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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

THB _ESjrAIB^)P.S_?EPHBlf' ,l!LirIKABP.—^A bill has been , filed in, the United States Circuit Court at Philadelphia, by parties" who are subjects of the- French* Emperor, for the recovery ' of all the Girard estates,'except that which *: _nlay be necessary for.the maintainance ' of' the coll ege. _^The'ibillv _* says the-Ledger,<fills forty-nine1 closely printed pages, and will commence perhaps a long1 conrse of -litigation. The grounds-on which the recovery is based' are-: - 1st.- That the present city of Philadelphia cannot legally execute, the provision1 of Stephen Girard'_s will; and _.2d, the estate/by reason of mismanagement, has diminished-in extent, referring to the loss of the Louisianailands and the non productiveness of those in Kentucky. Attempts have heretofore befen made to recover this Vast estate " from the city " of Philadelphia. ' Heirs of Girard resident in America several years ago filed a 1)111 which attacked-the valididy of the will, as creating' an...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

, _@*John M_,itcliel, the - Irish patrjot, who is said to have permanently fixed his residence in Paris, writes from that city to his friends in,this country. * . "We found a miserably.cold .and wet summer and autumn here,-whichTnade all my household- sick, as we were just coming out of thebalmyclimat ' e * of America.' Either the seasons'here are all altered for the worse these twelve years past, or else I am spoiled for an European atmosphere.' I only wish I- ' had that Alabama plantation, and I would live on it all the year round." <_ifOne of the most remarkable events in every day life that ever came under onr ob8ervation,ioccured in the suburbs of this city during the present week. A lady gave birth to a * child, was married, and*died,on the same &n_$.-_^-Louisville Journal.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

JOB PRINTING Having-very recently added a large and fash--ionable _assortments_^-Types and Printing-materials, which will enable us tQ._M airkinks ' of i.rVy. **+-'-*><'_Ti(_is *&- : - §^"The Swedish governmeni has taken a step in advance of all continental powers. It has abolished the passport system. Anybddy hereafter may enter Swedish territory, travel through or leave it without any molestation from the civil authorities or any police interrogating him, as if he suspected the stranger with being a criminal. Russia has also modified her passport system. These steps show that Europe is getting tired of her absurd restrictions upon free intercourse betweea the people of different countries. The interests of trade and the convenience of the world require that travel shall be free over all the countries of the globe.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

, Sjngle, UNBLgsfiKryRfiB .When Mr. Wilberforce was a _candidate foe Hull, his sister, an _amiabler and witty young lady, offered the _compgmeni of a new gown to each of the wives' of those freemen 'who 'voted for ner _broker; on which she was saluted with k 'cry of "Miss Wilberforce follever!" when she pleasantly observed;- "f ¦ thank y _* ou, jfentlemen; but I cannot a_^ee with you — for really I do _npt wish _tfbe _Misfi WJ1-berforce .fpr ev_^rpl?' ' . *_. ' ' _^_We were1 atoase'd once" If bearing the story of an; oia lady whose . _4only exclamation,'6ri- _Heftring of the Execution of a man who had once lived in the neighborhood, was, "We ll, I know_'d he'd cdme to the gallows at last, for the knot in|w hankgrchief was always clipping round Wider bis tylL&rJ'_^ I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

A CdmxAV Hero _iit t ' be U. S.s Abmj. —On Monday, one hundred and _twenty recruits for the M'ounted Service, five buglers and three laundresses, left Carlisle Barracks en route for Texas, under command of Lieut. Gerrard, Second Cavalry. Lieuts ' . ChamfJerliss, Burt. well, Bowman and Sweet, all of Second Cavalry, accompanied the detachment. These men are to make the trip\pver land from Fort Leavanworth, _haviag_^in charge one hundred and fifty horses.— One of the privates, in this .detachment is an intelligent Scotchman, named Auchinloas_, who was in the. British army during the Crimean war, and wears a large silver medal for. gallantry at Balaklaya, Inkermann and _Sebastopol. Another detachment will leave this post for California about the 21st. <

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Joy to thesona of- men - Qn _ibis bright Christmas morn ! list to the welcome words again That charm our. waiting hearts, as when The shepherds heard with glad amaze The announcement of angelic lays, «A Saviour Christ is born." Joy to earth's sorrowing child On this calm, peaceful _radra ! The Holy, harmless, undefiled, Can soothe his breast with comfort mild; The'hyma that floats along theair Shall find an answer echoing_;there—. f'The Saviour Christ is born." Joy to the sick and poor, "Blessed are they that mourn;" If ttiey submissively endure, And trust his holy promise sure: Be-comes all.sorrow W relieve, "V" To comfort-all who will believe—rf'The Saviour Christ is born.'* Love, _joyi_^gOod-wiU, and peace, Since that first Christmas morn, Have come to earth, and ne'er shall cease. To Him who purchased our release, Our hearts, redeemed from death, w«1I bring, And humbly, gratefully we'H-sing,» " The Saviour Christ is;bbm<&>•£'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

5_^" A man virtu e an honor his country, a glory to humanity, a satisfaction to himself and a benefactor to the whole world. He is rich without oppression or dishonesty, charitable without osten8ion, courteous without deceit, and brave with6ut vice. _@_*Mr. Harris was never "more,s-ssober in the whole course of his , life," but when Jones asked him to take a chair, he said he would " wait, till one came round." - _fg_^ Handkerchiefs w ere first - manufactured at Paisley, in Scotland, in 1743. Hats were invented for men in Paris, in 1403. Knitting stockings was invented in Spain in 1550. Linen was first made inEasrlandin 1253.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

TYANK -NOTICE.—Notice is hereby given J3 'that the undersigned have formed ah association and prepaid a certificate for the purpose of Establishing a bank of issue discount aad deposit, under the provisions of the act entitled "an. act to establish a system ot free banking in Pennsylvania, and to secure th& public against loss from insolvent Banks" approved the 31st day of Maich 1_^.60. The Bank to be called Bank of Marietta to be located in the borough of Marietta and County of Lancaster, to consist of a Capital Stock of One Hundred Thousand Dollars in Shares of Fifty Dollars each, and it is contemplated to increase the Capital Stpck to the amount of Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. James L. Shultz, Henry Musselman, John Kline, Jotin 'Miller,' . John W. Clark, S.F. Eagle, ' ' Aaron Gable, Do,c. J.' * H. Grove, James Mehaney, B. F. Hiestand, John Becker, . Sam'l Patterson_^ • John R. Diifenbach, David Harry, _», Thomas Zell, A. N. _CasseL Barr Spangler, , . [l8-6m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

Photographed Bank Noras.—So rapidly are they produced and pu> in circulation it is impossible to keep.t_£he ran of them. They can be very easily detected; the best and sorest way is to apply a solution of Cyaaide Potassiam; _irhen the spot touched will tarn whife. Another way is to draw yont _fingers;over the bill, and if it is very smooth and polished it is* doubtless a photograph.- The paper must bev sized for _photographing, which is not done in printing, aw when finishbS photographB_' have a _varnished appearance. A lirtle rnbbin|f with the finger Will blur _tse ebgraving and give the bill a greasy feel'. '0 '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

_^ Mr. P. Gr. Kent of _Newport, Lake eoM IU.r hasft boy about 16 years of age,-whose body is literally covered with scales like those of. a salmon, with the exception of his legs, arms and facje. He sheds these scale3 "twice a year_^at . the.,opening*af ,thB--cold season, and |at ttie openiDg of the _^arm _se _Ssptt_,—fhe old scales droppiQg off and" new ones (_fctoittg tit tiiiirjpi&m_. -^*/>'; . t< y-t—w_^.8-*^*«.^*._^ _^ *'ft* ¦ ¦ ¦ '•¦* c lass Family Newspaper. Also _s.n4_*mmmmmmm ant news of the day, Foreign and _OaZ~~ ~i with full and leliable reports of the Phila_^it J phia, Baltimore *ad New York markets, alone, worth to business men more than the price of; subscription. ¦ } ¦The present subscribers to the Weekly Tele- ' graph, who desires to avail themselves of the reduction will please settle up their old ac-1 counts without delay—-otherwise they will be; charged $2, as heretofore. TERMS OF THE WEEKLY. Single subscribers will be charged $1 per...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

«»* A. nail in the brain.—Geoffrey J Levalle, who Was sTiotin a fight with T. B. _Kershawj at Petersbarg, ' Va., died on •the 12th _inst. The ' wound was inflicted oritTie 15th of October,and the ' pistbl 'wals Charged with ahorse shoe nail:_^ The nail was found in his brain, where it had been:fdr iiearly a%ohth. _-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

_€_P°A person complaiued to Dr. Franklin of having been insulted by one who called him * a* Bcounflrel: "Ah," replied the doctor,u and whatttlid you call him ?" " Why ' ;" said; he, " Pcalled him a Scoundrel too ' ." "-Well;" 'resumed -Franklin, " I presume you both spoke ' the _trutlt '_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

_gg* A late.letter from the. United States Commissioner of Pensions says that there are now bat eighty-nine*sur"viVore of the army of the. _Revolution whose names are placed upon the rolls for pensions.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

At We late elfectionin California, one fellow voted an order foVa'Wd of coM _ins _. te _^ adof the Democratic ticket: He discovered the mistake when hepresentr ed the Democratic ticket, ftp the 'coal dealer.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

NEWS IN BRIEF JamesWaterman, aged 73 years now a resident of Wai worth, .Wayne county, N. Y., was, one of-_^he/p ilots of the Fulton on her first trip from New York to Albany, in October,1807. "In theyefr 1861 there will be an annuel eclipse of the sun on the 14th of January, another, on the 7th of July* and a total'-eclipse on the 31st- of December. There will also be a partial eclipse of the moon on the 17th of December. -. Salt Lake is probably the saltiest body of water on the globe. Three barrels ' _^ this w_^ter are said to yield a barrel "6f salt. The water is " of a light green color for about ten or twenty rods, and a dark blue. _Ko fish»ean live in it; and_^but a few birds are seen dipping in it. r George C. Thorbu'rn, florist, a greatly esteemed son of "Laurie _Todtl," died last Monday, at _Newark, N. J., from injuries received by a fall. He was-to be put in charge, by the Ladies, of Mount Vernon. ¦ ThomasH. Clay, son Qf Henry _GlayJ writes that there is no man ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

HEALT H AND ITS PLEASURES Oh, Disease andih Agonies! CHOOSE BETWEEN_,THEM, HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. NERVOUS DISORDERS. What is more _fearfol than -the breaking down of the nervous system? To be exctteable or nervous in a _smaft ,djtgree is jnost distressing, for where can a remedy pe ' found f—There is one:—drink but littl_^wine, beer, or spirits, or far bet|ernone;|_bacjpo Coffee ,— weak tea being preferaDle; ' 'get ' all the fresh air you can; take tree or four Pills every night: eat plenty of _sbfids, _wrofflrofiSi_^Be of ilo|s ; and if these goldon rules > are* followed, you will be happy in isiind _andjtrong In _bokly, and forget you have any nerves. _" MOTHERS AND DA UGHTERS. If there is one thing more than another for which these Pills arev so fiimbusttistten purifying propertiesespecially ttieir" power of cleansing the blood froin all impuritiesand removing dangerous and suspended secretions. Universally adopted as the one grand remedy for female complaints, they n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

_^ _fggr In a/ _repeat.speech at _Huntsville, Aia., Ex-Senajior Qlements _. now of Tenn., sp(pu_^ed the idea of. Secession, exposing its jitter iinpractibility, and added: ,, •' The .dream. of a Southern Confederacy is'the wildest vision that ever troubled the brain of a moonstruck enthusiast • —a! dTeam interrupted by bloody convicts'with your neighbors, and a vile dependence on foreign powers." _j^*The Palmetto, now so popular in South Carolina,has been much neglected in Charleston in recent jears. It is stated in a letter from that,city that but a single tree of the kind was to be found in the place on the day of the Presidential Election. Another has been set out during the present excitement. t&7he Vermont Legislature has passedoaUaw against prize fighting—principMs'ite'fa.yeab' imprisoflmenVor $5,000 fine_^_tddsfseconds or surgeons, five years impffis'onrae'ht or $1,000- fine; and citizens of the'State'who attend a prize-fight in oj.her capacity, out of the State...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 8 December 1860

• <^iAt _Golurabia, S._©., in tbtf Legislature,; Mr.tiRhett has been very warlike _saying>_-*hat there are* eight of the largest _Paisban guns _< in _Charleston, which _mightibtf used in taking the forts.' Mr. Marshall said that the' State had 382 in. fantry'companiesi 50 cavalry, 18 artillery and WrfBecompanW How * bellicose ! Mr. Mr c_%owan said1 'that the military force of _tlfe SfSte was 65,000 men. _PBT _Mfe_^Tceacott, Assistant Secretary of State_._Jiaa gone to South Carolina with a vie_#of urging a _postponements any nQstile_^d_^monstration against. , Xorls and other_*public-»_property, -until after the close efiMr _* . Buchanan's term. > " The Administ»i«ion-here! (i8'_*_anxious to&transfertalkaochf _espontsiWlity tp_^Mr. _tificoln, and>3naiblain a trace until' the 4th of Marchi {^ireTrescottVinissidtf will* _nit prodvceanwAf •ffectinthe? <pres_»nt<*<te\_ni» per there, _u&._iv ¦ ,. - • •! >¦ •...

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