chain which her brother had_^_wdrn in prison. After the coffin, was lowered, earth from the banks of the Danube was thrown upon it by her children. Sad have been the sufferings of her patriotic family, and these pathetic ceremonies must have touched all hearts which beheld them. fjg"Th_3 Democratic Congressional Conferees of the Wild .Cat Dis_|ric,t met in Brookville, on Wednesday, the Oth _^ inst., and nominated James K. Kerr, of Venango, a candidate for Goujjress, on the eighty-first ballot. Mr, Kerr is a member of the. Franklin bar, and has supported the . Buchanan administration. Of course we hope and expect to hoar of our friend General John-Fatton, of Curwonsville, Clearfield county, _vho * is the Republican nominee, beating him shamefully. --*'• _<...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

_Geij. John Pattok: We are glad to find_> in a number of our Westera Pennsylvania exchanges, a very general satisfactten at the nomination _af this gentle manforCongressin, the Governor Bigler A -fliiiiirt. 1 _^ho ! _GJeaiifieW >¦ _Pournal, in -A _speaking of .the General's nomination '_m says: "Gen . ..Pfttton a .n4 his family have • <¦ for many-years-been residents of Cleart_^fi8W_$D6untyHe_^_a now in the prime _tfJ_^lift SH-ifc _tW full _' maturity of all his Jj powers._" Brit a few-yeart ago he started iM inv the world a penniless boy, relying for m support upon himself. _^He is now widely kn_^_frn as one of > the most enterprising, energetic and; successful business men I in itiis portion of the State. He is selfr made find self-reliant. His success in _^ *.. lH&'"St f8es fr6m two traits df ' character _F jioSsesBed_^by-hiniiii an eminent degree—Lt _quidkneas _" of r perception; p _' rbmptness I andf energy- in action/ The General is, _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

Mrs. Cunningham Burdell'_s Husband. Pkiend I B_^Kiift: :—A _^ selected news item in y. ourlasV states tbat J_^r: S-hee r han, the California husband of Mrs. Emma Cunningham Burdell, is a Universalist preacher. Will you kindly permit me to correct that statement ? The only persons id California known to be, or to have been, Universalist preachers, are Messrs. Edmands, (Editor of a Universalist paper,) "Monroe, Munger, and Van Alstine, now preaching there—and Mr. Bull, a Banker, who has ceased preaching, and Rev. T. Starr King, late of Boston, but now Pastor * of the Unitarian church in San Francisco. Furthermore—-ThereL is and has been no Universalist preacher in the United States, of that name, to tne best of my knowledge, which is pretty extensive and accurate in that matter, having edited our annual Register for more than 20 years; and having just corrected the proof sheets of the Universalist Eegister for 1861. I - : The nearest approach to the name, is that of the late Rev...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

_' ¦ For President, ABHAhAm: _LUSTdOLN * of Illinois. • . j_,•;. * , _Fok_^ce ;- _PaSsuiEUTi «: ¦ HANNIBAL HAMLIN, of Maine. ; ¦ ' * *" '•*' ' JPOR j GoVERKOrf , * A ' ' ANDREW G. aURTINioir Centre County _„, _jPjOfJNTJY_^ _WICKET. ' : / v_, r • F<m:_gft{_iQp_«8s. .: ,-,- _« . THABDEU8STEVENS, C_«y. Foh_, State Senator. * "WiihiAii _Hamilton,"Paradise, John A. * HiestaS3?, Ci/y. * ' "For the Legislature. Joseph Hood * , Bart Township f -Michael _Obbk, We$l, Donegal, ,. John, M. Stehkah) _^c»»» -. . - 4 He 'wky M_; White, _ftfjr. \ , '• ' ; ,: _" ¦ '_- . " For _Sheriff, * * ' . ! S. W, P. Botd, ' _JW_/on. .For Prothmoiiiry?* • » Peter Martin, ._EpArata. , ¦ Fen _liegiifcr, ,. .-,.. _GsoitftE C. Hawthorn, Manor. • J_^" •^.c _? i r_^cr > > _^ Georg e Whitson, Sadsbury. . For Clerk of Quarter Sessions, __ JH ewry Musses, _Sfrasbuf]?. . "l ***<-l jS!&r Clerk of Orphans ' Court, " .' Samuel M. Myers, Mount Joy. For-County Commissioner, John Dover,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

a _character; boVattOa'greater number of _^_jft the exactly ODposrto character. The *^ latter class boscech him to write _nothicTg ca _vhatevtr upon any point * of _political doc' _ti« trtoe. They say his positions were well _jL_^ti dwn when he yrte nominated, and that I ni"fA* ei_^ot now . _emliatrass the canvass * ' M _ty undertakiti| to shift or modify them. If B© t*&fe&i.,ihat % cannot oblige.all, but you perceiyethat it is impossible for him to do " so. Yours truly, m .1 '¦ > .John G. Niqholas. _^L _^_- it _festival i_^as- held on Monday, V at W ' aBlinl&_^D. 9-_^_M_thd parpose V _ofTftifllngs funaslor Garibaldi; tbe_^irhole W affiur waff largely _attended, _ancPwas tfn-I der _tbfr _aosmceg of the Germans. ' i y_^Eiwco ty B_^_Lnw _^ bbimq CATRcnntaD: I ( Springfield, 'HI., Jpne »_, 186C| B. 8; Wrigli_, Esq.;_pUi Sir:—Y|ur I letter to ttr. .t _Lincdlti of May 28, and I by which yon seek to obtain his opinion _W on ceriain political points, has ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

_6^*A jumping match came at _^ Cincinnati for a set of silver ware. The one that measured tho greatest number • of feet in a hop, step and jump was to carry off the prize, which was won by William Abbott, he having made forty-five feet and three inches. There were 85 competitors for the prize. Three hundred thousand acres of land on_.Hawjaii_, Sandwich Islands, being onetwelfth pf the whole area of the kingdom, were sold recenMy for $3100. The tract contains half a dozen good-sized volcanoes, four or five large sheep farms, and an immense quantity of pulu in the rough. ^» _tlTCol. Forbes, of: Kansas notoriety, of whom so bad, a character has been given by his former republican friends, has turned up in Sicily, where he enjoys the entire confidence of- Garibaldi, and occupies a brillant military, position. , , _^"The New Yorfc Times says that there arb agents in Canada endeavoring to induce., the Prince of Wales to visit Washington Heights, the suburban residence of James Gordo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

"Wide Awake Encampment.—It has been suggested that a grand State encampment of Wide Awakes be hold during the campaign somewhere- in 'Pennsylvania. We second the suggestion _^ and designate the Capital of tho State as the place. Our city is centrally located and of easy access by railroad from all parts of tho Commonwealth. Such a gathering would be an unique feature in political _campaigns, and* the' blaze of fourty or fifty thousand torches concen trated in one mighty phalanx of light, would be likely to kindle a corresponding blaze of enthusiasm in the hearts of the Republicans assembled on the occasion, which, spreading over the State, would overleap all barriers and sweep down all opposition. Forty' or fifty thousand Wide Awakes, with their glittering uniforms and blazing torches, would be a spoctacle worth witnesing.— By all means let the demonstration be made.— llarrisburg lelegrapli. ' .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

_MTho Hon. Edward Bates? of Mis-S ow visi_^D£ a friend in Norristo\_wa#> waa serenaded by the Wide A"™* on Friday evening, fie made a _shafcjdres_^ j n the course of which he _poak a high eulogiuih upon thepatriotis_^a honesty of Abrah am Lincoln. M m _» » ¦¦ - •^*G_»ce J. Prentice, second son of _GeorM Prentice, of the Louisville Journal,M marrie(j at the American Legation»> aris, on the 14th df July last, to _^moiselle Amilie, second daughter _AOnri de 'Falkenstein, of Strasbourg*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

1 , _g^* A correspondent Minnesota _Writes that tho prospect of the Repub-Icans were never so cheering in that _^ate as now. "The veto of the Homeikad bill, the sale of our Government jHa for,the purpose of replenishing our my* treasury, to be squandered by a vipt Administration, have driven t_«and9 to our standard.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 25 August 1860

" Impartial—bat not Neutral. " .,._„ , __. 4lpJ ' u±bcL , _SPa. kJ_^_pmKFtPUQVST: 25; W60. _mM_*&k Mmuttxu

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