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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 5, 1857, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaSal 9 a Quot i. So Fortt to Leal its a Wip at Samf a to Feto Iff Juffe up Culton eat iniello Itce. By we. M. 2reslin. Lebanon pa., wednesday August 5, 1857. ��rms�?$�,�9 a year. Zevi jul Miwa i District attorney wild attend to All is official business. All other Lotfal and professional buslnbro., trn Stod to my will to promptly attended to. Office a in Cumberland Street second Ltd. Cast from Market st. Lebanon july 22, �?T67. New York advert Semf Albe amp to g. and Vor Tisma and corrosion Donco office _ Way new York. Isaac ii Oifer Surveyor and conveyancer Feiore in Cut Borland Street opposite Tho a a bag la hotel a Lebanon a. Lebanon april 22, 2s57.-ty. Remo a. Drum. A Guilford has rein Ove it his office to his new reside no on Market Street a few doors. North of Linter amp Oves store and Between it and Tho new lutheran Church. A a Lebanon Dee. In 1850 for Sale. A second hand steam engine 10 horse Power. It is to to sold to make room Lor one of a larger Siso. Apply to a. Major a brother. Loba non july 1,1s57. A hams shoulders sides Whitefish Mackerel herring choose vinegar tobacco sugars Al nor Etc dint amp a. &o., for Solo by j. C. Reis Neli. Lebanon july 30, Risafi. Leather ii Cather leather Henry or. Overman importer of French calf skins and general leather dealer no. A South 3d Street Philadelphia. A general assortment of All kinds of leather Morocco ac., red Oak sole leather. Feb. 25, 1s67.-ly. Car Pewters wanti3il to Good Journeyman carpenters Quot wanted immediately at Tho storm planing Mills of the under signed in this Borough. None but Tho Best of hands required to whom Liberal wages will to Given. Apply to Boas passer amp Gettle. Lobanon Fob. 18, 185?.-tf. G. W1kel a a a to tmtljmnort1 a is Quot covery in the a tent office , of otters 1 Anri a it a a a a a a a awl edit us a Venn Imperial College la to. a Barrow Mno of a logo of Vienna and Royal p Jon who May be personally con . 157 urfa co Street.4 Tylij 8f Lent i unless by apr plus a a a ? is n remedy f 7� and All Tho dist a using Godbou Enow Elvrom a Way nub to indiscriminate exc Tiiu. Or e no climates. It has restored my a strength and rigor to Thoar Onute who Artno a Quot enjoyment of health and 1. a it i whatever May be thu Quot Nuar Riago they Are cd Lect if has restored thou in it ? who. The functions o Amylu baud completely and in Inea both n Tures irritation o urine 1�?~iims null Dors for we Deli Cut it thought nil is the Groat cd a Daysy Nln scurvy or 1 and expel 1 0 Stream so As tid exp 1 by imn of the to no in to a Iuler Aon rate Utkus of the no i Vineys and those isor to Cubota have so Long a Feu a ill Travos of honoured forms i Loots Stric Jaar no t the rup Liotis removing cities from Tho vital to virus of disease through the which Muir Sam Fey ,d1 3, Are prepared in the form of a Zento do void Lutc or Smoll and can be carried in a a it. Gold in Tiu cases and divided in a Thoni Gnu my by Volp Tiiu Lille Man i a. Price $71 each or four cases in it saves $3, and in $27 cases who Teby .1 my trick layer and Folt bar Union Deposit Dauphin county Penn 1 at prepared at Alt Timos up Brick a work in All its branches Uryn Tho shortest us Rico. Also Brick build Kos boilers. And i inn Walls Boshes in carts and nil work connect \ blocks a,1 a Mikl. A 12. _. A Lozere Lovoi the Waislow be pirate d is Dun Hie one for i them w u a one a of Tho in in Len vat Are affix lumiitto., special him Jiem Gor size t i Tho Worl ii Muin the pub i a Eui and Lyo cd with a Furnace done. Jes a gang of Stone masons always ready to put Down foundations find do Stone work of ovary description. July 1,1857.. P. G. Wikel. Quot nwmstbtw1 Barber shop. Dali in Williams would respectfully inform the Cilz Ojik of Lebanon that they have j1 fir Sec if tits shaving and a i air dressing Saloon in Market Street opposite Tho Loumon Bank they would Sotiriu a Abare to i the Public patronage. Lebanon May 2118>7, May it in a so j. unites the engravings of the scats Bijj e of aug hid the reals of thu Cole do a a. And thu Imperial College of Vienna w a Rich wrapper and around each cd of it a Siblo to the severest penalties of the Law. i cats Engblo or. Barrow to Forward a Vreca in Jig a remittance Uio $0 anti Lar 3t.l Rie Seinar for cuff Carriage to any Parton i pity packed a my properly Adel rest ii thus to Huro Penn preparations and protecting Foj �uviov7s and Perm rious . P id Jious citation from 11 n. M. Till 2 p. M. 11 in Tho evening. 157 or Mcc Street avow it Roadway new York. Isy b dl1pen Ulrici tick Grain wan led. Wheat Rye Oats. Corn. Amp re i t who Centro Waro Homire on Trio Union Cui Iai a Al in Moyer Sunwu for which to to Ariit Frobes in re Dpi for they a o rep stantly on hand for sate. Sulphur Coal stove 0��l and Coal for uric burners. Which they Shat tin. Lowest prices. A filch. Tice amp co my town june in lss7.�-3nr> watches and jewelry another new lot of watch Kab and jewelry just received by. L , in Cumberland Street next door to or Lineaweaver s. Oct. 22, �?T56._ a Lebanon Talley Bank. Located to Market Street nearly opposite the that cd Hull one door North of the Post. Office. A Vytill Tho following Rah s of in tirs est on deposits 011, and utter the let any of March 1s5?, Viz a for 1 year and longer 6 por cant per annul for 6 months and Longor 5 por cent per annul. For 3 months and longer 4 por font. Per annul. Koan irling a Short notice of withdrawal and affords a Liberal line of accommodations to those who . Will a Premium on Ai Blicas dollars and also on and Italy Doi Oasis. Will Maku Roii actions on and remit to All parts of Tho Xlyn Ltd states the Canadas and Europe negotiate Loans ac., ite., and do a general Exchange Hud banking Busi nes amp. G. Dawson Coleman president. Guo. Gift sir Cash ice. A Jubi Tudor Sigried Mung cars arc individually Hablo to the extent of their estates for All deposits and other obligations or the co partnership filed in the s office of Lebanon county trading under the name Quot and Stylo of Tho Quot Lebanon Valley Bank a Sis Ron Cambron g. Dawson Coleman of Bonfele Small by Levi Kink James Young Augustus Boyd leb.jol7,57. Us Obb Gleim. Saving fun d of the National safety Trust co. Fido Row a hair Dye All Tho merits lie of never equalled Dye lest Tea Black to brawn transforms amp Grey Anjik Tho fibres always from decay. A re vitalizing hair Dye still Bolds its amp a itis the most harmless and efficacious hair Dye in to would freon real and sold wholesale Atid Rofch-1 applied in ten private rooms at Chista Doros Kastor Ilouise . New York and by a florists and perfumers in to United states. . Agotta org h. Kysor 140 wdodsfc.,,. Lillo o Liat fun. We i Hove something new for heat Box chaos will Como off this wok and eve person the county is invited to at. Toil Tiff men and Small Tail women and Small j big bar Lului hello opes big Girts Aud Little ones Youdon and old. Young ladies and old ones turn Jit and wheel about and run after this Fox and tro catch lug a won t that be fun. Bat do not f st to Call at gals Pfleger $ Bro s in e cheap dry goods. And a Nocery in thorough of Lebanon. You will have plenty of to As the Fox Chase comes off in Tho of tempi it 2 o clock therefore you Wilt have a goo dunce of visiting and seeing their stocks of Sling amp summer goods what Hicy have received from now York and Fri Laikia and Wii sell tremendously Eherts there is not Tho slightest doubt in my mind it that their goods will a Nus As much real sex Cincent As Well As profit in Tho Borough and entry a rotted As this great Fox Toeroe do not forget to visit j. I. Pilot or a lire s re and great will to your fun and very Groat or gain. Yours most respectfully , 1s57. J. M. F. Amp s. M. P. The Countey Lassie. Sho blossomed in Tho country where sunny summer a plugs her Rosy arms about Tho Earth and brightest blessings brings health was her Solo inheritance and Grace her Only Dower i never dreamed Tho wild Wood contained so Sweet a Flower. Far Distant from to City and Inland from Tho sea my Lassie bloomed in goodness As pure As pure could Bosho caught her dewy freshness from Hill and Mountain Bower. I never dreamed Tho wild Wood contained so Sweet a flown. Tho Rainbow must Havo Lent her Somo of its airy Grace a the wild Roso parted with a Blush that nestled of her face Tho Sunbeam got entangled in Tho Long Waves of her Hail or she had never grown to to so modest and so fair. Tho Early Birds have taught her. Their joyous Matin song and some of their soft innocence she s been with them so Long. And for her now if need be id part with to Altai and Power i never dreamed the wild Wood. Contained so so Eoff a Flower. Found dead. Found dead dead and Al Dicj Thuro was nobody near nobody Noar. When Tho outcast died on Tho Pillow of Stone. No Mother no brother no sister near nor a Friendly voice to soothe or cheer. Not a watching Eye or a pitying tear. Found dead dead and Alo Ilc in Tho roofless Street on a Pillow of Stone. Many a weary Day went by Ahito wretched and worn he begged for bread tired of life and Loving to to peacefully Down with the silent dead. Hunger and cold and sworn and pain had wasted his form and scared his brain. At last on a bed of Frozen ground with a Pillow of Storo was the outcast found. Found dead dead and alone of a Pillow of Stone in a roofless Street nobody heard his last faint moan or knew when his sad heart ceases to beat. No Mourner lingered with tears or sighs but Tho stars looked Down with pitying eyes and the chill winds passed with a wailing sound o or the lonely spot where the form was found. Found dead yet not Alono Thoro was somebody near somebody near to claim the wanderer As his own Aud find a Homo for Tho homeless hero. One when every human door is closed to children accursed and poor who opens Tho heavenly Portal to idol a god was near when Tho outcast did. Isceliauemt5. Stooks i books a Abms a a a Lue Lii would respectfully inform the Public tint they constantly receive Foo Nigjeh Stern cities a a pres of nil the most important arid fut Tive Liew know As soon is published which they of for Sale cheap than they can to purchased Alae Wlsh among then lately received arc dept not a in 2 yol s. Fri Sitts history of Charles v., in 0 vols. He amp actions of a pfc time in 2 yols., by s. G. off a Parley a tules. Autographs a Peter Cartwright and other a it and Kural architect. By j. W. Mirin. Lies Donces Aud cottage grounds age builder. Hand a Large a sort Montc of school Blank books and i o n e it y. Viool books and Iusie books Nonong which is 1�?Tiuonia Fotio a r e. D. M?. Melodeon mud violin instructors. Also. Hangings Aud Domestic manufacture window shades. A Lily Manzi Ives and till the newspapers daily a weekly can to bad blog at the store on Cumberland Street in ibo Bordh of Lebanon it the sign of tile a big a for onto left with thou for any kind of goods in their Lino will f promptly attend cd to Leba Nef april a 1s57. Misceli Aptus work?., Carfi Pter ? ass Wal anti run Archit Down Iiga Scotts Tho so amnio of they have Days of Bor a i t a. Also Judd adj a the also piano i of of the removal. M. Goods Bool store. having removed he new and Lap Book store the Market Square 2 doors Nortof re Gulf Obdy Snow building i Larket st., a Cro he will be pleased to see All of his old ivies and those do serious of having articles in his#1� with a determination of Selling cheaper fun can be purchased elsewhere he would to Call the attention of the Public to his Hies hymn and prayer Booles mis Cellaneous Blank and school Bookst Wall and window paper stationery and every article in his Lino of Busi. Ass. Also pocket diaries and almanacs for Iyo a. All Tho magazines and newspapers both Latfy and weekly to be had at publishers rates. 11 orders for articles in his Lino carefully and a of ineptly attended to by Tho undersigned. Lebanon Jan. 14,1s57, j. M. Good. A South Vest Corner of Ali Hilj if ate of Pennsylvania a Ltd nun hire or Small and of Deposit to Trio Day of with Walnut a to w Street. 1-hiiihi.,i in cob poi1a to by Tillmoney is received Ira interest paid from Tho a drawl. Trio office is open Conry <1. It,.morning till 7 of clock in a a a Jas a and thursday evenings till Dove Ltd Medny interest five ter cent All sums Large or Small Aro paid Tun a and without Sotico to any . A Gow of a lion. Urn Ltd h. Bk.ns�2h, c Skutt Lutler Vico _ Boll it a 3, his Secretary directors Henry to. Renner eur we a h. Oerter. Robert Sel fridge Samuel k. Pashto Dames 11. Smith 10. Landreth Luima f. Carroll Brewster Joseph b. Barry Henry l. Churchman Francis Leo. Sum company Oon unos its business entirely to bore edit Long of Money on interest. The investments amounting to nearly ns011 a re a a i dollars if a report of assets Aro made in conform tatr\,m,k.�?1s0m of Tlle charter in real is ground rents and auth first i. "08 w�?T11 always ensure perfect Security to aug of a Fluri a Quot Kich cannot Tail to give Pormann to a Mil stability to Tho Fusu Sutlon. May 27, 1867. W looking glasses. Or. A. Gefei vacs /h0lesalk and retail manufacturer of ornamental and Plain guilt looking glasses portrait and picture frames of every style a Largo Stock of Tho above always of hand which i will Soli from 10 to 15 per cent less than any other establishment in Tho City. Paintings and Knob savings amp of. Old work rebuilt of amp a. A Liberal discount to Tho Trade. G. Vav. Dewees. No. 154 North 2d Strot below race West Sido april 29, 1857.�?. Pjnlnda., old no. 102. Clocks. Thirty Bay eight Bay thirty hour just received at a j. Blair a jewelry store Lebanon in a thrilling adventure. We question whether in at the history of a hair breadth escapes1 a parallel to the following can easily be the Story was told of by an old and valued Friend whose Early Days were spent near the irn Gic a Dve Tufe Here recorded. We give the Story As related to us in the words of the hero a it was about the year 1795 that i settled in Virginia near the Falls of the Kanaka. The country at that time was an unbroken wilderness. But Fow settlements had been made then by the Whites and they were so far apart Quot As to Render vain All Hopes of assistance in Case of an attack from hostile indians a numbers of whom still infested the neighbourhood. A i lived Here alone with my wife for several months unmolested and by dint of perseverance being then Young and Hardy bad succeeded in making quite a a Large Clearing in the Forest which i had planted with Corn and which promised a abundant yield. A one morning after we had dispatched our Humble meal and i had just prepared to venture Forth opon my regular routine of labor my attention was arrested by Tho tinkling of a cow Bell in Tho Cornfield. A there said my wife a the cow is in 5 the Cornfield.�?T. A but the car of the Bac woodsman becomes by education very acute especially so from the fact that his safety often depends upon the Nice cultivation of that sense. I was not so easily deceived. I listened the sound was repeated. A that said i in reply to the remark of my wife a was not the tinkle of a Bell upon Tho neck of a cow. It is a Decoy from some Jodian who desires to draw me into an a believing this to be the Case i took Down my old Musket i had no Rifle and seeing that it was properly Quot Load a 1 stole cautiously around the Field toward the Point from which the sound seemed to proceed. As i had suspected there in a Cluster of Bushes crouched an Indian waiting for me to appear in answer to his Decoy Bell that he might Send the fatal Bullet to my heart. I approached without discovering myself to him until within Good shooting distance then raised my piece and the Bullet sped True to its Mark and the Indian fell dead. A a not knowing but that he might be accompanied by others i returned with All Speed to my Cabin and having firmly barricaded the door i watched All Day from the port holes in Antieri Katimi of an attack from the companions of the Indian i had killed. add to the danger and seeming hopelessness of my situation i discovered that i had but Ono charge of powder left. I could make but one shot and then if attacked by numbers i should be entirely in their Power. Determined to do the Best with what i had i poured out my last charge of powder and put it in my Musket with fifteen slugs and then waited for to approach of night feeling confident of an attack. Night came at last. A Beautiful Moonlight night it was too and this favored me greatly As i would thereby be Able to observe the movements of the enemy As they approached my Cabin. It was some two hours after Nightfall arid its yet i had neither heard nor seen a Jan of the indians when suddenly i was startled by the baying of my dog at the stable. I knew that the indians a Fere the stable stood a Little to the West of Tho Cabin and Between the two was a Patch of cleared ground upon which the Light of the full Moon fell unobstructed. Judging from the noise at the stable that they we a do Advance from that direction i posted myself at the port Hole on that Cabin. A i had previously placed my wife upon the Cross pole in the Chimney so that in Case our enemies effected an Entrance in the Cabin she might climb out through the and effect her escape. For myself i entertained no Hope but determined not to be taken alive i resolved to sell my life dearly. A with breathless anxiety i watched at the port Hole. At length i saw them emerge from the Shadow of the stable and Advance across the vacant ground toward my Cabin. One two three great heaven six Stalwart indians armed to the Teeth and urged on by the Hope of revenge. And i alone to oppose them with Batione charge of powder. My Case was desperate with Quick yet Stealthy step in close single file they approached and were already within a few Yards of the House when a slight change in Tho movement of the Forward Indian changed the position of the entire six so that a portion of the left Side of each was uncovered. They were All in Range one aim would cover All. Quick As thought i aimed and fired. As the smoke cleared away 1 could hardly credit what my senses showed me As the result of my Tho fifteen slugs with which i had loaded my Musket had done their work Well. Five of the six if fijians Lay dead upon the ground and the sixth had disappeared. A a although no enemy was now in sight i did not venture Forth until morning. There Lay the bodies of the five indians undisturbed together with the Rifle of the other. Securing the arms and ammunition of the fallen indians i followed up the Trail of the missing one until it reached the River beyond whish Point i could discover no Trace whatever. From the Aro cent of blood which Mark eff the Kwh thou or Ltd Misla Kable evidence that he had picked his was with difficulty i was led to believe that he had been mortally wounded and in order to prevent his body a from fall eng into the hands of his White foe he had groped his Way to the River and thrown himself into the current we Ich had borne him away. The indians had killed my cow and that you May be assured was no trifling loss yet in my gratitude for my escape from the merciless Savages i would have been entirely willing to have made greater sacrifices. I was Well provided by Means of arms and ammunition taken from the six indians in Case of a second attack but this fortunately proved to be my last adventure with the Savages. Not one of the hand had escaped to Tell the tale and incite his Brethren to avenge the death of their comrades. A a a a a exclaimed the old Man while the tears Gulles from his eyes at the memory of that eventful night a that was a glorious shot the Best i Ever the hero of this adventure lived to see the rude wilderness where he had pitched his lonely Cabin transformed into smiling Fields and peopled by Hardy and enterprising Pale faces among whom his last Days were passed in a peace and plenty a undisturbed by the presence of his old time foes. Information is now in this City says a fort Dodge paper at the House of major Williams a Little boy who escaped the bloody massacre by the indians at Springfield. T., on the 26th of March last and who was brought to town by the volunteers who went up to the Rescue. Lie says his name is John Sidman Stewart. We learn from some of the survivors of the massacre that he is the ton of Josiah Stewart formerly of Indiana county a. The boy says that his grand father s name was Fleming probably his Mulji or and two Little Sisters Are among Trio murdered. Also a Young lady about sixteen or seventeen years of age named Elizabeth Gardner whose family Yas also pfc of Cier de she Only escaping the horrid she says her fathers name was Rolland Gardner but she a knows not the residence of any relative. Her father immigrated from the state of Indiana arid was formerly from Steuben county n. Y. Both Are desirous of hearing from their relative of they have any and All communications in reference to them addressed to major Quot a Wiliiams fort Dodge Webster county Towa will be promptly answer. They will be kindly eared for till such times As to litre friends shall come for them. A very cd Ivous Way to Send is related by a celebrated historian Herodotus that his Taus the Milesian being detained prisoner by Darius and All correspondence interdicted he shaved a Many a head wrote a despatch upon it and kept the Man out of sight till his hair was grown. The living letter was then sent and the person to whom it was addressed upon shaving the pcs Segoris head found the news there inscribed. I kindness like Grain must be sown. A. Strange Story. Some years since an eccentric old Genius whom for convenience we will Call Barnes was employed by a Farmer living in a town some six or seven Miles Westerly from the Penobscot River to dig a Well. The soil and substratum being mostly Sand Sid Barnes after having progressed downward about forty feet found one morning upon going to his work that the Well had essentially caved in and was nearly full to the top. So having that desire which men have of knowing what will be said of them after they Are dead and no one being yet astir he concealed himself in Quot a rank growth of Burdock by the Side of a Board Fence near the Mouth of the Welt having first left his hat and frock upon the Windlass Over the Well. At length breakfast being ready a boy was dispatched to Call him to his meal when to it was seen that Barnes was buried in the grave unconsciously dug by his own hands. Tho alarm being Given and the family assembled it was decided first to eat breakfast and then Send for the Coroner the minister and his wife and children. Such apathy did not flatter Barnes self esteem a bit but he waited patiently determined to hear what was to be said and see what was . Presently All parties arrived and began a a prospecting the scene of the catastrophe As people usually do in such cases. At length they Drew together to Exchange opinions As to what should be done. The minister at once gave it As his opinion that they should level up the Well and let Barnes remain a for a said he a who is now beyond the temptation to sin and in the Day of judgment it will make no difference whether he is five feet under the ground or fifty for he is bound to come Orth in either the Coroner likewise agreed that a it would be a needless expense to his family or the town to disinter him when lie Vas so effectually buried a and therefore entirely coincided with the minister. His wife thought that As a the had left his hat and frock it would be hardly Worth while to dig him out for the rest of his clothes a and so it was decided to let him remain. But poor old Barnes who had no breakfast and was riot at All pleased with the result of the inquest until the shades of evening stole Over the landscape then he quietly decamped to pails unknown. After remaining incognito for about three years one morning he suddenly appeared hapless and fro Kiess As he went at be door of the Farmer for whom he had agree a to dig the unfortunate Well. say that an Avalanche of questions were rained upon him As to his mysterious reappearance &c., would convey but a feeble idea of the excitement which itis bodily presence created. But the old Man bore it quietly and at length informed them that on finding himself buried to waited for them to dig him out until his patience was exhausted when he set to work to dig himself out and Only the Day before had succeeded for his ideas being confused by the pressure of the Earth at the time he was buried he had dug very much at random and instead of coming directly to the surface he came out in the town of Holden six mile s East of the Penobscot River / no farther explanation was sought for by those who were so distressed and sorrowful Over Iris supposed final resting place. Cri Rolinc in court. A lady arrested and fined for obstruct ing the sidewalks. One of the most extraordinary cases Ever brought before a Legal tribunal was witnessed in the police court on saturday. An officer complained of a Young and remarkably handsome lady for obstructing the sidewalks of Washington Street by too great a display of crinoline. As it is understood that the lady is highly connected we will Call her Mary Smith and not expose her True name. Before the complaint was read judge Russell inquired As to the whereabouts of the prisoner. The officer replied Turat the lady was waiting in the entry that himself and two others had endeavoured to squeeze her Ijiro urfi tire doorways but they were too narrow and he wished the. Judges advice inter premises. S judge said i Haft w As to Clra Ord i by cases the Constitution guaranteed to every one. An open trial Ai Al lie would not hold a session in the entry even to Scase a lady. Under the circumstances he recommended wat miss Smith be moved from the entry to the front door and he thought that she must spread considerable not to be Able to take her place in the prisoners Dock. The Experiment was tried and found to answer admirably the door being some Twenty feet wide very Little compression was needed and with a frown of indignation upon her pretty brow Misa Smith found herself face to face with the judge and listened Toth complaint which was read to her. The officer testified that half a dozen time souring the week he. Had been obliged to step from the sidewalk to enable Tho defendant to pass. Once he came very near being run Over by a passing Carriage and he inquired of the judge whether the City government would have allowed a pension to his widow in Case he had been killed. I the judge said that he should Reserve his opinion until some time next week on that Point and inquired whether the circumference of the lady was not produced by natural causes. A the police officer said that he was the father of sixteen child run and if he was Lucky he expected an addition to his family next month. Lie had Rie a air known his wife to occupy half so much space As miss Smith arid be hoped slip never would As lie disliked twins. A Tho court rebuked the levity of the Man and tol Thiol he must Trust to Providence. The officer said that he should but if Providence continued w favor him he meant to petition for an increase of lib thought he ought to have it. The court Intima Ted that his re Marks were irrelevant to in carcase and inquired if to had any further testimony to offer j. The officer said that he had. Lie had request d the prisoner two or three times not to Stop on the sidewalk As. People were unable to pass without going into the Street which at times was inconvenient to ladies wearing paper Soled shoes owing to the outrageous manner in which the thoroughfares were kept. The court in summing up said Tiit the evil was one of great magnitude and should be checked by vigorous measures. There was no statute under which too great a display of crinoline came but to should take the responsibility of in fieting a Fine of f>5 and costs and to hoped it would be a warning. The Fine was promptly paid and miss Smith was discharged. A valuable discovery. Green Corn for food throughout the year. We have been made acquainted wit i a novel and highly useful discovery which is destined to effect something of a revolution in Tho Domestic provision Market. Or. David Rowe of tills county Lias for several years devoted much attention to Llie curing and preserving of Corn for table use so As to avoid the trouble of packing in air tight cans or of boiling or oven drying it or Tlle trouble and expense of Macl Lirely in manufacturing it into Hominy. Or. Rowe is known As an excellent Mill Wright and he is also the inventor of some most useful agricultural implements having invented and constructed some of the Best Grain drills and Corn planters now in use. Lee has now discovered and invented a process of preserving Green Corn in the car so that it does not corrupt or gather Mould but retains All the juice and taste and other qualities of the a Milky a a he a plucks the ear of Corn in roasting a st time a and places it on the table in the win ter Quot season Eil heir shelled Sriri fears with All the tender and delicious qualities of the fresh Grain and in this state it is a much cheaper and More desirable dish than the Ordinary boiled and dried Shaker Corn or Hominy. One of the great advantages of Liis discovery is that whole Fields of Corn can now be collected and stored in War Bouses for transportation or Export of any part of the world. Last summer or. Rowe prepared and put up eight bushels of Corn by this it still retains All the sweetness and milk of the new Corn years of labor and close investigation devoted to this subject. Or. Rowe has fully accomplished his purpose j and after careful examination into the merits of the discovery and a practical lest of some of the Grain thus prepared the United states Patent office on the 30th of june granted the inventor a Patent on the following claim a a what i claim As my discovery and invention is the neck a part and process of preserving Green Corn in the ear by extracting the pith of the cob and seasoning and drying the inside of the cob As rapidly As Trio outside for preserving the Virtues and juice of the Grain and preventing the Coli Clion of Mould or corruption As herein described and for the purposes set or. Rowe is at present pee paying convenient machines not larger than a Small Model commonly used for paring apples by which every housekeeper can in one evening prepare ten or fifteen bushels of Corn for his own use and in Winter it is boiled like Green Corn and becomes the finest dish that can be placed on the . Intel value of Clover la Tyya ii. Hajj Ron of Illinois who has been largely concerned in the Dairy business having sold $6000 Worth of milk in a single year , says Lac country gentleman that to made accurate experiments to test the comparative value of Timothy and Clover Hay. These experiments extended through a period of two years were accompanied with accurate weighing and measuring and. The food was changed from Timothy to vice versa once a month and results were that the Clover Hay uniformly yield Cowen per cent More milk than the Timothy. It will lie observed that this was not a single Experiment hut a series of experiments extending for a Long period. It is also proper to slate that the Clover was Well cured. A Sai l Manto l. B u a i a by a Steamboat explosion on a Western rive a passenger was thrown unhurt into the water Ana at once struck out lustily for the Shore blowing like a porpoise All the while. Lie leached the Bank almost exhausted and was caught by a by Pfaffl or arid drawn out panting. A Wel Tofu fellow a said ins Friend a had a hard time cd 7�?� Eye is pie pretty hard was t doing it for my self though was a work for one o them insurance of Heck in Quot new York got a policy on my life and i wanted to save them. I Jinn a to _ How Nian line hats serve As a covering for worthless Heads and How Many plaited shirt bosoms cover a hollow Cav Eru where a heart should be lodged. private log or. Thompson a Rich merchant spending the evening with lib brother and wife. Entrance of Julia Ali div daughter a girl of six years. Or. Thompson my deaf done to vote love Mea Julia no i in ii to Eye you at All a who has an Eye to itis brother a last will and testament a Oli yes Julia Yri ii love your Uncle Dbrig to you Julia no 1 done Tiosh Why done to you love Nie f Julia a done to want me to Tell. Unsuspicious of yes my dear Tell Uncle Julia after thinking a Mori Ioil a Well its because you done to die and leave me your Money. A said Yori would but you done to. Grand tableau wife screams husband swears Aud Uncle makes a Hasty exit. A the finest Wilca of a Thunder storm a when Liggens came Home tight. Now Liggens is a teacher and had been to a Temperance meeting and had taken too much lemonade or something lie came into the room among Ilia Tife Ami daughters Rind just then ii tumbled Over the Cradle and fell upon the floor. After a while he Rose and said a wife Are you Hurt 7�?� a girls ate you him a �?ono.�?�. A terrible clap that Warus to two Young misses discussing the qualities of. Some Young gentleman were overheard thus no. 1. A Well i like Charley but life is rather girlish he has t gel Lite a cast bit of a no. 2. A i say Charley has a Beard but he shaves it no. A a no he Hasni to either any More than i _ nos 2i a i say Kab Lias too and i Kliott it for u pricked my Check a modest Young lady de siring a leg of a Chicken at the a a file said a a ill take the part which ought to Fie dressed in drawers a a Young gentleman opposite immediately said a ill to Kef Patt which of girl to Riiel a tile Hartshorn was immediately administered to the lady a a my James f. Maxwell manufacture of. A improved fire Atid of a Toof composition Koo Rii Ilariu Surg pa., respectfully inform the citizens of it Risburg. Beading Lancaster Lebanon and their vicinities that we Are prepared to put on roofs on most Liberal terms and at rfcs shortest notice. respectfully Call the attention of persons in bout to build to our invaluable method of reeling now much used the principal cities of the United states a Iid their vicinities. This Mode of roofing having All the combined requisites of cheapness durability and Security against fire Aud water and dispensing with High Gable wills the roofs require an inclination of nut More than Virco quarters l of Ati Inch to the foot and in Many cases saving the entire Cost of rafters the ceiling Joist being used. The gutters arc made of the sans Inglef jail without any extra charges consequently out roofs Are put up at almost half the Cost of either tin slate or shingles. The. Material being of an imperishable he stare it surpasses All others in durability besides if Case of Auy casualty it is the most easily impaired it it of any othdt1 roof now in use. Yet the Best proof we can offer its to its being both fire and water proof Aro of to Tia a Ron ones to any one of whom to Are it Liberia to refer. A n. let it to distinctly understood since we manufacture our own composition and flu the work in person that we warrant All our work proof against both fire and water if they prove contrary to will most willingly abide the results. Tho mate Liila being mostly non conductors of Licat no roof is so Cool in Slimmer or so warm in Winter. Those wishing to Uso our roof should Al a a up. O the Fin. urdu Iii in Usu uu1 i uni Viva the rafters a Pilch of about one ii Ali foot a Orey 27,1s54. 11 oat quarters 2<1 brigade 5th division Penn a volunteers f Lebakos june uth 1s57. Order no. 5. Sippi brigade Parade is ordered to take place at Lebanon on thursday the 10th Day of sop Tui her next Hsiug the anniversary of Victory. Sir. Caspar Shunk is hereby appointed brigade of this brigade Vith the rank of Caplin and will he i it Ardingly. The commanding of fliers of comfy Hnidj i Trio the brigade Wilt have this order read to their men at the next Parade after its reception. The brigade quartermaster Captain we. A. Hurray is charged with the transmission of these orders to the command i officers of Ilic companies forming Tho brigade. The brigade major. Captain Shuihik will furnish him with Iho Toque site number of copies of it. A. The brigade inspector major Frederick Era Dell is Ellar rred 11m Ilnia a a in lit i. Gado major capita a copy of Elliis order. Further orders will he issued in due time in forming company officers of lira cold evolution contend plated to be performed by the Brigid a when it assembles. _ it gives the general pleasure to state that la Jor general win. 21. Kevin has intimated Iii Wil finn legs to order a division Parade at Lebanor u the idea he a 01 a his the division or by the major portion of it Soin time 111 the month of october. Brigadier-0clim s Williams and Jaunt cd have cordially approve of Trio movement and promised to attend wit then staffs Alio Tild it be carried out. A a a by older a of i011n Weib mass in Gadier general 2d brigade Atli division Penn ii volunteers. I str Shpuk Brigide Juno 27 57-td. Wisc and liquor More a Lull undersigned having opened a wine a liquor Stock at Tho Norih Wolfe Corner h utewqs#., m the room formerly o cupid by j. M Edlo Esq is now prepared Tofu Mai the a kaons of Tho Borough and county Lebanon with All kinds of Choice liquors such i Madeira por Lisbon and Musa wines Brandy Gin old Rye whiskey Jamaica spirits a. Sati a 1.0 .ll .-.11 at very reasonable prices 1 can a q.antitie., not Lues than one gallon. ,.m Junto Tho Public in general to Al a -1, a cd Hopes by strict attention to bus .css.and, a to please to receive a Liber Hereof patronage Emanuel i my Art Apnl-29,1857 a tall and see the Stock of Atkins amp Faunl 1, 1857&Quot
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