Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
12 Mar 1862

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12 Mar 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 12, 1862, Lebanon, Pennsylvania Baa in Intaj nov Tarana Ioa now a suppl la a with an of Tenito ssjs2� a. ? Tab. Wowch will be Taer Wied As the11 a a a a Aow a in out Puntino of a neat am expeditious manner us bit try reasonable terms. Such As pamphlets checks business cards handbills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of Fata. _ inti Tatios Tio Keta to amp a. A a 49 miss of All kinds common and Juil moot Boroh school Justice Oana Ublee Anil other but is printed err scaly and neatly on the beet paper constant Kent Fot tale at Thia Oce at prices a to a Uluth Estasa Quot a Price of the Lebanon abybrti8e� one Doug and a half a year. A a address we. M. Baauw Lebanon p., steam Musl a no a a a a a cars a us Phe subscribers of lir or Bent Al Hertzler s 8tram planing ill and saw Mill located near , on the Union canal and about i mile from Tbs this Mill has two pair of burrs for flour an chop also. Cottage dwelling House Alp per Stowe on the Road leading from Myers Jown to the Mill. 43ppcaaa�lton will be gluon immediate up or on tue let of april next. John a. Bones Thomas ba8si.er, pair for february Aoa us Sisr assignees of Levi he Talar. Forh Ewt to offers to bowl has Large three Al Story Brick b�oi1.dino, in Cnair Borland Street Labanon tween the Black horse and Washington hotels. Sold building was lately in Possession of or. Baisner. It has a Fine store Boom basement Large Back building outbuildings Garden to. It will be rented in whole or t to said applicants. Apply to j. C. Molsner on the premises or to the undersigned above Annville. Possession Wilt be Giren on april 1, 1861. Leonary 8,186g. We. Ault. Storc House Dir remit wis at amp Ltd a data Ina emerge store Boom and eleven x other Ooi amp i for family dwelling to a it if Al tufted in Henman a dul. Lehano to Unity four Al full and a half Miles West from Lebanon a the i Union canal. Storp has been kept in Liat above House Abr the lest three Yean. This stand is in a thickly settled part of Leberton county and is calculated tofiq a to Large country and in sunni hav Iulg Aud Landing for edit Toft fwd 1sige and i convenient stabling for Boqi a Fco this stand is troll worthy the attention of such wishing to engage in store Grain and Coal but Nessi terms very moderate. F won er30, 61, John Heilman h. A re flip Sale. A a private Sale All that certain x 1hrm or tract Fly updo site Date partly in Pinegrove town shop Schuylkill county and partly in Bethel town ship Leran amp a Alft Ndosi Eck Quot Ert and Guilford Benet us Aycrigg Daniel Tott Bertand other Costa Lang one Hundred and t6rt? acre and a Quarter of Fiancee consisting of a two Etory log dwelling Lioniel weather hoarded a a Story log dwelling House a new Bao Vijarn other out building and a new Waterpower saw Mill for , Winch will be easy apply to a a w. Match1n, agent a Pine Roto Aprlf-20, a ont it Long at private Sale will Besold at private Sale a 8 acres of land situated in Long Lane near the Borough line in Cornwall township it Aloina the land of widow Fulmer oaths North we. Atkins and John Krato on the Hast thers is a one Story log House weather boarded erected on the land and a Good will in the Garden a the land has Dae stones for quarries. This tract will malts a Loo Home for a Small Molly. A b9u it is treo from ground rent. Good title will be Given. Adam Hitcher. Nib a this tract is now covered with boo grass half of which wit bog Lisa to the purchaser. Lebanon june 18, i860. For rent torn room no. 3, a Eagle building a now occupied a by res Ensten a Bro of a clothing store. For Turmes apply to a mrs. Sabah Linea Weaver or mrs. Elizabeth o. Weidman. Lebanon. Jan. 18,1861 Assignee notice. A notice is hereby give Optat William gets and by his Wilb of South Annville township Lebanon county a have assigned to Iier properly and of facts to the undersigned Orille said town hts a a a a ski vow ii it a so indebted to for Tho Bonest of . A ii Olaires against said rare los gain Ell i or requested to make settlement. I f i if i �?o4fthn wok. 8, an Niue Fieh. 18, 6ff. Join Frantz. G1mtjyt torn eve at a to to a a re ii a lid Street a in too office of his father gen. John Weidman. Ibanga August 88,1861, Cyrus Halle a a in Walnut Street Neer a. By opposite the Buck hotel and two doors Boath from Karmany s hardware Toro. Lebanon March 88,1861,-iy. _ _ a notice. Otloe is hereby Given that letters of adm Nistra Tjon on the estate of major Faaa Duox Euston late a i the Bronsh of Lebanon Leb non county pa., do Eek my have been granted to,.the undersigned Roaald mpg in the same place. All persons indebted to said a Teje Immediato payment find those having claims them to. A f. H. Eb0r, admin r. Tehi aary 18,1882/_ c l o c k 8. To dirty Day fight pair thirty hour clocks. Just received at 3, j. Blawis jew airy store. A Leb Nuon a. Jittu log h. Kelley sign of the Mammoth watch Eagle Street it tit bpm to it Loput Gna a f"pari8 styles of Pine jewelry cont Etna of Brno and Buby Emerald Pearl Stone Cato a of etruscan Cora breast pins ear hinge end a Ricer Bing a _ a t. Roii of teams of every style a English French Swiss and Amerl Man Gidd and Stiver watches of the must approved and a celebrated makers. Clocks of every description. A Large variety of Conoy goods paintings vases go. Fhe Stock will be found among the largest in this see Tion of Pennsylvania and has been see Otid with great care from toe meet celebrated import Jig and Roan fac to Ifni it Blush Motsin Newyl a and Philadelphia. Rire Nuno done at the Sjur freest notice and in a most a it my of tends wed Tho pit Hole generally Are invited to an examination of my Superb Stook. A sign of the big watch toa affix ii july a a few Cash store new go Odd and new prices. A Fzli Bess of Swartz a Bro a hmm building which will be Lomby Coxa at prices to suit the times. All Are i examine. Lebanon april 10, 61. Rishe subscriber offers his jew a Quot a. Elm cd d x Stock or had walk paints orca. A a amp a a amp a 1861, win be allowed a Liberal a a dolt Oil p who have not settled win Hud a. S. Ely esq., for immediate settlement aft Colic tion.0. M. Kabma8t. Lebanon july it 186. Quot his am w. Ranh Somp Lyof Jonestown. Lebanon county would respectful a a form Hie fiends and the Public that he has Connette ish Solf with or. Lowro in Tbs tobacco snuff at Segar business Jvn. 138 North third Street Phila where be will be glad to. Receive customers and Wilt sell at rate that will prove satisfactory. Philadelphia jqly�t.1861. I Gilt new style a a. 1861 a to in 4n Flor my butt atm men ill Rwy my fib my t. Stiff incr and Caps for men and writ for 1858, of a a we Tito Lon of the Public to Reepes whily inv Hatt Ofell Price from the cheapest tothe Moet cd a tiv a Lavt on hand. He Baa also ans opened a spleen Imam a and ail others. S. A y., Meo wholesale All kind of hate Cape ter jus. Lebanon july it. I80l a a a i yes i in Ira is i 6 undersigned re it fully informs toe Ltd a a hip Sebrino a at abort notice and on reasonable terms. He can be found at has residence in North. Lebanon 8810888. A. Lebanon Borough Jan. 16, >68,-Sffi. A a. A cd a a ass vol. 18�?no. 38. Ujj Oenig. Tired to death i malady is i she h l8 studied the print of the Gay Telnet Rug and Goren her dear Darling Hoodie aug and from her Bay window has noticed the foil a of a Ripe Aeo Tarlit Fetn the Low Sui Friy will a she s embroider via n Inch on some Daft bad a to Btu audit flawed Tjo the Mirror her elegant tut has Liq kid at an Sibum a Rich Bijouterie then Natl Only owned herself dead with Enaut. And my lady to death i 1 exhausted h estrange that As Day after Day of frer passes slowly away a a so Al Metis and. A of Stellah Quot so empty and Hue so free from sometimes called diviner that she wearied of something she hardly knows what thinks of hot Whit she is but of All she is not a on Nel ally emotions Are vulgar you know and my lady a have always been la Faut. Still my lady is tired to death r of woman false women Fitl a Mother Lylse wife 1 1 what account can you i prof your Bor wasted ufos of thet Hoo Toat Tia passed liken of Verith gleam that life that has not bean o w but to Reskof a Wiat account will you give in the awful last Day a when the pomp the world piss away the lathe master demands of the talents he a Giren a stewardship rendered on Earth and in heaven f tired in death i Hast off for a moment Yoars diamonds and lace and Shine in the Light of True womanly Grace look around you and see with Eye raised to the Light. Sir eng men end Irue vome Uhd live for Tho right a Brave hearts that not though let at the goal. Great lives whose fierce struggles will never be told whose with straying hearts Stern duties control. Whoso Only True life is the life of the soul. The shad0w ki8s, two do Gap Bay windows lit the room in Wutoh we watched the evening gloom 111 the by Ilfan Wiuf luf in a pet Orand maven Kemte in vhf to. The gaslight on and on our Selling cast a glow. While Pater Aalt a Hie coterie talked Matt Ora parliamentary or ruled with solemn a Tiance of Hoad. Pfow prudently the Young should wed in by comm to Oei Effii a the a a my Dearest lat a a re to a Crk is re. Lured by the shadowy hour and Nook the proffered pledge Abe cooly took when to by our us Lucky cite in Silhouette our tet��a.�tete�. J. Noses and Porto Delps were All obliquely shadowed on thaw null i so when the Foeman bring in Tea sombre Are they and thearld Are the Lamb Hab Prem Tonly shown. A truth we had not dared Tooru Small thanks to Light untimely East and yet Thia kiss was no tour last a flaunted House to let a new York. The new York Mercury Tatos that there is a Large Houise up town in the 3eti.tier of tha �vp5t part of got Rafii which a tip ass theft it seen Biff for a Long time Tufe Bill Atli been there at least for Sev-sil1hdftltfts. The Refik Fth is that the House is shrill to a to High cited. Yiyi the Fri books should choose it for a dwelling is very strange for it is one of the plainest buildings in Tho Vicinity with not even an inviting gab a or a cozy cranny. For All that there ave happened Witt in its wails it ibo v4�yddti the Imp that people e a re shy of occupying Stoibe per sons May think it All a Humbie go Kif old woman is tale or Mayhap an entertaining fiction but we assure Teeth Chhit Slich is not the Case. The facts which we will now recite dispel any such ingenious Bedry. Without a Shadow of doubt the Bohr of is haunted several years ago its owner arid occupant died very suddenly Aud under most Peculiar circumstances who Vas taking Bis usual morning Bath j what from some unknown cause be was. Smitten with death and Lay in the room several hours Ercy any one sought him. His family Scro away at the time and his servants did not venture to disturb him. Until their misgivings were aroused by his non appearance at breakfast. Three Days after he was buried. It was subsequently found out that he bad revived and had struggled with ail his might to rid himself of Tho Here ment a the shroud and the but it was All to. No purpose. The matter was known to but a few1, and for obvious reasons was kept a secret. To might add the unfortunate gentleman was one of our most prominent citizens and had received no Small he nors at Tho hands of Tho political party to Bieh he was attached. After his death Tho family moved away and the House was offered to let. A a naturally the Story of the death of the last occupant cling tothe House and for a Long time no Orte a pm old fee found to hire i it people of cd a a their Heads ominously thought it was too dark and some were afraid of the Bath room it looked so grim. At lady vented it and a feta thing Yodao. For awhile All went on smoothly. Tace neigh boys began to think they had acted foolishly in holding Sueh unpleasant opinions a bout the House White such of the occupants As bad heard of the weird tales connected with it laughed in their sleeves at what they de need. Old. Woman a stories. One night it Yas in the Middle of Winter the neighbors were startled by strange noises apparently coming from the strange House in question and their apprehensions were not a Little heightened by the fact that the Domicil was brilliantly lighted from basement to Garret. All this betwee Midnight and drawn ugh l if was rather Odd they thought. The next Day the House was vacated and the Good land lady anther boarders left for parts unknown j and to this Day not pne has inside of tie building nor re one of divulge the Rematos for their sudden departure. Again a by of was Al Trig out bearing. Lebanon. Pa., wednesday March 12, 1862. Whole no. 664. The words a to i amp to Anid in the Fol l�a4m� of a Al �1 a Skaf a a big f a Wen t re Jiin it Yte a a Marritte Bali up til the following aut Tymn at which time the gentleman fell deadly sick and left for the South. Tbs is thelious was loft vacant. The next was a boarding House keeper at least she said she was. The neighbors however bad their suspicions aroused by the late hours she kept and the number of gentlemen who called very late in the evening and went away very Early in the morning and application to the police depart men resulted in the mysterious lady a departure and her family of daughters no sooner was the House vacated than strange noises were heard in it of night and Bright lights were it at hours when honest folks Are Abed. In pin the Poi co tried to solve the no. Cause could be for ��?�11 1 a a is a w. A a Stieh Doi \ so the time wore on until last Spring when a gentleman from the country with a wife and two children took Possession of the House. The neighbors congratulated themselves that the new Comers were reap Eoln ble people and trusted that under their regime nothing would be heard of th<3 stories. But in this they were mistaken. It was observed a hot be new occupants grew careworn and Soldo i entertained any company the a Hildreth too were afflicted with diseases which baffled the skill of the medical faculty. What could it mean 1 nobody could in amp a War the he people a a Iii riot a old of their troubles until october a Shuji the gentleman called of the neighbors to inquire if there was anything Wong about the House. A Why a said be �?~1 a amp no of. And Yard he to Stancl it any longer. For the last three lived in perfect misery. Not care so much about myself but i cannot have Niy wife and children so unhappy. It goes Well enough during the Day but no sooner Doos night set in than to hear the queer noises about the House a now the slam pie of door now a Low groan and a tremendous rattling of the window.�?�. A the. Other Day Quot he continued �?o1 bought Coal enough to last three months and now there is not enough left to Cook a single More than that sir though it May strike you nonsense i do. Clare i saw a form flitting about my room lost night and As soon As a lighted the Gas it vanished. Thinking the right would serve tor a Protection left it burning but scarcely had i fallen asleep than., it was extinguished and i awoke to see fat at horrid form again. Sir i leave the Hulise to. Mai now a and god help the 4 it it. Of i <5 14. Person who next ii com it. The Story caused great excitement in the neighbourhood. One policeman after another was hired to stay in the House at night but never could fee Frova led Pronto stay More than once. Is one of them said1 a a in a rather lose my place than. Spend a night in that Ere House after what i have r finally the neighbors determined to take in their own hands. So one a right a arty of eight provided the Selve s with lanterns at a the diet. A a of a is of tour Autho building separating into four couples each couple took charge of a hardly had they begun their explorations when the slamming of Adoor Waff heard in the upper Story hastening thither they took precaution to Nail Down the scuttle on the roof and lock every door on the 3d and 4th floors but just ask they reached the second Story the same noise was Hoard again. Retracting their Steps the party found the scuttle gone and of a a or out of the twelve doors they had looked wide open i a second time they fastened the doors and started Down stairs two of the party remaining to keep watch. Suddenly their lanterns went out and a Quot cold Clammy Quot hand was Laid upon one of them. Calling for his companions he rushed after the unknown possessor of to cold an appendage but to no purpose. The mysterious personage vanished through an open door a it ass murder trial in who Tikie t�3rwk.t shrilly taken place of arts fiend of 3t Ain tor horror is up aral a theol convinced that the search was a fruitless one. Judge of. Their feelings at finding the front drier securely fastened and they the prisoners of they few div riot whom a Low growl in the Ball a Fife ibo t of , accompanied by slamming of doors All Over the House added materially to the Mise on scene. After repeated efforts this door was forced to priv and they All hastened Home glad enough to have escaped from they knew not what. A j3ince that time the Ftp use has been Muribo qupied. A it i in All Wilbin is dark a Atigbi a a exp toe window Sheffe is a ii it. A a a a a Ope can a amp a a -1> 4nd vacancy _ of Uii strange this hot Otto arid now Reader would you know tii Hrire to find this House ? we will Tell you. Go do to Madison Square turn into Twena Fth Street and on the lower of de or the Way within a stones throw of the Fark Iron will see a fou Story Brick House sol Rodn ded by elegant grounds in the rear of which is a Large and costly Well that is not the one the House we mean is two doors beyond. It is to do you want it ? oct. A debtor severely questioned As to foe reason a just debt re a a boil Mori a amp a very wide Man an Sam amp a very Strong ,-Burneith-0f pm Woolf a 1he& debts without or us by Burg in t France Whf i Lelend in the Ursala of crime lowing facts Ere elicited a a the male $$ili6ber is named Martin Ehi Mollard wed 52, and the female lib Bis wife or Irinne Martinet aged h appeared from the evidence and indeed. From the Confos Siou a of Dot Hollard himself and of his wife that for Many years Back the Man had been in Trio habit of accosting a Young females who looked like Domestic server its a representing himself As a person sent to hire a servant for a gentleman Scop try House inducing them to accompany Hime ome distance until they be Ach cd a neighbouring Wood and there throwing a Cord around their necks attach pit no to out rage and murder them. In one it try recent instance a girl escaped from his hands and Seeburg the lights of a railway line at a distance ran in that direction and obtained a Refuge. Her description of her assailant combined with the fast that similar statements had been made at Distant intervals by other girls aquaed an inquiry to be vigorous to set a no foot and Dumol lard who appeared to have no regular Mode of livelihood was a respected. A search was made in his House and an immense Quantity of female garments there Suph As forty bonnets fifty seven pairs of stockings fourteen dresses and Teapot Cor sets petticoats chemises amp a. , Quot being arrested an Clidy Naif cd by the girl who had escaped confessed that he had been for years in the Babit a of decoding girls in. The. Forest but stated a hat he was Only the agent of a gang who employed him for the. Purpose arid who. Gave him., the clothes for Bis Reward. He denied in it be had himself co him a a Tea any of the Rili Fra is st murders. The woman who lately escaped and several others who likewise identified ,.stated, however that there was no one with him or near him when he attempted the crimes. A search i i the Forest discovered the dead body of a Young woman very recently buried. The body was quite naked and what was a peculiarly horrifying was that the hangs were found clasped full of the fresh Earth heaped above and drawn up thus giving Rise to More than suspicion that the unfortunate girl had been buried before life a amp wholly departed. The Skull was marked with two. Terrible wounds Quot in another Partma the Forest another body was found in a decayed conditions likewise that of a Young Vii Hon a Titial a a a ripped of All clothing. A subsequent researches cd Rector indeed partly by Dum Ollard himself discovered two female Skele it tons. It is ascertained that within some years Many Richer girls have disappeared from the neighbourhood some of whom had. Left their Homes with the intention of seeking employment in Lyons or Paris. The bodies which Are capable of have been fully Idon Tifrea. Among the clothing found in Demoll amp Rdv a House Are several articles bearing the initials of girls whose Fate is yet in a disc Dver red b rid in some inst amp rices a there Are a the in rib garments which Cofoid not have been without innumerable Quantity of clothes eld and new was also found Calico it Fadem and unmade boxes bits of lace Muslin ribbons and Many other articles of like nature the use of which is entirely monopolized in the South of France by Young amongst the spoils were garments that Boro the traces of blood and handfuls of Long hair Brown fair and Black As if torn in a straggle from the Heads of different victims. Thevoz were divers coloured garters taken from Tho legs of the murdered gift is who most have been More numerous than Dum Ollard confessed. Thirty pairs of these articles were discovered in his House. In a loft were Alsa found a not Only the pieces of stuff and cd nth Ostak he from the Box of Marie Pichun one who fortunately escaped but seventeen stays Caps pocket hand kerchiefs and aprons and the Bones of a Little Finger supposed to have been out off because of it Ting that flute d Rin 11 very tightly. A Paris correspondent says a a few weeks ago the unparalleled spectacle was seen Iri the neighbourhood of Lyons a of it judge of instruction and other Law officers per thu la to no the Woods with a Ari in immense crowd of spectators at their Hills to dig up the Doad bodies of murdered girls. As Many As fifteen oases of fit order or attempted murder have Beeri brought Home to the prisoner and it is supposed that Many More must be undiscovered. The country people speak of. Him As the Man who has a a cemetery All to in his Horise were found Rio less than Taro Hundred and thirty Artistes of female apparel besides wat Obes and trinkets a part of the proceeds of the robberies which always accompanied his murders. A Dum Ollard was condemned to death and his wife to Twenty years Imp is unit Merit with Bard a Alaria oort respondent of the London news writes a3 follows a the trial of Dulip Llu re and his wife which has caused such a great sensation was brought to a close to. Day. Pfc was proved a that during the last eight years prisoner had outraged Strid murdered lonely place Eben Der the it of Simiu Guions. Nine other girl. Who were decoded in a similar manner providentially escaped Dum Ollard wits cond Ethny a to death and Bis wife-�9 20 a Earp imprisonment with Bard labor. It is stated that the Fother of Dum Ollard. A base Fea Foi crimes Bare been Alry a Dye eat i bed in our columns Wab broken alive on the wheel bythe austrian a. At Padua for crimes sir ii Lar to those for which his son has been sentenced to a the affair of Dum Olfato has proved to the world that for Tho period of sixteen years a Man May commit murder to any extent for the nun ber victims will Al ways remain Uncertain with impunity and although shunned and suspected a position which of course the murder rather sought than avoided May go and come and when thirsting for More blood May find his appetite flatter of by it the read i Quot prey to yield itself into his grasp provided that he chose the victims from the Bumble classes i who Ever sought to discover what had become of one of.,the poor missing servant girls so ruthlessly Mir Elwed. By a Dum Ollard ? Liq Geld a Ririe and the Gard Champe tre the local mayor and the judge do paix were of All people the most astonished when they heard of the atrocities which had been committed for Many years under their very eyes. The demonstrations of displeasure and disgust which greeted the magistrates As they left it to court House at the termination of each sitting of the Bench formed a humiliating contrast to the ovation with Whilt i the a a girl Mariej Prichop by a and courage alone the murderer was discovered was received each time she left the building. It is she who has Vyred the country from the monster not the other monsters of. The Law Are taxed to was the cry which followed the girl through the streets to tier Home win the trial was Conci sided. He accosted her it seems in the streets of Lyons decoded her a into the a Field and threw his Lasso Over her neck was bib custom to half strangle her violating her person and then stripping her of her clothes trinkets pocket Money &c., Bury her in his private cemetery for it seems the fiend had a graveyard of his own and filled with corpses of his victims but Marie was Strong and bold As a lioness she broke from his rope wrestled with him and overcame him and made her escape. It is her courageous persistence him up and her accurate faultless identification of his a clothes face &c., will rid the Earth of a human Vampire. Many people thin that All. Was not false in of the existence of the band of miscreants in whose service he pretends to. Have been engaged and Fth dark est rumours Are afloat of the disappearance of Young a girls in other parts of fhe cd Navy. Quot Queen Hortense in the a memoirs of Queen Hortense is the following anecdote which gives the key to the wonderful perseverance of the present emperor of the French in resisting adversity and overcoming Alt obstacles to his advancement. The tuition of the Mother has borne Good fruit in the life of the son the. Day tile Duchess of Basso he gave a Ball in Honor of the Queen and Hortense although sad and suffering left her and allowed herself to be dressed. Her fair hair which when unfastened reached Down to Hor feet was arranged in the ancient greek fashion and ornamented with a Garland of Flowers. These were no natural ones however but made of diamonds. She wore a dress of Rose coloured rape embroidered with a Garland of Large Silver Horten. Sias. The skirt of her dress and her train were garnished with violets and roses made of precious stones and on her bosom glistened a Boquet of diamonds and Hortensius. Necklace and bracelets Vevie of the same costly material and represented similar Flowers. In this splendid dress it was a present sent to her or. The previous Day by her Mother she entered the drawing room followed by the richly attired ladles and gentlemen of fir court wha were to follow her to the Ball. It was a Fine bight offered by this room full of ladies glittering with diamonds and of officers in Rich uniforms. The sons of Hortense who it this moment entered the Salon to take leave of their a Bonne Petite Maman a stopped Short As if dazzled for Trie moment by so much splendor and ibo a approached their Mother almost timidly. She seemed to appear before them like one of Tho Genii in the a arabian the Queen guessed the thoughts of her boys whose ingenious faces resembled an open Book therein every one of their feel Inge might to read. She stretched out a hand to each of Tho children and proceeded to a chair on which she sat Down. The younger Louis Napoleon who was then six years of age she took on her Lap whiff Napoleon Louis two a efts older than his brother remained standing at his Mother s Side re sting his curly head on her shoulder and looking up a thoughtful Eye to her Pale Cheek a Well Napoleon a said Hortense As she Laid her White elegant hand on Theja a a Ltd of heft eld to son a do you not think i am very beautifully Drefes de to Days a Jjo hould you love me less a if a were moot if i wore no diamonds Shi Only a simple Blok dross Shofield you like me la a the a a no Mamma Quot replied Firigy at Hobt colouring with anger Little a our Nap of. Of who was onp3l Mot Gri Lap repeated tender to fit the words of his br4?, a Znoj Mamma a the i in smiled and said a Ydia Monda ail Fine or fesses do not Rake people Bap. We three Sefild love. Each other site As we a if we pos yes set non but Werfel Fer. But Tell me Napoleon what should you do if Drift had Tai thing and i were left alone in the a world what should Jou do to maintain yourself j Sho ild become a Soldier Quot real to a Joice with glistening eyes so valiantly the Ftp they should buob ged to promote a for Quot Quot and you Loua a Whitt Shoutd you do to earn Jour bread Little boy had attentively liar fond to what his by tier said Fand seemed still to be to i King Abonit i. Appeared be considered the Knap a fuck and the Musket to heavy he to Ougel t e i a too Young to be a Soldier i he and a Ifor amuse a i should sell but Queta if yep lets like the. Poor or trite boy treat of Tanoff fat the Gate of the t i ill eries and to whom you always give something when passing the ladies and gentlemen who had listened to the children s talk burst out laughing at Little Louis answer a do not laugh ladies the Queen said with a serious face Quot it was no jest. I intended to give my sons a lesson As i saw they were dazzled by the splendor of our diamonds. It is generally the misfortune of princes to imagine that they arc undo of different material from other men and Thor fore have no obligations toward them. They rarely know anything about human sufferings and want and think it almost impossible that these should Ever assail them. As soon therefore As adversity befalls them so surprised and Dis concerted that they cannot find the strength to resist but Aro from such a Fate i will preserve my sons a Hortense kissed the two boys and went with her. Suit to the tiler ies. The Tio Little princes continued to discuss for of Long time whether it. Would to easier to earn Ono a bread by becoming a Soldier or by Selling Violetb at the Gate of the Tuil eries. Consternation in a respectable family. We regret to Stutto that through the blundering of a country Cousin one of the first families of this City were recently thrown into a state of consternation and indignation which it is impossible to describe. For a while serious consequences were apprehended but after proper restoratives were applied and explanations made the family were enabled to take their meals with the accustomed regularity and relish. The mib under standing was caused in a singular manner and can in a measure be attributed to the prevailing War and number of military heroes who in. Tested the Tho Coli bin who caused the trouble is a native of Vermont and is now on a visit to an Uncle in the City. One evening during the recent spell of cold weather the Only daughter of the House a lady of Sev. Enteen Whoso delicacy is a part of her nature and whose mind is entirely above earthly things with the exception of the opera new dresses and a Carriage remarked in the presence of hey Cousin and her family without a word of warning that she Wab fearful if she went to bed. Her Mother was about to utter some expressions of Consolation when the Cousin rude Man that he is remarked in a loud tone so loud that every one heard him a Why done to you take a major to bed with you a 1 there was a faint shriek and Hen Rietta was observed to fal l a sen spa Ess on the Plu self sofa. Hor position however was noted for its i Aeo and the careful manner in which her crinoline was adjusted. -. A wretch a cried the father a you have murdered my daughter with a your vulgarity a a monster a exclaimed the Mother a How could you and such delicate Nerv is As she Lias a a i Swo yelled the vermonter with a doleful look did no to Means a a a silence sir a cried a brother who had attempted to obtain a coihy61s Sion As a brigadier general and failed Only because a in once belonged to a Home guard and knew therefore too. Much on military affairs. A darn it wont you a a a no sir we will not a cried the on raged Parent. A a Man that recommends my daughter to sleep with a major is not fit for decent a but 1 did no to Means a screamed the Yankee,-.but no attention was paid to his Vorda. A she revives she revives the Shock has not killed her a Tho doting Mother said bending Over her child and kissing hgr. A think a sobbed the fair one a a that Cousin should recommend a common major a when there Are so generals without a it was a. Truel blow but you must Bear up Darling a whispered the Mother. A a damnation wont somebody listen to me a cried the perplexed vermonter a i did no to mean that Hen should sleep with a real live major one of them malicious officers. In course i did no to. And i done to want her to in a less she. Is married and then a Sha a May for All i Oare. I wanted her to do As our girls it of cold nights. They heat big icks and put Mem at their feet and up in our parts the gals Call Mem Jors. The qty a what i mean and what a the use of making a fuss about it that a what i want to know it a it seems that we were Labouring under a mistake said the head of the family a but really hereafter when there Are Young ladies m the no oar i dope to think id mention such Ici amp Biu Rit go amp Fiffe a family paper for town and Cov Tryl is printed and published wee Felt by we. M. Breslyn. 2d Story of Funcke a nov sanding Cumberland a i at one Hollar and fifty cents a tear. Psf a Dvo rte Semeniy inserted at the usual Ratee. A i fileds of toa c8tatrzst�n��otj and the Public be amp or ally �1 Eddie ipod to Send in their orders. Jas Baku balls Platea st an hours notice. Rates of. Postage.?. It in Lebanon county postage free. In of Lebanon count cents pm Quarter or 13�?Tcent# a year. A / a out of this by Floi quart error 26 cts. A year if inc Petago in Dot paid in nov shed rates Are doubled. Things. The ladies of the City Are too delicate for s a sch vulgar names a the vermonter promised of be More careful in future Slid the family Are doing Woll. A a russian discipline. Having found a German Friend in the head physician of the military Hospital fat Riga. I accompanied him one. Morning on his visa Takher. On the Way he told me How difficult it was to elicit from the men the real seat of their complaints has every ailing in the upper part Oft a body whether in the head pack or stomach they Call pain in the heart and those in the lower part of the body pain in the having arrived at the Hospital All the patients that were Able to do so arrayed themselves in a Row dumb and stiff As if on military Parade. A How do you feel today. Old Man in asked the doctor of the first. A my heart pains a was the expected timid reply. A Tongue out a said the doctor. And out it was. Turning to,, 1 the same question ame answer the ame a Tongue operations. More tap i tarty m the Row underwent the same medical inti nes and process. A 1 was about leaving when my Friend told me to look around. To my utter As Toms ment 1 saw the whole ing in military attitude Vith their top ves 1 wide out. Yve looked on for a 1 the doctor loudly gave the word. Tongues in a and All the Artici atm organs vanished in an risible faculties were so excited by a the ludicrous scene that it was some moments after we were in the open Street Ere i could rather reproachfully ask my Friend How he could play such a trick on the poor Fellows. A you must not judge a said he a by i merely wanted to show you to what extent the Blind spirit of discipline prevails among the russian troops nor Are the Fellows had ded he a the worse for tree joke j on the contrary that foe cure is Greaf by promoted by keeping a the to Ngy Mesut in the present of the doctor the longer the Bester. Laughing author of a work called a notes of an army/1 sure Geon a records the following incident As i really having occurred during siege of fort Erie in the War of 1812 it a a i remember one Day in making my Hospital rounds a patient just arrived presented an amputated fore Arm and Iri doing so could hardly restrain a Broad 1 laugh the titter was face. What is the matter this does not strike me As. A subject of laughter. A it is not doctor but excuse me i lost my Arm in so funny it a Way that i still laugh when i look at a what Way a a a a your first sergeant wanted shaving and got me to attend to it As i am Corporal. We went together in front of the i had lathered him took him by the nose and was. Just applying the razor when a Cannon Ball came and i saw of his head and my Arm. Excuse me doctor for laughing but i never saw such a thing an. Austrian brides austrian Gazette states that Boron de Sina whose daughter is to be married in january next to Prince Ypsilanti has ordered that the wedding outfit of1 the Bride shall Only consist of articles either manufactured or purchased in the a Austria an Empire. In order to give an idea of this outfit it will be sufficient to say that fifty Warrien have been exclusively pm played during foe last three months id making the body lint of the. Bride elect. Tho tax Bill. A. A. Washington March 3.�?the full win is a abstract of to tax Bill amps reported to the Iio ube to Day. It provides for the appointment by the , of a commissioner of internal Revenue with Vii salary of five thousand dollars. His office is to be in Fop Treasury. Department with a suitable number of clerks. The country is to be divided As the direct into convenient collection districts with an assessor and collector to be appointed Fey the president for each District who shall have Power to appoint such deputies As May be necessary. provides duty on a it Troua liquors15 cents per Gallos on ale and Beer .-$1 per oar rid. On bum and a i tobacco-.3 cents per pounds do Todd . 6 Cesto. On Cigar amp it loj amp and to Conta per Pound actor dog Tove lne of lard and a sced Oil burning fluid and crude Coal Oil. 6 Cento per Gallos. On refined Coal Oil. .10 a a. On pea Pur 1,000 cubic feet.�?��.,.25 bests. On Bank note Puper. 6 Cebu per 2>, of writing u a a on printing m on soap. 6 a a a a on 100 Tow. On sole leather. Cut per 2h. On upper leather a a a a on . To Cento per bbl. All other 3 p6roent. And Valorme. Railroad up Saengorn 2 Milla per mile of tramp Vul. Commutation tickets 3 per cent. A be Gumboat travel i Miu per mile. It omnibuses ferryboat Aud horse Railroad 3 per cent of Rosa a receipt a from Poa amp eur Gerful. On advertisement n per cent on amount of Rebil to a a dually. A for in of carnage annually from $1 to $10, according to value. On Gold witches. Al per annul. In Silver Tva Tchee. A on Gold plate. 60 cute. Per ounce. On a Livor plate. 3 it. A a. On Bill Liard table.,-$20 on slaughtered Catle. 50 Cento each. On Hogan. 10 a Aon . 5 a on license#-bankers.$100 a auctioneers. 20 wholesale dealers. £0 retail dealers a liquors. .�.t. 20 retail dealer in goods-10 pawnbrokers. 60 / we i. 100. Bre wefa. A. Yet hotel tub and taverns graduated Kotord it ing to rental ,.�?-.irom to to 260 eating houses. To a commercial broke so. To other broker. Theatres a 100 circuses. 50. Bowling alleys each Alley. A. It wholesale pedlars.50 other Perl Are. 20 Coal of Difili Elfers Ike. On income i 3 per cent on a All Over. �$600, deducting the income derived from dividend which . It. It. On Railroad Boud and dividends of Banka and saving 0n payment of All salaries of officers in the civil min Litara and naval of ervice of the v. 8 tac Hustig a members of Oon Grese. A Macent on legacies and disc Button share of the. Property of deceased Penchas acc Riog to toe Quot a a degrees of i elation ship m 1@5 Piacent. And stamp duties on All kind of Legal i Nape All Patent medicines telegraphic Memaree and j air Good by a a a it a1-the tax Bill contains one Hundred and five sections and is one of the longest of any kind Ever before prepared moot it of preparation having been bestowed upon u a

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