Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
1 Jan 1862

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1 Jan 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 1, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaLob it Pitt Iii a tax a and l prompt la executed at the advertises Oitice Lebanon Penn a Tina establishment is now a a applied with an extensive wort rent of Job Type which will to increased As Tho Patron tro Demande. It can now turn out printing of a very Down option in a neat and expeditious manner and on very read Oua Bip Terina. Such As pamphlets checks business cards handbills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of fare invitations tickets &c., amp a. We rods of All kinds common and judgment Bonds. School justices constables and other Blanks printed correctly and neatly on the beat Pajich constantly kept for Sale at this office at Price a to suit the subscription Price or the Lebanon advert Tlasek one Dollar and a half a year. Address we. 31. Bresgun Lebanon a. Vibe Croiger vol. 13�?no. 28. Lebanon a. Wednesday january 1,. 1.862, whole no. 6-34. The attention or sunday school superintendents b Callej to the. Infant school catechism printed in chapters on Fine White curb. Part i. A chapter la a the chapter flood.�?�. Re it it chapter birth of Christ visit of the sep Haptor visit of Tho Wise Mon. And Jesus of Vuht into chapter Iii.�?. A a Jesus return and Bis journey to Tho passover at Price it cts each 25 Eta per Doz $2 per Hundred. Address ii. Ii. In a Bedel nov. 13, 61. Lebanon Penn a. Boot and slide store. 4p Jacob a cruel respectfully in v i forms the Public that to Taitl Contin m. I to his extensive establishment in by now building in Cumberland st. Witti re he Hopes to Render the same As heretofore to All who May favor him Wotli their custom. He invites merchants and dealers in boots and 9u0esand everyone who wishes to Purchase fashionable and durable articles in his Hub to Call and examine for them Tekoa his Large and varied Stock., to is determined to surpass fill Competition in the Maui amp cure of every article in his business suitable for any Market in Tho u Cion. A due care taken in re Gavel to materials and workmanship Cone by Tho Best Quality of leather and other materials Are used and none but the bust workmen Aro employed i returns the Sincero thanks to his friends for the very Liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on him. He Hopes by strict attention to business and endeavouring to please his customers to Merit a share of Public Pat tron ago Lebanon july 3,1861. James ii. Kelley sign of the Mammoth watch a Eagle buildings Cumberland Street. I Lebanon a. Offers to the Public an elegant and extensive Assort Merit of Paris styles of Fine jewelry consisting of Diamond Ruby Emerald Pearl Stone Cameo enamelled work and etruscan Coral breast pins ear Rigus and Finger rings. A a Quin chains of every style and Quality. 1 English French Swiss and Ameri can Gold and Silver watches of the must approved and celebrated makers. Clocks of every description. A Large variety of fancy goods paintings vases a. The Stock will be found among to largest in this soc lion of Pennsylvania and has been selected with great care from Tho most celebrated importing and Man fac a Turing establishments in new York Anil Philadelphia. Is Fautino done at the shortest notice and in a most Workmanlike manner. My friends and Tho Public generally Are invited to an examination of my Superb Stock. James h. Kelly sign of Tho big watch Lebanon july 3,1s62. Ciame to Tho subscriber in fal Myva Lebanon co., j about the Jiru to of october is a one steer White Sand lied about Ono and half Yeats old and 1 he if Jhb or White and red Sprenkie a ont Onsy Harold. Tho own eur owners Aro requested to come and Tonko the Samo away otherwise Thuv will to dealt with according to Law. A Simon a a. Holt stick. October 30, 01. Tie Eclectic class Book for the use of the Sabbath 8sh00l teacher is pronounced by nil who have examined it better i adapted to the wants of the sunday a Choul teacher j than any now in use. Send Abr a copy for examination. Price per dozen 40 Cente per Hundred $3.00a nov 6, 61. Address ii. Al Hoedel Lebanon a. Am. Shell. Job a. G8bsaxak. A new firm. Cheap Cash store and milling and Grain business. Umie undersigned having formed a partnership in the Al mercantile milling and Grain business would respectfully invite the attention of the Public to their . A they Willco Atilio to keep at the Inte stand of Suer amp Long most Complete Stock of All kinds a of goods usually kept in a country store which they will retail cheap for Cash or country produce. They also want to buy for Cash. 50,000 but his of wheat. 30,000 bushels ,. 20.000 bushels of Corn 25,000 bushels of Oats. For which they will pay the highest Market Tucy will also take Grain on storage. The will keep always on hand and sell at the lowest prices Coal by the boat Load or Lay the ton Alt kinds of Mill feed. Salt plaster . A a sri a they solicit the business of All their old friends and the Public and will Endeavor to Deal on such Liberal and just principles As will give satisfaction to All. Shterk Gessaman amp Long. North Lebanon. March 13,1861. New amp Winter fall goods just received at Henry it i Stine a store ladies dress 60gds French Merino a Coburg Cashmere Muslin Delaine All Wool heps. Sack a a name a Ana plaid oods of Peterj description and at All prices. For a splendid assortment of dres goods Call amp j a. Shawls t sit awls 1 Loroi a Square and Dong shawls ail Wool paid Long shawls mourning Wool shawls and a Large lot of Square Wool shawls offered at stir. Men s and toys Wear. Cloths Cwi mores Sattl nets us in Cassimy Rrt Kentucky Jea Tih. Kami in cloths and Ini Beaver cloths which will he offered at reduced prices by Lebanon Nev. A a 61. Hunky amp Stine. Almanacs. Jilm macs. Almanacs for 1863, jl3t received and for Sale by h h. Roedel Cumberland Street Lebanon. I in Lancaster almanac English and German. Lutheran m do do Philadelphia a a do do 1toad<dg u German. Lebanon november 6, �?T01. Cheap store of Rauch amp Light. At the Corner of cup Oberland Street and Plank Ruad Lebanon a. Rtessr8. Rauch 4 Light take pleasure in inform Xvi stiff to boil friends and the Public Genor atly that they have just opened a Largo and carefully selected assortment of Dir goods of Bockris. at., to which they respectfully invite the attention of the Public. Their dry goods have All been a elected with the greatest care from the largest importing houses in Philadelphia. Groceries. A Large Stock of cheap sugars coffees teas. Co relate air a a a a Quot a ,k,u, assortment of among we Ipoh Are Tho Nevogt patterns together with almost an of Nicis variety of goods in their Hue of business which will to sold very cheap for Cash or county produce taken in Exchange. Bags bags bags 11,0 attention of Millers Anil Farmers is directed to Thor targe Stock of bags which they will sell at hauc1i 4 Light. Re. 7,18c0. If you want picture of deceased Friend enlarged and coloured in Oil Call at daily a gallery next door he Lebanon Deposit Bank. Eadi Fiade clothing will be sold at extremely Yovo prices. A by or our of the Arm of Haber 4 bids has. 4 taken the Stock of Beady made clothing at the Raip Eniet which will enable him to Blu lower than whore else can be bought. Call and sue for your is before you make your fall Purchase. Jul tiikej0 doors West from court House. Nuon sept. 25, lift. In in ii rarer. Waller amp foe fits Mill. He subscribers respectfully inform the Public that they have entirely rebuilt the Mill on the Little Swa a formerly known us a a Straw so and later of a Owen t a a about one fourth of a mile from Jonestown Danon county a. That they have it now incomplete Ming order and Are prepared to furnish customers ulary with a tory Superior article of Ihunt As it can be obtained from any other by keeps also ii hand and for Sale at the lowest Cash is chop bran shorts a. They Are also pre cd the do Ali amp of customers work for Farmers i others at the very shortest possible notice and in i All to give them a try a. The machinery of the i a entirely my and of Tia latest and most imbed kind. By strict attention to betaine and fail 1 a it a Vail we a j i to for which the highest Lebanon Market prices i paid. Franklin Walter. 20, 1861. William Focht. This is the place to get leap and fashionable 9ts, shoes hats Caps a�?Tc., for Spring and summer having opened his Spring and Jammer. Boots Shoeb hats. Caps trunks and f travelling bags of Tho Voty i Toet i and handsomest Sty Lea and Best finish m m would invite All Hia old Rionda Oes Tomera and others who Wiah to buy Tho Tea Lar a his Lino at the lowest Price at his store in nut st next to the county Pris ii. A it necessary to enumerate particular articles Stock embraces everything for ladles gentle hons and children that can be called for in Nart ment of business. Tbs ladies particularly a rvs la Foft i Monjares taken and work made to order. Non May 8,1861. Wow we int. Fun of Yot Seif or Friend the bes Are t daily a gallery neat door to the Bank. A a Tinb 4 new Boot and shoe fits fits fits All. Richey has removed his no. I tailoring t establishment to Nosenorth Walnut Street two doors North in fam re amp Pyle a store and directly opposite the court House upstairs where to Wulc Onlin to to Jug to a Turc All articles in he a kith be very far extended by Tryl ripens of All kinds of stitching Dono on Oao of to. M. A singers sewing machine. All work warranted and entire satisfaction guaranteed. Lebanon july 3,1861. Hauer of ctpp7 a. X m my pm my this Way if you want cheap lumber. A he undersigned have lately formed a Parfner a ship for Lii purpose of engaging in the Lumbar uus in Wal. On a new plan would respectfully inform the Public at Lav a that to boil Placo of business is David now Many sold lumber Yard in East Lebanon fronting on Chui nut Street one Square from to evangelical Church. They have enlarged the Yard and filled it with a new and excellent assortment of All kinds of lumber such As hoards planks joists later in incl is and castling of All lengths and thicknesses. In Short they keep constantly on hand a foil and Well seasoned assortment of All kinds of building materta1<s. Persons in want of any tiling in their line Are invited to Call examine their Stock and learn their prices. A thankful for past favors they Hope that by attention to business and moderate prices to Merit a continuance of Public patronage. Bowman i Auer k 0app. Lebanon september 5, i860. _ omit Lols at private Sale will to sold at private sule 8 acres of land situated in Long lao near the Borough Hue in com Trail township. It adjoins he Laud of widow Fulmer of the North. Win. Atkins and John Krause on the East. There is a one Story log House weather boarded erected on to land and it Ppd Well in the Tho land has Fino stones for quarries. This Tinct will make a Nice Homo for it Small family. A a it is free from ground rent. Good title will be gluon Adam Ritcher. N. tract u now covered with Fine grass half of which will to Given to the purchaser. Lebanon june 18, 1860.____ a Market Street hotel a Corner Market and Chestnut streets Lebanon. John matters proprietor. Having taken the above stand Long occupied by or. Bonaud Zimmerman i will spore no pains to make the travelling pub in who Stop at it perfectly comfortable and invite All to give me a trial. The House is Large and Well arranged. The table supplied with the Best seasonable edibles the bar stocked with the choicest liquors Ault a the stabling Large and commodious. John matt1tes. Lebanon May 8,1s61. Weekly arrivals the a Bee hive store opposite the court House has among this weeks arrivals 3 Hhd molasses at from 25 to 50 cts put a Gai. _ 5 bbl sugar Good at 9 and 10 ets per Pound. 5 bags Coffee Best at 18 cents per Potiuk. Dry goods. 20 pieces Calico and bleached Muslin 8l� cts. 10 a a new markets 12v� ct3. Quot 10 a a Delanes 6�s cts. 10 a a new Stylo do Walnea 25 Eta. .20 a printouts. A lot of ticking from 6 to 25 Gingham 10 cts. Stockings 04 cts. Carpeting from a Lefcion vory Low. 20 Brocha shawls Wool and silk the genuine ankle a very cheap. Menus and ladies cloths ladies cloth cloaks and a in go assortment of dress goods which will be sold cheap for Cash and for any Bill of foreign goods upward dollars bought Forcash a deduction of five per it. Will be Cru All kinds of country produce taken in Exchange Lebanon nov. 20, a cd. J. George. F aits a flt try. Elijah Longacre. John o. Gaj Ixl Jacob Oasel Lebanon door Sash and steam planing located on the Ste Atsume Road near git Berlund. Street East Lebanon. A. F pipe undersigned inform x the Public in general that they still manufacture Aud keep on door Sash shutter blinds flooring. Weather boards o gee a Spring mouldings of All sizes Wash boards. Citing surface cornices and All kinds of building materials for houses. The also construct tic latest and most improved. Stair casing and hand hulling suitable for i nyc and Small buildings. We now invite Farmers mechanics Aud builders to Call and examine eur Stock which we will warrant to give entire satisfaction to All who May favor the undersigned with their custom. Longacre Gabel amp brother Lebanon october 9, 1861. P. is also All kinds of turning at Tho same Mill. Planing sawing tfc., promptly Doug for those who Muy furnish lumber. New goods just received a the store of l. K. Laudermilch in Cumberland Street Lebanon a. Selling or Selling 6lf at reduced prices. Lao ifs a oops Plain and figured Delaine valour cloth Para Motta cloth persian cloth ripes fancy Aud Black Silks sack flannel. Gingham and Cali Coes. Shawls. Brocho. Long k Square Blanket shawls gents shawls. Notions. Gauntlet Hudka stocking hoop skirts Balmoral skirts collars. Umbrellas hoods nubian. Sin ticks scarfs Buck gauntlets a. Menus and boys Wear. Cloths , Satin Etc jeans amp a. Domestics. Muslim ticking Check flannel., groceries. Queens Are. Ready made clothing sold at Cost a or Cash. 63l.�11 kinds of country product taken in Exchange. Lebanon dec. 4, is61. Hong. It by Tom moors. I no conf�3, Many a slab my lips have breathed you Maas a he Aud who4rith such delights in View a Ould lose Thorn for a Heror two a nay a thus with brow reproving lire Are my dear Tho Hou of Loving. If half the girls wore True if half we a Wear to think and do w Ere a amp it Bih lying e Bright illusion Quot ibo Woiln would be m confusion. It ladies3i, wore every Ono a As lovers Wear. A Radiant Suu astronomy Unju leave the Kies a to learn Lief to in ladies Eye v a Lovely girl Teeth to paid re a a to lire ire Ine i id morn kissing sworn. And nowt Tsy gentle hints to Clear for once ird Tell you truth my dear. Whenever Yon May Chance to meet some Loving youth w�?Tbo8e love is Sweet Long As Psi Pix a false and lie Boeeves you Long a hot amp ust and to Dice rvs you a Boming As Gic Blissful Bond in dts and while he lies his heart is yours but, you be wholly lost the youth the instant that he Tell you truth. 1861 sew styles. 1861 j1 a dam Elise in Cumber Antl Street Between Howard association . A benevolent institution established by special Endoxia ment for the Relief of the sick and distressed afflicted with virulent and epidemic a diseases and especially for the cure of disease of the sexual advice Given Gratis by Tho acting surgeon to All who apply by letter with a description of their condition age occupation habits of life ac., and in Casos of extreme poverty medicines furnished free of charge. A. Valuable reports on and other diseases of the sexual organs and on the new remedies employed in the dih Pessary sent to Tho Ali cited in sealed letter inv Clow free of charge. Two or three Stamps for postage will be acceptable. Addrea or. J. Skillin ��uug1it0n, acting sur Geon Howard association no. 2 South ninth Street Philadelphia a. A \ by order of the directors. A _ Jezra d. Heartwell president. A red. Fair child Secretary Jan. 2, �?T61 by. A to disabled solor ers seamen amp marines and widows or other heirs of those a who have died or been filled in the service a Chas. G. Tucker attorney for claimants Bounty land and pension agent Washington City a c. To it a Sions procured for soldiers seamen and Majl l Ines of the present War who Are disabled by reason of wounds received or disease contracted White in services wed pensions Bounty Money and arrears of pay obtained for widows or other heir of the so who have died or been killed while in service. Chas. C. Tucker Washington d. C. October 30, �?T61. We Call attention to the card in another column of Chus. C. Tucker pension and Bounty land agent a Washington City. Those entitled to pension Bounty land or Bounty Money can their claims prepared and forwarded to or Tucker upon calling at this office. Photographs. Hello Betsy where Are you going that you Are dressed up so a am going to j. H. Kei Jiin Adamise a building to have Iny likeness taken. A qu4s.Why do Yon go to Keim and not to one of the other rooms to have it taken ? a ..�?because Keims pictures Are sharper clearer and More truthful than others and nearly everybody goes to him.que.-?.�?can you Tell to Why Hia pictures Are Superior soothers. 1 he had 0 years practice and has Superior cameras and All Ufa other fixtures Aro of the most improved kind a. kind of pictures does he takes Amer types and Melam types of All sizes and Superior finish and photographs from the smallest up to life size Plain and coloured m Oil he takes All sizes photographs from daguerreotypes of deceased persons and has them coloured life like by. One of the Best artiste. His charges Are reasonable and his place Yon pm Dora pah y in All its exec Cubb in the Hess style a the Art it at c. S a Kane a Gall key 632 Arch Street East of sixth Hj Ladi Olillia. _ a Meife size in no a a it Sterios Opic Porta alts ambr types . Amp of. For cases medallions. Dins Kings amp a. June 26,1860. F i owl Iver stabli�7 the Tihoi j.4wu u a Lulu Luiu amp Lii sub ii you a anon where to will keep for their i Public accommodation a Good Stockl a of horses and vehicles. He it will seep gentle and Good driving for so a and handsome and Safe vehicles. Ai careful Drivers furnished when desired. Also omnibus for parties a. Lebanon july�?T17,1861. James March. Market and the court it ouse North Side has now on hand a splendid assortment of the new style of hats and Caps for men and boys for 1858, to which the attention of the Public is respectfully invited. Cats of All prices from the cheapest to the most costly always on band. opened Asplen did assortment of summer hats embracing such As Straw Panama pedal Pearl Horn leghorn Senate cubian and a i others. To he will also wholesale All kind of hats Caps kc., to country merchants on advantageous terms. Lebanon july 17. 1861.___ town at Fri Vale Sale. Juie subscriber offers fur Sale his flue 3 acre lot x of ground on the old kor re Road Noar Tho quit Tapi Whilla in this Borough. There is no band Boraev lot in this locality than this one. It will be sold to suit the Timos. Payments Etosy. Apply to Lebanon sept. 25, 60 Samuel Harbeson. Books and stationery Ewi Pori inn and teachers Headquarters has removed has removed us Book store to Market Square Lei anon where May be Hod on reasonable terms a general assortment of school sunday school. The Loo icat. And miscellaneous books of every description. Copy books ciphering books Leuber and paper bound pass books and every variety of stationery &c., wholesale and retail. _. Window shades. A Largo of variety Plain fancy Imhuf Green Gilt amp a. Paper shades a neat patterns. Plain Green Blue and Gilt. Also Tho latest and simplest styles of fixtures. Call and examine. Re ebb non september 27% i860. New Cash store new �0008 and new prices. Of. Swartz hereby inform Tho Public that to i has just opened a Stock of new goods at the old Quot stand of Swartz amp bro., Hall building which will be sold for Cash at prices to suit the times. All Are invited to Call Aud examine. Lebanon april 10, 61.�?T. Seed wanted. Filhe subscriber will pay the highest Market prices x for a a. Timothy seed a Clover seed. Flax seed at the Mill in Market Street Lebanon bring it immediately. Abram Strick Luu. Lebanon september 4, 61, removal. Daniel Graeffe shoot s shoe store has been removed to Bis new residence in cum Berland fit Reet put Mac West from Iii Oid stand and opposite Toje office of or. 0. D. Gloninger Lebanon pm. He has just of cued a Largo Aud desirable Stock of Well Mado boots and shoes. Ladies kid gaiters at $1 -25 l Adies lace bootees $1.50 for misses $1 coarse menus boots for $2.50 menus gaiters $2 air boys $1.75 to $2.50 for children $1.1,2 to $1.02j, also a Largo variety of overshoes trucks travelling bags amp a. Come see a tul judge for yourselves. Lebanon nov. 20, �?T01. Dan1bl Graeff. Shoemakers a Enlson Ca Short makers to work on military shoes Are of wanted by the undersigned in Lebanon Good wages and employment for the whole Winter will be Given. Apply immediately to Jacob Roedel. Lebanon sept. 4, 61 a full assortment of Linen goods for Coats arid part just received and offered at great bargains by. Henry a Stine. Reader have you seen prof. Woods advertisement in . Read it it will interest you. A miss Atkins a. To would respectfully announce to the citizens of w Lebanon and Vicinity that she has opened a fashion Able millinery and Mantua making establishment in Market Street 2d door above Hill. A new Stock just received and opened for inspection embracing a full assortment of silk Crape and Straw bonnets Bonnet trimmings Clibbons Flowers amp a. Lebanon aprii17,1861. C l o g k s. Thirty Day Gilt Day thirty hour clocks. Just received at j. J. Blair a jewelry store Lebanon a. Private Sale. It lab subscriber offers at private Sale All that certain i farm or tract of land situate partly in Pinegrove township Schuylkill county ant partly in Bethel township Lebanon county hound Eaby lands of sek Ert and Guilford Benjamin Aycrigg Daniel Doubert Imd others containing line Hundred and Stoity right acres and a in amp ter with the appurtenances consisting of a two Story log dwelling House weather boarded a Ivatury log dwelling Hondo a new Bank barn other out buildings and a new water Power Law Miu. Yor terms 4c., which will to easy apply to saw. . To. Matchin agent. Pm negro to april 20,180i of. I a yet ing House. Parson surely Seiteri b n t. A sketch Pon weather or�o5i�i.ers the Small Parish at fallow Dale had been for some time without a pastor. The members were nearly All Farmers and they did not have much Money to bestow upon the sup port a of Clergyman yet they were Illi Hopay for anything that coup chose them an due return of Goot in course of time it happened that the Rev. Abraham surely . And As a Sabbath passed during his sojourn he held a meeting in the Small Church. Tho people were pleased with his preaching and some of them proposed inviting him to remain with them and take charge of their spiritual welfare. Upon Tho merits of this pro Poai Tion there Ivas a Long Parson surely bad signified his willingness to take a permanent residence at fallow Dale but the members of the Parish could not so readily agree to hire him. A i done to see the use of hiring a Par son a said or. Sharp an old Farmer of the place. A the can do us no Good. A Parson can to learn me to this it was answered that stated religious meetings would be of great Benefit to some of the younger people and also a source of Good to i done to know about that. In be heard Tell of a Parson that could Pray tor rain and have it to come at any time. Now if we could hit upon such a Parson As that i would go in for hiring this opened a new idea to the unsophisticated minds of fallow Dale. The Farmers often suffered from Long droughts and after arguing a while longer they agreed to hire Parson surely on Tho condition that he should give them rain whenever they wished for it and on the other hand that he would also give them when required. Quot a Deacon Smith and Townsend were deputized to make this arrange ment known to the Parson Aud the people remained in the Church while the upon their errand. When the Deacon or. Surely a comp Anion them. He smiled As he entered the Church and with a Bow he saluted the people there assembled. A Well my lie said As he ascended the platform in front of Tho desk. A i have heard your request to me and strange As Ismay appear i have come to accept your proposal but i do it Only on one condition and that is that your request for a change of weather must be this appeared very reasonable since every member Cut bearish had a deep interest in the farming business and Ere Iong it was arranged that or. Surely so Ouid become the pastor and that lie should give the people rain Van in they wanted it. When or. Surely returned to his lodgings Hile uti Eily astounded on learn no a the nature of the contract her i bind h d cat red into j but the pastor soned and bade her. Wait for Tho result. A but you i o you cannot make it rain a persisted mrs. Surely a and you know too that the will to wanting rain very often when there is none for them. You will to disgraced.�?�. A i will teach them a lesson a returned the pastor a May that you cannot be As Good As your word and when you have taught it to them they will turn you a a a we Shalf see a was or sur Olys reply and he took up a Book and commenced Reading. Time flew on and the bet Dis of raid Stimmer were it hand. L or three weeks it had not rained and Iho Young Corn was beginning to curl up beneath the effects of the arougnt.�?1 in this extremity the people Bethought themselves of the Promise of their pastor and hastened to him. A come a said Sharp whose Hilly farm was suffering severely a we want rain. You remember your a a certainly a returned or a if you will Call for a meeting of the members of the Parish 1 will be with them this evening.�?�. With this the applicants were perfectly satisfied and forthwith they Hast Onod to Call the flock together. A a a of you will Eoo the hour of you disgrace a said mrs. Surely after the visitors had gone. A ooh i am sorry you Ever undertook to deceive them a �?o1 did not deceive threat a Eye you surely did a a. A a we shall a. A so we shall see a added the lady. The hour of the meeting came to Ted and Parson surely Mot his people at the find Rich they Wero All there some anxious the Rera Nirider curious now my friends a said the Pastar rising upon the Pia Tohm. A �?o1 Hayo come to hear your rec est what is it a a a we want rain a bluntly spoke far Mer Sharp. A and Youk now you prom l ipod to give it to Quot a ,.�?~ a a a May a rain rain a repeated half a dozen voices. ,. A very Well. Now when do you want to have it a Quot. A to night. Let it rain All night Long a said Sharp to which several others immediately assented a no no not to night a cried Deacon Smith. A i have six or seven tons of Well made Niay in the Field and i would not have a Nevi for a so i have Hay out a added or. Peek. A we wont have it rain to a then let it to to a it will take me All Day to Morrow to get my Hay in a said Smith. Tints the objections Camo up for two succeeding Days and at length by Way of compromised or. Sharp proposed that they should have rain in just four Days. A a for a said he a by that time All the Hay which is now Cut can be got in and we need not Cut any a a Stop uttered airs. Sharp pulling her worthy a husband by the sleeve. A that is the Day we have set to go to Snow Hili. It mus ii train a this was Law for or. Sharp so he proposed that the rain should come in one week and then sat Down. But this would not do. A if we can to have rain before then wed bet tor not have it at All a said they. In Short the meeting resulted in just no conclusion at All for the Good people found it utterly impossible to agree upon a time when it should rain. _ a until you can make up your minds on this Point a said the pastor As he was about leaving the Church a we must All Trust in the and after this the people followed him from the Church. Both Deacon Smith and or peek got their Hay safely in but on the very Day or. Sharp was to have started for Snow Hill it by Gan to rain in Good Earnest. Or. Sharp lost his visit but he met the disappointment with Good Grace for his crops smiled at the rain. Ero another month had passed by. Another meeting was called for a petition for rain but with the same i a suit As before. Many of the people had their muck to dig and rain would prevent them. Some wanted it in mediately a some in Ono some two. And some in three Dajos while other parishioners wanted to put it Oft i longer. So or. Surely had no Occa Sion to Call Fri i m one year rolled b a and up to that time tie be ogre of fallow Dale had never once been Able to agree Tipon a the exact kind of weather they would t i a in e re lit was that they began to open their eyes to. The fact that this world would be a strange place if its inhabitants should govern the last in the first year of or. Surely settlement at fallow Dale he offered to break up his connection with Tho Parish but the people would not listen to it they had become attached to him and the meeting and they wished him to stay. A but i can no longer rest under our former contract with regard to the weather a said the pastor. Inor.do to wish you to a returned Sharp Only preach to us and teach a us and our children How to live an help us to be , contented and a and a added the pastor while a tear of Pride stood in his Ejze a All things above our proper sphere to will leave with Hod for he doth All things Well.�?T. A a a a a coaches. Coaches became common in the reign of James i., although they wore still reckoned As tokens of great wealth of of great prof useless a they Wero then habitually drawn by six horses the Sovereign alone a Pearin with eight and lady Hatton esteemed As a valuable privilege the Royal lie enso to harness four pair of Long tailed steeds at a time. The horses used for purposes of draught were All foreign. Flanders supplied the Carriage horses As Spain furnished the chargers since English horses Woie As yet hut rough galloways Ili bied and of trifling value. Postillione a French device were not employed to the Best of our belief earlier than lie civil wars. However Tho Coachman was assisted by running footmen and grooms who trotted on foot be site the ambling horses and were Ever ready to grasp a bridle in Case of need. By the restoration a change had. Come Over the aspect of the country. Stage wagons and even stage Eoa Clies such As they were ran or rather crawled along the main roads. No coach even of that slow order went West of Exeter or North of York. But women and infirm per. Sons could from most places err a great High Roach contrive to reach London though at irregular intervals. Then came the innovation of the flying. Coaches the first of which Achi Evedith stupendous journey from Oxford to London Between Dawn and dusk of a single Summers Day. The eminent successes of this Enterprise Wise acres had attempted to nip in the Bud by derision and sol emn a dancing. Led to the establishment of such Public vehicles in Alj directions. It fed also to the famous petition of the saddlers Spurrier and hirers ouf of Saddle horses that parliament Wei wild in its Wisdom Cheek the velocity of such flaming meteors whose reckless Speed of seven Miles an hour the eur Tel tag ruin to important trades and the decay of and verbose Stuart fliers were poor affairs Stef All irregular j As Toam fir departures and arrivals they Osul twice As Long in Winter As i m snmi0rj and they were so Contin Holly a own aimed that no outside Passen i were Oyer taken for fear of Broff ,1 in do had enlisted the services of a few Hackney coaches and Paris still Moi a it danced h id started an omnibus. This latter throne wonderfully Well and wa3 formally a put Down by an of Tho meddling parliament of Paris on the ground that it offered too convenient accommodation to the ignoble Public. The beginning of the eighteenth Century found our Island still poor in vehicles though much Progress had been made. London and Bath alone appear to have possessed a Hackney coach and in the latter town the first specimen of a hired Carriage was rabble by the chairmen. The stage wagons carried passengers at about threepence per Miles half the fare of a flying coach. The transport of goods by land Cost from five times its present rate. The carriages of the nobility were still tins eled arks with the True Gilt Gingerbread display that we still Admire in a sheriffs equipage they had yet room inside for six or seven persons including the Boot or Well in which were deposited the Page the chaplain Ortho waiting gentlewoman and they were drawn by six hoi ses. Indeed Irr summer an adventurous Esquire with a Light Chariot would sometimes journey with a pair but Rainy weather Yves sure to disconcert him and the orthodox six steeds were needed to drag the lumbering vehicle through the mud of the villainous roads. In Scotland were few carriages in Wales none. When Hyde went to occupy the Post of lord Tibai Ilii ilm Friiz a family Day Al a Kou town an d rouytj.7, is nusted a i published Vout Kun v by he. Brelih 2d Siors of Funckes new Bui knit. Caraber iad a a at one Dollar and fifty cents a year. inserted at to a Ual Ratee. the friends of the and the Oblie Girne ally Are i solicited to fend in their orders. A. 4ha vdbill8 printed at an Honra notice. Rates of postage. In Lebanon county postage Freo. In Pean Lyrania out of Lebanon county 3f. Cents p Quarter or is create a year. Out of this state cute. Per Quarter or 26 ctn. A Yot a. If to postage is not paid in Advance Ratut Are double thy round Ness a gleam of Satis Lac v Tion nay of ecstacy tightness by thei countenances As they Rev Efin Una i nation in those sensual delights while Aro to constitute their Moba Medat Pax Adise. Enki valid languid Eina elated As they Aie in fact they seen Aud feel for the time regenerated a and though they lie thei a the shame a less and impressive slaves of sensual. Ity and lust their senses Are evident by steeped in Bliss. Ai used Hov Ever from the Cir dreams and delusion a the Potency of the Charm exhausted driven from their a a hello by its proprietors see them next morning walk a ing with faltering step eyes Dull Ai. Lead and Cheeks hollow As coffins to their work. Potomac and Buttermilk an amusing Story is told by Somr Dubuque boy of the a Iowa it st about the changes who a a Cerui pcs Swoik a underwent a Bop i the Petit it of the Battle of a priv afield. One of officers whose duty it was to furnish the guard with a a password for the night gave the word a German on guard not under Standig distil by the differ ence Between the bus and Tho pcs understood it to of Potomic and this in being transferred to an. Other was corrupted to a Buttermilk a soon after the officer who had give in the word wishing to return throw the lines and approaching a Sentinel was ordered to halt and the word demanded. He gave Potomac. A night rights you Don t pass Mit me Dis Way a but that is the word and i will a pass. -. A it a no you stand a at the same Tiro of placing a Bayonet at his breast in a manner that told or. Officer that to y Tomacz did no to pass in Missouri. A a what is the word then a a Buttermilk d n you.�?T. A Well then Buttermilk do in you. A a a Dat is right now you pass Mit yourself about your piziness.�?T. There was then a general Over hauling of the password and the Dif Ferenee Between Potomac and Buttermilk being understood the joke be a came one of the laughable incidents of to Campaign. How to . Gentlemen a said Sheridan to his guests As the ladies left the room a a list us in Dei stand each other. Are we to. -. Drink like men or like beasts a a lieutenant of Ireland it Cost Days of somewhat indignant the guests sex toil and the labor of scores of Stout peasants o get his gilded coach along the Holyhead Road. Even so late As tac French fac Volution country gen he i r re More used to ride a Short to i to a Sofva it armed with i i r is 11 to order out to awk claimed a like men of a then a he replied a we Are going to. Get Jolly drunk for brutes never drink More want. A sailors bed. The Hammock is an american invent i d x oar l not till after the aces �t5on not that brother Jonathan has any a of of the h 3use of Hanover did the i right to insert its discovery in the Cata a Steof i no footmen become sex Logue of the Washington Patent office tact. Diieso men. Clad in White from head to food and with Long wands in their 1 i is w sex e i a customer to run at a swinging Trot in Advance of Ray lords c x go b \ Ling to Carters and drovers to Clear the was. Many noblemen were thus preceded All the Long Way from a Scotland or Tho West to Loudon and the running Footman expected to do his forty Miles at a East in a Day. Oiher Rich and Noble personages hoi Pon o Beca no thex age were wont to travel with relays compelling their servants to ride after them in All a eathers sixty seventy or eighty Miles in a stretch. Some humane person invented the ramble or a Dicky a As a Mode of saving All this 1 precarious fatigue and by the end of the Century journeys to Lough slow were not performed with any Peculiar discomfort a chamber s journal. The opium shops of Java. What spirituous liquor s axe for the european opium is in Java for Tho Mohammedan and chinaman. A Bux Opoian of the in wer classes May sit in his tap in Moro and debase himself by his Sottis Ness but a does it with an uproarious merriment which would make one think he was really Happy spite of the headaches and delirium Kremens he May know Are in styx e for i in. But in an opium hell All is still As the grave. A murky lamp spreads a flickering Light through the Low roofed Suft citing room in which Are placed bae bae or rough wooden tables covered with coarse matting and divided into compartments by Means of Bamboo Reed Vivai scotting. The opium smoke so men and it was found out neither by old England or nor new but by the Copper skinned a of Ignes of Spanish America. Native a hammocks were made sometimes of cot a. Ton sometimes of plaited grass the Wei e a suspended from the boughs of a tall tree by ropes of the same material and. They i served the indians alike for bed and chair a a the Catholic conquerors were not slow to perceive the merits of such a device in a hot and unhealthy country and to appreciate the luxury of swinging in a flexible and Roomy Couch at a height which in y sure the enjoyment of every puff of Cool a air and which guarded the slumbered at a least in a measure from snakes insects and night Dews. It was not Long before the Hammock was adopted in the sea service p where a bed a which yielded to every wayward motion of the vessel and which could be rolled up and stowed away Dur. Ing the daytime proved an invaluable addition to the Sailor s comforts. Bufor hammocks were used the Mariner must have had but a sorry time of it lying on a Damp Plank in his medieval Blanket women lost to vex a a senso of modesty throw them Clos on the matting and their head supported by a Greasy Cushion prep re to Hidalgo in their Darling vice. _ _ a Sonali burning lamp is placed on the table so As to be easily reached by All the degraded wretches who seek forgetfulness or Elysium in the fumes of opium. A pipe of Bamboo Recd with a bowl at dec end contain the Opi ism is generally made to do service for two smoke in a. A piece of opium about the size of a be i Eoste a sixpence a Days wages but it is. Sufficient to Lull by its fumes thu sen Sesby the smoker. These fumes they inhale deliberately detaining them in the Mouth As Long As they can. And then allowing them gradually to cd Hal through their nostrils. Oil three inhalations however the opium is condemned and the Pimp Falls from the baud of its victim. At first Tho smokers talk to each other in a whisper in but Lioy soon by Home still As . Their Dull sunken eyes gradually be Corre Bright and sparkling their hollow Ehin eks Icem to assume a heal 0/r a Young lady weeping and waving her handkerchief with much Assiduity on the occasion of the departure of a regiment of soldiers was asked what relatives she had in the regiment and replied a How Many to was solicitous by a queried. Quot Why the whole regiment a not they Uncle Sam s boys 1�?� laconically replied the lass. be afraid of a Little romping on the part of your girls and never punish them for. Indulging in it but thank heaven who has endowed them so largely with animal spirits. These must Hare vent in some Way and better the glow which a Little romping imparts to the Cheeks than a distorted spine or a pallid brow. Health is one of the greatest of. Blessings and Only a Good Shaw e of phys. Ical exercise can secure this to children. Let them Romp then even if they do make spine noise and tear then dress of nationally and Lead you to cry out a ooh dear what shall i Dot yes let them Romp. Sober times will come by and by. Life brings its cares soon enough to All and let the children be Happy while Leyy Are Young. God made them to Behy pay and Why should parents thwart his plans 1 we do not believe in a Dull childhood but pm cheerfulness m youth and cheerfulness a in age. Quot mfotrtlrt.hhi.1 ii my Iii Iii in i. Hill ii slim i notice. Ofhie re Quot a a a Good administrate a of Trio pasta a of or i evil line Irwin. Dee d. Late of a amp Chon township l i a Timon comity. He in by notify All Parsons indebted to. It it a having Cimma estate to present them on of. Chr Inifi to 1st of january. I86u. Out he boy a Cir Vrell than Paron in the Ufonda of a proper oihcer.,-./te Coats of collect ion m Tho above Case will be greater than usual a my ool Trio s is Tho Only joint icy of the ? peace m the Ali Elrick Ana Hon so the accounts will Havo \ to Ijo nto Cou in the hands of a Justice out of Tho township. lbs sum. A Joseph Govek. Mcyr shown m. A. in Soti Ecta a a it otitis is Flo shy Gijon that letters of Admi Liv Tea. In on of a ii Arlinr stint it dec a. Late of Tho Boron a econ tvs i i. Law the Urlo ranged of thu Boom pack ail Persone ado Becj to said estate will >1881� Maho payment and those having a Dantes will for settlement without do fishy. Pm Schabl Louser. Adm mutates Lebanon. Lei

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