Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
8 Jan 1862

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8 Jan 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 8, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaA fair Hunting Doc neatly a to promptly tace ruled at the a Dyer Iser of Xci Lebanon Fonita tvs is cow so a plied with in motor treat of Job Type which will to in crowd As the patronage demands. It can now turn out old tery description in a neat and expeditious manner and on very reasonable terns. Such As pamphlets checks business cards a amp a Bitla circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of fare invitations tickets amp cd a amp a a. T �6s or �11 kind. Common and Julg Thant Bossy. School jtuuooa1, constables and other biases printed Owac Tolj and neatly on the beet paper constantly kept Fob ale at this office at Privee a to suit the times a subscription Price of the Lebanon altekt1sek one Bollar and a half a year. Address we. Ii. Bents by Lebanon a. I the attention of tynday school amp Mil called a to it it infant school catechism printed in chapters Oil Fine a bite Cardi. Part i. Can pit a ,. A Apter chapter to the Ai Forlet visit of the Shep herds a ac., chapter a Taos visit of the Wise Mon and Caus plight into 1 chapter , and his journey to Tho Paw Over a Ftp cd 3 cts each 25 cts por dozy 2 per Hundred. _ address h. Ii Roe Dkl 3/6, Lebanon. Penn a. Tic select in c Salt is books for the use of the Sabbath school teacher is pronounced by All who have exam tue it better adapted to the wants of thu Sulci a school teacher than any now in use. A end for a copy fur exam Price per dozen 40 be hts per Hundred $3.00 nov. 6/01. Add Veas a. H. Roedel Lebanon a. Fur examination. New Faasii amp Winter 1 goods just Hecox obd at Henry Stine a store French Merlones Coburg Cashmere Muslin be Alnus All Wool reps sack flannels and plaid Good of every description and at All prices. For a splendid assortment of dross goods Call at. Henry a Stine a. Sil Unis a Hawis Brocha a dig shawls All Wool plaid Long 8fc�wli. Mourn tag Wool Ihry Volls and a Large lot of Square Wool st Tau offered at let to prices by j $1nry a st e men s and boys Wear. Cloth i fesshpore8ii.8awiiiets� or Tang Cassimos Ken Lucky a Loans or tide cloth a and an assortment Beaver cloths which Wilt to offered amp to Reily iced Proos by Lebanon nov. 6. 61. A a la Talty a Stine. Almanacs. It manages. Almanac8 for 1802. Just received and Porte i p by h h Roedel Cumberland Street Lebanon. Viz Fustor almanac i ulna and German. Luth Orau a a. Do i add Rowh a a German Lebanon november 0, a is. Do a Liti and a cheap store of Rauch amp Light. At the Cornet of Cumberland strut and think Road. Lebanon a. Messes. It Adan a Light take pleasure la inform tag Tasir Wen usand the Public a a a morally that they just opened a Large and carefully selected Assort meat of pry Azous a a a Groo skies. Queens Ware. In., to which they reaper fully invite the attention of Tia Public. Their a dry goods have All been sold Etez with Tho greatest care from use largest importing houses in groceries be Stock of cheap suture Cohoes teas chocolate 1 kinds of spices. Also a Large assortment of Queens Ware among which Are the newest patterns together with almost an endless variety of goods in their Lihe of business which will to sold very cheap for Cash or county produce taken in exch tim bags1 bags i bags the attention of Hillers and Farmers is directed to their Large Stock of Baos which they will sell at wholesale prices. October it 1860-1 rate ii amp 1.10ht. \ if you want a a a picture of year deceased Friend enlarged and coloured Knoll Gall it daily s gallery next door to the Lebanon Deposit Bank. A Walter a of Clit a Affili. Rio Ellb subscribe a respectfully inform the Public that Al by Hayfi in Tirtle rebuilt the Mill of ii Tara Minnerly in duh Aaan Straw so Andl Atems a Wpn-�ort�?Ts@8thodt on fourth of a Jonestown i Lebanon county in i that they have it now in Complete running order Arlit Are prepared to furnish Chat ombre regularly with a very Superior article of _ to mar fit Tib 9 a cheap As it can but obtained front any Titor they keep also on hand and for Sale at the lowest Cash prices c1iov, bran shorts a. They Are also pro pared to do All kinds of cd Stock Hsy work for Farmers and others Amhe very shortest possible notice and in vie All to give them a Tria. The machinery of the i is entirely new and of the latest and to i improved kind. By strict attention to bushmen and fait dealing they Hope to Merit a share of Public patronage. Wheat Bye Coen Oats &c., bought for which the highest Lebanon Markot prices will be paid. A Walter. Nov 5o, 1861. William Focht. New i i very st a it let mite undersigned respectfully informs the Public that Al be has opened a Neff livery stable at mrs. Sets hotel Market Street Leb. Anon where to will keep fort amp of 1 in byte accommodation a Good st of horses and be hoj hot Leb Are ask will keep gentle and Good driving horse., and a a ome and Safe vehicle. Atso. Ca Rofus Hilvers Ftp a pissed when Deal Rod. Also omnibus for parties Lebanon july 17,1861. A James March Bowman,.hauer amp of pfc sol umber \ a r it this Way if you want cheap lumber the undersigned have lately formed a partnership for the purpose of engaging in the lumber business on a now plan would respectfully Infurna the Public at Large that heir place of bassinets a a Bowmans old lumber Yard in East Lebanon a fronting on Chestnut Street one Square from the evangelical Church. They have enlarged the Yard and filled it with anew and Exee tent assortment of All kinds of lumber etch As boasts a Niota a amp Alstn. A laths shingles and scantling fall lengths Ait thicknesses. In Short they keep Eon stoutly on hand and Well seasoned assortment of adult ads of butt inf materials. Persona in want cuban ii 3 1 r i r yol. 18�?no. 29. Lebanon. Pay a web essay january 8, 1862. 1yh0l� no. 6s5. James ii. Kelley. Sign of tub Mammoth watch Sage by a Ding Cumberland strut. Lebanon a. Feils to the pubic inelegant a ment a a ,. Of Paris styles of find jew Rory consisting of Diamond Rahv Emerald Pearl. Stone Cameo enam oled work and etruscan Caral breast pins Kar Rogn sind Finger rings. A Gold chains of a vary Tylo find Quality. It l English French Bwl Rosand american Gold and Duyor watches of Tho must approved and celebrated makers. Clocks of every description. A Large variety of fancy Good paintings vase a. The Stock will he found Anong the largest in to biased ton of Pennsylvania and has Boon selected with Groat sore from the most celebs amp Ted importing Aud a amp Nufa Turing eat Ahli Monts in new York and by Ladelphia. Or pairing Dorio at Tho shortest notice and in a Moat . My friends Aud the Public Goue rally Are invited to an examination of my Superb Stock. James e. Kelly sign of the Rig watch Lebanon a july 3,1861. A 8hbrk, Job a. Qs8samaft. . Lome. A new firm. Cheap Gash store and milling and Oram business. F pipe undersigned Haring formed a partnership in be 1 mercantile milling and Grain Iusi Ness would respectfully invite the attention of the Pablo to their . They will Contra to keep at the Lato stand of so Jerk Long atone com plot Stock of All kinds of goods usually kept in a country store which they will retail Chen prior Cas to or country produce. They Ulm of want to buy for Cash a 50,0tf0 bushels of wheat la 30,000 bushels of Ryb i. 20000 bushels of Corn 25.000 Baah cts of Oats. For which they will pay Iho highest Market Ebay will also take Grain on a Toboz. The will keep always on hand and sri at the Loweff pr1cop, Coal by the boat Load or by the Toni All fuds of Mill feed Salt Pla Steli amp a. J they solicit the brain esd of All their old friends and the Public and will Endeavor to Deal on such lib eral and just Principio of a Tell give satisfaction to All. 3herk> Ges amp Aman a Lotfy North Lebanon March 13 1s61. Howard association Philadelphia. A benevolent institution established by special is Ndozo ment for the Relief of the sick and distressed afflicted nut a virulent and rpm Dan diseases and especially for the Cut of diseases of vie sexual a a organs. Medical advice Given Gratis by the acting surgeon. To a who apply by letter with a description of Thor con us Lon. Age. Occupation habits of ufos ac., and in cases of extreme poverty medicines for wished tree of charge. Valuable re la org on and other Disna aus of the sexual organs and on the new Rah Anis employed in the dispensary sent to Tho afflicted in sealed letter envelope free of charge. Two or that a be Thinh for Pon Totire will be accept fable. Add or i Skillin acting sur Goon Howard association. No. 2 South ninth Street pm Adelphia a. To by the directory. #. Ezra d a Ife Artwell president. Geo. Fairchild. Secretary. Jap. 2. 61-ir. The to disabled soldiers seamen amp marines and widows or other heirs of those who have died or been killed in the or Crha amp a a Fucker Mattoi Ney for claimants Bounty land ,. And pension ahem Washington a City d c pensions procured for soldiers seamen and marines of the Wisent War. Who Are disabled by reason of wounds received or disease contracted while in service Ulm in Nemona. Bounty Money and arrears of pity obtained far widows or other heirs of those who have died or been killed while in service. Chas. C Tucker Washington d. C. October so,�?T01. Week la attention to the card in another cold met of Chas 0 too kor pension and Buu tuy land he vat Washington City. Those in Guiod to of Nalone Bounty. Land rur Bounty Money can have to boil claims prep red Ond for War Tau a to or. Pucker up Dot a i Lomg at this office. Weekly a riyals t he Bee hive sure opposite the court House has among ruts week i arrivals 3 be ids molasses at from 25 to 50 cts per Gal 5 bbl sugar Good at 0 mad to cute per Pound. 5 bags Coffee Best at 18 cents per Pound. Duty goods. 20 pieces Calico and bleached Muslin cd cts. A 10 new markets 12cts.10 a Delaine 6j4 cts. A 10 now style Dolaine 25 cts. 20 u Ihring 6% cts. A lot of ticking from 5 to 25 cute. A Domestic Gingham 10 cts.,. Stocking to a cts. Carpeting from auction . A 20 Brocha saw Tel Wool and silk Tho genuine Ottille a very a by apr a menus and ladies cloths a Quot ,. Ladies cloth cloaks i and a Large assortment of dress goods which will b6 sold a Bap for Cash and for any Bill of foreign goods upward of Uve dollars bought for Cash a deduction of five per it. Will be made. It a i is All kinds of a Outry Frodo cd taken in Exchange. Lebanon nov. 29, 61. Al George. I set la my chair by the . A and doze away a and the Lang hog flames leap High and higher As i dream of at Little with on my i feel a Prei Aure Sweet. And arms like the , whiter to it m about my neck in a warm clasp meet and the flame Flash Bright and brighter. And in Glass of Gold poor Over my face As my Bead to her bosoms Pillow Sitka Down in a Cloud of perfumed lace that heaves Hoo foam on the billow and i Lear her warm a Sarto a que Lokeng boat anti her Cypei glow Bright As fire As my lips Are covered with kisses Sweet and Tho flames leap High and higher. A Hoft Check nestles Coso to Myown Aud the Sweet smiles Over Al Chase like aus drops upon a Calm Lake thrown. Her dimples the in amp Les effaced a flute like laugh and her swelling breast heaven joyous High and higher a How Happy my lot and How Sweet my rest. With a wife la front of the fire. And i drink her Beauty into my heart and the love Light of her Oyes. With a crash the red brands fall apart. My wife up the it Chimney flies. Thus Oit in my chair by the blazing fire i doze away , Aud the mock my and higher Quot at my dream of love and a wife. ®�ot�lkllebu3. Why Willow Jeukins did no to marry or. Wells. Why did no to the widow Jenkins marry or. Wells that was Tho exciting subject before the gossip town a a ladies Mutual improvement and widows Lielie society a at one of their weekly meetings. Now or. Wells had been very attentive to mrs. Jenk is for a number of months. He invariably walked Homo with her from Church Lias escorted her to a number of picnics and Iri Many ways had evinced his partiality. As for the Young and pretty widow she did not appear to be at All displeased with these attentions j on the contrary she received Thein with evident pleasure so their marriage was considered a settled thing by the inhabitants of gossip town in general and the members of Iho a a ladies Mutual improvement and widows Relief society a in particular. A Soj when they Learned that he had suddenly disappeared without tolling them where to was going what he when be glad if her conduct could be considered Only in the Light of a a a a it seems Bat she Wasny to imprudent enough to marry or Wells remarked mib love talk a though one could see Wilth Balf in Eye that Ehe was Over he Fri and ears in love vat Foch him. Liat is add rave Boen the reason a a a this was re echoed by the company while deep stat upon All . A a and this bring3-3is 3mck�.04�$�e com Meb consent fours to in. Iwo by did t the. Widow Jenkins marry or Wells it was drug go be astute minds that the was thu Only person who a bottle tie to exed question. Bow fish ail her kindness of heart anew a Sabin to there was. R gentle dignity tin this lady a is Juer that prevented any attempts it familiarity a no Ohe was hold whoa go i to ask her by Jan a blk Ink and hints and insinuations she either could not or would not understand. Miss love talk Onoe ventured to ask Retif she expected to hear from the doctor a to which she received a decided. Negative. And they Hotd each respectively expressed their astonishment Athis sudden disappear Ance in the Hope of obtaining some clue to them a Story but the widow listened in grave a Lence Given them no intimation by word or look that Bhe knew any More about it a than they so they were completely baffled. A a a there is Hattie barns going by in said mrs. Wormwood suddenly As she happened to glance out of the window. A a a a in la slide knows something about it if Bhe was Only a mind to Tell Bhe is Over to the widow in Ore a half the a it. wonder if she did a exe Fai med miss love talk. A i mean to Call her . Hattie was called in accordingly and no important witness Ever under of Tot a sharper Cross questioning at Abe hands of Tho most ingenious criminal lawyer than did the astonished girl before this self constituted a court of inquiry.�?�. But they elicited nothing of importance. Hatti solemnly declared a that she had t heard mrs. Jenkins men. Tion the doctors name though she had thought that she seemed More Olijan l0nqa.ce.3. Joir c. Babel. Be Bahon Jacob Gabel to busing and ameliorate prices to Fiorit a continuum a of Public Patron amp co. A a Bowman Llauger k of Cap Oak anon. Sep Tomb a 5 1880. _ private Sale we a r ill a Quot a Vaw Sala. Ill fee fold at i a on bal of i and a in a a a. In porn a it Fly Ted it Toof Towse near the Borough Wall township. It adjoins Rue land of widow. Eulma a Theno it them. Atkins and John Krauhs on too last. Witbec a s one Story log . We Chur , erected on the land and a Good Well a the Garden a the land has Fine stones for quarries. This tract win make a Nice Home for a Small family. Freo from ground rent. Naod Tula Given. Adam to Ltd Elk. W both a tract la now of overdo with Hoe Grua half of which will be Given to the purchaser. Leb pop Juno 13, i860� Market steel hotel Carfin of Kirk to and Chestnut st Teeth be fit you. John Matthes proprietor. Rank the Oom fort by an Hondo 1� with the. Tho Holcut a Iodious. Lebanon May 8,1881 11� laifa Abri Foj tha butntmft�1 Loeut list new invite All to Elva to a id Thale that ahla App Kiwi alb la a i the bar Uto Miod with Ell Ginga Al 1801 new Katyl e8.18 Adam ribs in Traat bet a Market and tha court fw��1.11now on hand a splendid aes Fitow w style of ha1s and Caps for pm a 1� to which the attention of Tea pub la a rffis�?�2 t has fall priced Froit Tamereo to the mostly Alwana on hand. Hah wad Jpn of to Weihn of Bummer a tatar Banatha pedal Pearl Hon Leo iwo a Ogwa Standall thaw Ahee will Alio wholesale All Kinda of hat Capa Ait feb of ranter mat Banta on Avau Magaana Taimur. Lah Anoir Only 17,188. Door Sash and steam planing located on Tho steam House Road near a Cumberland Street. East Lebanon. A Phr undersigned respectfully inform x the Public in general that Thev still Munu lecture and Kaup on Ham door Gash shutter blinds flooring weather boards o gee Spring mouldings of All sizes , Catig. Aur incr Cor tum. And Ull kids materials for houses we also construct the latest and most improved Taic casing and hand railing Suita Oie for Large and Small buildings. We now invite Farmers. Mechanics and builders to Call and examine eur Stock which we will a Avaunt to give entire Witis Fatiori to All who May Invar the undersigned with their custom. A v Lunga Orf Fabel amp brother Loba Nuiji october 1381. A a a 1� g a Al Ere a also All Kinde of turning at Tho Homo Mill planing sawing. Cgc., pro Ipuy done for Tom be who May furnish lumber. New goods i just Regex old a1 the store of l e Laudermilch in Cumberland Street Lebanon a. Belling Ofutt Selling oif at reduced prices jlaiiie8�?T Ihrl it c.ood8 Plain and Flag nil Delaine Ratoni cloth. Pant Melta Olenth. Persian cloth. and Black h Lka. Saak flannels. Gingham and Lalie Oai. A a shawls. A Brocha l Job Square Blanket shawls Gants shawls. Notions. Gauntlets Hoks Stool bag help Skurta Balmoral skirts collars umbrellas hoods nubian. By stocks. B Arfa. Bueky Gaum Lete a. A a menus and lots Wear. Cloths Coan Meres sat nets jeans amp a. ,. Domestics.masliu.ticking., Check maunds Quot a a. Queens Ware Keady Mabe clothing sold at Cost for Cash. 12 kinds of country produce taken in Exchange. Soon dad 4, Ibyll. Seed wanted. Rphe.phser1berw.il pay the hug has Market Prev a to Moxhay a bad ,. A c flax seed at the Mill in Market a holy trickle a. Bring it immediately. Abram sik1 stun. A foil Moor tent of Unfer of a Nina bargains a. Pants Jolt received and 4 Gnu a. 8��?z Reader have Yon be�7,. A re a i Woods advertisement in oar paper. Rape a it internet Yon. Was going for when he was coming Back &c.? &c., All of which particulars _ Thoj Felt they had an undisputed right j sober than usual since he went away to know and without bidding any of at last by the dint of Tea and Flat a a a 1 a. Tery with which they plied he a a Liber ally Hattie who was bit , Giddy girl and not a Little elated at the idea of being a person of so much importance wag induced to Promise that she would so mrs. Jenkins Why she Reft ised or. Welts for ibo Tabe had refused him Thoy were1 fully convinced and duly report her reply. Hattie had is Day left. The. -110060 before she heartily repented of the Promise that she had so thoughtlessly made but As she had Given her word she determined to redeem it. So Quot the next morning she set out upon her errand. The nearer she approaches the House Tho More unpleasantly she Felt for she was a sensible though , and could not but a feel upon reflection that this inquiry was impertinent and one which their intimacy opt to and unrestrained a a it was gave her no right to make. When she reached the House the Cloud upon her it usually sunny brow and the constraints iof her manner Tail a to. Be noticed by mrs. J Enki is who though i but a few a ears her senior Felt a Motherly interest in the Young girl who was an orphan. A what ails you Hattie a Eyno inquired kindly. A Are you sick a a a not yes a stammered poor. Hattie who began to feel w hat Little courage Bhe had been Able to Muster oozing out of the ends of Bor fingers a that is i dds a to feel very fact is Quot she added desperately a a in be got into a scrape.�?�-. A. A the kind hearted widow looked a Little anxious for she was Weil acquainted with Hattie a impulsive disposition but Quot a be said quietly. A and 3�?Tou have come to ask me of help Jou out of it a. A yes. Aft if will my dear mrs. Jenkins i Promise you that i will never got into such a you May be a pre that i will do file beet that i. Can for you Hattie but you must first Tell me what it is a a Well to ixe society of Ladin a yes Torday made me Promise to ask 3ou a Quot question a very impertinent Ono 1 am sure 3tqu will say when you have heard a a a miss. Jenkins countenance cleared. A is that All a a of Silty child a she said. A Why i thought it tvs something terrible but do Pray Tell me what the question is i am very curious to kuow.�?�. A they want to know a said Hattie hesitatingly a Why you did no to marry or Wells ? they will have it that he has turned out some terrible character a pirate a robber to say Tho least and that you have found Touti and dismissed him.�?�. Jenki Nso express Bise a county Nance ask a be heard this underwent various changes fire the a looked As to wished than it Dignat then she coloured and them smiled. Mss Atkins w�3i��ssb ass Quot a a or them Good be their astonishment and indignation was intense. Strange and conflicting were their conjectures and various were the rumours that were thereby set some said that he had been arrested for High treason some that he was a sp3t from the Confederate army Habile others did not hesitate to say that he was a bigamist one of those wandering Gentry who go from town to town deceiving with their perfidious Wiles the susceptible hearts of that confiding sex whose gullibility has become proverbial. A but finally due deliberation and careful consideration of All the pros and cons the whys and wherefores Gay the directors of the above mentioned society to wit miss Wormwood miss love talk , and mrs make fuss they came to the unanimous conclusion a that this m a a ter ions Clinad Beatarice was of. Casio Ned by tie rejection of Ijar Wells by the widow cause to them or i town but supposed to be some terrible crime committed by the aforesaid doctor. And discovered by the store fetid widow and that the Afore a d gentleman lad left g sip town clandestinely to hide. His discomfiture. And to avoid the shame of a disclosure a. Indeed m a love Talle the Tifis a that one Day. As she is walking a i the widow 8 Louse is e saw the doctor and mrs. Jenkins together in the Garden and distinctly heard the latter a Tell. The former. Quot that she should certain in expose h a c r and that the doctor replied. A that he hoped sue would t As it would be the Muir of 1 m up f which the w Dow Teave a a Oitto n Der Ive laugh. Whereupon mrs. Pie Fla w Shook Hei h x 1 and Aid to t Slie did no to know what stronger proof they wanted than that. A or her part she was free to own that she never did like Jujj. To Sisr Febe knew he w is gnat favorite with some folks but his smooth avs did t go Down with her a Bhe never had in j to . Because she Didu t Wiota to injure the j Oung Man s prospects but it had Long been her. Private opinion that he was nothing but a Wii id sheep s clothing mothers ought to be Yery careful Quot she added drawing herself no with dignity a with whom they allow their daughters to associate. 1 took an Early Opportunity to warn my daughters against him and it is very Gratifying to me to reflect that they had the Wisdom to profit by the Mem. When or. Wells first Camo to gossip town this Wise and prudent Matron was very Assim Ous in her attentions using every Art in her Power to entrap him into a marriage with one of her five unmarried daughters a a and Tho widow Jenkins is of the same Pioci in a of the opinion a said the amiable miss Dorothy Wormwood. A the airs that Wom a puts on Are perfectly ridiculous think after this that shed hold her. Head a Little i should think so too a chimed in the charitable mrs. Make files. A i guess if the truth was known it would be found a no better than she ought to be to Iny certain Knowle go aha has been Al a together too free not Only with a it a. Veil but with other gentlemen Quot i could mention. For toy part i should Tell these ladies that i invite them to take Tea at my House to Morrow afternoon and that i will then and afire answer that i important question Trust to their entire you May Home too,.Hattie,�?� she added As girl caught a up her Nat preparatory to making a Hasty exit. The message we received by the aforesaid ladies with mingled sur. Prise and self congratulation. With Surprise because mrs. Jenkins had a hitherto stood steadily aloof from the society. Being so uncharitable As to declare be nothing but a a school for Amanda a and that it to far. More mischief than Good. A Witler self congratulation because the Felt to Ridge mass worm a felicitous expression a a the to something was coming now that 1�?� a a ,3?he not Jay at the appointed hour found Tham. Atli quietly seated in a mrs Jenkins pleasant Little parlor. Mrs. Jenkins received them with her usual affability indeed she was More than usually sociable Aud seemed to be particularly desirous of making her guests feel perfectly at Home. A but there was a certain constraint in their manner but especially in their tongues which were More than usually quiet and their mind seemed to be solemnly impressed with the important disclosure that was about to be. Made. Every time their hostess opened her Mouth to speak nil eyes were fixed upon her in eager expectancy and As there fell from them some casual remark As far As possible from the subject of their thoughts their disappointment was evident. But the widow seemed to be quite unconscious of All this. She looked As Cool and comfortable in her simple White Muslin laughed As gaily and chattered As cheerfully As though there was to such person As or. Wells in existence and nothing in the mystery of his disappearance that she was expected to Clear up. A the afternoon wore slowly away and mrs. Jenkins led her guest out to the supper table whose bountifully spread Broad seemed to have a to. Nign effect upon those for whom it was provided. And As they seated themselves around it and sipped Tho fragrant Nee tar vulgarly called Tea their hearts began to expand under its genial influence Aud they All commenced with one Accord to Praise the. Light and Crisp biscuits the spicy loaf cakes the delicious custards and preserves &o., &c., which they severally declared were the Best they had Ever tasted. Ail of which were made by the Small White hands of their hostess who was a notable Little housekeeper and though she kept one servant generally spent part of each morning in the Kitchen. V a. The pretty widow bore her honors Verj meekly though she did not in accordance with a time no nored Cus Declaro. That there was nothing a efe �?o1 Hope you Are not angry a said Hattie in some trepidation so mrs. Jenkins made no Reala i promised to ask Yon to i thought i must. Bin Yod Tell me indeed i Hope you wont i done to sea who it should be an of their business and in a sure its none of mine a a Jam not in the least angry with Yon Hattie a said the i own smiling. Though tah Ould advise you not to be so half by another to a in giving your Promise inasmuch As this occasioned you so much uneasiness. You May of. On the table fit to eat. And that she was really afraid that none of them would be Able to make out a sup Poi a but the supper like All sub Lunary Joys came to an end at last and the whole party adjourned to the parlor. Assoon As they had seated themselves does silence reigned.1 for they perceived by the widows look and manner that she was about to speak. This time mrs. Jenkins did not Dis appoint Tinera. �?oladieb/1 she said in a tone that instantly secured Quot i have understood that 3 on Are All very and Ous to know Why i Havn t married or. have i been correctly informed 7&Quot a yes my dear mrs. Jenkins said miss Dorothy Wormwood we o being president of the a society and accuse to med to speak m volunteered to become spokesman for the rest a a you Are. Not from motives of curiosity. Of no we Are above Sulci feelings. But a Daube we Are anxious that the villain should be unmasked who has so basely deceived us. That in Caso be should return which god forbid he should not be allowed to desecrate with his unholy pro Senos our virtuous and peaceful Homo a having Given vent to tins burst of eloquence the amiable spinster set tied Back into the chair and subsided into a solemn silence whose dignity struggled unsuccessful with Tho impatience distinctly visible m every glance of Tho keen restless Eye. Ana m each line of the Sharp angular face. Mrs. Jenkins continued Quot in order that i ma3 relieve the disinterested. And highly commendable anxiety which has so distracted your minds for some weeks past and silence the Manv rumours to which it has Givah Rise. I have concluded to answer the important question to the Best of my ability upon two conditions. The first one is that the secret which 1 shall unfold to 3rou be strict confined to your bosoms a a this was said with a look and tone of great solemnity and As the Reader will readily imagine it produced a corresponding degree of curiosity and excitement in those who Beard Quot it. A a a a. Tbe3 All individually and Rollem timely began immediately to declare a that they would never breathe n syllable of it to any living being a a miss Wormwood heroically adder re a no not if a oho was to be stretched on the rack a which As there was i the danger of the occurrence of that rather unpleasant alternative Seeni red to be somewhat superfluous. A my other condition a resumed mrs. Jenkins a is that none of you ask me another question concerning the last condition was harder. To be complied with Quot but As the widow declined to proceed without it they gave their consent to that also a Tofin ladies a said mrs. Jenkins speaking slowly arid distinctly a i will inform you that the reason Why i Havno to married or. Wells is because he has never asked me a a so a completely absorbed wore these ladies in this anxiously expected revelation they had not observed that they had a addition to their numbers in the form of a tall Fine looking gentleman who had stood for the Laet tiv minutes upon the threshold of Trae half opened door evidently Uncertain a to whether he had better and Varee or Retreat. Neither did Ali it until at conclusion of Iier in Enoe she raised her eyes and it the gaze of the Large and hand Sopo pair that were fixed upon her countenance a which there a Wasabi Nufer blending of Mirthful new Ani Ute Jugler. The qom a Lou Swiess that to had heard a Bajt she said sent Tho warm blood t o Eifu Febe eks. But she did not lose quiet Belf posses Slon that cd amp rate ended her usual manner. A a or. Wells for it was to had Al read received an inkling of the re Mars that were afloat Corce rung h m so lie was at no loss to understand the present state of affairs. But with out appearing to notice the evident consternation of the at his unexpected Entrance he Turnell to the widow and said quietly a Good evening mrs. Jenkins. 1-rang twice at the door but receiving no attention and hearing the sound of voices within ventured to enter unannounced a. Then without waiting for a reply he turned to the rest of the company and inclining his head remarked a i believe that 1 owe an apology to some of my Good friends Here for. My abrupt departure but the sudden and alarming Ili Nesb of a near relative will prove i am confident to such kind and charitable hearts a sufficient a deep silence followed these words which was broken by miss Dorothy Wormwood who rising from her seat said a that it was getting dark and she guessed that she would have to be a whereupon a number of others started up declaring that they a bad no idea it was so lately so one by one they stole out confusion upon their countenances and shame and discomfiture in their hearts leaving the doctor and the widow to themselves. Now we would not have the Reader suppose for one moment that we would be guilty of such a breach of Confidence As to relate Tho conversation that followed besides to a re Well aware to Singh the Quot Roost delightful thing imaginable to the parties themselves that it is sufficiently Flat and stupid to everybody else especially when put upon paper. But this we May safely say that if the widow Jena los did t marry or. Weils it was t Beck use he did t ask or t amp a a family paper Fofi town and of dirt is printed and published we balt by War. M uses liar a 2d Story of Farck a a new building Ges Aberle amp a 0t at one Dollar and fifty cents a Yeer-�5?� advertisements inserted at the decal Ratee. �?T�?o8 the friends of the at fahd the Public Gener ally Arn solicited to Send in Isdr orders. A�55 1iaxi 1 ills printed at in flours notice. Rates of postage. A a in Lebanon county postage a is amp a in Pennsylvania out of Lebanon flouncy 3 cents pet Quarter or 13 cents a your. A. Out of tide state cts. Per Quarter or 26 cts. A year if the postage is not paid in Advance rates Are doubled. Bosticks on Doe Sticks. Who claims to be an Ellsworth zouave thus narrates the experience of his regiment after re Seiv my their uniforms from the military Hoard the uniforms sent us from new York were the trash est tilings Posri ble they stand the. Pressure a gentle wind blow a Man s coat into rags in a half a Day while if he ventured out doors in a stiff Breeze i is red Bike Ohms would tear out into Long red. Flags and in less than ten seconds he d looked like a Flag staff with the signal Sot for a never mind the Commodore old fellow but sail in and fight on your own no Man has a whole suit of clothes for two months wove gone on guard dressed Only in Over coat and Musket and we be done scout duty in easy and elegant attire of a revolver and one pair of shoes to three men. When we be wanted to dress extra fico for Sui Day service we d to is our Musket and tie a red rag on each leg. The each pain for decency a Sake when to a leaches stands n n empty Poir a Arrel to hide his legs a. A a i called on the col. Yesterday dro83ca Only a Bay Onet Ai i that consider o officer admired my airy1 c s or Lemucl but sail id letter kill a few Seo Bels and the i bagged one of my to i or get help myself to his breeches when our whole company lately applied to him for clothes lie said he had got any for in. But he served out fifteen rounds of Ball cartridges to each and gave us leave of absence for two Days and told us to Bury All the Sec Shors we killed Boas not to lumber no the country. Most of the Fellows got Good suits of clothes and Bob. Brown was so uncommonly particular that he did no to suit himself till he bad killed five Fellows. With mar usual Luck i could t find a fellow my size they were All too Short or too Long when at last i did find a fellow five feet nine and Hadjat got a Good aim on him he raised his head and disclosed the unwelcome fact that it was one a four sergeants. Just my Luck he had on a Lovely suit of Gray which would have fused me to a hair and if old been half a second quicker on the trigger a could have had it but i decently shoot after i had Sean Bis Taco. Hon Vyver i got a fair suit of Blim cloth Ani bib Brown is on the Lookout to m pc my condition. He we to to fio. Tril five meet nine ratio or slim a in the wai8.t,,with a new and Well suit,.army Blue preferred.�?�. A a a a r a a a. A amp male a lad swallowed a Small Lead Bullet lately. His friends were very much alarmed a bout it and his father that no neans i might be spared to save his daring. Boy s life sent Post Bate to a Jugoon of a skill directing his messenger to Tell a him the Eirc nmn Tances and Quot urge Hii a Cor Iii a without delay. The doctor was found heard the dismal tale and with As much unconcern As to would my nicest in a Oast a a of common headache wrote Tho Fol 1 lowing laconic note 1 a sir done to alarm yourselves. If after three weeks the Bullet is not re / moved give the boy a charge of pow Der. Yours amp cd p. shoot the boy at a this is much Akin to the laconic prescription of the celebrated or. A i erne Why a a an irishman called in great haste Apon me or. Stating that a be Jaburs to boy tim has swallowed Arnouse a a then be tubers a t said Abernethy % a Ted your boy tins to syr Liow a a Story for the Little folks n five in the Fea Shell. Ii five peas sat in a pea Shell. A they -. Were Green and the Shell was Green to therefore they thought the whole i worm was Green in we Iez opinion they were about right. The Shell we grew,.and the peas Rew too. They could accommodate themselves very i Well to their narrow House and sat f very happily together All five in a Row. The Sun shone outside and warmed the Shell. The rain made it so Clear that you could see through j it. It was very warm and pleasant a in there Clear by Day and dark by a. Night just As it should be. The five f peas grew very fast and More a intelligent the older they were. J. A shall i always be compelled to sit u Here Quot said one to the test. Ireail b am a fraid that i shall erhirhn.r/? from n am a fraid that i shall get hard from a sitting constantly. I believe strange things Are going on outside of our Shell is Well Asih her Feiy a. Weeks passed on and the peas be came yellow and the hell grew Yel Low too. A fall the world is yellow a said they. And we cannot blame s them under the circumstances for j the exclamation. A a one Day their House was struck As i if by lightning. They were torn off a by somebody a band and into a coat pocket which had already a been nearly filled with peas. A now there is going to be an end of us a a they sighed to one another and began to prepare themselves for their change. A but if we live 1 would a be to hear from the one that goes the t 5? a it will soon be Over with As ail a id the smallest. But the largest a one replied a let come what will i v am j. Knack i the Shell Bart and All five 4 peas rolled out in the Bright Sunshine a soon Thev Lav in a lit to by a a hand 1 he held them fast and said they would but excellent for Bis Lulie gun. Almost immediately they were roil 2 ing Down the barrel of his snot gun. Out again they went into the wide world. A now i am flying out nto the world j catch me if you can f so said one and lie was very soon out of sight. The second one said a i am going i to Fly up into the Sun. That is a a charming Shell and would be just about Large enough for and off he flew. A wherever we go Weare going toned a said two others. And they hit a the roof of a great Stone House an rolled Down on the ground a Quot i am going Quot to make the Best of. My lot a said the last one. And it went High up but came Down against the Balcony window of an old Bouse a and caught there in a Little tuft of Moss. The Moss closed up. And there j Lay the pea. By a Ryb Ody seemed to Ujj forget that Little pea but not so. God remembered it Well. A a i shall make the Best of my lot a it said As it Lay there a poor woman lived in the room Back of the Balcony window. She had a Good Strong body but nevertheless she was a very poor wipe and the Prospect was that she would always be one. In that Little room 1 loved her half grown delicate a whole year she. Had been lying there a and it seemed As if she could neither live nor die. A she will soon go off to see her Little sister a sighed her Mother. It had two dear children and it was a difficult task for me to take care of them both. But the lord made a Compromise by taking one of them to live with Sim. Now i would like to keep this one with me but it appears As if god wants them by a with him. Soon she will go and see her sister a but the sick girl still lived and Lay patiently on her sick bed while her Mother worked with her hands for their daily a by and by Spring time came on. On a morning when the laborious Mother was a. Going about her work the Friendly Sun shone in Cugh the Little window and All along the roof. The sick girl looked Down at the Bottom of the window and saw a i whet i d of a Verdis to said. A it is going to grow Agar window. See i the a a on s san n and the n Tho Carw to t and opened All if a a just claimed. A Ftnat s a s end is now 3u. Cd o t is g r How at Lutes the utile okie disc will Havee Gur a a in a then so rate closer to r fit the went to her we a a a Sipion. A a Mathei i decry be Alvr i shall Gai Well again a said the daughter one evening to her Mother a the Sun has Quot been Shin g into the window 90 kindly to Day and the

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