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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 12, 1857, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaLeb advertiser. Ful. 8. Fun Ute i k in la in pm Rattan comp air i of Trout a Feto % Jujj mate Pinr Law aug i Zettal a it lips it. By we. M. Breslin Lebanon pa., wednesday August 12, 1857. �terms�?11,50 a year Levi Tieti District attorney yy7ill attend to All his official business also. Vav All other Legal and professional business of Trust a to him will be promptly attended to aft ice in Cumberland Street second door Bast from Market st. Lebanon july 22,�?T57. Isaac i offer Surveyor and conveyancer office in Stroot opposite the a a Eagle hotel Quot Lebanon a. Lebanon april 22, 1857,-ly. _ Dot we. M. Guilford has removed his office to his new residence on Market Street a few doors North Frabor amp avos store and Between it and the now lutheran Church. A Lebanon Bee. 10, 1856.tf. Yop sae. A second hand Stoa a engine 10 horse pow jux or. It is to be sold to make room for one of a Burger size. Apply to a. Major amp brother. Jjo Banon july 1,1857.hams, Sirlou bikers sides Whitehall Mackerel herring Cli cose vinegar tobacco sugars flour feeding tace. Ac., for Sale by .1. C. Ile Sneh. Lebanon july 80, Issei. Quot Feather leather leather Henry w. Overman importer of French calf skins and general leather dealer no. South 3d Street Philadelphia. A general assortment of All kinds of Loather Morocco ac., Rod Oak sole leather. Feb. 25, 1857.-1 y. A carpenters Waater. 9 Good Jodi Skyman carpenters i i wanted immediately at the steam pinning Milla of Tho undersigned in this Borough. None but to boat of hands required to whom Liberal wages will be Given apply to. Boas passer amp Gettle. Lebanon feb. 18, 1857.-tf. P. G. Tkel bricklayer Ami jobber Union Deposit Dauphin county pen a. I am prepared at All times to put up Brick work in All its branches and on the shortest notice. Also Brick buildings boilers inn Walls Boshkos hearths and All work connected with a Furnace Dono. Gang of Stone masons always ready to put Down foundations and do Stone work of every description. July 1, 1s57.�?tf._p. I. Barber Hiiop. Daly a Williams would respectfully inform the citizens of Lebanon that they have opened a first class shaving and hair dressing Saloon in Market Street opposite the Lebanon Bank. They would solicit a. Share of the Public patronage. Lebanon May 2i>, 1857.�?tf._ uaj�1ki. L Ioir William tick a. D. Deply sex rain wanted. Wheat Rye Oats Corn tipi?., at the Centre warehouse on the Union canal in Meyer town for which Tho highest Market nah Prees will be paid. They also keep Eon stantly on hand and fur Sale Sulphur Coal stove to on. And cw1 for Ihu cumers which they sell at the lowest prices. Which Tice a co. Myerstown june 10, 1857.-3111 in a t c ii e a a n d j f7welrty�?~ another new of. A ii pics and jewelry new York advertisements. From Albert g. Richardson a advertising and correspondence office 360 Broadway new York. �?�3l is Etc Mill important apis cob by in the science of Medicine. Patent office Seal of great Britain diploma do do Phatt Macler pii Armacie �0 Paris and Imperial College of Medicine Vienna. Sold wholesale and retail by or. A a. Barrow member of the Imp i College of Vienna and Koyal College of surgeons Loudon who maybe personally consulted at his residence 157 Prince Street few blocks West of Broadway now York from 11 a. M. Till 2 p. M. And from 4 till 8 p. 51. Sundays excepted unless by appointment Trie Semar no. 1, is n remedy for relaxation and All Tho distressing consequences arising from Early Abuso indiscriminate excesses or too Long residence in hot climates. It has restored bodily and sexual strength to thousands who Are now in the enjoyment of health and the functions of manhood and whatever May be the Causo or disqualifications for marriage they Are effectually subdued. Trie Semar no. 2, completely and entirely eradicates All traces of Gonot area both in its mild and aggravated forms fleets strictures irritation of the bladder non retention of the urine pains of the loins and kidneys and those disorders for which co Paivi and cubes have so Long been thought an antidote. Trie Semar no. 3, is the great Continental remedy for syphilis and secondary symptoms. It also constitutes a certain cure for scurvy scr Fula and All cutaneous eruptions removing and expelling in its course All impurities from the vital Stream so As altogether to eradicate the virus of disease and expel it by perspiration through the me dim of the pores of the skin and urine. It is a never failing remedy for that class of disorders which English physicians treat with Mercury to the inevitable destruction of the patients Constitution and which All the Sarsaparilla in the world cannot remove. Trie Semar no .1,s and 3, Are prepared in the form of a lozenge devoid of taste or smell and can he carried in tie Waistcoat pocket. Sold in tin cases and divided in separate doses As administered by in Penn Lilleman Leloux tic Ord. A. A Price �3 each or four eases in one for $9, which saves $3, and in $27 cases whereby there is a saving of �9. None arc genuine unless the engravings of the seals of the Patent ii inc of England the seals of the Ecol de pharma to de Paris and the Imperial College of Vienna Are affixed upon each wrapper and around each imitations Are liable to the severest penalties of the Law. Of tidal arrangements enable or. Barrow to Forward immediately on receiving a remittance the $9 and larger my cases of Trie Semar free of Carriage to any part of the world securely packed Ami properly addressed thus insuring gen aim1 european preparations and protecting a the Public from spurious nud pernicious imitations i attendance and consultation from 11 . Till 2 p. M. J and from4tili sin the evening. 157 Prince Street a few blocks West of Broad Way new York. May 6,1837._ a hair Dye within a Mit shut All the merits lie of Cost Adoron a never equalled Dye red it makes Black to Brown transforms a Grey and keeps Tho Libres always from decay. Í1s match less re vitalizing hair Dye still holds us harmless and efficacious Blair just received by a j. W. Acker in Cumberland Street next door to or Lac Meaver s. It 22, 56. C l q c k thirty b a a 15 i a a h t Day t h a nil y ii o u clocks just received at j. J. Blair a jewelry store a Lemion la i Lebanon Talley Bank. Located in Market Street nearly opposite the United Hall one door North of the Post office. Will the allowing rates of interest on deposits on and after the 1stday of March 1857, Viz a for 1 year Ami longer 6 per cent per annul. For 8 months and longer 6 per cent per annul. For 3 months and longer 4 per cent per Nam ii. Requiring a Short notice of withdrawal and affords a Liberal line of accommodations to those Wiio nitty deposits Payne loot demand. Will pity a Premium on is Anis it and mexican , and also on american and a taif dollars. Will Malte collections on and remit to Alt parts of the United states the Cana Das and Europe negotiate Loans ifce., &c., and do a general Exchange and banking business. G. Dawson Coleman pc Side it. Geo g i eur cashier. A ii undersigned managers Are individually _ liable to Tho extent of their estates for All and other obligations of the co partner a shop hied in the prothonotary a a office of Lebanon i county trading under the name and Stylo of the a Quot Lebanon Simon cambium o. Dawson Coleman Georoe , Levi Kline James Young Augustus lion leb., to 17,�?T57. Geouge b00ksm 1jgtj�alt3� amp 1ukdle would respectfully inform Shif to Public that they constantly receive from Tho Eastern cities copies of nil the most important and attractive new Rooks As Poon As published we huh a they offer for Sale cheaper than they can be purchased a i Sembere. Among those lately received Are or. Kane a expedition in 2 vols. Prescott s history of Charles v., in 3 vols. I recollections of a life time in 2 yols., by s. G. Coo dried author of Peter Parley a Talos. Autobiography of Peter Carlo right and other miscellaneous works carpenters assistant and Rural architect. American architect by a War itch. Downing s cottage residences nud cottage grounds. The economic cottage builder i Irvn always on hand a Large assortment of school Rooks Blank books . Aili sunday school Rooks and music books of among which is a a the la Antonia Filio a t. By r. A my Cauley. Also Llano Forte Melodeon and violin instructors. A re also hangings of foreign and Domestic manufacture window shades. The a monthly magazines and nil the newspapers daily amp a weekly can Bohol by calling at Tho store on Cumberland Street a in the Borough of Lebanon at bit Book or pm writers left with them for any kind of Good bin their line will be promptly attended to. 1 ? Lebanon april 8,1867. Looking glasses. A. W. Wdewees wholesale and retail manufacturer of f ornamental and Plain guilt looking glasses in Urt Rait and picture frames of every style a Large Stock of the above always on hand which i a will sell from 10 to 15 por cont. Less than any other a establishment in the Elty. Ail. Paintings and engravings amp a. Old Dork re quilted a. A Liberal discount to Thea a g. W. Dewees. I a �ortl1 2<t six a i below race West Side Arm 29, 1857.�? 6m, philada., old no. 102. A pins a position 13 the Dye in to in world. A i Emred and sold wholesale and retail and applied in ten private rooms at Crista Jioio it. No. In Aston House. Broadway new York nud by All druggist and perfumers in the United states. A Jan. 14, . 1 agent George u. Keyser. 140 woodst.,, a. New York advertisements. Health depends on pure blood Brand re this ill is purify tie blood so in Skansb hksi8t Tif Kir judicious use a 4� mild operation with successful effect Are the Peru ,. Larity of a pills.0t. J 0ur, Ore subject to a Roduta Clancy of vitiated bile it this season and it is of dangerous of it is Prev j Alent but of Andretha spills afford an inva Nablo and efficient Protection. By their occasional Urc we prevent j the collection of those impurities which when in Suffi j client quantities canse so much danger to the body s j health. They non cure dyspepsia loss j of appetite pain in the head heart Burn pain in Tho breast Bone sudden . Ill Brief la in mirth it pills work to Weir Way to the very roots of a the disease cleansing in their passage removing every j unhealthy accumulation till the blood is purified the whole system renovated and the functions and duty of life become a pleasure where be foil a u103 Lead been sad and weary burdens. Often when nothing has relieved vomiting of the most serious character whether from sea sickness or otherwise where the retching has been appalling a single dose of four spills has at once cured and the Patin t has fallen into a Sweet sleep. When the mind cannot collect itself when the memory fails when it is an Effort to fix the attention when our j sleep is broken and our waking hours harassed with i forebodings of evil then Bram Irethe pills should be used. A i if these warnings remain unheeded rheumatism con sumption disease of the heart bilious affections Jaun Dice,, Cost Veness will Sud a Deuly present themselves. These Brand Roth a Pihs would Hove prevented but ncvertheks3tiir?e they will also euro. Use them at once do not let prejudice pro vent the use of this simple but potent remedy. Brand Relhm a theory of disease. Never extract blood. Blood is the life. By abstracting it in painful diseases Yon Mav occasion the patient ease but remember this ease is Only the reduction or lessening the Power to feel. And by thus taking away nature s Toote you May prevent her from fully repairing to ravages of inflammation k convert what might Only have been the sickness of a few clays or weeks into a chronic affection of months and years. A Brandreth s pills Accord Wilh nature nature s remedy in fact. When sudden acute or con-1 tin cd pain occurs from any cause hem tonsure Aquiak i return to health you must use Brandreth spills which will soon relieve every Organ from undue pressure and remove those Humours whose presence often occasions such terrible suffering. Jib orb the world 106 years Ggut Wenty million boxes sold and the sphere of their usefulness still extending. Ask for Almanack and pamphlet of cures. Agents will Supply Gratis. Bkwo Uby All pills with �?o241 Broadway Quot on Side Laido Are counterfeits. Get the genuine and they will never deceive. Or. G. Ross agent Lebanon in a. July 15,1357.�?3m.hello a Liat fun. We will have something new for a great Tox Uliase will come off this week and every person in the county is invited to attend it Tali men and Small tall women and Small big boys and Little ones big girls and Little ones Young men and old Young ladies and old ones turn about and wheel about and run after this Fox and try to catch him won t that be fun. But do not forget to Call at James m. Pfleger $ Bro s new cheap Bry goods and Geo key store in Tho Borough of Lebanon. Yon will Hare plenty of time a Tho Fox Chase comes off in the afternoon at 2 of clock therefore Yon will have a Good Chance of visiting and seeing their stocks of Spring amp summer goods which Thoy Bavo received from now York and Philadelphia and will sell tremendously cheap. There is not the slightest doubt 111 Ray mind but that their goods will cause As much real excitement As Well As profit in the Borough and country around As this great Fox therefore do not forgot to visit j. M. Pfleger amp Eros store and great will to your fun and very great your gain. Yours most respectfully april 1,1s57. A. M. P s m. of j. M. A oods Boot store. The undersigned having removed his new and cheap Book store to Market Square 2 doors North of or. Guilford a new building Market st., where he will be pleased to see All of his old friends and those Des Grioua of having articles in his line. With a determination of Selling cheaper than can to purchased elsewhere to would respectfully Call the attention of Tho Public to his assortment of a bibles hymn and prayer Hooks mis Cellaneous Blank and school books Wall and window paper stationery and every article in his line of business. Also pocket diaries and almanacs for 1857. All the magazines and newspapers both daily and weekly to be had at publishers rates. All orders for articles in his line carefully and promptly attended to by the undersigned. Lebanon Jan. 14, 1857. J m. Good. James of Maxwell manufacturer of. Improved Pire and water proof composition roofing Harrisburg pa., respectfully inform the citizens of Nar Risburg beading Lancaster Lebanon and their vicinities that to Are prepared to put on roofs on most Liberal terms and at the shortest notice. We respectfully Call the attention of persons a bout to build to our invaluable method of roofing now much used throughout the principal cities of the United states and their vicinities. This Mode of roofing having All the combined requisites of cheapness. Durability and Security against fire and water and dispensing with High Gable Walls Tho roofs require an inclination of not More than three quarters of an Inch to the foot and in Many cases saving the entire Cost of rafters the ceiling Joist being used. The gutters Are made of Tho same material without any extra charges consequently our roofs Are put up at almost half the Cost of either tin slate or shingles. The material being of an imperishable nature it surpasses All others in durability a besides in Case of any casualty it is the most easily repaired of any other roof now in use. Yet the Best proof we can offer As to its being both fire and water proof Are our Many references to any one of whom we arc at Liberty to refer. A _ n. let it be distinctly understood since to manufacture our own composition and do the work in person that we warrant All our work proof against both fire and water if they prove contrary we will most willingly abide Tom results. The materials being mostly non conductors of beat no roof is so Cool in summer or so warm in Winter. Those wishing to use our roof should give the rafters a pitch of about one Inch to the foot. Muy 27,1854.�?4m. Ii bad quarters 2d brigade 5th division Penn a. Volunteers. J Lebanon june 14th, 1s57. Odder no. 5. A brigade Parade is ordered to take place at Lebanon on thursday the 10th Day of september next being the anniversary of Perry a Victory. Or. Caspar bunk is hereby appointed brigade major of this brigade with the rank of Captain Aud Wilt be respected accordingly. The commanding officers of companies within the brigade will have this order read to their men at the next Parade after its reception. The brigade quartermaster Captain we. W. Murray is charged with the transmission of these orders to the commanding officers of the companies forming the brigade. The brigade major Captain bunk will furnish him with the requisite number of copies of it. Tho brigade inspector major Frederick Embich is charged with the duty of inviting companies from the neighbouring brigades. The brigade major Captain bunk will furnish him Wilh a copy of this order. Further orders will be issued in duo time informing company officers of Tho Field evolutions contemplated to be performed by the brigade when it gives the general pleasure to state that major general we. Ii. Kim has intimated his willingness to order a division Parade at Lebanon should the idea be favourably received throughout the division or by the major portion of it some time in the month of october. Brigadier Gener als Williams and Hunter have cordially approved of the movement and promised to attend with their staffs should it be carried out. By order of John Weidman brigadier general 2d brigade 5th division Penn a. Volunteers Caspar Sun arc brigade major. Lebanon june 17, �?T57-td. Yes Iberger a cloth manufactory thankful for past favors the undersigned respectfully informs the Public that he continues his manufactory in East Hanover Lebanon county on As extensive a scale As Ever. If is unnecessary for him to say More than that the work will be done in the same excellent style which has made his work and name so Well known to the surrounding country. Lie promises to do the work in the shortest possible time. The manufactory is in Complete order and he flatters himself to to Able to Render the same satisfaction As heretofore. He manufactures Broad and narrow cloths bassinets blankets White and other flannels All finished in the Best manner and at reasonable prices. Lie also cards Wool and makes Rolls. For the convenience of his customers Wool and cloth will be taken in at the following places a at the stores of George amp Shellenberger a Jouvor amp Brothers shirk amp Tice and George rain cell and at Guilford a lumber Ger a new drug store in Lebanon at the stores of shirk amp Miller and Samuel u. Shirk in North Lebanon Borough Samuel gos licit Bethel to. The Public House of win. Earnst Fredericksburg Samuele. Bick Cly a store Jonestown George Weidman a store Bell View Melchior Reichart 2 Miles from Palmyra Martin Early a store Palmyra Gabriel Woi Ferg bergers store Palmyra Landing Michael shirk East Hift Over Dauphin county at the stores of or. Eby and David m. Rank East Hanover Lebanon county. All materials will be taken away from then Bove places finished without delay and returned again. Those of his customers who wish to have stocking Wool carded dyed and mixed can leave their Wool White at the Bovo mentioned places with directions How they wish it prepared. Or his customers can order the stocking Wool to lie made from the undersigned a Wool which will be done and left at the desired place. N. is desired that those having Wool carded will the Cash therefor at the above named places. Lyon Lem Heitger. East Halo Var to. April 6, 1857. Reizenstein by pro. Reizenstein amp brother is where where is Reizun Stein amp brother Reizck Stem amp Bro. Is in Cumberland Street nearly opposite the co dirt House in Lebanon. Ilc Izenstein k Bro. Do what what do Reizenstein amp Bro.? Reizenstein amp Bro. Soli ready made clothing very cheap 1 Reizenstein amp Bro. Sell summer Coats for 75 cts., and upwards gentlemen a go to Reizenstein amp Bro. And buy your summer clothing. They keep a Groat variety and sell at astonishing Low prices. John where Are you going in Sacha Lurry ? Iam going to Reizenstein amp brother to buy myself n suit of their clothing. How much arc they Why they sell whole suits for three dollars and upwards. Reizenstein and brother sell also Fine White and fancy shirts collars neckties pocket socks gloves amp a. What else do Reizenstein a Bro. Sell Reizenstein amp Bro. Sell also watches jewelry Aee Ordons pocket books pm rte Monnis purses of every style and cheap into the bargain Reizenstein amp brother is where ? where is Reizenstein a Bro.? Reizenstein k Bro. Is in Cumberland Street nearly opposite the court House. Lebanon july 22, is57. The glow worm trims her Silver lamp and feeds its fairy spark to guide her love through the Damp and. Dreary Forest Darle. And when the Dew is on the Leaf she smiles until behold the tears of events silent grief Are turned to beads of Gold. So shines my Loro when sorrows night descends in storm and Wrath and from her eyes a gentle Light illuminates All my path. And in the wilderness of gloom All dark some and forlorn her Light brings roses into Bloom As Sunshine in the morn. My love my starry glow worm Bright i bless thy quiet Ray there is no loveliness or night whilst thou Dost cheer Tho Way. And through the dark that Friendly beam when Sunshine friends depart still on Ray pathway there shall gleam. That love Light from thy heart a the old old summer moonbeams softly playing Light the Woods of Castle keep and there i Sec a Maiden straying where the darkest shadows creep she is listening meekly purely to the wooer at her Side a tis the a old old Story a surely running on like time and tide Maiden fair of have a care Yows Are Many truth is rare. He is courtly she is simple. Lordly Doublet Speaks his lot she is wearing Hood and wimple a his the Castle hers the cot. Sweeter far she deems his whisper than the night Birds Dulcet thrill j she is smiling he beguiling a tis a Tho old old Story still. Maiden fair of have a care a vows Are Many truth is rare. The autumn Sun is quickly going behind the Woods of Castle keep the air is chill the night wind blowing and there i Sec a Maiden weep. Incr checks Are White her brow is aching the a old old Story sad and Brief. Of heart betrayed and left nigh breaking in mute despair and lonely grief. Maidens fair of have a care vows Are Many truth is rare. Seven children at a barn urns baby show presented us with an ocular demonstration of the a Quin title alliances in the shape of a Mother with five children All mormon the same occasion says the life illustrated we made up our minds that the be plus Ultra in this direction has been reached. But As it was not our province to affix boundaries to the operations of nature not to say of progressive Ife. A a around i ova wide How deep extend below a we concluded very philosophically to believe it possible barely possible that six might occur. Beyond this we resolved not to believe in a single baby. But How vain Are human calculations As if to put our firm Resolution to a test it can never survive the Story comes that a a the Sebo our Sarah Bartolett arrived at new Orleans on the 12lh inst., bringing mexican dates to the 26th Ultimo. On the 20th Ultimo a mexican woman of Tho capital was delivered of Seuea male children at one birth. Both Mother and seven children were when Tho Schooner left progressing now the Best or the worst of it is the Story comes Well authenticated. We have to admit the fact no Lens our half a dozen Barrier is broken Down or rather leaped Over our incredulity is shaken to the winds. We will now stick our stake at ten. We believe up to that number but if Ever a daughter of eve presumes to tax our Faith to the tune of eleven we Shane to believe unless we Are there to see. Meanwhile a question suggests itself for discussion not less interesting than that of the size of the crinoline a female has a right to surround herself with Viz a How Many children has a woman aright to have at once old bachelors will please not read this article especially if they Are nervous. An Indian following incident was narrated to lieutenant Beckwith of the Pacific Railroad expedition by a Delaware Indian guide As they were traversing Mountain pass which was marked by no pee Roas gullies and ravines a the was traversing this pass at Midnight accompanied by his Squaw Only both mounted on the same horse and the night so dark that he could neither see the outlines of the Hills nor the ground at the horse s feet when he heard a sound which Helmit ated so slight As to be scarcely perceptible to an indians ear As an Arrow carried in the hand striking once Only Wilh a slight tick against a Bow. Stopping he could hear nothing but instantly dismounted his Squaw leaning Down upon the horse that she might by no possibility be seen a and placed his ear to the ground when he heard the same sound repeated but a few feet Distant and was therefore satisfied that however imminent the danger he had not yet been seen or heard for no Indian would make such a noise at night in approaching his foe he therefore instantly arose and took his horse by the bridle close to Bis Mouth to Lessen the chances of his moving or Whiting and one Hundred and seventy of his deadliest enemies the Sioux on a War party a fled past him within arms reach Wile he remained , jewelry amp a. It is a fact worthy of note am�?5 that the jewelry store at 332 a a assess North second st., Philadelphia soils goods 20 per cent less than any other place in the United states. Look at the prices. Gold Lover watches is full jewelled 322.00 Silver levers full jewelled 10.00 a a Hunters 12 to 18.00 Gold Hunters 28.00 Kight any watches Hunters 60.00 also All other kinds of watches Gold chains jewelry c., sold less than anywhere else. Cali in and examine. Sig country merchants supplied wholesale or retail. N. D. Godfrey no. 332 North 2d st., Between Callowhill and Wood sts., Philadelphia. June 17, 1857.-6ms. A mormon baptism in the Holyoke Mirror says that an individual who appeared in the fourth of july procession in that town dressed As an Indian was a mormon elder who has been doing a Large business in Prosel Yting and is supposed to have come from Shelburne fall. The following strange and disgusting affair is recorded As a fact a on tuesday evening he was seen with some half a dozen Young women wending his Way Down to the River below the swing ferry. Our informant alive to the Prospect of seeing some Fuu crawled carefully along under cover of the Bushes to within a few feet of the party. It soon became evident that the mormon rite of baptism was there under the Mellow Light of the Moon to be administered. After a Short prayer the elder and his converts entered upon the ceremony before them by laying off All their garments with the exception of a certain unmentionable nether one and one after another received a dipping at his hands. After coming out of the water each removed her wet garment and stood Forth in All the unrestrained Freedom if not in the Blissful innocence of glorious old they soon donned again their customary apparel satisfied no doubt that by this time they were far above the liability of committing sin and that by becoming subsequently a pickled a As a mormon preacher recently said All True followers must they would be Happy Jesse w. Goodrich formerly editor of the Worcester Cataract died on wednesday. He was the Means of inducing John �5. Gough to give up the Worcester transcript says a previous to his disease he insisted on being removed from the sanitary establishment where he was seeking a cure because when insensible and sep Post a to be dying they administered rum to him and almost his last words were to one whom he had enlisted in the ranks of Temperance a be sure and keep the Ethan Allen s . Ethan Allens grand daughter resides at Mill Point Ottowa county Michigan. She has in her Possession the identical sword with which the colonel backed up his demand for the surrender of Ticonderoga a in the name of the great Jehovah and the Continental the sword is an old fashioned one. The plate is Twenty seven inches in length and Slighly curved. Length of handle seven inches making the entire length of the . The handle �3 of Bone or Horn. The mount ing is of Silver but was washed with Gold while worn by captin Allen to match his uniform. The Gold is now partially worn off. A dogs head of Silver forms the end of the handle and from this to the guard mins a Silver Chain. On one of the Silver bands of the scabbard the name Ethan Allen is engraved in Large letters on another e. Brasher maker new York and on still another in script a Martin Vosburg 1755.�?�. A woman in should be More trusted and confided in As wives mothers and Sisters. They have a Quick perception of right and wrong and without knowing Why read the present and future characters and acts designs and probabilities where Man sees no letter or sign. What else do we mean by the adage a Mother wit a save that woman has a quicker perception and readier invention than Man ? How often when Man Abandons the Helm in despair woman seizes it and carries the ship Home through the storm Mari often flies from borne and families to avoid impending poverty or ruin woman Seldom if Ever forsook Home thus. Woman never evaded Mere temporal calamity by suicide or desertion. The proud banker rather than see his property gazetted May blow out his brains and leave his wife and children in want protect topless Loving woman would have counselled him to accept poverty and live to cherish his family and retrieve his Fortune. Woman should be counselled and confided in. It is the Beauty and the glory of her nature that it instinctively grasps at and clings to the truth and right. Reason Many a greatest faculty takes time to hesitate before it decides but woman a instinct never hesitates in its decision and is scarcely Ever wrong where it has even chances with reason. Woman feels where Man thinks acts where he deliberates Hopes where he despairs and triumphs where he Falls. A # the Market overstocked Ltd not less than fifty German princesses Are of an age to be married and hence of course looking out in the matrimonial Market. On the other hand there Are not More than half a dozen Continental princes who Are of an age befitting the expectant. Among these Are the count of Flanders and Prince George of Saxony both heirs apparent of thrones Prince William of Baden and two or three others of minor note. Wmartu��?.in the danger of Young lady in Dayton Ohio came very near losing her life within the past week in consequence of the extraction of a tooth. The removal of a molar severed an artery and the profuse bleeding continued interrupted by but Short intervals for nearly two Days until she was nearly exhausted. It was finally cheeked but not until she had lost Between one and two Gallons of blood. there in a probability that sugars will in a Short time become reduced in prices for if we May judge from present indications the speculation s in that article have reached a culminating Point. The vast product this year from the Cape the Maple tree and the sorghum with the unsold Stock of last year bid fair to give the people cheap sugar for some time to come. Late and Early editor of the West Chester record mentions a circumstance that has fallen under his notice in relation to the crops in Chester county which As it occurs also in Berks is worthy the attention of our Farmers. He says it happens frequently that one Farmer has an excellent yield while his next neighbor has scarcely More than half a crop. A practical Farmer who has investigated the matter gives it As his opinion that where the Medit Crane a wheat was sown Early and became Well tooted in the ground before the Frost set in the crop is Good and where it was sown late it has generally failed. He states that himself and one of his neighbors put in the principal part of their wheat about the 3d of september. Each Lias a heavy crop. They each had potato patches which were sown a month later. In these patches owing to the late sowing the crop was a failure the shallow roots not being Able to resist the cold of the Winter. Land of a Southern exposure As a general Rule affords the Best Prospect of uniform crops. The last Winter was exceedingly cold and we understand that much of the wheat on lands with a Northern exposure was a Winter killed a the Snow blew off and left he ground exposed while the Fields facing the South and protected by the snows yielded the most Beautiful crops. As the time for sowing Winter Grain will soon be Here Quot these suggestions Are important. The crops advices by the Asto inform us that the crops in All parts of Continental Europe Promise a Rich Harvest and that As will be seen by the reports of the different markets bread stuff s Are declining in All markets. In some parts of Germany Farmers have already begun to Harvest their Rye crops and bread made of new Rye flour was in general use and pronounced of Good Quality. The tobacco plantations in Southern Germany have been much refreshed by late Rains and Promise a Good crop. The grape vines in Germany have ceased Blooming and single berries have already reached the size of Small peas. If the summer should continue As it has begun the wine of 1846 will be outdone by the product of 1857, both in Quantity and Quality. Getting in Hay on sunday a a Case of Sabbath breaking was tried at South Windsor last saturday before Justice John Moore. It appeared that or. D. Sperry proprietor of the hotel in that place had some Hay out which had been wet in the storms previous to sunday of last week. Sunday morning being Clear though there were indications of another storm which would have ruined the Hay it was properly put into the barn and saved. For doing this or. Sperry and his seven assistants were prosecuted by or. Grand juror Clapp. We. A Eaton esq., appeared for the defendants and h. K. W. Welch esq., for the prosecution. The Justice Dis a missed the Case Quot As an unsound one or. Sperry being justified by the evidence a Hartford times. Cheap Cincinnati enquirer says a Wagon Load of potatoes was offered to a firm in commercial Row in that City on Friday at the Low Price of 25 cents a Bushel by a gentleman from Covington Kentucky. The same gentleman offered to contract for five Hundred or a thousand bushels at digging time at the same Price. Potatoes however Are still kept up at starvation Price in Cleveland new ones Selling at $2, and old ones Selling at $1,50, and the crop so promising that prices j must soon decline. The Cleveland j Herald says that it heard on saturday j of an offer to contract to deliver one thousand bushels at Twenty cents at digging time. What Lagrange a newly imported opera Singer at n. Y., on the occasion of her Benefit a few evenings since had a Crown of solid Gold presented her by a committee of admiring republicans. Col. Fuller editor of the know nothing Mirror made a very silly speach on the occasion. The following which we clip from the new York letter of a contemporary will serve to show still further the extravagance of the mushroom aristocracy of our Large cities this is a fast age. We not Only live fast travel fast and die fast but we Are fast buyers. In the Way of extravagance no former age Ever excelled us. This not Only proves that the country is running largely to wealth but also Gingerbread and tinsel. There Are dwelling houses in this City which Cost �200,000. To keep such a House in servants butchers balls parties and Baboons runs away with �30,000 More. Every body seems Bent upon making the utmost splurge and Rushing to Highfalutin and Gold edged Spittoon. A lady the other Day paid �400 for a a shawl Worth �1500, is quite a a common occurrence in this port Monn aies set with pearls and diamonds and costing from �75 to �300, have ju3t been introduced by a Paris importer. Fans Worth �60 May be found at stewarts by the dozen. If this fact done to prove that we live in a fast age that we Are doing business on a High pressure principle i done to know what would. A relic of old Lehigh a Register says that the first fire engine used in the United states is in the neighbouring town of Bethlehem and it is still in working it was in London in 1689, and shipped to Philadelphia where it was in service Many years. A a a stumping correspondence. General Packer to the democratic Central committee. Williamsport july 18, 1857. Hon. C. R. Buckalew chairman of state committee dear Siri have received the enclosed letter front one of the opposing candidates for the gubernatorial office and inasmuch As it proposes a plan for the conduct of the Campaign which has never before been Practised in Pennsylvania and As the Success of other candidates besides myself is involved in the election i have thought it my duty to submit the communication to the judgment of the state committee representing the democratic party. If it is thought to be a proper Mode of conducting the canvass i shall cheerfully accede to the proposition. Respectfully yours . Packer. Reply of the chairman of the Central committee. Philadelphia july 25, 1857. Hon. War. F. Packer dear sir a i have Laid before the state committee the Lelei signed d. Wilmot dated the 14th instant and am authorized to say to you that in the opinion of the committee you ought not to accede to the proposition it contains. The reasons for this opinion i will proceed to state the slavery question which it is possible your opponent proposes to discus3j has very recently been thoroughly considered and passed upon by the people of this Commonwealth. The late presidential canvass involved the whole subject so far As it was proper for consideration by our people and we super Eive no Utility in its re discussion at this time nor any other Good reason for reopening debate upon it. The position of our party is Well understood and requires no vindication at least by any extraordinary proceeding like that proposed. A a joint canvass by candidates for the gubernatorial office has never been conducted in this state nor i believe in any other Northern one and May Well be questioned on grounds of Public policy. If the practice be once adopted it will doubtless continue and party nominations be uniformly made with reference to it. No party will venture to select a candidate for this office who is not qualified for the stump and aptitude for debate will hence become to be preferred to administrative Short the result will be to confine nominations to the class of talkers and to exclude All others. A Rule of party action which would prevent such men As Benj. Franklin Simon Snyder and Francis r. Shuck from filling the executive chair of this stale must be a bad one and to be denounced Rath than adopted. We believe there is a considerable Public opinion against the propriety of executive candidates appearing at All before popular meetings to solicit votes. This was first practice by we. F. Johnston in 1848, and has been to some extent followed by candidates since a the Good results of it Are not obvious. It did not originate with the democratic party nor has it Ever received any formal popular or parly it May therefore be considered an opera question in future practice and at All events As forming no Pari the duty of a candidate imposed upon him by his nomination. While your opponent holds the office of president judge there is a special objection to the acceptance of his project. The propriety of Law judges taking part in political meetings is denied by our party and is opposed by sound Public opinion. By no whatever ought we to Sanction or become participants in a prostitution of the judicial character. Nor will a resignation now made altogether remove this objection. Your opponent has intentionally held his office until within three months of the election rendering it impossible to elect a successor the present year and if a resignation should now take place it would obviously be with the Inte lion of resuming the office after the defeat for the Post to which he aspires. The proposed Mode of conducting campaigns May possibly be suited to some of the Southern and South Western states where it has been practice and whose population and political Condi a ions differ from ours but its introduction Here would be against solid objections and without any conceivable Good. It is therefore proposed a Southern aggression a upon the practice and policy of parties in Pennsylvania which cannot be at All accepted or permitted. It is Well that this question has Arisen when we have a candidate capable and fit for any discussion before the people and when the decision can be placed without embarrassment upon Public grounds which control it i am very respectfully your obedient servant R. Buckalew chairman. General Packer to judge Wilmot. Willias Isfort pa., july 27, 1857. Hon. D. Wilmot dear sir a your letter of the 14tlr inst was duly received and As it proposed a plan for conducting Tho gubernatorial Campaign which had never hitherto been adopted in Pennsylvania and As the interests of were involved in the result i did not feel at Liberty to accede to your proposition without first cams Uhing the state committee to which the democratic convention Lias on its part specially confided the control arid management of the canvass. A you will receive herewith a copy of
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