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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

f$* Official reports of _European countries have shown more boy-children are born in war than in times of peace, and that although at the end of the wars of the First NapoleoB, it was rare to find a Frenchman, over five feet three, there was a recuperation in the next age, and now the average height of the men does not vary much from what it was before, the Directory. (3* The Roxbury Journal states that the recent robbery of Mr. Appleton'S house in Shawmut avenue, of that city, was committed by a young man named Morse who boarded in the family and was about . .to be married to_»Mr. Appleton's daughter. He confessed the deed and says he did it in order to get money enough to be married with. 40* The Charleston Courier, of the 12th _inst., says: "The number of shells thrown into the city from the commencement of the bombardment up to Saturday, the three hundred and sixty-fifth day, (one year,) is seven thousand and ninety-one."

Publication Title: Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

£3* Thei Buffalo Medical Journal describes a new disease which has appear_, ed at Cheektawaga, in Erie county, of which several persons have died. It commences with a diarrhoea, and is followed by emaciation till death supervenes. The autopsy revealed the cause of deathnfiTbetHe " presence of the worm Trichina spiralis in the striated muscles. The same parasite was _felso shown in a sausage, of which one of the dead persons had eaten, and' without doubt originated from pork. The worm was probably set free in the process of digestion, and immediately pierced the walls of the intestines . , creating the _diarrhsea, and passed through the peritoneum into the muscles. It is very tenacious of life, and will resist a strong heat. The parasites were .found in the . muscles of the dead persons in large numbers. The medical men have no doubt that the use of pork as an article of diet was the cause of the disease. Tapeworm, it is believed, originates in. a similar manner_.

Publication Title: Mariettian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

Death of Father Waldo.—The venerable _Father Waldo, of Revolutionary fame, is dead. The Syracuse Courier says: "Ere this item is read this morning, the probability is that the venerable Father Waldo shall have.. passed from bis earthly sojourn to the promised land of the eminently good and virtuous. He is now in his one hundred and second jear, and has been rapidly.sinking for several days past from an affection of the throat. At oar latest, accounts last evening, the. venerable , and respected steward of God's choice was lying in an insensible stupor, from which there was no hope of arousing him. Even, while we indite these few, lines his spirit might have passed to its Creator. Father Waldo is one of the twelve survivors of the _Revolutionary War, and in his passage from life to eternity, he stands prepared to be garnered, like unto a sheaf of wheat fully ripe." -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

tg* In Germantown, _Penna., the other day, some small boys were sitting on the sidewalk near the railroad depot, making a kite ; and as they were shaping the paper f&r it, a citizen passing along that way saw, among the covering intended for the sticks a five hundred dollar United States five-twenty bond. He took the bond and went with the -boya to their horne, and there 1 earned that ft woman belonging to the house had found it in the street. She did not know its character, and picked it up because there were pretty pictures upon it. The owner of the bond, living in the neighborhood, had lost it from his pocket, and had returned to the city after -it. He recovered his property..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

% the campaign which ended L m _?_Je of Cbicamauga, oar boys \_Ld& _Ife_, cotillion parties in the 1_^: fe_^ere well attended by H p m: _oioo and _Secesh. The ©54 _^^ions were jvery care-Ifjkfi they used in the .i^* _^_%t they might ofv _^ _*%, _>_i stepped up to iF'iST 'i_$gly,"Will mm ^|derai fe_^- - Suicidk of an Aged Man.—Mr. Ezra Davol_, an aged and respectable citizen, was found, yesterday afternoon, lying near the grave of his wife, in the old burying ground, with blood flowing from hie nose and month. He was immediately conveyed to his residence, and on examination it was found that he had shot himself, the ball passing up through the roof of his mouth into or near the brain. He remained in an unconscious state last night and during toe day, and at the time of our going to press he was still alive. M r. Davol was in his eightyfirst year, and has of late, we understand, exhibited some symptoms of mental aberration. He was undoubtedly laboring under some d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

Wkt _^j _iiri _cttirtn. F. L. _leaker, Editor. MARIETTA. PA : SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1864.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

_^Sf While the rebels were- ia Maryland, one of their officers, in reply to some interrogatory, remarked "We take from pur northern friends and sympathisers more freely than from Union people because we feel that they would specially ly desire to contribute to the good cause of the south." The logic is unimpeacha ble, but it is questionable whether it iJlly salved the feelings of those who 1§| beir cattle,and horses driven away, 4 _^_bstanding,every traitorous act and ' _%e of _theie lives. <*¦_& _" . ¦ - . • ' . ..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

4_ET Major James H. Lane, of the 31st U. S. colored troops, was recently tried by court martial, at the Ninth Army Corps headquarters, upon the charge of cowardice and conduct unbecoming an officer and geutleman, and sentenced "to be cashiered, with the loss of all pay and allowances now due or to become due, have his _sbonlder straps and buttons to be cut off and bis sword broken in the presence of his regiment, he thereafter to be confined at hard labor at the Dry _Tortugas until the expiration of his term of service." _~ ' ' _^ _^ ' '—" . -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

_$_&¦ Gen. Me Thereon, who was Killed near Atlanta on Friday, was engaged to be married to a beautiful and accomplished young lady of Baltimore. The despatch announcing his death by accident fell into her hands on its arrival. It was addressed to her mother, who, not being able to see well without her glasses, passed it to the daughter engaged to the deceased to read. Seeing it recorded his death, she instantly fainted. The scene was peculiarly distressing.—-N. Y. Express.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

_®- The Palmer (Mass.) Journal states that about'_sixty_^cases-i»f small-pox and varioloid have been treated at the State Almshouse during the past three months with but a single fatal result, and that was in the case of a man who was taken there in the last stages: of the disease from a neighboring town. The remedy used in all these cases was a tea made from a plant known in medicine as sarracenia purpura, familiarly called ladies' saddle or water cup, , the root of which is {he remedial part.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

_(_iT The Lewistown (Me.) Journal has the following : "There are a couple of spinsters in Greene—monomaniacs in their way—who have been trying to see how many cats could be multiplied from one pair. They began with one pair when the rebellion broke out, and, as the kittens have grown and multiplied, their number now reaches the alarming number of 440 cats and _kittens !"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

_gf Miss Pauline Gushman, on every evening of her appearance at the Boston' Theatre, has announced her readiness to lead a company of young men to the front. On Wednesday night she read the list oJLthose who responded, and among the names were those of William W'halley, Charles Barron, -James M Ward and -William Scallan. actors.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

§9* James -Bennett, of MerceTaburg_, Pa., is now in his ninety-first year. He is a cooper, bale and healthy, and has lived in _Mercersburg for Bixty years. He has harvested on the same place for thirty-two successive years, and has miesed but one harvest since he was twelve years old. This year he worked for ten days as a field hand.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

_Q§_T A correspondent tells of a chap who was drinking at a counter, and withal being tolerably tight, after several attempts to raise the glass to his lips, succeeded in getting it high enough to pour the contents inside the shirt collar, and set the glass down with the exclamation. 'That's good.but a little too much ice, Mr. Barkeeper.'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

.6* The Niagara Falls correspondent ofthe New, York Commercial Advertiser wrote that if George. Sanders and Jacob Thompson failed to bring about an armistice with a call for a convention of,all the States, they will endeavor to procure as ah alternative the nomination, by the Democracy, of ex-President Pierce at Chicago. . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

9g_* A western editor eays that he would as soon try to go to sea on a shingle, make a ladder of fog, chase a streak of lightning through a crab apple orchard, or set Lake .Erie on fire with a loco foco match, as to stop .two young lovers getting married when they take it into their heads to do so.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

_Cpr It was admitted, in a recent .debate in the House of Commons, -that daring the last ten years Ireland has lost two and a half millions of its population, and that the exodus is. still going on at the rate of one hundred and twenty thousand per annum.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

f_^" .been ascertained by M. Gaw, that the intensely, bitter and nausooub taste of many drugs may be completely disguised by mixing them with chloroform. It is claimed that even the bitter taste of quinia and the peculiar odor of _asafoetida can be thus_.destroyed. /i— ?' ¦ _» ¦ *>

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

_9* There is a surplus of females in Massachusetts, and'a surplus of males in Oregon. Steps have been taken in New York looking towards an organization to send females.to Oregon. The news, when it reaches the Pacific, is expected to produce great joy. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 6 August 1864

_0* There is said to be a young lady, aged sweet eighteen, who belongs to and resides in St. Louis, and who has done nothing but eat and sleep since she was four years old. She is awake seven minutes twice in twenty-four hours, and then talks and eatsi

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