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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 22, 1857, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaLebanon re urn Eft to it water Fawi git Auh Ftak tit a i to Fate of go Waltow Rab a Ranal intelligence. Pm full a a a 421. 5y we. M. ,. Pa., wednesday july 22, 1857. �terms�?81,50 a year. Isaac Hoffer Rifelj Reyor and conveyancer office in Cumberland Street opposite the _ a Eagle hotel a Lebanon a. Lebanon april 22, 1357.-1 y. Levi of Leila attorney at Law will attend promptly to All business entrusted to him office in Cumberland Street Sec i end door East from Market Street and opposite the Engle buildings. Feb ebb a May in Law. B Litho Val. D r. We. M. Guilf011d has removed Bis office to Bis now residence on Market Street a few doors North Fraber amp Ovest store and by it Weon it and the new lutheran a Lidreh. Lebanon dec. 10, 1856.-tf. Pm k Sale. At private Salo two building lots on the Corner of Chestnut and Eliaabeth streets East Lebanon for further particulars apply to j. H. Keim Daguerre typist. Lebanon june 3, ls57.-it. The Central Boot a shoe store Daniel Grae to with Many thanks to my patrons for their Liberal patronage thus fur bestowed and the determination to Merit a continuation of the same i am now ready ladies and gentlemen having disposed of my Winter Stock to offer you a Well selected Spring and summer Stock. Como and see and judge for yourselves. I will Tell you the place and you never will forgot when you once behold Gru efts Beautiful fit of gaiters bootes or Busias which Greet with a Graceful appearance on the ladies feet. My place May be found where each of my Fried a tis Liore May be fan mls Hll ds�8p ads swell i it Difatte Berland Street in comely Greet rns Well made for Sale. A second hand Stern engine 10 horse Power. It is to be sold to make room for our of a larger site apply to a. Major amp brother. Lebanon july 1,3 ss7. A Tasi Srsa Lotel hers sides Whitefish mat Sucrel herring choose vinegar tobacco sugars flour feuding it by amp cd for Sale by a c. Reisner. Lebanon july 30, 1s58. Wanted twelve Good flour Darrel Coopers at to Genesee Mills in Lebanon to whom constant work and Good wages will to Given. Hone but sober steady workmen need apply. Jan envy 7, 1857, a Stroub carpenters w a Attis. In Good Journeyman carpenters 1/� wanted immediately at the steam planing Mills of Tho undersigned in this Borough. None but the Best of hands required to whom Liberal wages will be Given. Apply to Boas Gasser amp Gettle. Lebanon Fob. Is ls57.-tf. Ptg Wikel bricklayer and jobber j Union Deposit Dauphin county Penn a. J i am prepared at nil times to put up Brick j work in All its brandies and in the shortest notice also Brice buildings , i inn Walls Boshes hearths and ail work connect Erl with a Furnace done. Jas Quot a gang of Stone i masons always ready to put Down foundation1 and do Stone work of every description. It july 1, 1857 of. P. G. Wikel. I my Bow a Barber shop. A is Liore May be fou my nil patterns Wen Maue got up in tall style for the opening Spring Trade. Come gentlemen you that Wynta , a 1 have got a Spring fashion that surely will suit if a calf or a Kip of Good mechanical skill just give me a Call Jill fit you at will. Ladies and gentlemen i also would cull your attention1 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 your Timo if you wish to so a Largo assortment of trunks Valise and different kinds of bags. Come one come All. March 25,1857. �1 Aly amp Williams would respectfully inform the Elti Zons of Lebanon that they have opened a first class shaving and hair dressing Saloon in Market Street opposite Tho Lebanon Bank. They would Solitt a share of the pubic patronage. Lebanon May 20, 1s57.�?tf. Boot amp she store. Jacob Rea die respectfully informs the Public that to 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 a boots and shoes and every one who wishes to Purchase fashionable and durable articles in his line to Call and examine for themselves his Large and varied Stock. He is determined to surpass All Competition in the manufacture of every article in Hia business suitable fur any Market in the Union. A due care a taken in Rogard to material Send workmanship j Nono but the Best Quality of leather and other materials Are used and none but the Best workmen Are employed. P. returns his sincere thinks to Bis friends for the very Liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on him. Lie Hopes by strict attention to business and endeavouring to please his customers to Merit a share of Public patronage. Lebanon oct 17, 1s56. John Oas sett. George Gasser. Roots slides rats Capis trunks dpc., pc. Tii subscribers respectfully invite the attention of the citizens of Lebanon and Vicinity to a examination of their new Stock of goods just received from Philadelphia. They Hare a general assortment of the latest styles of All kinds of Home made and City if orc and also make to order at Short notice any article in their line that May be wanted. Done to forget that the store has been removed from the old location to a Phreaner s old building a next door to the Washington House Cumberland Street South Side. They tender their thanks to their old customers and solicit a continuance of their favors and Trust that a great Many new ones will cheer them with their patronage the Ftp so a a to he heat in a a a hiring Cheep articles in their line. La apr. 22, 1857. J. Amp g. Gasser. Dam Al. Cairn William Tice it. A. Diff Pix. A Radii wanted. _ wheat Rye Oats Corn jfc., at the Centre warehouse on the Union canal i i i it Hozian re to nor. In Meyers town fur which the highest Market 0tl,h Ems prices will he paid. They also keep con located Liim i let Street nearly oppo stint in in hand Ami for Sale Sulphur Coal stove a Coal and Coal fur Lime burners which they sell at r the lowest prices. Uric i Tice amp co. Myerstown june id 1857.-3tu_ wanted it the Geneses Mills in the Borough of Loba Usu wheat Rye Corn a Oats in any Quantity fur Winch the highest Market a prices will to Paul in Cash by january 7, 1857. Myers amp 8ho�ob. Philip f. Filc Caulis j fashionable Boot and shoe maker site the United Hall one door North i . Will pay Tho following rates of interest on deposits on and after the 1st it Day of March 1857, Viz a for 1 year and longer 6 per annul j for 0 months and longer 5 per annul. A for 3 months and longer 4 , per annul. I requiring a Short notice of withdrawal and affords a Liberal line of accommodations to those who j May favor it with deposits payable on demand. Will i pay a Premium on Spanish and Maxi can dollars. And also on old american dollars and Hale dollars. Will make collections on and 5 remit to All parts of the United states the Cana a Das and Europe negotiate Loans. Ac., &c., and do a general Exchange and banking business. G. Dawson Coleman president. Geo. Gleim cashier. Dauphin amp Susquehanna Railroad connecting tub valleys of the Susquehanna amp. Schuylkill from Harrisburg to Auburn 59 Miles summer arrangement of and after monday june 29, 1857. To passenger trains each Way Dally except sundays. Trains going . 1�?leave Harrisburg at 5, a. at Auburn at 7.55, a. M. Trains going . 2�?loave Harrisburg at 3.13, p. at Auburn at 6.50, p. M. Trains going . 3�?leave Auburn at 8.45, a. at Harrisburg at 11.47, a. M. Trains going . 4�?leave Auburn at 4.37, p. at Harrisburg at 7.50, p. M. Passengers by trains nos. I 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 Alissa rail Road and its connections to Tamaqua Catawissa Danville Milton Williamsport Elmira Buffalo Niagara Falls and All Points of the North and West of the United Stales 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 Donn oct with trains of the Pennsylvania Central rain Road for Lancaster and Philadelphia or for Pittsburg and the West and with the Cumberland Valley rail Road for Carlisle Chambersburg amp. And with the Northern Central rail Road to York Baltimore Washington City and All the rail Road Points of the Southern states or to Millersburg Georgetown and Treverton on the Susquehanna. 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 a face. R. W. Mason cold Spring office supt and cashier. Lebanon county Pena july 8, 1857-4t. Velmer machine works. Opposite the Lebanon Valley r. R. Depot Lebanon Lebanon county a. We. Amp p. L. Weimer. Proprietors Mann facture steam engines from i to 300 horse Power of the latest styles and patterns with All the modern improvements. Also Superior portable engine 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 Blest furnaces of improved construction. Forge hammers of p. A Weitner so patents rolling a Lili sawing planing and flouring Mill fixtures mining pumps hoisting machinery for Minos and Stone quarries Railroad cars Iron Bridges shafting hangers i pulleys turning lathes Drill presses planing machines brass Stop Cocks Salver and brass fixtures Globe Steaki valves of All sizes and machinery and castings of every description. Also boilers of any size form and weight made of the Best Materia by Well known and ex-1 Peri need workmen smoke stacks water tanks Gas flues Heaters and Sheet Iron work of every description. Our boiler sheets Are All tested by to Stu arcs of 2 moles an each Square any imperfection is thus detected and the faulty Sheet rejected j 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 baud 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. Ass repairing attended to with promptness and despatch. A gang of boiler makers always ready for boiler repairs. Blacksmith work made to order. A a a to 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.uiting. Somebody. Somebody a courting somebody. A somewhere or other to night. Somebody a Lii spa ring to somebody somebody a list Ning to somebody under this Clear Moonlight v near the Bright River a flow running so still and slow talking so soft and Low she sets with somebody. Pacing the oceans Shore a edged by the foaming Roar words never breathed before sound Sweet to somebody. Under the Maple tree deep though the Shadow be Plain enough they can see Bright eyes has somebody. No one site up to wait though she is out so later All know she sat the Gate talking with somebody. Tip toe to parlor door two shadows on the floor Moonlight reveals no More Susy and somebody. Two sitting Side by Side. Float with the ebbing tide. A thus Dearest May to Glide through life a says somebody. Somewhere somebody makes love to somebody to night. A mryl Kuboth a Comber Ancl Street one door last of Tho a filhe undersigned managers arc individually a a Bawoh Glorso a local. _ Dpi j in liable to Tho extent of their estates for All the subscriber desires to in j deposits and other obligations of the to partner form the Public that he has open 1 a a a a Odas above where he is prepared to execute orders for boots and shoos of the finest finish and style and equal if not Superior to any heretofore offered to the Public. May 27, 1s57. Looking glasses. 6i. If. Duwees you Cesale and retail manufacturer of for ornamental and Plain guilt looking Glass j �09, portrait and picture frames of every Stylo a Large Stock of to above always on hand which i j will sell from 10 to 15 loss than Auy other i establishment in the City paintings and Encura discs amp a. Old work re quilted a a Liberal discount to the Trade. A. A. Dewees. No. 154 North 2d Street below race West Side april 29, 1857.�?6m. Phuodn., old no. 102. Saving fund i of til r _ National safety Trust co. Ship filed in the prothonotary a office of Lebanon county trading under the name and style of the a a Lebanon Simon Cambron g. Dawson Coleman Georgr , Levi Kline James Young Augustus Boyd leb., 17/57. George Gleim. A new York advertisements. From Albert g. Richardson a advertising and correspondence office s60 Broadway new York. Al is Civ tend important discovery in the science of Medicine. Patent office Seal of great Britain diploma de Ecol de pharmacies jmiar5iacien de Paris and Imperial College of Medicine Vienna. Sold wholesale and retail by or. A a. Barrow member of the Imp College of Vienna and Koval College of surgeons London who May but Atmore a a. 1 personally consulted at his residence 1&7 Prince Street few blocks West of Broadway new York from 11 a. M. Till 2 p. M. And from 4 till 8 p. M. Jsu Duys excepted unless by appointment my Trie Semar no. 1, is a remedy for relaxation and All the distressing consequences arising from Early abuse Indis crime Nalo excesses or too Long residence in hot climates. It Bas restored bodily Aud sexual strength and vigor to thousands who Are now in the enjoyment of health and the Funcion of manhood and whatever May be the cause or disqualifications for marriage they Are effectually subdued. Trie Semar no. 2, utely and entirely Riuli dates All traces of Flonor. Both in its mild and aggravated forms. Fleets strictures irritation of the bladder non retention of the urine. Pains of the loins and kidneys and those disorders for which co Paivi and cubes have so Long been thought an antidote. Trie Semar no. 3, is the great Continental Smedy for sip bilis and secondary symptoms. It also constitutes a certain cure for scurvy scr Fula and All cutaneous eruptions removing and expelling in its course All impurities from the vital Stream to As altogether to eradicate the virus of disease and expel it by insensible perspiration through the me Din i of the pores of the skin and urine. # it is a never failing remedy for thut class of disorders which English physicians treat with Mercury to the inevitable destruction of the patients Constitution Aud which All the Sarsaparilla in the world cannot remove. Tries mar no .1,2 and 3, Are prepared in the form of a lozenge devoid of Teste or smell and can to carried in. X. The Waistcoat pocket. Sold in tin cases and divided Iuva a i fit Corner of third separate doses As administered by Val eau Lalleman i Roux Kinord ac., a. Price $3 each or four cases in 3 a i 11 a l f. I it of Pennsy lax to one for a a which saves $3,.and in $27 cases whereby. A is to hit rum Large or Small and there is a saving of $9. from lb., Day let Deposit to the Day of with none Are genuine unless the engraving Al of the seals of the Patent office of England the seals of the Ecol de Day from 9 of clock in the i Harmaine de parts and the Imperial College of Vienna. Drawl. The office if open every morning till 7 o clock m tin Evenin and thursday evenings til a i interest five . All sums Large or Small Are paid Back in Gold on demand without notice to any amount. Hon. 1ienry l. Benner president Robert Selfridge vice president wit. J. Iteld Secretary directors. C. Landreth Manns f. Carroll Brewster Joseph b. Barry Henry l. Churchman frauds on monday Henry l. Benner Edward l. Carter Robert Selfridge Samuel k. Ashton James b. Smith this company confines its by stress entirely to the reviving of Mon a a. Ting to nearly ,. Fly living of Money on interest. The investments amount a to nearly one million and a half of dollars. A -1 qty with As per published report of assets Are made in conformity with the provisions of the charter in real estate Mouta Ages Ouon and Kents and sch first of lasts Cicur Tiea As will always ensure perfect Security to the depositors and which cannot fail to give per Raanan Cynd stability to the institution. A May 27.1857. Dij Dorb a. Of barn to Flag tto. Ehe peat a a to seat Aud Oom inon chaire. 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. A a a Ger size costs the world Sec insuring genuine european preparations and protecting the Public from spurious and pernicious imitations. A attendance and consultation from 11 a m. Till 2 p. M. And from 4 till 8 in the evening. 157 Prince Street a few blocks West of Broadway new York. May 6,1857-1y. Cristadoro a hair Dye Init Hon Anut Sucu All the merits lie of Crest Adoron a never equalled Dye red it makes Black to Brown transforms a Grey and keeps the fibres always from Decoy. Of has matchless re vitalizing hair Dye still holds its position As Tho most harmless and efficacious hair _ in the world. I Quot prepared and sold wholesale and retail and applied in ten private rooms at Crista Nonoy of no. 6 Astor House Broadway new York and by Al drug its and perfumery la the United states. Agent Geoyge a. Keyser 140, Wood at.,Pittsburg, a. James. F. Maxwell manufacturer of improved fire and water proof composition roofing Harrisburg a respectfully inform the citizens of Harrisburg beading Lancaster Lebanon and their vicinities that we Are prepared to put on roofs on most Liberal terms and at the shortest notice. We a respectfully Call the attention of persons a Hout 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 All the combined requisites of cheapness durability and Security against fire Aud water and dispensing with High Gable wails it the roof require an inclination of not More than j three quarters of an Inch to the foot and in a Many cases saving the entire Cost of rafters a the a 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 Tho Cost of either tin slate or shingles. The material being of an imperishable nature it surpasses All others in durability a besides in Case 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 Are our Many references to any one of whom we Are at Liberty to refer. N. let. It he distinctly understood since we manufacture oar own composition and do the work in person that we warrant All our work proof against both fire and water if they prove contrary we 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. Those wishing to use our roof should give the rafters a pitch of about one Inch to the foot. Moy 27,1854.�?4m. Hello Owlia fun. We will have something new for a great Fox Chase will come off this week and every person in the county is invited to at tend it tall men and Small tall women and Small big boys and Little ones big girls and Little ones Young men and old Young ladies and old ones turn about and wheel about and run after this Fox and try to catch him wont that to fun. But do not forget to Call at James m. Pfleger 4 Bros a new cheap let by Roods and amp Etc key store in the Borough of Lebanon. You will have Len to of time us Tho Fox Chase comes off in the afternoon at 2 of clock therefore you will have a Good Chance of visiting and seeing their stocks of Spring amp summer goods which they have received from hew 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 Fox therefore do not forget to visit j. M. Pfleger a Bros store and great will be your fun and very great your gain. Yours most respectfully april 1, 1857. J. M. P. Amp s. M. P. Venetian blinds and shades. A. Britton st co., manufacturers wholesale and retail dealers no. 32 North second Street above Market Philadelphia. The largest cheapest and Best assortment of venetian and window shades of any establishment in the United states. First Premium awarded by the Franklin Institute ,x�52 Aad 185fl, aver All Competition. Ma.y3,1857.-3m/ a wedding race. Among the Huze rehab people of a Siam tie following is the Way weddings Are managed the suitors of the Maiden nine in number appear in the Field All unarmed but mounted on the Best horses they can procure while the Bride herself on a Beautiful turkoman stallion surrounded by her relations anxiously surveys the group of lovers. The Maiden has a certain Start Given which she avails herself of to gain a sufficient distance from the crowd to Ena qts her to manage her Steed with Freedom so As to assist in his Pursuit the suitor whom st prefers. On a signal from the father ail the horsemen Gallop after the fair one and which Ever first succeeds in encircling her Waist with his Arm no matter whether disagreeable or to , is entitled to claim her As his wife. After the usual delays incident upon such interesting occasions the Maiden quits the Circle of her relatives and putting her Steed into a hard Gallop darts into the open Plain. When satisfied with her position she turns round to the impatient youths and holds her arms towards them As if to woo their approach. This is the moment for giving the signal to commence the Chase and each of the impatient youths dashing his pointed heels into his coursers sides darts like the unhooked Hawk in Pursuit of the fugitive Dove. The Savannah is generally extensive say twelve Miles Long and three in Width and As the horsemen Speed across the Plain the favored Lover becomes soon apparent by the efforts of the Maiden to avoid All others who might approach her. On a certain occasion after two hours racing the number of pursuers was reduced to four who were All together and gradually gaining on the pursued with them is the favorite but alas his horse suddenly fails in his Speed and As she anxiously turns her head she perceives in dismay the hapless position of her Lover each of the fortunate leaders eager with anticipated Triumph bending his head on his horses mane shouts at the top of his voice a i come my Peri in a your but she making a sudden turn and washing her horse almost to fury darts across the path and makes for that part of the Shummon Plain where her Lover was endeavouring to goad on his weary Steed. The three others instantly checked their career but in the hurry to turn Back two of the horses Are dashed furiously against each other so that both steeds and riders rolled Over on the Plain. The Maiden laughed for she Well knew she could easily elude the single horseman and flew to the Point where her Lover was. But her Only pursuer was not so easily shaken off making a last and desperate Effort he dashed alongside the Maiden and stretching out his Arm almost won the unwilling prize but she bending her head to her horses neck eluded1 his grasp and wheeled off again. Ere the discomfited horseman could again approach her her lovers Arm was around her Waist and amidst the shouts of the spectators they turned towards the fort. Breweries in there Are in Philadelphia nine breweries devoted exclusively to the making of ale and Porter and the amount brewed each week is about 4,600 casks or 138,000 Gallons. The Barley used in making of malt is grown principally in new York and Canada and costs about to ,60 per Bushel when delivered in Philadelphia and after being made into malt �2 per Bushel. The annual consumption of Barley in the City is estimated at 600,000 bushels besides 350,000 pounds of hops which Are Worth 15 cents per Pound. The number of casks of als and Porter made annually is some 250,000, which sell at an average of about $7 each. The Cost of the Barley and hops alone consumed will amount to Over one million dollars. A a thrilling incident. Returning from a visit in new Orleans we were fortunate enough to secure passengers. Among the ladies one especially interested us. She was the widow of a wealthy planter and had Only one child to her farther s House. Her Devotion to the child was very touching and the eyes of her old Black nurse would fill with tears As she Besought her mistress a not to love that boy too much or the lord would take him away for through the canal of Louisville and stopped for a few moments at the wharf when the nurse wishing to see the City walked out on the guard at the Back of the boat where by a sudden Effort the child sprang from her arms into the terrible current that sweeps towards the Falls and disappeared immediately. The confusion which ensued attracted the attention of a gentleman who was silting in the fore part of the boat quietly Reading. Rising hastily he asked for some article the child had worn. The nurse handed him a Liny apron she had torn off in her efforts to retain the baby Ini her arms. Turning to a splendid Newfoundland dog that was eagerly watching his countenance he pointed first to the apron and then to the spot where the child had gone under. In an instant the Noble dog leaped into the Rushing water and also disappeared. By this time the excitement was intense and some persons on Shore supposing that the dog was lost As Well As the child they procured a boat and started off to search for the body. Just at this moment the dog was seen far away Wilb something in his bravely he struggled wiil Ruhe Waves but it was evident Bis strength was failing fast and More than one breast gave a sigh of Relief As the boat reached him and it was announced that it was still alive they were brought on boards the dog and the child. Giving a single glance to satisfy herself that the child was really living the Young Mother rushed Forward and sinking beside the dog threw her arms a Lourid his neck and burst into tears not Many could View the sight unmoved and As she caressed anti kissed Hia shaggy head she looked up to his. Own. Or and said a vols sir i must have this dog i am Rich take All i have everything but give me my child a preserver a the gentleman smiled and patting his dogs Bead said a i am very glad Madam he has been of service to you but nothing in the world could induce me to part with the dog looked As though he perfectly understood what they were talking about and giving Hia sides a shake Laid himself Down at his masters feet with an expression in his Large eyes that said plainer than words a no nothing shall part us a will take care of Lucille and teach her needlework. I claim my a my boy a said the judge a your conduct is very honorable. However your sister cannot be set at Liberty till a never mind Lucille a said the boy a i will come and fetch you Early then turning to the magistrate he said a i May kiss her May i not sir a he then threw himself into the arms of his sister and both wept warm tears of affection. A a touching incident of fraternal lore. We have never read a More touchingly Beautiful incident than the following which occurred a Short Lime since in one of the French courts. The natural nobility of the brother and the affectionate Faith of the sister Are examples worthy to be followed by the unfortunate youth of our own or any other country As an evidence that however dark the Day an honest heart and a firm resolve will overcome the greatest obstacles. A French paper says that Lucille Rome a pretty girl with Blue eyes and fair hair poorly but neatly Clad was brought before the sixth court of correction under the charge of vagrancy. A does any one claim you asked the magistrate. _ a nah 1 my Good sir a said she a i have no longer any friends my father and Mother Are dead i have Only my brother James but he is As Young As i am. Of sir what can he do for me a a the court must Send you to the House of a there i am sister Here i am do not fear in cried a childish voice from the other end of the court. And at the same instant a Little boy with Lively countenance started Forth from amidst the crowd and stood before the judge. A who Are you a said he. A James Rome the brother of this poor Little a your age a �?othirteen.�?�. A and what do you want a a i come to claim my a but have you the Means of providing for her a a yesterday i had none but now i have. Done i be afraid Lucille.�?�. A to How Good you Are James a a Well let us see my boy a said the magistrate. A the court is disposed to do All that it can for your sister but you must give us some a about a fortnight ago sir a exclaimed the boy a my poor Mother died of a bad cough for it was very cold at Lime. We were in great then i said to myself i will become an Artisan arid when i know a Good Trade i will support my sister i went apprentice to a Brush maker. Every Day i used to carry her half of my dinner and at Hight i took her secretly to my room and she slept on my bed while 1 slept on the floor. But it appears that she had not enough to eat. One Day. She begged on the Boulevard and was taken up. When i heard that i said to myself come my boy things cannot last so you must find something better. I soon found a Good place where i am fed and clothed and have a. Month. I have also found a Good woman who for thebe Twenty francs remark Able Case of conflicting trial of the celebrated cow Case Between messes. E. C. Vore and j. A Byers of mount Vernon Ohio was resumed on thursday last and did not terminate till saturday evening when the jury returned a verdict in favor of the defendant Byers for eighteen dollars damages. Messes. Yance and Cooper for the plaintiff and messes. Delano and Sapp for the defendant. We need hardly add after naming the attorneys that the Case was conducted with Zeal and much ability on both sides. This we presume is the most extraordinary Case of the kind that Ever occurred in Ohio. At the commencement of this Replevin suit for such it was each party had the most entire Confidence that he would be Able to adduce such an array of unequivocal testimony in his right to the cow and calf in dispute beyond any reasonable doubt. And certain it is that the plaintiff did produce a most formidable array of testimony. So Clear and Strong was the evidence produced by the plaintiff that when he rested Bis Case there was apparently Little Chance of Success for the defendant. In addition to his own positive testimony he produced some eighteen other witnesses who identified the cow As his. Among those witnesses was or. Thomas Boyle of whom the plaintiff said he had purchased the cow in question. Also the wife of or. Boyle and several others of the family. Also or. Jonathan Hunt who raised the cow purchased by plaintiff. Also John Sliger and wife who at one tithe owned the Vore cow. Also plaintiffs Mother in Law mrs. Rawley who had milked the cow for some time. On the other hand the defendant testified positively to the cow As his and produced some Twenty five other witnesses who identified the cow As his. Among these witnesses were or. Wheaton of whom the cow was purchased for defendant and win Jackson who purchased the cow for defendant and win Robinson who with Jackson when he made the also Benjamin s. Ide of whom or. Wheaton purchased the cow. Also Mas. Jackson who had the cow in Possession for some two years. Also persons who knew the cow on the farm of the defendant while in Possession of Jackson also persons who knew the cow owned by or. Wheaton and also the Mother and daughter of defendant and a. Boyd who took care of the cow some time in that City. The trial lasted in All nearly five Days during which time not much less than one Hundred witnesses were sworn and examined. The latest sell of the Day originated in the Fertile brain of a Baltimore clothes dealer. He placed in the pocket of a ready made coat an old port Minnaie and quietly awaits the Advent of a fitting customer. Presently enters an individual desiring to be summer coated. After assaying several Coats the dealer says a there is a coat made for a gentleman he wore it one Day and sent it Back it was too Small for him try it on. Al it fits first rate like As if it was made for you. It is Well made buttons sewed on Strong with Strong customer puts his hand into the pockets to try them when his fingers come in Contact with the pocket Book. His imagination is kindled with the idea of approx praying the supposed treasure. A How much did you say the coat was a he eagerly asks. The dealer named a Good round sum. A it suits me ill take it a is the Quick reply. The Money is paid and the self duped customer walks off hurriedly with his supposed prize not stopping to hear the suppress eff chuckle of the dealer As he looks after him out of the Corner of his Eye. A a Many horned could not but be amused at the centralizing efforts of a Man on main Street the other night. He bad been to some grocery and was walking along the. Pavement with a cabbage under each Arm some potatoes in the bosom of his shirt a beef Steak in one hand and two pullets in the other besides a Brick or two in mis hat. Here his troubles commenced. He dropped one cabbage stooped to pick it up spilled his potatoes Laid Down the Steak and chickens put the potatoes in his pockets the cabbage in his bosom meanwhile one Chicken travelled off Laid the cabbages Down and started in hot Pursuit of the truant Chicken caught it found Chicken no. 2 had taken leg bail wedged Chicken no. I Between the. Two cabbages a rid a Stone and made after no. ,2 captured it and when we left was trying to arrange matters for convenience of Carriage to the infinite amusement of quite a crowd of lookers on. The Man who wrestled with adversity wore but Hia silk Sloekin Gaj and got wonted. The spectre fire ship. Many Many years ago a ship named the Palestine sailed from Holland with a Large number of passengers bound to a new Home in North America. Soon after leaving port it became generally known that Many of the passengers were wealthy and had a Large amount of Gold and Silver in their three weeks elapsed when the Captain and his Crew conceived the idea of enriching themselves by plundering and murdering the inoffensive and unsuspicious persons in their Power. They first reported the provisions spoilt but managed to sell hard biscuits for a Guinea each. This process was at length suspended and the disease and famine had full Sway. The winds were favourable All were not yet dead and �0 the ship was floating off Block the few passengers who still survived might still live to Tell their tale of woe and so the ship must be destroyed with All her living freight. The Captain and Crew placed their ill gotten wealth in their two yawns and having scuttled and set fire to the ship they embarked for the neighbouring Island and landed just As the great mass of flames Sank hissing in the deep. The pirates told the islanders a plausible Story and for Many months they lived in a House which is still pointed out to the curious stranger but is a Mere ruin. The pirates quarrelled separated and left for parts unknown. For Many years thereafter the House was deserted by All persons of flesh and blood but thickly peopled with ghosts with Pale women in White old men reduced to skeletons and children with bloody faces and whenever they made their appearance at the witching time of night there were heard the most frightful cries of anguish. In pro Cess of time however the spectres All disappeared but of late years whenever a great storm is about to lash the Ocean into fury the fir ship is distinctly seen in the offing her Hull a mass of cinder and her sail sheets of pure flame. Many old men have looked upon this phantom Many times and some of them allege that they have seen the sufferers imploring heaven for Succour and heard their shrieks of despair. Life Iti Texas. In one of his graphic letters to the new Orleans Picayune its sheep rearing editor George w. Kendall tells a Good Story connected with the recent Waco convention in Texas. A lot of the members during a recess in the regular business had adjourned to a neighbouring grocery or. Britton of Corpus Christi among the number and were taking a general drink All round. Some were calling for Gin teddies others for Brandy Straits some for this decoction and others for that when into the Grogger stalked a tall Lank Sallow complexioned member from close up on the Arkansas line dressed in a Hickory bark coat Copperas coloured browsers and drab imitation Beaver hat. A come straight up to the trough stranger and smile a said Britton. A a a done to mind if i do take a drink about this time Quot retorted the gentleman in Hickory bark. A what shall it be a continued the member from Corpus Christi. A Well i believe ill take a parcel of whiskey i was brought up mostly on that and it agrees with me a retorted the stranger. A Sweet nine in it Quot continued the wag. A straight a retorted the other. A do the gentleman up a parcel of whiskey Large size a was the order Given to the bar keeper and the next moment the laugh was general. Ther e is Fuu yet in Texas despite the drouth and will be so Long As Britton remains in the state. In the Leipsic journal of science literature and Art is an account of Tho wonderful discoveries of or. Get spa in diseases of the Eye and the consequently wonderful cures he performs. He has found the Ball of the Eye to be transparent and by a curious instrument examines minutely the Interior takes it out and performs any necessary surgical operation and replaces it without injury to its appearance or vision. A Young girl had Long been afflicted with the Moat excruciating pain in the left Eye the Case of which the most Learned could not understand. Or. Or of found in the Centre of the Ball a Little worn which he removed and restored the poor girl immediately to health and perfect sight. His office is thronged All Day by the poor praying for one is almost reminded of the miracles of Tho son of Man in Reading the cures he makes. We Are Happy also to add that he is Rich and devotes half his income to the Relief of the afflicted asking nothing of those who Are notable to pay. His father was a celebrated occultist and at the age of 29 he has acquired a far More extensive Fame and has still in his youth Many thousands to Rise up and Call him blessed. Singular Syracuse journal having published a paragraph to the effect that a a human leg and foot were washed ashore at the foot of Poplar Street Boston on wednesday a the Boston Post say3, a we done to doubt the truth of the statement in the least. Probably More people Wash their legs and feet on Shore than elsewhere every Day in the the Only remarkable Case of this kind on record is that of a Yankee soap Man who in a. Violent storm at sea saved himself from death by taking a cake of Bis. Own soap and washing himself Hal More
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