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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 9, 1857, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaFal. 9m�. 11 to Fjell tits it Eaton lamp Airit flaws tic gets la ate fat Itule Iree Atiim a a fral a lira a Lilge itch. 1 path of Iff m. By we. Bresli�.1 a Lebanon my a wednesday september 9 1857. A ,50 a year. A a a -. Attorney at Law office in Cumberland Street nearly opposite Brua s hotel Lebanon pay aug. 26/57. A a District attorney Wilt attend to All his official business also nil other Legal and professional business entrusted to him will be promptly attended to. Ovit Cut in Cumberland Street second door a Oast from Market st. Lebanon july 22, 57. Is44c Iio Felt Surveyor and conveyancer of fico ill Cumberland Street opposite the u Quot Eagle hotel Quot Lebanon a. Lebanon april 22, 1857.-ly. Of Hoval. Tar. We. has removed his of a a flee to his new residence on Market Street a few doors North of Raber a Ovest store and Between it and the new lutheran Church. Lebanon dec 10,185fi.-tf. Revolvers i pocket knives. Beautiful assortment and cheap at aug. 19, 57. Reizenstein amp Blip. Done to forget to Call at tip ins amp Mcall a mrs and examine their Stock of boots. Shoes trunks travelling _ gum elastic belts. Patent leather and gum elastic belts for ladies a children also Bolt clasps very Low at aug. I 87. Reizenstein amp Bro. Pocketbooks portion names and purse so a Large variety of Buckskin purses pocketbooks portion names at astonishing Low prices at ans-19. �?T57. Reizenstein a Bro. Flutina accordions violins banjos guitars Harmoni Kaa fifes guitar and violin strings at Reizenstein a Bros a aug. 19, �?T57. Cheap jewelry 4 variety store. Watches and jewelry. Just received a Large assortment a of watches and jewelry of Tho latest styles Cameo Breastpins Finger rings ear drops gentlemen a breast pins and studs for sate cheap at. Reizenstein a Brothers aug. 19, �?T57. Opposite the court House. National safety Trust a for Sale. A second hand steam engine 10 horse Power. It is to to sold to make room for one of a larger she. Apply to a. Major a brother. Lebanon july 1,1357._� hams shoulders sides Wiit Pelsh Mackerel Horrig cheese vinegar to bad via sogers flour feeding a. At., for Sale by j. C. Resin rat. Lebanon july 30, 1859. Leather leather leather Henry w. Overman importer of French calf skins and general leather dealer no. Fat South 3d Street Philadelphia. A general assortment of All kinds of leather Morocco ao., red Oak sole leather. A feb. 25, 1857.-ly. _ to persons Ubo it to Whit Philadelphia 1 try the new Western a hotel Market Street below 9th Street. Every attention Given with a desire to of please. Boarding $1 per Day. 1 a. My Hopkins july 22, �?T57-1 a proprietor carpenters wanted. Id Good Journeyman carpenters 1u wanted immediately at st Tivitt planing Milts of the undersigned in this Borough. None but Tho Best of hands required to whom Liberal wages will to Given. Apply to Boas Gasser a Gettle. Lebanon feb. 18, 1857.-tf. A bunkers Bui Sand. Avery Superior Sand for building and other purposes is offered for Sale by the undo sign de in Swatara township at bunkers Hill. It is sold at reasonable prices and delivered by the undersigned personally. Sand hauled and delivered by other persons is not the genuine article april 22,1857.�?tf. J. C. Cooper. Wood Wood a a he undersigned residing in North Lebanon Borough offers for Sale cheap 600 or 70& cords estimated Good Wood. It May be Scon at Quot Flanigan s Damn Quot on Tho Una of canal Noar Jonestown May 27 a David Boyer. Walnut Htmat. Smtth West Corner of tii ird Street. . 1ncl>1 in it a at it by t us state of Pennsylvania Money is received in any sum Large err Small and interest paid from Hie Day of Deposit to the Day of with draw no. The office is Tjien every Day from 9 of clock in the morning till 7 o clock in Tho evening and on monday and thursday evenings till q of clock. A interest five per cent. All sums targe or Small Are paid Back in Gold in demand without notice to any amount. Lion in in by l. Benner president _. To strut vice president War. J. Reed Secretary directors Henry a Benner Edward a. Carter Robert Sulfridge Samuel k. Ashton James b. Smith c. Lats Dreth Manns f. Carroll brews a or Joseph b. Barry Henry l. Churchman Francis Leo. This company confines its business entirely to there to a iving of Money on interest. The investments Aino unt Tang to Over one million and a half of dollars Are made in conformity with the provisions of the charter in real ,mortgages,gr0un� Kents a my such first class Secu finies As will always ensure per feet Security to the depositors and which cannot fail to give permanency Aud stability to the institution. Ai27,�?T57. Lebanon Talley Bank. Located in Market Street nearly opposite the United Hall one a amp of r North of the Post office. Will pay the following rates of interest on deposits on and after the 1st Day of March 1857, Viz a for i year and longer 6 per cent per annul. For 6 months and longer 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 payable attn demand. Will Paya Premium on Spanish and mexican dollars and also on old Ambo Ucan dollars and half dollars. Wh1 make collections on and remit to All parts of the United states the Canadas and Europe negotiate Loans a. Amp cd a and do a general exch an l and banking business Dawson cold in pro to tent. Tui sri Cashis a. A a a Sec Nohe undersigned Aro 7i. Liable to the extent of lie e of Etc ibo All deposits and other obligations of the co partnership filed in the a office of Lebanon county trading undo for the Hamo and style of the Quot Lebanon Simon Cameron. George smaller James Young Leb be 17/57.a. To those who a vat if j9k. Jebel 3ml- ssi _ a term to Kiir Tiu a Hosach of every Man. We kid Uway farm company has made aria Range ments by which All who desire to Settle or Purchase a Home can farms consist of the beat Limestone boil of Folie most Superior Quality for farming in a rapid in improving place into which a extensive emigration is now pouring. The property is located in Elk county Penn Sylvania in the Iii is of a thriving population of some 10,000. The climate is perfectly healthy and the terrible plague of the West fever is unknown. It also thu abundance of the Best Quality of Coal and Irona. The Price to buy it out is from $3 to $20 per acre payable by instalments to be located at the time of purchasing or it Shore of 25 scores entitling to locate the same for $300, payable $6 per month or 12 acres payable $4 per month. Discount for every sum of $100 Aud under paid in and Vanee amp discount of five per cent will be allowed add. For Over $100 a discount of 10 per cent. In considering the advantages of emigrating to this 1 of polity the following Are presented Krsto thu Oil is a Rich capable of raising the heaviest Cropf of what has Attal edits pics enter amp . Acute us it is the Centre of the great North West Coal a in and is us stained soon to become ode of the greatest but do by place us in the state. It will Supply the a go of a t Lake liar act according to population and travel the give wat us the it has five workable veins of the Best bituminous Coal amounting m the aggregate w Over 22 ice which makes 22,000 Tous of Coal us Der each acre. This will Matt a the land of inestimable value. The eminent state get fog act or. Charlea t. Jackson of Boston has a tide a geological Survey of the land aft Analysed the a dts the Iron Ore and the Lime Stone. This report Roget nor with maps will be furnished to Inqui Rerp. A. Fourth three railroads Are Laid out through this property. The Sunbury and Erie Railroad gives us a Market for our Coal to Tho lakes it runs from Erie to Philadelphia. A Large part of this Road has been finished and is now in running order. A heavy Force is now working from Erie towards our Laud in the Western direction the Means for the completion of which has been raised it will soon be finished. The Allegheny Valley Railroad connects us with new York Boston and Pittsburg. The Venango Road connects us with the West. There Are already Good Turnpike loads running through this property various other roads have been opened to accommodate the emigration and settlement which has already taken place. There is no Opportunity equal to it now offered to the Mau who fruits to provide himself a Home in an easy Way find make a settlement where he can live in Prosperity and Independence in a climate perfectly healthy. No Case of the fever Ever Boving been known to occur id this settlement. It Isnit like going to the Backwoods of the West Limong perhaps intolerant people where there is no society churches or schools where the Price of land is High and where the Emigrant after being us fid to the Healthiest climate in the world has to endure sickness and pain and perhaps ruins his health and that of his family. A fityere is a thriving settlement having three towns containing churches schools hotels stores saw Mills grist Mills Aud everything desired. There is a Cash Market at hand. The lumber Trade last year amounted to Over two Hundred million feet of lumber. In a Short time owing to the Coal it will become still More valuable As a number of Iron works and a manufactories will soon he started they Are at present starting Tbs in extensively at Warren. Even for those who do not wish to go there the payments Are such that they can easily buy a farm to save their rising families from wont in the future or to gain a competence by the Rise which will take place in the value of lands. By an outlay scarcely missed a substantial provision can be Madof. Persons should make Early application apply or write to 13. Jeffries Secretary no. 135 Walnut Street below fifth Philadelphia. Letters carefully answered giving full information. Shares of tracts of land can be bought or secured by letter Eil closing the first instalment of the subscriber will be furnished with books maps a. Warrantee deeds give ii persons can also Purchase from our agents. Route from Philadelphia to Tyrone on the Pennsylvania Central Railroad Aud thence by stage to the land. This is a delightful season to visit st. Mary so the Best hotel accommodation is afforded. Enquire for e. C. Schultz esq., the agent for the property at st. Mary a. J Une 10,1s5t.-sm. G. Dawson Coleman left Kline aug sibs Boyd George Gleim. New Barber shop. Daly a Williams would respectfully inform Tho citizens of Lebanon that they have opened a first class shaving and hair dressing Saloon in Market Street opposite Tho Lebanon Bank. They would solicit a share of the Public patronage. A Lebanon May 20, 1857.�?tf. Lebanon Mutual insurance company. Incorporated by the legislature of a. Charter perpetual. Once at Jonestown Lebanon courtly. Guarantee capital $85,000. This company is now fully organized and re ail to make insurance on All kinds of prop duty in town or country and on As favourable terms As any Well governed and Safe company either of the Mutual or Johi i Stock principle. Presid est Jozik ,. Vico president a. Kab Manv. Treasurer Geo. F. Meily. Sire Tarys we. A. Babes. Brown Napoleon Deli John Brunner esq., d. Karmany Geo. F. Moily. W. A. Barry s. U. Shirk Daniel h. Biever Pahill Imick William Tice o. E. . Drain wanted. Wheat Rye Oats Corn tyc., at the Centre warehouse on the Union canal in Meyer town for which the highest Market Josh prices will be paid. They also keep constantly on hand and for Sale Sulphur Coal stove goal and Coal for Lime burners which a hey sell itt the lowest prices. Urich Tice a co. Myerstown juice 10, 1857.-3mp. G. W1kel. Bricklayer and jobber Union Deposit Dauphin county Penn a. I am prepared at All times to put up Brick work in All its branches and on the shortest notice. Also Brick buildings boilers inn Walla Boshes to earths to Ltd Atli work connected with a Furnace done. Psi a gang of Stone masons always ready to put Down foundations and do Stone work of every description. July 1, 1867.�?tf. P. Q. Wikul. W atches and jewelry another new lot of watches and je1vllry, just received by a. W. Acker. In Cumberland Street next door to Jar linear beater t. Oct. 22, �?T50.a g l o c k s. Thirty Day eight Day thirty hour clocks just received at a j. Blair a jewelry store a ,. Lebanon a. D a�1jerkeotyp e8. To Tojio takes the Best like Nesses in Leban Dii w Why . Keim to the. Eagle buildings. He has Tho Best room Best Light Best fixtures and has made it Bis entire business for the last five years. He always gets i voc ments to has always the latest style of eases on hand to takes pictures in every Stylo of the Art a his Stereoscope pictures Are wonderful to behold. A his pictures Ore Sharp Correct and of the highest finish give him a Cau and you will not regret it his to fans Are very mod w is his rooms Are open every Day except sunday from 8 o Loek a. M., to a o p. Lebanon. Juno 3.1857. _ the cheapest sofas Are sold by pub Pae ave John Arndt John Moily l. R. Walker d. Rank. A. S. Ely is Trio agent for . Me May at All times Fie found at fils office in Walnut Street. Jonestown july 15, 1857.�?ly indemnity against loss by fire Franklin fire insurance co. Of Philadelphia. Office 163 chestnuts Reet near 5th Street. Statement of assets $ 1,827,186. January 1 t 1s57published agreeably to on act of Assembly being first mortgages no plur secured 41,519.982 73 real estate present value $109.000 Cost 82,784 30 temporary Loans on a Teplo collateral seen Fitilis a 89,114 1ft present value $83,881 a Cost 71,232 97 a amp so 64,121 56 a. A. ¿1,827,185 80 pet ritual of limited insurances made on Eye cry description of property m town and Quot rates As Low As Are consistent with Security. Since their incorporation a period or Twenty eight years they have paid Over three million dollars losses by fire thereby affording evidence of Thad vantages of insurance As wd5 is Alahtey and disposition to meet with promptness All Lia Mues. Losses by fire. Losses paid during the year 1850 $301,038 84 directors. A ioane Oai d. Lewis. David s. Ujj Fowx Colas. N. Bax Erik Tobias waonei., . Kant Jacob r. Shit i go. W. Ricu Zafis feb. 25.4y. Isaac Lea Edw Aito c. Dal 000 Falls edibles n. Bax Coku president Chames o. Ban okeh Secretary. Hello of what Tun we will have Someth do new f Lei a great Fox Chase will Tomc off to. Week and every person in the county is Ini ipod to attend it tall men and Small tall women Ai Maii big boys and Little dins big girls and 1 til a a ones Young men and old Young ladies old ones turn about and wheel about and run a nor to to Fox and try to catch him wont that be fun Lut do not forget to Call at James m. Pfleger a a Bro s a brew che sip dry a a a a and grocery s a o re in the Borough of Lebanon. You Willba Vokn to of time As the Kox Chase comes of a a a a afternoon at2 of clock a therefore Ami Good Banco of visiting Andee eing the Istocka of Spring amp summer goods which they have received from new York and Philadelphia Aid will sell Treen it cheap. To fierce is hot the slightest Doutt in n y mind but that their goods will cause As a nuts to Al excitement of Well As profit a the a drough and country around of this great. I of do not forget to visit. J. A i Leger a Bros store and Groat will by Yoiiro fun and very a great your gain. Yours most respectfully april 1, 1857 j m p a s m p d und0re 4 Oves Are Sejm in a Tho cheapest stuffed care seat and common Chaira. Farmers look to your interests a be w firm i in North Lebanon Borough. New prices 1aa non bushels wheat 1uu Usu 100,009 bushels Rye 100,000 bushels Corn a. 100,000 bushels Oats it Olin a seed flax seed Timothy seed for All which the highest Market prices in Cash will he paid by Hoffman Immel amp co. North Lebanon july 29, �?T57-tf. New York advertisements. From Albert g. Richardson a advertising and correspondence office 360 Broad a. Way new York. Loeita. A child s wish. Be my fairy Mother give me amp wish a day1. Something As Well in Sunshine As when the rain drops Plant. Aud if i Truro a fairy with but one spare Fiat should i give thee Darling to quiet thine Earnest prayer. I d like a Little Brook Mother a for my very own to laugh All Day among the Trees and Shine on the otoy Stone. To Rutiri tit und me window. And sing me fast mtg of a with soft stops and aft Ender Sonad. Over the grass to creep. Make it run Down the Hill Mother with a leap like a tinkling Bell to fast i Nevey can cat Eli the Leaf that into its Fountain fell. Mike it As wild As a frightened Bird As crazy As a be and a noise like the baby s laugh that s the Brook for my a Peep at Home. A up fit to Tho Kettle on the stove Kate heat the water for the Tea let us have All things in order order should our motto be. Thus the if other said and smiling hockey the baby to and fro pressed amp kiss upon us forehead stroked the Little locks of Tow. Katie put the Kettle Over swept the nicely painted floor Mufide the chairs look so inviting hung the Broom behind the door. Drew the table to the Center whitest Linen on it spread with her own her Little Fine Rel neatly sliced the snowy bread. Eat Iier comes All White with Snow Cheeks As red As a Tuisk rosebuds his hands so brisk together says he b lives he a almost froze. Soon As warm he takes the baby rubs his whiskers on its Cheek gives his hair to Little fingers pockets gives to Little refit. Says Quot there never was a baby half so pretty half so smart Quot wife unequalled Katie Loving of what Sunshine to the heart Leader Wilt you not believe me tis a truth and you must know Angels stoop and love to linger bound that hallowed Home be loft. J jew and important discovery in the science of Medicine. Patent office Seal of great Britain diploma de Eddie de Pha Wacie pharmacies de Paris and Imperial College of Medicine Al Enna. Sold wholesale and retail by or. H. A Barrow member of the Imp College of Vienna and Royal College of surgeons London who May be personally consulted at his residence 167 Prince Street few blocks West of Broadway. New a Otic from ii a. Till 2 p. Find from 4 till 8 p. Sundays excepted unless fit appointment Trie Semar no. 1, is a remedy for relaxation and All the distressing consequences arising from Early abuse indiscriminate excesses or too Long residence in hot climates. It has restored bodily and sexual strength and vigor to thousands who Are How in the enjoyment of health and the functions of Dian Hooch and whatever May be the cause or disqualifications for marriage they Areffi Fetu Olly subdued. -. Trie Semar no. 2, completely and entirely eradicates All traces Egonor Hsen both in its mild add aggravated forms greets Stric Tures irritation of the bladder non retention of the urine pains of the loins and kidneys and those disorders for which co Paivi and cubes have so Long been thought an antidote. Trie Semar no. 3, is the great Continental remedy for syphilis and secondary symptoms. It also constitutes a certain cure for scurvy scr Fula and All cutaneous eruptions removing and expelling in Ite course All impurities from the vital Stream so As altogether to eradicate the virus of dose Sig and expel it by insensible perspiration through Tuffo me diam of the pores of the skin and urine. It is a never foiling remedy for that class of disorders which English physicians treat with Mercury to the inevitable destruction of the patients Constitution and which All the Sarsaparilla in the world cannot remove. Trie Semar no .1,2 and 3, Are prepared in the form of a Idze Oge devoid of taste or smell and tub be carried in the Waistcoat pocket. Sold in tin cases and divided in separate dopes As at Minista fed by Val eau Lalleman a Cox Ritford &c., amp a Price $3 each or four costs in one for $9, which saves $3, and in $27 cases whereby none Are genuine eur two the seals of the Patent office of England the seals of the Ecol de Pha Mauie de Paris and the Imperial College of Vienna Are affixed upon each wrapper and around each imitations Are liable to the severest penalties oui Vujs to special arrangements enable immediately on receiving a remittance the $9i Andi Lar site coma of Trie Semar free of carnage to and Parton the world securely pit cd and insure Iii genuine european Prepa fatuous the Public from spurious and . Attendance Imd Rousu Talon from 11 2 p m. And from 4 till 8 in the evening. 15 Prince Svrcek Arew blocks West of Roadway new York. Aldy6,1357-ly. A Crista Dorous hair Dye Wilbirt nut sell All �b8 merits lie of Cristadoro a never equal cd Dye l lied it makes Blaek to Brown Tran Fordis a Grey and keeps the fibres always from Odeay. Terrains Montc Lileon to Kvitni iving hair Dye Sull bomb. Its 7 position As the most harmless and Ofil Camus Blair Dye in Xiu world of reputed and sold wholesale and retail and applied in ton private rooms Cut Busti Dorous no. 6 actor House Broadway new York and Fey Ali druggists Abd perfumers in the United states. A in cd not i. Key Sot 140 Wood st., Pittsburg a costar s rat Roach �pe., exterminator a put up in 20c., 35c., 65 and $1, boxes. Costar s bed Bug exterminator. Put up in 25c., 60c.,�?~75c.,-Andtsl bottles. Costar s electric powder for ants in sects do. Put up in 25c. Aud 50e. Boxes. Price pal depot no. 388 Broadway new \ ork and sold by drug amp is Sand dealers Cymry. Whore in the United states Canadas West indies and South api Erieau Eull part Cullars by mail August 19r�857"2sqs.- Leo. For Sale by Guilford Lemberger agents for a Lebanon county at their wholesale and retail establishment opposite the Market Lebanon a. The Mill in the sea in Olden Timea there once lived two Brothers one of whom was Fich and the other poor. When Christmas was near at hand the Pool one had nil so Irich As a bit of meat or a crust of bread in the House so he went to his brother and begged him in gods name to give hint a trifle now it happened that this was not the first time that the Hufi brother had Given the poor one something and he was not particularly delighted when he saw him coming. If you will do As 1 Tell you a said he to the unwelcome visitor a a Yeti shall have a while Ham that is he timing up a in be the poor brother said he would do what he told him and thank him too. A there it is a said the Rich brother flinging him the Ham a and now go to the lower a a since i have promised it a must a observed the other taking up his Ham and going his Way after wandering about the petiole do a just As it grew dark lie perceived a Bright Light at no great distance for Bill him. A it must be Here a thai right he. On going Soth what further in the Forest however be found an old Man with a Long White Beard who teas cutting Good by tuning a said he with the a Good evening a replied the Man Wither May you be going a a ooh in a Only going to the lower regions Only t done to know whether in be come the right Way a replied the poor simple hearted Man. A yes you Are quite right a said the old Man a the entrant ice is just Here and then he added a when you have got Down below they will All want to buy your Ham for Swine a flesh is a great rarity there but you must not sell it for Money so rather ask to Exchange it for the did iian Mill that stands behind the door. When Dii come up again then i will teach you what id act with the Mill for it has its �9�, 1 can Tell on entering the undergo Tett re a great and Small gathered round and began out bidding each other for the Ham. A i had intended feasting upon it on holy Christmas eve with my wife a said the Man j a but As you seem so Bent on having it in a telling to part with it but i will not take anything in Exchange except the old Handbill that stands behind the the chief Imp did not at All relish parting with his Miland he began to Haggle and bargain tilth the Ilian but the latter remained film j so at last the Imp was Fain to let him take the Mill away. When the mat had emerged from the underground dwelling he asked the old Wood Cutter How he used the Mill and when he , he thanked him and returned Home but let him make what Speed he .would,1 he did not reach it till twelve of clock Jit night. A where in the world can you have been1?�?� said his wifi As he came in a a in be been sitting Hert and waiting hour after Hadnot As much As a couple of splinters u Lay across Eich other under the Gruel amp of to Cook our Christmas a a to a replied the Nan. Quot a could not come sooner for i hot a some business to mind and was obliged to go a Long Way about it but Yuji shall see what i have brought Back wih me. A ? or a Rwy a. V1 a a a a Lucuil Ana made it grind first of All candles then a table cloth then food and Beer in Short amp to that teas wanting for a Christmas feast and whatever he called for the Mill ground it immediately a his wife stood by and crossed herself Many times Over and was very anxious to know Tkv a her husband had come by the Mill amp it this he took care not to it Madero not How 1 got it wife a said he a a a you see Fiat it is a Good a nil whose water does not cease to flow and that a enough.�?�. And a h end get a be and do Ink a a Bles and every possible. Dainty for Christmas week and on the third Day he invited his friends to a when the Rich brother Baw what a East teas in preparation he turned hot and cold with vexation for he grudge d his brother the least Windfall a on Christmas eve a said he to the other guests a the was so miserably poor he came to ask me for a trifle in gods name and now Ali of a sudden he is As grand As if he had become an Earl or a then turning to his brother he said a a where on Earth did you get All these riches a a behind the door a answered the other who had no mind to let the cat a a it of the bag. But towards evening Tel Hen he had taken a drop too much he could not keep his counsel any 1�?Tdnger, but brought o a it his Mill. A a there is the Golden Goose that has brought me riches a said lib and Madelne Milt grind first one thing then another. In seeing this the brother wanted to buy the Mill of him but the other would not hear of it at first. At length however As his brother seemed to wish for it so very much he said he would take three Hundred pounds Ftp a a it Only he bargained not to part with it till Harvest time a Lor a said he a wifi keep it till then 1 shall be Able to grind enough for Many a year to come a during this Siace of time tee May easily imagine that the Thill was not allowed to grow Rusty and when Harvest Lime came the brother had it Given him Only the other had taken Good care not to Tell him How he was to Many go it. It was evening when tile sch brother brought the Mill Home and on the following morning he told his wife that she might go into the Field with the reapers and that he Wol ild meanwhile prepare the dinner. Towards midday therefore lie ply ced the Mil Bri the Kitchen table. A. A grind away a said he a and let us have some Herrings and a mess of milk of the Best so the Mill began to turn out Herrings and milk till All the dishes and pots and pans Tel the filled and at last the Kitchen was completely flooded. The than kept twisting and Turo Irig the Mill but do what he would the Mill did not cease grinding and at length the milk bad risen so High that he was in danger of being drowned. He tide Tore opens be chamber door but it was not Long before the chamber was likewise inundated and it was with Dif Licul. To that he could Wade through the Milky tide and manage to unfasten the Latch of the House door no sooner had he opened the door than out he rushed still pursued by a torrent of milk and her rings. And of he ran till he had reached his brother a and then be entreated his poor relation for gods Sake to take his Mill Back a for if it goes on grinding for another hour a said he a the whole Village will be inundated with herring and a but the brother refused to take Back the Mill unless the a theft counted him out three Hundred pounds More and As there was no help for it the Rich Man was Fain to pay him the Money. So note that the poor brother had Money As Well As the Mill he built a House that was far hands Oliie than the one his Rich brother inhabited. With the help of the Mill be collected so much Gold that he could cover the Walls with plates of Gold and As the House stood near the Shore it could be seen shining from a distance at sea. All who Sai Jota near the coast were sure to Anchor in the Heigh boyhood and to pay a visit to Lia Rich Man in the Golden hqusgl.-0, or to see the wonderful a a Vino like Soma Nawf a a r so i a do o m e to see the Mill inquired after looking at it whether it could grind Salt ? a a a a yes it can grind Salt As Teely As Why thing a said the Man. The Captain then tean led to Purchase it at any Price a a of a thought he a if i had this Mill i should not be obliged to sail so far Over the rough seas to fetch Salt and then i could make myself comfortable at Home. At first the Man Tegould not hear of Selling it but the Captain teamed so Long that he consented to part with it for Many thousand pounds. As soon As the Captain had obtained the Mill be took care not to remain Long in the neigh Bor Lwood for fear the Man should repent of his bargain so without even stooping to inquire How he was to manage the Mill a he went Back to his ship and sailed away. On reaching the main sea he took out his Mill and cried a grind Salt and let prime stuff a and the Mill began to grind Salt till it spilt and cracked again. When the Captain found his ship was full he tried to Stop the Mill but in spite of All. His endeavours the Mill went on grinding and the Heap of Salt Grete higher and higher till it finished by sinking the ship. So now the on the Bottom of , and at this very Day which is the water is balt. V a a Bra Tivol six Onty one in Tho methodist hymn Rook is the last thing dictated by Charles Vesloy. The lines wore taken by his wife a Short time before he died a in age and Feeric Ness Tramo who shall a helpless worm redeem Jesus my Only Hope thou Art. Strength of my filing flesh and heart o i might i catch one smile from thee and drop into eternity a extraordinary six tical cases a Dirk travelling fourteen years thro a Man s met with the most interesting Cas fits morning which has occurred in .oi? for a Long time. Vve Wei amp a Odu Eod to a gentle tha of who go Vevig to a Al. Be Melfi cation of the wffptfetieif5 fourteen or fifteen years ago he states that he was passing Down Baltimore Street late at night during a heavy Snow storm when he met near Frederick Street three men acid a woman. He gave them the Way but being violently jostled by one of them he upbraided them somewhat sharply when they attacked him. Being a powerful Man standing about six feet in his shoes he soon Laid two of them hours do can Bat and chased the other to the opposite Side of the Street where he felled him to the ground and where leaning Over him he received a blow in the left Temple which staggered As Well As bewildered him for a few moments. Upon recovering himself his assailants had fled and feeling tie blk cd flowing pretty freely from the wound proceeded to a physician who soon found that he had been stabbed the instrument entering about half Way Between the Eye and ear and breaking off Short leaving a considerable length of blk de in his head 1 All Effort to extract it proved . Strange to say be Felt very Little pain or inconvenience from his condition. The wound soon healed and he attended to his regular avocations As if nothing had happened. Three years after the Teo und again opening he consulted a surgeon who feeling the rugged Edge of the Blade made several efforts to draw it out and after a considerable labor Drew froth the wound a portion of the base of the broken Dirk Teshich Ineas dred within a fraction of two inches in length. A this part of it gave an idea of the amount remaining which was supposed to be a Piebe of about the same s be taken eleven years longer did i t continue in this condition when about two weeks since after suffering a great degree of pain on the right Side of his nose neat the Coiner of his a Yon the opposite Side to where he received the wound and a considerable swelling appearing he went to professor Smith who upon examining the diseased Pait found the Point of the Blade protruding it had actually traversed through the of the head and after fourteen years made its appear Rice in the above locality. Such is its position Plain to the Eye and wonderful to be believed excepting by an Eye witness. Or. Smith we understand proposes in a Short time to operate for its expulsion. We have often heard of Pihs arid Needles being st allowed and in after years making their appearance in different parts of the body but that the Blade of a Dirk Between three and four inches in length should thus travel and through Bones at that forms an interesting subject for the surgeon As Well As for the common . Patriot. Female murderers in two men and a woman were resin try convicted in pills Buff for the murder of the Uncle and aunt of the latter ail aged brother and sister who had accumulated some Money. Although sever a women have been convicted of murder in this state at different periods Only three of them were executed and these in a old there is at this time a woman in the Wayne county jail convicted of a girder during a def nor Porter s administration another in Huntingdon a a it can gov enor w a ter s term and we believe there 8k� altogether six or eight under sentence of death in different jails. If our recollection serves us right it is about since a governor of this Sute signed the Flath warrant of a we. Man and them will probably never be another. About four years ago we had occasion to examine a it a Church building in new copy from Ofle a of our new York contemporaries the following paragraph in relation to the Church build Long in now York City in the rage for chs Rufi building is very great this season. In the fifth Avenue Pear 48th Street the dutch reformed cd Firth is about to erect a new while Marble Church on a bit of land costing $120,000. This Church is the richest corporation in York Church. A Liew presbyterian Circh is to be reared on Murray of Hui a this Edi. Fice Springs out of the society of Rev. Or. Spring Siew Cut Rich will be a a Brick Wuh Stone Sterg Jesso feet High with clock and Bell and will hold 2000 Pao pie costing $140,000. Rey or. Thompson of the Tabernacle Chute a will have a Church of White Marble Are Al it will Cost $120,000. In the fount Avenue the methodists Are to erect a magnificent Church and they go for White Marble with tie Best. They have just sold their House on Mulberry Street and go a up this Church will have a Steeple 200 feet High the baptists Are to by ild a a elegy by Churchton eighth Avenue and 43d Street. This will be composed of Brown Stone and Iron. And the catholics under the Lead of archbishop Hughes Are to put Spoti fifth Avenue and 5th Street one of the most magnificent churches in the City. Threshing by step my a knew feature in farming operations Lias been Intro deed by col. Henry s. Kupp fun Iii township Berks county. A Small portable pumping engine used on the Union canal has recently been put in service on his Farto drive his threshing machine which it does with More regular Ity and Speed and at less , than Cati be done by horse Powe. There Are a number of operations about a farm where a Small engine would be of great is tvs be. Such As sawing Wood lumber rails amp a it May not be Long before ploughing and so Eding will be done in the same Way and when Shirll locomotives will be running through the Fields in All i motions. This is an age of Progress and invention and there is no telling what a Day May bring Forth. Money to the Treasury estimate there Are in this country about $250,000,000 in Gold of which Little More than a fifth is in the Banks leaving Little Short of $200,000,000 to be found elsewhere. The Treasury boards very commonly from Twenty to millions leaving it bbl by of $175,000, be sought among the people. Allowing $50,0q0,00p�?a Liberal estimate to be if actual use there remains $l25,t�0d, which is hoarded by the people and to an extent is Bones times exceeding the Treasury a read Tifuh and so blk my truth. A to Ovd do enemy is the distinguish ing characteristic of a religion Teti Ich is not of Man but of god. It cd ibid in delivered As a Precept Only by Hist who lived and died to establish it by his is Arhat a that if you marry for Beauty you bind yourself All your life for that which perchance will neither last nor please tiled one year and when thou Hast it it Seiil be to thee of no Price at ally for the desire diet ii when it is attained and the affection perish eth when it is satisfied. Those persons a be Aduf of a Lehds the ii a a something for you not those who make use of very Fine words. The old saying is True that a Fine words Bultez and a wife full of truth innocence and love is the prettiest Flower a Man can Wear next his heart. Of the state relating to this matter and from them we gleaned the foregoing facts a. A a a singular is in Allentown a he most singular Case of nervous excitability if Suchit May be called in a child that we have Ever come across. It is. Lysat of a Little fellow about 4 years old Tyyho Wilnot allow himself to be dressed. Whenever his Mother attempts to put clothes on him he screams terribly ruins out of the Bouse and hides himself in the barn where be remains for hours. Every Effort to coax a new pair of shoes or any garment with which children Are generally pleased on him is resisted with All Bis Power and if forced to submit he seems to suffer he most excessive pain and on one or two occasions we believe has gone into convulsions. He usually wears a night slip and when his Mother wishes to change it she is compelled when he is asleep. Ids parents Aire unable to account for this . A inventor of the Patent Metalic burial Case was the first to occupy one of them and now or. Shell of Cincinnati who had just Pat the fairest Rose will Wither at youth is the season of improvement. Truth May languish hut can no vet perish it always has a fast Bottom. Be just but Trust Hal every Ond. R Slembek Ger so Lois manufactory i i Vhay a Ful for past favors the under signed a respectfully informs the pub lie that he Eon. Tines his a fait Hanover Lebanon county on As extensive a a rat treas will he Dowie in the same excellent Stylo while made his work and name so Well known to the surrounding country. He promises to do the work in the shortest possible time. The manufactory is in Complete order and he flatters him. Self to he Able to Render the same satisfaction As heretofore to manufactures Broad Atid narrow cloths is Sineta blankets White and other flannels All finished in the Best Masher and at reason Able prices. He also cards Wool and makes Rolls for the convenience of his customers Wool Aud cloth will be taken in at the following places a at the stores of George a Shellenberger Louisor amp Brothers shirk amp Tice and George it Cincel and at Guilford 4 Lomec Rgers a new drug store in Lebanon at the stores of shirk amp my Lor and Samuel u. Shirk in North Lebanon Borough ? Samuel Goshert Bethel to. The Public hons of win Earnst Fredericksburg Samuel e. Bickely a store Jonestown George Weimar in a store Boll View Melchior Reichart 2 Miles from Palmyra a Martin Barlyn a store Palmyra Gabriel wolvers Borg or a store Palmyra Landing Michel shirk East Hanover Dauphin county at the stores of or Hber and David m. Rank East Hanover Lebanon county. A materials will be taken away from the above places finished without delay and returned again. Those of his customers who wish to hash Stair ing Wool carded dyed Aud mixed Hankte faces Wool White at the above Meuy a med or1 with directions How they will Reitz a Wooi to be his customers can order thejj6ii< Whiteh will to made from the under sign. Done and left at the a p be Naring Wool i. is Desiay by the above a Lemberger. A 1857. Enter the Terra Cotta of Fin has been the first to be buried in the article. The Conci device is remarkable. Debt is the worst kind of. Pover % carded will named places East is clocks received at a c Wjk 13 r 5 $ 8 Day and he our a st. 23, 58
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