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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

fg" A correspondent who was in the terrible railroad catastrophe at Thompson town, a few days since, says : The gas suddenly escaped took fire, which immediately communicated with the rubbish and consumed everything together. Some forty human beings were consumed with the baggage or otherwise injured. The charred remains were gathered up the next morning and filled seven boxes. One lady got half oat of the rubbish, when her clothes took fire and she fell back suffocated. One gentleman lost a wife and five children, and a lady lost an aunt and three children. Of the vast number burned to ashes _With their baggage, the names will probably never be known. Military buttons, watch cases and wheels, breastpins, copper and silver coin, hairpins, pen knives, with melted gold, and bundles of half-burned greenbacks, were found in the rubbish.

Publication Title: Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

. • , FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. ¦ ¦¦ >» —— 4 Union _3S!*£taraI _©_Uktt. SENATORIAL. Morton McMichael, Philadelphia, Thomas H. Cwirningham, Beaver co. 1 ; ?» : ¦ REPRESENTATIVE. 1. Robert P. King, 3. Elias W. HaU, 2. Geo. M. Codtes, 4. Chds. H. Shnner, 3. Henry Bumm, 5. John Wister, 4. fVm.H.Kern, 6. D. M'Conaughy, 5. Bartin H. Jenks, 7. David W. Woods, 6. Chas. M. Runk, 8. Isaac Benson, 6. Robert Parke. 9. John Patton, 7. Wm. Taylor, 0. Samuel B. Dick, 8. Jno. A. Hiestand, 1. Everhard Bierer, 9. R. H. Coryell, 2. John P. Penney, _11. Edwd. Halliday, 3. Ebe'zer M'Junkin, 12. Chas. F. Reed, 24. J. W. Blanchard.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

Who would not be out of the Draft? TYUT that which effects us in connection J_£j with the Army, is not the only one—the Draft upon the pocket these times is equally severe—consequently we purchase goods where we get them cheapest. _0"o32L3a Sx_^_etngrler, SUCCESSOR TO DAVID ROTH IN TUB HARDWARE BUSINESS, Would take this»method of iuforming _' the public that he is now prepared to furnish auything in his line of business, such as Glass, Oils, Varnishes, Stoves, Iron, Carpenter's Tools, Hinges, Bolts, Locks, Nails, all kinds of Building material, Coachmaker's ¦ Goods, Cedenoare, Clocks, Fancy Articles in large variety, with a full assortment of shelf goods generally, which he will sell at the lowest prices, wholesale or rettil. Call and examine the stock. Ma.iet.a, March 5, 1S64. THE DRAFT!(^^^^THE DRAFT!!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

Brownlow's Sons.—Col. James P. Brownlow, a son of the brave Parson Brownlow, after fighting from Chattanooga to Atlanta, and even in the StOneman raid, was sent back to Nashville to meet the Wheeler raid, where a ball passed through both thighs, as he satin his saddle, making a desperate charge at the head of his gallant regiment. As we learn by a letter from Parson Brownlow to Mr. George Childs_, of this city, the wound is very severe, but the colonel "is game to the last." This young officer entered the service in his 19th year as a private, and in the last two and a half years * has been in seventy engagement's. The Parson's other son led his regiment of cavalry in the Greenville fight, at which Morgan was killed by Andrew Campbell, a private of a Tennessee regiment.—Philadelphia Saturday Evening Post.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

_C^* New York Post publishes the following: "It is reported that our authorities have made, arrangements _»by which the rebels, in future exchanges, will be furnished with men as nearly as possible in the condition in which our soldiers are returned to us, thus making the exchanges comparatively equal, and preventing the rebels getting soldiers whom they, can put at once into the ranks in exchange for the emaciated and dying men they bring to ns. "It will be impossible for our Government to exchange with them any starved prisoners, for the reason that it has no such men; but a considerable number of sick- and disabled rebels will be found among the seventy-five thousand prisoners now in our possession,"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

(3* A porter in a hardware store in Cincinnati;:, on Friday last, while engaged in the fonrth story of the building in hoisting a lot of 400 or 500 axe, handles, fell through the hatchway into the cellar, a distance of nearly sixty feet, and alighted squarely on his feet. The impetus and the shock of the fall, however, threw him violently immediately after striking the floor, injuring his head and chest somewhat, although not seriously. The cat-like and unfortunate porter was taken to his residence in Covington, after receiving surgical aid, but iit is not likely his wounds will confine him to the house more than two or three days.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

General News Items. Ten bears have lately been killed near St. Cloud Minn. They had destroyed $1,000 worth of sheep. Hon. -Tames Kelly has been appointed _postmasterof New York, vice Abram Wakeman, appointed surveyor of the port. Quartermaster General Meigs has been breveted a Major-General for gallant service—the defence of Washington during Early's raid. The average price of day laborers throughout the British Isles and Europe is thirty-seven cents per day. ¦ ' > 5'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

DANIEL , G. BASER, ATTORNE Y AT LAW, /vnr._TOT. LANCASTER, PA. OFFICE :—No. 24 North Duke Street opposite the Couft House, where he will attend" to the practice of _hia profession in all its various branches. DR. WM. B. FAHNESTOCK , OFFICE:—Main-st., nearly opposite , Spangler & Patterson 's Store. ) From 7 to 8 a; m. OFFICE HOURS. S " 1 to 2. ; > »» • 6 to 7 p.m. DR. Echternach'_s Army Lotion, an infallible remedy for Saddle Galls; Op_' en Sores, a_'nd diseases of the skin, » _» _» AT THE GOLDEN MORTAR. ¦I /A EMPTY _Molassea Barre Is, ' III For-aate at J. R. DIFFENBAGH'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

@" The Chicago Journal Bays:— Rev. Dr. Evarts, by way of illustrating the _inaqflptability of Divine Providence, related in his sermon last Sunday the following incident ' : The spot in our lake can be pointed out to you where a young lieutenant of the United States army was once well nigh drowned. He went down, as it was supposed, for. the last time, when assistance reached him. He was rescued, and after much di faculty restored to consciousness. That young lieutenant is now the President of the insurgent Confederacy—Jefferson Davis.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

IT ETTERS REMAINING unclaimed in the a j Post Office at Maiietta, Pa., Thursday, September, 29, 1864. : : Brulaher, Miss F. E. Hoffeims, Jessie rDiehl, Mr. Joseph '2 Isenhoner, Mr. W. Dunlap, Dr. J. M. Judy, John E p ler, Solomon Murphy, Miss R. a FiBher, Christian Seibert, Mr. George 6 Faringer, Daniel Richard, Mrs. M. I Gandar, Mrs. C. Tyson, William Betz, Miss Brissel'.a Todd, Mrs. Mary I Hester, Mrs. B. Walter, Saml. E. ' Henderson, Mr. J, White, George 83" To obtain any of these letters, the applicant must call for "advertised letters," give the date of this list, and pay one cent for advertising. ABRAHAM CASSEL, P. M.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

f_3* Hon. Montgomery T. Blair, Postmaster-General, has retired from the Cabinet. It id understood that Ex-Governor _Dennison, of Ohio, ha8 been tendered the appointment, and will accept. The cause of Mr. B'_s resignation was a want of harmony with the other ' members of the Cabinet on certain questions. He parts with: the President on the most cordial terms. He is now stumping Maryland for Lincoln. "Fkmale Gentleman."—A correspondent writes:—"Miss Sallie M. Monroe, of New Berlin, Chenango county, N. Y., a practising physician of the hydropathic school, has permanently adopted the masculine attire—not merely bloomers_, but the veritable dress of a gentleman, from hat to boots. So, the ultima thule of the dress reform has been reached at last! Miss Monroe, who makes a fine looking cavalier, either on horseback or on foot, usually wears a blue coat and buff'_waistcoat, with plain flat gilt buttons, blue trowsers, boots and hat, all good cnt. She is a young lady of irreproachable ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

ikgatStiatt. F. L. _gaker_, Editor. MARIETTA, PA: BATUEDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1864.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

As my Furs were all purchased when Gold was at! a much lower premium than at present, I am ' enabled to dispose of them at very reasonable prices, and I would • therefore solicit a call from my friends of Lancaster county, and vicinity. . . ., . Jd=K.8member the name, number and street JOHN FAREIRA, 718 Ahch-st., ' above Seventh, south side, Sept. 10,J 64-5m.] Philadelphia, _JCt» I have no partner nor connection wi_»h any other store in Philadelphia. A CHOICE Lot of Books for children called J\ mdistructable _Pleasure Books; School and Paper Books, Stationary, Pens, Pen holders; &c «>»t LANDIS& TROUT.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

f& Senator _VTade, of Ohio, and the Hod. Henry Winter Davis, of Maryland, who united in issuing the famous circular upon the adjournment of Congress, in opposition to the policy of the Administration as being too conservative, have,recanted,.and have both entered the campaign in favor of the Union candidates, _aqd are now addressing mass meetings.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

W Gen. Eremontand Gen. Cochrana who were nominated by the Cleveland Convention for the Presidency and Vice Presidency, have withdrawn from the canvass. The letters of these two men are too long for our columns.-—They fttate, however, the cause of their withdrawal to be because they prefer Lincoln to McGlellan. •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

_CT Ten of Moseby ' s guerrillas arrived m Washington under guard. They are re P Te8 ??fc_6d _»ai an- impudent set of 'Scamps, fond of narrating their exploits. The guerrillas of which this gang is a Bample are quiet citizens by spells, and when overhauled_' by our scouts pretend to be going to their work, or _hunMnjr stray cattle.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

W"; A. woman named Emma Ross, in Youngstown, Ohio, recently sued James IJano for having, tarred and feathered her. She claimed $20,000 damages. The jury gave her $4950. The defence set up was the bad character of the plaintiff, but the jury didn't see that ebe should be tarred and feathered, even if. she was disreputable.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

«_T The New York Express publish-,_es a _Special Washington despatch to the effect that the President has refused tft see Mr. Tracy, the commissioner from the Union prisoners at Andersonville, Georgia, _and_'_also that the President _Itas before him a proposition for peace from Georgia, which he can have in ten days, if he will.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

T ADIES FANCY FURS AT Jj John Fareira's 015 Isfybliglier) _Eitf. _Wwfaciohi, 718 ARCH-ST., above 7th, south side, PHILADELPHIA. Impokteh, _Manufacturer of AMD DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF _, ,.._ w _FMCY FURSf For Ladies and Children's Wear. Also, a fine assoktment of Gent's Fur Gloves and Collars.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 1 October 1864

tSS" Two men were arrested at the _Camden depot on Sunday last for using exciting language to the rebel prisoners. They were advising, men, when released, to go back and fight it out. Also, that there was no chance for peace under this Administration. Arrests are still made of those who continue to sell citizett'ff clothinij to reefuits.

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