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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 30, 1857, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaFat Totty to Lolita it tit Erato foreign at Ftp Restic ibo is Tjie of a Arieff. A up Wultz test at literal inf a i goitre. By we. M. Keslin hard As j. Seltzer attorney at Law saving fund 0 office in Cumberland Street nearly opposite National tract Bruaas hotel Lebanon a aug. 20,�?T57. Al isl to. A Jeff District attorney will attend to All his official business Ontso Alt other Legal and professional business entrusted to him will be promptly attended to. J office in Cumberland Street second door i Bast from Market at. Lebanon july 22, �?T57. J Isaac Hoffer 1 Surveyor and conveyancer "ffic33 in Cumberland Street opposite the a Eagle hotel a Lebanon a. Lebanon april 22, 1857.�?ly. Uei Hoval. Drum it my Guilford has removed his of Fidfl ,fe8ldettce on Market Street a few door Herth of or Kier amp ores store and to tween it and the new lutheran Church. Lebanon Dee lq�1856.-tf._ done to forget to Call at a kiss Madam a a and examine their Stock of boots shoes tranks travelling. A a i of printers. A Good Washington pies a of middling size is offered for Sale at this office very cheap. The Artoe is $60._septl6 revolvers pistols pocket knives a Beautiful assortment and cheap at a a. Nng.19,�?T67. Reizenstein a smoking tobacco porcelain and Ciao pipes Cigar tubes at aug. ,�?T57. Reizenstein amp Bro. Gum elastic belts. Patent leather and gum elastic belts for ladies k children also Belt clasps very Low at Ang. 19, �?~57. Reizenstein a Bro. , violins ban of guitars Hamo Nikas fibs guitar and , at Reizenstein a Bros aug. 19, �?T57. A it a cheap jewelry k variety store. Pocketbooks portion names and purses a Large variety of. Buckskin purses pocketbooks k portion names at astonishing Low prices at aug-19,�?T67. Reizenstein a Bro. Watches and jewelry just received a Large assortment of watches and jewelry of the latest styles Cameo Broat pins Finger rings ear drops gentlemen a breast pins and studs for Sale cheap at Reizenstein a Brothers nug 19,�?T57,. Opposite the court House. For Sale. A second hand steam engine 10 horsepower. It is to to sold to make room for one of a larger size. Apply to a. Major a brother. Lebanon july 1,1367.__ hams shoulders sides Whitefish Mackerel herring cheese vinegar tobacco Segars flour feeding to. Ac., for Sale by j. C. Re Sner. Lebanon july 30, 1856. _ leather leather leather a Tenet w. Overman importer of French a a a a a gather dealer no. Lii ii Ort Cut of All kinds of leather Morocco ac., red Oak Solo leather. Feu. 25,1857.-ly.______ to persons about to visit Philadelphia tut the new Western hotel Market Street below 9th Street. Eve to attention Given with a desire to f please. Boarding $1 per Day. A. It Hopkins july 22,�?T67-ly. Proprietor. Carpenters wanted. In Good Joh Snetman carpenters 1u wanted immediately at the steam planing Mills of the undersigned in this Borough. None but the Best of hands required to whom Liberal wages will be Given. Apply to Boas Gasser a Gettly. Lebanon feb. 18, 1867.-tf. Bunkers Hill Sand. Avery Superior Sand for building and other purposes is offered for Sale by the undersigned in Shatura township at bunkers Hill. It is sold at reasonable prices and delivered by the undersigned personally. Sand hauled and delivered by outer persons is not the genuine article. April 22,1857,. J. C. Cooper. Wood Wood a a he undersigned residing in North Lebanon Borough offers for Sale cheap 600 or 700 cords estimated Good Wood. It May to seen at Quot Fin Nigan a dam a on the Union canal near Jonestown. May 27,�?T57. David Boter. Hew Barber shop. Daly amp Williams would respectfully inform the citizen of Lebanon that they #t5�j opened 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, 1357..__ for rent. A store room and cellar. In the new Brick building in Market Street North of water adjoining Jacob Weidley a property in the Borough of Lebanon. It is Eal ovulated for a and grocery store and is in a thickly populated neighbourhood. Possession will be Given unmet i lately if desired. Apply on the premise to _ John h. Snavely. Lebanon aug. 5, �?T57-tf._ p. G. Wikel. Bricklayer and robbery Union Deposit Dauphin county Perin a. I am prepared at All times to put up Brick work in All its branches and on the shortest notice. Also Brick a buildings to inns inn Walls Boshes hearths and All work connected thoth a Furnace done js0�?oa gang of Stone masons always ready to put Down foundations and do Stone work of every description. July 1, 1867�?tf. P Ltd Wikel. Watches and jewelry another new lot of watches and jewelry i f just received by j. a a a in Cumberland Street next door tour linear Beaver s. Out. 22, a to. _. Clock 8. Thirty Bay eight d a thirty hour clocks just received at 3.3. Blair a jewelry store Lebanon a. L00.n�i%ill sell from 10 to 15 per to pfc less than Ray to it to abolishment in the pity. I did paint Kos Ako Eko Batna. A ork regained to. A �4 Horth 2d Street 129187�?6m 102 third Walnut Street. South West Corner of Street. Philadelphia. Incorporated by Testate of Pennsylvania Money is received in any sum Large or email and interest paid from the Day of Deposit to the Day of withdrawal. The office is open Erory Day from 9 of clock in the morning till 7 of clock in the evening and on monday and thursday evenings till 9 of clock. Interest five per cent. All Sims Large or Small Are paid Back in Gold on demand without notice to any amount. Hon. Ii Nhy l. Benner president Robert Selfridge vice president War. J. Reed Secretary directors c. Landreth Manns f. Carroll Brewster Joseph b. Barry Henry l. Churchman Francis Lee. Business entirely to there the investments amount Henry l. Benner Edwrard l. Carter Robert Selfridge Samuel k. Ashton James b. Smith this company confines its ceiling of Money on interest Ting to Over. One million and a half of doll Ais Are made in conformity with the provisions of the charter in real estate 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. M27,&7. Lebanon Talley Bank. Located in Market Street nearly opposite the United Hall one door North of the Pott office. Quot a fill the follow no rates of inter by e3� on deposits on and after the 1st Day of match 1857, Viz a for 1 year and longer Al 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 May Favorito Ltd deposits Bloon demand. Will Paya Premium in Spanish and mexican dollars and also on old american dollars and half dollars. Will make collections on and remit to All parts of the United states the Canadas and Europe negotiate Loans ac., ac., and do a general Exchange and banking business. G. Dawson Coleman president. Gbo. Glim cashier. I 1hhe, undersigned Manar Ere Are individually of liable to the extent Onelar a Jatog for All deposits and other obligations of the co partnership filed in the prothonotary s office of Lebanon county trading in Der the name and style of the a a Lebanon Valley Bank. Simon Cameron. George Suller. Jambs Young. Leb.,jel7,�?T57.j g. Dawson Coleman Levi Kline Augustus both George Gleim. Lebanon Mutual insurance company. Incorporated by tub legislature of a. Charter perpetual. Office at Jonestown. Lebanon county. Guarantee capital 55,000. This company is now fully organized and ready to make insurance on All kinds of property in town or country and on As favourable terms As any Well governed and Safe company either on the Mutual or joint Stock principle. President John Brunner Esq. A vice president a. M. Karsant. Treasurer Geo. F. Melv. Secretary we. A. Barry. Directors. Daniel Brown Napoleon Desh John Arndt John Brenner Esq., d. , Geo. F. Molly. W. A. Barry s. U. Shirk Daniel ii. Biever John Meily l. R. Walker d. M. Hank. A. S. Ely is the agent for Lebanon. He May at All times be found at Bis office in Walnut Street. Jonestown july 15, 1857.�?ly indemnity against loss by fire. Franklin fire insurance go. Of Philadelphia. Office 163 j Chestnut Street near 5th Street. Statement of assets $1,827,186. January 1st, 1857. Published agreeably to an of Assembly being first mortgages amply s0o�?or non. 15 real estate present value 109,000 Cost 82,784 36 temporary lans on ample Coua teral seen stocks present value $83,881 12, Cost 71,232 97 Cash ac., 64,12156 1,827,188 80 perpetual or limited insurances made on every description of property in town and country. Rates As Low As Are consistent with Security. Since their incorporation years they have paid Over 8ittot���?�-t�?Twitvor8tepsntfml.tt Nici losses paid during the year 1856,301,038 84 directors. d. Lewis. David s. Brown Isaac la Chas. N. Bancker Tobias Wao neb Samuel Grant Jacob r. Smith Geo. W. Kiowa ads feb. 25.-ly. Edward c. Dale Geoble Falls Chaeles n. Backer president cables g. Bancker Secretary. . To Tho takes Lebanon w Why to. H. Keim in to to Eagle b Uil Dinos. He a Tho Best room Best Light Best Eturea and has invade it his entire business for the last five years. He always gets the latest improvements he a always the latest style of Maoson hand he takes pictures in every style Oftis Al is Stereoscope on a fun to behold. A his pictures Are a Harp Correct Rad of the highest finish. Give him a Rafii and san Iret it. I term a Ray mod Erst a his room Are 0pen�?zet�i? do jete ept sunday from 8 of clock. A. A till 6 p a Lebanon june 3, 1857. 3 a a Farmers look to Yolk interests a new firm in North Lebanon Borough. New prices 1 in aha bushels wheal Luu juju 100,�00 bushels Bye 100,000 Bushel Corn 100,000 bushels Zaihi Clover seed flax seed Timothy seed for All Whiteb the highest Market prices in Hwi j by Hoffman Immel co. ,1wwfc�my�ur�# pm a Lebanon pa., wednesday september gym or. At err to a a a a err or a guano guano guano All kinds. Leinau a superphosphate of Lime. 7,000 to ivs. for your wheat crops use a Litif Faux a super phosphate of Lime at 2 Eta. A la. Or $40 a ton or use Leinau s american fertilizer at $3,50 a bbl or $2o a toil. One barrel of either is sufficient for an acre of wheat. These Are permanent a anubis made of reliable chemical elements and have been in successful use for the Post six years improving the soil and increasing the value of the Laud. Four diplomas from the state agricultural society of Pennsylvania new Jersey Delaware and the Crystal Palace association of the City of new York have been received for these i Vamp Lua ble Zerti lazers a a pamphlets in the English and German language can be had by application at the office. Jes1 a Liberal discount to wholesale dealers. The above fertilizers delivered free of cartage to any wharf in the old City proper. Orders sent by matl accompanied with Cash or drafts will be promptly shipped to any part of the world. Geo. A. Leinau proprietor no 19 South front Street Phila. City. July 29, 574m. Two Independent candidates. Fhe undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens of Lebanon and Vicinity that they at All times be found ready to accommodate them in anything which belongs to their business which is painting glazing and paper hanging they warrant All their work. By strict attention to business they Hope to secure a share of Public patronage. Orders for work can be la fat Waltz amp Credel s Book store where they will be promptly attended to. At the latter place too can be seen a Large assortment of neat is Chaste designs of Wall ceiling and. Hall papers selected by them from one of the most extensive establishments in the City of Philadelphia. Sept. 2, 57-301. Thompson amp Stoud. Terms�?11,50 a year. In met met. Politicians Are Allia doubt a to who wit to our next governor. A few week Moro and that question will be placed beyond All controversy. Meanwhile no one has expressed a doubt that the Moscheau Alful and Best made clothing worn is sold at the cheap establishment of. Reizenstein a Bro., lob., sept. 16, �?T57. Opposite the court House. New York advertisements. Health depends on pure blood. Brandreth spills purify the blood no disease can resist their judicious use 4��?o mild operation with successful effect Are the peculiarity of brandreth�?T8 Pius. Of tuft race at subject to a redundancy of vitiated bile at this season and. It is As dangerous As it is prevalent but Brandreth a fills afford an invaluable and efficient Protection. By their occasional me we prevent the collection of those impurities which when in sufficient quantities cause so much danger to the body a health. They soon dyspepsia loss of appetite pain in the head heart Burn pain in the breastbone sudden faintness and Costi Aeneas. In Brief Brandreth a fills work their Way to the very roots of the disease cleansing in their passage removing every unhealthy accumulation tin the blood is purified the whole system renovated and the functions and duty of life become a pleasure where before Thev had been sad and weary burdens. Often when nothing has Reli vomiting of a a sea sickness or otherwise where the retching has been appalling a single dose of four bran ureters Puis has at once cured and the patient has fallen into a Sweet sleep. When the mind Cau amp of collect itself when the memory Faila when it is an Effort to fix the attention when our sleep is broken and our waking hours harassed with foreboding Lorevil men Uran rein s rms Nokia reused. If these warnings remain unheeded rheumatism consumption disease of the heart bilious affections jaundice drop sies piles Appo Alexies and Cost Veness will suddenly . These by Audreth spills would have prevented but nevertheless these they will also cure. Use them at once do prejudice prevent the use of this simple but potent remedy. Brandreth s theory of disease. Never extract blood. Blood is the life. By abstracting it in painful diseases you Nav occasion the patient ease but remember this ease is Only the reduction or lessening the Power to feel. And by thus taking away natures tools you May prevent her from fully repairing the ravages of inflammation a convert what might Only have been the sickness of a few Days or weeks into a chronic affection of months and years. Brandreth spills Accord with nature natures remedy in fact. When sudden acute or continued pain occurs from any cause then to insure a Quick return to health you must use Brandreth spills which will soon relieve every Organ from undue pressure and remove those Humours whose presence often occasions such terrible suffering. Before the world 106 years Flag Twenty million boxes sold and the sphere of their usefulness still extending. Ask for Almanack and pamphlet of cures. Agents will Supply Gratis. Beware All pills with �?~241 Broadways on Sido ladle Are counterfeits. Out the genuine and they will never deceive. Sold at or. Ross drug store opposite the court House Lebanon _Fjuiy 1ft. �?T67-3ni. Is Tefu us. A Michigan cd Bue Story. The editor of to grand River Eagle has a Friend who hib been stopping As he alleges at one hotels at his so rafts pretty fairly Lold and he possesses to Light in the Way spinning a by Aarns that wad do credit to one who has entertained mess in the forecastle of a whaler a in re sieved the tedium of a watch on a Jefe. A a you see i wen4aiijkr�lty 4i sed. U p axles Lui fore the Plank was Laid Calk latin Quot on a Good snooze. Waal jest As the Shivers began to Esse off i Felt Sulthin trying to pull off my shirt and digging their feet into the Small of my Back to legit a Good hold. Wig d and twisted doubled and puckered Alt to no use kept going it like All sin. Rimbey got up and stuck a Light to look around a spell found about a Peck of scattered around and More dropping off my shirt and runner in Down my avg every minit. Swept off a place on the floor Shook out a quilt Lay Down and levered up for a Nap. No use mounted right on me like a parcel of rats on a meal tub a a dug a Bole in the Kiver lid and crawled through and gave me fits for trn to hide. Got up again and went Doxon stairs got a slush bucket from the Wagon made a Circle of tar on the floor lay1 Down on the inside and Felt comfortable that time anyhow. I left the Light Burn in and watched Mem get together and have a Camp meeting about if and they went off in a squad with an old Grey headed one on the Wall and to the ceiling till they got to the right spot then dropped right into my face fact by Thunder Waal 1 swept Mem up again and made a Cir to on the ceiling thought i had Mem foul this time but i Swan to Man if they did no to pull straws out of the bed and built a Bridge seeing an incredible Espie Sion on our visage he clenched Bis Story thus it is whether you believe it or not and some of them walked across on stilts. Bed bugs Are cautious critters and no mistake especially the Kalamazoo kind. Big biggest jump have Beard of recently was made a Day or two since by a Man who wanted to Stop at a station on the Central Road that the express train or. oreide�?sul�8it�ide fog crowd. This is a no me of a new Metal which Bas recently made its appearance under a French Patent granted in this country in match last,1 it resembles Gold in Many respects and May be used in a pure condition or As a base for Gold plating. Its Cost is about eighty cents per Pound and yet its appearance is such that it would readily be Lakin for Gold by the most casual observers. It is not a pure Metal but a compound of a a a up several metals refined to such a a degree he suddenly 6�mhaw ii us qualities ble acquisition to the Metalic when tested Wilh nitric acid ebullition takes place but no spot remains. This Quality though valuable for utensils makes it dangerous Metal for dishonest men. It can be used in counterfeiting Gold so readily that it will be exceedingly difficult to detect counterfeit from True Coin. When placed Side by Side with Gold it requires close scrutiny str decide which is Gold and which or Eide. In France a Law Lias already been passed to prevent frauds by compelling under severe penalties for neglect All Manu failures of a Lorie de stamp the word upon the articles produced. A manufactory has recently Bee Siart de in Waterbury Connecticut capable of turning out any Quantity of new Metal. It is said that a great Deal of the late imported Gold chased Ware is Rioth. Ing but or Eide 1 it has already made its appearance in counterfeit Coin out West a. A Metal having so Many of the characteristics of Gold will soon find its was into the hands of dishonest men. The Public need to be Oti their guard in the Purchase of Gold chased Ware and Gold Dpi. It is an easy matter to transport a Metal to California which costs but eighty cents a Pound and it would be quite As easy for a dishonest Man to mix the cheap material with the costly. It is Likely however that science while furnishing a combination of metals so useful will also furnish a Detector against its use As a counterfeit. A lure is always Irue to itself and the ability to create so valuable and yet when used dishonestly so dangerous an article argues the ability to produce that which shall be a safeguard to the Public against the dishonest meanwhile it is Likely that till the qualities of the. Metal Are better known ate new York advertisements. From Albert g. Richardson s advertising and correspondence office 360 Broadway new a jew and important Mhz covery in the science of Medicine. Patent office Seal of great Britain diploma de Ecol de pm Armacie Ubab Maciun de Paris and Imperial College of Medicine Lenua. Sold wholesale and retail by or. H. A. Barrow member of the a rope a College of Vienna and Roval College of surgeons London who maybe personally consulted at his residence 157 Prince Street few blocks West of Broadway new York from 11 a. M. Till 2 p. M. End from 4 till 8 p. M. Sundays excepted unless by 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 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. Trie Semar no. 2, completely and entirely eradicates All traces of Gonor sea both in its mild and aggravated forms fleets strictures irritation of the bladder no retention of the urine Fains of the loins and kidneys and those disorders for which co Paivi and cd Ebete have so Long been thought an antidote. Trie Semar no. 3, is the Groat Continental remedy for syphilis and secondary symptoms. It also constitutes a certain cure for scurvy scr Fula Andall removing and expelling in its course All impurities from the vital Stream so As altogether to eradicate the virus of disease and expel it by insensible perspiration through the medium 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 All the Sarsaparilla in the world cannot remove. Trie Semar no .1,2 and 3, Are prepared in the form of a lozenge devoid of taste or a Mell and can be carried in the Waistcoat pocket. Sold in tin cases and divided in separate As administered by Val eau Lal Leuman Roux Sicord ac., a. Price $3 each or four cases in one for $9, which 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 Ecol de pharmacies de Paris and the Imperial College of Vienna Are affixed upon each wrapper and around each imitations Are 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 cases of Trie Semar free of Carriage to any part of the world securely packed and properly addressed thus insuring genuine european preparation and protecting the Public from spurious and pernicious i Miguens. Attendance and consultation from 11 a. M. Till 2 . And from 4 till 8 in the evening. 157 Prince Street a few blocks West of Broadway new York. May6,1867-ly. Wrist Adoron a hair Dye Tel told a Nat i Hill All Tbs merits lie of Cristadoro s never equalled Dye red st makes Block to Brown transforms a Grey and keeps �10 Fibre always from decay. Of Llwis matchless revitalizing hair Dye still holds its a of position As the most harmless and hair Dye in the world. Prepared and Scle wholesale and retail and applied in ten private routes at Coita Dosons no. 6 Astor House Broadway new York and by ail druggists and perfumer in Tho United Iriate. A Gem sri Tymah 140 a. Was passed the individual referred to rushed out of the rear car carpet bag in hand and jumped. He struck on the ground some Little distance of course from the Point at which he left the cars. One foot struck the ground first and so heavily did he come Down that the heal of his Boot was Tom off. His second foot struck Twenty feet distance from his f st track and Boot heal was also ripped from his other Boot. The Man continued his rapid movements being thrown into All sorts of positions for some distance beyond. He finally a brought up no less than seventy four feel from the spot where he left the Rushing train. On picking himself up he was asked if he had been Hurt when he answered he did not know and immediately picking up his watch and a number of his buttons which had been scattered by the Shock and seizing his car pet bag he started off with his dinner tolerably Well settled a new Haven Register. Ballooning and the Philadelphia papers say that Many thousand people assembled at Lemon Hill on monday afternoon to witness a balloon and Parachute display which the messes. Godard had announced to come off there. The balloon ascended beautifully carrying two passengers besides the elder Godard. Beneath it was the Parachute at the extremity of which hung the younger Godard. As the party ascended those in the car of the balloon waved hats and flags while the daring occupant of the Parachute Cut up Alt sorts of Capers much to the alarm of those who looked on. Away sailed the big Globe and its Tail the Parachute while the intrepid fellow who lung to the latter still performed a variety of feats. At last when both had reached an attitude of As we should think four or five thousand feet the balloon began to descend and the big umbrella beneath it to open. Then the Twain parted company the balloon darting upward into the air and the Parachute descending most gracefully towards the Earth. The crowd were enraptured though there was not a single cheer went up. We saw it in their the expression seemed to say a a in be had my Money a for a time some thought there was to be no Parachute descent and grumbled the result however showed them that they were mistaken. The balloon and its companions took a Westerly direction from Lemon Hill the former went on towards Media while the Parachute must have alighted a few Miles West of the Schuylkill. Measles has recently been very Prev agent in Marblehead. About one thousand children have been affected by it within the last few weeks. Its Type has been to Light that the Little ones have been very anxious to take it from each other and they have accordingly in Many instances rubbed their Cheeks together to catch the eruption. Some years ago we believe the inhabitants of that Sterling place underwent a general vaccination or rather inoculation with the Small pox. During the Procesa they shut out strangers from the town. A he most extensive Kric making establishment on this continent is located in North Cambridge mass. When in full operation it manufactures on an average one Hundred and eighty seven thousand bricks per Day or about Twenty four millions during the season the Wood used in burning this immense Quantity is the Best Nova Scotia and amounts to Over three thousand cords. The Clay is taken from a pit which is about forty feet deep. It is raised in a car on an inclined plane by steam Power when it is taken on Railroad track to the several pits where it is made into bricks. The Clay is worked by steam Power which requires a second steam engine and shafting which reaches about a Quarter of a mile. Struck by and Marshall College Lancaster was struck by lightning some time during the present vacation the fact not having been discovered immediately owing to,.,the building being unoccupied. The express says a although the charge was apparently heavy no damage whatever was done to the building owing to the completeness of precautions taken to guard against injury from the electric fluid. The building is guarded by three lightning rods which were erected under the superintendence of professor Porter upon modern plans and the most approved scientific principles and the test to which the building has been subjected proves the value of the arrangement. These three rods All converge to a Given Point and communicate with the Bottom of the Ivell near the building. The lightning struck the Point of the Rod above the Tower slightly bending the Iron followed the course of the roil in its various turnings Down and Over the building knocking off one or two of the fastenings and spending its Force on the water in the Well. This instance shows the importance of having lightning rods properly connected probably one half of those put up in the country being useless owing to the careless manner in which they a re connected with the Earth mrs. Oliver Clyde of Bristol atm lately committed suicide by starving herself to death ? her husband had deserted her and unable to support herself she received Aid from town. Her situation so weighed on her mind that she settled into a deep melancholy and refusing All food after thirty three Days Ltd fasting die Fin terrible agony. Everything was done to cause her to break1 her determination that prudence could dictate but in vain. In the last canvass in Missouri or. R. Bircher was one of the stump speakers in favor of the a emancipation candidate for governor. Since the election this or. Bircher has Public bad an advertisement offering 8100 Reward for the return of his runaway a lady while walking through the streets of Oswego n. Y., the other Day with a piece of California Gold valued at 88, in her Mouth perpetrated the i delicacy of sneezing violently and blew away the Money i she was unable to recover it a a Indian rubber Bijj a in Providence r. A last Friday night a lad 17 years of age named Allen Campbell employed As a clerk in it Jug relay establishment and boarding in a Story House on the Corner of Westminster and Walker streets took ?window of Hia attic chamber which Ftp is on the Back Yard and in consequence riff the heat went out upon the roof to a Down and have a smoke. While Tjuina enjoying his Ottum cum digit Tate Jig list lofty position by he grasped at the and waterspouts As. He fell to save himself but in sin and went to the ground alighting upon his feet on the solid Earth and a flaking an impression with his heels several laches deep. He was so stunned by the fall As to be unable to help himself and Lay groaning for fifteen minutes but being finally discovered and taken into the House it was found upon examination that he had no Bones broken. By an application of restoratives he is enable to turn Over in bed and is fast recovering. That lad is not Likely to be killed by a fall. A a Hail two or three feel deep in Greene Waynesburg pa., messenger Gays that a very severe hailstorm visited Greene county near Freeport last saturday the 5th inst a the Hail came Down in a perfect torrent the atones varied from the size of a Partridge to that of a hens egg and came with such Force and in such quantities As to damage nearly everything in the track of the storm. Shingle roofs were split to pieces the growing Corn was perfectly stripped of its Blades and shoots the Apple Trees were left naked of leaves and Barren of fruit. The Buckwa amp at was entirely destroyed the Forest Trees of All kinds were almost entirely stripped of their foliage and fruit. The fowls which were without shelter were killed by the weight and Force of the Hail stones. Or. Dunn exhibited to us his hands which were much bruised and swollen from the pelting received while engaged in holding his horses. He assured us that after the st run he had driven through Banks of Hail stones from two to three feet. We have no doubt from All we have heard that this was one of the severest and most destructive Hail storms that has Ever visited any portion of this country. The Width of its estimated to be from chinese correspondent of the Overland Friend of Caina writing from Shanghai gives the following description of the Mode of extorting confession from accused parties. The hands of the wretched criminal Are tied very tightly beheld him so As to bring the backs of his wrist close round this part a cloth is wrapped to prevent the flesh from being Cut by a Strong rope which is passed round and round and then carried Over a beam that runs across the room overhead. Every now and then the poor wretch is hoisted up in manner and held until lie is either on the Point of fainting from intensity of suffering or is willing to confess what it is desired to extort from him. A Gallant and Noble the passage of the steamship Glasgow from new York to Glasgow a female Wilh a child in her arms was accidentally swept overboard. Or. Robertson husband of the vocalist and actress miss Georgia Hodson observed the Accident and heedless of danger lost not a moment in plunging into the boiling Ocean. A life buoy was thrown to him which he caught simultaneously with his grasping the sinking Mother and infant. The engines were backed Blue lights burned As it was almost dark and a life boat lowered and the woman with her infant As Well As their Gallant preserver were rescued from their perilous situation. A medal has Haen ordered for presentation to the hero of this Noble exploit. Curious editor of an Oregon paper describes a wonderful jaw Bone recently found in that territory which fur aught we know May have been that with which Sampson slew a thousand men. The Fossil a is eleven inches in length the Teeth seven inches Long set uniformly in rows running across the jaw. The Fossil is in a petrified state the dentine perfectly sound the piece found weigh six pounds and judging from its appearance the whole would probably weigh three Hundred pounds. A a a Cincinnati gentleman tells How Nicholas Longworth became Rich he was a Shoemaker by Trade but practice Law in the pork City Between 1804 and 1820. He once received As a Legal fee for defending a horse thief two second hand Copper stills. The gentleman who had them in Possession refused to give them up but proposed to or. Long Worth to give him 8 Jot of thirty three area on Western Row so called in lieu of them a proposal which the latter whose sanguine opinions of the value of such property were ahead of his time gladly accepted. This transaction formed the basis of an immense Fortune the naked ground being now Worth Over two millions of dollars. V a Large labile Snake was caught in Virginia a few Days since and confined in a Cage a cat which had forfeited her right to existence by sundry depredations among chickens was sentenced to go in on a visit to . Of course a fight took place which is de ascribed As being terrific. When it Ofida a ,botb�?z�4�maljl wet do cd 4 visit to Napoleon if a a Paris correspondent writes a a Friend of mine went to Plom Biefnes last wednesday 4o see his Imperial majesty having known much of him during his sojourn in new York in the month of april May and june in 1836, and had an interview of three hours with him one of which was spent at the dinner table and the other two in a Long walk when be had a most familiar conversation with him on Many subjects but a am not at pm Perot gave no though he spoke freely of the difficulties which Environ him. To complained much of the injustice of the american press toward him but i am not sure whether he named any paper in particular. My Friend was greatly struck with the intense vigilance which reigns All around Plo Mieres among the police and when walking with the emperor he remarked that they were never far from the guards who accompanied his Imperial majesty. It is certain that there is much anxiety in the Public mind and this uncertainty in the state of things greatly affects the grander enterprises of Trade and Commerce. Even the most sagacious do not know what May happen tomorrow a a escape from perceive an article going the rounds of the abolition papers purporting to be the narrative of a negro who has just arrived in new York having escaped from Southern slavery where he had been illegally detained for a period of forty years. It is interesting if True but what appears most improbable is that he had purchased himself several times at prices amounting in the aggregate to several thousand dollars. If he was Able to accumulate such a sum from his own earnings while a slave we think the South would gain by a comparison with the North where a free negro May toil a life Long for the abolitionists and when dead not have enough Money to for his coffin. The United slates of great and to some extent successful efforts have been made by the dominant leaders in Australia to form a confederation of the colonies under a Central or Federal department organized on the plan of the United states. The party in favor of this change in the government of the colonies obtained last year the Ascendancy in the local egg util Quot la a a Jeslo a re so it Quot Strim a rom that by a they lost the Possession of the american colonies has refused to accede to their wishes. _ the strength of Paris pays gives the following account of the strength of Delhi Delhi at the moment of the breaking put of the insurrection contained the products of the Cannon foundries of the Kas Safouri and the gun carriages and artillery materials manufactured at Pattio Hegbar and those of the celebrated Power Mills of Ich Poure. Independent of the heavy ordinance on the ramp Arfa it had in store 600 heavy guns of the calibre of from 18 to 24-Pounders, intended to Supply the different forts of the North Eastern provinces of the Calcutta presidency besides 460 pieces Field artillery of the calibre of from 7 to 9, and 95 buses and 70 the store of projectiles and munitions was also very considerable. The Indian artillery ought to have a Well merited reputation and All these Guna were a excellent do animals reason 1�?one of our friends in Ridley has two horses which go to the pump in his barn Yard almost daily and pump water for their own use. One of these animals commenced this singular feat last summer and since then has Learned his fellow to go through the same operation. It is really amusing to see one of the horses put his Mouth to the nozzle of the pump while the other is engaged in drawing water the handle of the pump is of Wood and the end ubed by the horses has been greatly gnawed off. The above fact can be authenticated by numerous respectable persons who have witnessed Tho horses drawing water when their necessities required it. Is Adf the statement a Strong proof that animal reason a Del. Co. Re pub. A Dublin paper in describing a human body lately discovered in an extraordinary state of preservation in a Peatbog near Mullingar says that a a in appeared to be that of a Strong muscular Man and exhibited no perceptible Marks of violence except that the head was severed from the neck just on a line with the Root of the the exception seems a rather important one. Our hibernian contemporary apparently makes Light of a somewhat serious mutilation in virtually stating that the deceased person had Only had Bis head Cut off. A Man who moved from Cincinnati Ohio to the country last Spring and who had no Means of conveyance there and thence bit upon this original plan of going and coming on horseback and making his Riding profitable withal a he visited town twice a week and upon the morning of his return he would repair to the fifth treet auctions and Bur one of the horses a put up at a Low lure ride him out and the time Hen a to the City nag and to begot by at an Advance. In to the country go rates Ancl Mogin Cash it is said some courier Saya 0�t the Galem Fedling to this City a potatoes Are a bushel.1�?T for Twenty a
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