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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

Speech of Senator Seward : Senator Seward made a great speech at Detroit, Michigan, last week, which has been telegraphed over the country. This address of the Governor, together with the circumstances surrounding its delivery, give it a national importance.. The Senator paints a deplorable picture of the present state of our nation, arid the political evils surrounding it. Internally our Government is mismanaged, while among the nations of the earth it is suffering from a want of foreign respect and confidence. He does not think that these evils will induce disunion, nor does the speaker anticipate such a contingency. The Democratic party, the W hig party, and the short-lived American had all failed to furnish a practical solution of the difficulties of the slavery question. His counsel may be comprised in this sentence, from his address ; •'My humble advice then, fellow-citizens, is, that we return and re-establish the original policy of the nation, and henceforth hold, as W...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

_C_^The Cattle . commissioners met at Hartford, Con.', a few days ago, says the Homestead,-arid decided still to adhere to the decision of June last, not to allow cattle to cross the line from Massachusetts into Connecticut. They have been overwhelmed with applications from butchers and drovers to withdraw thisclecision, since the cattle disease excitement has died out. There is still a fear among the border towns that the epedemic will reappear on the approach of winter. g_^°There was a Republican demonstration at Indianapolis, Indiana, on the 29th ult., which was a most _complete success. An immense crowd thronged the streetsfto vfew the procession, which was very large in numbers, and occupied an hour in passing a given point.' In the procession there was a wagon drawn by forty-three yoke of oxen, and _containing several large_} saw logs withmen splitting rails and distributing " them * along the " _xi r .' l- «- route. _. k _Igsflt is a beautiful custom-in ..some oriental ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

%h 8BetUi I»*i IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY ,BY AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM , PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. _imtJBLI CATION OFFICE in the second sto-VTrv of Crull' s Rowon Front Street, Jive <dobt_» East of Mrs. Flurtj' _s Hotel, Marietta, Lancaster CountyPenh' a. .. - If _subscriptions be not paid within six months, *il25 will be eharged, and if _delayed,until the •_oroiiation of the year, S 1.50-willbe charged. Any _person sending us five new subscribers «hall have a sixth copy tor his trouble; No subscription received for a less period than six monthsand no paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paidunless at the option of the pubhsner. a laiiure to notify * discontinuance at the expiration of the term subscribed for, will be considered a new ' _encasement. Advertising Rates: One square (12lines, or less) 50 cents for the first insertion and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. Professional and Business cards, of six lines or less at $3 per annum. Notices in the-r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

Length, of Hjtman Life.-—Let j us not forget an advantage, or at .least a powerful compensation, which contributes to the happiness of old age. That is, the moral gains more than the physical loses. In. fact, the moral gains everything : and if something is lost by the. physical, the compensatian is complete. Some one asked the philospher Fontenelle, when ninety-five years of age, which twenty years of his life he regretted' the most? -•I regret*little," he replied; "arid yet the-happiest years of my life were those between the fifty-fifth snd severity-fifth." _4_T ' ?• - Y Arkansas Water".—-A visitor to on_^ jof the midland towns iq Arkansas, after inquiring very particularly of aprpminent citizen about the health of thejplace, concluded his interrogatories b' y_^as'king: "Doctor; what kind of water is' most used here ?"* 1" WelPwa'ter," answered'the -Doctor. " Is it good ?', "Those who use, it" replied the Doctor, " sayjt is;first rate. 1 use whisky,"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

Breckinridge not a Slave Owner : The Louisville Journal has the following, in reference to the charge that Mr. Breckinridge is a slave owner : "We have received a great many letters from the South requesting us to state whether John C. Breckinridge, who we believe is a man of wealth, does or does not own any slaves. We do not know whether an answer to, this oft-re peated question is important, but we will give one, Mr. Breckinridge and his family live in Lexington,'and board at the Pcenix hotel, and hie, votes in that city. For the past three years he has not listed any property for taxation, either real or personal, as appears from the tax books. He has a free colored woman as a nurse. We understan d that he has a good deal of- real estate in the •North ". ¦ . . - . ,. •. ¦: ¦¦ >* , ¦ ' .-. ¦ ¦ -¦ :?.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

HOW TO MARRY When you £;et married, don't marry a pet, A. jilt or a vixen, or yet a coquette ; But marry a maid—that is, if you can-More fit for the wife of a sensible man. Look out for a girl that is healthy and _youngj With more in her eye than you .near from her tongue; And tho' she be freckled or burnt to a.tan,. Yet she is the girl for a sensible man. With riches will wretchedness often in life Go link'd, when your riches are got with a wife; But marry, and make all the riches you can,' Like a bold, independent and sensible man. Look out for a girl who is gentle and kind, And modest and silent, and tell her your mind; If she' s wice as bewitching she'll welcome the plan, And soon be the wife of a sensible man. Then cherish her excellence wisely and kind, And be to small foibles indulgently blind, For so you make happy, if _anything can, The Wfe of a sober and sensible man. ^\ s *«¦ ¦ i' • . ' :¦ . \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

_fr_^R- J- 1" HOEFER, DENT _f, I Iofthe Baltimore Colleo] f Dental SURGEBY, IATE OF HARRISBUR Pa> _^^^ OFFICEr* Front street, .fourth d _gj^^^SS from Locust, over Saylor & McDft_^Zcray aid's BoQk Store. Columbia. trance between the Drug and Book Stores. ,[3rly DANIEL G.. BAKER, A TIOJWF.Y AT LA , LANCASTE, PA. OFFICE • _NO.-24 North D e Street, various branches. : [Nov , o9.-ly D_^_SSKW GALLE I'- •_h ar Svanglertr Patterson' s Store fcrket-st. Cvhere Pft " tOgraphs ,.Ainbrot. vpeS d Melameo_,_vpes are talcei. at very rcasouu prices. " " I C:l!! _IIUJ SCO M-CCimClli.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

Touching Incident.—While the Prince of Wales was at Frederick ' ton, N. B., an old lady,3_Irs. Segrime, waited upon him, and presented1 him with a relic.of priceless value, being a piece* of his grandfather's (the 'Duke- of Kent's), dressing gown. How the venerable dame -got _possession of it is nut stated. The American Agriculturist, now closing up its nineteenth year, has deserted its ancient habitation among the agricultural warehouses on Water-st.j and taken tip its abode for the next ten years, at least, in the very centre of the great newspaper establishments of the City that have for some time past been concentrating around "Printing-iiou3esquare." The eminent success of the American Agriculturist, which now counts its 50,000 subscribers, while due in part to the correct policy of the pub lisher, viz.—to get up the best possible paper without regard to expense, and then to make it widely known by liberal advertising—is an indication of the greatly-increased desire on ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

CLIPPINGS FROM OUR EXCHANGES Hon. S. S. Cox, of Ohio, has received his death-blow from the Bulletin, of Columbus, Oo., which states that he was th© jauthor of the Washington correspondence of the Ohio Statesman which told how "the youthful orator" demolished Sherman and Corwiri. .-»*-»/-C_> » v»»Mi _v.-\.J*v>'>i'; '-'_* The Home Journal has the _following "Madame Le Vert and daughter are stopping at the Fifth Avenue _Hotsl.— Th_« distinguished author of "Souvenirs of Travel' is surrounded nightly by th6 elite of the town, who gather around her to pay her those attentions which her talent and beauty so deservedly merit." The Moravians of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, intend to vote during the next election for Lincoln and Hamlin. In 1856 the borough brought in a majority for Buchanan, but this year it is expected that its polls will record as complete a Republican triumph as they formerly did for the Whigs. Seven miles within the hour has been about the greate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

Mark These Facts The Testimony of the whole World! _HoUoway_'s Ointment. Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Sores and Ulcers. All description of sores are remediable by the proper and diligent use of this inestimable preparation. To attempt to cure bad legs by plastering the edges of the wound together is a folly_; for should the skin unite, a boggy diseased condition remains underneath to break out with tenfold fury inafew-dsyfc -1- The only rational and successful treatmentas indicated by nature; is to reduce the inflammation in and about the Wound and to soothe the neighboring parts by rubbine: in plenty of the Ointment as salt is forced into meat. Diptheria_, Ulcerated Sore Throat, and Scarlet and other Fevers. Any of the above diseases may be cured by well rubbing the Ointment three times a day into the chest / throat and neck of the patient; it will soon penetrate, and give immediate relief. Medicine taken by the mouth must operate upon the whole system ere its influence can be ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

Horrible IHtnbrai. PvKB._^-AceoaB_^a from Africa state that * the King o-f Dahomey is about to make an immeose sacrifice of _hum_^ life to the memory * of his late father. A great pit has been <lug, and in this pit two thousapd persons will be _sacrjfrced. He has sent oat aa expedition to capture prisoners, the younger portion of whom _^ill be sold on the coast to slavers, wbi_|e the old will be thrown in. * THis ' -liAifcisTER Mass Meeting : The meeting'on the ' 19th instant, says the LancasteV Examiner, promises to be, _stanld the day be fine, one of the largest ever held in ¦Lancaster. There will be _delegations from all the principal towns _within one hundred miles of Lancaster. _^hila_^leJiRhia will send several thousan d —gwjftt _j_^g_^ftra tiona , are being made t b_^ir_^. _, " .York, ' Harrisburg, Lebanon, Beading, and. the smaller neighboring to_^ns .wi|l,be out in fullforce. ^^i _Jli_^^^wake parade in the evenin_^_ml_^e _^ * magnificent affairand will b_^p|^tici...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

%\_t _WHttty llarietfan. " Impartial—but not Neutral. " j Mja+Utta., S& cl. _SATTTItDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1860 _iBBASAM LINCOLN, of Illinois. ion Vice President,' i HANNIBAL HAMLIN, of Maine. > ANDREW G _* . CURTIN, or Centre County For Congress. THADDEU8 STEVENS, City. '¦ • Fob' State Senator. _^ :, .William Hamilton, Paradise, . ' • .John A._fHirsTAND, City. For the Legislature. Joseph Hood, Bart, Township, ir ' " ' Michael Ober, West Donegal, ¦i _'! ¦ John M. Stehman, Penn_, *»s ' Henry M. White, City. i , > . For . Sheriff, . S. W. P. Bovd, Fulton. _Fpr Prothonotary, Peter _Martin, " Ephrat ' a. ' For * Register, • _Georoe C'Hawthorn, Manor. _i"1 'For'Recorder; George Whitson, _Sttdsbury. for. CUrki of'Quarter. Sessions, He_^ryvi Musser,. Strasbutg. .For ' Clerk of . Orphans ' Court, ' Samuel M. Myers, Mount Joy. i ... _^Fir_^Cmmty Commissioner, 'JohVDoVer, 'Manor. _> - For_^ Directors of the Poor, \; VsWitLiAu'S. M' xvttrt_,' Coleraine, Abraham H. Met...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP. —The partnership heretofore existing between Geo. Killing and Wm. Rutledge trading as Killing & Rutledge has this day been dissolved by mutual consent, all business matters relating to the late Finn will be settled by WILLIAM RUTLEDGE. Marietta, August 29th 1860. TJIMBROIDERIES-Just received the largest Xj an _* _iaos* desirable lot of Embroideries eveottered for sale here consisting in p-jirt of beautiful French Worked Collers , Undersleeves, Spencers, Swiss and Jackonett Edging and inserting, Flouncing-, &c, Which will be sold at prices that cannot fail to give satisfaction by J. R. Diffenbach. XTTALL PAPERS—We have justreceived _^ > another supply fro m the New York and Philadelphia manufactories. Pnrchaseis can rely upon the newest styles, which wiU be told unusually low at J. R. Diffenbach_'a -l _Q CASES BOOTS & SHOES. —A great va-X/^_riety of fashionable Boots and Shoes of all Kinds and styles, which will be sold...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

®{jt fatal glarietto-. Wide Awakes i From present appearances we Will _hAVe a uniformed club of nearly two hundred Wide Awakes by Wednesday morning next, in time to attend the Great Mass Meeting at Lancaster. At a regular meeting df the "Lincoln Club" in the Town Sail, on Tuesday evening, it was unanimously resolved to change the organization to that of a Wide Awake Club, to be styled The Marietta Wide Awakes, and immediately completed the organi zation by electing the following addi tional officers ; Captain, Jeremiah Shaffner. Lieutenants, Henry S. Libhart, Henry H. Sawyer, William Johnstin, Sergeants, J.M. Erisnun, John Kane, John McCall, Henry Wolf, J. R. Miller. After the completion of the organization, a committee was appointed to go through the borough and solicit members, and up to Friday evening one hundred and eighty had enrolled their names. Eev. A. B. Grosh_, the President, haying toad occasion to go to Philadelphia on Friday morning, took an order along for the eq...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

HOG _*gS-_£§ §* «"„ _" in iiiiiiit §ii j ' >. § si si»1 *>? «_i? ^§ l'«.42ili|-ls § _s q H 1th "aI i JOB PRINTING. Having very recently added a large and fashionable assortment of Types and Printing materials, which will enable us to do all kinds of . PLMA_$S _FMEY P&1_SJOT&; Such as Oards, Ball Tickets, , Circulars, Programmes, Blanks; Handbills, _Posters, Sale Bills/ &&¦ Everything in the _Joti PittifTiNG line _rlSatly and cheaply executed and . at short notice. FKED'K.L. BAKER, ¦ "the Weekly Mariettian'3 _Office G old pens re-pointed: pric:e Fifty Cents. Enclose the Pen in a letterwith cash or postage stamps. The return mail will _bring the pen as good asr hew. Editors giving this advertisement'six insertions during the year I860, and send the copy, shall receive a superior Gold Pen in payment. Address, STONE & BALL. Syracuse. N. Y. SC|_=We will vouch for the fulfilment of thfl above on the part of Messrs Stone Si Ball. 'J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

_5W _©_oljj _SiscoWIri} _teoiiljjj of m_$ _«orjf_^ ktiii f& _MoHr)9^^|^4)_p llr_^. Many, since the great _discover_^ <Jf Prof. Wtiddj have attempted not on . lv to imitate his restorative, but profess tp have dlsco. v.ere. d something that wouldproduce;results identibal; but they have all come an;d gone,bgingc.carr ried aw,ay by The wendes£ul result* of Prof. Wood9 1 preparationand have been _fon_^d i<i leave the field to its resistless »_waj_^ Bead the fallowing: — .k BathMaine, April. 18th1839. Prof. O. J. Wood & Co_< j—The letter I wrote you in 1856 concerning youf _valuable . _Hdif_.J_^estorative, and which you _hsve _ptiblishe_^ in this vicinity and elsewhere, has gVen rise to numerous cnqu_*lrle*8 touching the f_^cil _$h the case. The_*nqufrk_^are, fiMt' , is itrii fact o'f my habitation and _iHtmej as. stated mthe>c1_jnlm'u'- nication; seccf_^ld, it it true of allth_^Mtt io'Jj tainod; third i does ray ft_^_stHlMipiiffc tfi be in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

MOFFAT'S.... LIFE FILLS & _PHCEtf IX _BITTERfi _fTlHESE MEDICINES have _toowT_>eeti( tteibTe X tbe public for a period' of thirty ytam stia during _thtft tittie Bate maintaiiwd'_#*«h _&»* acter in _Sltrtbst_* e*«^"Jp»_rttdf _Iheifiiotei tot their _extradrtlinUty Mnd _luitdedtete fmr& df restoring perfect tte&lth to-J_^_rson* _sonfenQg under nearly every ,kind dfflfeekw to ' which the human frame is Sable: The following are among {He distressing variety of human _diseases in wHich the _YEGETABLfi IiIP_« MBtrttJlSBS' Are well known to We infallible " : ' ; DYSPEPSIA, by _tWordltfbl_^._aSaTijpj_^th'e first and second stomachs; and _creaSbg a'flo*iv of purehealthy bile, _instead of tWsttkle atid acrid kind; FLAT ULENCYBoss of Appetite, Heartburn, _Headachej _Hestlfesfeessi IH Temper, Anxiety, Languor, ' _aflfl _MelSricHojyi whieh are the general symptoms* off _byfiWepsni _^ill _vrfriishj is a natural _consequeiMtf _dfllfc Cllr_*. ; • •• ¦¦ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

m Alexander Lyndsay, m FASHIONABLE,BOOT $ SHOE _^ KANTTFACTURER_, _IVTARkET STREET, MARiETTA, PENN. Would most respectfully;, inform the citizens of. this .Borough and neighborhood that he bas the largest assortment of City; made; ,work in his-Line of business in this Borough-,, and being a practical BOOT AND SH0_£. MAKER himselfis enabled to select.withmore judgment than those who are not. He continuesto monufacture in the very best manner- everything in the BOOT AND SHOE. LINE, which he will warrant for neatness and good fit. > ._^ _SCfrCall and examine lus stock " before purchasing 'elsewhere. _* _' ' ' " *• *•• _i _"_^ BARRELSErime New-York Apples, J[ y fresh from the * orchards just received and for sale at W,0l.EE'S. ' Apples always oft hand. We. " have contracted witn one of-the riiQst extensive Fruit dealers,,in Philadelphia, for bur " Fail supply ' of App|es and Peaches_^ 3,0 there wiil be 'difSculty in obtaining,a nice juicy apple, or a sweet melting peach, by c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

VALUABLE SCHOOL BOOKS, _PUBLISHED BY E. d. & _^t. BIODLT_5 <& CO., _Tfo. 508 Minor Street, Philadelphia. Catalogues furnished gratuitously,on application ENGLISH ETYMOLOGY* The First Book of Etymology. By Jos. Thomas, M. D. [Price, by mail, post-paid, 42 cents,] In use in the Public Schools. of PRil&delphia, NW York, Brooklyn, &c; State Normal Schools of Mass., &c. _^ For the study of Etymology the following advantages are claimed :'—1. It imparts to the pupil amo_^e thorough _anfl precise knowledge of the meaning of the words * of the English language than can be obtained by any other process in the same period of time. 2. It trains the mind of the pupil to habits of analysis and generalization—a desideratura. in all systems of education, which is 8Hip "plied _T)Jmathematical studies to the _collegiate student , and by this study, it is believedbetter than by any other, to the common-school pupD_. Also published—for higher clas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 15 September 1860

BCERHAVE'S Holland Bitt&& _iHB CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOB _%_s£J c& fey c_* cSsl c£_^ c_^ _c_^_cSea_^ DISEASE 0F THE KIDNEYS LIVEii fcOMPLAINT, WEAKNESS OF ANY KIN-D, _^ FEVER! AND AGUE, And tie rations affections ' conseqiifit npon a disordered STOMAtH Ott _LITEJR, Such as Indigestion, Acidity, of the Stomach, Colicky Pains, Heartburn, Loss of. Appetite , [Despondency, _Costiveness, Blind and Bleeding Piles: ,In all_.Ner_* vons, Hhenmatic, atid Neufftlgic _Affectiong, it liaSj iii numerous instances proved highly beneficial, and in others effected a decided cure. ,, ,_^ ..,- ¦¦ This is a purely vegetable _compound, prepared oti strictly scientific principles, after the manner of, the celebrated Holland Professor, BoertaaYe. Its reputation at home produced its introduction here, the demand commencing 'with those of the Tatherland scattered over the _Jace of this mighty country, many, of j whom brought with them and handed down the tradition of its ...

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