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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

_$tn, _Jtaxtt _xno StiMSois. The general reader wilt doubtlesB be surprised to learn that within the past month not less than seven thousand wounded soldiers have been received in Baltimore from the Valley of Virginia —nearly all having been injured in the fights conducted by General Sheridan. Generally Bpeaking the wounds are not of a serious character, and it is hoped that after a few monthB earefnl nursing •n our admirably managed hospitals, they will be able once more to take the field. S _pecimtns of a new style of fractional currency, to supersede that now in circulation, have been prepared at the Treasury Department, and every effort will be made to guard against counterfeiting, which prevails to a large extent with the present issues. It is probable that the new currency will be o'f different sizes, graduated according to the several _deaominationn. In Paris, one of the most celebrated actresses of the day baa given notice of her intention of bringing a lawsuit again...

Publication Title: Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

HP An absence, for the past week, in Philadelphia and New York mnst be oar apology for any short _cemraioga this week. - '¦¦«»?¦ _$_y The _Oolnmbia Bank is about to be merged into a National Bank. The following are the new directors: Dr. Barton Evans, Pres't; Geo. W. ttebaffy, John W. Clark, Samuel Massleman, Henry Hinkle_, Jacob C. Stoner, Cornelius Tyson, Kudolph _Wiftiams. JameB Myers, Geo. Bogle, E. K. Smith, David 'Wilson. Jacob LI. Bnber. _©-The Farmer's Bank of Mount Joy baa alao taken the necessary steps to bring it within the provisions of the act of the Pennsylvania Legislature enabliog the banks of the Commonwealth tobecome associations nnder the provisions of the National Bunking Law. m m f9* James Moss, of Colombia,, who had a wager with Bowery _Erisman of the tame place, on the result of the late Presidential election, sawed, on Tuesday morning last, in front of Erisman's restaurant, a cori of wood, surrounded) by a large and mirth-provoking crowd. ?» _sjgr Henry M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

iST A few guerillas are reported to have crossed the Potomac, and the people of some of tbe lower counties of tbe State have made ample preparation to meet an; little raids these _ruffians may intend. In connection with this fact, we are glad to notice that the immediate enrolment of the Pennsylvania militia has been ordered. This is the very time to attend to military organization ; when danger comes it is too late. _J_3_T The subject of universal language is dow exciting _considerable attention in England. A code of symbols ha§ been invented, which ia declared infallible. Tbe symboU are tbirty-foor in number, and have been tried is most cf the European and Oriental languages. It is said that a person of common intelligence and education can learn them _ie a few day's stndy. _fsT Recently in New Orleans, a man, to all appearances dead, was sent to &Q emb&Imer_'_s. The embalmer made tbe usual incisions when, to his astonishment, the blood began to flow. And in a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

_CT_'The Louisville Journal states that when the guerrillas made an attack ou the train on the Lexington railroad, lately, Hon. Montgomery Blair, who waa a pa?_seDger, took a child from it8 mother's arms, stepped from the cars with the bright, cherub pressed to his bosom, claimed to be the father of tbe roBy-cheuked darliucr_, waa very tender and solicitous in regard to its welfare, and played hia part so well that the guerrillas passed him by—tbe ex-member of the Cabinet thus escaping capture. •_ST General McClelian, having apparently resigned.all ambition for tbe Presidency or the command of the army, is about to be presented as a candidate for the United States Senate in the Legislature of New Jersey. If his political friends prove true to him, bis election is almost certain ; but we may be pardoned if we doubt their fidelity to the personal service of one who so unfortunately has failed to serve them. In the Senate General McClellan's statesmanshio can be tested. •_jyTbe r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

The Saturday Evening Post.—This is one of the oldest and best weeklies there ia. It is a first class literary p&. per, and arrays weekly its solid and qq. _merous columns of choice literature, in. eluding Stories, Sketches, Poetry, E9. says, Anecdotes, and everything of an interesting character designed to in. struct and amuse. A family of children who read a good literary paper weekly, can scarcely fail to become more _cok;. vated and intelligent under its influence , therefore we say subscribe for tbe Post . A Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machine Premium will be given under tbe following circumstances: Twenty copies , one rear, and tbe Sewing MacbiDe, $70.00, Thirty copies, one year, and ibe Sewing Machine, $85.00, Forty copie?. one year, and the bowing _aiacouie. $_^00.00. Tbe paper will be sent to different post offices if desired. The names and money bhould be forwarded as rapidly as obtained, when tbe tvhuU amount of money is received, the Sewing Machine will be forwa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

_tF A boy thirteen years old died in _Chichester_, N. H., recently, who weighed 385 pounds. . It took,L115fjfeet of boards to make his coffin. It was so large that it could not be taken into the house. The corpse was bound upon timber and carried to the coffin outside the house.¦¦¦ - «»•» : — 0_> A regiment of soldiers passed through Oovington_, Ky., a few day* ago, th* members of which were worth $1,500,000, when our currency was at a par value with gold. It was the One Hundred and Seventeenth United States (colored,) Regiment. ?» •¦ ,—. 0* Lieutenant .Gushing, who performed the daring feat of blowing up the rebel ram Albermarle, ia said to be only twenty-two years of age, and this is the third time he has distinguished himself by adventures of great peril. He means tolmakeja name for himself. Car A man in Chicago who had acquired the bad habit of taking drinks and not paying for _tnem_._Ewas recently shot dead* by a bar-tender to settle the accoant. 0- Cap*. Winslow of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

40* borne rebel guerillas have crossed the Potomac, evidently with the pur. pose to plunder the border, the citizens of _Chambersburg held a large meeting und organized three full companies for defence, one of which will be armed by its members with first-class repeating rifles. Companies were also _promptly organized in _Greencastle, Waynesboro, and _Mercersburg_, and nil will he eom ' pletely armed. The people on the border are fully prepared for plundering raids, and they will make short work of any guerillas who fall Into their hands. SJ9* The U. S. steamer Tulip exploded her b oiler on the Potomac, on Friday, and out of rixty-fire persons on board only ten escaped. _CT A report is received that General Canby was assassinated on the White River, on the 6th instant. Be was Bhot through the body. He is recovering. (_fiT In England the Bible is now supplied fer twelve cents, the New Testament for four cents, the Gospels for two cents each. |0* Lieut. Gov. Jacobs, of Kentucky,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

_$3_T On Saturday tiisht, tbe 5th inst. a man giving bis name as George Peterson, and supposed to be a Rebel spy or mail-carrier, was arrested at Alexandria while trying to pass onr lines, bavitog been tracked from Canada by detectives He was dressed in citizen's clothes gray pantaloons, long black overcoat and gray mixed cap. He was last Friday night committed to the Old Capitol Prison. : ¦ » » ¦ (_gT Aa an exemplification, writes Mr. Conway to the Commonwealth, of the ignorance with regard to America which one sometimes _Gnds, even in the best society in England, let me mention that Professor Rogers, of Boston, was the other day asked by a lady, at. a dinner party, (where I was present), whether he English language was to any great extent spoken in the United States. •ST-By the last dates from England, it is stated that the steamer Laurel, from Liverpool, bad transferred a crew, together with arms and ammunition, to the steamer New Alabama, off Madeira. Let the, neutrality paper...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

Th fl&_~ Judge Ould, rebel Commissioner of Prisoners, with the assent of the rebel Secretary of War, has asked permission of General Grant to have thirty thousand pairs of blankets purchased in New York, for the rebel prisoners in our hands. He also asks permission of this Government to pay for them with a cargo of cotton, to be shipped from Wilmington. ¦ »•»— ¦ _CT Among the witnesses _summoued to tbe trial of Col. North, charged with conniving at election frauds in tbe army, _iB the Governor of New York. The determination uf the Government to thoroughly expoge the great plot to cheat tbe soldiers of their votes, will probably make another such plot impossible. -•-«. tSF An engine made by James Watt is in operation at the Etrurian Works, England, and does its work as well as when first made. It is a condensing engine of forty horse power, and its great curiosity consists in its _being worked by the "sun and planet" motion, instead of the "crank." It is the only engine of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

"STBOKO-MnrDED Widdiho:—A wed' ding took place at Sherwood, Illinois, recently, (be contracting parties being Mr. Jopiah W. Craodall _. and Miss Helen B. H »nt_> The _ceresaony wag performed in front of the officiating clergyman's residence, the bridal party being on horseback, and the bride and her three bridesmaids, (Miss Fanny C. Burst, Julia Sheltenburg and Miss Mary M. Thurber,} dressed and mounted en cavalier. The brides costume consisted of a deep_^_blue cloth dress coat, deep blue _cassimere pants, buff _oassimere vest, black dreBft bat, choker collar, black neck-tie, rofflee shirt bosom and buff kid gloves—plain fiat gilt buttons of the richest quality oa the eoat and vest. The bridesmaid's were dressed precisely like the bride, excepting.ooly that they wore plain shirt bosoms and lavender colored gloves. The novelty of the ceremony attracted a large company of the neighbors. After the ceremony was over, the bridal party rode to the residence of Mr. Crandall's_^mot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

Peterson's Maoazikr.—We are in receipt of this popular Lady's Magazine, for December. It is a splendid number ; with a superb title page for 1664. Notwithstanding the enormously increased price of paper, and the rise in all printing materials, "Peterson" will still be furnished at $2 a year. No Magazine of. similar merit approaches it in cheapness. Its stories and novelettes are by the best writers. In 1865, four original copyright novelettes will be given. Its fashions are always the Latest _andJPret tiest. Every neighborhood ought to make «p w club. It is the Magazine for the times ! Its terms to clubs are unprecedently liberal, viz:—8 eopies for $12.00, or 14 copies for $20.00. To every person getting up a club, (at these rates,) the Publisher will send, as a premium, that superb engraving for framing, size 27 inches by 20 inches, "Washington parting from his Generals," or an extra copy of the Magazine for 1865. Address, post-paid, Charles J. Peter _bon, 306 Chestnut St., Phi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

_OgB_^ a iieuienani. who wasiaaea to Washington from City Point on Saturday last, took the oath of allegiance, but it was evident that be sympathized with the rebel confederacy notwithstanding, He frankly confessed that the reason why he had given himself up was that he knew the cause of the south was doomed ; that they bad neither men nor money enough to hold out much longer. He says that Lee's army can only display a single file on the same length of line formerly occupied by double files. .mm *_9_~ The little town of Chester, 111., was nearly destroyed by a tornado on Wednesday morning. Over a dozen houses were blown down, a church was entirely ruined, five person* were killed, and 12 or 15 wounded. The loss of property by the tornado is about $60,000. The town of Randolph, seven miles distant, al3o Buffered severely. Nearly all the bouses in the place were blown down.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

Swallows $400:—Charles Wright, a Canadian who became substitute for a drafted man in Baltimore, after eating dinner at the Provost Marshal's office, _waa asked to hand over his money, which would be returned to him on arriving at the rendezvous to which he _wbb ordered. He replied that he bad but $50 wMeb from, knowledge in his possession, the Provost Marshall did not believe. After a thorough 'search of the person of Wright, it was decided that he mnst have swallowed some money, and an emetic was procured and administered to him, but without effeet. A second was then given, and, in a short time, Wright was seized with vomiting and threw up a hundred dollar note, on the Chesapeake Bank of that city. In a brief space he threw np a second, a third and a fourth. Be then confessed that he had swallowed" each note separately while eating bit dinner, by placing them in a piece of tomato.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

_ttT A Buffalo dispatch _Btate_* that it has been ascertained that the propeller Georgiana has been purchased by tbe rebels in Toronto, C. W., and is being armed for a piratical excursion on the coast. Preparations have been made for her at Buffalo. . ..«*.»¦— : —- . — ; - fgr It is stated , that copies of the Constitution and Ordinance of Nevada were sent to the President by telegraph, at a cost of four thousand dollars. • The ambitious young State deemed the investment warranted, thereby securing three electoral votes. **** : Cg- At _Birdsisle, England, recently a boy was sentenced to six months hard labor in jail, for taking six walnute from a tree, which did not belong to him. And yet the English pretend to be a civilized people.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

Bklmont :—The Jewish Messenger of New York states that "Mr. Belmont is simply the New York correspondent of the bouse of Rothschilds ; that though a Jew by birtb, he married out of the faith many years ago, is not connected with a Jewish congregation, and is universally repudiated as a Jew; that the Rothschilds have never assisted the Rebel Treasury to tbe extent of a dollar; that their sympathies and active co operation have been with ' the Government based on liberty as its main principle, as stated by Baron Rothschild, of Frankfort, to the United States Consul General, Mr. Murphy; that the only banker of any note who upholds the Confederate cause in Europe is Mr. Erlanger, of Paris, who used to be a Jew, but was converted to 'Christianity,' and married Mr. Slidell'_s daughter. "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

' _CT Already free labor ia established in Maryland on the rains of slavery, and the relations of master and slave are peacefully revolutionized without injury to the interests of either. The planters in the lower* counties have agreed to pay their former slaves wages ranging from sixty to one hundred and twenty dollars annually. If this scale is too low, the competition of industry will ra_;se it. It is enough that in two weeks the great principle of compensation for honest labor has been established in a great State, wherein for two hundred years society had existed on a _basis of legalized robbery.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

_tSF The widow 01 John Urown, of bis toric fame, with several of the family started overland during the past _seasoc with a drove of cattle and sheep, for California. There have been painful rumors for some weeks past that the family have _been robbed and murdered by hostile Indians or rebel guerillas. The Akron Beacon says it is enabled to state, from letters recently leceived by the friends in that vicinity, that it baa been ascertained that tbe family, though unable to reach tbeir destination ttm fall, are in a safe position for _winteri_^ with their stock, and will r_«9ume tteiiourney in early spring.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

•9* The wife of Governor Harvey, of Wisconsin, who has actively administered to file wants of the Wisconsin soldiers during the war, was complimented at Vicksburg a few days ago with the gift of a handsome gold watch purchased by the Second Wisconsin cavalry. Her littjle speech ia reply to the presentation, address contained this passage : "Soldiers ! may your every heart throb be as strong, steady and true. as the tick of your treasure gift; your every wish pare as its polished gold, every loyal aspiration full and free, as my gratitude is to voo."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 19 November 1864

0> Gen. McCIellan has at length re-8ignedhi8 commission in tbe army, it _wassenton Thursday tbe 10th. Strange that he should have held it for two years, and received the large salary of some seven or eight thousand dollars, without rendering any service whatever, indeed being a candidate for the Presidency tbe whole time. Be bad been offered service by the President on two occasions ; but nnlike Hooker, Burnside, and Pope, refused, unless the chief of a department, for which he bad repeated-Iv shown his _unfitness.

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