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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

Spttial _Nnttcts. S3" Information Free !—To Nervous Sufferers.—A gentleman, cured of nervous debility, incorapetency, premature decay, and youthful error, actuated by a desire to benefit others, will be happy to furnish to ull who need it, (free of charge) the Teceipt and directions for making the simple remedy used ir. his case. Sufferers _wishing to profit by the advertiser's bad experience, and possess a sure and valuable remedy, can do so by addressing him at once at his place of business. The i»- cfipt and fall information—of vital importance—will be cheerfully sent by return mail. J >bh B. Ogdek, No. 60 Nassau-st.j New-York. . P. S.—Nerv>ius sufferers of both sexes will find this information invaluable. 3ra _53"A Card to Invalids.—A Clergyman, while residing in South America as a missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for the cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay, Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Organs and the whole train of disorders brought...

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

_fif The Washington Chronicle _tearns that preparations are in _progress for the establishment of a National Bank for colored depositors, at Philadelphia. The movement will be accomplished, iu all probability, within a short time. : m m _BfiET The New York }Herald gives a list of thirty-six railroad accidents which have occurred in the United States since the 1st of September, and by which 122 persons have been killed . and . 355 wounded. * » CS" Of twenty-seven clergymen who voted at the recent election in Priuceton_, twenty-six voted for Lincoln and Johnson, and only one for McClellan and _PonHIofnn 6* A German physician of Harris burg recently removed1 a tape-worm1 six ty feel in length from a lady who _resi des in Duncannon. f3_T A restaurant has been opened iu London for fat people, where nothing will be served up bat viands which check obesitv. <gr Lieut. Gov. Jacobs, of Kentucky, has been sent beyond the Federal lines by order of General Burbridee. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

_figr A letter from Benin says : " Englishmen visiting Berlin and taking re- _freshment in any of the ordinary restaurants that abound in this cify are extremely liable to make a discovery which many would esteem not wholly agreeable. If, for instance, they ask for beef, they stand a great chance of obtaining a dish of horse-flesh. The case actually occurred to the writer a week or two back. The consumption of hone-flesh is increasing every year in Berlin. It has been twice as great in thu year just elapsed, as in the previous. The official returns show that, from October 1,1863, to October 1, 1864, there were 1,552 horses, killed in the eight horse .slaughter-houses in Berlin. The meat is sold at prices varying from 1 to 2f silver _groschens (1_^ d. to 3 d.) per lb., which is only half the usual price of beef here. Most of it is disposed of to the keepers of public dining-roGma, cafes, gardens, and beer-houses, and is consumed by the public under the impression that it is ' beef,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

(9* John R. Davis of Acuehuet, Mass., a member of the Society of Friends, aged about 90 years, voted at the last Presidential election for the first time in his life, giving a full'vote for the Union nominees. _(£_T Harper's Weekly contains a picture of Abraham Lincoln, representing him to be not less than twenty-five feet in length, and elim in proportion. It is entitled "Abraham four years longer." ¦»» _9* The pirate Semmes went on board his new steamer, the Sea King, at Madeira. Out of the crew of 100 men, 36 refused to sail on the vessel when they learned his _BrmnH «• - A sow, only one year old, belong_, ing to Richmond Hathaway, of Warren, Mass., gave birth recently to twentytwo pigs, all of which are aiive and doine well. _fiT Dan Voorhees, following the example of Vallandigham _, is about to drop polities, remove to New York pity, and "resume the practice of the _u_^V ¦ -¦ • . ¦ . '- .«. ¦¦• . •¦ ¦ _•. ¦¦• * . ***• • ¦ • -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

The Secretary of State has authorized the publication of intelligence tending to prove that the attempt to burn northern cities, lately initiated at New York_, was designed in Richmond. The man giving information was apprised of the intention at Savannah on the 19th of October. A Captain Montgomery of Baltimore, had charge of the affair. In the next house of Representatives thirteen States will be without Democratic representatives, exclusive of the Beceded States. Is there not great danger that the Democratic party will become sectional ? "Burlei gh" New York correspondent of the Boston Journal, says that Gen. McClellan considered the Presidential election decided against him by the October elections, and that he considered himself greatly wronged and put in a false position by the Chicago platform. Fred. Douglas has been lecturing to largs audience _b in Baltimore. He was formerly a slave in Maryland.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

.j0* Mrs. Douglas, the widow of Senator Douglas, is living in quiet retirement with her mother, Mrs. Cutts, in the old homestead, near the Capitol building. Her brother, Capt. Cutts, who was wounded in one of the battles in Virginia last summer, has not yet recovered,] and is receiving every possible care at her bands. Mrs. Douglas says little about politics, but her sympathies are said to be Btrongly enlisted in the Federal cause. Mrs. Cutts is as great a rebel as can be found in Washington City, or even in Richmond, and loses no opportunity to express her political sentiments. This will appear a little strange to thOBe who recollect that her bn&band, at the time' of bis death, was in the employ of the "Lincoln" Administration, and that he never earned a dollar in his life except in a Govern - ment situation.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

C_9* "He is only a printer," was the sneering remark of a leader iu the circle of aristocracy—of the codfish quality. Well, who wai the Earl of Stanhope? he waa only a printer. What ia Prince Frederick William, married to the Princess Royal of England ? He, too, was only a printer. W bo was William Caxton, one of the fathers of literature? He was only a printer. Wbo. ' a r* Horace _Greeley, George D. Prentice. Charles Dickens, M. Thiers, Douglas Jerrold, Bayard Taylor, George. P. Morris, J. Gales. C. Richardson, N. P. Willis, and Senators Dix, Cameron and Nilee ? They, too, were all printers. What was Benjamin Franklin ? A printer. Every one cannot be a printer—brains are necessary.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

Coal Dust.—There is a company organized in Philadelphia to manufacture fuel out of the dust of coal. They have discovered a process by which the dust is formed, and kept in a solid compact mass, and their experiments prove it to be a very valuable fuel. It burns freely and thoroughly, and gives out as much heat as solid anthracite. The coal du«t_, we understand, can be purchased at the mines, where there are immense quantities of it hitherto unused, for the small price of forty cents per ton, or one dollar per ton, if sifted, and it is estimated by the very intelligent persons engaged is the enterprise, that a ton of solidified coal dust can be sold at from four to five dollars a ton.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

A large telescope is being manufactured at Springfield, Mass., the tube of which, a splendid piece of mahogany, was formerly one of the pillars to the pulpit in the old church at Northampton, Mass. Western Copperhead papers are rapidly going by the board. The Illinois State Register Bloomington_, (111.,) Democrat, Madison, (Wis.,) Patriot, Evansville_, (Ind.,) Times, Peoria, (III.,) Mail, and Lincoln (Logan county, 111.,) Courier, have all become defunct. The people have no further use for copperbeadism.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

53" Matrimonial! Ladies and Gentlemen. If you wish to marry, address the undersigned, who will send you without money and without price, valuable information that will enable you to marry happy and speedily,, irrespective of age, wealth or beauty. This information will cost you nothing, and if you wish to marry, I will cheerfully assist you. All letters strictlj confidential. The desired information sent by return mail , and no question! asked. Address Sakah B. Lambert, 12-3m.j , Greenpoint, Kings co., N. Y.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

A yonng girl from Illinois went to St. Louis a few days ago and .sold herself for an army substitute. When taken before the _examioiog surgeon, he ordered her to strip, but this not exactly agreeing with her sense of propriety, she ran out of the room and concluded to give up soldiering until they would take her-word for being ao able-bodied mas.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

(9* Geo. D. Prentice of the Louisville Journal than whom no ' man was more bitterly personal in attacking President Lincoln during the late election canvass, has received from the man he grossly abused the great favor of \a _paBs for Richmond to intercede withy Jeff. Davis for the life of his son, who is! in Hood's army, and nnder sentence of death for mnrffaf* .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

Major General _Ramseur was buried _aj Lincolntown, N. C, lately. Bis last words are reported—"Tell my derling wife I die with a _^rm faith in Christ, and trnst to meet\her hereafter." His last words to the ambulance driver who took him from the field were—"Tell General Hoke I diet a Christian, and have done my daty." y

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

—. ?? . . i_^" It will be rem embered that Mrs. Rose Greenhow_, the female rebel, who has attracted so much attention during the war, was lately drowned. A Richmond paper says that her drowning was caused by her having six hundred pounds sterling, in gold, tied to her person. j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

The Louisville Journal says Colonel Farleigh has been reliably informed that horseflesh is sold in that market by mercenary wretches, who cut steaks from the carcasses of the condemned government horses that die daily and are dragged out upon the commons.—Measures have been taken to sift the matter.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

While filling the reservoir of the Charle8town, (_Masa.,) waterworks a few dayB Bince tbe pump would not operate, and an examination proved that the pipe was completely filled with eels_, the next day the trouble occurredagain, and on the two occasions over 2,500 pounds of eels were removed.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

A Watchmaker, in Spain, has constructed a watch that only needs winding up once a year. The Paris Ladies appear disposed to adopt for winter costume, very short petticoats, very high boots, and plaid stockings. Many so accoutred may be seen on the boulevards.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

_|_9tn, _$_astt anil _Sciasors. "Uncle Billy Allen," a decrepid veteran, 103 years of age, is noticed among the arrivaU at fcSelma, Alabama. He was General Jackson's body-servant at New Orleans, and is now childish, lame, and almost blind.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

_CgT When Roger A. Fryor was brought into our lines, he _saijd that he was in the rebel service because he. was poor; that his profession as; a lawyer would bring him nothing.; that he had seven children, and it was absolutely necessary for their support that he should continue in the service.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 10 December 1864

_Brownson A. Mansfield, of North Haven, Ct., an insane person, last Saturday morning attacked his sleeping wife with ao axe, add would have killed her outright had not the ceiling of. the chamber been so low that be could not strike a full blow. She may recover.

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