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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

Manganese in pEibsyLTANTA: It * _is said that a rich '*" dep6_'sit of manganese * has" recently been1 _QisfccTvered iri Maxata_^dy ' tbwn ' sfiip, 'Berks county; Pa. _^T_^e land belongs to a German ' farmer _narked John Kohler, and has been leased 'by parties who have contracted with a N _^ ew York.firm,to _deliver to;-them all the, manganese which the place .will yield. It is of superior quality, and the deposit, is very .extensive, at some points com* mencing four feet below the surface, and, as far as ascertained, _seventyrfive feet in depth. With the _exception of an inferior article found in Vermqnt, the manganese _psed in the United States is mainly imported from Bohemia, Saxony, France, England, and other countries. Manganese is a mineral used in the bleaching oTmusW, linen, _^c.;> by potters' for glazing their ware, and by glass manufac-' iur' _ers to obliterate discoiorations produced by_^se_'_scfuibx_/dv offfirb> riV'an_^ for many other _purpdse&:...

Publication Title: Weekly Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

" • • _" •** - _f >^.7_i!_fti. .t._i .i ., _fg_" _i Some. time _.agp_.Jthe wife pf an able farmer in _,Qhio eloped with a farmTlaborer. The deserted husband, obtained a divorce and plodded on alone. After a while the sister of the,recreant wife, living on an adjoining farm, slowly drew hjs _^ regard and eventually they were married. The other day & knock was heard at the door, and the farmer, opening ii, beheld, wan. pale and ragged, his truant former wife. Her father had turned his back,to her, her paramour had fallen into drunkenness/and hopeless, .tameless, she as a last resort turned to her former happy home. < The .farmer called his wife.; she _«auldvnot,8ee4her sister, but a tear glistened ;in the far .rner> ej;eiV He supplied h8_A.pw8en>^aj_^^jftnjd,thenbpiltJier a cabin on the extreme end of his farm, where by his _bounty»ehe is living out the remnant of Jierjiays in _rfmorsp_^t her crime_5and!fallyw-.[ir.,vr.i. . ¦> .fv t %, , ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

_^_T The Eey. A. Laurie had occasion to exchange pulpits with the ' Rev. E. H. Chapin, of New York ' . Many members of Mr. Chapin's congregation have an idea that nobody else can preach a sermon like their pastor, and when they enter_, church and find a stranger occupying his place,' they are apt to turn and go out. So it happened on this _occasion that not a few persons departed, -and others were on, the- point of doing so, when Mr. Laurie arose, hymn-book in hand, and gravely remarked : "-All who came to worship E. H. Chapin, will have an opportunity to retire, and those who came to worship the Everlasting God will please unite in singing the following hymn,"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

' TflV_^_RNTJia _JEOGHRE _PLATERS.—A _youni ? man of Milwaukee, who is very fondof _^ a daughter qf a "pillar" 'int one of the popular churches, was taking tea at the house of his adored a few evenings since/and had some fruit-cake offered him. Being somewhat confused on account of his situation* as the cake was held out, he <cried out, "I pass." The father hearing him, and having played some in his younger- days, was horrorstruck at the young man's infatuationjof the game, and thought he would teach him a lesson, and spoke bluntly, "You pass, do you ? Then I order you ' up, and there's the door." The young man sloped.•

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

(^"When _tjfcie Duke Kent, the Prince of Walea' grand-father—the,n a young man of twenty-seven—arrived in Boston, in 1794, the only mention of his presence mfi.de in the Independent Chronicle, one of the papers of the town, occurs in a paragraph apologizing for' the brief report of the foreign news'contained in the sheet, and _stating that the English papers were loaned to the Prince, who carried them away with him ! The Massachusetts Mercury, of February 7th, 1794, _deyote _.d three lines to th« royal visitor and merely said: "Yesterday arrived in this town, Edward, fourth son of the Chief Magistrate of Great Britain. His residence is at the British Consul's.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

'g_^ compass which was used by Roger Williams' iri" his journey when banished from . Massachusetts, is, or was - recently, in the?possession of, Mr.s. Harriet Brown,.,of.P'royi_4enc ' eVt<lt is-made _,of brass,_giQavtyvthree inches in_* diameter, containing the.needle, and a card . exhibiting the points of the compass. On the top is fastened a small sun-dial. With this, Williams ' directed his steps through the wilderness and snows of w _. inter in 1637, suffering from the intense cold and constant hunger. The little relic has Veeri-remarkably well preserved, and was useful in a recent survey of the burial ground of the Williams family;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

.Jfig_^A n_^vel _quesjtym p_§ law _^ has _^ been broughtbefore a. Justice qf theP _. eace_, in Montyille, Ct. . _Msr. Church&hen » g et'{ for a, week upon sixteen, eggs, when _,Mr? Tinker's turkey came along,,drQya qff the hen, finished the incubation, hatched out the chickens and trottedf them''homVupon Mr. Tinker's premises. Mr. Church brought an action of trover for the chick ens, claiming them on the ground that his hen laid the eggs and did the best part of the setting. The case was fairly tried, with eminent legal'talent on each side, and judgment was given for plaintiff to recover eight cents a piece for the chickens.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

_lET A degraded white woman; who is married1 ana lias four chiia&n_,n &*WiSijington county, Md., lately eloped with k negro man. They ' _^ were_* _followed to _^ Philadelphia, arrested" theWa&fugitives from justiceV' and brought 'bafck,'" there being rib excitement or atfemp_'t at~ rescue." "The* woman' wastfent Back toh'er friends and the negro sold and "" sent off. ¦^^The Empress Eugenie eling incog, in England. She'rode about in common street' hacks in'&d&dfoDVanv went on foot to various _^ _stored _4nd,;pnrchased goods. She _intends _^to_^visit Scotland in the same _maaaw. 'v < J 4 " It is better to _satb _^ak to wtstrot."—History tells na _of a conqueror who died from a pestilence caused by the dead bodies of the vanquished. As a set-off against such a _UbeLon humanity, we will point to a philanthropist whose sole aim it ia to overcome disease, and rob the grave of victims. The man to, whom we refer is a foreigner, an Engli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

Artificial Fish Breeding.—This is becoming quite a business in some portions of our country, and we do not see why it shonld not prove successful. A Mr. Kellogg of Hartford; Conn., has already in the' cousre of his experiments, succeeded in producing by artificial means, over 1000 trout, which are now doing well. He has lately sailed for France to _procure further information from the great fish breeders of that country. On his return, it is said, he will be joined in the business by Col. Colt, of pistol ndtoriety. earthly pilgrimage A Beautiful Picture: A mother teaching her child to pray, is an object at once the most sublime and tender that the imagination can conceive. Elevated above earthly'things, she seems like one of those guardian angels, the companions of our earthly pilgrimage, through whose ministrations we are inc.ted to do good and restrained from evil. The image of the mother .becomes associated in his mind with the . invocation she taught him to bis "-Fat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

At the recent election in Maine,»Balph _Farnham, the only survivor of the battle of Bunker Hill, now 105 years of age, walked six miles to vote. He has voted at every Presidential election since the adoption of the Constitution-. \ The little Quakeress who was Despberatel? in Love.—An amusing matri_* monial story is told of the olden time in New England, It so fell out that two young people became very much smitten with each other as young people do.— The young woman's father was a wealthy Quaker—the ypnng man was respectable. The father could stand no such union, and resolutely opposed it. and the, daughter dare-not disobey openly. ; She V met. him by moonlight" when she -pretended never; . tor see, Jum, and she. pined an_^ wasted away.(- She»was;real|y(}in l -lo< Ter7r _^ a state of sighs .and tears> _^vhitjh-,wpmerj oftener reach in imaginatiop than reality. •_Qtill the father _remained inexorable, . , . . ' Time passed on, and the rose on Mary's cheek, pass...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

The separation between tne President and the resigned Secretary of the Treasury was of the most affectionate character. It is said that both were melted to tears. Mr. Cobb promised Mr. Buchanan that, in the event of war, every effort would be made .to protect him from the indignation of the Union men, and Mr. Buchanan, in return, declared that if only Cobb made this plbdge good, he waald use no force in the event of the secession of Georgia. The resignation of the venerable Cass, Secretary of State, is announced in our last night's Washington despatches.— The reason given is, that the President refused to respond to the demand of Major Anderson, for supplies and reinforcements' at Fort Moultrie, in Charleston bay, which demand was Sustained by Lieutenant General Winfield Scott, who is now in Washington. This event is full of significance. Three of the choir of young girls who, dressed in white, greeted Washington as he entered Trenton in 1789, ou his way to assume the Presiden...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

A Good Resolution.—At a meeting of the Howard Association, of Philadelphia, held it the " city of brotherly love," December 10th, 1860, It was resolved, that come what may of good or ill to our beloved Republic—Union or Disunion—the Howard Association will continue with undiminished zeal, its labors for the relief-of suffering humanity, over the whole area of our common country, wherever the victims of disease and misfortune shall solicit its friendly aid. Db. N. B. Wolfe : We have received a pamphlet, on "Consumption," by this gentleman, who has now located himself in Boston, making the treatment of diseases of the lungs and throat his speciality. The Doctor has long made this class of disease his study. We have no doubt his indubitable, untiring perseverance will certainly accomplish somethin?. _ggT A are alarm for houses has been patented by E. Ehlin, of Boston, and it consists of a fuse attached to a combustible thread, which, when it burns, sets an alarm bell ringing with...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

<irSenato.r Latham jrives_, it as his opinion that there would not be five hundred; men'in California favorable to a Pacjfic,_Bepublic.and that California will gO'With the Northern States. Several of _(the-, _Missouri .delegation claim that ttheir State will decline uniting with either section,, and will establish an empire west of the Mississippi, to absorb eventually all the Territories. Some give put the idea that New York will declare her independence, and set, up as a free-city, and still controle the Southern trade. t_^-Soon after fall Charleston, and when the disaffection to the American cause was * so general; two hundred aridf ten persons, who styled themselves to be the "principal inhabitants" of the city, signed an address to Sir Henry Clinton, stating that th,ey had every inducement to return to their allegiance, and ardently,hoped to beadmited to the character and condition of British subieots! Gg-The Hon. Bedford Browrf, formerly a member of the United Sta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

_y i VAILS himself of this 6p_>ortunity of ah-J\ nouncing to the _cidieiSIP&f Marietta and vichity, and his friends audthe public in genera| that he has taken the ola starid of _theT&ife F. t. Kramph, where he has been _^employed ibrlhelast ten years, and intends continuing _dielMerehant Tailoring _Clothing business irrafi i| i its various branches, and _iopes tha_^a ftk course of strict fidelity to his, patrons jaay - HE.merit a reasonable share _, 0 ' f their confiainTe and support. In addition to a complete S_^ck of Clo thing and ' ¦ 1 Oentlemens Furnishing .Goods, * He will constantly endeavor to provide a good aaoament of French, German and American d S. _RATtiVON_, ; ... ¦ ' ¦ _"' J * [SUCCE_^SOB- TO F. J. EK&fl_^B.] I Merchant Tailpr_^- - _Jropcr and Clothier, Qorneifof North I Queen and Orange Streets, i I LANCASTER, PA. | j Cloths, Cassivieres and Vestings, _w_$6cl will be promptly made to order in a substantial and fashionable manner, '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

%h _WMvmtki&m. "W _lftshrMJofa iTfeMS.—Hon. Jeremiah Si _Blacitf ilk' Attorney General of Mr. BnctiknWftCabinet; has been confirmed ad " S6drytaty df State. Caleb Cush'ing iff In _Wyhln_^ton conferring with the _FrWdenk &e was _fenmmoned b_$ tne AariirJfotratiojn.' Hon. Ed. M. Stat fton, of iPittBbnrg_, _wiftb has beeti _associated for some1 time3 past with Judfre _Blacfc in defending the _interests of " tne _(JoVeriim ' _ftfit in the California'lanti_^clairii cases, " Impartial—but_/n/fNentral. " _PEDAX, DECEMBER 22,1860 wlif succeed him aa Attorney G6tfernl. G_^n. Scott dt)& _Wot desire to criticise tfie'lo_^ii_^nfie'SearAar^'of War as to _galWoidg ttfe Sooth OaroIiDft forts, but r . e_^V _^rt ' Samper" as the 'key to* djiarlVa'ton.' Large Barkis We, within * thTpast few years, 'bden g_^ent in fufnishi f g its b ' _atteries/aBd " in providing it with heavy _guni, 8b?ot _shells, _^powder, water cisterns_, " barracks, and every convenience for de...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

We invite the attention of the public to our large and selected stocK of fine WatchesXlocks , Silver Ware, Platfid _^ W»te_*, J«welqr,_aiid .Spectacles, which we offer at the lowest cash rates. We have constantly on hand, or case to order, ali the different stvles and qualities of HARRY L. ZAHM ] L_«D W. J. ZAHM. DEALERS IN _r _fLadi. s, /Ufatdi£S. _&_. ffeuu _dj_^_, North-west Corner _CerOn Square _* North _Ouem Street. Lancaster, Pa. i ' THfi&aSBRJCAK _WftTtjti. than which none we better or more accurate in time-keeping. We buy for cash, and offer them at ss low rates as any housein Philadelphia or New York. Every Watch -ir accompanied with our written guarantee, or, if the purchaser prefers, with the guarantee of the Manufacturers. We have also a fine stock of Ladies' Watches,rin-plain gold,-.enamelled and diamond mounted cases—good, beautiful and useful—toge thtfiwith the|i8atQ | Vanety of cheapest Watches* * ' * * * We have also (made to our own order of s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

_dff *A rWduntrV tdok place a few _evening _sln_'_ctt1 ' at _WiUards1 Hotel, be_^ tween' Mt. _g _ibtttyfe * of _K; Y., and Hon Mr. t _^_eridletoti orOhioi a bttJther-in-law ofP6iiip"Barti)_A{ _®ey.1 _^Be party were' separaie'd'by 'frWrilfe. "' THVtoaHifee _bfttair _difference " is _mSEfiotWi_' bai «ut$_pbBid -to have ' ' reference VtfttPtfitfwh' domestic difflJaltieB_^ _" ' ' ' " tJL '' '• i!'. ¦».._!•. ¦¦• i._tt!. ' * --i-j_. -¦»« •¦.-¦ ¦¦ - •¦> ¦¦¦< . _KTThe Bmfferet of Austria wasioD bed of a casket containing a'large snm of money, ' and a _pSSfet of important pajiers., ' _wMle1 '6n _hfs way to Warsaw. The money warfi-es_^ored through the agendy of axJai' abnin friar, to whofa the robber cohfideiffiis 'crime in' the confessional, but the Pipers are still missing. (^Nicholas Ldngworth was thrown frbm' _hifr _daYriage 6n the ,7th instant, on the corner of'Fifth and Walnut streets, Cincinnati, by his horses running away, and so BSffiyin_^_urtfd_^tbat he died two ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

To Consumptives: The advertiser lying been restored to health in a few weeksJy a very simple remedy, after having sulTerekeveral years with a severe Lung atfectionjarid that dread disease, Consumption , is anxioB to make known to his fellow sufferers the muns of cure. To all who- desire it -he will sen- a copy of the prescription used, [free of chale] with directions for preparing and. using pe same, which they will find a sure care for C|i-8umption, Bronchitis, &c. The only _objecopf advertiser in sending the prescription is to b«- efit the _aiflicted, and he hopes every sufTelr will try his remedy, as it will cost them riot ing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wist ing the prescription will please address _, I Rrv. Ejdwahd A. Wilson, _Williamsburg, 1 Oc. 13-3m] Kings co., N.M The Great Holland Remedy.—Bcei haw's Holland Bitters—Persons subject tj nervous or sick headache, will find in Been have's Holland Bitters a sure, safe and please ant remedy: It soothes the thro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

\\T _HEREASi the Honorable Henry G. V\ Long, President, Hon. A. L. Hayes and Ferrce Brinton, Esq., Ass. Judges of the Court of iCommon Pleas, in and for the Count,) oX Lancaster, and Assistant Justices of the Court of Oyer & _Teriniuer and General Jail Delivery and Quarter Sessions of the Peace, in and for the County of Lancaster, have issued their Precept to me directed 'requiring me, among other things, to make Public _PaocfcAitATiojj,throughout my Bailiwick, that a Court of Oyer and Tenniner and General Jail Delivery ; Also, a Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace and Jail Delivery, will commence aj the Court Hou3e,in the City of Lancaster, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, on* the «¦ .._/.--Third Monday in JANUARY, 1861: In pursuance of which precept Public Notice is Hereby GrvEir, to the Mayor and Alderman of the City of Lancaster, in said county, aud all the Justices of the Peace, the Coroner, and Constables of the said city and county oi Lancaster, that they b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Mariettian — 22 December 1860

_fiTSinee they left off keeping step to the masi_^of the Union in South Carolina they interdict our national airs altogether and the French revolutionary songs take their place. The introduction of the guillotine and the lamp-post would complete the picture. _f_^" The _Charlestown Mercury publishes a bill which is to be offered before the South Carolina Legislature, to proclam all* free negroes after the 1st of January as slaves and sell them at public auction, the proceeds to be applied to the tax funds of the various counties. _gaTlhe Washington Constitution, the orgUn of _President,,'Buchanan, is very savage upon John Bell for his recent union letter, and is very indignant that he should declare himself in favor of southern submission to Lincoln, and in oppusition to the .rights of secession. —.— »» _®"Hon. Philip F. Thomas, formerly Govenor of Maryland and Collector of the Port of Baltimore, and Commissioner of Patents underthe present administration, has been appointed Secr...

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