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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

_$g° Hon. Galusha A. Grow, formerly Speaker of the House of Representatives, although not subject to the drafti some time ago furnished a white representativa for the army. He was in Alexandria last week, and it so happened that he was present at the mustering in of a colored company. Feeling anxious to contribute once more towards putting down the rebellion, he asked of the colored persons present if there was one among them who wonld like to represent him in the army. He had hardly asked the question before it was answered in the affirmative, "I will." What is your name ? asked the gentleman from Pennsylvania. "William Cullen Bryant," was the answer. Wm. Cullen Bryant was then called forward and received the three hundred dollars bounty from Mr. Grow's own hand.

Publication Title: Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

_Igf It is the general belief that Richmond will fall before the first of November. It is also well-known that it is at the mercy of Grant whenever he shall give the order to advance.—The reason why the order is not " given is his great desire to save life, and with the wellgrounded h ope that the city can be fores d to capitulate, as was the case with Vicksburg ; or the rebel army outflanked, as was itbe case with Atlanta. A high officer sent over'here by Napoleon, who has been with Grant for a considerable time, expressed the other, day, while in Philadelphiaa confidentopinion to this effect. He said, in so many words, that Richmond * was completely in the power of the Lieutenant-Generai whenever he chose to take possession.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

_^- A dispatch Chicago, October 6, says :—This evening Dr. Faris, a notorious Virginia traitor, residing here shot, without provocation,- George W. McK ibbins, a returned soldier of the Twenty-fifth Illinois, killing him instantly. Henry McKibbins, brother of the deceased, wa3 also wounded. The outraged comrades of the deceased pursued Faris to the bouse of Dr. Luman, another notorious rebel; they surrounded the house and demanded the surrender of Faris. Luman surrendered the murderer, when the exasperated soldiers put twenty bullets through him. The outraged community refuBed to let the traitor be buried from either of the churches.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

fkfgamttm F. L. _gaker, Editor. MARIETTA. PA : _gfcLlusdaU_;, &ctcLu_* 15, iSbA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

_jgr The New York Herald, the great pro-slavery organ, thus admitsthe death of slavery, in the following sensible paragraph : "All discussion of the question of slavery during this political canvass is _useless. It is a dead issue, and we are live men. It wqnld be just as sensible to drag the old tariff question, or the old Maine-liquor law question into the present contest. We have gone beyond all these little controversies, and are brought face to face with the great national issue of Union or no Union. That is the question which must decide the Presidential election, The slavery question has nothing to do with it."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

Bounty-Jumpers.—The Government is initiating a vigorous policy in reference to bounty jumpers. Some seventy of them were brought to New York on Wednesday from Elmira_, and placed in the Castle Garden barracks, to await the further action of the Government. It is stated that decisive and stringent measures will betaken in regard to them, so as _(o prevent others from following so reprehensible a course. * It is further stated that they will be sent to General Grant's headquarters, where they will be placed in the front line of battle at the first engagement which may take place.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

_f_^" Francis P. Blair, Sr., is out in a letter to the editor of the National Intelligencer, exonerating the President from any knowledge of or participating in his advances to General McClellan to resume his position in the army. He (Blair) proposed to General McClellan to write to the President, asking him to give him a command, add thereby set at rest the charges that he had conducted the war for the purpose of securing the Presidential prize. H_§ told McClellan to rise above selfish purposes, and come out boldly for his country. But he didn't.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

_iggT The poisonous character of the iqnors sold at the present day was illus.-irated iu the case of a negro who died it Philadelphia the other day of intemperance. A post-mortem examination _ivas made, and when the abdomen was laid open it was found that by the direct lotion of liquor, the membrane lining the stomach bad been corroded and eaten through. The mucous membrane of the viscera was so nearly destroyed that the victim, may be literally said to be "eaten" by poisoned and "doctored" liquor. — -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

Gen. Kearney's- Protest.—When McClellan issued his extraordinary order for retreat to Harrison's Landing, after the battle of Malvern Hill, the noble and gallant old Democrat, Kearney, exclaimed to the officers around him : "I Philip Kearney, an old officer, enter my solemn protest against this order for retreat; we ought instead of retreating, to follow up the enemy and take Richmond. And ia full view of all the responsibility of such a declaration, I say to you all, such an order can only be prompted by cowardice and treason !"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

Fort Scjmter Sinking.—The Tribune's Washington special, Sept. 13th, says_. Col. Dana, 143d Pa. regiment, who has just returned from under fire at Charleston, reports that he was assured by parties who had been out to Fort Snmtei that it was rapidly settling, and in a very short time, it was believed, water would enter the lower tier of embrazures. It is a fact well known to our engineers that this fortification was erected on quite a thin point of sand, which strata of sand rested upon a soft pulpy mass of debris. •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

¦ _^g* Mr. Cyrus . McCormick,reputed inventor of the reaping machine, is vaun. ted as one of the eminent gentlemen who support the cause of McClellan and Disunion. The Chicago Tribune proves, however, that Mr. McCormick is neither a good patriot nor a genuine inventor. It seems that Mr. McOormick took the most valuable part of the reaping machine from Obed Hussey, and that the United States Circuit Courtordered him to pay for it, and enjoined him from robbing Mr. Hussey thereafter.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

_®r A letter from Gen. Meade's army, relating to the advance by the centre of the army near Petersburg, mentions the following incident; "A shell from one of the enemy's batteries grazed General Meade's boot leg to-day ; took a piece from the tail of General Humphrey's horse and entered the ground between Generals Bartlett and Griffin. Fortunately it did not explode, else I should probably have had to chronicle a loss which the army could but ill afford."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

«§¦ The. McClellan and Fendleton ticket reminds ,us of the unfortunate dog in Muncbausen's story, who, while running at full speed, came against a tree with such force as to split himself from snout to tail. Munchausen says he clapped the two halves together and they united, but inadvertently two legs were up and two legs were down. The running gear of the Chicago ticket was similarly botched, and now they insist on taking the dog apart.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

Baltimore Oyster Trade.—It has been ascertained that the number of persons, white and colored, employed in the city of Baltimore, in opening , and handling oysters is 7300, and that the number engaged in procuring and bringing oysters to market is 5200, making a total of 12,500 persons employed in the oyster trade. The number of vessels engaged in bringing oysters to market is set down at 600. The crop of oysters for the season is said to be very large and of fine quality generally.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

Ijg" Father James _Hannesy was drafted in the drawing for the Sixth Ward, Detroit, and his many friends at once came around him and preparations were made to get him a substitute. Father Hennesy said, "No, I cannot permit this. My country has called upon me for personal service, and I will have no other man to go for me. I will take rey own place in the army." Here is an example worthy of the cloth, and the rest of mankind.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

_< m :—: ¦ _fi_^" Bi3hop Potter, of New York, in a late address to his diocese, said he fully appreciated the horrors of war, but he sometimes felt there was one place where patriotism could not die, and that was among the brave and heroic men' who face death to save their country. He said the unhallowed rebellion must. be put down, if we, as a nation, expect to have the respect of the nations of the earth.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

— .... _. -_^_v_^ _&T George _Heffuer, a drafted man, has been sentenced by the military commission in Baltimore to be confined at hard labor upon Government works-for the term of ten years, on the following charges: First, with having joined the rebel army after he had been drafted by the United States government; ' Second, with having concealed and protected one C. H. Marsch, a rebel soldier in Damestown, Md., and acting as a spy.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

_^g- Let the people those counties wherein the Union vote is apparently decreased, wait till the soldier's vote is announced. From the Democratic counties, which have sent few men to the war, are the heaviest majorities against the Union. Eight out of every ten Pennsylvanians in' the ' army will vote the Union ticket, and great gains will be made in districts now reported to have lost.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

f_£* Quarterly meeting next Sabbath (to-morrow) in the Methodist church, in this place. Preaching in the morning at 10_£ o'clock, by. the Pastor, Rev. Mr. Gregg, and at 7 o'clock in the evening, by Rev. Dr. Castle, P. B., of Philadelphia. Dr. Castle is an able divine. Go and hear him. The Choir, led by Dr. Worrall, will discourse very fine music, and will compare very favorably with any other in the State. t ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 15 October 1864

? ? _f_^ Daniel S. Dickinson presided at a 1 Union meeting at Binghampton, on the 20th ult., and made a speech, in which he said that '_*as he craved mercy at the final retribution, he hoped to God that, when the last sun went down oq the rebellion, its next rising might not be upon a single human fetter unbroken in our broad Union," and he wanted the _, reporters to take that down.

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