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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 28, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaFrlj unit hug q it be qbs<9cb3wq0s9i neatly and promptly executed at the advertiser office Lebanon Penn a thj8 is now supplied with an extensive assortment of Job Type which will be increased As the a patronage demands. It can now turn out Pri Tiko of every description in a neat and expeditious manner a noun very reasonable Tenuis Suchias pamphlets checks business cards handbills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of fare. Invitations tickets &c., pc. A a is no of Alt kind common and . A Ftp Umi tvs the Csc constables and other Lap tvs printed c��?Tlj"nd1 sin a Taw the us kept for my if at Thi it office at prices to suit Tho times. A a of the Lebanon advertiser. Ono Dollar and Ujj Bassuir Lebanon a George Pfleger jr., attorney at Law do tick in rooms formerly Occam fed by or. Samuel bum deceased and opposite to the Black Lorse hotel Cumberland Street Lebanon. A August-26,-1863.grant., we1dm an attorney at Law. Off a be a in Cuin Botland Street a few doors East of u this Eagle hotel in tha office late capt. John Wellmnn Dectf-.1 a Letianon-8ept. A 1863, a a Stanley i Erich attorney at. Law. A has removed h is office to the building one door was of Linn a store opposite the walking ton House Lebanon Bounty and pension claims promptly attended �6 t j a. April 8, 63.�?3m. Eli to Val. S. To. Cabaot attorney at Law has removed his office to Market Street opposite the Lebanon Bank two doors North of widow rises hot Clr a a Lebanon March 25, 63, a Joi Tuvim Bouju jmj District attorney has removed his Quot office to the occupied by or. Geo. R. Line Weavor in Cumberland Street Lebanon a few doors East of the Eagle hotel and two doors West of gen Weidman s office. A. Lebanon dec. 17, 1862.cyrus p. Miiller a in Walnut Street near a by opposite the Buck hotel and two doors South from Kari any a hardware store. _. Lebanon april 9, 1862.-ly. Who. 11. Herr attorney to Law office in Stichter a building Cumberland Street nearly opposite the court 4honse a Lebanon May 6, 1863. -tf.i>r. Samuel s. A Leily offers his professional services to the citizens of Lebanon Aud Vicinity. Office at the residence of mrs l Buch two doors in est of office of or. Samuel Nebiu. Dec7d. In Cumberland stereo pc. A a Lebanon. April ,186d 0dr. Abiah ii. Light. Offers his professional services to the citizens of the Borough of Lebanon and Vicinity. Office in a a Street two doors in Atli of the lutheran a vault Street two doors North Sou age. March 4� 1863.weig Ley amp Dew Alt Meti Hants Fob tub Sale of a a a butter Jaggs Keese tallow lard poultry game. Dried i uits Grain. Seeds amp a. To 170 Reade Street one door above Washington new Yoke. To Wrigley. \ r Dewalt. It references Robb a Ascough. New York Allen k brother do w w Al fridge Esq do Jonos e a card do slam son Lah Nib amp Farrington do Samuel g. Johnson do w m Breslin. Esq. Lebanon l it. L. Rete Canton a Ohio w c Curry amp co. Bankers Erie a. Hon. John Stiles. Allentown. A. A Jan. 1a, 1863. The new bakery a ill Hka undersigned would respectfully inform the Citi i yens of Lebanon that he has commenced the bake ins business in All its varieties at his. Stand on , Lebanon nearly opposite the Buck hotel and will Supply customers with Thebes thread Caks a amp cac flour received from customers and returned to them m bread at Short notice. A Cois of All kind fresh and of the Best Quality constantly on d Ami fun shed at the lowest prices a Quot the Public is invited to give my a to Al. Leb non nov. 9.1869. I . Jacob a i ii Umerani Rrt air brass is and air Dyk ing sa1-00n. Market Street near Cumberland Lebanon. July a 18&s. H s the Saloon will be closed on sunday Wimuel Hei Voul Adolphus rei3st0ehl. Cuas. U. Makilya Erien Tlly invitation of Lebanon . 15�?no. 18. Lebanon pa., wednesday october 28, 1863.whole no. 748 not alcoholic. A a a highly concentrate vegetable extract. A pure tonic. Doctor Hoofland German bitters prepared by or. O. Jackson philae a a. Will effectually cuke Elver complaint dyspepsia _ jaundice. Chronic or nervous debility diseases of the kidneys and All diseases arising from a disordered liver or stomach. Such As constipation inward i Ilea fullness or blood to the Hoad acidity of the stomach nausea heartburn disgust of amp food fullness or weight in the stomach. Sour erect actions sinking or fluttering at the bit of the stomach swimming of the head hurried and difficult breathing fluttering at the heart choking or suffocating sensations when in a dying pos Ture. Dimness of vision Dot or webs before the sight fever end Dull pain in the head deficiency of perspiration. Yellowness of the skin and eyes Fain in the Side Back Chest limbs &c., sudden flushes of eat burning 1o the flesh constant imaginings of evil and great depression of spirits. And will positively prevent yellow fever bilious to All desirous of Burchai lumber amp Coal to the Best advantage at the old Estah a Well known shed and lumber Yard Oshei noels amp Meily at the in Len canal on the East and West sides o a Market Street. Not the Lebanon Borough. Flthe subscribers take pleasured informing the Citi-1. Leiis of Lebanon and surrounding Conn ties that they still continue the lumber and Coal Busi Ness it their old and Well known stand where they Are daily receiving additional supplies of the bb8t and Well seasoned lumber consisting of White and yellow pm boards Plank and scantling. Hemlock boards. Plank and sea a thing. Fails. Posts. Palings and fencing boards. Lodi Uch fron/8 the a Inch. Poplar from % to 2 Inch. Poplar and Hardwood scantling Oak and Maple boards and planks a roofing and plastering laths. Shingles 1 a shingles i 1 Shingle st also. Pine and Hemlock shingles if Coal Coal col a. A Large Stock of the Best Quality of stove broken Fig and Lime burners Coal and also the Best Allegheny Cha for blacksmiths. A Jeff thankful for the Liberal manner in which they inv heretofore been patronized they would extend a cordial in station Lor a continuance of favors As they Are confident that they now have the largest Best and cheap st Stock of lumber on hand in the county which will be sold Ata reasonable percentage. Please a amp a and examine our Stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. % a �?�1 ? a Kei noels amp Meily. North Lebanon Borough,�?TMay.7,1862. Private Sale. Iop a a Borough property. Rillie subscriber offers for Sale the lot of ground on 1 Market Street Lebanon Square South of Hill writ aide. 33 feet front by.l99 a Leep formerly occupied by George Iless or. The improvements Are a two Story a weather boarded dwelling pm House and other improvements. For further Ollil information and terms apply to George s. Gasser Lebanon sept 9,1863. Reading rail Road summer arrangement. Heat trunk line from the North and a North West for Philadelphia new York Reading Pottsville. Lebanon Allentown Easton ac., a. Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia new York Reading Pottsville and All intermediate stations at 8 3 up t so passing Lebanon 9.13 a. and new Yap Ressi leaves Harrisburg at 2.15 a. M., passes Lebanon at 3.15 a. 51., arriving at new York at 9.15 the same morning. a a my a a Larris la Brj to n�w.yorfc$5 15 to Phu Adolpho �3 36 and 80. Baggage cheeked through. Ite turning. Leave new Yorac at 6 a. A 12 noon and to. M., pits bkg exp Tess. Llovio Phil lady 8.15 a. M.,and 3.30 p. a passing Labanon at 12.17 noon 7.1. P. And express at 1.q0 a m sleeping cars la the new York express trains through to and from Pittsburgh without change passenger by Alrec amp Tarissa Railroad leave Tamaqua at 8.50 a. A and 2.15 p. . For Philadelphia new York and Allway Points. A Pottsville at 9.15 a. M., and 2.30 p. For Philadelphia Harrisburg and new York. A an accommodation passenger train leaves Reading at 0.00 a. 31&Quot, and returns from Philadelphia at 5 00 p. 4� daily sundays excepted. A sunday train leaves Pottsville at 7.30 a. M., and Philadelphia at 3.15 a m. Commutation tickets with 26 coupons at 25 per cent Between any Points desired. Mileage tickets Good for 2000 it Maest tween a i Points at $16 35�?for families and business firms. Season and school tickets at reduced rates to and from All Points. 80 pounds baggage allowed each passenger. Pats ongers Are requested to Purchase their tickets before cute ring the fare a a higher fares Are charged if paid in cats. 1a a. O. , april 29,1863. Genera superintendent they contain no alcohol or bad whiskey ? they will cure the above diseases in ninety nine cases out of a Hundred. Induced by the extensive Sale and Universal popularity of roof land German bitters purely vegetable hosta of ignorant quacks Aud unscrupulous adventurers have opened upon suffering humanity the flood Gates of nostrums in the shape of poor whiskey Rilely compounded with injurious drugs and christened tonics Stema Chiss and bitters. Beware of the innumerable array of alcoholic preparations in Plethoria bottles and big bellied kegs in Dor the modest appellation of bitters which instead of curing Only aggravate disease and leave tace disappointed sufferer in despair. Hoofland a German bitters Are not anew mad untried article but have stood the test of fifteen years trial by the american Public and their reputation and Sale Are not rivalled by any similar preparation. A the proprietors have thousands of letters from the most eminent. Clergymen lawyers. A physicians and citizens testifying of their own personal knowledge to the beneficial effects and medical Virtues of these bitters. Do you want something to strengthen you do you want a Good appetite a do you want to build up moult Constitution do you want to feel Well ?. Do you want to get rid of nervousness ? do you want Energy ? do you want to sleep Well do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling if you do use Hoofland a germen bitters. From me. J. Newton Brown d. Editor of the ear cyclopedia of mid pious knowledge. Although not disposed to favor or recommend Patent medicines in general through distrust of their in gradients and effects i yet know of no sufficient reasons Why a Man May not testify to the benefits be believes himself to have received from any simple preparation in the Hope Attiat he May thus contribute to the Benefit of others. I do this the More readily in regard to Hoofland a German bitters prepared by or. C. Jackson Ofthus City because i was prejudiced against them for Many years under the impression that they were Cable Fly an Alc Olioli mixture. I am indebted to my Friend Robert Shoemaker esq., for the removal of this prejudice by proper tests and for. Encouragement to try them when suffering from great and Long continued debility. The use of three bottles of these bitters at the beginning of the present year was followed by evident Relief and restoration to a degree of bodily and mental vigor which i bad not Felt for six months before and had almost despaired of regaining. I therefore thank god Aud my Friend for directing me to the use of them j Newton Brown. Puilap�?Ta., Jon 23 1561.particular notice. There Are Many preparations sold under the name of bitters put up in quart bottles compounded of the cheapest whiskey or common rum costing from 20 to 40 cents per gallon the taste disguised by Anise or coriander a eed. This class of bitters has caused and will continue to cause As Long As they can be sold hundreds to die the death of the drunkard. By their use the system is kept continually under the influence of alcoholic stimulants o f the worst kind the desire for liquor is Crea ten Dunt upon a drunkards life and death. For those who desire and will have a liquor bitters we publish the following receipt. Get one bottle 1toof-Ian is German bitters and mix with three quarts of Good Brandy or whiskey and the result will be a preparation that will far or Cen medicinal Virtues and True excellence any of the numerous liquor bitters in the Market and will Cost much less. You will have All the Virtues of Hook lances bitters in connection with amp Good article of liquor at a much less Price than these inferior preparations will Cost soldiers and the friends of soldiers. We Call the attention of All having relation and friends in the army to the fact that Hoofland s German bitters will Core nine tenths of the diseases induced by exposures and privations incident to Caine life. In the lists published almost daily in the Newa papers on the arrival of the a cd it will he noticed that a very Large proportion Are suffering from debility. Every Case of that kind can be readily cured by Hoof land a German bitters. Diseases resulting from disorders of the digestive Orga us Are speedily removed. We have no hesitation in stating that if these bitters were among our soldiers hundreds of lives might be saved that otherwise will be lost. We Call particular attention to the following remarkable and Well authenticated cure of one of the nations heroes whose life to use his own language a has been saved by the bitters Philadelphia angst 23rd, 1862. Messes. Dimes a , gentlemen your Hoofland a German b hitters has saved my life. There is no mistake in this. It is vouched for by numbers of my comrades some of whose name Are appended and who were fully cognizant of All the circumstances of my a Case i am and have been for the lust four years a member of Sherman a celebrated Battery Aud under the immediate command of Captain r. B. a i Liengh the exposure attendant upon my arduous duties i was attacked in november last with Inda Matian of the lungs and Wab for seventy two Days in the Hospital. This was followed by great debility heightened by an attack of dysentery. I was then removed from the White House and sent to this City on Board the Steamer a state of from which i landed on the 28 the of june. Since that Timo i have been a Boutas Low As any one could be and still retain n spark of vitality. For a week or More i was scarcely Able to Swallow anything and if i did Force Amorse Down it was immediately thrown up again. I could not even keep a Glass of water on my stomach. Life could not last under these circumstances and accordingly the physicians who had been work aug faithfully though unsuccessfully to Rescue me from the grasp of the dead Archer frankly told to they could do no More for me and advised me to see a Clergyman and to make such disposition of my limited funds As Best suited me. An acquaintance who visited me at the Hospital or. Frederick Steinbron a sixth below Arch Street advised me As a forlorn a Hopo to try your bitters and kindly procured a bottle. From the time i commenced taking them the gloomy Shadow , and i am now thank god for it getting better. Though i have but taken two bottles i have gained ten pounds and i feel sanguine of being per knitted to rejoin my wife and daughter from whom i have heard nothing for 18 months for gentlemen i am a Loyal virginian from the Vicinity of front Royal. To your invaluable bitters i owe the certainty of Ifo which has taken Tea Eliace of vague earn a a to your bitters will i owe the glorious privilege Fps again clasping to my bosom those who Are Dearest to me in lift. Yew truly yours Isaac Malone. We fully concur in the tenth of the above statement As we bad despaired of seeing our Comrade or. Malone restored to health. John Cuddleback 1st new York Battery. George a Ackley co 0 11th Maine. Lewis Chevalier �2d new York. L e Spencella 1st artillery Battery f. J b Farewell co b so Vermont. Henry it Jerome co b do. Henry t Macdonald co c 6th Maine. John f Ward. Co b 5th Maine. Herman Koch co h 72d new York. Nathaniel b Thomas co f 95th Penn. Andrew j Kimball co a 3d Vermont. John Jenkins co b l�6th of counterfeits see that the signature of a pc. Jackson a is on Tho wrapper of each bottle. T i Kice per bottle 75 i jts or half d0z. For $10 should your be Robt druggist not Lave the article do not be put off by any of the intoxicating preparations that May be uttered in its place but Send to us and we will Forward sect rely he principal office and manufactory no. 631 arg st. Jones 4 Evans. Successor to c. Jagks0n amp co a # proprietors. 43-for Sale by a. Geo. Ross opposite Tho Couric House Lebanon a and by druggists and dealers in every town in the United states. A t May 27, 1863.�?-ly.red lion botel. Shaw offer town Lebanon county Michael or. Keath proprietor. The subscriber respectfully informs the Public that be has taken the above centrally located hotel in Schaefferstown and that he will be Happy to entertain comfortably an pleasantly. Ail who May favor Kim with a Call. The House is Largo and commodious and the stabling of tie very beat. Kind. Hub table and bar will always be supplied Voith tace Bee and pm nicest. He solicits a a a a a age a May 6 1863. Net John Diller has just opened a new grocery Stoke in. His building in Cumberland Street one door West of Market Street where he is prepared to Supply the pub lie with. Fresh groceries of the Best Quality such As sugars. Of rifled crushed White and Brown Coffee Green and roasted molasses teas Imperial Young Hyson and Black Corn starch Farina cheese new Mackerel herring hams dried beef chocolate Epco ac., a. A a. Also a Largo Stock of brushes and brooms of a every variety also baskets Market travelling and fancy. He is also prepared to Supply Bis old customers with every variety of leather and shoe findings which May be found in his basement on Market Street. He solicits a Liberal share of patronage. John Diller. Lebanon August 12, �?T63.walter�?Ts Mill. Rishe subscriber respectfully informs tie Public that a he has entirely rebuilt the Mill on the Little Swa Tara formerly known As a a Straw so and later As a Zwenger the a about one fourth of a mile from Jonestown Lebanon county a. That he has it now running order and is prepared to furnish customers regularly with a very Superior article of Sharron is As cheap As it can he obtained from any other he keeps also on hand and for Sale at the lowest Cash prices chop bran shorts a he is also prepared to do All kinds of customers work for Farmers and others at the very shortest possible notice and in vites All to give him a trial. The machinery of the fill is entirely new and of the latest and most improved kind. By strict attention to business and fair dealing he bops to Merit a share of Public , Bye Coen Oats &c., bought for which the highest Lebanon Market prices will be paid. Franklin Walter. May 7,1862._, eem Oyal. Tailoring. Lorenzo h. Rohker would a j spec fully inform the citizens of Lebanon and Vicinity that he has removed hot tailoring establishment a few doors East of lamp Ludern Mich a 8tore, and nearly opposite the Washington House on Cumberland where to will makeup clothing in the most fashionable styles in the Best manner Good fits guaranteed to All. Thankful forthe very Liberal patronage extended to him thus far he Hopes to Merit and continue the same. A. Lebanon april 8,1863.�?ly. A fits fits fits a. H. Richey merchant tailor respectfully an Nonnce to the citizens of Lebanon and Vicinity that he has just returned from the City with a Fine assortment of cloths Cassimeris 11 All of which he will sell or make up to order at jul prices to suit the times at his no. 1 tailoring establishment in Keims new Block 4 doors South of Tho Buck hotel South Walnut Street. All work entrusted to his care will be manufactured in a Workmanlike manner As to fashion and durability. Goods purchased elsewhere will be cheerfully made up to order on moderate terms it. Having bad years of experience in the tailoring and dry goods business and being inclined to turn to the advantage of his customers All the advantages result ing from said acquirement he feels satisfied that it will be responded to by a very Liberal Bare of the pub lie patronage. Friends Call once to please me after that please your selves. July 8, 1863. Just received a a Large and splendid assortment of super French English and american cloths and Cassimeris for Coats pants and Call and examine our Stock. We feel confident that we can please. Prices to suit the times at. Henry amp Boot and slide store the undersigned announce to the Public that they have removed their new Boot and shoe store to Cumberland Street Lebanon in John Graff a building one door West of the confectionery store who to they intend keeping constantly on Saiid a general As a a sort ment Foxa Kiosk gentle my a misses boys and children s a boots shoes gaiters &c., &c., All of which will be made up in style and Quality no to be surpassed by any other workmen in the country. No Effort shall be spared to please and satisfy All who May favor them with their orders and their charges will be As reasonable As possible compatible with a or remuneration. They also keep a Large Stock of Home made work which is warranted to be As represented. The Public Are invited to Call and examine their Stock previous to purchasing. Repairing done on Short notice and at reasonable rates a Andrew 3ioore. Samuel s. Shirk Lebanon March 19, 1862. Books amp stationery a new firm. Waltz Houck fould inform the Public that having bought and it consolidated the Book and stationery stores of h. H. Roedel and George Waltz they Are now prepared to wait on All who will favor them with a Call at the old stand h. H. Roedell a in Cumberland Street where they will always have on hand a Large and Well selected Supply of school Blank and sunday school books and As an inducement they offer their 3ilscella nexus books at greatly reduced prices. The new York and p i Ladelphia daily and weekly papers and magazines can be had and subscribed for on reasonable terms by calling at their store. Anything wanting in their line will be cheerfully attended to with promptness and dispatch . 12,1862.George hoffmans Lebanon county on life. By Lebanon Valley Railroad. Particular attention will be paid to goods shipped by the Lebanon Valley Railroad. Goods will be sent daily to and from Philadelphia to Lebanon Myers town and Annville stations and All other Points in the county. A # freights contracted Lor at the least possible rates and delivered with dispatch. The proprietor will particular attention to and attend personally to the receiving and delivery of All freights. For information apply at his office at the Lebanon Valley Railroad depot Lebanon. Edward Mark his agent in Philadelphia will always to found at w. H. Bush s merchant s hotel North third st., Philadelphia. A july 11,�?T60.1 Geo. Hof shawls cloth Woolen clothing of All colors dyed Jet Black or Blue Black pressed the color warranted and goods turned out equal to new by Lyon Lemberger. East Hanover a a articles to be dyed can be left at Jos. L. Lumber Ger a drug store where All orders for the above will be attended to. March 11,1863.philip f. Ai�?Tcanly5 fashionable Boot and shoe maker on Cumberland Street one door East of it the Black h orse hotel. Thankful for very Liberal patronage extended to me for the Short time x have been in business i would respectfully solicit a continuance of the patronage of the Public. E has at All times a assortment of roots and shoes of his own manufacture on hand which will be disposed of on reasonable Fine boots ladies oait1rs, a. A those desiring a neat Well made article Are invited to give me b trial. Childrens shoes of every variety and color on hand. Heavy work made to order. 4� All work warranted. Repairing neatly done and charges made mod Rofu. Lebanon july-3,1861. Boot and shoe store. 4pi Jacob Ragsdel respectfully in a forms the Public that he still co Tia us his extensive establishment in his new building i if Cumberland st., where he Hopes to Render the same satisfaction As heretofore to All who May favor him with their custom to invites merchants and dealers in boots and silo Sand everyone who wishes to Purchase fashionable and durable articles in his line to Call and examine for themselves his Large mid varied Stock. He is determined to surpass All Competition in the manufacture of every article in his business suitable for any Market in the Union. A due Caro taken in regard to materials and workmanship none pfc the Best Quality of leather and other materials Are used and none but the Best workmen a re employed p. returns his sincere thanks to his friends for the very Liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on him. He Hopes by strict attention to business and endeavouring to please his customers to Merit a share of Public patronage. Lebanon july 3,1861.administrator�?Ts notice. It Otic is hereby Given that letters of adm Nistra a a Tion in the estate of George Gilbert late of Lebanon Borough a Banon county pa., deceased have been grafted to the of the Samp a persons the Rafure hair ing Ela Iris against said estate Oreye Quested to present them and those indebted Tomato payment at in Early Date. A ,. A Michael Lauser administrator Lebanon pro ugh september 9,1865r6t. I Mary 0z the wild ho0b. A he Dutiful Ballad. It was on one cold Winters night aaa As the wind blew across the wild Moorhen Mary came wandering Home with her Bebe till she come to her own father s door. A ooh father dear father a she cried. A come Down and pen the door a or Tho child in my Arma will perish and die. By the winds that blow across the wild Moor. A ooh Why did or leave this dear spot. A it a Lineiro Ouzel Rae Happy a of free but now doomed to roam without friends or Home and no one to take pity on ,. The old Man was it of to her cries not a sound of reached Faizi ear but Tho watch dog did howl and the Village Boll tolled a. And the wind blew across the wild Moor. But How music Iho bid Man have Felt when he came to. The door in the morn a poor Mary was dead but the child wag alive close pressed fruits dead mothers arms half frantic he Tore his Gray a amp in and the Toas Down his Cheeks they did pour Winter night she perished Aad Bothy Wiuli a Liht blew across Tho wild the old Man in grief pined away. / the child to Tea Mother Wenthen and no one they say has lived there to Hile Day and the Cotigo to ruin has gone the villagers joint out the spot. Where the Willow droops Over the door = saying there Alary died once a Gay Village Bride by the wind that blows across the wild of if arse. A Fife tic st6ry. A or a de it pm . A Paris letter to the London times has the following a a singularly romantic Case of two children claiming one Mother lsa8 just cd me before the Imperial court of Agen. Id october 18b8, a widow named Francoise bean Soleil Dufour gave birth to a female child Hor husband having died on the e 6th. Of february in the same year. This child in the turning Box of the foundling Hospital of Marman de having reasons which Are not explained for concealing the birth. By the French Law the legitimacy of a child born within three Hundred Days of the husbands death cannot be disputed in the present instance the birth Jook place considerably within that period but it is Contee tured that the Mother feared the opinion of the neighbors might not be in accordance Voith Legal presumption. However this May be she presented herself at the foundling Hospital a few Days after the infant had been deposited Tejere satisfied the directors that she Means the child and told them she intended to take it out very soon. In order to establish Tho identity of her infant she men to ooh in that among its Linen was a piece of printed Musli Nofa remarkable. Paf Lern and this Muslin the lady Superior of the Hospital admitted having noticed. She succeeded contrary As i rather think to the rules of foundling hospitals in inducing the directors to Tell her where the child was. They said it was with a wet nurse named Gaillard in a Village which they mentioned. To this Village Madane Beausoliel Neme Dufour repaired inquired for Madame Gaillard overwhelmed the infant which she found in her cottage with maternal caresses and delighted the whole household by the Assurance that she would augment the meagre pittance allowed by government for bringing up a Chance child. These promises were More than kept. Her visits to Little Denise Acheta that was the name officially Given in the Hospital to the child who was registered As the custom is in such establishments a born of unknown parents a were frequent and every time she brought with her delicacies and comforts for the child and presents for the nurse. At the end of four years she reimbursed the Hospital the expenses it bad incurred and took Tho child to her own Home where she so managed that it was received without question As a sister by the four children who were born before her husbands death. Denise brought up with unvarying affection and Well educated for a country girl of modest pretentious was at the age of five and Twenty respectably married to a m. Laussade and upon that occasion the Register of birth at the foundling Hospital of Marmande was pursuant to a judicial decree corrected in her favor and instead of being described As born of unknown parents a she was stated to be thele git Imato child of a and Madame Dufour. Thus we find the heroine of this Little Story married and settled and Happy in the affections of a respectable family of which she is a Limgai As Well As an accepted and cherished member. Bat five years after her marriage and in 1862, a Domestic servant at Agen named Denise Achet brings an action against m. Madame Laussade and widow Dufour alleging that she the plaintiff is really the child deposited by Madame Dufour in the turning Box of mar Mande and enveloped in the remarkable printed Muslin that the defendant Madame Laussade was never baptized or registered by the name of Denise Achet and that she was an unknown child thrown into the Box about the same time and registered in the books of the Hospital by the name of Isabelle Tolland. Extraordinary As this claim appears it was most conclusively made out by evidence. The explanation is that in the above mentioned Village there were two women named Madame Gaillard fio had simultaneously received a child to nurse from the foundling Hospital Dadamo Dufour went to the Quot wrong one. The consequence is that the Register is again corrected and the True Denise Achet tote maid servant of Agen is declared to be the legitimate child of m. And Madame Dufour while poor Madame Laussade the Darling and Pride of the family far the. Last thirty years is judicially ascertained to be a the child of Madame Dufour says she cannot Transfer her affections in accordance with the Laws decree and that she will neither abandon Madame Caussade or otherwise than legally recognize Denise Achet of Agen. The first use that she has made of her paternal authority is to refuse her consent to a marriage which mde Lle Denise has contracted. This refusal is however not meant to prevent the marriage about which Madame Dufour is totally indifferent but Only because she desires to have nothing to do with her a Denise May marry All the same being of full age by serving her Mother with the Legal summons called acts respect Euiva a to one of our few England towns lived Deacon Brown a staid dignified sort of a Christian and Model of propriety. Deacon Brown bad the misfortune to Loso his. Wife and at the age of forty found himself with a family of four Small children without a mistress to Bis farm House. As he could not immediately take another wife and avoid exciting scandal and could not get along without some of to take charge of the Kitchen and Nursery to had recourse to employing a Young woman As housemaid. Fancy Sterns was a laughing romping Beauty who delighted in experimenting upon the Deacon by Way of testing the strength of human Fot a Long time the Deacon was in Invulnerable but at last in a moment of unguarded weakness he was led. Into temptation and into committing a a slight indiscretion with his Beautiful housemaid. When in his wonted coolness and presence of mind he was horrified at the enor Rosity of his sin. In vain he repented and grieved Over last virtue. Finally As a last Effort for easing his conscience at r the conclusion of the services on the following Sabbath morning he arose and requested the forbearance of the Brethren and Sisters a few moments when he Elentri find them by making the following confession a my a Brittian friends you All know that i lost my dear wife some months ago sofas and tears and that fancy Sterns has been keeping House for me and you know that i have a Little child not a year old a Well that Little child would cry in the night and it would be a Long time before 1 could quiet it and last tuesday night god forgive me a the child cried so hard that fancy arose and came into the room and Learned Over the bed to hush the child and Brothers and Sisters her leaning Over me made me forget Christ a Here the worthy Deacon broke Down entirely and stood weeping wailing and blowing his nose. A what did you do a sternly demanded the minister. A a in in i kissed her a stammered out the Deacon Between his sobs a but i have been very sorry about it and prayed to be forgiven and i want you to forgive me and Pray for me Brothers and As the Deacon bowed himself upon his seat like the mighty Oak before the Tornado Deacon Goodfellow arose and astonished the audience still More by saying a Brothers and Sisters you have heard what brother Brown has said and now he wants our for my part i think brother Brown is truly penitent and i am willing to forgive him with my whole and Brothers and Sisters i will still add further that if i had no wife and a pretty girl like fancy Sterns should come to my room and lean Over my bed and lean Over me id kiss her and abide the Josephine sri a Eugene a a Tbs a do bring his service with the French army had selected Paris As his Home Aud there too resided his brother who left Spain with the sex King Charles 1y, and his family. Among the latter was a girl of three years of age the circumstance occurred in 1809, of the name of Marie who frequently played in the gardens of , under the supervision of her nurse. On one occasion a Little boy about a year old made her a present of a Plain Gold ring and neither of her nurses was aware of the fact As the boy was a stranger and was not seen again in the gardens no inquiries were made As to the ownership of the ring and the Little Spanish countess kept it As a valuable plaything. This ring was the betrothal ring of Josephine which Little Louis Napoleon the son of that Hortense whom Napoleon loved so dearly had taken off his uncles Finger unnoticed. Napoleon soon after marched off to fight the austrians and the ring was forgotten but it was an evil Omen for Josephine who a year later had to make Way for a daughter of the hapsburg. Little Mary Montijo Felt an inexplicable attachment for a his ring on which the word Josephine was engraved she took care of it while a child when she grew up placed it among her most valued ornaments. She a Ltd no idea to whom Thad belonged nor that it was the emperors Nephew who had Given it to when she attained the. Age of sixteen she was married to her Uncle the Duke Beneranda and French colonel of artillery in order to unite the two branches of the Guzman family and thus became the Mother of Eugenie who was born on May 5th, 1826. It was another remarkable coincidence that May 5th was the anniversary of Napoleon a a death the most sacred Day of the Bonaparte family. Eugenie smother had the Date May 5th, engraved on Josephine Sling in memory of her daughters birth and afterwards gave it to her. And it is another remarkable circumstance that Eugenie when a child visited her relations the Kirkpatrick in London and there Prince Napoleon who had just arrived from malay As a Carbonaro formed the acquaintance of the Little Montijo. He saw the ring among her ornaments notices Tho inscription and the Date May 5th explained to him and he now knew that Napoleon a a lost ring was in the Possession of the countess Eugenie de Montijo. From this Day the Young fatalistic heir of Napoleon i. Regarded the Little countess Montijo Teba As attached to Bis House by a higher inspiration and this came to pass Twenty years later. Eugenie at the time had no idea of All this indeed it was not until a later Date when the Mother Learned the importance of the ring and the fatalism which Louis Napoleon attached to it that the Montijo family formed their plan. The old traditional marriage policy of the family made her resolve that Eugenie must form an Alliance with the Bonaparts so soon As a wish to that effect was really entertained by the other Side. For the present it was merely a question of marrying a pretender but the pretender might have a future and the ambition of the Mont Jos might Aid in advancing it. This a a the principal reason Why so Lovely and Rich a girl As Eugenie had attained the age of Twenty site which a a doubly dangerous for a Spanish woman without being married. She was chosen to fulfil a a destiny a and in 1848 the family were doubly ambitious to fulfil it because Napoleon had in the mean while obtained supreme Power in France. Even before this period the predestined couple had met at watering places and calumny bad already begun to adhere to Eugenie because it was deemed impossible a hat a Spanish girl should have attained such a Ripe age without some gallantry. Hence tempers and speculators swarmed around her but the fools did net know Eugenie who was a True Montijo they did not suspect Why this glorious woman allowed the freshness of youth to fade without accepting one of the offers daily made to her. Eugenie attracted Napoleon by her charms but not for the Sake of being loved by him so much As to satisfy the ambition of the Mont Jos she promised him her hand but he must first become a real Power in France a emperor still she Laboured zealously in order to attain this she agitated gained men who admired her Over to the Napoleonic cause and under the new mask of an energetic woman a made All the preparations for the coup d eat with the chief leaders. In that december night when it was carried out she sat with Napoleon at the telegraphic instrument. Hence she worked with her own bands in restoring the Napoleonic dynasty and Napoleon never for a moment overlooked the fact. In the Case of any eventualities he appointed her Regent for he knew her Energy her Sharp sightedness her presence of mind her political foresight which were eminently displayed during the italian he allows her to preside at the coun. Cil of state for no one understands As Well As she does Napoleon a a inmost thought or can judge so Well the consequence of events. There is something prophetic about her and the Emp ror regards her As a portion of his Fate. She is the head of the clerical and legitimise tendencies in the Papoleo Listie family just As Prince Napoleon is the head of the revolutionary double divorce. From the Sueyras Ohio journal in one of the townships in this county a Little North of Bucyrus dwelt a Well to do widower about fifty with a Only a son of Twenty two or three. withhold the name for obvious reasons had been a widower for Many years and became weary of that Mode of living he accordingly determined to marry again. Tfaye determination once formed the next thing was to find the woman necessary which in a his country is not at All difficult. Fortunately for him a widow lady resided near him who bad a daughter possessing All the requirements. She was a Beautiful girl of Twenty years accomplished add sprightly just tire one be wanted. To be sure she was rather Young but or. Was Young looking also. Sometimes his mind would wander to the Mother who was quite As handsome As the daughter and almost As Young in appearance but he had made up his mind to marry the daughter and he set about it with a will. He did not mention his determination to his son fearing the idea of marrying one. So much younger than himself might expose him to Hia ridicule. In the meantime his son had become desperately enamoured of the widow and had likewise determined upon marrying her. He did dotcom tunicate the fact to his father for the Samo reason that actuated the old gentleman for fear of exciting ridicule by marrying Wom amp a so much older than himself. They both commenced calling Ltd a the a to of th8 widow and frequently met each other it Ufi Llu to a Riim a family paper for town and Doc Kari. Is printed and published we kit 27 we. S. Keslin 2d Story of Ftp eke a new balding Combe Rund 8t at one Dollar and fifty cent a tear. Air inserted at the Tumi Ratee. The friends of the Meta win Ament and the Pushie go eau a respect Way solicited to Send in their order. As handbills printed at an hours notice. A t t. _ rates of postage. In Lebanon county postage free in Pennsylvania out of Lebanon county 3w Rente per Quarter or 13 cents e year. Stat of this state cute. Per Quarter or 26 Oto. A jeer if the postage is not paid in and Unce Retes Are double. There. This circumstance annoyed them both immensely. The old gentleman thought very naturally that the Young Man was there for the Young lady an d the Young gentleman As naturally supposed the old one was there for the widow As the matter progressed the meeting of the father and son at that place became frequent and the More often it occurred the More intolerable it a deter became. Finally or. Mined to speak to Hub son on the subject. A Charles said be a i have determined after much consideration 1� marry and thought it but right and proper to make you acquainted with the a very Good replied Charles a ibo Sider it very proper that Tiu should do so and speaking of marrying i have concluded to marry approve of the idea a returned the old gentleman a you Are of suitable age Tio Settle Down. May i Alc the name of intended v a mrs a a a exclaimed Charles bracing no and assuming a defiant look. A whew a whistled the old Gonzlo mab a Fine woman Charles Bat Isnit she a trifle Tod advanced i years v a i think not a said Charles a but who have you decided upon a a Why Charles it is a very curious Sircum Staneck but i had determined to marry her a daughter a exclaimed Charles a Why you Are at least twice As old As she is. I done to object j i the matter was thus happily set led and in the a curse of a few weeks it was satisfactorily arranged with the widow and daughter and the parties were married. Yery soon after the marriage was consummated they All discovered that they had made a grand mistake. Tho son found that the widow was altogether too Motherly for the wife of a Young Man of Twenty three and the old gentleman found that a Young lady of Twenty was too volatile for a sober minded Man of fifty. Disagreements followed then neglect and finally the thousand Little quarrels and a rubbings and bickering simpering Down into a grand fight which was kept up with slight variations for three they agreed permanently to disagree and availing themselves of the ease with which divorces a re obtained in Indiana the whole four removed to Indiana where in Doe time the divorces were obtained. The four came Home As they went together the son taking the daughter under Bis special charge and the father doing the agreeable to the widow. Long before they had arrived at Bucyrus they had arranged matters on an entirely different basis the father and the widow made Upa match and the san and daughter ditto. The re marrying was performed immediately on Theira Rivat at buoy rus. Up to Date they All appeared Well satisfied with each other and it is to be hoped that they will Long continue so. A How Republican voters Abb few Days before the Lato election a gentleman who resides in this City received a letter from a Friend living in few Jersey. Tho writer stated that a lawsuit would bring him to town in a few Days and he would esteem it a great favor if his Friend allowed him to stay at Hia Home. The writer was a pious gen it Leman and urged As his reason for the request that City hotels were places of known iniquity and the godly could not enter them without contamination. The gentleman replied to the letter and assenting to Tho writers request said he would by most Happy to receive him. On the saturday before the election the visitor came and at the Tea table led the religious services. At night before re tiring he did the same and again on sunday morning. He went with the children to sunday school and then attended Church and on sunday evening again performed the religious services of the House declaring that he had never spent so quiet and Happy a Sabbath. On monday he renewed his devotions and on tuesday about noon coming into the House he said his Law suit had been postponed and his presence in the City was no longer needed. He would therefore return Home but As this life waa Short and he had had a Happy visit to his Friend he proposed that they should again unite in prayers before parting. This was done and amid Mutual regrets the Friend Short time afterwards two of Tho neighbors called at the House and mentioning the pious gentleman1 name inquired if he lived there. Be ing told that he did not they said it was very strange. That House had been Given by the Man As his residence at the election poll when he voted for Curtin on the previous tuesday and two Well of the precinct had vouched under oath for its truth. The Story a b now out. The pious individual hid come to Philadelphia to make one of Curtin a majority Here and then softer invoking a Blessing non it bad hastened Back to his Jersey Home to teach his neighbors age. The false imprisonment Case against the Secretary of Vav. Jones against William h. Seward. This celebrated Case was decided this morning on the motion the ease to the United stat ctr Cir Wijit court under the of Congress of March 3 1362, entitled a eau relating to Hareas Corpus and regulating
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