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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

The Cost of Each Administration.— Below we furnish a table of the cost of each Presidential Administration, exclusive of the Public Debt: Washington's Administration, $ 1,966,5S8 John Adams' " , 5,287,0SS JeSerson's •« 5,14;',598 Madison's " 18,085,617 Monroe's. " .... 23,045,431 John Q. Adama' " 1 * 2,625,475 _Jacksoa's " lSj66S_,30l VanBuren'_s " _^, 047,178 Harrison and Tyler's " 23 i 541,288 Polk'_s " ¦ ¦ _' ¦ . ¦ 36 ,681,101 Taylor's . " , . 31 , 074,347 Fillmore'_s « 44_^805,721 Pierce's " 555872,02S

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

Fa*al Fight between k. Sisters.— About two weeks "since Mary (and Bridget Einney, sisters, living at No. 246 East Eighteenth street, New." York, got into a fight, during which Bridget beat Mary in a most brutal manner. It waa subsequently ascertained that Mary was so seriously injured as to render it necessary to remove her to Belle_^ue Hospital _^ Bridget was then taken into custody, and, being arraigned before Justice Copnelly, was locked up to await " the result of her sister's injuries. On thai 2nd in* stant Mary died, and Bridget was_|ndict ed for her murder. . .;

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

_Toombs and Chesnut.—The Lynchburg Virginian of Wednesday, repudiates the course of Senators Toombs_^and Chesnut severally, and hopes that their example will not be followed by others. It says if they would let reason and nqj| passion direct their policy, they would see that it is the interest of the South, if she has any interest in the Union, to retain a full representation in Congress, and with the aid of Northern conservatives to eontrolthe Executive branch of the government, should it manifest a disposition to encroachupon our rights.

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

The Planning ok Cities.— The London Builder says that a spider's web fnrnishes a better plan for the laying out of new cities, than an_# which has yet been devised by surveyors and engineers. Any one who can find a distinct and complete web unbroken, will see how beautifully regular it is, and ftow perfectly adapted for the quickest passage from any one point to another. The concentric rings are not circles, but polygons, the radhv %xag _exqui$i$ely. regular and. straight. * How to Tell Good Coal.—A writer gives the following instructions to consumers of coal in making their purchases: " Almost all coal has ' bone' in it.— That is it has hard lumps ikd& cannot be burned, heap them in as long as you may; and in bad coal the proportion of'bone' is very large. Here is a great waste that somebody has to bear the expense of. How shall consumers avoid it?—Attention to the following rule will in a great measure ensure a good article of coal—and the best is always the chea...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

Blacked for Voting for Lincoln The Alexandria (Va.) Gazette, states that at Fairfax Court House, Vaia man. named Hartrel, who had voted for Lincoln, was seized by a party while he wa3 coming out of the Court House; and carried a short distance from t_$e village, where he was blacked completely with printer's ink, mounted on hisl horse, and started for his home in as an uncomfortable a situation as one could wish to bo in. ' ' * "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

Mrs. Lincoln.—A correspondent x> the New York World says 6f Mrs. Lincoln, the future mistress o£ the White House, that she " is. upon .ilie advantageous side of forty, is Biightp' above the medium statue, with brown «_yes, clearlj cut features, delicate,mbbile|_expre88ive \ rather distinguished in appearance than beautiful', conveying to the^'mind generally an impression of 8elf-pd§ses8ion,stateliness_, ahd elegance." ¦ "'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

Outrageous Mean.—The meanest act we have heard of lately, is _^ recorded by the Utica Telegraph. A man in that city, who was requested .to act as pall bearer at the funeral of a friend's wife, presented the bereaved husband with a bill of 56 jcents for Ms services as pall hearer, and received his pay. If. the devil don't catch tb>t contemptible chap, there's no use of having any devil.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

A Benevolent Bot.—The track of the Wilmington and Atlanta Railroad* was washed away by Tain-_£nv the night not long ago, and alittl# boy, discovering the damage, walked *up the "track and stopped a coming train in time to prevent a dreadful catastrophe. The tittle fellow " is to be _senf t|_ftbe Georgia Military Institute at the exneuse of the State

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

Where is Henry A. WisB?^-He has not been heard from lately, and as he declared, * '; I will never remain in the Union twenty-four hours after Lincoln's election, so help me God?' his agonized friends fear he may have seceded individually.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

A Protest.—It is said _dthatf a party p f workmen in Paris signified their _tfisgupt at the recent advance of. ^^per _^ cedt.-made by the Emperor_^n.tb.6_i price of-to-> bacco, by throwing their pipes oyejrjthe iron grating into the courtyard. o% the palace of the Tuileries. . An Elopement s _&£ day or so since, says the Wheeling Ioteljigencer, a young couple boarded the steamer Grey Eagle at OWefisboro, in rather a hasty and confused manner, •which _espied the suspicion of the officers. It was ascertained, however, that the couple were taking flight from their own State,to- Indiana, for the purpose of being foirred in wed lock. The girl was _bonnetless and hoopless, as she was called _qnjt|_, the Catholic school by her suitor witlr a hack, before she could prepare heilv _s Clothing and toilet, and rather than risk her chances she concluded to go as she was. The boat came up the river, and the groom, after selecting an elderly gentleman on board to go with him...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

¦The Church MiLiTANT.--The "Wilkea Guard," a military, company in Washington, Ga.,. have selected the Rev. G. G. Norman, of the Methodist Church, cap tain, , in 'place of their late captain, Bon, 1. T:irvin.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

The Chicago Zouaves.—Colonel Ells worth, of Chicago Zouave notoriety;- is engaged in, preparing, an elegant diploma for presentation to the ; various companies that _entertained the Zouaves on their recent tour.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

Warts and Corns.— The bark of a willow tree»burnt to ashes, mixed, _witfo strong vinegar and applied to the parts, will je move. all_> corns or excrescences on any pact of the body.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

The < Underground Railroad.—The value of slaves who have escaped from the counties ot Bourbon and Fayette, Ky., within the last month, is estimated at $16,000. ¦ _- •• ¦ ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

Walking, Be_^r _BjotRELS.—Two _Ger mans of Detroit . drank lager beer on \ a wager the other day. One drank eightyfour glasses, and the other niaety-six. Garibaldi's Toleration.—As an Italian, Garibaldi is a Roman Catholic—a fact which many have doubted from his patronage, at Naples, of that impudent brawler, the ex-monk Gavazzi. It is known that,tin most of the . Catholic countries in Southern Europe, and particularly in Spain .and Naples _^ there _^ is no toleration of any worship outside of the Church of Rome. A few days before Victor Emmanuel entered .Naples, the English community there sent a memo-' rial to Garibaldi, praying him to grant them permission to purchase a site, in hat city, for a Protestant. Church.— Garibaldi's reply tan thus i " Grateful for the efficaciqus and generous sympathy of the English, the Dictator thinks that this is a very small return to make for so _roatly services received from them in support of the noble cause of. the Italians. Not only is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

<g- The " BashfafeGirl" is the name given to a nude statue by a New York sculptor. A Rich Secession Case.—Every New Yorker knows Coney Island. It is a barren island of sand coutiguous to the city, and sufficiently distant to command a view of the ocean. It is exclusively patronized by excursion parties during the summer. A New York correspondent-says: ¦ One immediate effect of the election of Lincoln, and a serious result it is, you will admit, is the secession of Coney Island. Governor Davis, the ruler of that extensive and fertile province, made his appearance in the office of the Evening Post,, and then and there fulminated his proclamation. The Governor says he will resist all encroachments upon his domain, and will submit to no dictation. By the kind assistance of the editorial staff of the Post, (not "being himself a "Schallard,") he was enabled to express his views upon the important question, in a document of which the following is a peroration: "I further o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

WRWK IN BRIEF The citizens of Hernando county, r la., on Saturday last hung Hamp, a slave belonging to the estate of Albert Clarke, for being the immediate cause of the death of his master. The negro confessed that he was promised two hundred dollars by James Boyd (a stepson of the deceased) and Mrs. Clarke—one hundred dollars respectively—as a compensation for taking the life of his master; and that he committed the murder accordingly. The Tampa Peninsula says:— Boyd and Mrs. Clarke are now in charge of the people, closely guarded ; and it is _hoged evidence will be found sufficient to convict them by law as accessories; the conviction of their guilt by the people is already a fixed, fact. The people of Baltimore evidently have no relish for the paraphernalia of secessionism. ; A number of excitable young men, of Disunion persuasion, displayed_^ Palmetto flag : in that city, but it was greeted with groans and hisses by the patriotic people of the Monumental City. A brig l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

l8g"George Francis Train, the representative American in Europe, who has been teaching our cousins the uses of city railways, is shortly coming home with a like valuable commodity acquired in exchange. He is building a lot of the London Hansom (or shovel) two wheel cabs, which he intends, we learn, to run in New York, under charter. A light, neat, one-horse cab, carrying persons a reasonable distance at twenty-five cents each, is one of the great wauts of New York life, and would not fail to be largely patronized. (g|_TA law has recently been passed in South Carolina, requiring all free colored persons to wear a badge of distinction. This many of the colored families living in Charleston deem an indignity, aud some have left the State in consequence "of it. They have come North and it is stated that about eighty families" have arrived in Philadelphia. Most of these have means which place them above poverty. They are generally mulattoes of various shades of lightness. iJ_^One t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

Gl-eaf aJDolrH on _W _tfolr The Horse and His Diseases : BY ROBERT JENNINGS, r. s .. Professor of Pathology * pp_^iv / _Wrr,,. ,- „ the Veterinary CoUege of Philadtlphia _, e{,__ Will _TeU You Of the Origin, History and distinctive traits of the vari0,,3 breeds of European , Asiatic African and American Horses ' with the physical forrnati.-in and peculiarities of the anirna! and how to ascertain his a _^ by the number and condition of his teeth; illustrated with _numerous explanatory engravings. _TTJV. TTORSE AND HIS DISEASES WM TeU You Of Breeding, Breaking, $u _ bling, Feeding, Groomini . Shoeing, anjlthegeneral management of the horse, with the best modes_» of administtrin-,. medicine, &&&, tow to trf-s7 Biting, Kicking, _Rearing, s :v. ing, Stumbling, Crib Uitin " _^ Restlessness, _ftnd other vires to; wbicb _h_* is subject; w_,;h tratb _oumerbns explanatory engravings. THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES n ill Tell You Of the causes, symptoms, and Treat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 1 December 1860

fg'The old copper cents of the TJnited States will be received** at the mint in exchange for cents of the new issues, and the director of the mint has arranged with the Adams Express Company for the transportation, free of cost, of the old copper cents in sumsr of $20 dollars and upwards to the mint, and of the new cents in returnto all points on the Atlantic States accessible by railroad and steamboat, and all other, places which can be reached by meaus of conveyance not incurring unreasonable expense. (_gTFew people are aware of the amount of capital lying behind the "segar shaped steamer enterprise," started some time ago by Mr. _Winans, of Baltimore. Mr. Winans holds property of the value of $12,000,000, the whole of which will be held in readiness (though of course not necessary,) for the further prosecution of his mania. His recent contract calls for a steamer 6000 feet iu length, proportioned to correspond, and finished so as to cross the Atlantic Ocean in five days runni...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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