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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

gg-A letter from "Florence of the _JTth instant; in the Opinione_, says: "Wft'hear sad accounts of the acts of violence and insubordination committed by the Irish mercenaries on their march from.Miicerata to Rome_^ At Tolerito especially they got hold of an inn-keeper's wife, a pretty woman, and handled her so fottghly that 8be T had * to callioudly; for assistance. Her cries brought5 the chaplain of the'Company._^td the spot, who endeavored to bring the men back to a sense of their duty; but instead of heeding _^ his exhortations, they unchained the dog of the inn, and after forcibly putting bis collar around the priest's neck,- dragged him into the _stree_^ by the chain, kicking and caning hint _ttnmetcifujl y all the while. Then then got tip 'aiwbt.in a cafe, bat were repulsed_^ ' ' ' *i/ ' Francis Joseph; Emplror of Austria, has just completed bis 30th year. ..-

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

MY MOTHER Ah ! well do I remember me, I In childhood's happy days, ' Of a meek-eyed, gentle mother, Who taught my lips to praise_; i Who told me tales, of years gone byj ¦ And sung me oft to res13 In plaintive strains of melody, Whenpillow'd on her breast* Ah! well do I remember me) When riper years had come _^ Of that mother ' s tender counsels In my own early home ; And when I left, thro ' love of change_^ The scenes of joyous 3r outh, It was her voice that whisper'd low The words of love and truth. Ah! well I do remember me, When thro ' the lapse of years, I homeward turn'd my weary steps Thro ' guilt, arid wo, and tears, 'Twas the same sweet tone and melting eye. To me a welcome gave. - ' • ¦ • ' Those speaking e_}r es, those welcome tones! Are now but of the grave. . THE PRINTER'S G_^_TEfT

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

_^"Senator Seward arrived at Kaalmazob, Mich., at 2 o'clock on Saturday morning, when,notwithstanding the time, he found a crowd of people and Wide-Awakes and lighted torches waiting to receive him. The day proved a stormy one, but a great multitude of people collected to-hear Mr. Seward speak at noon. Delegations were present from towns forty miles, distant, and a fine display was made. Hr. _SeWard spoke but twenty-five minutes, it being necessary for him to leave for _Milwaukee. He was greeted with the greatest enthusiasm.— He reiterated the doctrine of the "irrepressible conflict," and .expressed the opinion that Mr. Douglas did not stand "the slightest chance for an election. i _! «~» I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

met- jwl_.jb: _jer_. • _dije Jweqsiei_* _Gottjtfy _$_cjHei_|ifi|h}i %$ . filed} wic_#l §oeiei|j, Will hold their Fourth Annual Exhibition, AT THEIR GROUNDS, IN THE City of _Lancaster/ Penn'ai, f On Tuesday, _Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the 25t_^ 26th, 27th, and 2Sth Days of _fceptejnbcr,, 1860. AMPLE _arrangements are being made to accommodate laid exhibit to the best advantage every kindiof Stock, and all Articles that arc useful or (interesting in Agriculture, the Mechanics, the Manufactures and the Fine Arts. \i _ The citizens"of _^Lancaster county and the adjoining counticsUare respectfully invited to bring their atnmaUknd articles for competition. For particulars see hand bills and premium lists. • -. j J •¦-•;- " ¦ Sn3_= Further irf 'drmation will be furnished by the Manage rsl:or by the _undersigneds • D. G. kSHLEMAN,, Secretaiy. September 1, KGO.-td.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

COUN_^TY. President Judge, Henry G. Long. _Assistant Judges, Alexander L. Hayes, Ferree Hrinton. i District Attorney, Kmlen Franklin. Prothunotary, YVilliam Carpenter. , _Jiccomer, Anthony Good. Register. John Johns. County Trca.sxirer, Michael II. Shifk_« Shei'iff, Wonjamin K. _Rowei Clerk of Quarter Sessions CourtSam'l Evans. Clerk of Oi-p/ians ' Court, C. L. Storier. Coroner, Levi Sumrny. . . * County Commissioners, Daniel Good, Joseph lioycr, Levi S> Heist, Solicitor, Ed. lleilley. Clerk, Peter G. Ebermarf. Directors of the PoorRobert Byers_, Lewis SprecherDaniel ()_vorhoitzer7 John Huber, Simon Groh, David Styer _Sbficitor, James K. Alexander. ClericWm. Taylor. Prison InspectorsIi. J. Houston-,' l5tiv. Brandt, John LongJacob _Seitz, Hiram Evansj 11 S. Gara. Solicitor, Dan'l G. Uaker. Keeper, Jay Cad well. ¦; Auditors, Thomas _S. Collins, James B. Lytle John Mecartney. County Surveyor, John C. Lewis;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

_^_gTThe apple crop south and west of us, according to the New York Journal of Commerce, is prodigious_^ exceeding any fruit crop since 1848. This remark applies to New Xork, New Jersey, and CoBnecticut; to all the region from which New York city draws its supplies. In Eastern Pennsylvania the crop is short, as it is Also in Maine, and these are the only regions where the apple will ' fail this year. The abundance affects prices, so that eveu the Newton pippins, which are chiefly relied upon for exportation, and for the last ten years have brought from three to six .dollars a barrel, are now.held at two dollars.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

pate of grjiarfnttjE NATIONAL. PresidentJames Buchanan, of Pennsylvania Vice President, John C. Ureckinridge, of Kentliclf V, Speaker of the House, Win. Pennington_, New Jersey. _Secretary of State, Lewis Cassof Michigan. Secretary of the Treasury, Howell Cobb, of _Ua. Secretary of the Navy, Isaac Toucej', of Conn. Seaetary of War, John B. Flftyd of Va. Secretary of Interior, Jacob Thompson, Miss. Postmaster General, Joseph; Holt, of Ky. Attorney General, Jeremiah S. Black, of Pa. Cfiief JustictRoger B.Taney. Associate JusticesJohn M'Lean, Jas. Wayne, John Cation, Peter V. Daniel, bam'l Nelson_, llobort C, Gricr, John A. Campbell, and Nathan Clifford.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

jn Alexander -Lyndsay, S FASHIONABLE BOOT Sf SHOE _^1 MANUFACTURER, M ARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN. Would most respectfully inform the citizens of this Boroug h and neighborhood that l_\e has the largest assortment of City made work in i,i« line of business in this Borough, and beng a practical BOOT AND SHOE MAKER himself,_is _enabled to select with more ,udgment thTn those who are not. He continues to vianffthfZ in ry best manner everything _ufacture _^ in the very . _^ ._ a_^_Sstsstft_^ chasing elsewhere. Nuts

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

LOVE Love, love, love, Words worn out, Long, long ago,n Being handed about Too much for the good of the _worlchj No doubt! Oh ! oh! oh! . Where is the heart That can ward off Cupid's dart, Shot from some sprite ' s witching eye3 Love to impart 1 Ah ! ah ! air! What shall I do? Hang myself, Cut my neck in two, - Or jump in the Tappaan Zee? Which would you ?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

A tear was in the printer' s eye, A shadow on his face, As solemnly and silently He gazed within his case. Methought some deep and heavy grief Was preying on his heart, And that a kindly spoken word Might happiness impart. No sooner did this thought occur, Than by his side. I stood—" Tell me, my frieHd,,thy grief,'? J said _^ "What sorrows o ' er thee brood _?'? He gazed at m_£ a moment, then He turned away and sighed, And answering said, "A column, good, - Of Nonpareil I've pi'd. "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

_g^*As a remedy for whooping cough,-v an English paper states that great num-, bers of children laboring under whoop-< ing cough now visit the gas works for the purpose of breathing the exhailations 1 from the gas lime. It is said all the lit-- tie sufferers feel considerably relieved, - and many are absolutely cured by this simple zemedy_*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

STATE. Governor, Wrh. F. Packer, of _Lyeoming co. Secretary of State, Wm. M. _Hiester, of Berks. Attorney General, John C. _Knoxj _Tiopa. Surveyor Genentl, Wm. II. Keim, of Berks. Auditor General, Thos. E. Cochran, of _Xork. State Treasurer, Kli Slifer, of Union. _biiperintcvdent of Public Schools, Thomas H. Jiurrowrs, of Lancaster. Judges of the Supreme Cou7t, Walter II. Lowrie, Chief Justice, _Geo. W. Woodward, James Thompson_^ VVin. Strong, John M. Reed.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

_gg° Sis thousand dollars have beei collected in California _«towards a monu ment over the remains of the late Sen ator Broderiefc. from N. Y.. Life Illustrated.] TOTJH LOCAL PAPER. Reader, did _^_pou ever reflect on the subject of supporting liberally the press, and first of all, your own local newspaper ? If not, permit us to _suggest to you your privilege and your; duty in this respect. Bach city, town, and village in a country like the United States _Bhould be _Represented, by a live local newspaper, and it would be well, not only for the people and the place so represented, to have a paper which would reflect dredit on both, but a paper which would be an honor and a credit to the State afid the nation. Strangers from judge us by our newspaper _pfessj and hence the ~ importance of making that instrument as perfect and patent as possible; It is the duty of every _citteerl of each place to contribute something toward improving and strengthening the local press. He may do i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

T_^_lJlDG u_^rDrops, Candies, Fruits, _, _^oys, *c , _^le_^d^^by _^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

_FRESHi Lemons and. Oranges just receive* and for sale cheap at J. _Mt Anderson' i _*

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

lhe _Oijljj Siseobei-y _tooHtyi of q»y _eonf, _Oence _foHtesf _otinfl *_te _^ _^ _^ai|. Many, since the great _discovery of Pmf. Woodhave attempted not onlv to imitate bis restorative, but profess to have discovered something that would produce results identical; but they have all come and gone, being carried away by the wonderful results of Prof. Wood's preparation, and have beet, forced to eavethe field to its resistless sway. Read the following: — Bath, Maine, April 18th, 1_&>9. Prof. O. J. Wood & Co.:—The letter I wrote you in 1856 concerning your valuable Hair Restorative, and which you have published in this vicinity and elsewhere, has given rise to numerous enquiries touching the facts in the case. The enquiries are, first, is it a fact of my habitation and nameas stated in the commu-Jiication; second, is it true of all therein contained ; third, does my hair still continue to be in good order and of natural color i To all I can and do answer inva...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

CLOCKS, WATCHESScC, _frC. £5? The undersigned would take this _SiyH. method of informing the public that he_^t_^ is still engaged in the Jewelry busines-t.i 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. Me has the celebrated Thirty-day Equalizing Clock, Clocks of all kinds, Watches, Jewelry> Musical Instruments, Fancy Article ' s, &c. JOHNS. STICULER. Marietta. Julv 2S-3ms* S PECIAL NOTICE: Now opening, the largest and most complete assortment of Men's Wear we have ever offered, consisting of Super English, French, American and NermanBlack and Fancy Twilled and Plain Cloths and CassimeresFancy, Silk, Plain ;iud Figured Silk Velvet and Plush Vestinga, &c. We _iuwte particular attention to the above goods. HALDEMAN'S Cheap C<ish Store. WM. B. REDGRAVE, Commission Lumber Merchant, West Fulls Avenue, Baltimore, Md. T) KSPECTr ULLY offers his...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

- _> - _^ ®«_fefe Stnittfim. " Impartial—tut not Neutral. " _gg°A woman in Portland, Me., stood upon a barrel to.get a better view of the _Wid_^-. Awakes. The head fell in, encagijig her in a double set of hoops. She Was helped out by an accommodating man. _SATUBDAg,SEPTEMBER 22,1860. For President, ABRAHAM LINOOLW, of Illinois. Fob ' Vice President, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, of Maine. For Governor, _ANDREW G. CURTIN, or Centre County. „ _pOUNTY ~ TIOKET. For Congress. THADDEUS STEVENS, City. For State Senator. "Wji.iia!m Hamilton, Paradise, John A. Hiestand, City. r For the Legislature. Joseph Hood, Bart Township, Michael Ober, West Donegal, John M. Stehh' an, Penn, Henry M. White, City. For Sheriff., S. W. P. Bow,'Fulton. * ¦ For-Prothonotary, Peter Martin, Ephpata. , For Register, 'George C. Hawthorn, Manor. "" TorRecorder, George' Whitson, Sadsbury. Far Clerk of Quarter Sessions, Henry _Mvsser, Strasburg. For Clerk of Orphans ' Court, Sahvel M, Myers, Mount Joy. For County...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 September 1860

_^Edmund Badger, the father of Wm Badger, Esq., Philadelphia_; navy agent, died at Bristol, Pa., on.thel8th.inBt.,in the eighty- third year of his age. Carl Schurz, the Orator : Carl Schurz is a native of Bonn, in Germany. He received a collegiate education under Professor Kinkle, passing much of his earlier life in Dusseldorf. In the revolutionary movements of 1848 Mr. Schurz took an active part, and, in 1849, was sentenced to death for treason to the State. His escape from the pursuit of the Prussian troops was quite remarkable. Professor Kinkel became obnoxious to the Prussian government, and was imprisoned as a common felon, in the Spandau prison, near Berlin. Schurz determined to rel%ase him, and, with forged passports, proceeded to Berlin. Six weeks were occupied in the vicinity of Spandua, and at last, having bribed the jailor, Schurz succeeded in carrying off Kinkel. They hastened to the sea-shore, and embarked for Englaud. 1 • In 1851 Mr. Schurz came to this country...

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