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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 2, 1857, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaFal 9-f�tt�it� to Imp Luz i tits kit Roe a Frmic at to raft tic a Leta a a the Tatte pit ultes at Terral Lite Elliot . Is a by we. M. , a wednesday september 2, 1857. A terms ii to a year. Harms a Seltzer attorney at Law office in Cumberland Street nearly opposite uru Ifa hotel Lebanon a aug. 26, 57. Metyk Jamiol a a District attorney will attend to All via official business also All other Legal and professional business entrusted to him will to promptly attended to. Of icky in Cumberland Street second door Oast Fraisur Markei at Lebanon july 22,�?T57. Isaac Hopfer Surveyor and conveyancer office in camber and Street opposite Tho Quot Bogle hotel a Lebanon a Xie Banon april 22, is57.-ly._._ removal. Or. 1vm, m. Guilford 1ms removed Liis or. Flee to his new residence on Market Street a few doors North of Haber pfc Oves store and Between it and the new lutheran Church. Lebanon dec. 10, 1856,-tf._ revolvers pistols pocket knives. A Beautiful assortment and clump it Ang. 10,�?~07. Reizenstein amp Bolo. Let on to forget to Call at m. Tkins it Mcadams and examine their Mil Stock of boots shoes trunks travelling bags gum elastic belts. Patent Lon Thor and on elastic belts for ladies k children also Beti clasps very Tow at aug. 10, 57. Reizenstein amp blot. Pocketbooks portion names and purges a Large variety of sucks in purses pocket books port Annaies at astonishing Low prices at Ang-1�,�?T57. Reizenstein to Bro. Saving fund National Safe to Trust co., Fiu Tinas accordions violins banjos guitars inn Yonikas fifes guitar and violin strings at Reizenstein a Beosi aug 19, 57, cheap jewelry amp variety store. Watches and jewelry. Just received a Large assortment of watches and jewelry of Tho latest styles Cameo Breastpins of ingot rings ear drops gentlemen s breast plus and Sti ids for Sale cheap at Reizenstein a Brothers aug. 19, �?T57, opposite the court House. For Sale. A second hand Stone engine 10 horse pow or. It is to to sold to Inako room for one of a larger she. Apply to a. Major a brother. Lebanon july 1, 3357._ hams shoulders sides Wilita Fuith Mackerel herring choose vinegar tobacco sugars flour feeding a. Ac., for Salo by j. C. Reisner. Lebanon july 30, 1856. Clocks clocks a test received at j. W. Ackers from $1,25 to $10, 8 Dap and 30 hour. Oct. 22, 56._ a chillier Feather Feather Henry w. Overman importer of French calf skins and general leather dealer no. 6� South 3d Street Philadelphia. A general assortment of All kinds of leather Morocco ac., red Oak sole leather Fob. 2d, 1857.-ly._ carpenters wanted. La Good Journeyman carpenters i u wanted immediately at the steam planing Mills of the undersigned in this Borough. Nono but Tho Best of hands required to whom Liberal wages will to Given. Apply to Boas Gasser a Gettle. Lebanon feb. 18, 1857�-tf� Hunker a still Sand. A tory Superior Sand for building and Othor purposes is offered for Salo by the undo sign Pfeil Iti Swatara township at bunkers Hill. It is Rolu to reasonable prices and delivered by Tho undersigned personally. Sand hauled and delivered let a other persons is not the genuine article. April 22, 1857 of. J. C. Cooper. Wood i Wood _ he undersigned residing in North Lebanon if Borough offers for Sale cheap �00 or 700 cords estimated Good Wood. It May Boscon it Quot Fin a Tenn s dam Quot on Tho Union canal near Jonestown. May 27, �?T57. David Boyer. New Barber shop. Daly a Williams would respectfully inform the citizens of Lebanon that they Bovo open oct a first class shaving and hair dressing Saloon in Market Street opposite the Lebanon Bank. They would solicit a share of the Public patronage. Lebanon May 20, 1857.�?tf. Dav2b�� Imi Cit -willia1t Tice of. B. Dip Pix. I Drain wanted. Wheat re Oats Corn tyc., at the Centre warehouse on the Union canal in Meyer town for which the highest m Turkot Cash prices will he paid. They also keep constantly on hand and for Salo Sulphur Coal stove Coal and Coal for Lime burners which they sell at the lowest prices. Urich Tice a co. Sayers town june 10,j1857.-3m p. G. Wikel bricklayer and jobber Union Deposit Dauphin county Penn a. Am prepared at All times to put up Brick a work in All its branches and on Tho shortest notice. Also Brick buildings , ,, hearths and All work connected with a Furnace Dono ass Quot a gang of Stone masons always ready to put Down foundations and do Stone work of every description. July 1, 1857�?tf. A. G. Wikel. Watches and jewelry another new lot of watches and jewelry just received by j. W. Acker in Cumberland Street next door to or Lineaweaver s. Oct. 22, 56._ a c l o c k s. Thirty Day eight Day thirty hour. Clocks just received at Iri a a Kairys jewelry store a a. Lebanon a. D a in feb Keeti be s. Ti7h0 takes the Best likenesses in Lebanon w Why 3. H. Keim in to Eagle buildings. He has Tho Best Ordofia boat Light Best fixtures and has Mado it his entire business for the last Jive years. He always gets the latest improvements j he has always the latest Stylo of cases on hand i he takes pictures in every style of Tho Art Hla Stereoscope pictures Are wonderful to behold. A his picture tvs Are Sharp Correct nod of the highest finish. Give him a Call and you will not regret r. His terms Are very moderate his rooms Are open every Day except sunday from 8 of clock a. My till 6 p. M. Lebanon Jane -3, 1857. Allt Fioret. Softli West Corner of third 5tro get. Ali Ilii Iphia. Incorporated by the state of Pennsylvania i Mon by my civil in any sum Large or Small and i interest paid from tiie Day of Deposit to the Day of with i drawn. Tho office i open every Day from 9 of clock in the morning till 7 Oil tvs in tie evening Aud on monday and thursday evenings till a a o clock. Interest five per cent. All sums Large or Small Are paid Back in Gold on demand without notice to any amount. Hon. 11 inky l. Bknne31, president Korkut sklf1udge, vice president . J. Keep Secretary directors c. Landreth Munns Henry l. Benner Edward l. Curler Robert Selfridge Samuel k. Ashton James la. Smith i Carroll Brewster Joseph b. Barry Henry l. Churchman Francis Lee. This company confines its business entirely to there ceiling of Money on interest. The investments amount Ting to Over one million and a half of boars Are made in cont Unity with the provisions of the charter in real hit ate mortgages ground rents and such first class securities As will always ensure perfect Security to the depositors and which cannot fail to give permanency and stability to the institution. Ai27/57. Ucb Mson Talley Bank. Located in Market Street nearly opposite the United Hall one door North of the Post office. A v will the following rates of interest on deposits on and after the lab Day of March 1s57, via a. For 1 year nil longer 6 per cent per annul. For 15 months and Longor 5 per. Cent. Per annul. For 3 months and longer 4 per cent per annul. Requiring a Short notice of withdrawal and affords a Liberal line of accommodations to those who May favor it with deposits Able on demand. Will a Premium on Spanish and mexican Del Laua and also on Oli it american dollars and half dollars. Will make collections on and remit to All parts of the United states Tho Canadas and Europe negotiate Loans &e., ac., and do a Genera business. G. Dawson Coleman president. Geo. Gleim Quot Jsu ii undersigned managers Are individually mry liable to the extent of their estates for Al deposits and other obligations of the co partnership filed in the a office of Lebanon county trading under the name and style of the a Lebanon Valley Simon Cameron a Dawson Coleman George Smy Eller Levi Kline. James Young Augustus boy lob.,jel7��?T57.j George Gleim. Lebanon Mutual insurance company. by the legislature Oppa. Charter perpetual. Office at Jonestown Lebanon county. Guarantee capital $55,000. His company is now fully organized and ready to make insurance on All kinds of property in town or country Aud on As favourable terms As any Well governed Aud Safe company either of the Mutual or joint Stock principle. President John Brunner Esq. Vice president a. M. Baum any. Treasurer Geo. F. A kill. Secretary we. A. Barry. Directors. John Brunner Esq., d. M. Karmany Geo f. Meily. W. A. Barry s. U. Shirk Daniel h. Biever Daniel Brown Napoleon Desh John Arndt John Meily l. R. Walker d. M. Plank. J23& a. S. Ely is the agent for Lebanon. He May at All times he found at Bis office in Walnut Street. Jonestown july 15, 1857.�?ly indemnity against loss by fire. Franklin fire insurance co. Of Philadelphia. Office 1634 Chestnut Street near 5th Street. Statement of assets $ 1,827,186. January 1st, js57. Published agreeably to an of Assembly being first mortgages amply secured $1,519,932 73 real estate present value $109,000 Cost �,2,784 30 temporary Loans on ample collateral securities $9, 18 stocks present value $83,881 12, Cost 71.232 97 Cash iu., 61,121 56 $1.827,185 so perpetual or limited insurances made on every description of property,.in town and country. Rates As Low As Are consisted with Security. Since their incorporation a period of Twenty eight years they have paid Over million dollars losses by fire thereby affording evidence of the advantages of insurance As Well of the ability and disposition to meet with promptness All liabilities. Losses by fire. Losses paid during the year 1856, $301,638 84 directors. Chas. N. Bancker Tobias Wagner Samuel Grant Jacob a Smith Geo. W. Richards feb.25.ly Mordecai d. Lewis. David s. Brown Isaac Lea. Edward g. Hale George falks Charles n. Bancker president Charles g. Ban Cobb Secretary. Are a old by tie cheapest sofas Pyn pore a Oves. W hello o what fun. Be will Havo something new for i a great Fox Chase will Como off this week and every person in Tho county is invited to attend it tall men and Small tall women and Small big boys and Little ones big girls and Little ones Young men and old Young ladies and old ones turn about and wheel about and run after ibis Fox and try to catch him wont that to fan. But do not forget to Call at James m. Pfleger�4c Bro s new cheap dry goods grocery store in Tho Borough of Lebanon. You to of time a Tho Fox Chase comes off in the afternoon at 2 of clock therefore you will have a Good Chance of visiting and seeing their stocks of Spring amp summer goods which they Havo received from new York and Philadelphia and will sell tremendously cheap. There is not the slightest doubt in my mind but that their goods will cause As much a Al excitement As Well As. Profit in the Borough and country around As this great Fox therefore do not forget to visit a to. Pfleger amp Bros 8 Tore and great will be your Yun and very great your gain. Yours most respect fully april i 1857. J. M. P amp s. M. P. New York advertisements. Trom Albert g. Richardson a advertising and correspondence office 360 Broad Way. New York. �7 a div and important his covery in the science of Medicine. Patent office Seal of great Britain Dii mba de Colb. Do fila Hacib pharmacies do Paris and Imperial College of Sre dicing Vienna. Sold wholesale and retail by or. A a. Barrow member of Tho impel College of Vienna and Koyuk College. Of surgeon London who Tuv personally consulted at Bis residence. 157 1�?Trineo Street few blocks West of Broadway now York from 11 a m. Till 2 1. M. And from 4 till a a. M. Sundays excepted a a unless by appointment Trie Semar no. 1, j is a remedy for relaxation and All Iho j distressing a arisiuf4ronm Arl Mabaet discriminate excesses or ibo Long residence in hot climates it has restored bodily and sexual strength and vigor to 1 thousands who Are now in the enjoyment of health and the functions of manhood and whatever May be the cause or disqualifications for marriage. They Are effectually subdued. Triss sni amp a 17o s completely Aud entirely eradicates All traces of Conor Ham both in its mild and aggravated forms. Fleets. Strictures irritation of the bladder non retention of the urine pains of Tho loins Aud kidneys and those disorders for which Copal i and cubes have so Long been thought an antidote. Trie Semar no. 3, is the great Continental remedy for Sipl Tilis and secondary symptoms. It also constitutes a certain euro for scurvy scr Fula and All cutaneous eruptions removing and expelling in its course All impurities from the vital Stream so of altogether to eradicate the virus of disease and expel it by insensible perspiration through the to dimm of the pores of the skin and urine. It is a never failing remedy for that class of disorders which English physicians treat with Mercury to the inevitable destruction of the patients Constitution and which Alt the Sarsaparilla in the Wor id cannot remove. Trik Semar no .1,2 and 3, Are prepared in the form of a lozenge devoid of taste or Musil and can be carried in the Waistcoat pocket. Sold in tin cases and divided in separate doses of administered by Yal Peau Laue an Roux Rieford 4c.3 amp a. Price $3 one lir or four eases in one for $9, saves $3, and in $27 cases whereby there is a saving of $9. None Are genuine unless the engravings of the seals of the Patent office of England the seals of the Ereole de pharma Eio do Paris Aud Tho Imperial College of Vienna Are affixed upon each wrapper and around each imitations arc liable to the severest penalties of the Law. Special arrangements enable or. Barrow to Forward immediately on receiving a remittance the $9 and larger size casc3 Oft Ricamor free of Carriage Tony Parton the world securely packed and properly addressed Elma insuring genuine european preparations nud protecting the Public from spurious and pernicious imitations. A to Tendance and consultation from 11 a. M. Till 2 p. M. And from 4 till 8 in the evening. 157 Prince Street a few blocks West of Broadway new York. May 6, l$57-ly. A a Cristadoro a hair Dye a within a nut Shell All the merits lie of Cristadoro a never equalled Dye red it makes Black to Brown transforms a Grey and keeps the fibres always from decay. 2th1his matchless re vitalizing hair Dye still Liol sits a a a position As Tho most harmless and efficacious hair Dye in tiie world prepared and sold wholesale and retail and applied in Tun private rooms at Cristadoro a no. 6 Astor House Broadway new York and by All druggists and perfumers in the United states. Jan. 14, ls57.ly.�?lsq. Age Ute George u. Keyser 140 Wood st., Pittsburg a. The Young widow. So is Modost but not bashful a a Freo Ami easy but not bold like an Apple Rit ipland Mellow not too Young not too old j half inviting Hok repulsive now Advance grand now shy Toro is dimple there is danger Liu her Eye. She h is stud Neil human Nalbro she is schooled Duvall her arts she has taken Hershl pm. As the mistress sign amp All hearts. She can Leil valium to Sio and who to la a a Lov 0. A maid is sonnet times charming but a widow All the while. Aro Vou sad How very serious will her handsome face become Are von angry i she is wretched lonely friendless tearful dumb a re you Mirthful How her laughter Silver so a Diug will ring out. She Cau lure and catch and play you As the Angler does the Trout. old bachelors of forty who have grown so Bald Aud Wise Young americans of Twenty with the Lovo looks in your eyes you May practice All the lessons taught by cupid Ciuco Tho fall but i know a Little widow who could win and fool you All. Costar s fat roach9 fyc., exterminator put up in 20c., 35c., 65-, and $1, boxes., costar s bed Bug exterminator. Put up in 25c., 50e�?z 75c�?z and $1. Bottles. Costar s electric powder for ants insects amp a. Put up in 25c. And 50c. Boxes. Principal depot no. 388broadway, new York and sold by druggists and dealers everywhere in the United states Canadas West indies and South by mail. August 19, 1857.�?2sqs.�?irao. For Sale by Guilford amp Lemberger agents for Lebanon county at their wholesale and retail establishment opposite the Market Lebanon a. Had quarters 2d brigade 5th division pc no a volunteers. J Lebanon june 14th, 1857. Order no. 5. A a brigade Parade is ordered to take place at Lebanon on thursday Tho Iotch Day of september next being Tho anniversary of Perry a Victory or. Caspar Slink is hereby appointed brigade major of this brigade with the rank of Captain and will be respected accordingly. The commanding officers of companies within the brigade will have this order read to their men at the next Parade after its reception. The brigade quartermaster Captain win. W. Murray is charged with the transmission of these orders to the commanding officers of a be companies forming the brigade. The brigade major Captain Shunk will furnish him with the requisite number of copies of it. The brigade inspector major Frederick Embich is charged with the duty of inviting companies from the neighbouring brigades. The brigade major Captain Shunk will furnish him with a copy of this order. Further orders will be issued in Doe time informing company officers of the Field evolutions contemplated to be performed by the brigade when it assembles. It gives the general pleasure to state that major general win u. Kim has intimated his willingness to order a division Parade at Lebanon should the idea be favourably received throughout the division or by the major portion of it some time in the month of october. Brigadier general s Williams and Hunter have cordially approved of the movement and promised to attend with their staffs should it be carried out. By order of John a badman brigadier general 2d brigade 5th division Penn a volunteers. Caspar Shunk brigade major. Lebanon june 17, �?T57-td. Dundore amp Oves Are Selling the cheapest stuffed Cane scat and common a cloth manufactory thankful for past favors the undersigned respectfully informs the Public that he continues his manufactory in East Llanover Lebanon county on As extensive a scale As Ever. Itis unnecessary for him to say More than that the work will be Dono in made his work and name so Well known to the surrounding country. He Promise to do Tho work in the shortest possible time. The manufactory is in Complete order and to flatters himself to be Able to Render the same satisfaction As heretofore. Lee manufactures Broad and narrow cloths Cassi nets blankets White and other flannels All finished in the Best manner and at reasonable prices. He also cards Wool and makes Rolls. For Tho convenience of his customers Wool and cloth will be at the following places at to stores of George amp Louser amp Brothers shirk amp Tice and George rain cell and at Guilford amp a new drug store in Lebanon at tho1 stores of shirk amp Miller and Samuel u. Shirk in North Lebanon Borough Samuel Goshrt Bethel the Public House of we. Earnst Fredericksburg Samuel e. Bick Cly a store Jonestown George Weid Maui a store Bell View Melchior Riehart 2 Miles from Palmyra Martin Early s store Palmyra Gabriel Wolford bar Ger a store Palmyra Landing Mikehal shirk East Hanover Dauphin county at the stores of or. Eby and David m. Rank East Hanover Lebanon county. All materials will to taken away from the Al Bovic places finished without delay and returned again. Those of his customers who wish to Havo stocking Wool carded dyed and mixed can leave their Wool White at the above mentioned places with directions How they wish it prepared. Or his customers can order the stocking Wool to be made from the undersigned a Wool which will be done and left at the desired place n. is desired that those having Wool carded will the Cash therefor at the above named places. Lyon Lemberger. East a amp a of or to. April 6, 1857. The old maid. Alas alas for the Summers flown for Tho Beautiful Joys that i have known of for the hours Sublime with youth to i for Tho ruined shrine of truth. One eve my Lover said to me in Tho murmur us Shade of a Garden tree holding my band and smoothing my hair kissing my eyes and forehead fair All the sweets of All the hours All the Birds and bees and Flower Sall Tho suns that Ever shone a the winds that Havo Ever blown All the dim seas that dreaming Lio under Trio Arch of the summer sky All the glorious mourns that Wake a the splendor of hues that break on the starry coasts of Tho Evo Divino o Orl Lown with the sunsets purple wine were never half nor half so Bright As my own hearts Mabel is to night so to talked while Tho shadows Fleet Llan under the Woods and under Tho wheat alas alas for Tho Summers gone and the Beautiful Guiao my youth put on i Willie is married and l am alone counting my he Art Breaks Ono by one. Willie is married to Nellio Gray and i am alone in the world to Day. The Saddest thing that was Ever born a drear old maid forsaken and Lorn two at Wilhems knee and one the fairest he Calls for me she has my girlhood a eyes and Mouth but not the sorrow that stunned my youth ,.willie when countless years Havo flown and god shall Roll the sorrowful Stone from the grave of the dead past and the Light of his awful Justice makes All things Brights when starry crowned and glorified we dwell in his presence Side by Side where Tho Flowers of the soul fade not away will you love we Best or Nellio Gray the. Great giant of the world Miles weeks ago we gave a few facts in regard to Tab Eig fit and dimensions of this extra Ord Mary Man and promised Wiir readers through the Courtesy of a Friend in Henderson county further items of interest. The Friend we referred to was Rev. John Brooks whose veracity we believe has never been questioned by any one. He writes As follows or. Darden was Horn in North Carolina in the year 1708, and departed this life at Bis residence in Henderson music in the Kitchen. We have frequently heard Many curious anecdotes of servant girls giving themselves airs when they went to in j Gage themselves but the following May i be relied on As a fact a lady who kept a Seminary in a neighbouring town was in want of a housemaid she advertised and Many called to offer their services. The lady was pleased with the appearance of one and entered into an agreement with her requesting her to come to her place without delay. The girl seemed As if she had some thing on her mind and after a grand Effort she said that she would require. Logo out twice a week for the first month. A ooh a said the lady a you attend some particular Chapel i conclude a a no May am a simmered the girl a but l am learning the guitar and have paid for a quarters instruction in Advance so i should not like to lose any a where do you intend to practise a said the lady. A in the Kitchen 1 suppose a answered Molly Hopkins. A ooh i shall grow distracted a said the lady a what with the Young ladies thumping up stairs thrumming below a you wont suit me. Good Day to a victim of the divorce the trial of the a Talbot divorce Case a in the English House of lords created much sensation two or three years since. Mrs. Talbot was the Mother of children a lady of refinement and unassuming manners and Domestic habits. It was alleged that during the absence of her husband she had indulged in illicit Intercourse with an ignorant Groom of the stable. Two or three servants swore to knowledge of her guilt but the principal witness against her was the family Clergyman Rev. Or. Sargen. He testified we believed to have caught her in the of adultery. The woman was insane it the time of the trial and the Clergyman expressed the belief that when she committed the she was in the incipient stages of insanity. Much sympathy was Felt for the a unfortunate husband a and though Many believed the lady to be a victim of conspiracy the High character of the Clergyman carried the Bill for divorce. Recently he has delivered himself up to the authorities acknowledging that he perjured himself. In he meantime the vie Lim of the conspiracy has we Are not perfectly assured what became of lie husband but believe that he married soon after obtaining he divorce. Thomas Dick the eminent scotch author and Eugene so be the celebrated a French a Novelie Are both dead. Up he joined the Baptist Church in Early life and shortly after emigrated to Tennessee where he connected himself with what is called the Christian Church but had not been a member of any Church for years past but was moral and fond of conversing on religious subjects. He was an obliging and kind neighbor and fond of company. About fifteen years ago he joined the order of masons. He Ivas twice married. His children Are very Large but probably none of them will Ever be More than half the weight of the father. He was quite Active and Lively and Laboured until about four years ago when he became so Fleshy that he was compelled to stay at Home or be hauled about in a two horse Wagon. In 1819, he made a contract with a tailor to furnish him a suit of clothes for $50-�?the cloth was to Cost five dollars per Yard. Upon measurement it look twelve Yards of cloth. So the tailor lost ten dollars and the the tailor states that three men each weighing Over 200 pounds put the coat on buttoned it around them and walked across the Square at Lexington. In 1850, it took 13� Yards of flax cloth a Yard wide to make him a coat. It took sixteen Yards of Cambric for his shroud 24 Yards of Black velvet to cover the sides and lid of the coffin 125 feet of Plank to make his coffin. His Collie was s feet Long. Across the breast 32 inches a a head j8 Quot a a foot a 14 a a its depth 35 a who weighed la 1s45, 871 pounds. His height was 7 feet 6 inches. His weight when he died As nearly As could to ascertained was a fraction Over 1000 pounds. Extraordinary Freak of a a Young Man in Mercer county pa., named Davis has for some Lime manifested symptoms of insanity. The Pittsburgh dispatch says he imagines himself to be a second Dan Rice engaged in getting up a circus. On the 8th inst., lie caught a Snake which he took to Belles school. House in the neighbourhood where he says he had a grand performance after getting through which he swept the House and broke All the windows with a Broomstick. He then proceeded to the residence of or William Curry a mile or two from town in the absence of the family and destroyed nearly everything in the House. He says he went there a to have some fun broke a gun with the barrel of which he Smas lied the crockery dishes glassware and windows took to pieces a clock and two watches grinding up the works in a cider press. It then struck him that the ground where the House stood would be an admirable location for a circus whereupon he built a fire on the floor and it was soon in flames from which he narrowly escaped by jumping from a window cutting his arms and hands in getting out and leaving a Broadcloth coat which the heat induced him to throw off a prey to the flames. Considering the bees appropriate performers in his new circus he upset several hives and undertook to put Sleigh Bells on the insects in which a a performance he was very badly stung. When the neighbors came running to the fire they found him under a Shade tree congratulating himself that this was the a Best performance be had yet it brought the largest audience a the a House was entirely destroyed and the poor Lunatic secured and taken to Mercer jail. Extraordinary Power in mental the examination of or. Curries school in George Street Edinburgh on Tho 9ih ult., before the prizes were distributed and before the scholars attending the school had presented their teacher with a testimonial of their esteem and respected in the shape of a handsomely bound editon of Jeremy Taylor a works or. Currie called up a girl named Margaret Brown Cleland and put the following questions which were answered by her without the use of the slate in the remarkably Short time specified after each question Queen Victoria ascended the throne on the 20th of july 1837,this is the 9th of july 1857 f How Many seconds has she reigned a answered in 63 seconds 632,780,160. The distance Between Edinburgh and London by the Road is 400j Miles How Many inches is that a answered in 44 seconds 25,375,680.�? How Many Are 13 times 13 times 13 times 13 a answered in 28 second,28,-561. What is the Square of .017? in 11 seconds .00289. What is the Square Root of 20,736 a answered in 9 seconds 144. Add 1-2,1-4,1-7 1-24.1-22? in 29 seconds 1.the Reservoir on the Castle Hill is 100 feet Long 100 feet Broad and 34 feet deep How Many Gallons of water will it contain a answered in 49 seconds 2,125,000. The Pupil was previously informed by or. Currie that there were about 64 Gallons to the cubic foot what is the difference Between 89 times 89 and 99 times 90?_ answered in 17 seconds 1880. How Many Are 101 times 101 ? answered in 7 seconds,-10,201. From thu. Louisville courier. Too Good to be lost. There is an old Farmer in Franklin county who has a Supply of the essence of a old Bourbon a the Fame of which has. Extended throughout that its Quality is unapproachable. It is double distilled was made seventeen years ago Bas teen in Possession of its present owner during All that time and is a pure and genuine article the like of which cannot now be easily procured. The owner. Keeps it for his own Especial use and that of his friends and although he a dealer no Price -6s6w Art it with a gallon of it in the fray of Trade. During the recent Congressi fial canvass in the Ashland District Roger w. Hanson Esq., the know nothing candidate visited the House of the Farmer alluded to. He regarded his election As certain and having heard of and lasted the whiskey aforesaid an inordinate desire seized Possession of his breast to secure a few Gallons to take with him to Washington this Winter. He made known his wishes and offered any Price for ten Gallons. The Farmer positively refused to sell. After much solicitation however he was induced to agree to let his Friend have ten Gallons. Or. Hanson was delighted at being Able to secure even this Small Supply of the nectar and he forthwith paid the Bill leaving the precious article in charge of the Farmer until he called for it on the 1st of december when on his Way to take his seat in Congress at Washington. A few weeks after this occurrence Hon. James b. Clay the democratic candidate chanced to Call at this same House. He too had Beard of and tasted the famous whiskey and he also took the notion to secure a Supply if possible to take with him to Washington. He made application for it accordingly and was told in reply that or. Hanson had already made a Purchase for that purpose and it was not possible for them both to go to Congress. Or. Clay assured his k. N. Friend that or. Hanson had certainly Mude a mistake and that it was himself who would be he told him there was no doubt of that fact and urged his cause with such effect that the Farmer consented to part with another three Gallons. Of course the result determined that it is to go to Washington. ,.we have not yet heard what disposition or. Hanson intends to make of his Purchase but will report when advised. But Hanson is not the Only gentleman whose sanguine anticipations were not realized. So entirely confident was or. A. K. Marshall of his election to the Senate that taking time by the Forelock some weeks before the election As we Are reliably informed he engaged rooms at the a Capitol hotel a a Frankfort during the session of the next legislature. But the a a cruel Porter spoiled All his Fine calculations. Indeed the Case is so aggravated that we doubt not an action against him by the proprietor of the a a Capitol would hold Good in any court singularly deliberate in Adams county miss., a few weeks since. Or. Duncan Skinner overseer for a mrs. Sharpe was found murdered in a mysterious manner. Last week three negroes were arrested and proved to be the murderers. According to the testimony this was one of the most coolly planned and deliberate murders Ever committed. The Natchez courier says a a the negroes in the plot went to or. Skinner s House just before Day and aroused him on pretence of a child in the family being sick. He opened the door while in itis night clothes and was knocked Down by a blow on his breast from a heavy stick. Three Stalwart negroes seized him and after a severe struggle succeeded in choking him. While thus insensible they carried him a few rods from the House and there by main strength dislocated his neck. They then got out his clothes dressed him Quot and to turn away suspicion put his watch around his neck and , with part of his Money in his pocket brought out his horse and Saddle put the lifeless body on it and Lead it into the a Woods where the body was found. Here after running the horse up and Down they took off the body dropped the Saddle and set the animal Loose. The latter returned Home a few hours after. The body of their victim they placed in such a would indicate the probability of accidental death then brought out his gun Cap whip and game bag discharged one barrel and placed several articles in the tracks As if of a runaway horse. So Long a period had passed that the guilty assassins imagined that the crime was unnoticed and would be forgotten. But a terrible and speedy retribution awaits them. The whole Chain of evidence is Complete As to the crime its manner and circumstance. The three negroes Are safely secured and Are now in jail in this 1st love Blind there is nothing so Clear sighted. In exalts our natures to to Weir highest capability a Nabling a to decipher truths which Are illegible to the Normal sense. It has Given moments of Subtle Wisdom to the dullest moments of impassioned eloquence to the coldest. We Aro strongest when we love because love is not Only the inst energetic but the most elevating of passions. We see most clearly then because our perceptions Are All intensified by the intensity of. The feeling. We Are affected As in mesmerism and Lova is the Clairvoyance of the heart. But there is always a meaning in old adages and in that of a love is Blind a there is a truth. The blindness spoken of is blindness to All consequences disregard of All collateral reckless oblivion or contempt of whatever is foreign to it. The intensity of the Shadow is pro portioned to the intensity of the Ligpit. Every thing which Coines within the rays of love is wondrously vivid the rest is darkness. Love sees All it cares to Sec. It is not Blind but it will Only look straightforward. A Livorse is not Blind when blinkers Are put on to prevent his seeing whatever goes on at his Side. All energetic passions As blinkers. Scene at a Quin Daro correspondent of the Boston journal relates the following incident As occurring at the recent execution of the murderers at Leavenworth by the peo pie of that town judge Latta forced his Way through the crowd until he reached Quarles who was already dead with fear. A have you any friends for whom you wish to have a message a he asked. The rope tras already so tight that quarless eyes were starting from their sockets but gasped out a i have a wife and three children who live in new York. I a he was too late. The people were determined that at least one Cri Ninal should be punished without judicial or executive interference. He never finished the sentence and in a second his body was dangling in the air. Ili Shands were not tied and he succeeded in reaching the rope above his head and raising himself for a moment but there was a wrench from the crowd at the other end some Stout Ruffian sprang up and caught him by the feet throwing the whole weight of his body upon him and quarless nerves never struggled again. preserve Stair carpets should always have a slip of paper Pul under them at and Over the Edge of every Stair which is the part where they first Wear out in order to Lessen the friction of the carpet against the boards beneath. The strips should be within an Inch or two As Long As the carpet is wide and about four or five inclines breadth so As to be a distance from each Stair. This simple plan so easy of execution will we preserve a Stair carpet half so As it would last without the per. Not professional gentlemen the other night drove several Miles up the River to an eligible spot for bathing. The night was Fine they were in Fine spirits and having left their clothes in the Carriage were shortly Laving their Fine persons in the River with sensations peculiarly Fine. So absorbed were they a to the pleasures of the River Bat that they had wandered to some distance when one of them exclaimed a the horse is running off a. They ran but the horse would not Stop for though he had nothing in the Carrage but their clothes he Felt under the imperative necessity of conveying them Homo ? it was about one of clock when the servant of one of the gentleman heard a pm assay a Carriage coming a and went out to put it up. What was his horror to find no Massa in the Carriage but Only certain suits of clothes. With chattering Teeth he ran to inform misses that Massa was murdered or drowned. Misses a graciously surmised the truth and dispatched him Back with the Carriage. Afler a half hours a drive Sam to distinctly Sawa ghost ahead of whose Fleshy nature he was suspicious. The apparition now swiftly and stealthily approached till nearly opposite when it sprang from the Road Side and grasped the horses head crying a whoa a Sambo was glad it was Massa and the two returned to the disconsolate party. They were in bed the River bed profoundly debating whether it were belter to await the doubtful re tut of the Carriage or Bash the Virgin Moon by running to their several places of abode at the imminent risk of being knocked Down by the watchmen. The Carriage relieved them and having dressed they sped to their anxious wives in great glee and with Many mutually exchanged oaths that not a syllable of the nights adventure should be breathed to a human being least of All toa reporter for a . Louis Democrat. The oldest correspondent of the st. Louis Republican writing from Elwood k. T., says a one who lives on his claim near the Edge of this City to perhaps the oldest Man in a Mer Ca he is or. James he was born in the county of Donegal in the i notch of Ireland somewhere about the year 1730. He was an Oldman in the Irish rebellion in 1798, when becoming implicated with lord Fitzgerald he fled his country to seek Freedom in our then Young Republic. His life has been Check ered with Many changes. He hns been tossed about among a Quot a Ous scenes and by Many divers a re Cuin stances. He. Moved thirty years ago and estamfr1 a Erst brewery there. Hema8r>� a a a Platte Purcha e in 1838? a by Chan. An county new a Region until two years ago where came Kansas and a made a or pm on Narf can now i walk Fiill a ten Mea Wolf it ease 10 end or attend to his Busi. Affairs. He says his age in about Hundred and Twenty five Why is a locomotive like a bed bag 7 because it runs Over the see hers
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