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F. L. Baker, Editor.
MARIETTA. PA :
Sattfraa9 Vorning, s)eeeNbet. 16, 1865,
gir Robert Dale Owep, esq , has writ
ten an able letter to the New York
Post, in favor of making certain amend
ments to the United States Constitution
so as to render intelligence the •basis of
our republican system. His suggestions
are that race and color shall be uo die
qualifications for voting, but that only
those who are able to read the Coosti
tution of the United States elan be
qualified to vote for Presideut'and Vice
President, and members ' , it' Congress ;
further, that the people shell vote direct.
ly for President and Vice President,
thee dispensing with the Electoral Col
lege system. Mr. Owen says he has
reason to believe that these important
propositions will be introduced in the
early days of the present session of
Congress by one of its ablest members,
and that they will lind favor in high
or When Ministei Ward was in
China, a clergyman who was :with the
embassy had'occiaion to get his coat
and pAntaloone both mended before ap
pearing at Pekin ; they wage so much
patched and darned by a long residence
in a land of scarcity of tailors and high
prices, that they were not fit to be seen ;
and at Canton he left them to have a
new snit made. Be received at the ap
pointed time new garmeata, with every
darn and patch so accurately true to the
old clothes, that nothing but the great
er strength of the new cloth could de
termine one from the Other. The tailor
had unluckily conceived that the darns
and patches were so many emblems of
the clergyman's .profession.
sir A colored Loan named DUCIC1111801:1
gained some:notoriety as an artist at
Cincinnati, a few years ago, but be was
so coldly treated that he concluded. to
leave the country. He went first to
Canada, and then to Scotland, where he
has been received with favor, and his
paintings successfully exhibited.: He
has been invited to visit London by the
Duchess of Sutherland and the Duchess
of Ease:, who will'be his patrons. He
has also received a letter from tae poet
laureate Tennyson, inviting him to visit
him at his home in the lsle of. Wight.
sur Patrick Fietniug, one of the mut.-
defers now in jail under sentenae of
death in Chicago, his sold his body for
1150, to a well kunwn'suigeon, for dissec
tion, in one . of the Medical Colleges.
When approanhed 1;oy the surgeon with
'the offer, Fietaitig replied that the
money would - do him no good, as be
could not vend it. The Doctor made
the cool reply that he could buy a new
slut of clothes to be hung iu. This idea
struck Fleming-favorably, and be imme
diately deeded his.earthly• tenement to
the Burgeon. • - • • -
sr An elopement from 4dianopoliii,
which lately took .place, bas as usual ,
borne disagreeable fruit- young And
headstrong girl, daughter of one of the
"ilrst tamiiies," persisted, despite , the
protests snit entreaties of the parents,
in marrying • wild young blade. She
eloped, married, returned, was reconciled
discovered au incompatibility of temper,
was divorced, and,is !wain in the market
after a brief period of iwo mouths. Ra
ther a rapid experience, -even for, this
fast age, ; fora Aim in her ,"teens."
The New Bodford Mercury tells
story of the •height of economy-bor
dering on meanness." A. man of . im
mense wealthia : one of our large cities
was sick. Atilength; after some weeks
of illness, be,,,diti during the hours of
night. A child, only, heir to , his vast
estate, sat by the "-window, .the next
morning, 'watching the advent, of the
physician. As he approached the beluga,
the bereaved one lifted the sash and
cried out, "it's all• over, doctor; you
needn't come in."
sr There are on our army and navy
lists a general, colonel, lieutenant colon.
el, and several. surgeons, natives_of the
Sandwich Is:ands, who volunteered to
fight for the Union cause on the first
call for meo, and it'is claimed that the
two thousand Anieficane residitig on
these islands, gaVe`more to the Sanitary
Commission,. in Evoportion to chair own
bars and means, thaik.any gommunity
tbaAnited Sltes. ,
The,, country Louisville
and Nashville is ;,perfectly ,ali4e ,with
wild pigeons. , The yeomen of Kentucky
aod..Tenneesee nes-gaping rich.trvests,
from the innumerable roosts akin the
line of the railroad. One night'last
week the pig:lois - thronged upon the
Green rivetkitidgein such weighty ntitii
berel.hai the Agity...ol Ant flatinAtre
was AlikPerillek- , • -
About Iva hondred-aziladghty Masai
orritiO pow itooskalumi '14. 4
Int Mara fit a Nut-Sbtil
A few weeks ago a man named Ste
phens, who was the " Head Centre " or
principal chief of the Fenians in Ire
land, was arrested and east into prison,
but by the connivance, doubtless, of
some of the prison officials, he made his
escape, and np to the last dates bad not
been re-arrested. So important was
this capture considered that the British
Government have offered a reward of
$5OllO for his capture, and.slsoo and a
pardon to any one for information that
may result in his capture.
Charles Shaw, his wife and only child
were drowned while skating,on Pleasant
Pond, in Croville, near Bangor. Maine,
on Friday. Also
o three sons of Mr.
Banker, of Franklin Maine, were drown
ed on Thursday ina pond while skating.
Venturing upon ice before it was strong
enough, in their eagerness for the sport,
was the cause of these melancholy
In the cage of the United States vs.
the Greenwood plantation property of
Braxtql Bragg, the granted delay hav
ing expired and no defence having been
filed, the court ordered, on motion of
the district attortfey, that all persons
interested in said property be consider
ed in default, and the property be con
demned and sold for the benefit of the
Henry Wilson, just now under arrest
at Genesee, N. Y., proves to have been
the murderer of Mrs. Lewis, of Lancas
ter, New York, in 1864, and of Herr
Burton, Esq., at Rochester, the put
summer. Both thue murders have
hitherto been involved in mystery.
A. recent emigrant to Liberia gives a
glowing description of the country. He
says, "The climate is delightful, the
mercury ranging from 66 to 80, the sun
rises and eels about 6 o'clock, and varies
but little during the year. The most
beautiful flowers are in bloom during the
- Hon. George W. Julian, M. C., of
Indiana, while waiting for the cam in
the depot at Richmond,' Indiana, was
knocked down and cowhided by Sol. Mar
editb,Evq., who was defeated for Coo
meg last - tlection by Mr. Julian.
In response to inquiries from Major
General Pope'the Secretary of War re
plies that the deserters whose regiments
are still in service on the plains will be
dishonorably discharged without pay or
The rebel officer who drove off Gen.
Franklin and his fifteen thousand men
at Sabine. Texas, hi now a s barkeeper at
Houston, where he will kill more men
than be ever did in the rebel service.
The Lower House of the Missouri
Legislature has adopted a resolution de
claring Jeffersen Davis an ,unfit subject
for executive - clemency, and that be
should, suffer the penalty of the law.
There ere seventy thousand kernels Of
corn in a bushel ; two hundred,and fifty
four thousand apple seed in a buihel :
and over fourteen thousand seeds in an
Mr. Lewis Buehler, of the Union Ho
tel, Tamaqua, inherits 4750.900 by the
death of a relative in Germany. \
brother, Charles ithehler, porter bottler
of Harrisburg, inherits a simitar amount.
When a optional bank receives its
charter it must pay. into the United
States Treasury a sum equal ,to. its au
thorized circulation, so that •whetherAt
fails or not its notes will always be pay
The Freedmen's Bureau has just re
ceived intelligence that a ; certain -judge
in Anne Arundel co., Md.,recantly sen
tenced a black woman to be sold into
slavery for two years. What twit?,
United States Tretwarer,' General
Spinner, received OAP= of one cent
from a bigger, asiiis, the boggar's mite,
towardspaying the national debt.
The grand jury in. Chicago has indict
ed-all the proprietors of the slaughter
houses, and soap factories in that city
who create nuisances.
Mrs. D. P. Bowers, it is stated by the
Baltimore Transcript, has purchased
fifty acres of land near Baltimore, and
contemplates erecting , thereon a fine
Ueneral Withers, Mayor elect of Mo
bile. has been notified that lie , will ,
be allowed to assume his Office until
pardoned by ths President.
Comptroller Clark, of the Currency
Bureau, has decided that ladies cannot
lot as directors of national banks, as
the lime do not reCogaize them u Citi:
,It ie understood the nonetitntOnality
of tbe sat of Congme preeen . ting the
tAlt„Olith, .now before
Court, on the-application of A. A. Gas
land, of Arkansas.
Major General Boiler and Major•Qen.
oral Dix have resigned, or rather . tbaitr
resignations, which , have 'bean
hands of the President inr soma months
have been accepted.
41..0010ted matt siii-suioalooodlto sit'
on a.jnr, iii Olovohlisd, OW/ last week
but his whitihoollesgoetralaiing to sit
with hiorrlitroros discharged'.
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TlAhaftroi! etmts! ..141 1 4-4 1 #00. on- h.
* y ew ip 011 iblahOtaskitolug-i.
t -*''THE MARIETTIAN.
THE Elomits or JACKSON AND %WM.
—"The Hermitage," or what was once
the home of President Jackson, is rapid
ly going to decay. It stands without a
tenant, and the only:article of fulrnitare
it, contains, is an old arm chair, which
report has it, did once belong to Gener
al Washington. Adjacent to the house
in a rudely built log hut, lives an old
negro and his wife, formerly belonging
to General Jackson. The sacred tomb
of-the soldier statesman and his wife, is
in a corner , ofthe garden. It is in the
form of a Temple of Liberty. One of
the large stones covering the remains
has-sunk down, and like the rent of the
premises is ioihg n to,ruin. The garden,
once so beautiful, is over grown with
weedy and grass. The fionces.are,nearly
all'down and totten ; in fact, all is des.
elation. The property was left to an
adopted son, a nephew of General Jack
son, who sold it to the Commonwealth
oVennessee, its owner still.
"Marshfield," thii honie of Webster,
is quite a watering place, and is becom
ing more so every summer. Hence the
mansion is much resorted to. The (am :
ily having charge of the farm admit vis
itors to the library containing some
4,000 volumes; to the parlors filled
with curiosities that were presented to
Mr. Webster; to "the chamber where
the good man net his fate ; " and to the
grounds, on the receipt of a small
The house is just as Mr. Wplaster left
it; a spaciOus one of wood, painted
white, and with green blinds. It is
quite far from the street, in the style , of
an Englishman's home, and his ,th'at
magniticeutoold elm tree beside it, as
formerly. None of the %abater name
now reside at " Marshfield," though the
widow of the late Colonel 'Fletcher
Webster usually spends a month or two
on the farm. The place wfll soon be
owned by Ashburton Webster, a grand
son of Daniel, or as soon as he is of age.
He is connected with the United Statea
Navy, and promises to be worthy of the
name.: Daniel Webster. who bears the
great name of his grandfather, and a
son of Col. Fletcher Webster, is now ,
there, and apparently in the last stages
of a fatal disease.. As most know, none
of Mr. Webster's children are living ;
and but three grandchildren of his
name t .the two, already mentioned, and_
their,sister. There are also four grand
children by the , name, of, Appleton, Oil-,
dren of his much loved daughter Julia.
All his children are.uried Est pie in
the family tomb.
A STRANGICFACT.—An exchange. pa-
per says that Mr. Seward bad been kept
in ignorance of the attack on the Presi
,dent, ids physician fearing that- the
shock would be too great' for 'him to
bear, and all newspapers were rigidly
excluded from his room. On the Sunz'
day following the assassination, the Sec
retary had the bed wheeled around so
that be &gild see the tops of the trees
in the park opposite, just putting on the
spring-foliage; when his eye caught , the
stars and stripes_ at half mast 'on the
War Department, DO which be- gazed
awhile, then turning- to his 'attendant,'
said :-. l The Preeddent is dead I" The
confused. attendant 'stammered' • and
changed calor as- be "tried to say nay,
but the sagacious old man said ; " If he
had been alive he would linve been the
first to call on me ; but he has not been
here, nor has be sent to know'how.l am,
and there's the flag at half mast." The
old statematesinductive reason hadtold
'the truth, and 6e lay in silence, the
great tears coursing down his gashed
cheeks, as the: dreadful. truth %sank into
JEFF. Davis:—A despatch from Wash
ington saYs-that the grounds being tak
en by the Southern press and many of
their loaders that they have- '.comtnitted
no crime, but had the right to ' make
war upon the Union, has annoyed the
President no little, and there are indi
cations for the last day or two that his
purpose to let Jeff. Davis off will be
abandoned._ The pressure from every
Congressman who has seen him is 'very
strong for jtistice . ; they demanding that
it shall be placed beyond cavil that a
million of men have not shed their
blood vain ; that it'cin only'be' done
by the iicaffold.
it The'day- fixed' upon for the execu
tion.of liars—Martha Grinder, condem
ned to death at Pittsburg, Pa., for pois
oning iiwoman,is on the 19th of Jana•
i ary.. When the sheriff went to her cell
to announce tbe ; fact to her o . ibei ClDfor-,
tpnate woman, divining his object, sank
down upon her couch and -sobbed bit
terly. When be read the warrant ebe
gave wey to violent grief, and pr .tested.
her Innocence in vehement language.
After the reading her strength•gave way
and she fainted. . ,
sir The extraordinary story started'
shout a socket courtship and marriage
existing bet Ween the, celebrated . Arctio
elpiorer, Dr.'Knne; and one of the Miss
FOxis,' of Rochester-knockingn fatne,'
will soon receive fresh and - conclusive'
developentents 'in the' publibation, by'
Carleton. of a full history of this - singu
lar connection, to ge th er with correspon
dance. pOrtraits and fac•siiiidelettOrs,
-entitled "The Love Life of Dr. Kline."'
or A merolgikt, -who started- in -busk
mescia - NAP TATl'`w„ . ilpftv pars figootitb
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Ut :ST a:l4, MeatD4 Sten
R A u
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eater Lain consteuntron 'hand at
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S C HENCK'S MANDRAKE 1411,,Li,
FOR LIVER COAIPLIIxT.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOtd
If yout bowels are costive,
If you have worms,
If your breath is bad. THEM
If you feel drowsy,TßY THEIL
If you are low spirited.THEß
If you have a sick headache.
If you have taken a drop too !T wo,
TAKE A FULL DOSE.
They only cost TO cents a box,
Blue Vass, and other preparations of Iln
eurp, actually prouuce more slifferlog
death than the diseases which they Nf etst4
cure. And vet this corrosive mineral
flounced toy the allopathic doctors, is p ry,
bed by them almost universs'ly in Lly tte _
plaint, Consumption,of Lungs, li t 411 '
THE NIANDRUCE PILLS
are composed entisely of carts ail he r b s
tamed from the great storehDave of Nato,
and their.salutary encts will appear a l
as the medicine is brol4ht to the test or a f i ,
experiment SC ti ENEICS KANDR.IgI
PILLS do not produce at y nativ a or siene4
of the atomics?) ; but when given for Dy l p, t ,
sia, it may b e proper to ula them is comet.
tion with SCJIENCK'i SEAWEED T.)NI(,
By this judicious treatmen' the digestive f R .
ulties are speedi'y restored to their full vio ,
and the worst cases of indigestion may
When we reflect that the liver is OP l aw
internal organ of the body, that to it 131541.
ed the important duty of filtering the by sf
and prepanng the bite, that it is subject I s
many disorders, and that when it is dew
or inactive the whole body suffers synsit st
ically, It is not surprising that a rsed, t2 ,
which, can restore the healthy operations
the Liver should produce wonderful ellsoss
in the general health, a•ii effect cures et
may appear to be almost miraculous, fi n d,
ache of long continuance, severe pains in.!
side, breast and shoulders, aching of the sms,
a feeling of general weakness all wre!cie,.
ness, and other alarming and distressinm as .
to "Is, indicative of imperfect or dianderela.
Lion o f the liver, are speedily removed by ly e
use of SCIIE:NCR'S MANDRAKE PILLS,
Costiveness, piles. biller or nor etsetttn;
and that indescribable feeling of eppren4
mental anxiety, it.ngeor, lethargr enj
pression of spirits, which unfit a man Mr Ch
management of business and the enjlymnitd
life, are all relieved by the use of
MANDR IKE PILLS:
DA- &HE rrcx.— Dear : ta'.ep!eiim
in sending you a rertificaie in aldnion ti
many you have already receiriol from •ife.
ing humanity. I can scarcely &id !sins,
sufficiently strong to expiese my ?twit
gratification of the yrnii,lerfol cares
NIANDItAKE PILLSand SE.A.IS ' EE'J:dt
IC have effected in the entire core or
the most stubborn Cases of the affiTtalo is r
liver. Fur three years 1 suffered teyoc, cc
acription ' • all my frcechls. as .
came to the conclusion that my time. :
life was short . Such wss terou'e c •
Lion to which I was ledu:A . .l mist lice
had bec ,me a burtheri; coy ail
in a state of inflarrun 'than ; I c 9 iJ a) ,
could nut sleep; my wU.).e 9r.1 • Wl4
with pain ; awl wen.d arias
and ankles, renderiog them „:co
On several occasions I w.c,s Wtsecei
rush of blood to the 110 ad,
me to the groutA, aid I :•.
away for dead. I apdike,l to e
physicians of our wy, „nzhte: :
the medicines that they t:. )441: ,c):,
my case, bat of no avail.
One of them said he co,i'.d do :13 m—
me, and advised me, as a lag los)rt,
cod iiker oil. Not relish' z,
declined to take it. Accent ,
tisement in my Ilaudl. I cit , lel , Iy3. •
examined me and told me the oitor ,
disease. You then ordered the
Tonic with an observance of diet, P- , Z
your word that in one were i WY P
self another man. I follawr.: you 1. , ze,
and, as you predicted, an ;it
etTectea. I continued put PL'A not i'
for sortie time, and my.v
goodness, and your in:alun . CP
am once mole restorP.l n, v-irct
most earnestly recromme: , l
suffering from affection I the liver
your Pills and Panic r ,sl7 '•
will be effected. I have sera many'
to you. and they have all been Cre!.
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Price of the PUIIII0:11C Syru ) E.r.l
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