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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

m _5_iEi?!? G _- KiTJasrK:-E3i_i'3 sitter "Wiiie or _KUKKSL'S BITTER WIKK OF _mOS i PURE and _powerful TONIC, Corrective /\_ and Alterative, ol wonderful 'efficacy in <Jl*_t:a«ea of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels. & Cu res Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints Headache, General Debility, _Hervoudneaa, Depression of Spirits, Constipation, Intermittent Fever, Acidity J b{ lhe ' Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food. Fullness or Weight in the- Stomach, Sinking or Fluttcnng at the Pit oflae _ _i&omuch, Swimming of the Head, Difcult _Breatbing, Yellowness of the Skin and Kyes, Fever and Dull puns in the Head,' Pain in. the Side, liack, Cheat and Limbs. IX will cure every case of Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diaeusea 0/ the Kidneys, and Diseases _arising t fiom a disordered Stomach, Goad (or Male or Female, Old _oi Young. The most beneficial medicine known ; gives better _satit faction and cures more diseases than any other preparation offered to the pubiic. Pre...

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

General News Items. Twenty-seven ladies of New Bedford, Massachusetts, have each agreed to furnish a representative recruit. Any number of newspapers can be sent by mail under a two cent stamp, provided they do not exceed four ounces in weight. The St. Joseph Herald says the streets of St. Joseph are filled with women with _Begars in their monthB. It is estimated that Early, in his recent northern raids, has lost by death and desertion 10,000 men. _Fittsburg has forty-six foundries, consuming forty-six thousand tons of metal annually, and paying $1,000,000 wages annually. , Secretary Stan ton has ordered that the wages of the sewing women in the employment of the Government be increased twenty per cent. Mrs. Thompson, wife of the Bebel General Jeff. Thompson, is now a confirmed lunatic, and it is said she will shortly be Bent to the Asylum at Fulton. The greatest mass of solid iron in the world is the Iron Mountain of Missouri. —It is three hundred and fifty feet high, and t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

SPECIAL NOTICES. JC_^ Whose Dye is taking the place of others? Christadoro's! Whose Dye is the most perfect imitation of Nature? Christadoro's! - Whose Dye has been analyzed /by thetbest Chemist and pronounced harmless? Christadoro's! Whose Hair Dye succeeds when all others . fail! . Christadoro's! Whose Hair Dye has the largest sale in the world ? Christadoro's! Whose Dye is shipped in the ' greatest quantities to the fair-haired maidens_, of Cuba, Mexico and South America? _r _Christadoro'_a! _Crutadoro' s Hair Preservative, is in valuable with his Dye, as it imparts the utmost softness and the most beautiful _gloss and great vitality to the hair. Mannfactored by J. Caistadoso_, No. 6 Astor House, New-York. Sold everywhere, and applied by all Hair Dressers. Pnce _$_1} $1:50, and $3 per box, according to size; [1h» 83-What horseman will be without Dr. Tobias' Venetian Horse Liniment. Tauntok, Mass., May 14tb, IS6O. Dr. _Tobiat: Dear Sir— During 35 years that I have been in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

_CT During the late visit of the rebels to _Hagerstown, Md., they proceeded to the coun$ jail and released therefrom Park Cramer, who was confined there for deliberately shooting Victor Wright, during a quarrel between the parties about a woman kept by the latter. When the rebels left Hagerstown they took Cramer with th«m, but on reaching Williamsport he deserted them and returned to Hagerstown, where he presented himself at the jail to the county sheriff, and asked to be recommitted,, asserting that he.would "be d—d if he would go with such a set of infernal catthroats." Cramer was accordingly assigned to bis old _quarters, and in November will be tried upon the charge of murder.. 49* An interesting relic of the Revolutionary war has just been fished up in the Delaware, near Salem, N. J. It is a portion of the cable or rigging of H. B. M. frigate Augusta. On the 23d of October, a part of the British fleet, the Augusta, 64 guns, the Merlin, 18 guns, and a galley, attacked Fort M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

Cff- A resident of Hartford bought a dozen of eggs the other day, and by inadvertently placing five of them in a warm pantry got them as nicely hatched into five chickens as if a hen had sat upon'them. One fine morning the little animals "peeped," to the _^ _egg purchaser's great astonishment. Of coarse he went to the newspapers to tell the story —every good American goes to his newspaper when he sees or hears anything ' . 'out of the common." f3* Miss Hat tie Hough ton, of Milton, while walking near her father's boose, was attacked by, a large and dangerous rattlesnake, but by her _coolnesB and presence of mind succeeded in killing him after a severe contest. The snake measured four feet seven inches, and had eleven.rattles, showing it to be thirteen years old. Such a specimen of true courage in a young lady only seventeen years of age is certainly worth recording. 0*Among the latest patents is a coasting sled for boys, which can be steered at will, without using the leg for a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

§g_~ There were coined during the month of August, at the mint in Philadelphia, four millions and forty thousand cent pieces, and three millions one hundred and thirty thousand two cent _piera,, together of the value of$103,000. This ihimense coinage of cents has been going on monthly at about the rate of the last month, for more than two years, and yet they are bo scarce in circulation, as to render the change for a five cent note a great difficulty. fg" A company - in London have bought one hundred and forty acres a few miles from the eity, and propose to enclose it with glass, making a climate like that of Madeira, with the fruits and foliage to be found in that isle. An hotel and residences are to be built, and great prices will be charged for a chance to live under glass.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

_CT A despatch from Washington Bays the draft under the last call of the President will begin first in those places which are making the least effort to raise volunteers, so as to give the places which are - trying to fill their quotas without a draft _bb much time as possible to do so. Payment of bounties to recruits authorized by the act of July last did not cease on the 5th _inst., but is still continued as they were before that day, and volunteers will be counted on the quotas np to the latest possible moment. An official bulletin from Secretary Stanton states that Provost Marshal General Fry is busily engaged in arranging the credits of the several districts and is ordered to draft without delay for the deficiency in the districts that have not filled their quotas_.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

_CgT If this war should within the next year prove successful in its object of crushing oat the rebellion, as we cannot permit ourselves to doubt that it will and must, the position our country will occupy in the eyes of the world will be very striking and important. For as the crushing of the rebellion involves the fate of slavery, all causes of internal trouble will then be at an end and the people bound together by indissoluble bondB of brotherhood, the republic, with an immense army of veteran troops, generals of tried ability, and skill, and a navy victorious everywhere, will be in fact the great power wh ich it has so long asserted itself, ' and ready to make good its claims and policy at * the point of the sword.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

SJ_3_T The German Reformed Messenger lost everything except the stereotype plates that were _. in the vault. Arrangements are about being made to have the paper published by contract in the east until the 1st of January next, when the office will probably be re-established either at Lancaster or Philadelphia The loss is about $40,000. The Repository lost all its material and presses, besides $2000 worth of paper. The subscription list and ledgei only were saved. The loss is about $75000. The Valley Spirit lost everything bat the subscription list and receipt books. Loss fully $5000.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

§gr General Grant has issued an order which makes the status of deserters to our lines a very pleasant one. They are to be provided with transportation to any point in the North which they may desire to reach, or they can receive employment in the army departments at remunerative wages. No services will be expected of them which might subject them to a chance of capture by the rebels. This order, together with that of General Fry, exempting them from draft, makes a rebol deserter's position Bomewhat desirable, and will doubtless increase desertion in the ranks of the enemy.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

_&. _£LMjike+ Smbtntr _aitlr _©_onfcraaitttr. Would most respectfully take this means-oi informing his friends and the public generally that he has commenced the drawing of DEEDS, MORTGAGES, ,„ JUDGMENTS, lnd in fact everything- in the " Cohv.eyancinq line.1 Having gratuitous int&couise witrra member of the Lancaster Bar, will'enabTe him execute instruments of writing with accuracy. 23=* He can be found at the office of*" The Mahiettiah,_*' on Front street, or at his residence, on MarkeJ; street, k a square .west of the « Donegal House,", Marietta. 't 53"Blank Deeds, MortgagesJudgments and Leases, always on hand and for sale. 1 r\ EMPTY Molasses Barrels, r * : lU * For _B_^_eat J r R- DIFFENBACH' S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

fj_$* A writing machine haB at length been discovered. This is a curious instrument which has been invented by a French artizan named _Bryois* It is for the purpose of taking short-hand notes with more than the usual rapidity. It consists of a series of levers worked by keys like a piano, and acting on a set of types which impress _themselves on a strip of paper that is gradually unrolled. Working only with one finger an ordinary reporter can work as quick as the best short-hand reporter, bat by using the two bands the rapidity is increased immensely,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

0* A singular coincidence is related ia reference to Captain Ooppinger, of the 14th! U. S. Infantry. He was a captain in the British army during the Crimean :war, and was taken prisoner by Col. Petroffshi, of the Russian army. Hhe _Russjan colonel is now a _private in the company of Captain Coppinger, and the two; soldiers who were fighting against each other during the Russian war, are now the most, intimate friends, and fight side by Bide in defence of the Union.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

f 3_~ _Tjref_^nifi|_jPBtates Circuit Court at _Philadelphia have decided that -the weight of a ton of coal is 2240 pounds instead of 200_& pounds. The Judge ruled that a company of grocers might as-well meet and agree to reduce the number of ounces in a pound, and make the smaller number the standard of a pound for their customers, as for coal dealers to agree that the weight of a ton shall be 2000 pounds, and furnish that amount to their customers.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

0* Ob the 30th ultimo, District Attorney Carrington entered a suit in the Supreme Court of District Columbia against William A. Hammond, late Surgeon General United States, to recover 450,000 dollars, the amount alleged the Government has been defrauded of by hid blank purchase from W. A. Stephens, and supplies from John Wyeth & Brother, some 50,000 _being, the amount in the first case and 400,000 dollars in the second. ——— m_* ¦—

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

0* Several _boatloads of uniforms, picked up on various battle-Gelds, arrived at Washington from Fortress Monroe. One cargo comprised nearly fifteen hundred complete suits, Btripped from the festering corpses of those who hare fallen in battles or perished in hospitals. These desirable goods are to be offered for sale, for the, benefit of parties who will, wear second handed garments, and don't mind where they come from, if only they pome cheap. over

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

f&* A . nursemaid recently lost her way on the cliffs of Newquay, England, and went close to the edge of the precipitous cliffs, when she slipped and fell to the beach below, a distance of one hundred and eight, feet. Her crinoline expanding with the air, however/ 8b broke the fall that she landed without a scratch or a bruise, and, although much shaken, was able at once to walk one hundred yards, and inform her mistress of the _occurfeiSie.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

_fgf The government lands of the United States now amount to fourteen hnndred1 thousand millions of acres. Two millions and a half of acres have already been sold for thirty-four millions of dollars. At one-third of a cent per acre the remaining lands would pay off the whole national war debt, though it might be' 'four thousand five hundred millions of dollars. At ten cents it would pay off that debt thirty times

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

A Hairless Horse—-The famous woolly horse is now matched by a horse on exhibition at Madrid, which has not a single hair on its whole body. Its skin is white, like that of a European, and so transparent that the veins may be distinguished throogh it. The borso cannot be used for labor in consequence of thiB fineness of the skin, which would be exposed to abrasion.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 17 September 1864

0* The "silver" wedding-day is applied to the twenty-fifth anniversary of a marriage, and on this day it is customary to present the married pair with some silver token of remembrance. The custom prevails in some parts of Northern Europe, where the festival of the twenty-fifth anniversary is called the "silver" wedding, and that of the fiftieth the "golden" wedding.

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