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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

g_$*Tioga county; forming part of the Congressional district of _Gatusha A. Grow, is represented as -being a_^_nost unanimous Tor the People's _nqmiaees.— In the borough of Knox ville,there are sixty-five voters. Sixty-four of them am Lincoln men, and the lone Democrat is a Breckinridge man. In the borough ol Elkland there are eighty-six voters.— Eighty-one of that number, are for Lincoln, and the other, fire-are split between Breckinridge and Douglas. .The Democrats are so scarce that tjhe _railsplitters have to maul each other to get up an excitement. , .. - - .

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

Uttibs flf _gifarteits. NATIONAL. PresidentJames Buchanan, of Pennsylvania. Vice President, John C. Ureckinridge, of Kentucky. _Speaker of the House, Wm. Pennington, New Jersey. Secretary of State, Lewis Cass, of Michigan. ¦Secretary of the 'Ireasury, Howell Cobb, of Ga. Secretary of the Navy, Isaac Toucey, of Conn. Secretary of WarJohn B. Floyd of Va. ¦Secretary of Interior, Jacob Thompson, Miss. Postmaster General, Joseph Holtof Ky. Attorney General, Jeremiah S. Black, of Pa. Chief Justice, Roger B. Taney. Associate Justices, John M'Lean, Jas. Waj'ne, John Catron, Peter V. _Daniel, Sam'l Nelson, Robert U, _llricr, John A. Campbell, and Nathuti r.lifFoid.

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

^¦The Coolie trade Cuba, for the last year Bhow3 that the number landed was nearly 6,000, and that the whole number since 1847 is 48,070. The Coolies were shipped from the Chinese ports of Canton, Macao, Swaow, and Atnoy; and from the Spanish East Indian port of Manilla/ _^ * • - - _.' - — -¦?? • . f _^"Lunatics live proverbially to a * good old age, and one of the proverbs upon which the fact,is founded is,,jwe suppose the old household truism, that, "eracked vessels last the longest." _fg_^Tbe Sail -Francisco correspondent of the New Ydfk Times relates the folowing theatrical incident 2 'The same evening, in fact ah hour previous, Senator Egerton, being on a bit of a 'tear,' dropped in at the theatre, and became highly interested in the play, 'The Octoroon.' In the scene where the auctioneer sells Zoe, and knocks her down to McClosky at $25,000, and the bystand_*- ers are indignant, he says i Tcan't help it/he (McClosky) has the law on \\i side and must have her,' Egerton,...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

Important to Millers.—By a decision of Judge Pearson, President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Lebanon county, millers need not pay any license for their business. They can haul out their flour, meal, &c.,to their customers, or ship it to Commission merchants at other places, without taking out a license for so doing- The decision was made on Monday a week.

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

STATK. Governor, Wm. F. Packer, of Lycoming co. Secretary of State, Wm. M. Hicster, of Berks. Attorney General, John C. Knox, Tioga. Surveyor General, Wm. II. Keim, of Herks. Auditor General, Thos. K. Cochran, of York. State Treasurer, Eli _Slifer, of Union. Superintendent of Public Schools, Thomas H. Burrowcs, of Lancaster. Judges of the Supreme Couit, Walter H. Lowrie, Chief Justice, Geo. W. Woodward, Jnmes Thompson, Wm. Strong, John M_. Reed.

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

_f^*The Philadelphia quirer mentions; fourteen styles of counterfeiting coin. It is estimated that fully ten per cent, of all the apparent gold coin in. circulation is bogus, mnch of it beiDg so admirably executed as to deceive bank officers aud other first-class judges. A CAsEorBtojiMY.j_^-Mr.J. Center, in a recent speech ia New Jersey, said that Madam Bell-Everett was recently mar ried In Syracuse, New York, (Messrs Brooks and Hunt, in accordance with custom, giving away the >brid<B,) to » gentleman from Illinois, Jndge of bis surprise on coming into New Jersey, to learn that the same old lady was prc viously married in New Jersey to a gentleman sow living in Kentucky. It was a clear case of bigamy, and likely to produce much scandal; and be _suggested that the ladies present should aid their New York sisters in packing off this unprincipled j ade to Utah, where such proceedings are more in accordance with public sentiment. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

^" The Kmg Naples has fled to ( _3aeta. Lost His Hat.-—A Sunday dr two since, at Grace Churchj says the Home Journal, a young gentleman put his hat under the seat, and shortly afterward two prepossessing young ladies sat next him. At the conclusion of the service the ladies left the church first, and the gentleman stopped in search of his hat, and, to to his surprise, found it gone.— He called the sexton and applied to that worthy functionary for advice. Mr. Brown suggested that it might have been caught in the ladies' crinoline ; and entangled in the crinoline sure enough it was. After bobbing against one of the young ladies' ankles for a distance of about twenty yards, the hat dropped out, much to the astonishment and surprise of those followincr.

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

A TallTtckkt.—The standard bearers of the Republican party are all large and fine looking men. Abraham Lincoln is six feet four inches in height. Hanibal Hamlin is six feet three inches in height. Andrew G. Curtin is six feet two inches in height. Making a total of eighteen feet nine inches of candidates of the People for President and Vice President, and Governor of Pennsylvania. If a taller ticket can be "scared up," trot it ont.. Eating on the Cars.—One of tbe latest public conveniences is the establishment of sleeping cars on all the great railroads in the country. The smoking car has long been a recognized institution. Something beyond all this has just been commenced on the line of travel between Harrisburg and New York, via Reading, Allentown_, and Easton. A restaurant car is attached to each thorough train, where travellers may procure things to eat and drink even more comfortably than they could at the stations alnnrr t._hn mart. G_^_vGov. Brown (A. . Brown,) of Missi...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

Holloway'_s Pills and Ointment. —Success the attribute of merit. Erysipelas and cutaneous diseases. If popularity be the test of a medicine, Holloway's Pills and Ointment aie assuredly the greatest remedies of this or any other age as they are unconf.ned to nations or people, being as familiar to the denizens of the backwoods as to the citizens of New York, London, Paris, Vienna, Berlin, St. Petersburg, &c. Their universabity is howeverr the least of «beir merit. Their safe and speedy cures of Erysipelas, Salt-Rheum, King's Evil, Scrofula and all skin diseases are their chief recommendation. Persons afflicted with any of the above disorders should have immediate reronrse to them. Age & Debility.—Aa old age comes creeping on, it brings with it many attendant infirmities. Loss of appetite and weakness impair the health, and want of activity makes the mind discontented and unhappy: in cases where old age adds its influence, it is almost impossible to add vigor and h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

_lije Only _^ijcobety _tooffijjj of _wy copfi-Oej)M for - _^Restoring ii)_iSaW _qi)_0 _fifty. Many, since the great discorery of Prof. Wood, have attempted not onJv to imitate his 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' ' preparation, and have beeii forced to leave the field to its resistless _svr_»y. Head the following: — Bath, Maine, April ISth, 1S-39. Prof. O. J. Wood & Co.:—Tbe letterl wrote you in 1S5G concerning your valuable Hair Restorative, and which you have published m this vicinity and elsewhere, has given rise tu numerous enquiries touching the facts in tincase. The enquiries are, first, is it a fact of my habitution and name, as stated in the communication ; second, is it true of all therein con tained ; third, dues my hair still continue to inin good order and of natural color I To nil I cun and do answer invariabl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

_g^*A negro woman was executed a few days ago, at Frankfort, Ky., for an attempt to poison one Hiram Berry.— This is the only case of hanging that has occured at Frankfort for a period of over twenty-five years, although murders, committed with impunity by "respectable" revolver-bearing citizens, ate among the commonest things in that part of the country. Igp* An old man, aged ninety-three years _. living in Maryland, in one'day during the htte harvest, _cu_^ with a sickle thirteen and a half dozen sheaves * of wheat, and bound and shocked them.— The last was the eightieth harvest in which he had successfully labored, and he is still in poses9ion of much inental'as well ds physical vigor. (grSo many conflicting reports have been received in regard to the fusion in New York, that we are at a loss what to believe. It is now reported, however, that an electoral ticket has been arranged which stands as follows:— Douglas men, 18 ; Bell and Everett, 10 ; and Breckinridge 7. 8jg°Tw...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

FALL (_CAMPAIGN taqlei' & _ftrfterson, _w_$ ¥_^M-sf A RE now supplied with a general ASSORTMENT OF FALL & WINTER GOODS , aim everything desirable in their line. MEN AND BOY'S WE AH. Superior Silk Velvet, Granadine and Woolen Vestings, French Silk-mixed Doeskin and Plain Cassirueres, Cloths of all grades, for Coats, Over-coats and Business suits, Union Cassimeres, Sattinetts, Plaid and Plain Jeans, Lainb's-wool, Silk and Cotton Shirts and Drawers, Gloves, Wool ana cotton Hosier}', Suspenders, Cravats, Neck-ties, Shirt breasts and collars, Boy's and Men's Shawls, Cricket Jackets, children's, youth's and men's Cav and Soft Hats. LADIES DEPARTMENT. Black Bayadare and. .Fancy Plaid Silks, Figured and plain Merinoes, in all colors, French Wool DeLaines, in beautiful designs, Manchester and Pacific Cashmeres and De Laines, Rep Nepolitans, MourniHg Thibit Cloths, Coburgs, BombazinesAlpacas, Luvellas_, English and American 4-4 Chintz Ginghams, Boque_'anc other new s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

_(S_^One of the. Marshals taking the census in _Kush township, Northumberland county, called at the house of Eredflriok:Ka gemaQ,;aud found tbe old genpieman, who is just one hundred years old, busy, mending a rake, to take np some oats which he bad cradled a few days,previous. His wife, who is ninety years of age, was sitting by his side, engaged _injh _. e old fashioned employment of "knitting." : C_^_JatneS Sotton J_^liott, an alleged defaulter inland_^ fogitiue from England, whose case gave rise to some litigation in the courts in New York about twelve month.ago, died in that city a few days since, in .great,penury. He was in the _custody of the sheriff at the time of his death. . .... 43* Within foTr/miles of VVilhamsport_, Fa\, there are twenty-five steam sawmills, containing in* *he aggregate about oiie thousand saws, with a capacity for cnttmg at least one hundred thousand feet Of lumber in five days. * --._'-' .- • —-—•• ' • : —— ' l/<yOld Abe's claims te» dist...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

^*Among those who _rsndered valuable assistance, along the beach of the lake, in recovering the bodies of the lost passengers of the Lady Elgin, was a noble Newfoundland dog, who utterly refused any reward in the shape of caresses from bystanders, snapping and snarling at them when they offered them. _^"In Troy, recently, a large rat incautiously put his foot into the mouth of an oyster. No sooner had he done so, however, than the oyster closed upon him, and held him so tightly that attention was attracted by the noise, and the unlucky vermin quickly dispatched. • m _^"Washington City contains 61,400 inhabitants, which is an increase since 1850 of 21,399. The whole of the District of Columbia contains a population of 75,365, against 51,687 in 1859. The _number of slaves is 3231, against 3687 in 1850—a decrease of 456. _^"Gov. Banks will go Chicago in a few'days; to make arrangements for the removal of his family, and for the assumption of his new duties. His family will remove...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

J?y-rJL _ZJudl. & jUuitcfi &j ,/.,, JUST RECEIVED BY DIFFENBACH, No. Cl Market Street, Marietta, Pi. TS now placing on his shelves and _read y f,,r I examination ' and sale, the largrst and best Sleeted stock of FALL and WIN _ThR Con,,, ever oHered in this borongh, to which he _uuw invites tbe attention of the public. New Styles Dress Goods, Superior makes of Silks, A large assortment of Calicos Extra quality Muslins, all prices, Best make of Flannels, do A large stock of Shawls, Plain and Barred Sack'd FlanncN_. Purchasers are invited to examine onr.stork . as we are confident _«ve can show them tho _bo_«t stylos at the lowest prices, in connection with the _largest stock of domestic goods. Satinetts and Cassimeres, Bleached and Unbleached Muslins. Delaines, Calicos and Ginghams, ',. Drillings, Sheetings and Checks, Pant Stuff, Hickory and Tickings, Best makes of Canton Flannels, Splendid Calicos for six cents _. Good quality Muslin, six centa, Plarn and Fig...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

¦ f .V'-._dFim GOVEBKOB, ANDREW _». CURTIN,.of Cestre _Gotrrm €€WJNT_¥' TK3EET. _,• *. . i Fon Congress. t TH_^DDEU,S STEVENS, City. _^ ,, Fob State Senator. . * wtLtiAM Hamilton, Paradise, JOHN A. HlESTAND, City. ' ^^Foe the Legislature. ' .•.•-! _Joseph Hood, Bart Township, « Micua el Ob kr, West Donegal, John M. Stehma,n, Penn, Henry M. White, City. _ffc Sheriff, ' ! S. W. P. _Bom _. '&iM. v- - rfA •: for Pr6thondtary>, Peter Martin, Ephrate_. For* Register, _Georoe C. Hawthorn, it/anor. - , . Epr Recorder, , George Wuixsoiir JSsdstury. For Cleric of Quarter Sessions, Hejtrt _Mvsszv., ' Strasburg. For Mark bf Orphans' Court, SAM ' VSL Mi' Mtbrs, Mount Joy. ' For County Commissioner , John Doner, Minor,-.For Directors'Of the Poor, William, S. Martin, Coleraine, Abraham. H. Metzgar, Cones toga, Israel Z_^rtman, Elizabeth. •' " 'For Pfis ' on Inspectors, Jacob B. Brvbaker, Mountjoy Twp., -' ¦ Pmxlip W_* _Housekeeper, Drumore. ¦ , For Coroner, Daniel Bauwr, Eliza...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

Notice. NOTICE is Hereby Given, that the second instalment of the Capital Stock of '• The Marietta and Maytown Turnpik* Road Company, " amounting to FIVE DOLLARS per share, is required to be paid to the Treasurer, at his residence , on or before the 15th day of October next; and the third instalment of like amount, at the same place, on or before the 1st day of November next. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD. Marietta , September 22, 1860-3L . For the Building of a Toll House. SEALED proposals will be received up to October 1st.by the _undersigned, for the building 0/ a Toll House, etc., in accordance with another plan and specifications, which can be seen by calling at the residence of Sep. 22,1860. J. W. CLARK, Sec_' y. "1 rr BARRELS Prime New-York Apples, _|_{r) fresh from the orchards just received and for sale at WOLFE'S. Apples always on hand. We have contracted with, 0 ne of the most extensive Fruit dealers, in Philadelphia, for our Fall supply of Apples and Peaches, so there will b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

_4VThe Adriatic arrived at New York oh ttie 24th instant, with later news from _Eofdpd. "'The intelligence, though exffreitiety important, has evidently been _rftftfclpKldd In the mind's of our readers aa a necessary consequence of preceding cfetttifel "_^Francis II has fled from Italy, and Garibaldi is Dictator of Naples.— The Liberator entered the capital of Naples" on the 8th of September, accompanied _tfnly "by hi9 staff, amid the nianifestatidnsfof-the most intense enthusiasm. _(larihaldi trAnsferred the fleet and ar senal of Naples _*into the hands ot the adniifal " df_J the Sardinian fleet, arrtf pro-*HiiSStl< Yictor Bmroannel King of Italy. TbelOng, in his abdication, was accompanied by the Papa! Nuncio, and many of h ' _is Cabinet.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

The _Prince's Car.—The car to be used by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, in carrying Baron Renfrew and his suite from Cincinnati to Baltimore, via Crestline, Pittsburg_, and Harrisburg, was sent westward, to meet the distinguished party for whose use it is intended. The car is arranged in compartments with' sitting-room, sleeping couches, dining-room, closets, &c,, and at one end is an open verandah, which will accommodate a dozen persons with seats, affording a fine opportunity to view the road and surrounding country. It is said to be the most beautiful car on any of the roads in the Statesj and for this reaBonit has been tendered and accepted for the use of the Prince and his suite.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 29 September 1860

_yl_^Bed jis the fashionable color now <jguppng > the .ladies of Paris. We see, gays a< letter, black ¦ mosquetaire bats, bordered with red, and decorated with a ._je.d, .,(feather; the * red flannel under-skirt is displayed by the dress being tucked np. a la PornpadouMn festoons; the red stockings set off-to advantage the pretty turned ankle*, and Parisian black bottine. JBbis _efostwme *f teas become the vogue from "baying been adopted by the Erapress in her rovings on the 3ea-side at _Btartita. The'brilliant color is pecnliitiHj adapted for displaying to advan tage the? beautifully fair complexion of her

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