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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 29, 1857, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaIt Josal 9 Fri Catli to halite sit Tuce of flip Auti Star tit jute a Jef Ufa Tete Ftp tulle at it a total . By we. Mgt Breslin Lebanon pa., wednesday 29, 1857. =t��60 a year a a to Nawyn Floral hip Ijelu purveyor and conveyancer of fico in Cumberland Street opposite the Quot Eagle hotel Quot Leaf Knob a. Lebanon april 22, 1887 a removed Bis of _ _ Market Street a jew doors North of Eaber amp Oves store and Between it and the new lutheran Church. Feba non Deo. 10, 1856.-tf. Ipod Sale. Second hand steam en6xnb, 10 horse Power it is to to sold to make room for one of a larger Sito. Apply to a. Major amp brother. Lebanon july 1,1867._ i1ams, shoulders sides Whit Ofish Mackerel herring cheese vinegar tobacco Segoris flour feeding a. Ac., for sole by j. C. Reisner. Lebanon july 30,1s58. Want est a a twelve a Rod flour barrel Coopers at the Genesee Mills in Lebanon to whom constant work and Good wet Gea will to Given. Nono but sober and steady workmen need apply. January 7, 1857. Myers k Sixour. Cab1venters wanted. 19 Good Journeyman carpenters 1<w wanted immediately at the steam planing Mills of the undersigned in this Borough. None but the Best of hands required to whom Liberal wages will be Given. Apply to Boas Gasser a Guestee. Lebanon feb. 18, 1-867,f. P. G. W1kel, bricklayer and jobber Union Deposit Dauphin county Penn a. I am prepared at All times to put up Brick work in All its brunches and on the shortest notice. Also Brick Buie dings boilers inn Walls Boshes a earths and All work connected with a Furnace done. Ass a gang of Stone masons always ready to put Down foundations and do Stone work of every description. July 1, 1867.�?tf._p. G. shop. Daly amp Williams would respectfully inform the citizens of Lebanon that they have opened a first Elass shaving and hair dressing Saloon in Market Street opposite Tho Lebanon Bauk. They would solicit a share of the Public Patruna a. Lebanon May 20, 1357.�?tf. Daniel i7juch a William t1ce a. B. wanted. Wheat Rye outs Ooin <5fc., at the Ceatie warehouse on the Union canal in mayor Stowe for which the highest Market Cash prices will to paid. They also keep constantly on hand and for Sale Sulphur Coal stove Coal and Coal for Lime burners which they sell at the lowest prices Urich Tice a co. Myerstown june 10, 18�7.-3m wav1e1> \ t the Genesee Mills in the Borough of Ocba jux. , wheat Rye. Corn Oats in any Quantity for which the highest Market prices will to paid in Cash by a january 7, 150?-. Myers a and Jewelv another new lot of watches and jewelry just deceived by. J. Ackern Cumberland Street next door to or Lineaweaver s. Oct. 22, �?T56. Lebanon Talley Bank. \ located in Market Street nearly opposite the United Hall one door North _ of the Post office. Will the following rates of interest on deposits on and after the 1st iday of Marob 1857, vis a for 1 year and longer 8 per cent per annul. A for 8 months and longer 5 per cent per annul. A for 3 months and longer 4 per cent per annul. I requiring a Short notice of withdrawal and of i Fords a Liberal line of accommodations to those who i May favor it with deposits Able on demand. Will i a Premium on Spanish and mexican Doli Latts and also on old a Kubican dollars and Shalp dollars. Will make collections on and i remit to All Parte of the United states the Cana idas and Europe negotiate Loans ao., ac., and do a general business. G. Dawson Coleman president. Geo. Gleixn cashier. Fhe undersigned managers Are individually liable to the extent of their estates for All a deposits and other obligations of the co partner Iship filed in the prothonotary a office of Lebanon a county trading under the Bame and style of the Quot Lebanon Valley Simon Cameron g. Dawson Coleman Geo non so in Llor la it Kline James you no Augustus born leh., 17, 57. George fund of the National safety Trust co. Wife the it or or of tii ird Lnch Kat of Pennsylvania Money is received m any Large or 8ma� an it Ute rest paid from the Day of Deposit to the Day of with a a Wii. The office is open every Day from 9 o clock in the morning till 7 of clock in the evening and on monday and thursday evenings til 9 o clock interest five per cent. All sums Large or Small Are paid Back in Gold on demand without notice to any amount. Hon. Henry l. Benner president. Robert self Iube vice president 17�. J. Ilmi Secretary directors Ltd try l. Benner i c. Landreth Munns Edward l. Carter p. Carroll Brewster Robert Selfridge Joseph b. Barry Samuel k. Ashton i Henry l. Churchman i James b. Smith i Francis Lee. I this company confines its business entirely to there Keeiling of Money on interest. The investments amounting to nearly. One million and a half of dollars a per published report of assets Are made in conformity with the provisions of the charter in real estate mortgages ground rents and such first t Elsm securities As will always ensure per cot Security to i the depositors and which cannot fail to give Wermanen a May 37,18s7. New York advertisements. From Albert g. Richardson s advertising and correspondence office 380 Broadway new York. Of a Yiew a Wnm a a he of tent c ova Rij a it the science of Medicine. Patent office Seal of great Britain a Juno my de Ecol de pharmacies pharmacies de parts and Imperial College of Medicine. Vienna. Sold wholesale and retail by or. H. A. Barrow member of the Imp l College of Vienna and Royal College of surgeons. London who May he personally consulted at his residence 157 Prince Street Fow blocks West of Broadway Ftp new York from 11 a. M. Till 2 p. M. And from 4 till 8 p. A. Sundays excepted unless by Trie Semar to. 1, 19 it a a a a Ely for relaxation and All the distressing consequences arising from Earl abuse indiscriminate excesses or Tooi Oug residence in hot climates to has restored bodily and sexual strength and vigor to thousands who Are now in the enjoyment of health and Tho functions of manhood and whatever May to the cause or disqualifications for marriage to few a re effect us ally subdued. A triese Biar he. 2, completely and entirely crud Dutes nil tirces of a Tot or Hrca both in its mild and aggravated forms fleets strictures irritation of Tho bladder non retention of Tho 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 remedy for syphilis and secondary symptoms. It also constitutes Cert to a cure for scurvy scr Fula Ami Del cutaneous eruptions Framp Oving and expelling in its course All impurities from the vital Stream so of altogether to eradicate the virus of Odisea tfx and expel it by insensible perspiration through the me diam of the Poros of the skin and urine. Pts a never failing remedy for that class of disorders which English physicians treat with Mercury to the inevitable destruction of the patients Constitution and which All the Sarsaparilla in the world cannot remove. Trie Semar no .1,2 and 3lare prepared in the form of a lozenge devoid of taste Oramell and can be carried in the Waistcoat pocket. Sold in tin costs and divided in separate do amp by Val eau Law Leman Roux it Icord ac., amp a. Price $3 each or four cases m one for $9, which Savos $3, and in $27 cases whereby there is a saving of. None Are genuine unless the engravings of the seals of the Patent office of England Tho seals of the Ecol de pharmacies de Paris and the Imperial Coll Geof Vienna Are affixed upon each wrapper and around each imitations Are liable to the severest penalties of the Law. Spetti arrangements enable or. Barrow to Forward immediately on receiving a remittance the $9 and larger size rasps of Trie Semar Freo of Carriage Tony Parton the world securely packed and properly addressed thus insuring genuine european preparations and protecting the it Agio from spurious and pernicious imitations. A then Ivanee and consultation from 11 a. M. Till 2 p. M. And from a 4 till 8 in the evening. 157 Prince Street afew mocks West of Broadway new York. May 0 1857-ly._ a. Wrist Adoron a hair i be within a nut Shell All the merits lie of Cristadoro a never equalled Dye Kesl it makes Black to Brown transforms u Grey and keeps the fibres always from decay. Stillins matchless re vitalizing hair Dye still holds its a a position As the most harmless Aud efficacious hair Dye in tub would. Prep amp i de and sold wholesale and retail and applied in ten private oct ass at Crista donors no a. Astor House Broadway. New York and by All druggists Atad perfumers in the United states. Jan. 14, ls67.-ly.�?isq. A unto George u. Keyser 140 Wood at pittsbur3,#po. Amp a amp Susquehanna Railroad connecting the valleys or to Susquehanna amp Schuylkill a rom juju Risburg to Auburn its of. Summer arrangement on and after monday Jons 29, 1857. Apo passenger trains each Way daily i except sundays. Trains going East a no. 1�?leave Harrisburg at 5,�. at Auburn at 7.55, a. M. To Ains going . 2�?leave Harrisburg at 3.13, p. at Anburn at 6.50, p. M. Trains going . 3�?leave Auburn at 8.45, a. My arrive at Harrisburg at 11.47, a. M. Trains going . 4�?leave Auburn at 1.37, p. at Harrisburg at 7.50, p. M. Passengers by trains nos. 1 and 2 proceed by trains of Tho Reading rail Road to Pottsville port Clinton Reading Philadelphia and Points on the Valley of the Schuylkill and by the Catan Issa and its connections to Tamaqua Catu Wissow Danville Milton Williamsport Elmira Buffalo Niagara fulls und All Points of the North and West of the United states and Canada. And passengers Flota 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 a Airey rail Road for Carlisle Chambersburg a. 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 Faus a. R. Mason cold Spring office sup t and cashier. Lebanon county Penn a july 8,18574t�hello o. What 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 attend it Tali 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 won t that be fun. But do not forget to Call at James m. Pfleger $ Bro s new cheap dry Woods and grocery store in the Borough of Lebanon you will have plenty of time As Tho Fox Eliaso comes off in the afternoon at 2 o clock the Refore you will have a Good Chance of i suing and seeing their stocks offspring 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 Fox therefore do not forget to visit j. M. Pfleger amp Bro s store and great will be your fun and very great your gain. Yours most respectfully s april 1, 1857. J. M. P. Amp s m. P. Re9iovai or j. M. Wood s Book store. The undersigned having removed Hia new and cheap Book store to Market Square 2 doors North of or. Guilford a new building Market st., whore he will be pleased to see All of his old friends and those delirious of having articles in his line. With a determination of Selling cheaper than can to purchased elsewhere to would respectfully Call the attention of Tho Public to his assortment of bibles hymn and prayer Hooks miscellaneous Blank and school books Wall and window paper stationery and every article in his line of business. Also pocket diaries and almanacs for 1857, a Tho magazines and newspapers both daily and weekly to be had at publisher s rates. All orders for articles in his line carefully and promptly attended to by the undersigned. Lebanon Jan. 14, 1857. T n j. M. Good. Far and it ability to the institution looking glasses of. If. Dewee wholesale and retail manufacturer of r ornamental and Plain guilt looking glasses portrait and picture frames of every Stylo a Large Stock of the above always on hand which x will sell from 10 to 15 per cent less than any other establishment in the City. Paintings and engravings to. Old work Reg United amp a a. A libera discount to the Trade. G. Dewees. No. 154 North 2d Street below race West Side april 39,18st�?am. Pbiuda., old no. 102. The the log detected. As Lovely nature once explored her Cave of tvs is a res Rich and rare she miss d off Tinalu charms a Hoard enough to form a thousand fair. To love the goddess quickly flew. And plainly told him her belief indeed conviction that he knew the person who had been the thief. Seared ended was her tale of to Ere roguish love Tho goddess left and speeding straight to Ono i know abruptly charged her with the theft.,. Tho trembling maid denied with grief but cupid has a judgment sound Quot a tis Plain to cried that you re the thief for on you All the floods Are a mothers love. Hast thou sounded the Depths of yonder sen and counted Tho Sands that under it be ? Hast thou measured Tho height of Heavon above then Mayest thou Meto out a mothers love. Hast thou talked with the blessed of leading on to the throne of god some wandering Soh Hast thou witnessed the Angels Bright employ ? then Mayest thou speak of a mothers Joy. Hast thou gone with the traveler thought Afaf from pole to pole and from Star to Star ? thou Hast but on Ocean Earth or sea the heart of a Mother has gone with thee. There is not a grand inspiring thought there is not a truth by Wisdom taught there is not a feeling pure and High that May not be read in a Mother s Eye. And Ever since Earth began that look has been to the Vise an open Book to win them Back from tie lore they Price to the holier love that edifices. There Are teachings on Earth and sky and air the heavens Tho glory of god declare but louder than voice beneath above he is heard to speak through a Mother s lore. Curious Mode of getting a wife. One Little Auto pol Leneas will Sonve times have the Way to Fortune and preferment. The following sketch in this fact a Sailor roughly garbed was sauntering through the streets of new Orleans then in a rather Damp condition from recent rain and Rise of the turning the Corner of a much frequented Alley he observed a Young lady standing in much perplexity apparently measuring of the Muddy water Between her and the opposite sidewalk with no very satisfied countenance. The Sailor paused for he was a great admirer of Beauty and certainly the fair face that peeped out from under that Chip hat and Auburn curls hanging Glossy and unconfined Over her Muslin dress might tempt a curious or admiring glance. Perplexed the lady put Forth one Little foot when the Gallant Sailor with characteristic impulsiveness exclaimed a that pretty foot lady should not be soiled with the filth of this Lane wait for a moment Only and i will make you a path. So springing past her into a Carpenter shop opposite he bargained for a Plank Board that stood in the doorway and coming Back to the smiling girl who was coquettish enough to accept the services of the handsome Young Sailor he bridged the narrow Black Stream and she tripped across with a merry a thank you a and a roguish smile making her eyes As dazzling As they could be. Alas 1 our Young Sailor was perfectly charmed. What else could make him catch up and shoulder the Plank and follow the Little Witch through the streets to her Home. She twice performed the ceremony of a walking the Plank a and each time thanking him with one of her eloquent smiles. Presently our Young hero saw the Young lady trip up the Marble Steps of a Palace of a House and disappear within its Rosewood Entrance. For a full moment he stood looking at the door and then with a wonderful big sigh turned away disposed of his drawbridge and returned to the ship the next Day he was astonished with an order of promotion from the Captain. Poor Jack was speechless with amazement. He had not dreamed of being exalted to the dignity of second mates office on Board of one of the most splendid ships that sailed out of the port of new Orleans. He knew he was competent for instead of spending his Money for amusements visiting theatres Bowling alleys on his return from sea he purchased books and became quite a student but he expected years to intervene before his ambitious Hopes would be realized. His Superior officers seemed to look upon him with considerable leniency and gave him Many a fair Opportunity of gathering Marine knowledge and in a year the handsome gentlemanly Young male had acquired unusual favor in the eyes of the portly commander Captain Hume who had first taken the smart Little Black eyed fellow with his neat Tarpaulin and tidy bundle As Cabin boy. One night the Yong Man with All the officers was invited to an entertainment at the captains House. He went and to his astonishment mounted the identical Steps up on which two years before had tripped the Bright vision he had never forgotten. Thump went Bis Brave heart As he was ushered into the parlor and like a Sledge Hammer it beat again when Captain Hume introduced Bis Blueeyes daughter with a pleasant smile As a the Young lady once indebted to your Pulu Nesb for a Safe and dry walk i Eye were All Blaze and his Brown Cheek flushed hotly As the Noble Ca. Tain sauntered away leaving the fair to race Hume at Hie Side. And in All that Assembly there was it tit so handsome a couple As the Gallant Sailor and the a pretty it was Only a year from that time the second mate trod the Quarter do a a second Only in command and part owner with the Captain not Only in the vessel but in the affections of his daughter gentle Grace Hume we o had always a cherished say nothing of love for the Bright eyed Sailor. A his homely but Earnest of politeness towards his child Haggle la de the Captain and though the youth knew it hot was the cause of his first promotion j so that now the old Man has retired form business Harry Wells is Captain Wells and Grace Hume according to polite parlance is mrs. Captain Wells. In fact our honest Sailor ii one of the richest men in the Crescent City and he owes perhaps the greatest part of Hia Prosperity to his tact Aud politeness in tossing the Street. A ludicrous item of testimony was squeezed out of a Village Beau at Medina in the course of the coroners investigation. The Tribune there says that the facts without addition or abatement Are As stated. Or. Aminadab Doolittle was called on the witness stand blushing in anticipation of the revelations he might be called upon to make. John w. Graves Esq who conducted the Case a put him through As follows 1 Graves where were you on sunday evening last 1. Doolittle at the methodist Church sir. Graves Liere did you go after Church 7 Doolittle i went Down Center Street. Graves How far Down Center Street did you go 7 a. Doolittle Well i went Down to c st. Graves what House did you go to on c Street 7. Doolittle Well i went to i went to Well i done to know As in a obliged to Tell where i went. Graves you Are obliged to Tell so out with it. Doolittle i went to to or. Higgins. A Graves How late did you stay. Doolittle i staid till Well about 10 of clock. A Graves where did you go iben7 Doolittle did no to go anywhere i staid to . Graves How late did you stay7 Doolittle i staid till till i guess it about ii of clock a grave3 a yes and where did you go then1 Doolittle did no to go anywhere i staid at or. Higgins a Tiff about half past eleven. Graves Well then where did you go 1 a Doolittle i went to i done to know sir As in a obliged to Tell where i went. Graves you Are obliged to Tell sir a where did you go Doolittle i went to Well i did no to go anywhere. By special request staid All night. A singular person named so a clerk in a Public office in Paris possesses a Small country House Between Chatillon and Plessis Piquet to which he is in the habit of going with his family every saturday on quitting his office and remaining until monday morning. Against one of the Walls of his Garden stands a Small House which however has no opening toward his Garden except a Small loophole forgiving ventilation. S was not aware that this House was inhabited by any one and was therefore somewhat surprised while working in his Garden the evening of sunday week to see a Stone lied to a string let Down from the loophole and with a piece of paper attached to it thinking it was merely the frolic of some children who might have got into the House he took no notice of it and left on monday morning As usual. On his return on saturday following he was surprised to see the Stone paper still hanging there and taking the latter he opened it. To his astonishment he found written on the paper a i am seriously ill and cannot move. A come to my assistance for the love of s was in consternation and calling to his assistance a Man who working in an adjoining Field they broke into the House and on the ground they found the lifeless body of a Man lying on the floor. Near him was a Sheet of paper on which was written a write immediately to m. Leu st. Louis an inquiry was immedi. At by instituted when it was found that the deceased after a life of dissipation had with what remained of his Fortune purchased the Little cottage where he had lived alone going out merely to take his meals at a wine shop near.f3 reproaches himself for not having looked at the paper first As the poor Many a life might in All probability have . A new York paper reports the last Case of roguish audacity. A lady went into a store to Purchase a shawl. Just As she was handing the clerk two fifty Dollar Bills she received a blow on the face from a Well dressed person who exclaimed a i forbade you buying a shawl a and snatching the Money from her hand be evaporated. The lady fainted and on recovering the merchant expressed suprise that her husband should have acted to a gentlemanly but his Surprise was greatly increased when the lady informed him that it was norber husband and that she bad never seen him before. The bold to Bias however it Dasaude Good Bis escape. Worse than Zeij men in Smithville canard each once a stud horse and set them to fighting the bargain being that the horse which kicked the longest was to be declared the Victor the a Fraet was to take the Money staked. The horses kicked and bit each other in a horrible manner tearing out pieces of flesh six and nine inches in measurement and both were killed on the spot. One of the horses was valued at $200, and the other at $190, the former being declared the Winner because after both had fallen he continued to kick the air Over the prostrate form of his st. Catharines journal desires to Bee the two men sent to the Penitentiary. The Penitentiary is too Good for such wretches we Caile to Call them rite they ought to be tied together with a Stout rope and made to kick and bite each other to death. If they had no mercy on their poor horses who dumb beasts did Only what their masters drove then to do Why should any mercy be Bbown toward them the old Law of feta ligation was hot so bad As we moderns imagine it would be just the thing to punish such vile creatures As there a for extraordinary Burke of South Carolina Rode on horseback from circuit to circuit accompanied by a servant who was directed to keep close behind him while he meditated As pleased himself by the Way. Jogging along in this Way on one occasion these rant pressed up too near to the horse which happened to be an ill natured brute and the consequence was that the horse kicked the negro on the leg who observing that it had not interrupted his masters study sprang off his horse and picking up a Stone threw it at the horse which it unluckily missed and took effect Between the judges shoulders. The instant the negro saw what had been done he fell in the Road with his hands clasped around his leg and dying out in apparent agony As soon As the judge could straighten himself he turned around and said to the prostrate negro a Stephen child what ails Youit lord master a a was the reply a your horse just now kicked me on the legend almost broke a Well child a s Aid the judge a the just now kicked me Between the shoulders and almost broke my Back Ball a every body has read of Ules Gerard the lion killer and his wonderful encounter in the Jungles of Africa. When i Gerard came Back to pans the last time i from his favorite amusement in Africa i the Well known gun maker of the Boulevard Deal aliens the idea of inventing a Ball that would explode when it arrived in the animals body. The new projectile is about the size of the Minnie Ball its penetrating Force is equal to the common Ball. Arrived in the animals body it explodes like a bomb and of course causes the sudden death of the animal. If shot into the lungs of an elephant for example the Ball in exploding disengages carbonic acid Gas and the animal which from its size might otherwise survive for a Short time will suddenly fall asphyxiated. A few Days ago a party of gentlemen accompanied m. Devisme to a horse Slaughter House in the environs of the City. There the new projectile was tried on five horses who were standing lied to a Fence waiting to be shot. They were each shot in the lungs the Ball exploded and the animal fell dead. The Experiment was completely satisfactory since then m. Devisme to demonstrate the practicability of his new projectile As a substitute for the Harpoon in the destruction of whales has gone to Havre not with the Hope that a whale would present itself to be killed but to try the Experiment on an artificial whale that would respond in its resistance to a real one. The Experiment was entirely successful and those who witnessed it assert positively that the substitute for the Harpoon is found. Singular the Thunder storm on sunday night the 3tb inst., a Young Man named Andrew Cook employed in the foundry at Chambers Burg was Riding in an open buggy and when opposite the new Jaila vivid Flash of lightning followed instantly by a frightful peal of Thunder seemed to produce effects upon the Young Man and horse of a most singular character. The horse was stunned and unable to move and the Young Man after urging him to go on for some time but to no purpose left him and proceeded to walk to his residence a distance of several Hundred Yards. He Felt no bodily injury from the effect of the lightning but represents himself As being confused in his mind. He reached the door of the House where he fell and was carried in and put to bed and such restoratives applied As the Case seemed to demand. On the following morning in attempting to get out of bed he found himself powerless his legs being Complete paralysed. In this condition he has remained Ever since though his physician has some Hope that he will ultimately recover the use of his limbs. The horse though somewhat stiffened was Able to be used the next Day. What renders this Case somewhat remarkable is the circumstance of the Young Man being Able to walk a considerable distance after receiving of electricity and that such Esteg Iye injury would follow without any feeling of suffering or any of the usual appearance of being struck by lightning a Silvir a Tate in we have been passing through the age of Gold which a a get according to the natural order of things to have followed and not preceded the Era of Silver. But the Day of the Pale face among the precious metals is about to Dawn. Our Al Dorado has become an old affair and now we ate about to receive an Argentine sister into our Republic. The Gold stale is Likely to have As a companion a Silver state. The projected territory of Arizona is reported to be As richly endowed with Silver mines As California is with Gold diggings. The Gadsden Purchase if All the reports from that Quarter should prove True will be almost As valuable an addition to our Tel. Mitory As California the it Lin ois on her last passage brought among her freight several packages of Silver from that supposed desert which Are represented As very Rich. An unexpected North Folk a on the afternoon of the 3d of july an old Cannon which had not been cleaned out since the revolution was printed and the match a pm plied when to the Surprise of All pres a rtt an unexpectedly sri Matt explosion took place front the month of the piece something whizzed across the Street and there was a crashing of the Wood in the door of the United fire engine House opposite. An investigation showed a respectable sized Hole in the panel of the door and inside an old six Pound Cannon Ball was found an the floor. The old Cannon was not used since the time it was loaded for the Especial Benefit of the British troops seventy years ago and the artillery men who then rammed Home the Ball Little expected How Many times the grass would grow and Wither Over them before it would be discharged. A the Delaware r reporter says that a Large Quantity or Spanish Silver Coin has been found under and above the wreck of a vessel on Phoenix Island Maryland just below the Southeastern part of Delaware. The wreck is said to be that of a dutch Galliot which was lost about fifty years since having on Board one million of dollars in specie. The excitement among the natives is said to be great. Crops Are left untitled shops and stores Are closed and thousands of persons Are on the breach raking for Silver. Some Rake up As Quot much As Twenty dollars a Day others not More that three dollars. The Silver is already in circulation in Sussex county. A v in _ Pickle Fortune a the Man who., first discovered Gold in California has become a poor Man and homeless. The papers announce the Sale of Hock farm the Home of gen. Sutter on Feather River under the sheriffs Hammer. This was the last of the magnificent Domain which at one time was the property of general Sutter in California. His nature was not sufficient to Cope with the shrewdness of lawyers and speculators when hib lands became of value and so they have All been wrested from him much of them by what in the Parl amp be of Trade would be called a a legitimate transaction much by Bare faced fraud says the Alta newspaper. _ , whalebone and steel hoops Are alarmingly an the increase in both town and country and these feminine expander Are assuming huge dimensions of style if not of Beauty. Masculinity has looked an in uncomplaining astonishment at their increasing proportions j Quot and Stithe gazed and still the wonder men marvelled in silence and woman was not ashamed. But now to the hoop the flounce is super added. This is adding insult to injury and if submitted to without Oppositi Ori heaven Only knows to what lengths or rather to what breadth the Well known daring of the sex May Lead them. But one thing is certain the pocket of Man is unequal to his indulgent propensities the purse of Middle class humanity must be exhausted at last flounces and crinoline will bring on a crisis in. Which fashion itself will explode amid the crash of milliners the wreck of Homes a Young Man went out Hunting for Deer in the Woods near . W., recently and As an Experiment he clothed himself in a Deer skin and took a stand where those animals were known to pass quite often. While thus intent upon securing some game another Hunter came near making game of him for happening to see what he supposed a Fine Deer through the Thicket the new Comer took deliberate aim at it and fired. Fortunately the Ball missed the counterfeit Deer but it succeeded Iff a frightening him out of his Liberty of no Man for not always thinking As you think. Let every one enjoy the full and free Liberty of thinking for himself. Let every Man use his own judgment since every Man must give an account of himself to god. Abhor every approach in any kind of degree to the spirit of persecution. If you cannot reason or persuade a Man into the truth never attempt to Force him into it if love Wilt not compel him to come leave him to god the judge of All. Resigned in Draper chairman of the new York metropolitan police commissioners sent his resignation to the governor in View of incompetently of the Board to manage the police and of the police to preserve the peace As Well As the increasing unpopularity of the Black Republican leg. Isl attire which brought them into office. A Humbug spa Rio i edition of a practical machinist posses sing the a a a urn ii a of a of a is Monkey called at the a Pon dry on Friday last on the Tju Vive for. A Job. He was recognized by one of theft Riften As an old Greenhorn in the mechanical Libe not Worth his fodder a great pretender soft is Augar Bous e molasses and quite a s easily hum bugged ��?~3 hum bugging. The Foreman offered him $13 per week he was nov tit about Tavvo Feen Tsi the Jack leg putting on a big face and muttering something about if. Teen assented pulling of his coat and reported himself ready. The Foreman putting him in a firebox with a Piete i Sand paper told him to Maze away a and away he blazed. Too much a of a Nincompoop to see the ridicule Bush Esb of scraping the inside of an engine boiler the fellow worked away evidently attempting cd produce the impression that so sch a Job was very co Iii. in his line. Just about then his head should have been rubbed with a Brick. To carry the joke farther the workmen prevailed upon him to make Over time at that Bush be amp a aft of shop Honts upon the Assurance of lots of fun and big . Pursuant try therefore he came up to Hie scratch after supper pulled off and pitched in his waggish companions closed the Entrance of Tho a Man Hole up ran off and left dashing Greeny caged for the night. On Sustr Day morning he was liberated after a solemn Promise never again to be guilty of such a Folly As hum bugging sensible mechanics or of rubbing a boiler will Sand paper. Unsophisticated country woman was carrying on a very simple process against a neighbor in one of the Small courts of Germany Tho at Torney of the opponent pestered Lief with so much of chicanery and Legal subtleties that she lost All patience and interrupted him thus a my lord the Case is simply this. 1 bespoke of Ray opponent the carpet maker a carpet with figures which were to be As handsome As my lord the judge and he now wants to Force me to take one with horrible caricatures uglier even than his attorney. Was i not right in breaking off the bargain 7�?� the court laughed at the comparison the attorney was stupefied and the woman won the Case there is a maniac named Bonugli Man in Montgomery go., mo., who has lived under a shelving Rock on the Bank of the cloture River for the past three years All of which time he has spent in digging the solid Rock searching for treasure which he says his Uncle and some other men who were miners buried there More than a Hundred years ago his Only garments Are of leather and his Only tools an axe and a tin pm in James f. Maxwell manufacturer of improved fire and water proof composition roofing Harrisburg pa., inform the i Tiess of Harrisburg Reading Lancaster Laban of and their vicinities that we Are prepared to put on Irta ofis on most Liberal terms and at the shortest in Mcfiel a we Call the Alten Ilii of persons boat to tip cd to amp Bra method of roofing now much used throughout the go Hipal cities of the United states and their vicinities. This Mode of roofing Haring All the combined requisites of cheapness durability and Security again is tire and water and dispensing with High Gable Walls the Robes require an inclination of not More than three quarters a of a Inch to the Bot and in Many cases saving the entire Cost of rafters the ceiling Joist being used. The gutters Are made of the Satath Ihu trial without any extra charges consequently our roofs Are put tip at almost half the Cost of either tin slate or shingles. Tho material being of an imperishable nature it surpasses All others Iri durability besides in Case of any a amp shanty 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 Wiir Many references to any one of whom we arc at Liberty to . let it be distinctly understood since we my a Factura 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 we will most willingly fcb Ide the results. Athe materials being mostly non conductors of heat no roof is so Cool in summer or so warm in Winter. Those wishing to amp use our roof should give the rafters a pitch of about one Inch to the Ariy 27,1854.�?4m Wei Meg machine works. Oppose la the Lebanon Valley r. R. Depot anon Lebanon Bounty �?otx7m. Amp p. L. Iye Imer. Proprietors Mami it facture step in engines from 1 to 300 orse Power of the latest styles and patterns with All the 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 con be put up in a room As a household fixture. Also blowing engines and machinery for other blast furnaces of improved construction. Forge hammers of p. L. Weimers patents Bolling Mill sawing planing and flouring Mill fixtures mining pump hoist ing machinery for Minos and Stone quarries Railroad cars Iron Bridges shafting hangers pulleys turning la the Drill presses planing machines brass Stop Cocks. V Alve and fixtures a Iobe steam valves of All Sites and machinery and castings of every description. Also Bouers of any size. Jotin and weight made of the Best material Well known and experienced workmen smoke stacks water tanks gras flues Heaters and Sheet Iron work of every description. Our boiler chests Are All tested by dividing them into squares of 2 inches and Ham storing each Square any imperfection is thus de to tested. And the faulty Sheet rejected i very few shops in this country in Stook of wrought Iron pipe for steam Ater. With All the nectar fixtures . And put no at the shortest no Tice we on most reasonable terms. Iron brass and composition Metal costings made to order at the shortest notice. 7 of Fly repairing attended to with prompt Nevirs and Despa Tob. A gang of boiler makers Choice ready for boiler repairs. Blacksmith work made to order. A. Rubber fancy be Jas a orders respectfully Sochi or y mentions by mail or Othero a despatch Aid work a Dwitt % a i. Freb of Eha a amp Liine amp Pei tor �?1 we. A Blip Market st to i. A Lebanon is Quot
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