Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
15 Jul 1863

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15 Jul 1863

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 15, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaTits it s30eb�<acaats��pekjqi�a�?z really and promptly executed at the advertiser office Lebakos Penn a this establishment a a now Bop plied win i an extor Sive assortment of Job Type which will he increased As the patronage demands. It can now turn out , of every description in a neat and expeditious manner Anden very reasonable terms. Suchias a pamphlets checks business cards handbills a circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of Faro invitations tickets &c., amp a. Deeds of ail kinds common . School justices constables and other Blanks printed correctly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for Sale at this office at prices Quot to suit the subscription Price of the on at v Kri sikh one Dollar and a half a tear. Address Ivy. M. , , a. Stutru Edster. Vol. 15�?no. 4. Special notice. On and after july 1st, 1863, the Privit Ege of Eon Varting the present Issue of Legal tender notes into the National six per cent. Loan commonly called a five twenties will a m All who wish to invest tue five Twenty loan must therefore nmn la before the 1st of july next. Jay Cooke subscription agent no. 114 st., Pili a. April so 1s03.�?3ui. Out lots Sale will be sold at private Sale. acres of land situated in Long Lane near the Borough line in township. It adjoins the land of widow Fulmar a on Tho North we. Atkins and John Krause on the East. Therein a one Story log House weather hoarded erected on the land and a Good Well in the a the land has Fine stones for Mir Rita. This tract will make a Nice Home for a Small family. Do it is free from ground rent. Good title will be Given. Adam 31itcber. N. tract is now covered with Fine grass Hal. Of which will be Given to the purchaser. Lebanon Junu 13, 1860. Lebanon pa., wednesday july 15, 1863. Whole no. 734. To Nail a association Philadelphia a. A amp Cie and other Irtz fictions of the sexual organs physical debility wild cram Atlate decay a new and reliable treatment in reports of the Howard association sentry Ifil in sealed letter envelopes free of a Barge. Add Lar. nod Luton Howmann association no. 2 South ninth Street pull Ane Vnti a. January 28, 1883.�?ly. A administrators notice. Quot prot Lee is hereby Given that letters of adm Tuisku Tion on the estate of John b�\c��ma4�, Emu of a South a in vile township Lebanon coup to pa., have been granted to the undersigned. All Persauo a a Hore forc having chums against a o Quested to present them and those june Viva to Uit los payment. Mary Baci Isian South Annville. Adn x. ,1acob Usu ice East Hanover adm v. May 27.18f3.�?st. Kemo Vaj. . Kreider has removed his office to his residence in the building formerly occupied by j. Sli Ellenberger two doors South of the county jail. _ May 27, 3 803. _ Seemoy Al. A a. Stanley Ulrich attorney at Law Nas removed his office to then idling one door was o f Laudermilch a store opposite the Walt Mugion House Lebanon a. Bounty and pension claims promptly attended l0 aprit8, �?T63.�?3m. Demo v Al. T. He Cadais attorney at Law hash buoyed Bis office to Market Street opposite the Lebanon Bank two doors North of widow Hisey a hotel. Lebanon March 25, e33,_ to tier a to Iirma District attorney has removed his office to the room lately occupied by or. Geo. P. Lineaweaver in Cumberland Street Lebanon a few doors East of the Eagle hotel and two doors West of gen. Weir mails office. Lebanon dec. 17,1s62.___ a a a Cyrus v. Miller m Walnut Street Neaily opposite the Buck hotel and two doors South from a hardware store. Lebanon april 9, we. Let a. I it. Albert offers ills professional services to the Cit Ixena of Jonestown and Vicinity. Office at the residence of or. Parry. Jonestown May 20,1863.�?tm. Or. Samuel s. Meily offers his professional services to the citizens of Lebanon and Vicinity. Office at the residence of mrs. Buch two doors West of office of or. Samuel behin dec a in Cumberland Street. Lebanon april 15,1863._._ or Samuel is. Light office at the old residence of or. Geo. Lle Idonur opposite the a ont House Lebanon a. Lebanon March 25, 03. Or. Bialk h. Light. /"yffb11s his professional services to the citizens of a the Borough of Lebanon and Vicinity. Office in Walnut Street two doors Forth of tire lutheran parsonage. March 4,1f63.__ or. C. Kreider. Offers his professional services to the Community of Lebanon and Vicinity. Office temporarily with or. Schreek in Walnut Street. Lebanon april 1,1sg3-�?3m._ _ George Clark dentist. Fico at the Engle hotel Lebanon. 0 particular attention paid to you Kanlic work and filling Teeth references c. N. Peirce d. D. S., professor of dental physiology and Oigt Ergative dentistry. No. 501 n�7th st.,Philadelphia. E. Wildman d. D. S., professor of mechanical dentistry. No. 24. st., rail Adelphin. James Truman d. D. S., demonstrator of operative dentistry. A Corner of Franklin and Green streets Philadelphia. . Bailey d. D. S., demonstrator of mechanical dentistry. No. 228 a 12th st., Philadelphia. Lebanon april 1,1863. New Cabinet and it c tort Billle subscriber respect fully informs the Public that a m largest and Best assortment of Furni Lush and chairs Ever offered to the Public of Lebanon county. He has cd hand at Bis Cabinet Ware rooms in North Lebanon Borough nearly opposite Zeller s hotel and a few doors South of Borgi fiery a a splendid assortment of Good substantial and fashion a Able parlor cottage and chamber furniture consisting of sofas Tete a tees lounges what not parlor Centre pier card and common1 tables dressing and common bureaus bedsteads work stands Wash stands and Kitchen furniture of All kinds. Also a Large and elegant variety of one Cir rack Spring seated chairs common Spring seated chairs All kinds of Spring seated rockers. Also Windsor Cane seated and common chairs and rockers of every description. &3l a goods sold Low and warranted to give satisfaction. Persons desirous of knowing the character of the goods Here offered for Sale can be fully satisfied of their durability by refer nce to those for whom he has met to Uia cured or to whom sold. Old furniture acid chairs repaired and varnished. N. made and funerals attended at the Mirtest notice. Joseph Bowman. North Lebanon september 10-1860 a be kind to the loved ones. Blanket shawls cloth Woolen clothing of a colors dyed Jet Block or Blue Black pressed the color warranted and goods turned out equal to new by Lyon Lemberger East h�7iovcr, jksf0�?T articles to be dyed can be left at Jos l. Lember i cry a drug store where All orders for the above will be attended to. March 11.1863. Or. Geo. P. Lineaweaver having been appointed by the commissioner of pensions at a Washington examining surgeon for pensions is pre. Pared to attend to All applicants for pension at his office in Market Street next door to the Post office. Lebanon March 25th, 1863.�?gt to officers and soldiers. Col Dion of pensions bounties Back and War claims. Phe respectfully informs the Public Al that he has opened an office for the purpose of collecting pensions bounties Buck Ami War claims. the rooms lately occupied by or. Bertn deceased. All orders attended to with promptness and dispatch. Lebanon apri29,1863.�?tf. Geo. Polk Felt or. Mutual fire insurance Corn of Annville Lebanon county Penn a. This company was incorporated March. 1859, and is now in full operation and ready to make insurance of dwellings and other buildings on furniture and merchandise generally. Also on barns. Contents Stock. Farm implements. Amp a on a Mutual principle managers. Samuel sen bold Jobu ii. Kinports George rigger John Allwein Rudolph Herr Joseph f. Matz a Hristian Bachman Liam earlyjr., George s. Bomgardner 1. D. A. Garman Geprge Dongs John d. Beiver Daniel s. Early a John Allwein president. Budolph ii exp try Aanner. Joseph . í81&Quot.11"�?T agent. A mn0t�e=�?~y�?T Fredericksburg. Annville 21arch 5,18g2.-ly,. Noticed 1111 s1 11 it is an<1 Cabinet Niak efs in a s a s vu1 by a paid by the dire rr/�?o�?~ifi�?��/i�?orpp00r a Circle of five Miles of the poor Houst As nil snob Torso Raj will be famished with coffins Fri of exp Ense on cation to the Steward at the l Oor House John b. Bowman "1 Oto Mimuss dircctor8 of 4,10 poor May 27,1863._ Jacob e. Kimme Rinan a thirst class hair dressing and 11air-Dyf-x ing Saloon Market Street near Cumberland and opposite the Eagle hotel. Being thankful for the Liberal patronage heretofore extended to him he would respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. Lebanon july 2,1882. N. Saloon we a be closed on sunday. W Eig l e a a. In Jtj it a we in amp Sisr Elk it no s for the Sale of bitter Siggs Heese Tallio paid poultry Gavie. Dried 1< nuts a Grain seed pc so. 170 Street one door above Washington. Nl1\ Yovic o Wei a Ley. I. R. Dewalt. J be kind to thy father for Young who loved thee More fondly than he he caught the first accent Tea Feli from thy Tongue and joined in thine innocent glee. Be kind to thy father for he sold his locks in Terito Egied wit i Gray his footsteps Are feeble once fearless and bold thy father is passing away be kind to thy Mother for look her throw a amp a traces of sorrow be seen a. A 0. Well May Sec thou Comfort and cherish her now f or Loving and kind has she been. Remember thy Mother for Clicc she will Pray As Long As god liveth her breath with accents of kindness then cheer her Lone Way e in to the dark Valley of death. To kind to thy brother his heart will have dearth if the Amilo of thy Joy be withdrawn the Flowers of feel my Wilt fads aft or birth if the View of affection begone. A be kind to Oliy brother wherever Yon Are than pearls from the Depths of the sell. To kind to thy sister not Many May know a the depth of True sisterly love i he wealth of the Ocean lies fathoms below the surface that sparkles above to kind to thy father once feh less and bold be kind to thy Mother so near be kind to thy brother nor show thy cold heart re kind to by sister so dear. A a neighbor time n to Seaich of r his wealth which had been shrouded in much mystery. In Ono bag was found Large Silver i uses. Such As dollars and half dollars crowds and half crowns in a Heap of was found a collection of guineas and seven shilling pie eos and Van a Box were found Bonds of various amounts including one for three Hundred pounds giving altogether a sum of about nine Hundred pounds. A will was also found Beiqiu Ishin Sun la pounds to theold woman and most of the remainder to Distant relations. Setting aside inf Fieric it to give i feast to ill . Gars who chose to Home and see his body lie in . The influx was immense end t i the funeral All Reti cd to i 1 i a a to a Hui been fit so be until after an agony of fifteen or sixteen minutes. These experiments were repeated on valves and sheep and in place of merely cutting the spinal marrow the head Vas separated from the body in order to observe the degree which would still remain in each of the separated parts. A calf was suspended and a Butcher s boy out its head off with a by Ife. This operation was accomplished in a a minute. The head was immediately placed on a table and it lost two ounces and a half of blood in the space of six minutes. During the first minute All the mus Eles of the face and neck were agitated with rapid convulsions and during the two following minutes the Eon a ecos visions assumed another character they i i Dut Quot a Ftp Vetti 10s t aft fit cd is 4t�ra?Nai a stretched ant of la in hand to the state room indicated commenced an assault on the door As if he would break it Down exclaiming at e a a a lick6 a for heavens Sake done to i ainu to a. Preacher 1�?� Tho whole Cabin was aroused every state room flying open with a slam when the door opened and the a Arkansas traveller a poking out his head coolly remarked a old Boss you re too late a. P�0t�mtt�tti�., Rich beggars. There Are multitudes of instances of beggar who amid squalor rags in a Busin Ess in All its varieties at his stand on a and dirt utterly tin set Ahlo Coll la Ivo Cumberland Street Lebanon nearly opposite the Buck i a hotel and ave a Supply customers Svith Thebes bread to. Rtt la fuss. a Lulu Suttis of Loncy is Roll k a Scot Tigh new York Allen k brother do w. W. Sci Fritzge esq., do Jones t Shepard do Slaus son. Lali Acha Fang inn. Do a Iussig. Johnson do . Breslin Esq Lebanon. A l. Betz. Cant a Ohio to. O. Curry amp co. Bankers. Erie. A Hon. John a tiles Allentown a. Tan. 14.1s63. A Wylie my i ambry if k hurler signed would respectfully inform Tho civil Zeris of Lebanon that Thebas compter teed the bake cakes &c., a. Flour received from customers and returned to them in bread at Short notice. Confection eries of All kinds fresh and of the Best constantly on lived and furnished at the la weat prices. The Public is invited to give me a trial. Leb non nov. 9,1s59. F. H. Ebur. For obvious reasons they generally conceal their wealth during life and it is Only Vohon the breath is out of their body that the Golden hypocrisy is discovered. Usually the hoarded s w. Pc leu amp Ali amp co., to. -37 Park Row new York amp 6 state st. Boston Are Orr agents for the a a advertisers in those cities and Are authorized to take advertisements and for us at our lowest hates. May 21, 1862. Coins Aro found sown or up in rags or a in accordance we a the solemn season of death. A a. A one curious regarding a beggar con Metod with the town of dump pcs vie pm mention Ohio feel Lent authority a son of he passed through i the cows of humanity 7 latin in the a University of Edinburgh under the c be of Tho prof Cosoi 1862, or. Pillaos.�?T. The visible in Days of old Long before the deep solitaires of the West were disturbed by White men. Is was the custom of the ii Dun w Unis o Tho Forest to ass Mold it High at Mai in t. Of Niagara and offer sacrifice to these Uithof the ills the offering Tonsi Ted of a we to Canoe full of Ripe fruits and Beautiful Flower 5, which the Bells of Limerick. There is a curious and interesting tradition connected with the heels of Limerick Cathedral. The Story is and will Bear repetition they were it is said brought originally from Italy where they were Tern ate by the nostrils opened As Tui us. No avg. The animal experienced a difficulty in breathing. The convulsions became More Active when the Tongue or nostrils were pricked with a when Tho hand was applied to Tho month or nostrils respiration was Felt to be continued by the air on Teit ing and coming out. When a Finger was brought to within an Inch of the. Eye _ in the direction of the Pupil Tho Oye a of Domestic happiness. This was quickly closed As if it wished to a Ever was not to Continuo. In result of years of anxious to Ibex Pended in their production. They were subsequently purchased by the prior of a neighbouring Convent and with the profits of this Sale the Young italian procured a Little Villa where he had the pleasure of hearing Tho tolling of his Bells from the. Convent Cliff and of growing old in the bosom a a Quot a How Ever was not to Continuo. In some avoid the touch of the Finger and the of those broils whether civil or for same result followed at several inter j eign which Are the undying worm in Vals. At length the Eye did not close the peace of a fallen the Good until the eyelid was touched. It was i Talian was a sufferer among remarked that the Eye remained Clos he inst his All and after the passing Edas Long As the Finger remained in j of the storm found himself preserve Contant with it. These Phenomena de alone amid the wreck of Fortune became gradually won Keiwand ceased friends family and Home. The Eon entirely after four minutes. Even j vent in which the Bells the chiefs do then when the spinal marrow was. Ouvre of his skill were hung was Pic inked with a Needle the a Onvil j razed to the Earth and the Bells were Sions recommenced in the entire face a carried away to another land. The North Lebanon steam grist Mill Grain wanted Ryphe undersigned will Purchase Hull kinds of Grain such a wheat Rye Corn Oats. Ac., at their steam Mill in the uti iou canal for which the highest Market a rices will be paid in Cash. 4�All kinds of customer Tvorik will be done at the shortest notice Aud in the most satisfactory manner lire Public is respectful la invited to give us trial. Felix Light Gideon Light David l. Light. Non the Lebanon. May 21.1862.__ Abraham Swierk. David s. Long. A Ujj Quot 0 j1 a y in a a a seeds gain j us mass the Una Erin red Havig formed a partnership in 3 i r g will hung and Grain business. Wonlu respectfully invite the attention of the Public to their establishments. They will con Hue to keep at the late stand of sheer Geesaman amp Long a most Complete Stock of Al kinds of goods usually kept in a country stove which they will retail cheap for Gash or country produce. They also want to Huva for Cash 50,000 bushels of wheat. 30,000 bushels of Hye 20,000 bushels of c0r.n, w ,. _ ,., 25,000 bushels of Oats. Left one Hundred and sixty pounds. For which they will the highest Market i it j u a Svor Aoe. The win keen a Mary Wilkinson beggar and Bone grubber whose rags of cloths conc Al Tongue and eyes. After the sixth minute All contraction ceased. While these experiments were being performed the body which re Straw bods or otherwise hidden in j was paddled Over the terrible Falls by holes and Corners it is Only in a few the fairest girl who had just arrived instances that the beggar ventures to at the age of won Vannood. It was invest his Money in a Bank Cham a counted an Honor by the tribe to Book of Bays in. Discussing Tho a Whoso lot it Felto make the fearful subject reports a few instances of this i Sacri ice and even Tho doomed maid ,. C a a of a Plo. We quote. I e. A mid to. A in , to be a among the Many reported exam selected to the whte Canso on a do wa8 Tel of iced by feb leg conto i j 0f spirit he formed the Resolution of j tjj0re a tons which continued More than seeking the place to which the treas unfortunate owner haunted by his memories and deserted by his Hopes became a wanderer Over his hair grew Gray and his heart j withered before by again found a the agitation ceased gradually Home and Friend. In his desolation j pies of Rich beggars have been Daniel its hideous errand Eagle who begged for thirty years a stoical heart of Tho red Man in London and lived in a room which a Are feelings which cannot to subdued was never cleaned during the whole and i hoi is Al cd n p of to ined too period. After his death coins to the a tight. A Quot a the o a by Dail tor of a chef of the value of Twenty five pounds Sterling were found. A Margarie t , who died m wretched Fil in in st. A Ileus at the ago of one Hundred and one years and in whose Hovel was found thirty pounds Copper. A Margaret Everett an a equally Squal lid beggar who left one Hundred und fifty pounds behind her. Seneca indians wa3 chosen As a sacrifice offering to the spirit of Niagara. Her n Tler h id be is i n by a bios a i t be in 1 he lathe a the bravest amongst Bis Stern b w so Don have to i a Bloom ing child who v�4s now the Only Joy to which he Clung on Earth. When Tho lot of the doomed Ono fell on his More. An hour. But this Wasil ways observe ures of his memory had been borne of in whatever manner the Throat j to sailed for Ireland and proceeded was Cut. Forty calves and fifty sheep j up the Shannon the vessel anchored j were decapitated and they All pre in the Pool near Limerick and lie j rented the same Phenomena. The hired a Small boat for the purpose of director of the Paris Slaughter houses convinced himself by these expert me is 11 at a of suffered More by be no deep t Ted than by being s Ruck Down with a Leavy bar of Iron and that the bar. By producing an4 mime do ate soup faction prevents the animal from suffering while the blooding immediately effected Dep ves my or lire Defore Tho head recovers beloved daughter not a muscle of his Esther Davis who died in London a rigid countenance moved in the Pride at the advanced age of one Hundred of Indian endurance he crushed Down j and Throe and who for thirty years the agony which rent his bosom. At 1. Had the double chances of a Street length the fatal Day arrives Savage a the of Pew ments the painless nature beggar and a Parish pauper. She Landing. The City was now before him and he beheld st. Mary a Steeple lifting its turreted head above the smoke and m r of the old town a lie sit in Tho Stein and looked fond futo car is it it w s to evening1 so Calm and Beautiful As to re Mitard him of has own native Hoavan in the sweetest time of the year the death is juror ask and Wmk we Kilt by we m. Uses cur2d sup it Tokhi sew a iding Omta so a at one Dollar and fifty Conti a year inserted at the usual rates �?os9i the of Lena of the establishment and the Public to step Ftp la Are respect Fally solicited to a in their Poniers of in handbills priv Ted it a n Hmira notice rates of postage. In Lebanon county postage oat of Lebanon county 31� cents ner Quarter or 13 cents a year. A state waste. Pct qua her or 26 cts. A year it the postage is not paid in Advance rates Are double. We Are prepared to _ print horse Bills in handsome style on Tirol notice and at reasonable rates. Done to spillpiegravy7�?g�t��n7 the famous american traveller and co Hector of Indian curiosities Fitas keen some stirring incidents in the course of his adventures. Tho following to related by a fellow traveller who gave cation the sobriquet of a a governor Quot a one Day when he bad landed and most of our party were lying asleep on the boat which was drawn under the Shade of some Large Trees the governor and i had collected Wood and made a Large fire on the Bank two or three rods from the boat Over which we were roasting a fat pig which i had shot from the boat during the morning. I was squatted Down on one Side of the fire holding amp Short handled frying in which he had made so every Rich the governor who was squatted Down opposite me was lading Over the pig with a wooden spoon a of a sudden 1 observed his Eye fixed upon a now i want you to keep perfectly Cool and done to spill the Gravy there is a splendid Tiger right behind you a i held on to the frying and turning my head gradually prot id bad a full View of the fellow within eight paces of me lying Flat on his Side and with his paws lifting up and playing with the legs of Otap of our spaniards who had Laid himself Down upon Bis belly and was fast asleep. Our rifles were in the boat the governor Drew himself gradually Down the Hank on his hands and feet ordering me not to move. I a Quot a Quot a to Hopes he would have taken the old Minnie but he preferred to take his own weapon and getting it to Bear upon the beast he was obliged to wait some minutes for it to raise its head so As not to endanger the poor spaniard Quot at the crack of the Rifle the animal gave a piercing screech and leaped about fifteen feet straight into the air and fell quite dead. The spaniard leaded nearly As a Farid a different direction and at the same instant behind a lit tie Bunch of bishes on the opposite Side and not half the distance from the fire and right behind the Gover norms Back where he had been sitting sprang the mate which darted into the Thicket and disappeared. We skinned Quot this Beautiful animal which was shot exactly bet Veen the eyes and after All had been withdrawn to the boat waited several hours Iii Hopes that the other one would show itself again but waited in vain and lost our they will also take Grain on storage. The will keep always on hand and sell at the lowest Price goal by the boat Load or by the ton All kinds of Mill feed Salt plaster amp a. They solicit the Hus ideas of All their old friends and the Public and will Endeavor to Deal on such lib ral and just principles As will give satisfaction to All. Sherk amp Long. North Lebanon March 19, is62. To the Public. Spite bad fifteen years practice x in spaying castrating altering or gutting Stock for Farmers and Haring purchased the tools of i Peter Sirott deceased offers Bis services to the Farmers and the Public in general feeling confident that he will give satisfaction to nil. Ilis residence is at Tho j Turnpike. M from Ile Iligo a tavern a Miles from j Annville and Miles from Lebanon. A Simon Snavely. I South Annville tp., april 29, 1863.�?3m. Festivities and a joining Are prolong a of Rex movement is not properly de until the Siva Des of evening close con8ldered�?T and the experimenter around an or the Spring. The Broad Streamas Quot Quot geared like one smooth Mirror and it is obvious that in this record of \ the Little vessel glided through it. On a Slid Den amid the general stillness the Bells from Tuta Cathedral com moneyed tolling the rowers rested on like a feast. But the Pale i i Nova r, should procure the assistance of a their oars and the vessel went Ford the darkness of night . A avn1�in Ward with the in Milse it had received three Hundred pounds in Money. A Alice Bond who had risen to the dignity of three Hundred pounds in the funds besides fifty in guineas half guineas and seven shilling pieces a rises in the still h pall Upo i the wild funeral and Twenty three pounds in Silver j and the mists Rofu the mighty Falls s beef whose bed Andrieko gleam with a softy furniture yielded a Booty of no less j Niagara Thunder than eight Hundred pounds. A but All besides is a and a poor Joe All alone a a famous j Queen of night chata tei about a Century ago who j laughing Waves wore a Long Beard and had hot lain a breathes of love teams of the rising Moon Casta Mystic Light upon the dark Waters higher and higher she avens and the foam and Silvery Light i into the dark abyss n a Calm repose the Good physiologist in order to explain j Ward with the impulse it had receive j the character of the result observed j de. The aged italian looked towards a in that ease he will probably arrive. The City crossed his arms on his at very different conclusions from i breast and Lay Back in his seat Home those above lancet j happiness Early Rocolle Elion friends. _ j family1�?All were in the sound arid went with it to his heart. When the rowers looked Rotan they beheld him with his face still turned towards the too fast for then. Early this morning there were and p. Ded to our company of travellers who a Cathedral but his eyes were closed Stoops to kiss Tho. Ookf-5 iffy much a key and All nature a c0�pte of 1��?�. The gentleman a and peace and Hap a it a. Raw boned Sweetmon of the a half and by Hicri they landed they found him 1 dead spectacles. Or. us Chinqu Tho celebrated optician 43 Maiden Dane a jew York informs Tho i Ticus of lab anon county that he has appointed d. Rarer druggist his agent to sell his. Celebrated brazilian spectacles Gold Silver and steel cases suitable for any description of eyes. A amp up purchasers will please Bear in mind that d. A Kab Ejus drug store is the place to buy Good pj2ctacles. A Lebanon March if1862. Removal. North Lebanon Saddle and har Saess Mami a Corv. The undersigned has removed his saddlery and Ilar Nessi manufactory to a few doors souths of the old place to the Largo room lately of coupled by Billman amp bvo., As a liquor store where be will be Happy to son All his old friends Ami customers and where he has increased facilities for attending to All thu departments of his business. Being determined to be behind no other establishment in his abilities to accommodate customers to has spared neither pains nor expense to obtain and make himself master of every Modem improvement in the business and secure the services of the Best workmen that Liberal wages would command. Lie will keep it Largo Stock of baud and manufacture at Tho shortest notice All descriptions of ii Aunkst Buch As saddles bridles Carriage harness of All kinds heavy harness buggy whips of the Best manufacture. Buffalo it Obos Fly nets such As Cotton worsted Linen and a new kind lately invented whips of every kind such As buggy whips cart whips amp a Llames of All descriptions. Halter chains Home made traces ac., amp Aall of which to will warrant to be equal to any that can be obtained in any other establishment in Tho country. All he asks that those desiring anything in this line should Call at Bis place and examine Jii Stock. He feels the fullest Confidence in his ability 10 give entire satisfaction. Iks All orders thankfully received and promptly it cried to. Solomon Smith. North Lebanon Borough aug. 13, 1862. Established 1760 Peter lc5r�llard, snuff amp tobacco manufacturer 16 amp 18 Cha bees st. Formerly 42 Chatham Street new York a would Call the attention of dealers to Tho articles of Bis manufacture Viz Brown Sim ii Macaboy bpm Gros. Flue Rappee pare Virginia coarse Rappee a Natchitoches american gentleman Copenhagen yellow a Tiu to scotch Honey Dew scotch High Toast scotch fresh Honey Dew scotch Irish High Toast fresh scotch. Orlund foot. A a attention is called to the Large reduction in prices of Fine Cut chewing and smoking a tobaccos which will be found of a Superior Quality. Tobacco. Sm9king. Fine Cut Chi owing. Smoking. Long p. A. L., or Plain. Jag it it a a. No. 1,. Cavendish or Sweet Spanish no. 2, Sweet scented Oronoco canister nob.1&2 tin foil Cavendish turkish . ,. 6 Iro ular of prices will be sent on apply Catick. New York april a 1s6&.�?ly in leu for Unity Yeara he left three a Pines the wild Ijo rigs and the Wilder j 10rsc�?T half Alligator Cash it to j�n4 pm �?z/, h a will i of in. R Jio Lig Bud by which i he in. A non Donly Boa Tolj Dolend Jim p a by to certain widows and orphans. A arrived and a i fish an awful and.,. Tax a a foreign countries Are not Wehount mysterious Hurlis upon the a Agor Nae re 9 so Eldick last night instances of like Kinta. Witness the listening crowd. A 4- a i e. A a pc a. Oct Odoo of boons to did a cd la a a ids. A rom this Roo a Piir a a do a bang him in 1812. He was competent to teach j from the Bank a As a professor of languages during Tho into the fierce Ray ment Escapa is Young girl Drea the frantic yells i of encourage Mejt burst from Tho Bank. Said ii ill leaves the Dart and shoots Forth a upon the j a few powerful so nohacs from tnapad1 j Dlo of the and hip canoes Are Side by Side thu oven of the Fath-1 or and child Moos in. One last look of j love As together ency plunge Over i the thundering tatar into Sterni to 1 a i i Day and went out begging at night. After his death Twenty thousand crowns were found under the floor of j Cal Only she steers his room. He had refused to Seo a j Ards the Centre o brother for thirty Jears because he Oneo sent him a letter without prepaying the postage this Danton however was an example rather of Tho miser than the beggar popularly so considered. Some beggars have been remarkable quite As Rauch for their eccentricity As for the amount of Money they left behind such was the Case with William Stevenson who died at Ell Marnock on the seventeenth of july 1817. Although bred a Mason the greater part of his life was spent As a beggar. About the year 17s7, he and his Wile separated making this strange agreement that whichever of them was first to propose a reunion should Foi Fei Tono Hundred pounds to the other. According to the statement a Quot a a scotch papers there is no evidence he says that a Tho Consor that they Over saw each other again. In 1815, when about eighty five years old Stevenson was seized with an incurable disease and was confined to his bed. A few Days before Bis death feeling his end to to near he sent for a Baker and ordered twelve dozen Bux Ial cakes a Large Quantity of sugared biscuits and a Good Supply of wine and next sent for a Joiner and instructed him to make a Good sound dry Roomy a a comfortable coffin. Next he summoned a Gravedigger whom he requested to select spot in the churchyard of Bic Earton and there dig a Rooney and comfortable grave. This done he ordered an old woman who attended him to go to a certain Nook and bring him outline pounds to All these preliminary expenses assuring her that she was remembered in his will shortly after this he died. Reid marked a a we re going to have a wedding and would like to have you to Many fond associations Are linked with the word Home 1 a fathers approving smile a a Mother s Doat ing love a brother a fond Caress a Sisters deep answering affection All Are Sweet links binding the weary spirit to its Early Home. There too is the cheerful fireside and joyous group of Long tried friends or perchance with eager expectation the Welcome message from a absent one is unfolded and read with thrilling interest while with glistening Eye and hopeless. But the is not of la who in Quot a fall right sir a he replied laugh deep Heartfelt sincerity Quot i wish he was r for shouts a or. A Here a is breathed from lip to lip and meets nil iwo nation we stepped into the ladies Cabin a ready response in every Kindred breast to of v 1 o line to when sure enough tie couple stood j there is nothing on Earth so nearly Allied quote i Hito a a us i waiting. There had been several j to a Cave As the Union of Kindred hearts Nonoi w i j a digging games a and several mock in the Home Circle. It is a germ of Hap or 1, 0 1 �?T1 marriages gone to Lirovich with during piness planted on Earth to be perfected in Iii Iii life. The French correspondent of the tunes gives an account of some experiments recently made in Paris As to the most Humano Mode of deprive in the ing oxen and other animals of Fidencia he says that conservator of Tho Paris slam Riutor Bouses being ion that the motto of Albugh Turing. Oxen by in i g to o the head with a. Iii Ivy motu.1 Nib intent must Canso the a Uund exc Osco pc pain in Devi o i to a c t Ott or Mode to avoid Illus suffering and at. Tho same time to preserve the daughter than from the Luangv i la Winch Hoy Are exposed in Tiu pc Foi this diag o Able duty 11 thought that ener vation would accomplish this object and this opinion was founded on the doctrine taught by physiologists who assert that the separation of the spinal marrow at Onee destroys animal life experiments were tried on More than one Hundred oxen and it was demonstrated that although the of was More quickly put to death his sufferings were not More excruciating inasmuch As his r was preserved and death did not on or to feel the Pang of separation nor the blighting influence of change then happiness will be perfected and Bliss consummated. The evening and a supposed that this j heaven. In heaven a these Kindred was merely a continuation of the j spirits meet found the throne of love Nev sport and so thought the preacher who i could Sec had a Good Deal of humor in him and was inclined to promote general Good feeling and merriment the couple stood up be fore him a Good Deal More solemn than in a mock marriage i thought and the a a preacher asked the necessary questions and then proceeding in a the usual Way. Announced them a Umah and there was a Good Deal of fun afterwards and when it was Over i loft Tho Cabin and so did the remarked to to that to liked to Seo you no folks enjoying themselves and took a Good Deal of pleasure in contributing to their fun a but he did not understand Why they selected him to the just then some Ono called me aside and the old gentleman stepped into his state room which was next to mine. When i returned the door stood open and the a a preacher stood just inside with his coat and Vest off and one Boot in his hand talking with the Cren Lemari who played the a attendant a and who As i came up remark eds. A Well if that a the cd be it is a Good Joko for they Are dead in Earnest and have gone to the same state the old gentleman raised both hands As. He exclaimed. A a a Good heavy to Styop a do no to Tell us so a Andi in Shirlig just As he was Boot a late reverend Clergyman who was As Well known for his eccentricities As his talents one Day sent his son a Lazy lad about twelve years of age to catch his horse. The boy was sauntering along with an ear of Dan in one hand and the bridle in the other dragging the reins on the ground. �?o01 Iver a called the father in a solemn tone of voice a come Here. Oliver i want to say a word to you before you a you khow Oliver 1 have Given you a great Deal of Good counsel you know How i have taught you before closing your eyes to say a now i Lay me Down to sleep a Etc besides a great Many other things in the Way of exhortation and advice. But this is the last Opportunity i May Ever have of speaking to you. I could t let it pass without giving you my parting advice. Be a Good boy Oliver and Al ways say that pretty prayer before going to sleep. I fear i shall never see you As he said this in a very sad and solemn manner the poor boy began to be frightened and burst into tears with the exclamation. A you Lynever see me again Palm a no for i. Shall probably die before you get Bank with the a sea sick following letter purporting to have been found in a bottle of a a a voyage from san Francisco to hew York is supposed to be the last Adieu of a a Over at sea to his inf Horace at Home. A my Barlin Julia a we a re Gbidi Down at lease so the Fust Mait informs me very soon that kind gentleman advises me to do my career of Yearth. I feel very queer havin it no breakfast and my sapper Hayiff gone the Rong a. The Waits is Rol Lin mountings Lii and our dying Stuard advises pork and ti8d Tea. A. String. I feel very sad a should like to take my hat and go Ashour. The captin is very kind hearted and i ant so soft shelled Stu mimicked that he is always or Dorin me below and i fee constantly like coming up. Of if i was Ash oar id never a done to sea agin never never never ,. Just to plague me they be bin and salted All the Potter. This morn in 1 was sick to i Stu Mick and undertook to get a drink. O you have no Idear How Salt it was. I asked Tho Mait wot the Bause was and he sed it was on account of All Tho pork barrel have a leaked. ,. There now we Are Goin i Hoard the captin say to a Largo cultured gentleman you a better Light the lamps before Yon go Down and i can feel it two. The ship is pitching and the sailors is Duin up the sails to take pm Ashlar them As Kan swim wot Kan Ido i aint Otto the Kii Rhale and the Warter is so Damp that it cum into i bunk last rite. All you la Ever know about me will be this Here bottle and von can to rely upon get Iii it Vurry Sartin whales is do thick in this Lon gertude.,. There we re Goin Down now l must Seel the hot a the rest was illegible. A Quak Eress on person a Man we suppose published a communication Over Tho signature of a truth a attacking crib line. A very pretty Quak Eress replies to the strictures and says a would beg thee to show me a More forlorn hopeless looking creature than a Hoo Piess Woi Hati. Didst Ever notice Ono Hie along the Street like an annoy need package of contraband goods run the attn lot of inspection ? behold How he Robe clings to and caresses her mud clogged heels collapsing with every motion like a broken Springer rain drenched does she a Enchant thee with adoring love a does she not rather look As if Sho had come from the shivering top of the North pole,.or just emerged from the South Why even the Little boys and puppies treat her with contemptuous satire. And where is the Grace of Carriage and ease of gait that signifies and. Distinguishes those of the a Skeleton beside what More is needed to prove Tho undeniable value of expansions Quot than their adoption and Wear by Many of eur serious sect who ape never known to Chai go the Mode of our

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