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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 1, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaAit he amp Oes Lebanon Fenny a establishment in now a applied with an extensive 25� which will to increased As Tho . It can now torn out pm Max of of a nth a i a beat and expeditious manner had Oft very Rray Oil a Bie terms. Sadi As fan phut Cheeks business cuts handbills. Cow ours labels. Nit heeding Blank. Programmes slips Iff 1 air of of. I invitations tickets e., 4c. Of Immor All kinds. Common . A chop a Juato oct Constable and other husks printed Donee Fly and neatly on the beet paper constantly kept for Sale at this office sult the to a Kulw Cristion Price of the Lebanon on dour and a half a year. Address a. M. Bits Butk Lebanon a. To rent. Of two Bottos fit 2d Story Walnut a tree formerly 00-i entitled a a no attorney a office and tailor shop. Mno. Of ctn Berland a net a a hop formerly occur pistes shoe a tor and tin shop with Tho same room a a Tufly a. A Kook. ,,18,h<bi1 notice Fth Frosk indebted longer them ninety Days Are to x Quistad to make payment an the business in Tbs a try a mob y in the of Unity have to come up to it Wrner a cd prompt payment is sex pct Ltd. J. George fsb.18 1863.,. a a it Prii Alc Sale we Lold ii it private Sale v 8 acres of land. Situated Odiear tote Borough line. In co n Vau Toni Sulpi ill adjoins the land of widow Fulmer on tie North we. Atkins and John on the Hast. Therou a Ona Story log h0�o8k� weather Boa Doii Lactea Snitke Laid and a Good Well in the to fluid has quarries. This tract will makes Nice Home for a mall family. It isl Rae from ground rent. Good title will be aug Adam . It a 5.�?tbi tract is now a Overes with Fine grass i amp la of i which Wujs be Giren to the purchaser Isline 13 i860. A her sate or Exchange. A raft undersigned will ice or Exchange for a smart x a Vajai his desirable House and lot of ground in a East Street Oast Lebanon. The House is a new two a tory Brick with Kitchen attached ail Well Bull tired we arranged with All Neces big a . So Cistern Bath House Hosn full kinds of fruit Trees &c., on the. Piti noises. Tbs pro pity if not sold will be exchanged As stove. Good and indisputable title Given. For far tier information apply to s a James n. Rogers Tif Nick. It Beba Aon Afy 18 1862 Howard association j f. A a i . Thil skates of the nervous system. a Ujj Torr Tutta or seminal weakness. Impo Takce and elder Al Batione of the re uhf organs physical Dubni l1ty and premature decay one Blip reliable treatment in reports of the Howard association Lent by mail in sealed letter envelopes be id Dresa or. Houghton Insano no. 2 South ninth Street Phil a 18cs�?ly. Quot ii Moval s. T. Mca0a�ij attorney it Law h49 removed his office to Market Street opposite the bask two doors North of widow kor a of hotel. Lebanon March 25, �?T63,. A a. Stanley Ulrich a to Orney at Law h7bcb/s second Story adjoining Iier up of a in stiff of file Cumberland Street Leba Tomi a. Jap. Id. 1883.�?6m a a Oil Viilu t1istrict attorney has removed his office t jy4 Tolu room lately occupied by or. Geo. P. Line a of apr la Cumberland Street Lebanon few doors Quot Sastro lift Eagle hotel and two Doys West of gen. W�mmani6s�e. Lebanon dec. 17,1862. Cyrus p. Niller a ttornj5y-at-Law a office in Walnut Street neat a by opposite the Buck hotel and two doors South from Karmany s hardware store. Lebanon april 9,1882,-ly. A or. Samuel b veg lit office amp at the old residence or or. Geo. Reidenauer opposite the. Court House Lebanon a. Lebanon March 25, �?T63. Or. Abiah h. Light. Qff�r8 Bis proof he Rohfel Tho a Ismie of lie Borough of Lebanon quid Vicinity. Office in Wal fit Street ttfs3loora North Ofalie lutheran Par a Siage. A a a a Quot a a a a a a March 4,1863. Pensions. In. Go. K. amp ver having been appointed by to la �,s�inis8ioner of pensions at Rashin toti exam ii amp a surgeon for pensions is pro pared to attend amp Rall applicants for pension at his of Flea. In Market Street a of door to the Post office. Lebanon March 25th, 1863.�?ct so affairs Fen shows. Suck wounded an disabled soldiers who Are applicant is for pension will be examined by a it a. W. M. Guilford examining pension surgeon for the government. A pars promptly in do out and forwarded to the depart the diet Fuji amp Ston. Office opposite the Market House Lebanon a. Lebenon March 25thj 1863.�?2m. �969 jew styles. 1863 add a Rise in Cumberland Street Between in Market and the court . Tto rth Side has now on hand a splendid assortment of the new 1� style of hats and Caps for men and boys for 1858, to which the attention of the Public is respectfully invited. Vats of All pm rides. From the cheapest to Tho Idos a a Ostly always on hand. He has also just opened a splendid Assort a ent of Sam mar Hata embracing such a Straw. To Ana Mai pedal. Pearl Horn leg Horn Senate. Cubian and All others. also wholesale All kinds of hats Caps it to country Autan Ageous terms v Ulf Fiona april 30,1862. A a clocks. A a thirty Ray eight Ray thirty hour a Job just received at a Tia Tel s jewelry store Lebanon a. And stationery. D. C. Dissinger fould inform the Public Bathe has taken Tiro Vav Book and stationery store 2 doors South of 7.ion i it lutheran Church where he is prepared u sup ply All who May favor him with a Call. new York and Philadelphia daily and weekly Myers and Magazine will a Ornis lied at Tho regular prices. An Nhuy wanted line will he cheerfully at ten do drop. D. C. Dissinger. L la Noi it Yob. 18.1863.__j_ books amp stationery. A Mew firm. Waltz a Houck of Tould inform Tho Public that having bought and a w a consolidated the Book and stationery stores of to. It. Redet and George Waltz they Are now prepared to wait on All who will Faroe them with a Call at the eld stand h h roedts in Cumberland Street a hero a they will always have on hand a Large and Well be looted Auppl or school Blank and sunday school Rooks and As an a on Bomont they Oifer their Miscella tie tii books at greatly reduced prices. If he new York and i i Ladelphia daily and weekly magazines can be had and subscribed for on reasonable terms by railing at their store. Anything wanting in their Une will be cheerfully at tended to with promptness and dispatch. 12 1862. A Large and splendid assert ios3 a a Mei cloths amp efes for cd Frei Panta and. Call Aud red Renine our Stock. We feel confident that we can please. Prices to suit the times at Henry amp Stine a. , american Ccu non yol. 14�?no. 41. Lebanon. Pa., wednesday Apil a it �863. Whole no. 719. Notice. Richie undersigned having disposed of Bis a Timber a x Coal Yard All persons indebted will make settlement on or before the 1st of april 1863. From and after that Date the books will to in the hands of Anthony s. Ely esq., Justice of the peace for collection. Philip bbb chill. North Lebanon Jan. 21, �?T63. for collectors of state county and militia tax for Sale cheap at the advertiser office. Also for collectors of school tax. Beorge hoffmans Lebanon county transportation line by Lebanon Talley Railroad. Particular attention to goods shipped by the Lebanon Valley Railroad. Goods will to sent daily to and from Lobanon. Myers town and Annville stations. A a Sll Fother Points in the county. Quot a v freights contracted tor at tie least possible Ratos and delivered with dispatch. The proprietor will pay particular attention to and attend per Soully us Tho receiving and delivery of All freight. ,. For mfg Rution apply at ids office at the Lebanon vol left rat Road Icban on. m arh. Ins agent in Philadelphia will always to s merchant s Motel North Defairia. Third st. A Inlall 0 f Geo. Hoffman. Victoria lawns plaid and striped Nanook Al Plain and p Laid Cambric plaid and dotted mulls Brilliant Marseilles Bobins is largest assortment. At the store of. Henry amp Stine. If you want., a i Tio Roora Pir of yourself or Friend the vast Are to to bad at daily s gallery next door to the Lton non Dup Uail Ouail. New goods Hist received at tiie store of l. 1. Laudermilch in Cumberland Street Lebanon a. Selling or Selling Oil an inducement to Cash buye1�s. A ill save sb6uu pee cent. Ladies Dresh goods. French Merino fancy and Black Silks from 50 ecu is to $1 50. Dennins from 10 to 20 cents. Lawns from 6% to 16 cents. ,.mohair Plain from 16 to 37 cents. Valencias from 8 to 16 and. Boys Wear. Black cloth from $1 00 to $4 50. Fac a and from-50 to $1 50. Ladies cloak cloth from $1 00 to $1 50. Cotto Nades from to to 20 cents. Domestics. Muslin from 64 to 12 cents. Check from id to 12 rents. Ticking from 10 to 16 Bents. Cal icons from 64 to 124 Cento. Gingham from 10 to 20 cents. Shawl is Aalst i. Spring shawls from it �0-t� a 00. A Black Tibet shawls from $2 00 to. $4 00. Notions i notions i v. Parasols and umbrellas from 50 to 33 00. Stockings from to 75.cents,. Hoop skirts from 25 to to 60. Handkerchiefs from 64 to 8 cent Linen and paper assortment of ready made clothing carpets carpets groceries and Queens Are. Provisions. Sugar cured Siam . Fruits fruits dried apples dried plums dried peaches j dried elderberries Al sold to suit the times by. A. ,_lattdermim1h. N. B. A All a kinds of country Troat be Tsewu change for goods. L k. L. Lebanon april 23.1862.__&Quot a Economy is wealth i for in cents. $270 24 1947 12 2552 00 402 83 3 00 Borough account. Joseph Karch esq., treasurer in account with Lebanon Borough from March 20. To March 9,1863 or. To rash receive from . Miller. Collector for 1860, in full to Cash received from Geo Walter collector for 1861 to Cash from j. B. Light for 1662 do d. Job Miller do do. , potters Field rent 1861 1 to Cash from Owen Laubach potters. Field rut 1862 5 60 to cosh for 2 circus licenses 20 co to Cash from . Ballanco a left or it Stock a 24 93 Tocash for House and curb rights. 205 65 $5-130,.a a a car. A a a a by Ballanco due to treasurer. March 20.1802 by Cash paid sundry persons on orders issued for debts contracted by Lor Ruer Council As Foli Owea a we Bentz. Lanterns h. 11. Cha flu stationary Geo. Waltz do Geo. Bang. Street Corni missioner Uimer a Bra. 1�?~epainng pure a Wug no ii. Brandts . J. T. Young Gas burners. Aug. Witman work Atli Ghl pavement George amp Lyle in Stone Guitry rent mrs. Bassillia land damage Bomhard Kauch do a $196 32 $4 37 1 53 93 a 3 75 13 90 6 >10 4 80 1 12 32 81 3 38 10 62 by Cash paid per Oigt a or orders issued As follows to wit a . Mccaully ,.mco�ul by Bond in full369 60 Henry brands estate Bond in fill 104 31 Daniel Seifort .1. A lifter. A. Treasurer of l. C b. Society Solomon Mccaully a. W. Killing a a. A Jno. Witmoyer. Igaac Loffer a. Focht Geo. W. Shay work it ter. Fire com. D. Walter Carpenter work do j. H. Lovrick. Do major amp Iron plates . Iva Many Coal Wilson amp co., Oil Richey lib see cites. Devorin reps iring Hose Braidt janitor for Union fire com. I1 Chas. Sever a repairing Hose committee cleaning engine major amp Bro. Iron plates. D. M. Karmany Coful Wilson amp co., Oil a Kilboy Hose a. A , janitor s. J. Babb serving subpoenas d. 51. Karmany a hardware Jno. Sowers Blacks Knitli work w. C. Farber a do j. T Young lamp burners. -guo.j. Arentz cleaning Street Bowma litauer amp Cupp lumber j. Ii. Miller clerk fees Curt of Junr. Ter session. B. H. Readle stationary Henry a Stine refunded tax. A. S. Ely Deposit ideas in land damage Hagerty a hover Juo. Georgy candles a. Geo. Kurtz. Serving sub tubas j. , stationary ,. Geo. Ross matches Oil a. S3 3l 413 31 138 24 396 91 328 09 a Nice . Kei Ilert a song. They Tell Ute i roust die Mother like As the roses Bloom they Tell me i Mart lie Mother within the silent to it pm. For health with aft its Joys Mother is fading feet away and death my thoughts employ Mother full Well from Day to Day. My Cheek is growing Pale Mother and my sparkling it Eye my strength begins to fail Mother t Feo that i must die. 1 t am not afraid of death Mother. You taught me m my youth r. That 1 should love my god Mother in sincerity and truth. 1 love your Well Mother a tis Sweet with line it but i love my save on More Mother. And tic 1 can give. A a Quot Yaj. A i a a a a. A 1 know you w Lone Mother with one the kiss to share but porting is our lot Mother to meet again above. I know your household Bonds Mother Are growing vory Small. Acid i too shall go Mother the youngest of them All. Of. Close my dying eyes Mother and Pray for me once More a. That Angels j Roii will come Kotlier and take Roe to that Shore. I feel that i must die Mother my Saviour Buls Ino Como then Adios Adieu Adieu Mother until to moot in heaven. Was wrapped in a Cloud. He groped Onward a few Steps Atnel then remembered that be had Leit the door open. A Stop a said he a a that a not right in whereupon he groped Back again and called a a Doolette shut a and the door immediately closed with a loud noise. A , Lime accustomed to the darkness he could look about him and saw the whole a space Quot crowded with sacks bags boxes and chests filled with Good and Silver Money diamonds pearls and ail sorts of jewels. A ooh exclaimed the poor woodcutter a if i had Only one single handful of alb this it would give my eight Little ones food and clothing for a whole j ear a but he was Doo honest to think of touching it though with ail Bis work his family Vivero almost starving just then a voice from the Knss called to him a take As much Asj of choose a the poor fellow was so frightened that he turned to run away and would have fled out of the Tower if he had not terror quite. F i gotten the word to open the door. He trembled till he was ready to fall but hardly dared Trust Bis own ears until the voice repeated the 1 thanking Bis unseen Benefactor with a voice that trembled with boy he. The last two lines of each Vera to by repo Attl is j took up two pc pcs of . Gold and a j handful of Silver coins and slipped them into his pocket. The jewels be did not touch for Asho said they would be of no use to him except he sold them and then people would suspect him of having stolen them. A take More Goody then a said the voice and Hans in Delight look a whole handful of Gold saying that was All he needed for that was e no ugh to last him a whole year. A you Are a worthy fellow a said the it it a to. Or i i voice. Gomo a often a you like the Gray ruins of the Castle of Dumm and take. Much As you want a i opening Tho door by the magic a Story for Little folks Contentment is better than riches. A German wonder Story j on an open space upon one of the j most thickly wooded mountains of Germany May be seen even now g. Borgner strict com st. 100 50 80 40 do do do do do a do do do do a do Dodo do do Quot do do. Do do do do do do a do Dodo do do do do. Do. A do Cumberland water Centre High st. Mary Robrert a Chestnut steam House Walnut a 51arkot . sin Oke Alley m Eidos addition35 00 jail Alley 14 25 Lone Leao -9 75 Tuini 23 19 12 52 4 62 124 49 107 87 6 37 39 05 3 43 39 56 12 72 13 00 6 to Burg. If these old. Walls could speak the m get Tell fearful tales for the a w0&Quot"0 7od-cuue7 ran Tome Quot old it Solo was once the stronghold of told i wife Hilj i Ood Fortune and a band of robbers whose treasures it is Saidy were hidden in a vaulted cellar under a that has now disappeared hut of which wonderful stones wore told. It it was a Warith summer evening that a poor Wood Cutter who had been at work in the Woods was passing the old Castle on his Way Home and s w lying in Bis path an old. Black looking Book. , for its owner. He discovered an old hid Bis treasure careful in away. The next Day he went Back and filled his pockets and his Cap. This be repeated. Every Day for a week and. Then he told his unknown Friend that he had enough a Noigh to last tor All the rest of his life so he would take no More. Now Trio curiosity of the neighbors began to to excited for the woodcutter s family not Only lived and looked More comfortably than Ever but had something for every poor of a a Anuniru different tits. 76 so the Best and cheapest household remedy in the world. Hiram w. Rank of Jonestown Lebanon county would a. Respectfully inform his friends and the Public that he Basc a nested himself with , in Tho tobacco snuff and Segar ?8 How Street phil�., to receive customers and will a ill try Tel that will prove Safe torn Philadelphia july 17 i i Rye or. Us no log a a Wirob store cheer of Market and water so Crete Lebanon a a rib undersigned Laforme tuo a a by a i that be a received an extensive a took of the Cherie est end purest a honors of All descriptions. The a mfle3r\ljquoia he is invariably disposed to sell at it a a Low prices. Ftp druggists Farmers h Otel keepers and oth Ere will consult their own interests by buying of the Quot a Ndu signed. Quot a a Dieg. Teysson july 8,1862. Madame Dadog Popper s great cough remedy a Radamez amp dec por terms curative Balsam if it warranted if used Accord ing to the directions to cure in All cases coughs colds whooping cough asthma and All affections of the Throat and lung made Zadoc porters Balsam is prepared with All the requisite care Ai <1 skill from a combination of the Best remedies the vegetable Kingdon affords its remedial qualities a based of its Power to. Re Sist Trio healthy and Vigo Latsiou of the. Blood through the lungs it is not a violent remedy but pm Ouimet a Waim ing searching and effect Ive cab be taken by the oldest person or youngest child. Made Zadoc Poutt cars Balaam has by ii used by the Public for Over 18 i years and has acquit edits present Sale simply by be in g recommended by those who have used it to their afflicted friends a 1 others. Most Madoc por terms curative Balsam is sold Al it Price which brings it in the reach of a Verj one to keep it convenient Abr use. The timeyji8e of a single bottle will prove Tobo Worth 100 times its Oost. A Yout Money a do not be persuaded to pure hse articles at 4s. To $1, which do not contain the virtue of a d Ime bottle of Madame Porter s curative Balsam a the Cost of manufacturing which is As great of almost Auy other Medicine and the very Low Price at which it is sold makes the profit to the seller apparently Small and unprincipled dealers will sometimes recommend other medicines on which Kheir profits Are larger unless the customers a. Sist upon having Madame fort cry a and none ask for Mai Jame Dortero a curative Balsam Price 13 Eta., Aud in Large bottles at 25 cis., and take no other. In you can not get it at one store you can at another. 499&Quot sold by All druggists and store keepers at 13 cents and in larger bottles at 2f cents. 11 All amp Ruckel proprietors new York. Age Jos. L. Lemperger a add. Geo. Ross agents Leban on a. January gs.1863. Take Root the. Builders win Job Wei by calling on j. A agent As he is prepared to do All kinds of tin roofing spouting and Quot Job Trouk generally at the very lowest prices. Ii also has on hand a Large and Good assortment of All kinds of tin Ware and most improved Gas burning Cook stoves and parlor stoves. Also All the different and latest improved ranges and Heaters of All kinds. He also keeps can stonely on hand a Largo Stock of All kinds or roofing slate which he offers at less Price than they can be bought of slate men in the county. Fare rooms one door South of Tho a Buck hotel a wat Nitt Street Lebanon a. Lebanon december 25.1861. A a a a a a Lebanon Gas company for Gas con a turned a it. To Wurth a Reinoehl printing $28,75 , a a �335 , a a 2009 . Hartman a m jnu0 Jacob done Otmara kit House 21,90 i Bael Fengwu. Books at Market. House a Quot 42,99 . Young a. House,.,. 11,44 Atkins amp Broa Brit skirt Market House _. I. Fis,70 Cut blog Earp enter work Luat ber. Ac.,at Market Tau red a 189.95 Samuel j. Babb police a it Henry Mccord a a. A eos Kurtz Quot a a a a Quot Jefferson b. Light col. For amount a eve or paid / july interest on Cowpens r. Re by ends january Ioto rest of coupons a u. Hoods. , of a qualifying officers John Barkes distributing appeals lot Cea ,. It Joho i John Damp res High Cun to self frees a John Darkus clerk o Market a a comm Tate on Appeal a j Lnae Hofier Surve or a it l. L. Grey Nawy Ltd calculating a \ peal be ice Kuil duplicate a cd. M. Of Irmay chief Burgess l. L. Grenawalt ass strut Bogess Monk with a Long Gray braid sitting a Quot a one anil5,Njg Quot put tb0 4t Maturo tha t came to their door xbt7 it a rvs a Hurt a 035 6� rant and Isan and very Ever 80 the concluded that lie must i Quot top Quot �i1 blk 8uper.,or81 a have found better employer i behind a tree and watch j a i. J cd the stranger. Presently the Monk arose went Samuel Light councilmen Philip Fibber. A a or Al new Ltd , a a Mkh-lvu8cr, a a. L. Wring c. P. Mi.to�?�, at Towie Jos. Karch 4. E Miller Cork balance in the hands of the trea surer March 9, l8od total. Outstanding taxes Geo Walter col for 1861, deficiencies acid Cumuli Tsiun to be deducted ,. A. A Stiller col. For8c2. Dot fic Lenv cies and commission to be a Duch a 1 i _ ran Oam i a the fkr Aurum received orders on Jui Chapons 1862, on who Fth he paid balance in hands of the treas. Al in in orders for january co i Pous l8os_ 0b which he Pihu. A a bal. In hands of Dhu trots. in hands of to treas. For Jau. Coupons 1862/ a Feu pro seated \ balance in hands of the treks for july coupons who up a sentia in addition to the above the Twilow ing Are the r rough Ciiab inuits on . Bouda 3 Bonds to win. Shirk i Bond Daniel Seifertt amount of r. R. Boivid of Tatami Henry amp Stine have now opened their Tauge and very handsome assortment of Chaillos striped Pluid and Plain Mozambique a Shepherd plaids Cabalu Delaine foulard Poppins ac., a. Also a full Stock of mo0rn1no goods s h As a ii marines. Barege Crape Moretz. I Enady a be bad eyes All woo Dei Aines Challies ac., ac., which Aro worm looking after for the certainly Aro a croat a am. Black and White Ohene popmn8. Block and Plain. Plaid popups la Lac. Blue and Green plaids a a Black and White Delaine. A Kleh plaid Poppins a Rich chone Poppins Silver mixed Poppins very handsome at the Corner of Cumberland and Market streets. Lebanon. May 14.1862 f a or Barg amp Infin gentleman and Beyst Wear please Call at the cheap agora of Henry a st Hie. 349.50 �?T1/26 .12,00 1949 20,00. 15.00 1.00 13,50 10.00 10 00 to of. Now Lobo 10,90 10,00 19.00 19.90 1000 10.00 800 ? Lourid to the other Side of Tho Tower i j and disappeared behind some stones. I a lightly As a c it and stealthily As a Serpent the Vood Culter followed and i j save him. Atop at a door that to Nev. Or remembered to have seen before. J the Monk struck it lightly with 1 is 334,93 forefinger three times mid i it leu can red aloud a Deor Bolte open a Imine 338, d lately the door opened slowly acid j without the least sound though from 83 ii nppearance3 he hinges must have been very Rusty. The e Monk. Passed 1 in and the Wood Cutter heard him Call again. A a Doolette shut a in kiss it immedi Abiy closed again., the Wood Cutter Shook his a head 1249,50 92, 4 for this was a strange affair. Lie examined the Vole place closely door was of like a Mark $54� 7 t 1431.99 2422,46 900,00 849.00 51,00 349.50 2b4 00 8 50 18.00 6 00 841.20. 300 00 1141 0 11 f5i 00 12 9 �0 at a special meeting of the Council he id 0 tuber 4ti 1862, it wit d resolved that he Siock 1 so by the Borough of Lebanon in the phil1 it and r a Ling r. R. Company Shroll be sold Ioimo Dlatt by Nudon n o Tion Chiet Burgess . Karn Rouy a Kud be y 11 wore instructed to proceed to t off 11 a flu. Menses. Drexel a . Disposed of thou Atlef Ful lowing rates to wit a. A 206 bares at $39 $"8w 06 103 a a 39vd j012 60 200 a a,7775.00 commission pail Drexel h co. 62.50 balance a 25.0j at a of the a Roncil d. M. Kar run by was to Deposit wafd balance in the Lebanon Valley Bank and Issue pro Posa s for the redemption of$26i000 of thebe rough a sum ber Ofero Pasala were received and All being at Par Ira by the interest from july 1862. Ill Cru instr noted to redeem at the Price Al Ilmet All that could be induced to a t ,. An>9��t bought of Coupon Bond $16850 00. Improvement Bonds 1050 0� balance paid to Jos. Kach. Treasurer. ¿4 93. $19425 00 . Karmany. Chief Burgee. At tit David it a Lebanon mar. 12. 1b6j. D id you see Atkins a boo. 8 new Boot and fit ion store. X. The a Iron but looked Only upon the great Stone Najj ii of a look or a be Jiorle was to Fie is swim. Jle was attn rest tempted to pronounce himself Tho mysterious words Heivad heard the Monk say so great were his anxiety and Euri of Ity. But his courage failed and a amp of he wont borne in a Uch a trembling 56 4 i and a of cd condition that to forgot oven the old Book. After he was in bed to began to what could a bad a or quoted him More than to the Wonky while he was certainly quite As Able to take care of himself. Thep too the Good i3od was there As Well As elsewhere and As Iong Jya to was doing nothing wrong would surely protect he could not sleep for thinking of All this and of the Chance he might have had of of the great treasure had always i Hoard was m Tho vault of that old Tower if he Ronld Only do that his poor Over worked wife should have some rest he knew and his eight Little ones Wou div t go ragged barefooted and half fed much about himself he did not think the next Day was sunday. Hans had hot slept a Wink but he got up at Daybreak put on his Best clothes went to the bed where the eight children were sleeping sweetly and softly kissed each one gently on the forehead and then walked off to the old Tower Here he sat Down on a Groat Stone and thought of All sorts of things but at last to got his courage up went boldly up to the Iron door and called a do Orletti open Ahe waited some moments a Ftp the door still remained its tightly shut As Ever suddenly he a ooh a said be a i did no to begin then raising his forefinger he made the three strokes each a Little harder than the other and after the last one exclaimed a a Doolette open open went the door in an instant and Hans entered a narrow Pas it and the Bage in which he Felt As though he ing very Early put All the one night after they were All in bed Tho Wood Cutter is wife said to him a Hans do you know How much Money we have Ato replied Hans a i Neverth Ouight i of counting.�?T.,. But it can you count v persisted the e i wife a a a a a j no a replied hairs. I. A Heither can i a said the wife a but t we must know a a i know a said Hans a that in the Market sixteen pecks make a Bushel. What shall we do a. A weigh it a said the wife. A neither of us can count so much. We must Send for our neighbors acaios.�?T. A Yon Are right a said Hans and he sent to his neighbor Martin and borrowed his neighbor Martin was. Very miserly and very curious and to put a bit of soft Wax on the Bottom of the Scales before he sent them. To this bit. Of Wax a Silver Coin stuck but the Wood Cutter did not see Scales Wei a sent Home. Hihi what now a said Martin As he turned up the scale. A has neighbor Hans so much Money that he roust weigh it whether he has found it or stolen it i must have my share a a it Best suited his plan to wait a Day or two then he put the Silver Thaler pocket and went to the woodcutters. He was at work away off in the Woods. A so much the better a thought Martin and to the Woods be Wehrt. Well Hans a said he in a most Friendly Way a what did you want to weigh with my Scales a now the Wood Cutter would not have lied for his life and he did not1 wish to Tell so he turned very red stammered and hesitated and then began to talk about seed Corn and Barlev hoping to turn the conversation. But Martin had his own purposes. A Hihi neighbors no More of that said , and Drew Tho hard Silver Thaler from his pocket a this is neither seed Corn nor bar Lej you be goi Money somehow and i a going to have the half in full or i notify the police of either a robbery or a Murd Isrl perhaps both in poor plans cursed his own careless nos but finding there Ivas a to help but in lying. Told f Martin the whole Story Only begging him to. Keep the secret a a pretty ass i should be to. Tell of it said Martin a and set others on Tho scent but he called Hans a thousand taking All he could get and is Isth do non his showing. Him the Vety spot and telling him the pass word As the Only condition on which he would not set Abe police on him. And Hans was forced to prom a sed that he would. ,. For several Day Martin Era himself in providing bags in _ to bring away treasures top after a sleepless night he Rose one morn a a a smaller bags into one Large one threw it Over Bis shoulder and went for Hans to show him the place. Hans tried hard to persuade him not to go and even Promise to give him. Half of what he himself had but All in vain. Though he did not say so then to was resolved to have that to but he entertained Tho Wood Cutter All the Way with stories of what he was going to do with his treasures and a made it out a very Good action to help him to get it. He was going he sad to give Hans half one tenth a to the Church and untold sums to the alms Bouse while every poof Man woman or child in the whole District i was to be clothed from head to Root and then fast cd. J Liana was forced to show him the place but to so worked upon his a fears by telling stories of horrid j things that had happened by taking t others into Buch places with those who were seeking treasures that Martin at last agreed to demand no from him after they got the door open than to take the sacks out after he had filled them and taken them there. When they reached the Tower Martin was so agitated at the thought of the vast riches he was going to get that he could scarcely utter the words that were to open the door. He did however at last stammer them out and open flew the door with a noise that made them both tremble in every limb. Martin wont in with his bags on his shoulder but when he had groped on a few Steps he remembered that he had loft the door open and that Hans now familiar with the place a night slip in and take some of Tho treasures so he stumbled Back again and called a a do drive tfx a shut a when bang 1 went the Iron do or with a Force that Shook the whole Tower. Beginning now to see his Way Martin lost no More time but Drew from under his blk use a shovel he had brought for that purpose and began filling his sacks. In the midst of it a fierce Savage looking Black dog came slowly out of the darkness yawned stretched bit self and then curled up besides Martins filled sacks. Rolling up his fiery Eyesto the miser he growled be off you wretch 1 let All that alone begone the wicked Man trembled so that he could not stand. He fell upon his Knees and bands and crept on All fours As fast As his failing limbs would take him to the door wanting no in tag shut to get out. But . Terror he had no control Over his words or thoughts but got everything wrong and so kept calling a a Doolette shut a a Ofca urse the door remained As it was. And midst of the piteous Calls he kept repeating he could not help thinking of the wicked lies he had told Hans on their Way about the use he was going to make of this treasure Foi nothing was farther Fri m his thoughts than to give any Pari of 11 10 my or to the poor. Indeed he had made every arrangement before he started to murder Hans As soon As he was done with him and so get his wealth too. _ All this time Hans outside was wondering what kept him so Long and. Trembling lest something had Bap opened. Blo listened but not a sound could he hear but the beating of his own heart and the sound of the wind among the Trees. At last he was sure he heard a cry of agony and terror followed by the howl of a dog in an instant he struck the door pronounced the magic words and with a Little unspoken prayer for help and Protection rushed into the dark passage. A fearful sight was there the torn and bloody miser stretched upon Bis bags that except the one he bad placed hear the door and which bad fallen out when that opened were filled with cinders and ashes. Hans took hold of the body to drag it out but suddenly perceived that the Tower was sinking. To had Only time to Rush out himself and pick up the bag of Gold when the whole Tower Sank slowly into the Earth and has never been heard of since. Pale and agitated Hans went borne humbly thanking the Good god for having Given him a contented spirit that was satisfied with enough for Bis daily wants and for the heart As Well As the Power to help the poor and needy. He brought up his children to habits of Industry and Economy and at this Day there Are none who Are More deservedly respected than the sons and daughters of Hans the woodcutter. St Icem of Hon. Fernando Wood. At a late meeting of the general committee of Moart Hall called for the Pur Pobo of taking action for a National convention to adjust the differences Between the North and South Hon. Fernando Wood made the following remarks which Are deserving of a careful perusal. Speech of Hon. Fernando Wood. _ or. Chairman Tho adoption of Tho Resolution la a very significant fact adopted by an Organ ration of this poo liar character representing each of two Hundred and Twenty ele Ouon District in the pity of new York by represent tire men coming from ornery portion and Section of this great City a Elass of Man who Are Law abiding citizens who know their duties As citizens and mt�ndtofu1f�h them who know their right a citizens end intend to maintain them. Tappi Anse i say sir that this crisis of the eos Btij in the face of intimidation is a signify a family paper for town and country. 15 wonted and published weekly by we. M. Bbb sur 2d Fence a Nerr Brt Ming number and sgt at one Dollar and fifty cents a year my baited at the Nanal the friends of the and she Public gear ally Are respect filly solicited to mod m their orders. Handbills printed at an Hotlos not Fie. Bates of postage. In Lebanon county postage free it of Lebanon it nty3 cents pet in Pennsy Vranja oat of i Quarter of 13 cents a year. Out of this state cts. Quarter or 28 Eta. A Yser of the postage is not paid to Advance rates ate do Hie. _ we Are prepared to print horse Bill in handsome Sty notice and at reasonable rates. Cant fact that should air he a warning to the men who seek to usurp the rights of the Peop a of this City and county. Applause sir what a commentary if ubi non the allegation that Gie democratic party of new York Hare changed front or altered their position toe allegation that Beo Anae a few Recreant leaders who have never yet been trusted in any representative capacity by the democratic party because they gave toe lie to All their past professions of political principles have seen proper to falter in their duty that democratic party of this state Forsooth were also to prove Recreant t and give the lie to their beliefs their proofs of patriotic duty to their country and to their past history who Nevery to falter ii in the maintenance of .their.principles. Applause sir the democratic City of new York is one upon these great questions. We Are for maintaining the Constitution of toe a joined a totes inviolate for maintain int he Solidarity the Unity and integrity of Thi Union intact. We Are for making the men in Power conform to the taws and the Constitution before we a re required to conform to the statutes which Are no Law and Ara inconsistent with the Constitution. Applause that we believe that Laws and organic and constitutional Cost rations Are imperative upon those in Power As Well As upon the private citizens that we believe that in this free country we can never be deprived of the right of criticism upon the acts of Pur rulers and also believe and in Teh Docto contend for it to the last drop of our blood that those rights hot delegated to the general government Are reserved to the states and to the people thereof. Applause now let me not be misunderstood or. Chairman j we Are for toe Observance of Law we Are for maintaining ibis government a our fear and apprehensions Are tha themen in Power intend to destroy the government we tremble lest in two years hence Thieo Power will depart from them. That there will be no government left for us to assume Possession of. We Are for returning the seceded slates to their duty. We Are for a restoration of the Union. We believe that peace under the present circumstances is the Only Way to restore the Union. We believe that the party in Power Are opposed to the Union and that it is Only through the prevalence of the great democratic principles of the country and by restoring Tbs democracy to the Admi stration of the government that the Union can Ever be restored to the people and to posterity. Applause and while As i said before we will maintain the government while we will maintain the Constitution while we will comply with a a. Laws and yield implicit obedience to those who have been constitutionally placed in authority yet we do Reserve the right of honest criticism upon their acts and do that we will hold hem to a rigid accountability in the discharge of that duty. Applause x so glad that a Public meeting him been provided for. I am Irlam that the lion hearted democracy of new York Are to have an Opportunity to give tha lie to men like John Yan Buret and James t. groans i want the thousands of honest men who Are beyond Purchase or intimidation to Haye an Opportunity to express their sentiments upon these questions before the country. And my friends the words expressed in this Hall tonight will Riog together More Independent honest men in one great mass than you can fill with All the so called a Union Loyal leagues from Sandy Hook to Lake Erie. Applause sir Loyal leagues Loyaler thera Uno such word As loyalty in the Republican dictionary. Loyalty is of my Nare Bial derivation unconditionally boy Al what Means it that the King can Dono wrong. That s it it is an european extract so loyalty for me i know no such word i am a citizen patriotic and True to my country and have in my veins both on the paternal and maternal Side revolutionary blood i do not hold that position Here by favor of. Any usurper or any Power greater Toan my own conscious of our sincerity sir let us contend with these propagandists of loyalty. We believe in the Constitution and the government formed by that Constitution. We believe in the elective franchise and that after toe election of our rulers they have hut a limited part to perform that these rulers Are Jost As amenable to those Laws As we a re and we intend to respect their authority so Long As they keep within the limits of the Constitution and no there Are but two parties in this country toe party that is for sustaining the administration right or wrong and the party that is against that. There is no such thing As Quot War democrats a there cannot be a War Democrat because that involves of supporting the policy of the War. I hold that any Man who supports the policy of this administration cannot be a Democrat great applause and when they assume that position i do not care what their previous political position May Bavy been when they assume the position of endorsing the policy of the administration they drop the character of Democrat and. Adopt the character of the abolition party. I say further that there is no such thing As a conservative Republican As there can be no War democrats to there can be no conservative republicans it is a contradiction of terms. Sir republicanism cannot be conservative. Conservatism has respect for life property and the Liberty of the citizen which is in direct opposition to radicalism. Conservatism is that element which secures Protection to the rights of men controlled by Law and i hold therefore that a Republican is a Republican and a Republican cannot be a conservative because his principles Are radically destructive and wrong. Applause Why we were told the other Day at Albany that it was Well to elect a conservative Republican to the United states Senate. After Bis election what do we. See he rims voted with Charles Samner and in favor of the most odious acts the administration has been guilty of and his vote with the administration and with Sumner upon every one Rizou that comes up. The animal is of the same species a a Republican is a Republican and it is a contradiction of terms the assume that he can be conservative because from the very nature of the animal it is impossible for him to be conservative at All. Applause or chairman Well do i know the odium which be thrown around the meeting to a ight the action of the committee and the remarks which have fallen from my lips. I know the tactics of the enemy with those whom it cannot reduce from their allegiance to duty they take the opposite of threats and attempts at intimidation. One of the newspapers of the Dey has had a series of articles. Threatening every Man who shall dare stand up in the democratic party and denounce the High handed acts of the administration. Sir,.lam a very bad Man hut sir bad As i am i cannot be bought and i will not be bullied. Great applause after a Quarter of a Century of experience As a Public Mao and in which i have at All times under All circumstances and in All places steadily pursued my own course and fearlessly expressed my opinion on All subjects now whoa i have got on Iba Shady Sida of fifty it is too late for me to follow the example of other gentlemen and prove a traitor not Only to my country but to my god and my Pri Noiles. Applause i know sir that their threats will fall Hartes at my feet. But my life would he Welcome to Day it would be a poor sacrifice if thereby the lives of Tho thousands that Are sacrificed could be spared and i Ronld thus bring peace and Anity to my beloved country. Enthusiastic applause the territory of , just organized As a territory contains 120,000 Squero Miles and is therefore larger than three states of the size of Ohio. It is said to contain More and Richer Silver and Copper mines than any territory under the government. Gold is also found in Many a parts of the territory. Hostile indians have heretofore prevented extensive operations in the mines but with a government such As is a Boht to be established they will be Folly developed. There Are 1,500 troops now there and it is probable that the number will be soon largely increased
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