Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
5 Mar 1862

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5 Mar 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 5, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaJuir knitting a w of Pace a Acejas. And promptly executed at the advertiser office Lebanon penn1 a Ting establishment 1 now supplied with an Oxton Stre assortment of Job Type which will to increased of the forage demands. It can now turn out Phin Tinq of artery description in a peat and expeditious Maimer and on very Road Nablo terms. Such As pamphlets checks business cards handbills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of fare invitations tickets let so. ¿9-litres of ail kinds common and judgment bomb. School justices constables and other Blanks printed Correct Lorand neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for Sale at this office at Pricor a to suit the a subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and a half a year. Address we. M. A Bruit Lebanon a. of personal property. Fir ill to sold at Public Sala on w Friday March 7,182, at the residence of the subscriber in North annul the township Lebanon county about one mile and a half West from be slew and a Quarter of a Mila from Jacob Maulfair a Hill the following personal property 6 elegant draught Hor Serj 1 two yearling Colt 6 Quot Milch cows. 6 head of Young cattle3 few House wagons i entirely new Broad wheeled i two horse Spring Wagon 1 Ona horse Wagon i two horse sled 1 Sleigh i seed Drill ploughs borrows a shovel Harrow 8 cultivators 1 Corn ploughs 1 wire Hay Rnka 2 Seta Hay ladder 1 on Hay Fork 1 Windmill cutting Bench. I sets horse gearing 2 Grain Oracle Gnu scythes rakes Forks and a Good Many other articles Teo numerous to mention. -49f Salo to a Omenea. At 10 of Elock a. When cond Tlona will be made known by a a John May Elfair. North Annville twp., Leb. Oo., Fob. 12, 81. Viat steam Bull a a a a. And a. A cottage dwelling he use por rent. 1he Sorgs bibs offer for Bent. La Rutzler a steam planing ill and saw Mill located near , on the Union canal and about i mite from the Railroad _ this Milt has two pair of Barrs for flour and i pair for Ohop. Also Dottavi dwelling House a a a in Myerstown on the Road leading from Myers town to the Mill. I 49r Possession will be Given immediately or on the let of april next. John a. Donges. Thomas Babbler. Assignees of a Al Hert slur. My Eitown february 19.1882. Jam. A it few subscriber offers to int he Large three Al Story kick building in Cumberland Street Lebanon Between the Black Forse and Washington hotels said building was lately in Possession of or. Reasnor. It has a Fine store room basement Largo Back building outbuildings. Garden do. It Jhu be rented in Wool Korpai t to said applicants. Apply to j. Cressner on the premises or to the undersigned above Annville. Possession Whalbe Given on april 1, 1861. January 8,1862. We. Ault. For rent. Store Home for rent. A Finis stand contains a Large store room and Nieves a other room far family dwelling and store it is situated in Hei Many a Dale. Lebanon county four nand o half Miles West from Lebanon on. The Union canal store has been kept in the above House for the Laet three years. This stand is situated in a thickly settled part of Lebanon and is calculated to do a Largo country and boat business having a son wharf and Landing for boats to Lay and Large and convenient stabling for boat Orssa. This stand is Well worthy the attention of such wishing to engage in store Grain and Coal business. Terms very moderate. October 30, �?T61. John Heilman h. S. Private Sale. Tt1he subscriber offers at private Sale All that certain x fettle of tract of land situate parti in Pinegrove township Schuylkill county and partly in Bethel town ship Lebanon county bounded by Lun Sof Eckert and Gull lord Benjamin Aycrigg Danel Sone trend others cob mining one Hundred and h a forty eight agree and a Quarter with the App or a a Al Teti Auchee. Consisting of a two Story log dwelling House weather boarded a a Story log dwelling House a new. Hank barn other outbuildings and a new Waterpower a Mill m. Term.,., Pinegrove april 20, Lusbi vhf. Out lots at private Sale i will be sold at private Sale 8 aches of land situated in Long Lane near the Borough Hue in Corn win Tow she it of Mao on the North we. At Kina and John Kranston the Bast a the wifi a Ona Story log House a weather boarded defected on the land and a a st Well inthe porn the land has Fine stones ter quarries. This tract who make a Nice Home for a smelt family. A. 1,1. Free from ground go s. tract is now a a Evered with Fiss grass half of which will be Given to the purchaser. Lebanon june18, i860. /. For rent. Fore Boom no. 2, a Seegle now occupied by rate Ottem a dto., As a clothing store for Una Sarah linear Xaver or or. Elizabeth 0. Weidman. Lebenon j an. Is 1862. Assignee notice. A of Louf Cobei Eby Given that William get and Fanny in wife. Of so Titta Annville township Lebau county pa., have assigned their property and of its to the undersigned of the said township and Conn for the Benefit of creditors. All persons having time against said Partley As Well As those indebted requested to mate a element. Am Waif b. Annville feb. 10,�?T82. John Frantz. Grit Jet Ttorney-at-1 a a office in camber land Street in the office of Hie father gen. John we Lemau. Badon August 28,1881 Cyrus i. , a in Walnut Street near a by opposite the Busk hotel and two doors South Fromke Rny any e hardware store. Lebanon. Marsh 23,1861,-ly.___ James t. Young Gas fitter dwrt5lultl663i� administrator a notice. Tit Ottob is hereby Given that letter of adm Nistra. In ton on the estate of major prob stick re Iob late of the Borough or Lebanon Lebanon county Page ceased have been granted to the mide Raigns. Residing to the same plate All persons indebted to said estate will make immediate payment and will present them to f. H. Sbur admin to Lebanon february 12, 1862. Clock 8. Thirty eight t h a a to cos a p a just received at a j. Blair s jewelry Stow Lebanon a. Yib Tuc uti erty u a me Pended cede. Janie h. Kelley on of the Mammoth watch Ezaak bump at Cumberland sind Lebanon a. A. Er8 to the Public an elegant and a Tensive Assort a arts styles of fins jewelry it a. S is. 1j atm Finger chairs of every Stylo and Quality. English French. Bytes and a sri and Silver watches of the must approved aed d make. Clocks or every description. A lety of fancy Goode paintings vases Del. My will be found among the largest in thl see Enn Sylvania and has men selected with great i the meet celebrated importing and Macau the table Lamente in. New York Anu Philadelphia ism done shortest Nozoe and in a Moat Inda Aud the up Bolo generally Are invited to an ton of my Superb a a Kylii. Eton of the big watch a 3.1861. A a Cash Stoke new goods he new Price 8 a _ Swartz hereby a it new oods it adware at Cost. Us Wilber offers hit tog 8�d tor hardware paints hl8.m r co it ofom a a Ubo have settled Tholf Aero met to april Mil to allowed a Liberal Crediton Paren sme Mohave net settled will find tlu#6�600nwljm a i a a for immediate settlement and a Hoe . vol. 13�?no. 37. Lebanon pa., wednesday March 5, 1862. Whole no. 663. Picking up waifs at sea. I shall consider it in the Light of a personal favor at starting if you will compose your spirits to hear a path Otic Stoy and if you will kindly picture me in your mind As a baby five Mio utes old. Do i understand you to say that. I am to big and too heavy to be pictured in anybody s mind As a baby ? perhaps i May be but done to mention my weight again if you please. My weight has been the grand misfortune of my life. It spoilt All my Prospect As you will presently hear before i was two Days old. My Story begins thirty one years ago at eleven of clock in the Forenoon and starts with the great mistake of my first appearance in the world a at sea on Board the merchant ship adventure Captala glib Prive Hundred tons Burthen Odd Pereff and carrying an Experiment de surge on. In presenting myself to you which i am now about to do at that eventful period of my life when i was from five to ten minutes old and in withdrawing myself again from your notice so As not to trouble you with More than a Short Story before the time when i Cut my first tooth i need not hesitate to admit that i speak on hearsay knowledge Only. It is knowledge however that May be relied on for ail that. My information comes from Captain Gallop commander of the adventure who sent it to me in the form of a letter from or. Jolly experienced burgeon of the adventure who wrote it for me most a feelingly As i think in the form of a humorous narrative and from . Drabble stewardess of Tho adventure who. Told it me by word of Mouth. Those three persons were in various degrees spectators i May say astonished spectators of the events which i have now to relate. The adventure at the time i speak of was bound out from London to Australia. I suppose you k now without my telling you that thirty years ago was Long before the time of Tho Good finding and the famous Clipper ships. Building in the new Colony and sheep farming far up Inland were the two main employments of those Days and the passengers on Board oar vessel were consequently builders or sheep Farmers almost to a Man. A ship of five Hundred tons Well loaded with cargo does no to offer first rate accommodation to a Large number of passengers. Not that the gentle folks in the Cabin Iliad any great reason to complain. There the passage Money which was a Good round sum kept them what you Cali select. One or two berths in this part of the ship were even empty and going a begging in consequence of their being Only four Cabin these Are their names and descriptions s or. Sims a Middle aged Man going oat on a building speculation a or Purling a wealthy Young gentleman sent on a Long sea voyage for the Benefit of Bis health. Or. And Small child a Young married couple with a Little Independence which . Small child proposed to make a Large one by sheep farming. This gentleman was reported to the Captain As being very Good company when on Shore. But Tho sea altered him to a certain extent. When or Small child was not sick he was. Eat ing and drinking and when he was not eating and drinking he was fast asleep Fie was perfectly patient and Good Humoured and wonderfully Nim he at running into his Cabin when the qualms took him on a sudden but As for his being Good company nobody heard him say ten words together All through the voyage. A Man can to talk in the qualms a Man can to talk when he is asleep. And that was or. Small child is life. As for . Smail child she kept her Eakin from first to last. But you will Bear More of her presently. These four Cabin passengers As i have already a remarked were Well enough off for their accommodation. But the miserable people in the steer egg poor place at the Best of times on Board the adventure were All huddled together men and women and children Higgley pig Glen a like sheep in a pen except that they Hadnot got the same Quantity of Fine fresh air to blow Over them they were artisans and farm labourers who make it out in the old country. I have no information either of their exact number or of their names. It does no to Mattir there was Only one family among them which need be mentioned particularly a namely the family of the heavy sides. To wit Simon heavy sides intelligent and Well educated a Carpenter by Trade Martha heavy sides his wife and seven Little heavy sides their unfortunate offspring my father and Mother and Brothers and Sisters did i understand you to say ? Don t be in a hurry i recommend you to wait a Little before you make quite sure of that circumstance. Though i myself bad not perhaps a strictly Bosking Corae on Board when the vessel left London my ill look As i firmly believe had shipped in the adventure to wait for me and decided the nature of the voyage accordingly. Never was such a miserable Ime known. Stormy weather came Down on is from All Points of the cd Mapes with intervals of Light he fwing winds or dead calms. By the time the adventure had been three months out Captain Gallop a a naturally Sweet temper began to get soured. I leave you to say whether it was Likely to be much improved by apiece of news which reached him from the Region of the Cabin on the morning of the ninety firs Day. It had fallen to a dead Dhim again and the ship was rolling about helpless with her Bead All round the Compass when or. Jolly from whose unfeeling narrative i repeat All conversations exactly As they passed oame on Deok to the Captain and addressed him in these words a in be got some news that will rate Vej Surprise you a said or. Jolly smiling and rubbing his hands. Aitho the experienced surgeon has no shown much sympathy for my troubles i wont deny that his disposition was As Good As his name. To this Day no amount of bad weather or hard work can upset or. Jolly a temper a if its news of a fair wind coming a grumbled the Captain a that would Surprise me on Board this ship i can Promise you units not exactly a wind coming a said or. Joiy. A its another Cabin passenger a the Captain looked round at the empty sea with the land thousands of Miles away and with not a ship in sight turned Sharp on the experienced surgeon eyed him hard changed color suddenly and asked what he meant. 1 mean there a a fifth Cabin passenger coming on Board a persisted or. Jolly grinning from ear to earn a introduced by . Mallch Iida Likely to join us i should say towards evening size nothing to speak of a sex not known at present manners and customs probably a do you really mean it a asked the Captain backing away and turning paler and paler. A yes i do a answered or. Jolly nodding hard at him. A a then ill Tell you what a cried Captain Gallop suddenly flying into a violent passion Al wont have it i the infernal weather has worried me out of my life and soul already and i wont have it i put it off Jolly a Tell her there Isnit room enough for that sort of thing on Board my what does she mean by taking us All in in this Way shameful shameful a a no not remonstrated or. Jolly. A done to look at it in that Light. Its her first child poor thing. How should she know ? give her a Little More experience and i dare say a a whereas her husband a broke in the Captain with a threatening look. A ill speak my mind to him at any rate.�?T. Or. Jolly consulted his watch before he answered. _ a half past eleven a he said. A let to. Consider a Little. Its regular time just now for squaring accounts the sea. Hell have done in a Quarter of Art hour. In five minutes More hell be fast asleep. At one of clock hell eat a Hearty lunch and go to sleep again at half past two hell Square accounts As before and so on till night. You la make nothing of or. Small child extraordinary Many wastes tissue and repairs it again perpetually in the most astonishing manner. If we Are another month at sea i believe we shall bring him into port totally comatose. Hallo what do you want a a the stewards mate had approached the Quarter deck while the doctor was speaking. Was it a curious coincidence this Man also was Grin Ning from ear to ear exactly like or. Jolly. A you re wanted in the Steerage sir said the stewards mate to the doctor. A a woman taken bad name of a a nonsense 1�?T cried or. Jolly. A a hat by you done to mean a he v a that a it sir sure enough a said the stewards mate in the most positive manner. Captain Gallop looked All around him in silent desperation lost his sea legs for the first time these Twenty years staggered Back til he was brought up All standing by the Side of his own vessel dashed his fist on the bulwark and found language to express himself in at the same moment. V a this ship is bewitched a said the Captain wildly. A Stop a he called out recovering himself a Little As the doctor bustled away to the a Stop if its True Jolly Send her husband Here aft to to Damme ill have it out with one of the husbands a said the Captain shaking his fist viciously at the empty air. Ten minutes passed then there came staggering towards the Captain tottering this Way and that with Tho rolling of the becalmed vessel a Long lean melancholy Light haired Man with a Boman nose a watery Blue Eye and a complexion profusely spotted with Large Brown freckles. This was Simon heavy sides their to Ali gent Carpenter with the wife and the family of seven Small children on Board. A of you re the Man Are you a said the Captain. The ship lurched heavily and Simon heavy sides staggered away with a run to the opposite Side of the deck As if he preferred going straight overboard into the sea to answering the Captain s question. A you re the Many a re you a repeated Tho Captain following Quot him seizing him by the Collar and pinning him up fiercely against the bulwark. A its your wife is it you infernal Ras a Al what do you mean by turning my ship into a lying in Hospital you have committed an act of Mutiny or if it Isnit Mutiny its next door to it. In be put a Man in Irons for less in be More than half a mind to tout Mot m Irons 1 hold up you Slippery Lubber 1 what do you mean by inn gift passengers i done to bar gain for on Board my vessel ? what have you got to say for yourself before i clap the Irons on you a a nothing sir a answered s. Heavy sides with the Meek est con nubia1 resignation in his looks and a As for the punishment you mentioned just now sir a continued Simon a i wish to say having Beven children More than i know How to provide for and an eighth coming to Quot make things worse i respectfully wish to say sir that my mind is in. Irons already and i done to know As it will make much difference if you put my body in Irons along with a the Captain mechanically let go of the carpenters Collar the mild despair of the Man. Melted him in spite of a Why did you come to sea Why did no to you wait ashore till it was All Over a asked the Captain As sternly As he could. A its no us waiting sir remarked Simon. A in Pur line of life As soon As its Over in a begins again. There a no end to it that t can see a said the miserable Carpenter after a moments Meek consideration a except the a who stalking about the grave a cried or. Jolly coming up at that moment. A its births we be Gotlop do with on Board this vessel Nott burials. Captain Gallop this woman Martha heavy sides can to be left in your crowded Steerage in her present condition. She mu9t a a moved off into one of the empty berths and the sooner the better i can Tell the Captain began to look Savage again. A Steerage passenger in one of his a staterooms was a nautical anomaly subversive of All he eyed the Carpenter once More As if be was mentally measuring him for a set of Irons a in a very sorry sir Simon remarked polite Lye a very sorry that any inadvertence of mine or . Heavy sides a. A take your Long carcases and your Long Tongue Forward a thundered the Captain. A when talking will mend matters ill Send for you give you own orders Jolly a lie went on resignedly As Simon staggered off. Turn the ship into a Nursery As soon As you like a. Five minutes later so expeditious was or. Jolly Martha heavy sides appeared horizontally on deck shrouded in blankets and supported by three men. When this interesting procession passed the Captain he shrank aside from it with As vivid an appearance of horror As if a wild Bull was being carried by him instead of a British Matron. The sleeping berths a Eloiva opened on either Side out of Tho main hold. On the left hand Side looking towards the ships Bowsprit was . Smallo Hild. On the right band Side opposite to her the doctor established . Heavy sides. A partition of Canvas was next run up entirely across the Cabin. The smaller of the two temporary rooms thus made Lay nearest the stairs leading on deck and was left free to the Public. The larger was kept sacred to the doctor and his mysteries. W Hen an old clothes Basket emptied cleaned and comfortably lined with Blau Kels to serve for a make shift Cradle had been in due course of time carried into the inner Cabin and had been placed Midway Between the two sleeping berths so As to be easily producible when wanted the outward and visible preparations of or. Jolly. Were Complete the male passengers Badal taken Refuge on deck and the doctor and the stewardess were left in undisturbed Possession of the lower regions. While it was still Early in the afternoon the weather changed for the better. For once in a Way the wind eau from the fair Quarter and the adventurer bowled along pleasantly before it almost on an oven Captain Gallop mixed with the Little group of male passengers on the Quarter deck restored to his sweetest temper and set them his customary example after dinner of smoking a Cigar. A i this Fine weather lasts gentlemen a he said a we shall make out very Well with our meals up Here and we shall have our two Small extra passengers christened on dry land in a weeks time if their mothers approve of it. How do you feel in your mind sir about your lady ? or. Small child to whom the inquiry was addressed had his Points of external personal resemblance to Simon heavy sides. He was. Neither so tall nor so lean certainly but he too had a Boman Rose and Light hair and watery Blue eyes. With careful reference to his Peculiar habits at sea he bad been placed conveniently close to Tho bul Wark and been raised on a Heap of old sails and cushions so that he could get his head Over the ships Side when occasion required. The food and drink which assisted in a restoring his tissue a when he was not asleep and a squaring accounts with the sea a Lay close to his hand it was Little after three of Elock and the snore with which or. Small child answered the East ails inquiry showed that lie had got round again with the regularity of clockwork to the period of the Day when he recruited himself with sleep. A what an insensible Blockhead that Man is a said or. Sims the Middle aged passenger looking across the deck contemptuously at mr.,. A if the sea had the same effect 08 you that it has on him a retorted Tho invalid passenger or. Purling a you would be just As insensible or. Purling who was a Man of sentiment disagreed with. Or. Sims who was a Man of business on every conceivable subject All through the voyage. Before however they could continue the dispute about or Small child the doctor surprised them by appearing from the Cabin. A any news below Jolly a asked the Captain anxiously. A none whatever a answered the doctor. A in be come to Idle the afternoon away up Here along with the rest of As events turned out or. Jolly idled away an hour and a half exactly. At the end of that time Drabble the stewardess appeared with a face of mystery and whispered nervously to the doctor. A please to step below directly a which of them is it a asked or. Jolly. A both of them a answered . Drabble emphatically. The doctor looked grave the stewardess looked frightened. The two immediately disappeared together. A i suppose gentlemen a said capt. Gallop addressing or. In ring or. Sims and the first mate who had just joined the party a i suppose its Only fit and proper in the turn things have taken to shake up or. Small child and i done to doubt but what we ought to have the other husband Handy As a sort of polite attention under the circumstances. Pass the word for Simon heavy sides. Or. Small child sir Rouse up Here a your Good lady a hang me gentlemen if 1 know exactly How to put it to a yes. Thank you a said or. Small cd old opening his eyes a biscuit and. Cold Bacon As usual when in a ready. In a not ready yet. Thank you. Good or. Small child closed his eyes again and became in the doctors phrase a totally before Captain Gallop could hit on any new plan for rousing this Imper to Bable passenger Simon heavy sides once More approached the Quarterdeck. A i spoke a Little Sharp to you just now my Man said the Captain a being worried in my mind by what a going on on Board this vessel. But my make it up to you never Here s your wife in what they Call an interesting situation. Its Only right you should be within easy Hail of her. I look upon you heavy sides As a Steerage passenger in difficulties and 1 freely give you leave to Stop with us till its All Over. A you Are very Good sir a said Simon a and 1 am indeed thankful to you and to these gentlemen. But please to remember i have seven children already in the Steerage and there a nobody left to mind pm but me. My wife has got Over it uncommonly Well sir on seven previous occasions and i done to doubt but what Shell conduct herself in a similar manner of the eighth. It will be a satisfaction to her mind Captain Gallop and gentlemen if she knows i m out of the Way and minding the children. For which reason i respectfully take my with those words Simon made his Bow and returned to his family. A Well gentlemen the two husbands take it easy enough at any rate a said the Captain. One of them is used to it to be sure and the other is a Here a banging of Cabin doors below and a hurrying of footsteps startled the speaker and his audience into momentary silence and attention. A ease her with the Helm Williamson a said Captain Gallop addressing the Man who was steering the vessel. A in my opinion gentlemen the less the ship pitches the better in Tho turn things Are taking the afternoon wore on into evening and evening into night. Or. Small child performed the daily ceremonies of his nautical existence As punctually As usual. He was aroused to a sense of . Small child a situation when he took his biscuit and Bacon lost the sense again when the time came round for a squaring his accounts a recovered it in the interval which ensued before he went to sleep lost i again As a matter of course when his eyes closed Onee More and so on through the evening and Early night. Simon heavy sides received messages occasionally through the captains car telling him to keep his mind easy ret tried messages mentioning that his mind was easy and that the children were pretty quiet but never approached the deck in his own person or. Jolly now and then showed himself said a All right a to news took a Little Light refreshment and then disappeared a gain As cheerful As a Veri the fair Breeze still held the captains temper remained unruffled the Man at the Helm eased the vessel from time to time with the most anxious consideration. Ton of clock came the Moon Rose and shone superbly the nightly grog made its appearance on the Quarter deck the Captain give the passengers the Benefit of his company and still nothing Twenty minutes More of suspense slowly succeeded each other a and then at last or. Jolly was seen suddenly to ascend the Cabin stairs. To the amazement of the Little group on the Quarter deck the doctor held Drabble the stewardess fast by the Arm and without taking the slightest notice of the capt or the passengers placed her on the nearest seat he could find. As he did this his face became visible in the Moonlight and displayed to the startled spectators an expression of Blank consternation. A a compose yourself ., a Rabbit said the doctor in tones of unmistakable alarm. Beep quiet a a air blow Oyer you. Collect yourself May am for heavens Sake collect yourself in. ,. Mrs. Drabble made no she beat her bands vacantly on her Knees and stared straight before her woman panic stricken. A what a wrong a asked the Captain setting Down his Glass of grog in dismay a anything amiss with those two unfortunate women a a nothing a said the doctor. A both doing admirably a anything queer with their babies a continued the Captain. A Are they More than you bargained for Jolly f twins for instance a no i no-1�?T replied or. Jolly impatiently. A a baby apiece both boys a both in first rate condition. Judge for yourselves added the doctor As the two new Cabin passengers tried their in qts below for the first time and fou Iid that they answered their purpose in the most satisfactory Mannar in a Whitt the Devil Raiss then with you and . Drabble a persisted the Captain beginning to loss Liis temper again. A . Drabble and i Are tvo innocent people and we Bave got into the Paosu dreadful scrape Bias you Ever heard of a was or. Jolly a startling answer. The Captain followed by or. Purling and or. Sims approached the doctor with looks of horror. Ever the Man at the wheel stretched himself Over it As far As he could to hear what was coming next. The Only uninterested person was or. Small child. His time bad come round for going to sleep again and he was snoring peacefully with his biscuit and Bacon close beside him. A lets hear the worst of it at once Jolly said the Captain a Little impatiently. The doctor paid no heed to this request. His whole attention was absorbed by . Drabble. A Are you better now May am a he asked anxiously. T a no better in my mind answered . Drabble beginning to beat her Knees again. A worse if a listen to me said or. J oily Coaxin Gly. A ill up Menf Rwy note Case Over again to you in a few Plain questions. You la find it All comeback to your memory if you Only follow to attentively and if you take time to think and collect yourself before you attempt to . Drabble bowed her head in submission and listened. Everybody else on the Quarter deck listened except the impenetrable or. Small child. A now May am in said the a Wiir troubles began in . Heavy sides Cabin which is situated on the starboard Side of the ship a a the mid sir replied . Drabble. A Good i we went backwards and forwards an infinite number of times Between . Heavy sides starboard and Small child Larboard a but we found that . Heavy sides having got the Start when i called out a . Drabble Here a a chopping boy for you come and take him 1 a i called out starboard did no to i a a starboard sir ill take my oath of it said . Drabble. A Good again a Here a a chopping said. Take him May am and make him comfortable in the Cradle took him and made him comfortable in the Cradle according ? now where was the Cradle a in the main Cabin sir replied . Drabble. A just so in the main Cabin because we Hadnot got room for it in either of the sleeping Cabins. You put tie starboard baby otherwise heavy sides in the clothes Basket Cradle in the main Cabin. Good once More. How was the Cradle placed a a crosswise to the ship sir said . Drabble. A crosswise to the ship that is to say with one Side Long Wise towards Tho Stern of the vessel and one Side Long Wise towards the bows. Bear that in mind and now follow me a Little farther. No i no 1 done to say you can to and your Heads in a whirl. My next question will steady it. Carry your mind on half an. Hour . Drabble. At the end of half an hour you Hoard my voice again and my voice called . Drabble Here a another chopping boy for you come and take him 1�?and you came Aud took him Larboard did no to you a. A Larboard sir i done to deny it Ati swered . Drabble. A better and better a Here is another chopping boy i said. A take him May am and make him comfortable in the Cradle along with number you took the Larboard baby otherwise Small child and made him comfortable m the Cradle along with the starboard baby otherwise heavy sides. Accordingly now what happened after that a i. A Don t ask. To sir i exclaimed . Drabble. Lomg her self control and wringing her hands desperately. Ste do mama ill put it to you an Plain As print. Steady and listen o me. Just As you had made the Larboard baby comfortable 1 had occasion to Bend you into the starboard or heavy sides Cabin to fetch something which i wanted in the Larboard or Small child Cabin i kept you there a Little while along with a i left you and went into Tho heavy sides Cabin and called to you to bring to something i wanted out of the Small child Cabin but before you got half Way across the main Cabin 1 said a no top where you Are and ill a come to you a immediately of tar which . Small child alarmed you and you came across to me of your own a. Cord and thereupon i stopped you Cej Dpi in Tom a family Kkt for town and country f \ is printed and published weekly by we. M. Brelih a a a. 2d Story of Vunck a new building Cumberland Sanii. At one Dollar and fifty cents a year. / advertisements inserted at the usual rate a a a to the Denda of the Estaly Lei neat. Aud the Public gone ally Are respect fully solicited to Sond in their orders of amp in 431�anduills printed lit Firth nah notice. J hates of postage. A Lebanon county postage free. S in Pennsylvania out of Lebanon county 3 a Coats be Quarter or is cents a year. A a out of this state cts. Per Quarter or 26 ots. A Yeti Jln to if the postage is not paid a Advance rate Are Doukleff a in the main Cabin and said a Drabble your minds getting confused Quot sit Down and collect your scattered. Intellects and you sat Down Anc tried to collect them�?1�?v a a and sir interposed Quot. Drabble parenthetically. A Ohmok head my head a a a and tried to collect your scattered intellects and a continued the doctor. A and the consequence was when i eaten out from the child Cabin to Sec How you were get Ting on i found you with the clothes Basket Cradle hoisted up on the Cabin Lek table staring Down at the babies in jul. Side with your Mouth dropped open of and both your hands twisted in your hair i said a anything wrong with either of those find boys j . Drabble you caught me by the in coat Collar and whispered in my rights ear these words a lord save us and help us or. Jolly in be confused the two babies in my mind and i do Nifte Quot know which is which in a and i done know now a cried Drabble hysterical i by. A of my head my head i done to know Nowin a Captain Gallop and gentlemen Sandil or Jolly Wheeling around and adj a dressing his audience with the con a pos Are of sheer despair a that is the j j scrape and if you Ever heard of a a worse one i Trou Bilyou to Pomposo a this miserable woman by mentioning v it Gallop looked at or Pur a Ling and or. Sims. Or. Purling and a or. Sims looked at Captain Gallop. He they were All three n and no wonder. A a a can to you throw any Light on it Jolly a inquired the Captain who was the first to recover himself. In a if you knew what i have had to pc do below you ask me such a a question As that replied the doctor. A remember that i have had the lives j of two women and two children Tojo answer for remember that i have j. Been cramped up in two Small sleep i. Aug Cabins with hardly room to turn p round in and just Light enough from two miserable Little larnp3 to see my bands before remember the proves p. Signal difficulties of the situation Tho ship rolling about under me All the while and the stewardess to compose in into the bargain a Bear All that in / mind will you and then Tell me How \ much spare time i had on my hands i for comparing two boys together Inch a by Inch two boys born at night within half an a Duro each other on t Board a ship at sea. A a i Only wonder the mothers and the boys and the doctor Are All five of them alive to Tell the Story in it. A no Marks on one or other of them that happened to catch your Eye a asked or. Sims. A they must have been Strongis Marks to catch my Eye in the Light i had to work by and in the professional difficulties i had to grapple with a said the doctor. A i saw they were both straight Well formed children and that Sall i m a Are their infant features sufficiently developed to indicate a family likeness a in h quire or. Purling. A should you say it they took after their fathers or their Moth ers v a both of them have Light eyes and Light hair such As it is a replied or. Jolly dog Gedly. A judge for a or. Small child has Light eyes and Light f Hail a remarked or. Sims.1 a and Simon heavy sides has Light eyes and Light hair a rejoined or. Purling. A i should recommend waking or Small child and sending for heavy sides and letting the two fathers toss up for it a suggested or. Sims i a the parental feeling is not to be trifled with in that heartless manner a retorted or. Purling. A i should recommend trying the voice of a what May that be sir a a inquired Captain Gallop with great curiosity. A the maternal instinct a replied or. Purling. A the mothers intuitive knowledge of her own May a a said the Captain. A Well thought of what do you say Jolly to the voice of nature a the doctor held up his hand impatiently. He was engaged in resuming the Effort to Rouse Drabble a memory by a system of Amateur Cross examination with the unsatisfactory result of confusing her More hopelessly than could she put the Cradle Back in her own mind into its original position no. Could she remember whether she Laid the starboard baby otherwise heavy sides on the Side of the Cradle nearest the Stern of the ship or nearest the bows could she remember about the starboard baby otherwise so Alvhild no. Why did she move the Cradle on to the Cabin table and so bewilder herself additionally when she was puzzled already because it came Over her or a sudden that she had forgotten in the dreadful confusion of the time which was which and of Jourse she wanted to look closer at them and see and she see and to her dying Day she could never forgive herself and let them throw her overboard for a miserable wretch if they liked a and so on till the persevering doctor was wearied out at last and gave up . Drabble and gave up with her the whole Case. 1 see nothing for it but the voice of nature a said the Captain holding fast to i. Purling a idea. Try it Jolly you cart but try it a. Someth ing mgt be done a said the doctor. I can t lease the women alone any jnngeqy�nfli4he�moment i get below they will both ask for their babies wait you re fit to be seen . Drabble. And then follow me. Y Oice of nature a added or. Jolly contemptuously Asho descended the Cabin stairs. A Oil yes. A try it much a oort the Voce of nature will do us gentlemen you Hall judge for your self a. Favoured by the night or. Jolly cunningly turned Down the dim lamps in the sleeping Cabins to a Mere Glimmer on the ii

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