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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

Beli<3s of the Wabof1812v—In making an1 excavation near the old fort-at Toronto_^ Canada, the ' 'other day,> fifteen" bodies of British and American soldiers, who fell during, the (war of JL'81-2_, were found. A button was also found _s having on it the initials of the Pennsylvania Hangers.- Who is Abd-el-Kader?—The Albany Journal says: " Abd-el-Kader_, Wudse exploits are _historiCi but wh; o, during late years, has been almost ldst sight of, i9 probably about to return to active life; under the guidance of the Emperor Na_^ poleon. Abd_*ei-Kader was the cheif who for fifteen years, ffom'18$_2 to 1847, maintained a struggle against the French at Algeria. He and his Moors were only overcome at last by an alliance between Louis Philippe and the Emperor of Morocco; Defeated and taken prisoner, he Was held captive in France as long as the French Kingdom lasted. Napoleon, after his accession to the Imperial throne, liberated Abd-el-Kader, treated him with kindness an...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

STATE Governor, Wm. F. Packer, of _Lycbming co. Secretary of State, Wm. M. Hieater, of Berks. Attorney General, John C'KnoX, TlOga. Surveyor General, Wm. _H. Keim,,of Berks. Auditor General, Thos. E. " Cocliran, of York. State Treasurer, Eli Slifer, of Union. - Superintendent of Fublic Schools * Thomas H. Burrowcsof Lancaster. Judges of the Supreme Couit, Walter _Bk Lowne, Chief Justice, Geo. W. Woodward, James Thompson, Wm. Strong, _JohtfM. Reed.

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

_^The RockMsland (111.). _Argos of the 15th inst. says:-"Some fifteen or twenty cows and other cattle have reclhly _tieen killed near this place, 'which were supposed _tchave the Hydrophobia. plaintes have been lodged against several of the officers of the Great Eastern, on account of the rudeness 'displayed, and the want of that proper respect for the feelings of ladies Which every gentleman should possess. Oh _TMrsdaydne of the officials took -the- liberty of insulting a gentleman residing in _£puth Baltimore, when he was taught better maners by a well-directed blow from a loaded cane RoV on the Great Ba-ster.n.—._Cbifl which felled him to the. deck. Yesterday afternoon a like affair took place on board the ship, between Washington Goodrich and one of the -officers, in which the latter was roughly handled.—- It appears that Go'odrich observed the officer practice rudeness _towards two ittdies, and reproved him for such conduct, when the officer replied to him in an liiso...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

CLIPPINGS FROM OTJ-R EXCHANGES The intimate friends of Buchanan fear that the harressing controversies which thurst upon him from every side will wear him_.out physically before the expiration of his term of office. He is troubled with night sweats, and is obliged to confine himself to a most severely rigorous system of diet. The London.Times says that her Majesty has graciously signified to Bliss Em* il y Faithful her approval of the establishment of the Victoria Press _. at 9 Great Coram street, for the employment of female compositors, adding, that all such useful and practical steps for opening new branches of industry to educated women must meet with her entire appro bation. Dr. Small, of Dundalk, Scotland, a veterinary surgeon of consierable experience! states that sand is not only an excellent substitute for straw for horses' bedding, but superior to straw, as the sand does not heat, and saves the hoofs of the horses. He states that sand is exclusively used for horses...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

GLOCKS WATCRtiSyttCyttC. £9 The undersigned would take this (P/_V method of informing the public that hej&_,_J is still engaged in the Jewelry businessin Market street, next door to Jas. M. Anderson 's Confectionary, were everything in his line will be carefully and promptly attended to at very reasonable prices. He baa the celebrated Thirty-day Equalising Clock, Clocks of all kinds, Watches, Jewelry, Musical Instruments, Fancy Articles, &c. JOHN S. STICHLER. Marietta, July 2S-9ms* TO PERSONS Out of Employment! Agents wanted to sell the Erie Sewing Machine: we will give a commission, or _wages at from $25 to $60 per month, and expenses paid. Tim _ia a new Machine, and so simple in its construction that a child of tea years can learn to operate it by half an hour ' s instruction. It is caqual to any Family Sewing Machine in use, and Uie price is but Fifteen Dollars. Persong wishing an Agency will address J. N. BOYLAN, Secretary, Erie Sewing Machine Co., Milan, O. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

That Trip to Europe: The I'hiladelphia Ledger says Professor Lowe has been in that city for some time past, making arrangements, for attempting to cross the Atlantic in his mammoth balloon, he has secured sufficient funds to pay the# expenses of the experiment; and some time during the present week the trial will be made. The life boat, dresses and other arrangements for. the comfort of passengers (?) arrived in this city on Saturday. The balloon has been thoroughly varnished and put in complete order. _igjfThe Chicago Zouaves gave an exhibition drill in Chicago on the 21st instant, in the presence of a large concourse of citizens. They were frequently and rapturously applauded, and on the conclusion of the drill the audience arose and gave three cheers for the United States Zouaves. The Zouaves returned the compliment with their " ti-gaar " and their IS hi _l_£hi! bi 1" _aalutationa. Col. Ellsworth, their commander, has resigned, and has commenced the study of law with " Old Un...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

The Governor; Bobbed.—Nott long since Governor Packer had occasion to visit his cellar, and to his dismay discovered that some person had stolen his entire stock of liquors. " , Suspicion rested on a confidential young man who was chief butler to the Governor, and being traced, up, he recovered about one hundred dollars' worth of;liquors, and about twenty-five dollars of money, the receipt s for the portion sold. This is the story in general"circulation. _fg°A new daily has made its appearance in Harrisburg, called the State Sentinel, Wm.: D. _Earnests Co., proprietors. It* looks well, is fierce for Douglas, and uncompromisingly hostile to fusion with the Breckinridge r disorganizers. The Capital "City of the old Keystone State can now boast more daily papers than any other place of the same population in the Union. g^*At a meeting some sixty Americans in Buffalo, a few evenings since, called to give an expression of their views in regard to the propriety of passing themselves...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

Igg-An infant daughter'of Mr. Eli Sperry, of Wooabury, Conn., lately died in consequence of being fed on milk from a cow supposed to have been poisoned. After the illness Of the cow was discovered, the milk was given to a pig and some fowls; all were taken ill, and two of the latter died. "' _^Recetotly, a drunken wretch was taken before an Alderman of Pittsburg, Pa., and swore roundly, upon which the magistrate fined the fellow _$38.86,"for cursing and swearing fifty-eight profane oaths;"-in default.of payment.the Alderman committed him for fifty-eight days. .^•Alfred Hobbs _. i the famous lock manufacturer arid picker of other people's locks, has disposed of his establishment to a company, and will return to Boston with his laurela and Jhis gold in the autumn. _fiTTwo little boys, brothers, in Bovine, Miss., quarrelled at dinner about a piece of peach pie, and soon got to blows, when the elder of the _^ boys stabbed his brother with a ' carving knife, killing him instantly. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

% »_tkls _Itartettism. _- ¦ : GOJ_^N_^_X_^ TICKET. . < For Congress. ,, _4_THADDEUS STEVENS, City " For State Senator. WilhaIh * HAMiiTOH, _ParttStse _^ John AVHiestand, City. ;?r * '¦* ¦ ¦• For the Legislator*. _v ' Joseph Hood, Bart Township, Michael Ober, _TTes_* Donegal John M. Stehman, Penn, Henry Mf White, Otty. . _t |br SA«riJf_, E 'S.'wV KBo_^ ,JWfem. ' ¦•' " • r * ' ForProthonotary, ¦ ' Peter MAkMw, Ephrata. t r *<Fdr\ _Register , : _GEORftE C. HaWTHORS_, ._flfanor ., .F. orRecorder , George Whitsoh> _SsdsSwrj_;. JVm* _dtetie _tlf Qttarter Sessions , Hekrt _MtrssSR, _Sfrasburg. '"¦ _?r F0K*pRE8n>EWT_, f, ABRAHAM LIN001.N, of Illinois. _, For Yice. _President, . _. HANWIBAL _HAMLIN, of Maine. ' For Governor, ' ANDREW G. CURTIN, of Centre Countv " Impartial---but not Neutral. " jtLajLletla., £3* 0.. _SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1860 _i. „.'-..,i._it " :. _. Fpr. Clerk of Orphans' Court,... . _Samuel M. Myers, Mount Joy* For _CcmitU Commission...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

* |^At _Paterepn, % J., on Wednesday, aj.oqng man named Teneck died of e:on _Bumption. ;Ii if. s<»_Wd thaVduripg the eix months previous he had grown four teen inches in height, by actual measurement. He went to the Eogers Locomotive works as an Bpprentice, early in the _yaar, when helacked 'something of five feet. At the time-of' bis deeease he irieawiwd' over_v 8ix feet; ; ig*Governor Banks, of Massachusetts, declinesLa renomination, and announces his lnteiitton of retiring from pelitieal life. Ha has accepted ' a position as Resident _prectop of ' the Illinois Central _ffiroadVat a! salary of about $7,500 a ¦r oar ' It is staled * that his principle mbtive for this step has been the necessity of making better provision for his family thari :tae<«_moiuittents of political: office Would enable Him to do. ' _^-Ed ward R. Cooper, a man of more than three _scpye years, has been; senlenfied at lUc_^rabn ' d, Ya,f to the Penitent_^ary. for, ftye ye ar_^_, for attempt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

To Oon5Umptiye6 : _, The advertiser having been restored to health in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having suffered several years with a severe Lung affection, and that dread disease, Consumption , is anxious to make known to* his fellow sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it he will send a copy of the prescription used, [free of charge] with directions for preparing, and. using the 6ame, which they will Jind a sure cure for Con-Bttmption, Bronchitis, &c. The only object of advertiser in sending the prescription is to benefit the-afflicted, and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them notoing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription will please address Rev. Edward A. "VVilsow, _Wilfiamsburg, Kings Co., N. Y. [3m A Card to- the Suffering.—The Rev William Cosorove, while laboring as a missionary in Japan, was cured of Consumption, when all other means had failed, by a recipe obtained from a learned physic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

¦^JS_^^_SBb _C_* NEW BRASS _EJBSsSSHS_^ Keepers, for One Dollar. Clocks, Watches and Jewelry _^^l_^ paired and charges moderate, at WOL.fr t» a-T>EACHES: Caned Peaches, from Richards If & _Ribbms, Dover, the following varieties Old Mixen Free, Ward's late Free & Smock, very fine, For Sale at WOLFE'S. /_CLOTHS AND CASSIMERS. —A very su-\j perior selection of French and German Cloths, and Cassrmers, and a variety of beautim i - _t_\tvwv t-s H-:—Mackerel _X5_fss!^ IN Nos -!» 2 _*nd3 > "_* various _packages; Herring and Cod Fish,j_»t_;n SPANGLER If PA TTERSON'S. rr\O LANDLORDS! Just received, Scotch X and Irish W II IS K I E S, » warraaed pure, at if. D. Benjamain_'s. THE best stock of Segars and Tobacco in . town, kept at Wolfe' s. T)INE OIL and FLUID, at Grove * Roth's. FR ESH Lemons and Oranges just receive-.-and (for sale cheap at J.M. Anderson-PURE SPICES from the Washington Spice Mills, . . A* Wolfe's. BRA NDIES—all bre**k-4«u«_syanted tob e gen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

Fatal Case of Hydrophobia.—The Boston Traveller, of the 13th instant, says that Mr. Thomas Dascomb, residing in Zeigler street, Roxbury, died Sunday noon of hydrophobia. He _kept_a number of dogs, and about, a week ago two of them, a female and one of her puppies, were playing rather roughly together, and he attempted to separate them.— The mother of the .puppy "bit his;wrist slightly, but, he took .no: notice of it. until Friday .night last, When he woke up with a burning thirst,_and endeavored to drink Bome water, when he was seized with a violent spasm. He spoke to his wife in relation to the dog biting him, and Baid he was sure he had been poisoned in someway, and thought he had the hydrophobia. He continued to grow worse, and barked like a dog, turned, summersaults in his bed with a strength which two men were.vunable to restrain, and after much suffering died yesterday noon. The dog that. bit him died a few days after giving the bite.i «._;. - ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

>\dL' ?8_wiaaiS -.Case, ik Kentucky.—On TuaadJiyiB man, named Keller, was kiltecj _;at<Mt._i Sterling, Ky., by another, namwtThemaS. Thomas had._suapected an._iinpr6per intimacy between hia wife and««._%eller, and on .Tuesday .he found tnem_^_together iri the woods near the town Bh_^_BittinJf ttpon'the, ground holding Kel-Iera_>beafl'in her:iapr and combing his hair. , Thomas .drew a knife,and rushing upon KeHer, killed him on the spot. _^T_^_MjUerii eriiave ' b _' een holding thtir religious _SOTyiQea in North Wilbraham, _t/_Lpps. T,His sect now. numbers 50, 000 in _'tne United _States and the Canadfci/*nd? they gather, in camp meetings _ftft _ntttearly every State in the Union;—^portionof the brathern look for the ntinerinium before the laat of March, 1661; ethers are confident that the world _tfftf last ten ' yean and ' two months long%_8, while others still predict a universal overthrow in about sixteen weeks.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

Directors' Car.—The luxurious railroad car spoken of in our columns some time ago as having been built at Altooua for the use of the officers and Directors of the Pennsylvania railroad company, passed through this city Saturday, on its way east. J. Edgar Thomson, the President of the road, two of the Directors, and a number of officers were the passengers. They were on a tour of inspection, and stopped at all the sh6ps between this place and Altoona. The car attracted considerable attention, more especially as a rumor was current that it was to be used for transporting the Prince of Wales to the west.— Harrisbury Telegraph. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

_O°The Boston Daily • Advertiser, of the. '¦14th. * , of February,1829, says that a young gentleman of Boston walked to Charleston, South Carolina, eleven hundred and fifty miles, in thirty-six days ; from Niagara Falls to Rochester in two days, accomplishing the first day fortynine miles, although he was detained three hoars in Lockport; from Saratoga Springs to Boston in four successive days; from Providence (Blake's Hotel) to Cambridge Street, Boston, in less than ten hours, including stops ; besides other excursions to Ticonderoga, Flatrush, New York, Burlington, Vermont, and Mount Washington, New Hampshire.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

_<_g*It is announced in the morning journals that Governor Banks has been offered and has accepted the office of Vice President and Resident Director of the Illinois Central Railroad, and will remove to Chicago on the 1st of January next to enter upon its duties. In addition to this, says the Boston Post, we are enabled to state that the salary voted to Governor Banks is $7,000 per annum—a fact not ' yet published. A man who can reduce the government expenses of a State $1,000,000 per annum, as Governor Banks'has done in-Massachusetts, is precisely the man to manage a mammoth concern like the Illinois. Central.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

iHP_^r. _^v _^.5iwtiDi the gentleman who-left _Skjston_, some two weeka ago, in a Ujbtie_| two*_oare4 ijherry, arrived safely i_|i * New _5_"_6_rkJjon Thureday evening last, he J_^fcTJ_^_g accompHBhed his extraordinary feat in abont 80 ibpors o_^actoal rowing, averaging over fly© miles per hour. He subsisted almost wholly opon berries and 6iierfruiti * clrinkjng no 'water; the last day's pnllfrota a place ten miles east Of _SandrPofet, was accompliabed after _alate bre_^_kfaflt_; a portion f of one waternlfeibn _dilly BerSrfttg for his refreshment. He todkilodgingB "with Mr. Darling; at No_^_S_^_SfcenffitreSt.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

_.t_^There much excitement Boston on account of the mysterious death_, of Miss, Mary A._Harwood, ,a girl of respectable parents. She left home under pretence of going to see a sick friend, and was not heard of for two weeks after, when she was found at the house of a female in a dying condition. She lived long enough to relate all the circumstances of her Bhamu, and to tell that she was suffering from the effects of an abortion. Several parties are suspected", but no arrests made. She was eighteen years of age, of a fine figure and interesting appearance.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 September 1860

soft, clear, smooth , and _beauttfvi. . Those de siring the Recipe, with full instructions, directions, andjidvice, will please call on or addtess Cwith return postage^) Jas. T. Marshall, Practical Chemist, No. 32 City Buildings, New York. B'ewake of Quacks !—This Advertisement is addresf_^ft to bot h Males and Females suffering from sferet causes. I have practiced many years, and having made a fortune, professionally desire now _te serve my fellow creatures. Inclose a Dollar to pay incidental charges, and a sure remedy will be afforded you. Let no false delicacy prevent, as strict secrecy is preserved. ' ' i ¦? Dr-. ' _Escalapius Ed-warus. . ttox 910? Ba-Uiuiorc, Md. ¦ ¦i_»-

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