Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
30 Apr 1862

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30 Apr 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 30, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaXxx to tinting <d<9> Talt Tegt pm or is i Ioramo oils Tosi ran =s Pattron amp be Demanda it can now turn out pro Stino of a it neat my expeditious Mun Ncry and on very reasonable terms. Suchay pamphlet Cheeky business card handbills circular Label Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of fare invitations tickets &e., amp a. For dibs of All kinds common and j judgment Bonds. School justices constables Aud other Blanks printed correctly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for Sale at Tbs office at prices a to suit the v subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and a half a year. Address we. A Besun Lebanon a. Steam Mill and Biem taif How be tub subscribers offer for Bant steam Mill and saw Mill located near , on the Union canal and about 1 mile from the Railroad _ this Mill a two pair of burrs for flour chop. Also cottage dwelling House a in my Amon on the Road leading from Miera town to the Mill. A up pcs Craion will be Given immediately or on ins st of april nest. Mye town february John a. Donges Thomas Bassler of Leri re Tyler. Assignees r 19.1861, private Sale. Allbe subscriber offers at private Sale All that certain a farm or tract of land situate partly in plan Grove township Schuylkill county and partly in Bethel township Lebanon county bounded by lands of Eok Ert and Guilford Bonja Nln Ayers go Daniel Boubert n and others containing one Hundred and Lorty eight Aeres and a Quarter with Tea ppr Tina Ness consisting of a two Story log dwelling House weather boarded a Story log dwelling House a new Bank barn other out build legs and a new water Power saw Mill. For terms ac., which will be easy apply to g. W. Matchin agent. Plano Grotto april 20, t88�.-tf.__ out lots at private Sale will be sold at private Sale 8 acres of land situated in Long Lane near the Borough Une in Cornwall township. It adjoins the land of we dip Fulmer on Tho North we. Atkins and John Krause on the East. There is a one Story log House weather boarded erected on the land and a Good Well in the the lend has Fine stones for quarries. This tract Wilt make a Nice Home for a Small family. Bib. It is free from ground Bent. Good title will be Given. Adam Rito ukr. N. tract is now covered with Fine grass half of which will be Efren to the purchaser. Lebanon. June 13,1880. _ a for rent store it com to 2, a a Eagle building a now occupied by Ite Zenstein llro., of a clothing store. For m terms apply Tours. Sabah linear Veaves or mrs. Elizabeth c. We Sidman. Lebanon Jan. Is 1883, i in non barbels of the a flow Mano 1uu, factoring for Sale by Lodi manufacturing company-180 South wharves Philadelphia a. This company with a capital of $180,000 the most extensive works of the kind in the world and an experience of 22 years in manufacturing with a reputation Long established having also the exo naive control of Ell the night soil from the Greet City of new York Are prepared to furnish an article which is without doubt the cheapest and very lest fertilizer in Market. Price for 7 barreliandover$l.60 per barrel or Only $10 per ton. It greatly increases the yield and ripens the crop from two to three weeks earlier atan expense of from $3 to $4 per acre and with very Little labor. A pamphlet containing All the information necessary with letters from Horace Greeley Daniel a Webster and hundreds of formers who have used it extensively for Many years May by had free by addressing a letter As above or ,. James t. Foster. 00 Courtlandt st., new Fork. Caro of the Lodi manufacturing co. February 12.1862.-3m. Lebanon Deposit Bank. Cumberland Street one door East of Chi mime i hotel. A Lucile the following rates of interest on w deposits. Por 1 year and longer 6 per c it. Per annul Ifor 6 month. Ana longer. 5 per cent per annul. For 3 months Ana Zongor. 4 per cent per annul requiring a Short Tio tirs of withdrawal. Interest paid in full for the deposits from the Date of Deposit to the Date of withdrawal. We will also afford a Liberal Lina of a Eom Modak As to those who May favor us with Deposit payable on demand. Will a Premium on Spanish and mexican dollars and tao on old mexican dollars and half dollars. Will make collections on and re tilt to All parts of Tho United status the Canadas and Europe negotiate Loans a ac., and do a general Exchange and banking business. O. Dawson Coleman president. Geo. Glik cashier. The unders Lunod managers Are individually liable to Tho extent of their estates for All deposits and other obligations of the a Lebanon Deposit Bank a Simon Cameron g. Dawson Coleman George smaller Levi Kline James Young Augustus Boyd Lebanon May to 1856. George Blanket shawls cloth Woolen clothing of All Colore dyed Jet Black or Blu Block pressed Tho color warranted and goods turned out equal to new by Lyon Lemberger East Tenover. Jet of articles to to dyed can be left at Jos. L. Lember at s drag store where All orders for the above will be attended to. Feb. 8.1860. Gre Layr pail majr a tt0rney at i in Cumberland Street by in the office of his father god. John Wattman. Lebanon August 28,1861. Prop. Woods a restorative cordial and blood renovator s it p a i amp i i i i i 8 0 is precisely what its Namo indicates for while pleasant to the taste it is re vilifying exhilarating. And strengthening to the vital Powers. To also revly Flos reinstates and Renews the blood in Alt its original purity and thus restores and vendors the system Invulnerable the Atta Oke of disease fit is the Only preparation Eves offered to the world in a popular form seas to be within the Veoh of All. So chemically and skilfully combined an to be the most powerful Toul and yet eos perfectly adapted to As to and in perfect accordance with it Laws of nature Ana hence soothe the weakest stomach and tone up the digestive of gang Jund allay All nervous and . It is also perfectly exhilarating in its eff Icib and yet it is never followed by lash tudo or depression of it is composed ent Ledly of vegetables and those thoroughly bomb Milc and soothing properties and a consequently Eon never injure. Such a remedy has Long been Felt to be a Desideratum in the medical world both by the thoroughly skilled in medical science also by All who have suffered from debility for to needs no medical skill or knowledge even to sea that debility Fallows All attacks of Disenso nil lays the unguarded Syblein open to tha attaok8of Many or Tho most Dun Crons to who a a poor him City is constantly snob for example As the following consumption Bron Oltis indigestion dyspepsia lose of appetite faintness nervous1 irritability neuralgia palpitation of Tho heart Helan holy night sweats languor giddiness and All that class of cases so fearfully fatal h unattended to in time colled Amale weaknesses and Irreg Larthes. Also liver derangement or Torpi Dity and liver com a joints diseases of the kidneys scalding or icon thence of the urine or any general derangement of the urinary organs pain in the Back Side and Between the shoulders predisposition to slight colds hacking and continued cough. Emaciation. Difficulty of breathing and indeed we might enumerate Matiy More still but we have space Only to Sav it will not Only cure the debility following chills and Yovor but prevent All attacks arising from Miasmatic influences and cure the disease at once u already attacked. And As it directly and persistently upon the biliary system arousing the liver to action promoting in foot Ell Tho excretions and secretions of the system it will infallibly prevent any following upon Chango of Oli Mato and water hence All travellers a bottle have a bottle with them und All should take a table spoonful at least before eating. As it prevent Cost Veness strengthens the digestive organs it should be in the bands of All persons of sedentary habits students ministers literary men. And All ladles not accustomed to much ont door exercise should always use if they will they will find an agreeable pleasant and efficient remedy against those tils which Rob them of their Beauty for Beauty of snot exist without health and health cannot exist while the above irregularities then so san tha cordial is a perfect mothers belief. Taken a month or two before the final trial she will the dreadful period with per Mot ease and safety. Tamm tto lil cordial is ail we a Tel a Farsi moors fowls and to you we Appeal to detect Theill sess or a Eelise not Only of your daughters be. Tho late but also your sons and husbands for while the former front false delicacy on Down m a premature grave rather than let edition be known in time the Iatter Are with the excitement of bust often 80 mixes up win a a a inn in old feta rom to. A itrel Var never railing Ai tor hand Street 8tlw�so�oldw�pjs5 bottle. July 24,l86i.-ly. Eow. Q 0 i b fill Al i 6 4 Al Al i Lebanon i is it vol. 18�?no. 45. Lebanon pa., wednesday april 80, 1862. Whole no. 6t1. Lebanon advertiser Book amp Job printing office 2d Story fuck a shall Cumberland Street Lebanon a. We beg to Call the attention of our friends and the Public to our extensive. Rook anti Job of Iee. Our facilities in 2jpo, quo presses and material my Bush that is feel confide at we can execute All descriptions of printing at As Low prices of any office in to amp a country and a style warranted to Gira. Salla faction. A Carda. A t in every variety to suit the times. Poet Are. Handbill a programmed 4 circulars Bill head checks invoices manifests Bills lading tickets and All descriptions of printing at prices to suit the times. Book printing. Our facilities for executing All kinds of Book und pamphlet printing Are Complete in every respect. Show cards Plain cords and Biff Blanks and printed in the Best style and with despatch. Labels to tender oar acknowledgements for the patronage we have enjoyed during the Many years we have con ducted this establishment and respectfully solicit a continuance of the tavers of our friends. Printing for country merchants. We would respectfully say to our friends in Tho country that we have a variety of Large Typo designed for posters end handbills for country merchants. Any orders forwarded us by letter or otherwise will he carefully attended to. 1 Law printing. By tuft Roods and Law Blanks minted Aud furnished to order at the shortest notice. Blank deeds. Double. Single executor administrator and a traster deeds and. Mortgages constantly kept of band for Sale. Justices Jan is. Summons a a warrants commitments &c., for sate. Blank Constable sales and for Eale. Election Bills a handbills for venues. Quot Vendue notes and for Salo. A. Printed at an hour s notice. Conditions state tax receipts. Receipts for collectors of county township Borough or kept for Sale. School tax school Blanks. Orders agreements for teachers a warrants for collectors. Bonds for treasurers and collectors for Salo. Isee ses for renting houses agreements for tha Sals of land ac., for Sale. Call at the advertiser office. Or address we. M. Bre3ltn, Lebanon a books and stationery Emporium and _ teachers Headquarters has remove his Book store to Market Square Lebanon where May be Bod on reasonable terms a general assortment of school Schoss school ail books of every description. Copy books leather and paperbound pass books and every variety of stationery ac., wholesale and retail. Window shades. A Large of variety Plain fancy Buff Green Gilt a. Paper shares. Neat patterns Plain Green Blue and Gilt. Also the latest and 0f fixtures. A Call and examine. Lebanon september 27,1880. Clocks. Thirty Day eight Day thirty hour clocks just received at 3. 3. Blair a jewelry store Lebanon a. S1i8s Atkins. Of Yould respectfully announce to the Eltia ens or Yvo Lebanon and Vicinity that Bhe by opened a fashionable Milu Nery and Mantua Mae ing establishment in Market Street 3d door above Hill. A new Stock just received and opened for to whys Estira Oluff s full Assort infant of bilk Crape and Straw Bohnatk Bonnet ribbons Flowers amp a a Lebanon april 17,1861. Warn Reader have you seen prof. A food a advertisement in our per. Bead it it will Taw Twyl Mutual fire insurance company or Annville Lebanon county Penn a. This company was incorporated March. 1859, and a now in full operation and ready to make incur Aucy on dwellings and other buildings on furniture and merchandise generally. Also on barns. Contents Stock farm implements. Ac., on a Mutual principle. Managers. Christian Bachman William Early jr., George s. Boz Gardner t. D. A. Garmeau George Dinges Ohn d. Beiver Daniel s. Early Samuel sen bold John ii. Kinports George Rigler Stuhn Allwein Rudolph Herr Joseph f. Matz John Allwein president. Rudolph Here treasurer. Joseph f. Matz Secretary. Samuel Scab old travelling a eat. Jacob Schnatterly agent Fredericksburg. Annville March 5,1862.-ly.phoenix looking Glass and picture Frame manufactory nos. 221 East Twenty third Street 173 amp 175 grand Street amp 215 Centre Street. Esta Susuko 1838. New York. Establishes 1833. Thig establishment has been in successful operation 24 years and is the lao Estop the kind in the United states. We have on hand or manufacture to order eve picture portrait frames. Plain and ornamental her Wall Oval amp mantel glasses connecting cornices 1 ease and bracket tables with Marble slabs toilet glasses 4to.r &c., amp a. A Mouru mks Fob Pottoe frames in lengths suitable for transportation either Gilt Berttha Rosewood Oak Zebra Birdseye mahogany a. Our new manufactory Anil extensive facilities enable us to furnish any article in our Lino As wooo As the Best and As cheap of the cheapest. Dealers Are invited to Call upon us when they visit new York. We claim to be Able to sup ply them with every article in our line we Ich they can possibly Requiro at prices lower than they can pur�., Chase elsewhere. Orders by mail attended to with promptness. Do not fail to Call when you visit new York. Office and water Ornis no. 215 Centre st. N. A Horace y. Sigler agent. New York March 15, 1862-3m. The new York weekly journal of Commerce a conservative family and business paper. The cheapest and Best weekly in America contains news from All the world the Best reports of the produce Grain and cattle Trade dry goods and Money markets. The foe to Dia org amp Yuers North or South. The supporter of the Union the constr Tatlyn and the Laws. Terms for 0nk year. Twenty copies or upwards to one address $1 thirteen copies to one address $15. Eight Copie $10. Four copies $6. Three Copley $5, under three copies $2, each. An extra copy to any one sending a club of Twenty with the Money. The daily journal of Commerce Junior issued for the country $5 a year. A specimen copies sent Gratis. Prime Stone Hale and i Allock 91 Wall Street new York. January 22, �?T02. A a. Kollock a dandelion Coffee. In jigs preparation made from the heat Java Coffee is a recommended by physicians As a Superior nutritious beverage for general debility dyspepsia and All Balioas disorders. Thousands who have been compelled to abandon the use of Coffee will a so this without injurious effects one can contains the strength of two pounds of Ordinary Coffee. Price 26 cents. Mou Ocks it Evan the purest and Best baking powder known for making Light Sweet and nutrition bread and Price 25 cents. Ma25uvact�o1u2d by a m. Ii. Kollock chemist Corner of Broad and Chestnut streets Philadelphia get and sold by All druggists and grocers. Philadelphia february 26, 1862.-ly. Farmers and others take notice. The undersigned having purchased the entire establishment of a. Major. Amp brother will manufacture and keep on hand a very general assortment of machinery and farming implements embracing improved four horse Powers and threshers railway Home Powers and threshers morgans Independent steel wire tooth horse Rake mummo.8 Patent fodder Straw and Hay Cutter cast Iron Field rollers Grain fans Hay elevators Clover Hull Era Corn shellers by hand or Power Corn ploughs and planters cultivators s with a variety of the Best ploughs in use a. All of the above a clones Are of the latest and Best improvements and areal warranted to give satisfaction. Castings of a kinds Mads to order and at Short notice. He also manufactures steam engines Mill gearing shafting and Mill work in general and pays particular attention to repairing engines and machinery of Al kinds. He invites All to Call and examine the work at the machine shop on Pine Rove Strbo to Lebanon. A Juall orders or communications by mail wih be promptly attended to. D. M. Karmany. Lebanon Lebanon co., a. Lebanon August �,1860. "vtotick.�?-1 have appointed a. Major amp brother 11 Ray agents for the purpose of carrying on the above . M. Karmany. Lebanon August 8,1860. The new bakery a the undersigned fould respectfully inform the Titi. Zens of Lebanon that Behas commenced the bake-1ng by fitness in All its varieties at his stand on Cumberland Street Lebanon nearly opposite the Buck hotel and will Supply customers with the Best bread cakes ac., a. Flour received from customers and returned to them i n bread at Short notice. Con emotion bees of All kinds fresh and of the Best Quality constantly on i amp cd and furnished at the lowest prices. Thi Public is invited to give me a trial. Leb non nov. 9,1859 f. H. amp Eros cloth manufactory. Thankful for past favors the undersigned respectfully informs the Public that he continues to carry on Bis manufactory in East Hanover township Lebanon county on As extensive a scale m Ever. It is unnecessary for him to say More than that the work will be done in the same excellent style which has made Bis work and name so Well known in the surrounding country. He promises to do Tho work in the shortest possible time. His manufactory is in Complete order and he batters himself to be Able to Render tha same satisfaction As heretofore he manufactures Brood it and narrow cloths cast Ineus Slack esp White and other Flat in it Ziy a in the Best in Armer. To Aleo cards Wool and Makos Rolls for the convenience of Hla customers Wool and cloth will be taken in at the following place a a at the stores of George a Pylo louder a Brothers George to Inow and at Tho new drug store of Joseph a Lemberger near the Market House in Tho Borough of Lebanon at the store of shirk a Long in North Lebanon at s. Gosh Ertus Bethe township at the Public House of William Earnst Fredericksburg at the store of , in Jonestown at the store of or. Weltner Bellevue at the store of Martin Early Palmyra at the store of or. Zim Kermau East Hanover. Lebanon county. All Oral my Ala will be taken away regularly from the above places finished without delay and returned again. Those of ids customers who wish stocking Wool carded dyed and mixed can leave the same White at the above mentioned places with directions How they wish it prepared or his customers can order the stocking Wool to be prepared from the Wool of the undersigned which will be done and left at the desired places. N. It. It is desired that those having Wool earned. Win nay the cask therefor at the above named pares. Lyon Lemberger. East Hanover Lebanon county july 17 i86l. The st. Louis Chestnut strer1 Between third and fourth Phead a Riib undersigned having leased for a term of years Al this popular House Bare the pleasure of Anu Ouno tog to their Friend and the travelling Community that it is now open for the reception of guest s Tho Honsa since Tho first of March last has been entirely renovated and refitted in a Superior manner the Apar Monta Are Large Well ventilated and for Niehs a in modern style. It is centrally located convenient to All the depot and Steamboat landings and in Tho immediate Al. Len Lyof the custom House poet office and the Corn e 2nnfcted with the hotel is a bes Tarrant for the accommodation of those preferring the european prices of booms from three to seven dollars per week according to location. Board $1.59 per Day table d Hote for merchants Hue Ness men from 1 Neill april 8, �?T1882. Isaac l. Devoe. W James t. Young Quot Gas fit ter. Door grievous complaints. Woman a complaint. O. Give no head unto the vow that fickle Man hath spoken he s plotting to deceive you now a his vows Are lightly broken. Ire la win a Maidens heart today to Morrow he will leave Hor the ignore she trusts to what he says to More he will deceive Hor. A amp of maid his selfish words beguile adds ohis satisfaction deception lurks beneath his smile and governs every action. Then give no Beed unto the vow that fickle Man hath spoken lies plotting to Deccio you now ills vows Are lightly epo Keu. Many a complaint. Knowe Thoa that woman a love is naught but Vail and empty treasure know rest thou that woman a heart a caught by every Idle pleasure Tho love her no leu bosom knows soon leaves her heart forever though deep and Strong the passion glows Aad rages like a fever. Know then that woman a Folso As fair that like the Bee she ranges a still seeking Flowers More Sweet and rare As fickle fancy changes. A yes the love that first can warm soon leaves her heart forever some second passion soon will charms love changes like a fever Haws plump. Away off on a High Mountain Cliff there stood an old Castle. An aged Nobleman lived in it and two of his sons were so Wise and shrewd that i never saw their equal. They both wish to marry the Kings she was a very Beautiful Princess and said that she we uld become the wife of the Man who could speak most promptly and sensibly without hanging Down his head in bashfulness. A the two Young men had but eight Days to prepare themselves for that was the time which the Princess had limited for her suitors. They both began to study up those subjects which they were Best acquainted so As to be All ready to talk before the Kings Beautiful daughter. One of them knew his whole latin lexicon by heart and could recite the entire Village newspaper without looking at it after he had read it Over Only two or three times. The other brother was an accomplished lawyer and Puld Tell the contents if a great Many deep books on the Laws of All countries. A a in la get the King s Day Guter a they both said when they told their father that the 7 wanted to strive for so the old Nobleman gave them each a horse to the one who could repeat the Village newspaper and his latin lexicon he gave a Coal Black horse and. To the great Young lawyer he presented a spirited Horsey As White As Snow. Then the Young men rubbed their lips and Corners of their Mouths with the sweetest ointment in the country so that they could speak without any trouble when they came into the Kings Palace before the great Princess. And off they Rode.,. They had no sooner gone than their brother for there were three of them in ally came up to Bis father and said a father give me a horse too. I wish to marry the Princess just As much As my Brothers this Young Man had but , and was very rough and Plain in his manners and for that reason every one called him Hans plump. So his father replied a a away with you what a ridiculous idea a Hans plump speaking before the Kings great court 1 your Brothers have some sense but it is very t Little that you be a Well father if you wont give to a horse i will take my trusty he is my own and can carry me out he ran into1 the Yard jumped on his Goat and without Saddle or bridal Rode As rapidly As he could to catch his Brothers a a Wycee Are you going in your splendid clothing and on your Large sleek horses in to called we Are going to the Kings court to see if we cannot marry the Beautiful Princess. W o suppose you Haven to heard of her Promise to the Young Man who could speak the Best in her presence without overcome by Bis modesty and bashfulness. Shame on you the nows is All Over the a Ltd dear me 1�?� said Hans plump a if that be True ill try to get the Princess for my wife a. The two Brothers thought it would be of no use to any attention to foolish Hans plump. So All they did was to laugh at him and Gallop on ahead of him. After a while they went very slow and each thought of what he should say when he reached the Kings court. A halt halt 1�?� cried Hans plump Quot Here i come. See what i have found in the and then to showed them a dead Chicken that he had just picked up. _ a Hans what Are your going to with that Chicken v they asked. A ooh 11 will make it a present the Princess a a Well do it Hans that would a capital idea 1�?� and when they said those words they hoped he would be dunce enough to do it. On the two Brothers galloped again. But by. And by Hans Plimp came up and cried out at the top of his voice a a there i am again. See what else i have found. People done to find such thing As these every the Brothers then turned to a see what it we a. Do to to a Why Hans that is an old wooden shoe. Are you going to make that also a present to the Princess 1�?� a certainly i am be answered them. aloud and then Rode on ahead. A Stop Stop a shouted out once More Hans plump. A a in be found something a Well what have you a got this time a asked the Brothers. Of no matter to you. But it is something that the Princess will rejoice a Hans it is nothing but dirt a they replied. A dirt or not it is something Worth saving a said ians plump and he filled his pocket with it it. Then Tho Brothers left him and Rode for an hour As fast As their horses could carry them. They did not Stop reached the Gate of the Royal dlr a. Hundreds of Young men were assembled there and hundreds More were crowding All along the Street All having come to sea who could get the Kings Beautiful daughter for his wife. Many of the Nobleman of the land had collected around the Palace and some were even standing about the door Sand looking up into the windows. They were eager to see How the Princess received her suitors. But every one was sent out. A you Are not the one a said she to hundreds. And out they passed with sad hearts and weeping eyes. At Jast came the brother who know his lexicon and the Village paper by heart. He expected that his great knowledge would insure his Success. The floor on which he stood when he went up before the Beautiful Princess who was glistening with diamonds was a great he could so himself from head to foot at each window there were setting three writers who were taking Down every word that was next Davit would All come out in the morning papers and be sold very cheap at the Street Corners. The great room was very warm and the stove was so heated that the pipe was red hot. A it is very warm Here a said the Learned brother. A that is because we Are frying chickens to Day a replied the Princess. Bah he stood As silent As a Milestone after such an answer what could he do with All. His dictionary learning. He did not know a single word that he could answer for Only a witty answer would be in place then. Bah a Good for nothing a said the Princess. And off went the Learned Young Man he was the picture of despair. Then came in the second brother the great lawyer. To was sure of Success. A How very warm it is in Here 1�?� he said. A ooh Lyes a answered the Princess. A that is because we Are frying chickens what estate what what what he replied to Gether with Many other Law expressions that were omit of place. A Good for nothing a exclaimed the Princess. A away a then came plans plump for his examination. He Rode right into the great shining Saloon on his old Goat and trotted him up before the Beautiful princes. He said a a Why it isre hot a that is because we Are frying chickens to Day a responded the Princess. A a a a Quot a Quot a ooh i i am so glad of that for now i can get my Chicken Fried a replied Hans plump. A certainly you can a rejoiced the Princess. A but have you a to fit it in All our plates and pans happen to to in use a i think so Princess. Here is a a and then Hans plump Drew out the old wooden shoe and pushed the Chicken into it. A now that will make a Good dinner a said the Princess a but where will you got the sauce from a a ooh i can manage that a said Hans plump. And then he emptied Bis pocket containing the Fine dust. A How much 1 like a ready answer a exclaimed the Beautiful a you know How to answer a Plain question in a Plain sensible you shall be my husband As Long As i live a and Hans plump married the Beautiful Princess and afterwards became King of that great country. His Crown was very Bright and his sceptre very splendid. The Queen was Happy and Hans was Happy too. Ass perished in the . Lucy Ann Hasty daughter of or. Lyman Darling perished in the recent severe Snow at Island Falls Aroos. Took county me., under the following circumstances in returning from a visit to her sister on the 16th inst. After the storm bad commenced she took a Short Cut through the Woods got bewildered lost her Way and perished. She had arrived within half a mile of her Home when she lost her Way she was not missed until the 19th, four Days afterwards when her brother found her carpet bag in his Shingle Camp in a Cedar swamp. The neighbors immediately turned ont in search and anally found her dead and in a standing position. The unfortunate lady had divested herself of part of her clothing As it impeded her Prog Ress through the Snow. Mrs. Hasty was of an amiable disposition and much esteemed by her friends. Her age was Twenty three years. Thero Are now but two parties in this country the democratic and the abolition parties or the a Union Salvo is a and the a Union sliders,1�?T what Gan be raised in a Small Garden. We know of a gentlemen in this City who has a Small Garden which after business hours he takes special pleasure in cultivating with his own hands impart of the Garden near the Hoube is devoted to Flowers. The remainder is cultivated As a vegetable Garden the latter by actual measurement contains 231 Square Yards equal to a Little Over 15 Yards Square or a bout the twentieth part of an Carcy a. Tidis 4 a very Small Garden and it would a to obtain much from it but the fact is few people have adj idea How Rueh a Small plot of ground Bay be made to produce in a single season by Good cultivation and a judicious succession of crops. We so not undertake to enumerate every thing which our Friend raised on by is Little Garden. Suffice it to say he had Supply his table during the season Vith the choicest vegetables and to present a Well grown specimen occasionally to his friends and he has now in his cellar a Good Supply of celery and some cabbage carrots beets amp a. As soon As it would permit in the Spring he sowed on a warm Southern Border seeds of cauliflower a cabbage lettuce red Pepper radish Mustard and Cress. Quot later in the season he sowed on the same Border cucumbers melons &e., to occupy the grounds after the other crops had been eaten or transplanted. Along the whole length of the birder which is 35 Yards Long he planted a Row of Early Kent peas. From this he had several meals by the 20th of june and the peas were then removed to make room for the cucumbers and melons which by this time were be giving to run. He also trained some Tomato plants against a tight Board Fence. Rive rows of Dwarf peas each ten Yards Long were also set out on another plot and Between the rows cauliflower and cabbages were planted. The peas produced Well and As soon As they were removed trenches were dug and celery plants were set out Between the rows of cabbages in the place previously occupied by the peas. Some of the cabbages were out Early and the stocks produced a second crop of Small Heads two three and four on each stalk. Late cabbage plants were also set out in places occupied by the Early Paris cauliflower and thus a few Heads were obtained from Between the rows of celery. J lot us enumerate. There was on his Little plot which would have ordinarily been exclusively put in peas first a crop of lettuce peas radishes &c., second a full crop of Early cabbages and cauliflower in a third a full crop of celery fourth a Good crop of second head of cabbage and fifth two of celery. Five crops in one season and All Well grown. On another plot ten Yards wide he had two rows of Early Short Horn carrots two rows of onions one Row of parsnips two rows of beets and one Row of vegetable oysters. Then a Row of Early Paris cauliflower and next a Trench of celery and the remainder of the plot was occupied with melons and cucumbers. The latter on the one Side of the celery Trench and the cauliflower on the other were off in time to allow the celery to be earthed no. There was not a poorly grown vegetable in Tolje Garden. The carrots were sown quite thick and thinned out As they got Large enough for the this Way the family consisting of six persons had a full Supply during the whole summer and there were Over two bushels to be put in the Collar. So of the beets and unions they were thinned out As wanted for the table and there were enough beets for Winter use and plenty of Small onions for pickling. He had Over 100 Heads of cauliflower cabbage a too numerous to mention a a cucumbers enough to eat to Pickle and give away. He had at la asic a Hundred Good Ripe delicious melons and a be w for mangoes. He had a Hundred and Twenty Large Fine Well blanched Sticks of celery and As Many More planted later that May be classed As a a fair to we have not mentioned All. That our Friend had in his Little Garden but full enough to show what can be obtained from a Square rods of Earth. He used no barn Yai d manure at All but Gulve the plants a Liberal crossing of superphosphate of Lime and sul Phat of ammonia. He attributes his Success however More to thorough cultivation than to these artificial fertilizers. The ground was Well spa a ded in the Spring and constantly Hoed during the summer hoeing being our Friend s recreation and Farmer. Sika it Frlj a a mtg a. A family Pater Fob town and country is print a and published weekly by we. M. Besun 2d Story of Funcke a new building. Cumberland st at one Dollar and fifty cents a year. Or. And Kris Kim Torrs inserted at the Saal rates. A a the friends of the establishment and the Public Gonet ally Are respectfully solicited to Send la their orders. S3-�oandbill8 printed st an hours Botts. Rates of postage. In Lebanon county postage Freo. In Pennsylvania out of Lett amp to county 33� cents per Quarter or 13 cents a year. V oat of this state cts. Per Quarter or 26 cts. U year t5r another cattle disease of. Most fearful character according to the new Ville Cumberland co., a Valley Star has appeared among the cattle in that Vicinity it commences on the Side of the head and nose causing the animal to rub until the skin is rubbed off and the Eye is rubbed out some eight or ten hours after the disease appears the head commences to swell and in two hours thereafter the animal is dead. The killed in the greek stood Forth with Only ten thousand men to. Repel the persian army of five Hundred thousand the slain left on the Field numbered to less than two Hundred thousand. At the Battle of Marengo the Austria be lost six thousand in killed and twelve thousand taken prisoners while the number of French who were killed is said to have been far greater. At Leipsic the United armies of Fiance Austria Russia and Prussia amounted to four Hundred thousand and when the conflict closed eighty thousand men had been slain one half of whom were Fronch a who also lost sixty live pieces of artillery. At Waterloo the French left Twenty thousand dead on the Field of Battle have ing lost Many More in their Retreat and the whole number of their guns Caput cd was three Hundredth English Tost thirteen thous and men six Hundred officers and thirteen generals the prussian loss was filed great but not now remembered. The whole Force of the French engaged was one Hundred and fifty thousand that of the English Tho ii Sand and that of the prussians forty two thousand. An absurd Blunder a a related in Tom Moore a diary about Johnf Kemble. He was performing one. Night at some country theatre one of his favorite parts and was interrupted from time to time by the Squall Ling of a child in one of the galleries until at length angered by his rival performance Kemble walked with solemn Steps to the front of the stage and addressing the audience in his most tragic tones said a ladies and gentleman unless the play is stopped the child cannot possibly go James b. Burnett the Republic can candidate for re election to the office of mayor of Elizabeth n. J., was Defeated by the election of or. P. H. Grier the democratic candidate the result showing a gain of nine Hundred and forty votes for the democrats since last year. Five of the seven members of the City Council elected Are democrats. 0�ot there is not really half the gallantry of manners As there used to be some fifty years ago. Now a gentleman Only lifts his hat to a lady then the hat was entirely removed from the head and the gentleman stood before her now the gentleman takes a smack from her Ruby lips and hardly looks red in the face then he struggled for the smack and never Drew a Long breath for half an hour after then lie keeled gracefully to tie up her shoe string now she puts her foot into his Lap and he ties the string with a gape and releases the foot without any ecstacy or even a Light squeeze. We Are growing barbarous. Dying speech of Ben the last words of distinguished men have always been a matter of interest to the world. Those of Washington John Marshall John a Badams Webster and Calhoun Are remembered and often repeated. And now those of general Ben Mccullough have passed into history. When the surgeon with faltering voice and a tear in his Eye told Ben he was dying Beer looked up and with unfaltering countenance and in firm tone remarked a ooh hell a that was bends last. Ben evidently knew where he was going. He greeted his Haven As he was about to enter journal. Pills for the train of pars loaded with thirteen. Inch mortars and shells went East a few Days since intended for general Mcclellan. They were the largest size made we believe and were formidable looking weapons. The same kind were shipped West last Winter for the gunboats then being fitted out at Cairo. So it is not improbable that feh. Mcclellan intends to give the rebels in Virginia a taste of that Arm of the service As it has proved so efficient on the Western Waters. I a the most abhorred thing in nature is the face which smiles abroad and flashes fury when it returns to the Lap of a tender helpless family. a a a a George How tii ians Lebanon county m a Mere Steamboat passenger missing his handkerchief asked an irishman if he had seen it and insinuated a charge of theft. But afterwards finding his pocket companion in ins hat he began to apologize. \ Quot of done to make any apology it was a Pere mistake and on both Quot sides a a to la if and i took you forage Dpt. _ transportation line. By Lebanon Valley Railroad. T Artic Laii attention will to paid to goods a Hippo x edit a Tho Lebanon Jaitay Railroad. Goods will to font daily to and from Philadelphia to Lebanon Myers a town and Annville stations and All other Points in the county fkuig1its contracted for at the be amp by possible rates and delivered with proprietor will particular attention to and attend personally to the receiving and delivery of att freight. A. For information apply1 at has office at the Lebanon Talley Itaf Road depot Lebanon. Judward Mark his agent in Philadelphia will always to found at in s merchants a Touly a Forth third Philadelphia. July 11, 60. Geo. Hoffman. Watches a and clocks. Clocks for clocks for $1.50 clocks for $2.00 clocks for $3.00 a a Etc rec for $5.00 a lofts fok$80 clocks for 20.00 at a j. Blair a jewelry store a la suon a. American watches for $2tk00 american watches for 25.00. American watches for $30.00> Swiss levers a Good assortment at j. Blair a jewelry store amp. Tilt. Ludwig Hechinger the of vibrated 1 of / Cian 48 Malden Lone new Yak a inform the citizens of Lebanon county that he hoax pm pointed d. 8. Raber drug Tibt Tiff agent to sell hide it celebrated a or Asilum Spee tables Gold Silver and steel cat Obj suitable Forir any description of Eye. A a a a. Jfe a Patch serb will Pleso Bear in a mfr that d. 8/ Jiabek a drug Stoke is the place for any Coop spectacles. To Banba mdftli�?~19, �81v1. _ a Cyl Tyr Quot l took Jpn at i by opposite isl Teton at Rel % lust re to nerf a Tero Don Sodt

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