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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 15, 1857, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaLebanon. A a it Otto to Jill tics fit eaten Jfe in at for aortic jete the fete a at femal Ute list. Dial a. 420, by we. M. Lebanon pa., wednesday july 15, 1857. Terms�?s�,50 a year Isaac Hoff by a Surveyor and conveyancer office in Oum Bortal Street opposite Tho Quot Engle hotel Quot Lebanon a. A Lebanon april 22, ls57.-ly. Removal. Drum. M. Guilford Lias removed his of fico to Bis now residence on Market Street a few doors North Frober sgt ores store and to a tween it mid Tho new lutheran Oburgh. Lebanon Doc. In 1856.-tf._ Quot Levi Meily a attorney at Law will attend promptly to Alt business entrusted to him. Office in Cumberland Street second door East from Market Street and opposite the Anglo buildings. May 13, 1857. More new Rooks i Princola to s pronouncing gazetteer of the world and gun at the this tiv Girat a unions received and for Sale at Good s Book store Market Square. Lebanon pa., june Lyl 1s57.-d. For Sale. It private Salo two building lots on the Cornor of Chestnut and Elisabeth streets East Lebanon. For further particulars apply to j. H. In Exma . Lebanon Juno 3,3857.-6t. For Sale. A Sorond hand steam engine 10 horse Power. It is to to sold to make room for one of a larger size. Apply to a. Major a brother. Lebanon july 1,185?. Wanted twelve Good flour barrel Coopers at Tho Genesee a hails in Lebanon to whom constant work and Good wages will to Given. None but sober and steady workmen need Ripply. January 7, 1s�7. Myers amp Shour. Car pfc a tors wanted to Good Journeyman carpenters 1 u wanted immediately at the steam planing Mills of Tho a a this Borough. None but the beat of hands required to whom Liberal wages will be Given. Apply to Boas Gasser a Gettle. Lebanon feb. Is 1857.-tf. P. It. Wikel a bricklayer and jobber Union Deposit Dauphin county Penn a. I am prepared at All times to put no Brick work in All its Broncos and on the shortest notice. Also Brick buildings , him Walls Boshkos la norths Ami All work connect a Oil with a Furnaro done. A gang of Stone masons always ready to put Down foundations and do clone work of every description. July i 1857.�?tf. P. 11. Wikel. I iw.be3 a amp tar i Barber shop i Daly amp Quot Williams would re Peh fully in form the Chasens of Lebanon that Thuv have opened a fir telness shaving and hair t dressing Saloon ill Market Street opposite. The Lebanon Bank. They would Sulibit n a a Hare j of the in thu patronage. I Lebanon May 20, 1s57.�?tf. W1 Vic Banovi Valley Bank. Located in Market Street nearly opposite the United Hall one door North of the Post office. R Lii the following rates of interest on deposits on and after the 1st Day of March. 1857, Viz a for i year and longer d per cent per annul. For 6 months and longer 5 per cent per annul. For 3 months and longer 4 per cent per annul. Requiring a Short notice of withdrawal and affords a Liberal line of accommodations to those who May favor i with deposits payable on demand. Will a Premium on staff Iii and mexican dolt a a and also on Chi americas and Italy . Will make collections on and remit to All parts of the United states the Canadas and Europe negotiate Loans. A. A and do a general business g. Dawson Coleman 1 c a ent Guso. Go risk cashier. A Daniel uni Cit tick -f5. B. Dip pin. Of Iii Iii wanted. Wheat Rye Oats Corn a at Tho Centre warehouse on the Union canal in mayor Stowit for which the highest Market Cash prices will be paid. They also keep Eon a stantly on hand and for Salo Sulphur Coal stove Coal and Coal for which they sell at a . A Lull Tofle a co. Of Yorktown Juno 1 1, 18a7.-3m waited at Ibe Genesee Milla in the Borough of Loba. Non Ltd wheat Rye Corn Oats in Eltiy Quantity for which the highest Marke prics will be paid in cosh by january 7,1857. Myers to Shour. Philip f. A tic Casilly j fashionable Boot and shoe maker on Cumberland Street one dour East of the Black Horre hotel. Tho subscriber desires to. Inform the Blic that he has opened As above where he is proposed to execute orders for1 boots and shoes of the finest finish Imd style and equal if not Superior to any heretofore offered to the May 27, 1857. Looking glasses. Or. If. Me Ives 1 ill he resale Ani retail manufacturer of a a ornamental and Plain guilt looking Glass cd portrait and picture frames of every style a j Large Stock of the above always on hand which i will sell from 10 to 15 per cent. Less than any other j establishment in the City. J pais tinos and eng a a , amp a. Old work re quilted Ltd to. A Liberal discount to the a g. In . 154 North 2d Street below race Westside a april 29, 1857.�?6m. Philnda., old no. 102. Saving fund. Quot of tub National safety Trust co. A ii undersigned. Muna Gors. Are individually liable to Tho extent of tii Cir Estaras for All deposits and other obligations of the co partnership filed in Tho office of Lebanon comity trading under the name and style of the Quot Lebanon Sinos Cameros g. Dawson coi emas George sum leu Levi Kline tames Young Augustus born lcb., 17,�?T57. George Gleim. Boot amp she store. Jacob Scad la respectfully informs the Public that he still continues his extensive establishment in his new building in Cumberland Street where he Hopes to Render the same satisfaction As heretofore to All who May favor him with their custom. He invites merchants and dealers in. Boots and shoes and every one who wishes to Purchase fashionable and durable articles in his line to Call and of Amine for Thoni Sevics his Large and varied Stock. Lie in determined to surpass All Competition in the manufacture of every article in his business suitable for any Market in the Union. A duo Cavo is taken in regard to workmanship none but the Best Quality of leather and other materials Are used and noun but the Best workmen Are employed. P. returns his sincere thanks to ills Friend for the very Liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on him. Lie Hopes by strict attention to birr guess and endeavouring to please his customer to Merit a share of Public patronage. Lebanon oct. 17, 1856. Jnita ��assi2u� Georoe Gass eel boots shoes bats Caps trunks �pc., f c. 5 respectfully invite to attention a of Ilie citizens of Lebanon and Vicinity to an examination of their new Stock of goods just received from Philadelphia. They have a general assortment of the latest styles of All kinds of Ira me mile and City Iper a end Aiso make to order at Short notice any article in their line that May be wanted. ��s3 Don t forget that Tho store has been removed from the old location to a a Phreaner s old building a next dour to the Washington in. Cumberland Street Smith Side. They tender their thanks to their old custom or and solicit a continuance of their favors j and Trust that a great Many new ones with their patronage. They intend not to j be beat in Selling cheap arthyes in me leb., apr. 22,1s57. J. Amp g. Gasser. A the Centra Quot Boot amp shoe store. If Aniel Graff with Ninny thanks to my patrons for their _ Liberal patronage thus far bestowed and the determination to Merit a continuation of the j same i am now ready ladies and gentlemen j living disposed of my Winter Stock to offer you a Well selected Spring and summer Stock. Come and see and Jii Defor yourselves. I will toll you the Placo and you Neer will forget when you once Buohl Gnu jets Beautiful tit of gaiters bootes or busking which Greet with a Graceful appearance on the ladies feet. My place May be found on Cumberland Street where each of my friends i we comely Greet to 1 mini May be found All patterns Well Mode got up in tall style for the opening Spring Trade. Como gentlemen you that wants Good Boot 1 have got a Spring fashion that surely Wilt suit if a Cit for a Kip of Good mechanical skill just give me a cull til fit you at will. Tallies and gentlemen i a Iso Wii uld Nii your attention to my Well selected Stock of summer shoes comprising 5 or 6 different kinds which i will dispose of at reasonable prices under a Good insurance of excellent make. N. now is yrs in Timo if you wish to see a Large assortment of Tronu Valise and different kinds of bags. Conic one come All. Anarch 25, 1857. Dauphin amp Susquehanna Railroad connecting the valleys of the Susquehanna so Schuylkill from Ufa Trieburg to a amp urn 59 3iiles, summer arrangement of and after monday june 29, 1857. So iwo passenger trains each Way Dally Rufel except sundays. Trains going Harrisburg at 5, a. at Auburn at 7.55, a. A. Trains going . 2�?leave Harrisburg at 3.13, p. at Auburn at 8.50, p. M. Trains going . 3�?leave Auburn at 8.45, a. at Harrisburg at 11.47, . Trip a going Wesly no. 4eaye, Auburn at 4.37, p. at Ofarri Sturg at 7.50, p. A. Passengers by trains a of. 1 and 2 proceed by trains of the Reading rail Road to Pottsville port Clinton Reading Philadelphia and Points on the Valley of the Schuylkill and by the cat twi sea rail rond and its connections to Tamaqua Ca amp Alissa Danville Milton Williamsport Elmira Buffalo Niagara Falls and All Points of the North and West of the United states and Canada. And passengers from any place above named or Points in their direction will arrive at Harrisburg by trains nos. 3 and 4, and connect with trains of the Pennsylvania Central rail Road for Lancaster and Philadelphia or for Pittsburg and the West and with the Cumberland Valley rail Road for Carlisle Chambersburg Lutc. And with the Northern Central rail Road to York Baltimore Washington City and All the rail rond Points of the Southern states or to Millersburg Georgetown and Treverton on the Susquehanna. A through tickets Are sold at the office of the Dauphin and Susquehanna Railroad opposite the. National hotel Harrisburg for All Points on the Catawissa Railroad and its connections through to Niagara Falls amp a. 11. W. Mason. Cold Sph Ixo Offick Stipe pc and cashier. Lebanon to duty Penn a july a 1857-4fc. Pursued empty pleasure of the world All vainly hoping to forget himself. For Tho shadows of a life Quot Quot ill new wire Mintsia co ner of tnij1d imssv1iarj? a it us a ate 0f Pennsylvania a i ? received in any sum Large or Small and interest paid from the Day of Deposit to the Day of withdrawal. The office is opon every Day from 9 o clock to the morning till 7 of clock in the evening and on Mondov end thursday evenings til 0 of clock. A Vondey interest five per cent. All sums Large or Small Are paid Back in Gold on demand without notice to any amount. Hon. Henry h. Benne or Oslo Cut Robert 8elfuidge, vice president is. J. Resp Secretary directors. Henry h. Bennor i 0. Landreth Munns Edward h. Carter f. Carroll Brewster Robert Sel fridge Joseph b. Barry Samuel k. Ashton i Henry l. Churchman j�?om8 a Smith Francis Bee. This company confines its business entirely to there giving of Money on interest. The investments amount Ting to need Ray. A a a a million and a half of dollars a be report of assets Ore made in ,pt�8lonfl of toe charter in real es-mor1qagics, ground rents and such first a i a always ensure perfect Security to toe and which cannot flu to give permanency Aud stability to to Iasi Sutlon. Imay27,18fi7. York advertisements. From Albert g. Richardson a advertising and correspondence office 560 Broadway Koiv York. Jew and important apis cheery in the science of Medicine. Patent office Seal of cheat diploma do do of Karja acte tic Paris and Imperial College it it of Medicine Glennn. Sold wholesale and retail by or. H. A. Barrow member of the impel College of Vienna and Koval College of surgeons London who May to Imp Monolly consulted at ids residence 157 Prince Street few blocks West of Jiro Adway new 1 ork from 11 a. Get. Till 2 p. M. And from 4 till 8 p. 51. Sundays excepted unless by appointment Trie Semar no. 1, is n Romely for Ltd astion. and All the distressing consequences a rising from Early abuse indiscriminate excesses or too Long resilience in hot climates. It has restorer bodily and sexual strength and Vilt or to thousands who a re now in the enjoyment of health and the functions of no Ali Oil and whatever May be the cause or disqualifications for marriage they Are effectually subdued. Trie Semar no. 2, completely and entirely Crudi dates ail traces of Gonor a flu both in its mild and aggravated forms glues strictures irritation of the ladder non retention of Folie urine pains of the loins and kidneys and those disorders for which co Paivi and cd bibs have �0 Long been thought an antidote. Trie Semar no. 3, is the great Continental Rebien for sep Hills and secondary symptoms. It also constitutes a certain cure for scurvy scr Fula and All eur Teneous eruptions removing and Ope Liing in lt3 course All impurities from the vital Stream so As altogether to eradicate the virus of disease and expel it by insensible perspiration through the medium of the pores of the skin and urine. It is a never in ilium remedy Lor that class of disorders which English physicians treat with Mercury to Tho inevitable destruction of the patients Constitution and which All the Sarsaparilla in the world cannot remove. Trie Semar no .1,2 and 3, Are prepared in to form of a lozenge devoid of taste or to Mell and can he carried in the Waistcoat pocket. Sold in tin cases and divided in separate doses As administered by Yal Peau Lalleman Roux Kinord &c., amp of. Price $3 each or four cases in one for $9, which saves $3, and in $27 cases whereby there is a saving of $9. None arc genuine unless the engravings of the seals of the Patent office of England Tho seals of the Econie de phar Macia de Paris and the Imperial College of Vienna Are affixed upon each wrapper and around each imitations Are liable to the severest penalties of the Law. Special arrangements enable or. Barrow to Forward immediately on receiving a up Mittanck the $9 and larger size cases of Trie Semar free of Carriage to any Artof the world securely packed and properly addressed thus insuring genuine european preparations and protecting the Public from spurious and pernicious imitations. Attendance and consultation from ii . Till 2p. M. And from 4.till 8 in the evening. 157 Prince Street afew new York. May 6,1857-ly. A it Cristadora a hair Dye within a nutshell Alt the merits lie of Crit Adoron a never equalled Dye ked it makes Black to Brown transforms a Grey and keeps Tho fibres always . It Juhls matchless to vitalizing hair Dye still holds its a it position As the most harmless and efficacious hair Dye in ire world. Prepared and sold wholesale and retail and applied in ten private rooms at a Hwy a Boron a no. B Astor House Broadway new. York and by All druggists and perfumers in the United states. Jan. 14, l857.-ly,, Quot George ii. Keyser 140 Woodst Pittsburg a. W Cir her machine works. Opposite the Lebanon Valley 11. R. Depot Lebanon Lebanon county a. We. Amp p. L. Weimer. Proprietors manufacture steam engines from 1 to 300 horse Power of the latest styles and patterns with All Tho modern improvements. Also Superior portable engines with link motion valve gear mounted on wheels for saw Mills Wood sawing and hoisting purposes. Particular attention is called to our Small upright engines for printers druggists and persons wanting a Small amount of Power. They take up a very Small space and can be put up in a room As a household fixture. Also blowing engines and machinery for Anthracite and other blast furnaces of improved construction. Forge hammers of p. L. Weimers patents rolling Mill sawing planing and flouring Mill fixtures mining pumps j hoisting machinery for mines and Stone quarries Railroad cars Iron Bridges shafting hangers pulleys turning lathes Drill presses planing machines brass Stop Cocks valves and brass fixtures Globe steam valves of All sizes and machinery and castings of every description. Also boilers of any size form and weight made of the Best material by Well known and experienced workmen smoke stacks water tanks it As lines Heaters and Sheet Iron work of every description. Our boiler sheets Are All tested by dividing them into squares of 2 inches and hammering each Square thus detected. And the faulty Sheet rejected this is Practised in very few shops in this country also a Stock of wrought Iron pipe for steam Gas and water with All the necessary fixtures constantly on hand and put up at the shortest notice and on most reasonable terms. Iron brass and composition Metal castings made to order at the shortest notice. A a set Quot repairing attended to with promptness and despatch. A gang of boiler makers always ready for boiler repairs. Blacksmith work made to order. Jes orders respectfully solicited. All communications by mail or otherwise attended to with despatch and work delivered to Railroad or canal free of charge. We. Weimer. P. L. Weimer. Lebanon february 4,1857. James Quot f. Maxwell _ manufacturer of improved fire and water proof composition Koo to i Harrisburg p�., respectfully inform the citizens a of her Risburg Reading Lancaster Lebanon and their vicinities that we Are prepared to put on roofs on most Liberal terms and at the shortest notice. We respectfully Call the attention of persons about to build to our invaluable method of roofing now much used throughout the principal cities of the United states and their vicinities. This Mode of roofing having nil the combined requisites of cheapness durability and Security against fire and water and dispensing with High Gable Walls the roofs require an inclination of not More than three quarters a of an Inch to the foot and in Many eases saving the entire Cost of rafters the ceiling Joist being used. The gutters Are made of the same material without any extra charges consequently our roofs Are put up at almost half the Cost of either tin slate or shingles. The material being of an imperishable nature it surpasses All others in durability a besides in ease of any casualty it is the most easily repaired of any other roof now in use. Yet the Best proof we can offer As to its being both fire and water proof arc our Many references to any one of whom we Are at Liberty to refer. N. let it be distinctly understood since we manufacture our own composition and do the work in person that we warrant All our work proof against both fire and water if they prove contrary to will most willingly abide the results. A the materials being mostly non conductors of heat no roof is so Cool in summer or so warm in Winter. to use our roof should give the rafters a pitch of about one Inch to the loot. Muy 27, 1854.�?4m. James m. Pfleger up Bros new cheap dry goods and grocery store in the Borough of Lebanon you Willham Upten to of time As the Fox Chase comes off in the afternoon at 2 o clock therefore you will have a Good Chance of visiting Aud seeing their stocks of Spring amp summer goods which they have received from new York and Philadelphia and will sell tremendously cheap. There is not the slightest doubt in my mind but that their goods will cause As much real excitement As Well As profit in the Borough and country around As this great for Eha ,c.�? therefore to not forget to visit . Pfleger amp Bro s store and great will he your fun and very great your gain. Yours most respectfully april 1, 1857. J. M. P. S. M. P. Venetian blinds and shades. A. Britton so co., manufacturers wholesale and retail dealers no. 32 North second Street above Market Philadelphia. The largest cheapest and Best assortment of venetian blinds arid window shades of any establishment in Tho United states. 5s�o,. First Premium awarded by the Franklin Institute in 1852 and 1856, Over All Competition May 13, 1857.-3m. Hello of Wii at fun. We will have something new for Lebanon a a great Fox Chase will Quot come off this week and every person in to county is inv feed to attend it tall men and Small tax a women and Small big Hoys and Little ones big girls , Young men and old Young ladies and old ones turn about and wheel about and run after this Fox to catch him wont that be fun. But do not forget to Call at. Sweet Friend and sister of my heart though fates dicing Waves to tween is Roll the Star of hop Cju Reno thou Worth and Art my dream of life the vision of mar a ambitions fevered dream to to is Over yet still i Muse As in a happier Day thou Shine Sec on my path of life no More yet still to thee i consecrate my Lay. I knew of Ono perchance to a Heo unknown but thou More Blest can step in for such Asho a tear of pity shed if thou alone Aud spare for him a sigh of sympathy. For him no father paused to Bloss his child a the child of poverty and guilt and shame no Happy Mother at her infant smiled a they cannot smile who Bear a blighted name. Too Early he was taught a bitter truth a for quickly comes such knowledge e in unsought a spectral Shade time haunted All his youth. Aud Over his life its wierd enchantment wrought. Unble st unloved of How his spirit yearned for one to whom he might his Griefs confide the Young heart struggled and it partly Learned to live and bears supported by its Pride. Once when the festive Hall with mirth and song was vocal and Delight was wild and High timid he stole amid the glittering throng and wondering gazed around with Wistful Eye. And one he saw Replete with every Charm All else forgot he gazed upon that face a until a menial rudely seized Liis pushed him aside and bade him from the Placo. With sinking heart he silent shrank away a till gently lifted by a hand unknown a moment nestling on her he Lay those eyes of Beauty beaming on Bis own. She gently kissed that Pulc and childish brow and softly whispered Quot poor unfortunate a a twos but a simple act and yet of How its memory soothed Long years of wrong and hate. That Lovely form he never saw again /. Those Radiant eyes no More upon him shone yet still he cherished the remembrance vain in All the Post that vision smiled alone. Youth came. A wanderer from his Early Home. He sought to win himself a name ambition led his eager Steps to roam resolved to try the devious path of Fame. He loved. A twos not the pure and gentle Flamo when favouring Fate befriends but like the whirlwind Over his heart it came before whose rage Tho trembling Forest bends. Insatiate Pride can tempt Himez in from her to scenes where Hopes of future glory Rise his dreams arc broken by the messenger that bids him haste to Seo her Ere she Dies. A Quot with frantic Speed he hurries on and on amid the storm and darkness of the night and Ere the Light has waked the Early Dawn the Well remembered cottage greets Liis sight. Is it a dream ? he hears no More the storm a before him stands arrayed in living we Etc the shadowy outlines of a Radiant form. Resplendent in a flood of Crystal Light. Confused he saw not whence the radiance Shono nor knew or How or when the vision passed a Xis gone to stands amid the gloom alone loud swells raging shrieks Tho blast. The lights Are dim the voice of grief is hushed and Low and solemn Rise the words of prayer a in trembling haste into the chamber rushed the youth and Sank besides the dying there. Faintly she whispered a thou Art Here at last Coine near me Edwin nearer nearer still the tide of life to me is ebbing fast and Over my heart i Feci a deadly chill. Farewell on Earth in nay do not weep for me we part but we shall meet again, said j a a my spirit Ever round thy path shall be a she cease the living bends him Over the dead. Resistless grief How fearful is thy Power it is not age that dims or time that Sears the sorrow of an hour can Furrow on the brow the Chango of years. By slow degrees the wildness of his grief sunk to the sullen brooch nos of despair that seemed to Hope or seek for no Relief and yet refused with Manly heart to Bear. And time consoled the wound it could not heal and though it could not teach him to forget a taught him at least his sorrow to conceal and banish outward shadows of regret. Years passed in sullen brokenness of heart a in self deceiving Hope Relief he sought from one who in his Griefs could Bear no part nor could forgive his hours of Moody thought. He fated beings a destiny unjust a that to a heart where sorrow never sur ceased a gentle spirit should its keeping Trust a and both were wretched to perhaps the least. Deeply to err was his and to atone self torture was Hie direct punishment More racking than to inquisition known fiercer than human tyrant could invent. And yet he was not wholly prone to ill All that was Beautiful his spirit loved. Nor could the Clouds of evil chill the glorious dreams which his Young heart had moved. And there was one who could that spirit guide and from its fitful moods his heart withdraw to loved to linger her Side a. Her smile his life her lightest word his Law. And she remorseless of the wreck she made Forth from its shrine his worshipped idol Tore to had not loved hut trusted was betrayed compelled to hate and peace was his no More. Awaking As from sleep he burst the spell who cast aside Tho record and the pen fled from the quiet haunts once Well and plunged into the crowd of men. A again too Giddy Hirn whirled to joined Tho mad Preuit of a sordid self ? in vain the dreamer had delayed too Long the steel was fixed too deeply in Tho heart lie cords that bound the captive were too Strong o to thus quickly rudely torn a Cloud of gloom his pathway overhung and Over his heart its deepening shadows cast like spectres of Tho dead around him Clung the thronging memories of a bitter past. Wearied of Earth and sick and desolate the Boon of life to him no pleasure gave to longed for death and Blest the hand of Fate that offered peace the quiet of the grave. Lebanon a. Wednesday july 15, 1857. Prepared for the advertiser Hon. William Strong. It is a source of pleasure to the writer of the following sketch to dwell on the character and career of one who has contributed More than his just share of Good example to society whose integrity Industry and ability Render him eminently deserving of the respect and Confidence of his fellow citizens and whose important services to the nation at Large reflect unfading Lustre upon the Fame of his adopted state. William Strong who now is Ono of the nominees of the democratic party for the supreme judgeship of Pennsylvania was born in Somers Connecticut on the 6th of May 1808. His father a congregational clergymen of influence and ability at an Early age sent him abroad into the Best schools and academies which new England then afforded. In 1824, As a result of his previous application to his studies he entered the freshman cd re is of Yale College continuing. There for the regular term of four years he had become eminent for his gentlemanly deportment for an untiring Devotion to his studies and for the originality and philosophic tendency of Liis mind elements of character which have not a Little conspired to Advance him to the exalted position he now holds in the ranks of the democratic party of Pennsylvania. After graduating among those who bore off the highest honors of their renowned Alma mater or. Strong like Many students of indigent circumstances engaged in the profession of teaching at the Scarfie Lime devoting eight hours a Day to the study of the Law a 1 Bor which alone would have Beca too arduous for an Ordinary mind but which seemed to be Only the Retreat on of his. At the end of three years he found his earnings sufficient to meet his College expenses and to enable him to finish his Legal education. He now repaired to new Haven entered the celebrated Law school there and during the Short space of six months had made such rapid Progress by his Industry and Diligence that he was admitted to practice in the several courts of Connecticut. Spon after his admission to the bar. Or. Strong was prostrated by a prolonged and severe spell of sickness which came near terminating his life leaving him considerably broken Down and under heavy pecuniary embarrassments. After his recovery he determined to go to Philadelphia where upon motion of Charles Chauncey esq., whose Friendship he had already gained he was admitted to practice in the City and county courts. But Philadelphia was not to be his future Home. He was advised to go to Berks county famous Over the country for huge democratic majorities which has since become his permanent Home and where his Sterling qualities have won for Kim a Large Circle of friends and his close attention to business has secured to him a lucrative practice and an ample Fortune. Or. Strong a commencement in Reading was not unattended with difficulties. Born Down by a heavy debt and almost penniless not a Friend or an acquaintance in the whole county entirely ignorant of Pennsylvania practice and unable to speak or comprehend a single word of the language usually spoken by a major part of the Community he applied himself energetically to the great work before Hnidj and before the end of two years had surmounted ail these difficulties and found himself in Tho enjoyment of a fair practice. It is to examples like this to which the Young beginner can look with Hope of Success rather than to those erratic specimens of biography which Grace the literature of the Day to Challenge our wonder rather than stir imitation.,. Or Strong is a Democrat of. Fiji jeffersonian school eminently conserva live and practicable in his Seishi intents a a warm supporter of the Constitution and the Union and a fearless and determined antagonist of the isms of the age. In his congressional career which met the Wafon approval of his constituents he exhibited rare qualities As a legislator. His speeches in defence of the mexican War and in favor of the creation of a Board of adjudication of government claims with a View to prevent any further Galphin izing of the Public Treasury a master pieces of logic and the on aided to effectually put , for Mexico which was then prevalent and which would tarnish the administration of Jas. K. Polk while the other supported the dignity of the government by advocating measures to protect the honest and neglected creditor against the cupidity of robbers of the government. A the writer regrets that the want of space prevents him from noticing Bis other speeches some of which possess Peculiar interest As throwing much Light on questions involving considerable sectional agitation. He will therefore merely add that his subject is ready pungent and argumentative As a debater possessing a vast store of Legal learning which is Ever at his command a coolness of disposition and. Temper which gives him a Happy pre Eminence in exciting discussions his private and social character beyond reproach the manners and address of a polished gentleman he is esteemed by ail loved by All who Are fortunate enough to make his acquaintance. Or. Strong is one of the most rising men in the stale and if elected to the High position for which he has been placed in nomination by the democracy he will be an additional ornament to the supreme court of Pennsylvania. His profound Legal learning eminently qualify him for a seat on the supreme Bench. The democracy of Lebanon will throw her. Mite in his favor with pleasure and in Berks we bespeak for him a majority equally As great As that Given him in the fall of 48, upon the event of his re election to Congress. D a Snake tale. Says the lawyer very near approach reason in their Cun nigh _ a a. A a a i go thru Ete Stettin the study of serpents Down in Arl Gansas where i spent the most of last year. I done to know Why but i was constantly watching them i new situations and. Surrounding therewith novel expedients. Of All kinds i experimented most with rattlesnakes and copperheads. A one afternoon i seated myself on a Little know to smoke and read for i always had a Book or newspaper with me a and had been enjoying myself for some time when i espied a Copperhead making for a Hoie within ten feet of where i sat. Of course i threw Down my Book and Segar arid proceeded to try. A new Experiment. As soon As i stirred the Rascal made a Rush for the Hole but i caught his Tail As he got nearly in and jerked him some Twenty feet backward. He threw himself into a Coil in no time and waited for me to pitch in. Butl concluded to let him try his Hole again. After awhile he started for it stopping when i stirred to Coil himself up but As i kept pretty quiet he recovered Confidence and a gain went Ini again i jerked him out. No sooner did he hit the ground than he made a grand Rush for the Hole in a straight line for my legs Fco but that did not work for i got out Ottic Way and gave him another flirt a this time he Jay still awhile appearing to reflect on the course to retaken. After getting his head a Little Way in boarding Sci Ooi. anxiety of parents to secure the rapid Progress of their children while at school has led to the adoption in Many seminaries of a a a forcing process altogether beyond Tho capacity of a majority of the pupils and believed to be very injurious to their physical but whatever May be thought of the severe tasks of the school room during the secular week we Are quite sure that All reasonable persons will agree with us that an Extension of the same Rule to the religious services of the Sabbath is not Only without excuse but opposed to every established principle of judicious culture. A Friend has sent to one of the new York papers the following account of the sunday regulations at a school where a Young girl from that City was placed. No wonder that her health gave Way sunday regulations for a girls Board in school called Young ladies Seminary in a certain town n the ban state. Rise at half past 5 of clock breakfast a then prayers of half an hours from 9 to 10 to attend a prayer meeting at 10 of clock to Church until 12 of cock a dinner at half past 12 of clock to Church again from 1 to 3 of clock from 3 to 6 of clock learn Bible lessons Ana remember the texts of the two sermons so As to be Able to repeat them besides committing to memory another text called voluntary. Then Tea and while at the Tea table the texts above mentioned to be recited. After Tea to the Chapel of the school for Bible class instruction which including prayers lasts until 9 of clock. Quot from d to half past 9 of clock three chapters in he Bible to be read by each Pupil before going to Bod. The above Are the regulations of the Day of rest. What the herculean labors of the week ave May be imagined from the above. No wonder the Young victim of such a system broke Down after a few months trial and was taken Home where relieved from a a work work work till the brain Bogan to swim work work work till the eyes were heavy and dim a she again became the Bright cheerful healthy girl of sixteen Summers. Mending lately witnessed the Annua operation of mending roads in the country we Are in a a a fish fed to protest against the whole miserable system a system adopted in Early times and in some measure necessary in the first Settleman of a new country but utterly incompatil4e with the idea that we Are a progressive people because in the matter of Road making there is no Progress visible. We saw men at a Cark last week digging Black muck out of the ditch where a Road passed a swampy place and piling it up in the Eart Way to Iii ruts and level the surface. This is worse than wasted Labory it is a waste of a valuable manure without a single Iota of Benefit to the Road. It never will compact into a solid track. If wet it will Wash into and Down the Brook if dry it will turn to dust and blow away. One Load of gravel would be Worth Mote than the slow and easy muck i Gers would put on the Road in a week. In another place for a dozen rods in length the Road menders had piled up a sort of Winrow of sods slowed from a grass plat upon one Side of the track. These when by the travel were expected to fill a dishing cavity where the same sort of material probably had been put a dozen times before and As often turned to paste and washed Down Tho Hill. In a dozen places of a half mile Long Road up and Down a Hill the was cd Down Earth of former a endings was shovelled from its lodging places in the hollow Center of the track or used to form miniature dams to turn the Rainwater off through the Stone Walls into 1 the Fields. Next year i his same dirt can be shovelled lower Down and applied again in the same senseless useless Way. A few hours of breaking Stone or Quot carting gravel would do More to repair a the Road than a week of shovelling sods and Loam and. Quot in. No department of Rural labor is he stopped and wiggled his Tail Asj for la to Fuso much time wasted As in the an. L Onual repairs of r.av�ieliy�yiftn4sr-Aqfi in nothing that a Farmer undertakes does he seem so absolutely incompetent As in this particular Branch of business. He lbs tirely discards All science ignores All experience and Wil 1 up Ftp while mending his roads in never mending his ways. We say nothing of laying out new roads because in that there is one object aimed at that is generally accomplished the Fps a straight line with-"liwnvprnrr1 of a a or Obsta cles. Or if. This is not aimed the necessity of a crooked line is a purpose for me to grab it. I did so and quicker than a Flash he Drew his head out and came within about a Quarter of an Inch of striking me in the face. However i jerked him quite a distance and resolved to look out the next time. Well he tried the same game again but it work i was too Quick for him. This time he Lay in a Coil half an hour without stirring. At last however he tried it once More. He advanced to within five feet very slowly coiled again and then the Rascal got the Start of me by one of the cutest things you never heard of. A a How was that in we All Delu turned in one breath a Why a said the narrator sinking his voice to the Acme of solemnity a and looking As sober As a Man could look a Why he just turned toward my hand and Down the Hole Tail first a in pledged it will generally be found carried Over the steepest Hills when it -I.&Ltri,i jut wind around and lord Evelyn sop of the Earl of Bute and an officer in the guards wore Long runs laches and appeared Iti the House of commons of which he was a member. One Day him a my lord now that the War is Oyer wont you. Put your must echoes on Frio Geace establishment a �?o1 do not exactly. Know whether i shall do his lips shop a but i Quot would a but v0urv Loni my in i .teach.,the. Mommi l ky.-a., Jjo what if it should take me work at first it would Taitl ssh a i ter. Besides what an immense aggregate saving of transit Power vet to Good Road compared with one that is Ouy possible passable. Our whole so Sam of opening and repairing roads belongs to an ancient and Semi barbarous time and is in work by Rex is present age and every legislative to so a Blag that Negl dec is to Reform Tho Iii its ,.btegpress for once untie it a Call Jford a it jaw a. Law that Wei a not Sanction such g waste of Labory a 33 j u. Advise roti to put your Tongue on he is Tiht with far loss expense will g v civil list it a a a i. .1--------l. A is far Bettt roads throughout the Mai
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