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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

iW One fellow-Bays, when his stockings-wear out, fee sews* _»p the. toes straight across _arrti ¦ _ptils th&rn- _od his feet, the Other wayrt&_' _us _^ making a good fit _' for " sq ' uared toe! _V. opts.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

JOHNORULL_, • gPf-adticiaL _,df£ja±_tef; Np. 92 MARKET STREET, MARIETTA

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

m m ^*Wh y has a Clock always a bashfnl appearance? Answer!—Because it . " keeps its hand % 1 before its face.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

fj_^When a man over head an'd ears in-debt1 ? ?¦¦¦" ' >' > *_-;-- _-! - ¦' "¦ -- '¦' ¦• ¦¦ _- ¦ ¦ > =- - .: ._^ When} he has a hat on which is not paid for;- " ' •<¦ ¦ _^: _- ¦ :_* _-; _<- : - • :' ¦' •_- ¦ •*_- ¦ ¦lli'it

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

_^_gg^> J Y 1iWr_$nfflfl££_P successor to STAUFFER & HARLEY, No. 622 Market-Street, Philadelphia

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

j_^" Some one, Bays that those who are crying for pence, misspell tlio word it iaplo. " .e not peace, they want.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

§&* The _Eichmond Sentinel' of September 5th says the Chicago nomination is an "accommodation train."- i ; . A Girl in Disguise.—The citizens of Berkshire county, Massachusetts, are just now excited over a sudden and singular death which occurred in Lanesbbro' recently. A boygiting the name of Henry E. Goodwin, recently made application to the Briggs Iron Works for work, and, although they were not in need of help, he pleaded so hard that employment was finally given him. His superior intelligence, modesty, and freedom from profanity and coarseness, and his great industry, all conspired to win the favor of his employers, who spoke of it to several gentlemen of the village, who also became interested in his appearance. Shortly after commencing work he was taken ill, and repaired to Munson's Hotel, where, in order to be apart from other boarders, he had a bed made in the garret. The care he received was not the best, apd the patient grew rapidly -worse, when a physician ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

Foolish.—Two young ladies hating each other on account of- ageritieman who don't care a fig for either. Seasonable Hints.—At this season many persons contemplate travelling; to do so with the largest amount of comfort and advantage, physical, social and mental, the following suggestions are made:— Take, one fourth more money than your actual estimated expenses. , Acquaint yourself with the geography of the route and region of travel. Have a good supply of small, change and have no bill or piece higher than ten dollars; that you may not take counterfeit change. Dress substantially ; better too warm for two or three hoars at noon than- be too cool for the _remainder of the tweBtyfbur. <; ' •; ; • Arrange, under all circumstances, to be at the place of, starting fifteen or twenty minutes before the time, thus allowing for the,unavoidable or unanticipated detention on the way. Do not commence a day's travef before breakfast, even if it has to be eaten at daylight. Dinner or...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

_tsjg*_$I am on the trail of a dear." as the fellow said .when _haistepped on one of the female street sweepers.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

COFFEE COMPANY DEPOT:—168 READE-ST., N. Y

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

MARIETTA MARBLE YARD Michael Gable, Agt, . MARBLE MASON AND STONE CUTTER. Opposite the Town Hall Park, .gL Marietta, Pa. :' • _pjg fTIHE Marble business in all its branches, X will be continued at the old place, near the Town Hall and opposite F,up,k. > fl Cross Keys Tavern, where every descrip_^pn of marble work will be kept on hand or made to order at short notice and at very reasonable prices. ! Marietta, June-29,1861. 49-ly .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

General News Items. A _sinple battery threw nine hundred shells into Atlanta in one day. Fort Morgan is being put in condition for strong defence. Crinoline has been abolished at the opera in Paris under penalty of One. The income of the four Rothschilds of Europe is estimated at $6,000,000, a year. The enemy are endeavoring to place torpedoes in the channel above Fort Morgan. Rebel officers, now prisoners in our hands, say they think Richmond cannot long stand the siege now in progress. In Portland there is a match factory that will this year pay an internal revenue tax of . $240,000. A man in Broadway, on Saturday night, had his eye put out by a rocket stick. Governor _Dennison has accepted the position of Postmaster General, and enterd upon his duties on _Saturday last. Mrs Major Booth has been honorably discharged from the charges that she had accepted bribes while acting as a government searcher. The _Selcca Appeal says that Henry S. Foote, look _^ s on the McCleilan party ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

Arc the Germans wrongin wanting our Bonds I Not a bit of it! No shrewder, thriftier people, in matters of money, exist on earth. Our Jersey people and New England people are a frugal, industrious people, but they can't save money like the Germans. All Germany is a great savings bank. It is true that their working men are not so rich, on an average, as our working men, because they don't get more than one quarter of the wages of our men. But a German can save money, and he knows when it is safe. Now these shrewd, thrifty Germans want our bonds. They want them by millions. They turn aside from the great beggars of the world in Europe, and come to us Republicans. They treat the notes of Napoleon aud Joseph and Maximilian, with indifference, but want to discount all the American notes they can get. The Londo «• Times, says this is all wrong—that the Republicans in America are all bankrupt, and the Germans must be crazy to slight British and French beggars, and go begging, themselves...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

_PUimM CLC-THSS-WiUHGSR. It is the only reliable self-Adjusting Wringer. No wood-work to swell oi split. No thumb-screws to get out of order. Warranted with or wttb-out Cog- Wheels. It took the First Premium at Fifty-seven State and County Fairs in 1863, and iswithout an exception, the be-tt Wringer ever made. Patented in the United Slates, England, Canadaand Australia. Agents wanted in every town. Energetic agents can make from 3 to 10 Dollars per day. No. 2. $6.50 No. 1. $7.50. No. F. $S.5O. No. A. $9.50. Sample Wringer sent and express paid on receipt of price. : Manufactured and sold, wholesale and rcail, by the PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO., No. 13 Plait Street, New York, and Cleveland, Ohio. S...C. NORTHROP, Agent. WHAT EVERYBODY KNOWS, viz: That Iron well galvanized will not rust; That a- simple machine is better than ft complicated one; , That a Wringer should be self-adjusting, durable, and efficient; That Thumb-Screws, and Fastenings cause delay and ft ouble to regulate a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

_^ gWe ciip the following paragraphs from the fashion article of the New York Tribune: The blocked streets, tbe thronged sidewalks, the fine display of new fall goods in the shop windows, and the eager curiosity of the _sightseeers as they pass from one object of attraction to another, all indicate that the fall trade season has opened, and is marked, in its commencement at least' with much of that activity which belongs to the different phases of metropolitan life. Curiosity, indeed, seems to be a stronger influence than usual in the minds of the thousands of lady shoppers, who make their persevering way from one establishment to another, examining styles and makingioquiries, but much less frequently making purchases than formerly. Shall I buy a new dress and cloak at present prices, or snail I, wear my old ones ? is a question which is occupying the attention of a great many women just now, who have rarely before bestowed a thought upon ihe subject, except to take it for grant...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

Ik gtettm F. L. _leaker, Editor, MARIETTA, PA : SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1864. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, . OF TENNESSEE. _JSLntan 3£lMtjoraI _©_ttfctt. SENATORIAL. Mokton McMichael, Philadelphia, Thomas H. Cunningham, Beaver co. ¦ ¦»» . REPRESENTATIVE. \ 1. Robert P. King, 13.-Ellas W. Hall, . % Geo. M. Coates, 14. Chas. Hi Shnner, 3. Henry Bumm 15.JohnWister, 4. Wm. H. Kertij 16. D. M'Conaughy, 5. Barton H. Jenks, 17. David W. Woods, 6. Chas? M. Hunk, IS. Isaac Benson, 6. Robert Parke. 19. John Patton, 7. Wm. Taylor, 20. Samuel B. Dick, 8. Jno. A. Hiestand, 21. Everhard Bierer, 9. K. H. Coryell, 22. John P. Penney, II. _Edyid_; Halliday, 23. _Efte'_zer M'Junkin. \%. Chas_.F. Reed, 24. J. W. Blanchard.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

SPECIAL NOTICES. 53" A. Card to the Sull'ciin_^. Swallow nv,. or three hogsheads of " lluchu,'_' " Tonic _Jiit. ters_," "Sarsaparilla," " Nervous Antidotes," &c, &c , and after you are satisfied with th<. result, tken try one box of Old Dr. Buckan' :_^ English Specific Pills—and be restored to good health and vigor in less than 30 days. They are purely vegetable, pleasant to take, prompt and salutary in their effects on the broken down and shattered constitution. Old an4 young ca n take themwith advantage. _Impor ted and sold in the United States only by J. S. Butler. 427 Broadway, N. Y. S_3_= Agent for the United States. P. P.—A Box of the Pills, securely packed, will be mailed to any adJres9 on receipt oi price, which is One Dollab, postpaid—money refunded by the agent if entire satisfaction is not given. [july30-3m 53= Editor of The Mariettian. Dear Sir: With your permission I wish to say to the readers of'your paper that I will send, by return mail, to a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

Who Go For M'Olellan.—Vallandigham, the . traitor goes for _McClellan. Wall, the notorions New Jersey Copperhead and traitor, is for McClellari. Every man who clamors for peace and disgraceful submission to traitors, is a McCleilan man. : Every man who utters the standing lie that the "Abolitionists" commenced ihe war, is for McCleilan. Every rebel General, Colonel and Captain, is in favor of the election of George B. McCleilan. s Every Knight of the "Golden Circle" is for McCleilan. ¦ , ' . ' Every officer who has been dishonorably dismissed from the army, will vote for McOlellan. Every contractor who has been detected in defrauding the Government, huzzas for McCleilan. Every deserter from the army is for McCleilan. ¦ Every man who voted against the law allowing the soldier a vote, goes for McClellanl; ' Every man interested in the rebelloan; such as the British rebel agent, Augustus Belmont, of New York, is a warm friend of McCleilan. Such is the; character of the leading supp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

_^" The demonstration made against the nomination of Gen. McCleilan by the out-and-out secessionists of the Democratic party, accompanied with the swift threat of another convection and another ticket—has all faded away. —All these men—"Vallandigham, Voorhees, Harris, Long, Powell, Seymour, Ferd. and Ben. Wood, and the rest of them, have, upon private assurances given'them, quietly gave in their adhesion. They look "upon the letter of McCleilan as just so many words, meaningless and useless. It is just as the Chicago Times, an out-spoken disloyal journal, says, that although McCleilan may have added a plank of his own to the peace at-any-price platform, yet, should he be elected President,, that plank will not be used. "*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 8 October 1864

Two Important Statements.—Jeffer-Bon Davis made two statements to Gilmore and Jacquess, which, taken together must disturb the equanimity of the Northern peace party. One is that the South will accept no terms short of independence; the other is that the Southern hostility to the North will last as long as the present generation of Southerners. Even then, if peace be made by disunion, peace will only lead to new wars in which the South will be in possession of all the strongholds which we now hold. Peace means the giving up of what we have gained at a sacrifice of 500,000 men and $2,000,000, 000, and it means also a similar expenditure in the future to place ourselves where we now are.

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