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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 30, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaA de Ca 3rcfit2uar Rojy Abca Tauaa a Pasiasa neut a and prom Petty a amp dec titty at the advertises office Lebanon Penn a this establishment is now supplied with an extensive assortment of Job Type which will be increased As the patronage Demanda. It can now turnout printing of every description in a neat and expeditious manner Andon. Very reasonable terms. Such As pamphlets checks a business cards handbills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of pare a invitations tickets -fcc., fee. of All kinds common and judgm6ntb0s�8. School justices constables and other Blanks printed correctly and neatly on the Hest paper constantly kept for Sale at this office at prices a to suit the subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar Aud a half a year. \ address we. M. Breslin Lebanon a. Attorney at Law office North West Corner of water arid Market streets us Bartow a. Lebanon nov. 18, 1863.�?ly._ George Pfleger jr., attorney at Law office in rooms formerly occupied by or. Samuel Bohm deceased and opposite to the Blaek horse hotel Cumberland Street Lebanon August 20,1863. A a a it brain Wek Maiv attorney at Law. Of a be in Cumbbie Riard Street a few doors East of vol. 15�?no. 21. Not. Alcoholic a highly a concentrated vegetable extracts a pure to Nic. Lebanon pa., wednesday december 80, 1863.whole no. 767 o thoe Ecle hotel in the office late of his _ fora a warm in Utec to Lebanon of sept. 9,1863. . Stanley attorney at Law has removed Liis off co to the building one door ene of store opposite the Washington House be botox tto and 1�?Tensiox a be Moyal s. T. at Law a a u his office to Market Street opposite Ilfe sub to floors North of widow users hotel. Lebanon March -5, �?T63, John it a amp own Jim w District attorney Lias removed his office to the room lately occupied by p. Line Weaver in Cumberland Street Lebanon a few Doois last of the bag la hotel and two doors West of gen. Feldman s office Lebanon dec. 17,1862. Yitts filler 1 fun Walnut Street neat a i opposite the Buck hotel and two doors South do Karl Nanvy a hardware store. Lebanon april 9,ls62.-ly Sass uset Otter a with a. R. Bova Imatz or Aud Cetz a Naira. Lebanon la. L a a army and Navy Sion Bounty Back and Bounty land Agency. Amp amp ii Saju a . File undersigned having been licensed to prosecute l Sims and having been engaged in the out and pension Basic less offers Bis services to All those who i e thereto eur tired. Til accordance Wilh the various its of Congress. A Sincli should Call or address at see and make their Opp Poatious through Bassiur Boyar attorney at Law Ornea with a. It. Boob Tab esq., Cut Borland Street opposite the court Honse october ,l�63. Lebanon,wm. M. So err. A attorney at Law office in stickler s building \ Cumberland Street nearly opposite the court Issue. Lebanon May 6, 1863.�?tf.dr. Samuel s. Meily vhf Erbis professional services to the citizens of j Lebanon and Vicinity. Office it the residence f mrs. L. Bucini two doors i est of Otyce of i r. Samuel Lem dec a in Cumberland Streeta. Lebanon Ajril 15,1865.___ �3 or. P. D. It sch raving located in Lebanon offers Bis profession in services to the Public. Office in Market a the building formerly occupied by his father. Lebanon dec. 16, 1863.,�?z1gle� amp 1 e w a to. Commission merchants Fob the Sale of utter eggs cheese Tallio lard poultry game dried fruits Grain seed amp a. No. 170 Beabe Street _ in door above Washington Mill . Weigley. 1 Dewalt. $ references a Ascough new York alien a Bret brr do w Selfridge. Esq to do Jones v Shepard do slam a t Rahach amp Farr Lugton do Samuel g. Johnson do m Breslin esq., Lebanon a. L. Rein. Cunt on to w. C. Curry amp co., Bankers Erie a. Item in Stiles Allentown a. Jan. 14,1863.German bitters prepared by a a a a a a or. C. Al. Jackson Pralad a a. Will effectually cure. Uver complaint dyspepsia. Chronic or debility to eaten of he kidneys and nil diseases arising from a disordered liver or stomach. Such As constipation inward piles fullness or blood to the head acidity of the stomach nausea heartburn disgust for food fullness or weight in the stomach. Sour erect actions sinking or chittering at the pit of the stomach. Swimming of the head hurried and difficult breathing fluttering at the heart choking or suffocating sensations when in a dying pos Ture. Dimness of vision dots or Ives before the sight fever end Dull vain in the head deficiency of perspiration Yellowness of the skin and Eye pain in the Side Back Chest limbs &c., Sud ecu flushes of heat burning in the flesh constant imaginings of evil and great depression of spirits. Aud will positively prevent Tidlow fever bilious fever do. Tinky contain a no alcohol or bad. Whiskey they will Cuite Tho above diseases Iania Ety Nice cases out of a Hundred. Hiram , or Meuly of Jonestown Lebanon county would respect rally inform his friends and the Public it he in connected himself with or. Lower in the to Racico Sny off and Segar business a no. 146 North third Street philft., Ore to Wilt he glad to. Receive customers and Wil i at rates that will prove satisfactory i Ulel Plizia may20,18 03. Howard association . Diseases of the nervous system. Speu5ia-/ Tok Hecea or seminal Iveane its. Info nce and other affections of the sexual organs typical debility and via Ema tube w and reliable treatment in reports of the Loward a Rac Lefcion sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes e of charge address or. Houghton War association no. 2 South ninth Street a Uil a Eph a. Lawuary 28,1868.�?ly� _ x. Or. Wei fit a quor store it Square opposite tie Market bom Hunan a. B undersigned respectfully informs tue Public iat be has received an extensive Stock of the a st and purest liquors of All descriptions. These he is invariably disposed to sell at us to precedence d 1 y Low prices. A druggists Farmers hotel keepers and Othu consult their own interests by buying of the a signed. 1 Deg. Gaon april Iff i8g3. Notice Phil Al a. And r heading Bah. Road company. Heaping nov. 28ili 1863, Imi Belcia respectfully informed that on and Aff in Day Drc Kuhr 14th, All passengers Olio do or Chaser their tickets be lore entering the cars in charged 25 cents extra on each tic act Parchas the tirus. For which they will obtain from the Ector a Check receipt. This receipt will be real and 26 cents paid therefor in Cash upon its Mutton at any ticket office of the Tommy. _ Nuber 9,1863-�?2m. General supt. Perso Vafi. A to f the largest Nursery firms in South Ern Pennsylvania wish to secure Tho Pef j1� ices of a competent Sale a in 1 Lnu a Jonty. They wish it reliable enterprising i will devote his whole time to Selonk Lruth amen Tal Trees Vince plants to. For fur a Mutton apply at the office of this paper. 1863 �?4t. _ Volice. In Lac notice is hereby Given that the account of Daniel Walter Assignee of Jacob Kern and urine Bis wife by deed of voluntary assignment i the Flay of april. 18s2, has Burn filed m the ionotary�?T8 office of Lebanon county and that the willbe presented to the court of common pleas id county on the first monday of Jamiar next confirmation and allowance when and where All Ina Mav attend if they think proper. Henry Sieg Luj st in prothonotary. Thimo Tarys a office Pec. 2, 1803.notice. I bloc notice is hereby Given that the account t Rifle Infin Shl and wife of the Borough of a on it my of Lebanon pa., has been filed in the honors office of Lebanon county Aud that the a will be presented to the court of common 1 till Tuuu Tyson the first monday of january next confirmation and allowance when Aud Theio persons May attend if they think prope Henry Sil Giust prothonotary Othomo Tarys a office dec. 2, 63. Notice. Blic notice is hereby Given that the account of Joseph Reneel and Joseph Arnold assignees of Liam e. Arnold and wife of the Borough of inon county of Lebanon pa., under a voluntary i of assignment for the Benefit of creditors has i filed in the prothonotary a a office of Lebanon Ltd and that the same will be presented to the to of common pleas of said county on the first Day if january next for confirmation and allow i when and where All person May attend if they k proper. His Ney Siegrist Grotbo rotary. A Otho notary office dec. 2, �?T63. Induced by the extensive Sale and Universal popularity of Hoofer and German bitters purely vegetable Hoh of ignorant quacks and adre Utu res have opened upon suffering humanity the flood Gates of nostrums in the shape of poor whiskey Rilely compounded with injurious drugs and christened tonies. Stelae has and bitters. A beware of the innumerable array of alcoholic preparations in Plethoria bottles and big bellied kegs under the modest appellation of bitters which instead of curing Only aggravate disease and leave the disappointed Suff re in dts Nir. Iio Opland a German bitters Are not a new and untried article but Havo stood the test of fifteen years trial Bulha american Public Ami their reputation stud Sale Are not rivalled by any similar preparation. The proprietors have thousands of letters from the meet eminent clergymen lawyers physicians Ami citizens testifying of their own personal knowledge to the beneficial effects and medical Virtues of these bitters. Do you want something to strengthen you do you want a Good appetite ? do you want to build up your Constitution do you want to of blk Well t do you want to get hid of Eryou Salaa do you want Energy do you want to sleep Well do you want a brisk and vigorous i a klan w if you do use aloof land a Oerman . From Rcv. J. Be Ivan Brown d. I. Editor of the in cyclopedia of Liveli Giovis knowledge although net disposed Envor or recommend Patent medicines in general through distrust of their ingredient and effects l yet know of no sufficient reasons Why a Man May not testify to the benefits to believes himself to have received from any simple preparation in the Hope that he May thus contribute to the Bench Ito others. I do this the More readily in regard to Ilo offend s German ritters prepared by or. G. M. Jackson of this cite because i was prejudiced against them for Many years under the impression that they were chiefly an alcoholic mixture. I am indebted to my Friend Robert Shoemaker esq., for the removal of this prejudice by proper Testa and for encouragement to by them when suffering from great and Long continued debility. The use of three bottles of these bitters at the be Gifu i Quot of the present year was followed a Gay evident Relief Aud restoration to a degree of bodily and Mun Tal vigor which i Hud not Felt for six months before and Hud almost despaired of regaining. I therefore to link god and my Friend by directing me to the use of them j Newton Brown. june. 23 1&61. Funicular police. There Are Many preparations sold under the name of bitters put up in quart bottles compounded of the cheapest whiskey or common ruin costing from.20 to 40 cents per gallon Trio taste disguised by Anise or deed. This class of bitters has caused and will continue to cause As Long As they can be sold hundreds to die the death of the drunkard. By their use the system of is kept continually under the influence of alcoholic stimulants of the worst kind the desire for liquor is created and kept up and the result is nil the horrors attendant upon to drunkard a life and death. those who desire and Wilt have a liquor bitters we publish the following receipt. Get one Boule if oof land s Germa fitters and mix wit ii Trace quarts of goad Brandy or if7risi-�y, Ami the result will to a preparation that will Excel in medicinal Virtues and True exc hence any of the numerous liquor bitters m till Market Ana ��11 Cost Euchlas. Loo will have All the Virtues of a Mjolund Somers m connection with a mad Argielo of liquor at a much toss Prico than these inferior preparations will Cost you. Attention soldiers and the friends of s0ldxehs._ Lycell Ilia attention of All having relations and friends in the army to the fact that Hoofard German bitters will Cura nine tenths or the diseases induced by exposures Ami privation incident to Camp life. In the lists published almost daily in the newspapers. On the arrival of the s cd it will he noticed that a very Lara proportion Are suffering trom Deoller Tom i Iseola that Kiml can be readily cured by Llu Olland s German bitters. Diseases resulting from disorders of the digestive organs Are Speed ily removed. We Hare no hesitation i stating that in these bitters were freely used among our soldiers hundreds olives might be saved that otherwise will be lost. We Call particular attention to the follow my remarkable and writ authenticated cure of one of the nations heroes Whoie life to use hid own language a a bus been saved by Trio bitters. , August 23rd, too. 1 mean. Jones , Ben Tomeu your Hoof Aatlo of German bitters has saved my life f Are is o mistake in this. It is vouched for by a a Quot fers Torny comrades some of whose Omna Are appended and who were fully cognisant of All the circumstances of my a i no and have been fur the last tour years a member celebrated Battery and Turner the immediate command of Captain r. A res. Through the exposure attendant upon Najr . 1 was attacked in november last with Lindain Dialion of the lungs and was for Eeve Oty two Days in the Hospital. This Ivas followed by great debility heightened by an attack a a dysentery. X was. Then reputed from the White House nil Cut to this City of Board the Steamer state of Maine a front which handed on the 2stk of june. Snipe that Tine 1 have been a Boutas Low As any one could be and Mill retain Spain k of vitality. For a week or More i was Seal cely Able to Swallow anything and if 1 did future a morsel Down it was immediately thrown up again. 1 could not even keep n Glass of water on my stomach Lile could not last under these circumstances and accordingly the physicians who had been working faithfully though unsuccessfully to a Rescue to front the grasp of tie dead Archer frankly told to they could do no More forme nod advised me to fee a Clergyman and to make auth disposition of my limited funds us Liest suited me. An acquaintance who visited me at the Hospital or. Frederick Etc inborn = sixth below Arch Street advised Moas a forlorn Hope to try Jour bitters Aud kindly procured a Liot to from the time i commenced taking them the gloomy Shadow of death receded and 1 uni now t Auk i�?Tn.1 for it cafe thine Butler the nigh i he of Uhi liken Uvo bottles i have gained ten pounds and i tec san Iuie of being i emitted to rejoin my wite and daughter from whom 1 have Beard nothing for 18 months a a a i am a Loyal virginian from the Vici itys of front Royal. To your invaluable bitters i owe a a luanfacasp5vmy�tn�0yoursf�xsaaamiboye. We fury Concerro the truth of the above state meet As to had despaired of seeing our Comrade or. Malone 1�osljtonn� a dbl Erack 1st now York Battery. George a Ackley co a a Illi Maihs. Lewis Chevalier 92d new York. Honky t Macro Al boo 0 Btl Matue. Nathaniel Bthomas co 1 95th in Quot a. Andrew .1 Kimball co a 3d Vermont John Jenkins co r 6tb Bonn. Reward of counterfeits. See that the signature of a to. M. Jackson a is on the wrapper of each bottle. Price per bottle 75 cents or half Doz. For $4 00. Should your nearest druggist not Lave to c article do Dot be put off by Uny of the intoxicate us preparations that May be Oll urdu in Ita place but Sund to us Aud we will Forward securely packed by express. Principal office and manufactory no. 631 , Mjones amp Evans. Successor to c. M. Jackson amp co., proprietors. Us for Sale by a. So. Ross opposite the court House Lucia so a and by druggists and dealers in every town in the United states. May 27, 1863.�?ly. Number sixty eight. The 9 30 p. M. Train had left me on the platform of the Carlisle station i was on my Way to Glosgow and Lead resolved to break the journey by sleeping at the railway hotel because it had a convenient Entrance from the platform. As i was seeing Ray Luggage put on a truck a Middle aged portly Man of gentleman like manner and with a Fine voice came up to where i stood and commenced an elaborate search among the pile of baggage for a trunk he had lost a Black trunk with White diamonds on it. He expressed himself vexed and distressed at hav my lost it and seemed quite Quot unable to determine what course to pursue. I sympathised whith him and went with him to the Telegraph office where be telegraphed to hover for the lost Luggage. A what hotel do you go Tov said the stranger., in Quot a deep Rich comfortable voice. I replied a to the Railroad hotel As i leave by the 6 15 train in the morning for Glasgow a a that is my train and my destination a said the stranger a so i will go to the same he was a Stout Man standing above five feet seven neatly dressed in a dark frock coat Lemon coloured Marsala Wai coat and Blaek he wore the Sharp standing collars of the last fashion but one and he carried an umbrella a Telescope and an air Cushion in one hand while the fingers of the other played with a heavy steel water Chain. He Man with Large Well defined features Busby eyebrows and a rather coarse but humorous Mouth. When he lifted his hat 1 saw that he was rather Bald and Luid a scar High on his left Temple. ,. A Beds fetid the lady at the hotel bar a fining her Finger up and Down a Blaek multiplication table covered with White figures with mysterious keys hanging below each of them like fruit on the Stem. While she was pursuing this task with the air of conferring a favour rather than of welcoming guests the stranger who bad already introduced himself to me As or. Thistlewood whispered in my ear a do the custom House officers take bribes a. A i saw of course that he meant this a joke and i laughed. A of course not a i said a pass our Luggage directly a or. Thistlewood was evidently a born humorist for not the slightest return smile dimpled his face Asho replied a Well so i thought search it More completely i suppose when pc get to Tibet a Heel Lent satirist he meant to ridicule our absurd custom House restrictions and to glance incidentally at the Speed of modern travelling As if Carlisle were Only the first station on some great and perilous journey we were about to undertake. Sixty seven and sixty eight John a said the lady handing the keys to the Porter who instantly shouldered my trunk and began to ascend the staircase. A would you order dinner sir a he said As he let the portmanteau drop at door g7. A dinner for two a i answered glancing at my new Friend a and As soon As possible a a what la you have sir v a soup a Whiting or so and a roast a exactly a said my Friend. A sorry sir a said the a Porter to or. Thistlewood a that there is no Glass in your room sir chambermaid broke it yesterday get you one directly a no no no no a said my companion rather irritably a i never allow Glass in my room. Bring a Glass and i leave the As he said this he smiled at me As much As to say this a joke of mine to startle the Porter. A Oli of course not if you done to wish sir a said the Porter shutting me in 07 and leading or. Thistlewood into no. G8. To Wash dress and put on slippers after a Long journey is a great pleasure. A my room. 67, had a Side door opening into 08, and As my washing stand stood near it i could not help hearing my eccentric Friend talking to himself is he took off his boots. All that i could distinguish however were these remarkable words a the discrimination of logic by Jack Sheppard As the homology of thought from psychology As the phenomenon ology of mind As or. Johnson very truly said to tip poo Sahib will not bold Sinai Abala 1�?Tthis so Balabala was shouted so loud that 1 thought it right to answer the humorist or actor or ventriloquist or professor or whatever he might to i tapped at the door a How about Tibet now a replied a voice and then there came a curious chuckling laugh and the question a do you understand comic flux ions a a not a bit i answered a and what a More i never even Beard of a no More did Hegel a he replied a till the Bampton professor came and Moses was wrong about the height of the what exhaustible fancy. There was a tap at my door. A dinners ready sir a it All right a i replied. A Well be Down directly.�?T1 was Down first and Thistlewood was not Long after me. The soup Camp in. And spy companion superintended the Tureen. A soup a said he. I nodded in the affirmative. A do you profess ontology or Don to logy a said he. For As i took off my boots just now it seemed to me that you were one of those persons who would smile at the baseless dialectic of Pla it co and deride the Irra Tion in log a ice Hegel. Walter you be forgotten the break a stale i Pardon Rae sir. Buts am an or thus ast you Havo perhaps already guessed a a great humorist 1 said laughing a and a m to emf science. 1 am sure. A you re right sir. You re said my vociferously. Gay Vennt Pepp a it Mitev i a i have devoted be 1 Day tic Eiiseo s Loo is in st. Bees to ski dying the solar spots and the causes of the Sun s heat. 1 Havo on Jestein j dispute d a Al 1 a to what do Vou ? Tell the Cook cute Tycie is too much Salt in to s so p a i really cannot guess. No. Thank you no More soup. Up a Peurl Mot on hats All Quot said my e Centre fiend coolly As he removed tue cover of the fish. 1 in explain in to you in a moment with pieces of bread. This crust is a that is a Rod fixed by one end to a beam supporter. White these bits of Crumb a,.b and g the Hig ones cd Are three pair of levers forming a Paral be Loridon c this spoon is d the Piston Rod attached to h. The Salt Celier this knife a is the hot water pump connected with the parallel motion at f to is Fork a i suppose i looked rather wandering for Ray Nevi Friend took mercy on me. A. A i see a he said a you done to follow my definitions. I will explain it better after dinner with French plums on a dear table let or Wing a my Friend was a Mastermind that was quite evident. How could i expect to follow tie flights of such a mind ? a potato a. A thank you a a it was i who said a who invented Papines Digester Arnolts stove and the Argand lamp but they be robbed meow them All it was i who disco the plan of water tight bulkheads the paddle Box Lifeboat Eleya a car i rigs. And the percussion Cap but Boj Job Merit of glory three per cents Ite Aldel Monte mexicans. Everything. They d Burn me if they could because i anticipated them. With the sewing machine the syst t of Coli the i n lot Eek and the Apple Pip Crusher. A Loirre it the first inventor a i said laughing of the eccentric variety of my friends studies a who Lias been robbed of us Une iame. Jook at Gal i a i knew him a said Thistlewood a he lived in st Mary axe and sold station Ary. To fats of a Green complexion. Some mor fowl sir a the name laugh a if you vetted this remark made n spite of myself. Ilease it a drumstick will do. I presume from that remark you enter Tai o so transmit a of you die them Aga sessions same fails a on the divers no eccentric notions about action v ,. Be i do. I Call All men who they return but i know it different names of pro but lord bless you the and manners. Of in be got my Eye on the divers a the run a a Butcher Ives opposite Roe Square face Little eyes like a prize pig stands at his door with his hand on Bis Wiist. People Call that Man of no. 33,Whitechapel Road of think to really is a the eighth simple Henry Jackson who do a can to hour the Eig i i Tencis the. Nero is a prize fighter to first is on the Stock Exchange operates keeps a cheese shop on Lud Glite Bill Tamerlane writes for paper Marlborough is now ids conductor. Of i be got m them a by fell off my chair laugh hero the conversation drooped for the waiter brought in some scr by to Asunda an Omni my Eye i n a info Fiobo Picurro cuts hair Louis the eleventh is a dissenting minister and bossuot5 edits hoods works.�?, 1 know the Imp i know their faces they can to do Breivo me.�?T. _ i. Had ordered when we bad helped ourselves bad nodded and sipped our wife this extraordinary Man asked a wore you Ever in u balloon a a i Nevor had that a a pleasure indeed a said the enthusiast a but i once had a most remarkable escape. Some villian jealous of my Fame substituted Mercury for the Sand usually used for ballast. Luckily i was taken ill the nigh t before. The Man who wont up in my place by a special Providenc Whorf Balf a mile High just Over Lambeth was blown toa cinder his watch foil in a Garden near Norwood and was Given Moas a Here it is. You observe the dont on the right hand Side ? that a where it struck a Milkman who was walking up to the Back door at the a i done to see the Dent a said 1, Loolu inc closely a hut Here is the name of the maker that a or. Thistlewood exploded with laughter. A of you Sharp fellow a he said a Emu see in a moment when in a drawing the Long Bow. Pass the that insatiable Tongue began to tire. A the Days excitement and the fatigues of the journey began to Tell. We both grew silent and sipped contemplative by Fleet i yawned and then my Friend yawned looked at the candies on the sideboard then weight of up again about the american War about the wrongs of Poland about Mexico about the cruel amusements now in Vogue about sensational books and other matters. Finally we went up stairs together and Shook bands at my bedroom door. 1 bad blown out the Light and was just tumbling into bed when my conscience smote me. I had forgotten to Virid up my watch. I instantly opened bedroom door and delighted my Candle at the Little of Gas burning in the Corriden a then go ing Dack to my room and shutting the door,.i took Down my coat and searched my pockets for nay keys. I dived and brought up Bradshaw a pocket hanker Hief and a rumpled Ball of paper which being smoothed out revealed itself As an in treated copy of the times. As it Lay before me Otbo drawers justas i was bending to blow out to o c Idle nay Eyo fell on an advertisement., at the top of the second column seeing the words a Hitov to hotel keepers 1 it riveted there until i had devoured every syllable. The terrible advertisement that seemed suddenly to turn my heart into a Large Lump of ice ran thus. A caution to hotel keepers an insane gentleman of to fiddling Analore Stout rather Bald Blaek hair and Bushy Eye brows dressed in Black frock coat and Maria Waistcoat carrying a few papers to air Cushion and an umbrella is going about seeking accor a Madation with anybody who w itt Trust him. He has no Means and is dangerous. Inform Tico leading to his discovery Given . Oxford news agent Cle Kenwell shall be Reh Nti Iea. Good heavens thought i As the paper dropped from my hands a dangerous maniac in the next room to me 1 shall a alarm the House ? no that on second consideration i thought inadvisable for should i be mistaken in my companion s identity i should Lay m self open for an action of defamation a false imprisonment or some other horrible thing of that. Kind. Besides madmen were Only dangerous i said to myself under provocation and on their special topics. He _ might fancy himself emperor of China or a land Turtle a washing Basin or a Cucumber but there was no great harm in that no i would shake off these fears perhaps after All utter groundless lock the doors and sleep soundly until boots called me for the Early train. Once away in the train i could easily Cross examine my companion in such a Way As to elicit his insanity if it really existed and could then act accordingly. 1 determined however before going to bed to Roseon loiter so i quietly. Stole Bare foot to the door of communication. Between the two bed rooms in order to i ten. I put my Eais to the chink and could hear a drowsy voice As of a Man almost asleep drone big nonsense verses and weights and measures. Thus a a if a is to what d is to a according to Bohns deductions then f is to me what o is to p that a my theory of comic then the voice stopped like a clockwork run out. A moment after it continued More drowsily a ten Gold item Ebay equal ton Gold Copings fifteen mass equal one it Hebo one Oban equal three Eop Angs one Kodana equal fifteen Condor Ines a one Mano Goga equal ten thousand Iek Magog one Vattamy equal a a a a Here the voice stopped and a tremendous sonorous snore the Man was mad that was evident but he. Was harmless and he was asleep. A 1 Felt in the darkness for 1 had blown out my candles for the key. There was none so i contended myself with quietly placing two chairs in such away As that no one Souid open this door without moving them and Awakening then took out the key of my bed room door placed it under my Pillow and jumped into bed. A for some Twenty minutes i sat up listening to the heavy snoring of or. Thistlewood. I then Lay Down fell asleep and dreamed. Presently a Low creaking noise awoke to and i started up in my bed. Yes it was the maniac i there was the chairs moving slowly Back and there was the door opening wider and wider. Well he might be restless and curious and yet moan no harm to might be sleep walking and yet be amiable and tractable. My bed was from tie door so i Turnea my Bead towards the door rolled in the bed clothes leaving Only one Eye Clear and Lay As still As a Mummy the door opened and Thistlewood entered on tiptoe. He was in his Long night gown but Thero was nothing else spectral about him. He had his boots on his Faeo was red and his smile was As pleasant As Over. It was just Daybreak and the cold pure Gray Light showed him clearly to me As he pulled up the blinds and looked around with great curiosity but perfect composure. He was talking to himself. A Kepler a be said a you invented the pendulum. Aeon you discovered Turtle soup. Rumford you invented the patents Baving Box. But you Are All fools compared to me for i discovered the egg whipping machine the Oyster opener the knife cleaner and belts brandy.�?T�. All of a sudden the reflection of himself in my pier Glass caught his Eye and the sight of it seemed to drive him to . He lifted his right foot and drove it through the Glass which shivered into a thousand pieces., then in a moment he broke the legs off two chairs and shattered a the beco fid Glass the washing Jug and the Glass Over the fire place. A i know you. To cried i know you 1 Yon Havo been following me for years Ami dog me every i see you in the Sunshine a in the Moon Dot on the Sivills outline ceiling. In the Silver spoons in the Liq a rom. In the shop windows everywhere and everywhere. A will thus beat and smash you. Hell born image of myself a a a Asho said this he pounded the fragments almost to dust danced on them and laughed As they splashed around him. Then gazing at a i u0e 1 Atco Ecsi aped fragment of plate grass to cried looking toward my bed a but where is that wretch who Der de last i it that i invented perpetual motion t it was he w to filled this room with images to vex and dog me. Stop 1 11 go and get my razor it la do it the moment he darted into his room i leaped out of bed rushed into the corridor and quickly locked Rny door on the outside. Then i tried the key in his and finding it fitted i locked his door too. I heard him scream and howl drag Down the bed curtains and rushed at the door and kicked thumped and Cut at the a Vood with his razor As he cried forty Days have i been in the wilderness. Newton let me out and bring me a boiled Pelican Helper some Braudy and water and Tell the landlord Framstead there s a Man run away Here without paying for his bed. Cut his Throat i Tell you for he says i did no to discover perpetual motion 1�?T i ran to the end of the corridor where some Twenty Bells hung. I beaten them All till every person in the hotel came to my help landlord waiters chambermaid Ostler guests everybody. I told them of my narrow escape and of the madman and we then arranged to secure him by flinging blankets Over him when we opened tie door and rushed in. We did secure the Man after a tremendous a a struggle for his strength was superhuman. We then tied Feis hands behind him and sent for the police to put a straight Waistcoat on him to take him into custody. It next Day his keepers arrived and took charge of him. It appeared that he was a professor of st. Bees seen a Trifie inventor who had gone mad partly rom Over study but still More from being rejected by a lady. Ever since that rejection he had taken it into his head that he was so superhuman by hideous that no one mate or female could Bear to look at him and to had in consequence taken a marked hatred to All mirrors and looking glasses which he had made a Rule of destroying wherever he found them. A monster improvement. Erection of two Hundred and forty dwellings. The greatest improvement of the age is that which is now progressing in the Northern Section of Philadelphia consisting of the erection of no less than two Hundred and fifty d Welling houses on the site formerly occupied byc Amaez a Woods. The buildings stand in eight rows in eleventh Street Marvine Street 12ih Street Camac Street and 13th Street each one extending from Montgomery to Berk streets. The buildings in the main Are All constructed alike those on the Corners being fitted up for stores they Are All three stories in height with Small grass plots in front surrounded with neat and handsome Iron railing. They contain All the modern improvements of the Day being supplied with Gas Bath rooms and Many other conveniences. Each House contains on the first floor a Large Saloon parlor dining room and Kitchen. The upper stories contain a sitting room and four bedrooms with a Back Stair Entrance. The Corner houses on Berks Street have Large Bow windows on the first and second stories with a ten foot Side Yard. Taken All together the houses Are Eton Medius and Roomy and such As Are now needed and much sought after. The Row on eleventh Street it is calculated will he ready for occupation in two weeks while the whole Block will be completed by the first of next May. This is without doubt one of the most Gigantic enterprises Ever undertaken in that City. The construction of these dwellings will populate a Section of the City heretofore nothing but Barren lots and will much increase the value of real estate in that neighbourhood thus stimulating others to engage in Sim blur enterprises. Besides this a great improvement of this kind gives employment to hundreds of workmen the most deserving class of our Community and involves in it the investment of an immense capital. Those who have not visited that Section Sineo the commencement of these buildings could search of realize the change. The place was formerly a great Wood and was a favorite place of resort for parties picnics the Wood has now disappeared and in its place stands a group of neat Brick houses which on account of their similarity present a pleasing picture to the Spectator. As soon As these buildings Are finished the same nary ,� the erection of one Hundred and eighty More of a larger size and of More Cost. They will occupy lots immediately nor. of too present ones. Hookers defeat at Many of the most respectable West a it to . Family paper for town a did col Tatry. Is printed and pit i i spied weekly by we. M. Eke Ioir. 21 Story it Timcke a new building Cumberland st at one Dollar and fifty cd its a year. A a�vlrtk5vmfhts inserted at a he no Ual Ratee. Be the in oud of the a Fiat Fife it folic goner ally Are ily solid Ted to loud in to Beer orders. 43ilandbllls or Lute a at in lid fifa a i Otic. Rates of postage. In Lebanon county postage free it in Pennsylvania out of Lebanon county Sevli dents Boi Quarter or 13 cent a year. Oat of this state 6% Eta. Per Quarter or 26 ets. A year if the postage is not paid in advancer amp to a Are dome. Ern papers ate Efcy Earnest in a Tbs to denunciations of the by under by gen Hooker at Ringgold where it is said that some five Hundred of his Best troops men from Illinois a rid Chr of a were foolishly sacrificed. The army correspondent of the st. Loibisi Republican writes As follows of the matter. The conduct of Hooker Fin a Rishi to so Many by ave men into the jaws of death cannot be too severely re Peri a bended. He had won Lari rals at the Bettio of Lookout Mountain and his head was turned and by was impatient to obey the strict orders of his Superior. Jan his impetuosity i will not insinuate that he had taken a thief into Bis Mouth to take away his brains though that is currently reported he determined to carry the Post Here regardless of its strength and of the loss of life which an assault would entail. Gen. Grant demanded an explanation of his unprecedented conduct when Hooker replied that his skirmishes became engaged and that it was a Point of Honor with him to sustain them. The object of sending them out was to assert in the pop sit Ibn of the rebels while a flank movement was made upon them which must have resulted in the capture of most of them but by his recklessness Hock or lost us the advantage which this would have secured and consigned hundreds of Brave men to their Graves. Lost jewels. The death of an obscure German artist and the recent revival before one of the Paris courts of the celebrated Diamond necklace cause celebre bring to mind a singular adventure which caused some years ego great scandal at the court of Munich. Before Lola Montez went to the capital of Bavaria King Louis attention was attracted by a German Prima Donna Charlotte Kendrick. One morning King Louis discovered As he crossed the Palace Nursery the floor of the room covered with his children a toys among them were several doll babies. He was then on his Way to Charlotte Kendrick a rooms. He thought that a single doll would scarcely be missed among the numerous toys which filled the floor. He put one of them the first he could Lay his hands upon in his pocket. When he reached Charlotte Kendrick a lodgings he gave the doll to her child and forgot everything about it. While the King was closeted with the Prima Donna the Palace was in an indescribable state of confusion. A great robbery was discovered to have been committed in the Queen s bedchamber. A valuable Turquoise surrounded with normans diamonds arid Worth above $20,000, had been purloined. The Unior Tunte occurrence was concealed 4s Long As possible from the King for he had Given the jewel to his wife and prize it extremely. It could not be kept longer from him and the moment he was informed of it he sent for the police and ordered that no pains should be spared to discover the culprit whom he vowed should be severely punished. Several servants were arrested upon suspicion. A state concert was Given that same evening. All the diplomatic corps and the most distinguished company of court were present. The daring robbery committed in the morning was the subject of Genera conversation. The Turquoise was familiar to everybody in the court theatre. Charlotte Kendrick appeared in the third piece it was some favorite Bravura from a grand opera. She was dressed in Light Blue silk trimmed with White lace. A she advanced to the front of the stage and bowed to the sovereigns and then to the other spectators. As she Rose from the profound obeisance made All eyes were riveted with astonishment upon her Tomacher there glittered the Royal Gem lost that morning 1 a Buzz of wonder ran around the room. The King blushed deeply. He saw at once How the alleged theft had of cd red. His children funding the Breastpin on the Royal table thrust it into the dress of their favorite doll. He had not observed it and had Given it with the doll to the Prima Donnas daughter. Charlotte Kendrick did not see the valuable Breastpin until after the King s departure. She thought he had for delicacy adopted this indirect Way to make her a valuable present and to thank him As delicately she wore it next her heart at the state concert. The King was obliged to confess what had taken place to explain the mistake to the Prieria Donna who with a heavy heart surrendered the valuable trinket the Palace servants were at once released with a valuable gratuity in Money to compensate them for their imprisonment. To �11y j Bif ads and clients. As i a i full necessarily be absent from the county during tie a a Salon or Congress. I Bay made a Juie Mouts with John to. Knox to take charge of my Legal business. My office %j1i by kept open As heretofore and those of my friends and clients Baring Legal to Sines nay depend upon its receiving prompt and efficient attention. Isa gentleman of extensive Legal learning and Long experience at the bar. I have full Confidence in his ability integrity and Industry and i therefore cheerfully commend the interests of my client and friends to his care and attention. Or. F. W. Conrad will also remain in my office respectfully. Myer Strouse. Pottsville fa., dec. 2,1863�?3m.__ sch t ii Oil a Isk Slock Lor Sale. 1c shakes of Tho Stock of tit. Lab axes 1j 33axk, new Are offered for Sale. Apply at Tolj a it a j Adak Kaiser office. John a a fist Lebanon Dee. 9,1863. Lebanon door. Sash and steam planing located on the seam Hmer Hoad near Cumberland sired East a Wynon Ruhf. Undersigned respectfully a alarm. 1 Tho Public in general that they till manufacture and keep on hand of door Sash. A better. Blind flooring,1 weather boards o gee Spring moulding of All Sisera Wash boards gating surface cornices and nil kinds of building matkriax8 for houses. We Aleo latest and most improved Stair casing and hand rail Rig suitable for Quot Large and Small building. We now invite Farmers Mechanic Ana builders to Call and examine our Stock which we will warrant re give entire satisfaction to All who May favor the under signed with their Burtom. 4 Gabei Lebanon april 23,1862. No Mem we it the p. A there la also Alt kinds of turning at to same Mill planing sawing a promptly done for those who May furnish lumber. A
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