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M. M. BRESLIN.)
us J. • Seats %
)RNEY AT LAW,
Ouniberland Street;nearly opposite
el, Lebanon, Pa. Aug. 26,'57.
O F I'
id WEIL y* l
STRICT - ATTORNPY,
d to all his official business; also;
egatnil professional business ina..
ill be litromptly attended to.
Cumberland street, second door
t st.. [Lebanon, July 22,'57.
• C HOFFER,
imberland Street, opposite the
1, 0 Lebanon, Pa. •
1 22, 18+57,-Iy.
If Ult oo .
t ITILFORD has removed his Of
-wresidence on Market Street, a
of Raber•a Oves' Store, and be-
New Lutheran ehltrch. • ;id....
10,18581-tr.." r fo
.0 8* IT
ow doors ,
swoon it a
rget- lo Call at
°A DAM'S, and, examine their
, ots, Shoos, Trazikii, Traveling
NGTON i'RESS, of 'middling,
fel , sale, at this Office, very
$BO4 ' sei3tl.6'
assortment and Cheap, at
REIZENSTEIN do BRO
and Gum-Eldstio Bolls
alsobrpvrla a atzagLilvßi
liartuimikam, Fifes, Guitar
and V al
;RNSTRIN to BROS'
jewelry it 'Variety Store
's assortment of , Watchos
heststyles, Cameo Breast- ,
drops, Gentlemen's Breast
IN & BROTHERS,
losito the Court Roam
is and Stud
EIsWINE;IO horse pow_
to Make room for ono of a
or. It is ti
tkerel, herring, Choose;
arg, Flour, Feeding, ice.
J. C. REISNER.
it to W'fsit
orr WESTERN 11.0TET.s,
below Oth street. Eve.
given s with a desire to
ding $1 per Day.
. M. 11.0FKINS,
TRY t 1
I"e ry alien I
I Please; 3
CA R PENTC
44 0001) JOURN
14 wanted immodint
MU, of the undorEign -
'but the bust of hands
wages will be given.
Lebanon, Feb. IS, IS
Ayory superior BAND
purposes, is offered f(
ed, in Swaim* township, ,
sold et reasonable prim/ st .
designed personally. So.
by ether persons is not the
April 22, 1867.—tf.
wink]] undersigned, resit]
W Borough, Oars for sal
000 or 70
(iodinated) good Wood. It
sign's dam," on the trnio
Mau. [may 27,'57.
J. W. AC K
Prom $1,25 to $lO, 8 do
Oct. 22. 'SI.
NEW RAMIE _
DALY tic WILLIAMS wuu
form the citizens of Lebani
opened a first elan SIIAVIN
DRESSING SALOON, in Markt
'the Lebanon Bank. They wouldl
of the public patronage.
Lebanon, May 20, 18.57.—tf.
A STORE ROOM AND CELLA . i 11 the new
a. brick building In Market Arcot, • .th of Wa
ter,adjoining Jacob Weidlo's propo • lehe bc'rirl
nugh of Lebanon. It is calculated fora I y 3' Goads
end Grocery Store, and is iu ii thiOcly po . Welted
neighborhood. Possession will beXiveti mea
niely If desired, Apply on the premlseti o
JOHN III.; SNAVELY.
Lebanon, Aug. 5, '57-0.
P. G. WIKt L. / I
Bricklalyer and Jobber',
Union Depoiiit, Dauphin nty,,Petin'a.
T AM prepared, at all times, t pot, np Brick
Work, in all Its branches, and oil t he shortest
notice. Also, BRICK gulLinziag,. BOTLERS,
Inn-walls, Boshes, Martha and all work conn sot
ed with a Furnace done. hearths,
gang of Stone
- Masons always ready to put direr( foundations,
And do stone work of every description.
July 1 a '18.57.-- I -te P. G. WrICEL.
lur c H E'S' AND JEW ..RY•
ANOMIE NEW LOT OF
WATCHES AND JEWEBY,
Jun RECEIVED BY "
J„, Wr. AC IC R
In Cumberlan d street, next door to Dr
Oot. 22, !66.
L .0 C K S .
h r:t y Day,
g it ty
Th t* flour,
CLOCKS , ' •
Just* Received at
J; J. MAWS Jewelry Store,
G. W. Dewees,
IVUOLESALIII AND RETAIL 14soufaeturer of
" Ornamental Ind Plain nnilt Looking (awls
, Portrait and Pieter.) Branum of every style;
Inrso stook of the above always on hand, ntiah
sill soli from 10 to 15 per cent. less than any other
establishment in the otty.
NS.. PAINTING! AND Exonavmas, do.
vork reguilted, do. A liberal oliseount to the
trade. G. W. DEWEES.
Xo. 154 North 2d Arse t, below Race, westiside
April 29, 1867.—em 1 , 16. 102
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Olt tt BROTIIER.
, ier, Leather!
Importor of French.
r all kinds of Leather,
at the Stettin "Planing
this borough. None
red, to whom liberal
Building and Other
le by , tilt) u ndersign
lunkor's Rill. It is
ieeliveruci by the.un
aulud and delivorod
J. C. COOPER.
II North Lebanon
bo soon at "Fin
nal, near Jones.
nd 30 hour.
snot , .
-Ist they have
ilteit: a share
Completely and entirely eradidates all traces of Compr
i:toes, both in its mild and aggravated forms, Cleats, Stric
tures, Irritation of the Bladder, Non-retention of the
Urine, Paine of the Loins and Kidneys, and those disor
ders for which Copaivi and Cubcbe have so long been
thought an antidote.
Triesemar No. 3,
le the great Continental RIMEDY for Siphills and Secon
dary symptoms. It also constitutes a certain core for
Scurvy, Scrofula, and all cutaneous Eroptione, removing
end expelling In its course all impurities from the vital
(dream, so as altogether to eradicate the virnsof disease
find expel it by insensible perspiration through the
diem of the pores of the skin and urine.
whicha never failing remedy for that clan of disorders
English Physicians treat with Iderenri, to the in
evitable destruction of the patient's eonstitution, and
which all the Sarsaparilla in the world cannot remove.
Tammuz No.l, 2 and 8, are prepared in the form of a
lozenge, devoid of ,
taste or smell, and can be carried in
the waistcoat pocket. Bold in tin eases, and divided in
separate doses as administered by Valpeau, lalleufan,
Roux, Mord, tc., 80. Price $3 each, or' four cases in
one for $9, which saves $3, and in $27 cases, whereby
there Ls a saving of Of.
None are genuine unless the Engravings of the seals
of the.ratent Office of England, the seals of the Ecole do
Pharmeolo de Paris, and the Imperial Collegeßf Vienna,
are affixed upon each wrapper, and around each case.—
Imitstionsarellable to the severest penalties of the law.
, Special - arrangements enable Dr. Darrow to forward
immediately. on receiving a remittaffce, the sfl and lar
ger' eke cages OrPrieilifner free of carriage, Many PRA of
the world, seaurely packed and properly addressed, thus
insuring. genuine European preparations and protecting
the public from spurious and pernicious imitatiens.
A ttenclapee and Commitationfrom 11 a. M. till 2 p. an.
B i New
nthe' evi. 167 Prince street, afew
blocks west'of roadway, New York. • '
May 8,18 87-1 "
Cristadonis flair, Dye! . • - •
Within uutebelesil the . ' Minitel%
Of Cristadoielfitairerignidled Dye ;
Red it makes black, to•brown transforms a grey,
And keeps the librtas alwaye from decay.
MUMS matchless, re.vitalising Efair.Dye, still holds its
a minion as the most baroness and elms , Joust Der
Dye in TUB WORLD. Frepared and sold, wholesale
and retail, and • applied 1n ten private roma, at Chtieva-
noito l s, T No. 8 Astor House, Broadway, New York, and
by all Draggles and Perfumers in the Unitedltatee.
Apn6,74leorge If. Keyeer,l:io Wood st.,Pittsburg, Pa.
A Gir RRE 0 , T,1r FRS.
wEW takes the beotrammEssEB in Lebanon?
Why 4.'11. REIM; in the
He has the best :rob*, best light, best fixtures, .•
and has !trade it, his **business for the, last
five, years. Ileialiraya gets the latest improve
ments; helms always the latest style of cases on
hand ; he takes pictures in every style of the art;
his. STEREGSCOP Prep:MP:B are wonderful
to behold. All his pictures are' sharp, correct,
and of the highes finish. Give hint a call and ,
you will not regret i . His terms are very mod
...,Bia rooms are ,open every day (except.
SiznartSr,) from 8 o'clgek, A. M., WI 6 P. M.
'Maranon, Jnne 6, *sr.
Gold ' old, Gold.
greatest offer I gold pens, gold i!enells, gold
eheirm,and'gold watches, ever made. • Road the
•. • •
Azttcfro4jAi L ti t chie hundred daars,.piisitliely given
4co an person wlfct cafPBPare one day'week, or ono
hour inn day, getting up clubs of subseribers his own
and adjoining neighborhood, for the bost.and most pop
ular family newspaper now published. , Iklo expense, no
outlay, no capital required of agents. An entire now
plan le propcised, by which auy person can succeed in
makintit a pay . lng business, who will undertake the
agency. 'A private'ckeular, for the inspection Of agents
only, with full list of premiums, will be sent to any one
who desires it, on receipt of a stamp to pay return post
age. BOMB agents have earned a hundred dollar gold
watch In one week.
Every fanillYshould read at least one Newspaper from
New York City, without interfering with their Local Pa.
perm, which'of course cannot and should net;.be dispens
ed with. But New York being the great commertialand
business centre of this Continent, no farmer, mechanic,
professional man, or merchant, is properly prepared for
the a encies of his calling, unless be is in communi
oath% with New York City, by means of one of IMBrst
class_ newspaper mediums. Such a medium is our "LED
GER," neutral in politics, but giving all the facts items
of news, and thrilling incidents worth knowing
out the country.
.A Valuable Gift.
Each new, subscriber will receive with rho stet Ko. of
Lie or her Paper, one of the new and beautiful glass point
ed indelible Pencils,* just imported from'Europe, and for
which we have obtained the exclusive agency for this
country. This Is the moot ingenious and useful improve-
ment of the present age, and is the only pencil ever-made
that will writs with Ink, making It both a pen and pencil
of the flue quality at the same time. It will last for
yeari; and for eidetical use Is worth more thin any gold
pen in the merket.
For list of premiums and full particulars, address
HALL & 'WEST, Publishers,. New-York City.
* These rattails supplied to the trnde akaprofitable dis
count is, f&tt5.26,'57.
NEW - YORK AOVERTIS}MiNTS
NO DISEASE CAN RESIST TII JUDICIOUS, USE!
.q Mild eiodretion with successful effect aie the pepu
liority of Brainlreth's Pi
Oil rice nit'Subjeet to a redundancy of vitiated bile,
at this - leen* and it is as dangerouS as it is prev
alent, but Brindieth'h Pills afford an Invaluable and
efficienitprotection. By their occasional use westrevent
the collection of thoseimpurities, which, when in sal
tient quantities, cause so much danger to the body's
health. They soon cure liver complaint, dyspepsia,loss
of appetite, pain in the head, heart burn, pain in the
breast bone, sudden faintness and costiveness. In brief,
Brandreth's Pills work their way to the very roots of
the disease, cleansing in their passage, removing every
unhealthy accumulation till the blood Is purified, the
whole system renovated, and the functions and duty of
life :become a pleasure4where before they had been sad
and weary burdens. Often when nothing hits relieved
vomiting of the most serious charaefer, vrhether from
sea-sickness or otherwise, where the,,retelaing has been
appallinea shight:dole of foullirantriatit's Pills has at
once cured and the patient has fallen into a sweet sleep.
When the mind cannot collect itself; when the memory
fails; when it is an effort to fix the attention; when our
sleep is broken and our waking hours harassed with
forebodings of evii,then Brandreth's Pills should be used.
If these warnings remain unbeeded,yheumatism, con
sumption, disease of the heart, bilious affections, jaun
dice, dropsiel, piles, appoplexies and cos ti veness will sud
denly present themselves:' These Brandreth's Pills would
have prevented,but nevertheless THESE they will also cure.
Use them atone; do not let-prejudice prevent the use
of this simple but potent remedy.
Dranilrelh's Theory of Disease
Never extract blood. Blood is the life. 117 abstract
ing it in painful discuses you may occasion the patient
ease, but remember, this ease is only the reduction or
lessening the power to feel. And by thus taking away
nature's tools, you may preyentherfrom fully repairing
the ravoutes Of innammation,* convert what. might only
have been the alcknosS of a few days or weeks into a
chronic affection of months and years.
Brandreth's Pills accord wiih Nalure !
Nature's remedy In fart. When sudden, acute or mo
tioned pain occurs from any cause, then to insure a quick
return to health, you must use lirandretb'e Pills, which
will 80011 relieve every organ from undue pressure, and
remora those humors whose presence often occasions
such terrible suffering.
REBORE VIE WORLD 106 YEARS!
103.,Twenty mllliou boxes sold and the sphereot their
usetuinese still extending. Ask for almanaek and pam
phlet of cures. Agents will supply gratis.
BZWARE—aII pills with "241 Broadway" on side table
are counterfeits. Get the genuine and they will never
deoalre. Sold at Dr. HOBS' Drug Store. opposite the
COurt•Uouse, Lebanon, Pa. pulp 15.'57-3m.
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
ALBERT G. RICHARDSON'S
Advertising and Correspondence Office, 360 Broad-
way,. NOW York.
.AVact and , Important Das
- eoveil 171 the Science of Medicine.
PATENT orPloa'sktt. OF GREAT BRITAIN, DIPLO
ME de ECOLR de rnanmAere mr.tnunetris do
PARIS and. IMPERIAL COLLEGE of MEDICINE, Vi
enna. Sold, wholesale, and retail by. Dr. H. A.
Barrow, member of tlio College of Vienna,
and ItoyarCollege of Siargeone, London, who may 11a
parsonally consulted at Ida repidence, 157 Prince street,
flelt bloats west of Brosairity, Niiw York, from n 31.
WI 2 P. 31. and from 4 till 81'. 31. (Sundays excepted,
unless by appointment.)
Triesemar No. 1, _
Is a remedy for Relaxation,.Spe_ rmatorrhcea, and all the
*distressing consequence arising from early abuse, indis-
Criminate excesses or too long residence in hot climates.
It has restored bodily and sexual strength and vigor to
thousands who are now in the enpyment of health and
the functions of manhood; and whatever may be the
cause or disqualifications for roarilage, they are ellectu
TfieBoMar No. 2,
LEBANON, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1857.
Ckeneiiil Election *toclarnation.
PURSUANT to An Act of the General
Assembly of the Commnwealth of Pennsylvania,.
entitled au "Act relating to the' elections of this Com
monwealth," approved the 2d day of July, A. None
thensand eight •Iniadred and thirty-nine, I, DAVID DI.
B.IIIIRY, Sheriff of the County. of Lebanon, Pennsylvania,
do hereby make known and give notice to the electors of
the county aforesaid, that a General Election will be held'
in the said county of Lebanon, on, the, second Tuesday,
(being the 13th day) of detolur, 1857, at which time the
Matters of the county aforesaid, will vote in their re
spective districts for
One Person for Governor of the Commonwealth of
One Person for Canal Commissioner of the Common-
Wealth of Pennsylvania.
Two Persons far the officek of Supreme Judges - of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. •
Ono Person to represent the Senatorial Districts, corn-
posed of rhe counties of Dauphin and Lebanon, in the
Senkto of Pennsylvania.
One Person to represent county, of Lebanon, in the
Muse of Representatives 'et Pennsylvania...
Om) Person for Treasurer of. Lebanon County..:
One Person for Register of Lebanon county.,
. One Person for Recorder and , Clerk 'of 'Sessions' of
,One Person for Clerk , of Orphans' Court of. Lebanon
One Person for Commissioner of Lebanon county.
One Person for Director of the Poor of. Lebanon
. One Person for Auditor of Lebanon county:
I also hereby make , known and give notice that the
place of holding the aforesaid general election in the
several districts within the county of 'Lebanon, are as
follows, vie ' .
The Electors of the East Ward of the Borough of Leh
anon are to meet in the Commissioners' room in the
Court llouse in said Borough: ,
The Electors, of the West Ward, of the Borough of Leb
anon, are to meet iu the Jury roceu,on the west side of
the Court in said Borough.
The electors of South Lebanon township are to meet et
the Grand Jury room in the Court House, in the Borough
The Electors of North Lebanon Borough are to meet at
the Public HoeSe of Benjamin Zeller, in said Borough.
The. Electors Of North Lebanon township are to meet at
the public house of 01-11: J3orgner, in the Borough of
The Electors of Jackson township are to meet at the
Public House of Jonas Spade, in said townsuip.
The Electors of North Annville township am to
meet at the Public House of -Henry Harmany, in said
The Electors of Ileidellerg township aro to meet at the
public house of Levi S. Oberly • in said township.
The Electors of Londonderry township are to meet
at the Public House of John Wolfersberger, in said
The Electors of East lianover township are to meet at
the Public Manse of Jacob W. Adams, In 'satid 4, town
Tho Electors of Swatara township are to'raset at the
Public House of Christina D. Zebriug, in said town-
The Electors of Bethellownship are to meet at the pub
lic house of Jacob Reichert, in said township. -
The Electors of thrlQn township two to meet, at the
public house of Daniel Bordner, imsaid township.
The Electors of blillereelc township are to meet at
the Public Douse of 'Joseph Matthew, in said town
The Electors of Sotitb ilnnvilie town's* aretomicat
at the Public' Dune Janice said town
ship. ' •
The Electors of Cornwall township are to meet at the
Public Rohm, of. S. & G. Eby, in said township.
The Electors of Cold Sluing township ere to meet at
the School House at or near Remelt Gap, in said town
The election to be opened between the hours of eight
and ten o'clock itt the forenoon, and shall continue with
out interruption or adjournment, and is not to. be closed
before seveMo'cleck in . the evening.
AIIIENDMENTS TO THE COSSTITIITION
I also hereby maim known that at the smile time and
place the following proposed Amendments - to the Consti
tution will be - voted upon, in accordance with an act of
Assembly, approved the 12th day of iiay, lsza; as fol
- Whereas, A joint resolution proposing certain Amend
ments to the Constitution of- this Cottratonwealth, has
been agreed to by a majority of the members elected to
each House of the Legislature, at tiro successive sessions
of the same, the first session commencing on the lira
Tuesday of January, in the year of our Lord one thou
sand eighthundred and fifty-six, and the second session
commencing on thefirstTuesday of January, in the year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty
And• Whereas: St is provided in the tenth article of the
Constitution, that any amendment so agreed' upon shall
be submitted. to the people in such a manner and at Such
time, at, least three months after being so agreed to by the
two 'louses, as tho Legislature shall prescribe; there
Sac. 1. Belt enacted by the Senate and House of Rep.
ivierniatir,s of the common tarttllls of /*mess/ramie in Cen
erul tnet,ttnif if is hereby enacted by the:authority
of the same, That for the purpose of ascertaining the
sense of the citizens or this Cemmonwealth in regard to
the adoption or 'ejection of said amendments. or either
of them, the Governor of this Commonwealth shall issue
a writ of election directed to the Sheriff of each and every
County of this Commonwealth, commanding them to
give notice in the usual ,tanner, in not leas thou two
newepaperslit each eonlity,provided that so many are pub
lished therein, un the second Tuesdny in October, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and tlfty
seven, for the purpose of deriding upon the adoption or
rejection of the mid amendments, or any of then, ; which
said elections ehall be held at the places, and opened and
closed et the time at and within which the general elec
tions of this Commonwealth are held, opened and closed;
and it shall be the duty of the judges, inspectors and
clerks of each of said townships, words and districts to
receive at the raid election, tickets either written or
printed, or pertly written or partly printed,from citizens
duly qualified to vote for members of the General Assem
bly, and to depoelt them in a box or boxes to be for that
purpose provided by the proper officers; which tickets
shall be respectively labeled on the outside. 'first
amendment,' ',second amendment,' 'third amendment,'
and 'fourth amendment,' and those who are favor
able to said amendments, or any of thent, may
express their desire by voting each as many seperate
written or printed, or partly written or printed ballots
or tickets, containing on the inside thereof the .words
'for the amendment, and those who are opposed to such
amendments, or any of them, may express their opposi
tion by voting each as many seperate written or printen
ballots or tickets contitiniug ott the inside thereof the
words, 'against the amendment.' •
Sac. 2. That do election on the seid proposed amend
ments shall in all reepeets ho conducted as the general
eleetioms of this Cotunionwealth are now conducted ;- and
it shall be the duty of the return judges of the respective
counties and districts thereof, first having carefully as
certained the number of votes given for or against each
of said amendments in the wiener aforesaid, to make
out duplicate returns thereof,ex peened in words at length
and not in figures .fitly, one of which returns so made
'shall be lodged in the Prothonotary's office of the Court
of Common Pleasrf the proper county. nod the ether
sealed and directed to the Secretary of the Common
wealth, and by one of said judges deposited forthwith in
the most Convenient post office.
Sze. 3. That it, shall further bode duty of the Secre
tary of the Commonwealth, on receiving the said returns
for and against the said amendments, to deliver the same
to . the Speaker of the Senate en or before the fret Monday
after the organization of the next Legislature after the said
returns shall so be received, who shell open and publish
the mine in the presence of the members of the Senate
and house of Representatives on the next Tuesday there
after; and when the number of votes given for and the*
number of votes given against the said amendments
shall have been summoned np and ascertained duplicate
certificates thereof shall be signed by the Speaker of the
Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives,
one of which shall be filed in the Mlles of the Secretary
of the Commonwealth. and the Other delivered to the
Governor, whose duty it shall be to declare b; proclama
tion whether the amendments, or any of thetmhave been
or not haVe been approved and ratified by the citizens
of this Commonwealth.
Sea. 4. That the Sheriff. and Commissioners of the
city and county of Philadelphia end the several coun
ties of this Commonwealth, shall do and perform alt the
duties and acts necessary by them to be done to giro cf.
feet to ond carry out the provisiens ar thistle.
J. LAWRENCE GETZ,
:talker cif the House of Representatives.
Speaker of the Senate.
APPROVED -1110 twelfth day of Way, Anno DOlXlitli ono
thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven.
Besotted by the Senate and HOWE of Representatives of
the Commonweal' la of Pennsylvania in Genera/ Assembly
mei: That the following amendments are proposed to the
constitution of the Commonwealth, in accordance with
the provisions of the tenth article thereof.
There ebnll be an additional article. to said constitu
tion to be designated na article eleven, as follows:
OF PUBLIC DEBTS.
SECTION 1. The State may contract debts, to supply
canal deficits or failures in revenues, or to meet expenses
net otherwise provided for; but the aggregate amount
of such debts direct mid contingent, whether contracted
by virtue of one or more acts of the general assembly,
or at different periods of time, shall never exceed seven
hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and. the money
arising from the creation of such debts, shell be applied
to the purpose for which it was obtained, or to repay the
debts so contracted, and to no other purpose whatever.
SECTION 2. In addition to the above limited power
the State may contract debts to repel invasion, suppress
Insurrectiou,defeod the State in war,
or to redeem the
present outstanding indebtedness of the State; but the
money arising from the contracting of such debts, shell
be applied to the purpose for which it wee raised, or to
repay such debts and to no other purpose whatever.
SECTION 3. Except the debts above speidied, in sec
tions one and two of this article, no debt whatever shall
be created by, or on behalf of the State.
SECTION 4. To provide for the payment of the present
debt,and any additional debt contracted as aforesaid, the
legislature shin, at Its first session, after.the adoption of
this amendment, create a sinking fund, which Shall' be
sufficient to pay the accruing interest on such debt, and
aantially .to reduce theprinciple . thereof bya sum not
leas than two haetlied and fity thousand &dial* which
sinkingfund shall Consist of the net annual Income of
the public works,from tineefo time owned by the State,
or the proccals of the Sale balm kanattor any part there
of, and of the intome or priiceeds, of - sale of stocks owned
by the State. together withotlier funds. or resources,that
may he designated by law... The said sinking fund may
he increased,from time to time, by assigning to it any
part of the taxes, or other revenues of lite State, 'not re.
gaited for the ordinary anti currentexpenses of govern
ment, and unless in cape otvirar, invasion or insurrection,
no partof the said sinking hind shall be heed 'or applied
otherwise than , in extinguishment of the public debt,
until tbe amount of such debt is reduced below the sum
of five millions of dollars.
SECTION 5. The credit of the commonwealth shall not.
in any manner or event, he Igedgea.Or loaned to, any In
dividual, company, corporationior association; nor shall
the Commonwealth hereafterbecome a joined owner. or
stockholder, iu any company, association, or corporation.
SECTION 6. The Commonwealth shall not immune the'
debt, or any part thereof, df, an, county, citY, - borough,
or township; Sr of any corporation or association; unless
such debt shall have been contacted to enable. the- State
to repel invasion, suppress dontestie insurrection; defend
itself in time of war, or to, assist. the State in ,the die
charge of any portion ofit 'Rasura Indebtedness; ',
SECTION 7. The leglslat e" than not authorize any,
county,Olty, borotigh,tidiv ifisvorincorporated.diatriet,
by virturoof a voto of its ens,'• or citherwisk, ,to 'be.
come a stockholder in any companyossociation or corpo
ration; or to obtain money for, or loan its credit to, any
corporation, association, institution, or party. '
There shall be au additional article to saidconstitution,
to be designated as article XII, as follows:
OF NEW 'CO UNITES.
No county shall be divided by a line cutting all over
one-tenth of its population, (either to form anew °aunty
or otherwise,)without the express assent of such county
by a vote °Utile electors thereof; nor shall any new
County be established, containing ress than four hundred
square miles. .
Prom section two of the first article of the constitu
tion, strike out the words, "of the city of Philadelphia,
and each of county respeoliedy ; ' from section live, same
article, strike, out the- words, 'of Philadelphia and of the
several counties ;" from section seven, same article, strike
out the words,"neither the city of Philadelphia nor any,"
and insert in lien thereof the Ward%" and no;" and strike
out "section four ; some article," and in lieu thereof insert
“Pccrietr 4. In the yearone thousand eight hundred
and sixty-four, and in every seventh year thereafter, • rep
resentatives to the numbered one hundred, shall be hp
portioned and distributed equally, throughout the Mete,
by districts, in proportion to the number of taxable in
habitants in the several parts, thereof; except that any
county coataining at leastthree thousand five hundred
taxablos, may be allowed a sepal:etc representation; but
ne more than three. counties shall be joined, and no
comity Shall be divided, in the formation of a district.—
Any city containing a sufficient number of taxables teen-,
title it to at least two representativea, shall have a sepa
rate'representation assigned it; and shall be divided into
convenient districts of contiguous tart itory, of equal taxa
ble population as near as may be, each of which district.:
Shall elect one representative."
t the and of section seven, same a..-ticle, insert these
words, , f the city of P hiladetphia 'shell be dioided into single
senattirial districtS, of contiguous territory as nuaidy equal
in taxable population asopossible : beano ward shall be di
vided in the formatlon thereof."
The legislature, at its first session. after. the. adopiion
of this amendment, shall divide the city of Philadelphia
into Senatorial and representatiie districts, in the in n
ner above provided ; such districts to remain unchanged
until the apportionment iu the year ono thousand eight
ItUndred and sixty:-four.
FOLI fiTli AMENDMENT
.There shall be an additional HeedOß is the first article
of said constitution, which shall be numbered and read
as follows :
_SECTION 26. Thelegislatura shall have the power to
niter, revolt°, or ennui, any charter of incorporation here
after conferred by, or under, any special, or general law,
whenever In their opinion it may be itthiriouslo the citi
zens of the commonwealth; in such manner, however,
that, no injustice shall be done to the corporators.
RESOLUTION PROPOSING AMEND7tLENTS TO TILE
CONSTITUTION OF TILE COIDIONWEALTIL.
Any person that may be constitutionally qualified to
Vote in any city or county - of this Connuottwealth, but
who may have removed from one ward to another wand,
within such city; or from any borough or township within
the county, within ten days next preceding any general
election held therein, shall be entitled to vote at such
general election, in the ward, borough or township, froin
which such personmay have so removed._
And in pursuance of_the Act of the general Assembly
aforesaid,l hereby theater give n'otice,"Tliat every person,
except Justices of the Peace, military officers or borough
officers. who shall'--hold anyollice or appointment ofprofit
under the government of the United - States, or of this
State, or of 'any city,"or incorporated district, whether a
romnilssioned officer or otherwise,- a subordinate officer
or agent, who is or shall be employed under the legisla
tive. executive or judiciary departments of this State, or
of the United States, or of any city. or incorporated dis
triet ; and also, that every nmpther of Congress, and of
the State Legislature, and of the Select and &omen
Cothicil of any city, or Commissioner of any incorporated
district, is by law intuitable of bolding or exercising at
the same time, the office or appointment of Judge, In
edector or Clark, of any .election of this Commonwealth,
and that no Inspector, Judge, or other officer of any such
election, shall be eligible to any office to be then voted
for." Aud by the same Act of Assembly, it is also made
the "duty of every Mayor, Sheriff, Deputy Sheriff, Alder
man, Justice of the Peace, and Constable and Deputy
Constable, of every city, county and township or district,
within this Commonwealth, whenever called upon by any
officer of an election, or by any three qualified electors,
to clear any window, or avenue to any window . , at the
place of the general election; which shall be obstructed
in such a way as to prevent voters front approaching- the
same—and it shall be the duty of the .respective C.nsta
hies of each ward, district or township. within this Com
mcalvenith, to be present in person or by deputy, at the
place of holding such electionsin said ward,-district ,or
township, for the purpose of preserving the peace as afore-
The Judges or ,aid °Kelton arc to take charge of the
certificates of returns, and on the third day after the day
of election, shall produce the same at a meeting of one
Judge from each district within tho same coutity,rtt the
The Judges are therefore respectfully requested to be . in
attendance at the Court lionfe, in Lebanon, on Friday,
the 101. k day of October, next, at 12 o'clock, .tnerecllan,
and make their returns.
UOD SATZ TUX ComnonoinfiTn.
DAVID M. SUDEY, Sherif.
Sheriff's ()Mee, Lebanon, Sept.lB; 1357.-11
TKINS has just returned ficun the city with
6EIIF his now stuck of Boots, Shoes, Trunks and
Fancy Furs for Lathes.
JOHN PAREIRA As Co., (New No .) 813 Market
street, above Eighth, Philadelphia, Importers.
31anufacturers and dealers to Ladles, Gentlemen and
Children's FANCY FUTtS. wbolesnlo and retail.
J. F. & Co., would call the attention of dealers and the
public generally to their immense Stock of. Fancy Furs
for Ladles, Gentlemen. and Childriat: their assortment
embraces every article and kind of Fancy Furs that will
be worn during the Feamm —such as Full Capes, Half
Capes, Quarter Capes, Talon's, Victorines, Bons. kings
and 2duffatees, from the finest Rueslan Sable to the low
est price Domestic Furs. —•
For Gentlemen the largest assortment of Fur Collars,
alines, Gauntlets, &c.; being the direct Importers of all
our Furs, and Manufacturers of them under our own so
pervielon, we feel satisfied we can offer bettor induce
ments to dealers and the publlcgenerally than any other
house, having an Immense assortment toselixd from and
at the Manufacturers' prices. e}a,..We only ask a call.
JOHN FAREIRA & CO.,
Sept.lo,l6T-4m. No. us Market SL, above Bth,
FAKMBILS, Li OK TO YOUR INTERESTS !
• A NEW ...FIRM I
In Norih Lebanon Borough.
100 1 000 B i u orogilu " s ' h il el E s A
100,000 Bushels CORN,
100,000 Bushels OATS,
Clover Seed, Flax Seed, Timothy Seed, for all
which the highest market prices in cash will be
paid by B.OFFMAN, IMMEL Co.
North Lebanon, July 20, 's7—tf.
GUANO! GUANO! I GUANO!! I
Leinau'e Super Phospllate of Lime
7,000 TONS: •
FARMERS, - 1 for your WHEAT CROPS, ueo
LEINAU'S Super. Phosphate of Lime, at 2/. ets,
a lb. or $4O a Ton ;or use . • .
Leinau's American Fertilizer 1 •
at $3,50 a bbl. or $25 a ton. One barrel of either
is sufficient for an Acre of Wheat. These aro
made of reliable Chemical Elements, and have
been in successful use for the past Six Years, im..
proving the soil and inereasiug the value,of .the
Four Diplomas from tho State Agricultural So
ciety of Pennsylvania; Now Jersey; Delaware;
and the Crystal Palaco Association of tho City of
Now York, have beon received for those Valua
ble Fertilizers. •
Pamphlets in the English and German Lan
guage can bo had by application at the Office.
AO- A liberal discount to wholesale dealers.
The above Fertilizers, delivered FREE of Cart
age to any wharf in the old City proper. .
Orders sent by Mail accompanied with Cash or
Drafts, will bo promptly shipped to any part of
the world.A. LEINAU, Proprietor,
N 0.19 South Scout street, Phila. City.
July 29/57-4xo. • .. •
MNTHINS .V.M0.i.D.5.111(• bays just received
) new? stook' of lloOfrai- Rio's, Trunks and
~ . - ,
Almost a Tragedy.
We are in possession of the face of a
case of crime` which We 'Lillie below,
save the names of the.p4rties held back
for reasons Of onr own.. The parties
are respectably connected, and hereto.
fore associated in'the, "first" families- of
the city. Tlie crime is that of seduction
and bigamy.. WC will simply give ;an
outline of the circumstances` WhiCh—at.
tended its con Aim matinn. Mr. A. had
occasion to 01ro Philadelphia on'bn,si
nria. Mr. A. is the husband a - very
pretty woman, and the , father. of one'
child, and their liom is the most Cozy
of little cottages, to be found in this
city. It was,said no couple lived more
happily together. They were, in short,
considered, a. model family—and had
been married about three years.
Mr. A. came home .in the afternoon
from his place of" business :atiktold his
wife he was obliged. to-gct brPhiladel
phia, and Would go by. the eV-ening train.
Tea was gotten ready earlier than usual.
Mr. A. had 'his carpet-bag fixed—and,
started:for the'klepot.".lnatead of going
there, however, he tvallccd . into the first
hoed he passed his road there; and
procuring boarding.atid ledging, alleg
ing that' his wife and child - had gone,in
to the country, and that his house was
shut up and would lie until her, and the
The wife and, child Were' in the front
parlor of ; the house 7 -the wife sewing
and the child playing-on the floor. The
clock had struck
,nine—and a rap was
heard at the door. Mrs. A. went to-as
certain the cause, and found Mr. B. her
neighbor, gay and handsome looking
fellow, standing on, the porch, who she
invited in -without ceremony.
Mr. A saw this. He waited opposite
the house for-several hours to -witness
Mr. B's egress. But lie waited in vain.
Day-Was just'dawning—and' - Mr. A's
patience haviiig run out, and to learn
the cause‘of Mr. B's protracted stay—he
.icrhis house, took out his
night-latch key, opened the doore, ran
up stairs, and found Mr. B. * *
A scuffle ensued 'Which might have ter
minated fatally but for the tirnelyinter
ference of neighbors. Mr. A. Was hold
ing a pistol at the head of Mr. B. who
was down on his knees ; begging to have
his life spared; Mrs. A. screamed—and,
to bring the, denouement to a conclusion,
amidst the general confusion, Mr. B. es
The home of this family is now bro
ken up—the house empty of its inmates.
Mr. A. left the city perhaps, never to
return again ; and the wife and child,
ou t cas t s of society.' Mr. 8., the real
criminal and author of this outrage, goes
ADVISE TO FARMERS.—The New York
Post gives some advice "to the tillers
of the soil," from which we take the fol
lowing sensible and timely remarks
"The revolt• in India,is,the harbinger
of famine : 180 millions of human crea
tures will need large supplies of food
from the product of other regions. The
army of India, the transport fleet for
that army 'and its supplies, the neces
sities -growing out of the disturbed
state of that great English dependency,
will call for much of our surplus beef
pork, and flour. The" two last-named
articles are the product of every year,
but beef requires yeara of nourishment
before - it is ready for use. The ; wicked,
wanton waste of breeding power, which
is the besetting sin of American farm
ers, ought‘to be checked. Every farm
er ought to be required to give an ac
count of himself who kills alermile calf.
We ought to preserve every 'cow-calf'
for five years to come. By this meth
od we might soon have a supply of beef,
not only for ourselves but for any emer
The Bravest Man at Waterloo.—A.
'bequest, similar to the "Jackson Gold
Snuff-Box," was once made in England
by a gentlerbat,' who' left a ,sword to be
given to the "bravest man at Waterloo."
It was referred to Duke of Wellington
to decide to whom the sword should he
given. The Duke would not say who
was the bravest where all were brave,
but said that the men who were the most
severely tried on that memorable clay
were those who defended the position
at the chateau Hougoumont, arid that
inquiry should be made regarding those
who fought at , that point, This was
done, and the award was finally made
to a British sergeant, who, at a critical
moment, when the French had unex
pectedly forced open the gate of chat
eau, and were about to enter, rushed
forward, and, by the exertion of great
personal strength and detern-tination,suc
ceeded, alone, in shutting the gate in
the face of the French troops, and hold,
ing it till his comrades came to his as
BARNUM. ARRESTEAL-AS the steamer.
Arabia was about to sail on Wednesday,
Mr. P. T. Barnum, who bad taken pas
sage for, Liverpool, was arrested on a
"Clock note," held as be saye, , by. a ,bro
ker, who shaved it at about half its face.
Mr. B. told the officer that if the broker
wanted his ",body," he was welcome to
it,for he had; not known what to do with it
these two years. Barnum says that most
of his persecutors are men who obtain,
the Clock notes at unlawful interest,
and he looks to the, Courts to liberate
him, from, their grasp.
In Ohio they have over 2,800 miles, of finished
railroud,th.o cost. of ivhiolkhas been about $90,000,-
000.,. ;They .employ, constantly about 80,000. men,
800, locomotives; s,ooo.eare, and consume; over
850,000' ouVds 'firelVomf unnuallY.,
The Re4ister; of ZasTik,,relateit'a sin
polar story of , pomp superstition in
con pection i n- Oliver
street, W hp re l yom ng,46.,V,Ay
ed, some few Weeksigince. ! 1 4 says th,a:t,
some .years.-si e nce t i,a , . German laborer,
working tkgaiden , near the fatal spot,
observed a white leaf growing from a
beet -root, which is said to be regarded,
as an evil binen inTaterlaint, On ,eo
ing home be rerritiriked-hpon the cireniril
stance to 'his wife;twh'oforthwith.escorrt
ed her lord ` into Ole Ibtliy"Which
the hOuse was sarrounded, 4 rafiil-there
ont'afib.Whieltshe also ,
covered that VlieY'bOth went
back into the house and ate their noon-,
day meal in melancholy silence. After
dinner, the man returned to his work, as
was supposed, but early injhe afteraeoe,
assume persons were passing the pits, they
saw clothing lying on the edge of the
water, but saw no owner. The water
was dragged and the lifeless body of the
German - found. The supposition is,
that the man went in to bathe ;being ur“
,swim, stepped into one of the
deep leiand thus drowned. But the
most singular part of 'the "story remains
Co be told. This German had a sister
residing in Brooklyn, N. Y., who on
the afternoon in question, had at her
house sunk into a dreamy sleep, in
which she saw her brother struggling
in the water that engulfed him; heard
his shrieks for help, in which she wild
ly joined, and which awoke her, caus
ing her to burn with' excitement and
terror. She told' her dream to her hus
band, and her determination to go to
Newark and see if her brother was safe.
Her husband 'expostulated, but she was
firm, and up she c'ame just in time to
see the corpse of her brother borne in
to the - home he had left but a few hours
previously in health, but with a pre
sentiment of impending evil.,
'FAGOTS FOR HERETICS.- rhe Ludgate
Church, in London, hese fund, bequeath :
ed to it in the dark days of perseculion.
Its specific purpose was to purchase fag
ots, not to warm the cold, or prepare
food for the hungry poor, but to, burn
heretics. Some centuries are now past,
and the supply .so far e2f.oeeded , the de.
mand, that there is no More rooni for a
storing away the abundant fagots: . The
trustees of the fund, it is said, now give
away the proceeds, to= keep alive the
poor, and cOmfort the same class that a
different age had consigned to the stake.
In Petersburg,- Va., the.other day; two
free negroes were ordered to. tie whip.
ped for attempting to fight a duel. It
seems that they were both enamored of
a rich old widow, who promised to mar.
ry both, provided one kept', the secret
from the other, by keeping it to himself,
and also, provided the one steals more
flour, for her benefit, than the other.—
The trick being discovered- by one of the
party, , a duel was the inevitable conse
quence. But they were arrested before
either had fired their weapons.
'Strange Infatuation.—There is an in
dividnal residing in the neighborhood
of Maple Root, by the name of Smith,
who imagines that he is two hundred years
old, although he does not yet number
two score years. Yet every effort to
disabuse his mind of this singular fancy,
has thus far proved unawailing. Smith
has maintained his present notion for
three years, and talks of events, (which
he says he witnessed ' ) which oceured
long before he was born. Upon every
other' subject he is perfectly rational
and in his business relations he is un
commonly smart. He says he will taste
death, but is destined to live on until
the end of time.—Heightatount Excel.
Enterprising are the young. ladies of
Kansas, The St. Louis Democrat says
some of them wish to preempt lands, and
the laws restricting the right of preempt
ion to heads families, •widows, or
single men over the age of twenty-one,
the girls borrow babies, and so preempt
as heads of families I Why should not
the girls over twenty.one have the right
to preempt as well as the boys---with.
out-borrowing ba.biesl' Thelaw is un
just, and it would be a fair JeliiliatiOn
to undertake the furnishing fainity of
babies, if necessary, for every spinster
in Kansas. Who would 'not contribute
to this laudable object
TENACITY Or . is recorded
that'on the second day - of April last, a la.
dy in Sharon, Mercer County, Pa., vacat
ed a home, which has remained unten
anted until last week. On opening one
of the rooms, which was entirely close,
a cat was found wretchedly emaciated
but still living, having undergone a four
month's fast. The cat bids fair to re
cover, and, as the story goes, "has a
wonderful hankering after victuals."
The School Committee of Boston have
recently forbid the assignment of les
sons of study, out of school, in- the gram
mar school for girls. This action was
taken at the instance of the city phy
sician, who' after'' giving his atten
tion to the subject, had become con
vi need of alarmindcodiequencoa result.
ing from such studies—cases - of broken
constitutions, feebleness, insanity and
Mr. D. S. Morrison, of. Hot Spring
county, Arkansas, had a very extensive
field of corn, and going into it, some
days ago, he got bewildered' and .lost,
and wandered through the'field for three
dais, subsisting on green • corn. He
was found by .his negroes on tits : fourtb
day. 'We have.heard• of hig,coraftelda,
but , have our. own, .thouglits shoat the
truth of the above- Wog;
4:011 1 14:411' 41-1.411
; : •
- •- .-
11., completed 'her 100th year on Sun.
day weelli . ..She.la:al,sister iott the late
for loogevityp l id - lerntother. lived to the
agent:l9l.- ,Aierßfeittrdia atilt bright,
notwithstandivaher 100 years of an'
A PAIIIKEIt, in Oxford, . who. fn4
Work In Vs 'field a few days age, topk.oir
his vest and hung it over, fence. In
one pooket-was a roll of amount
ing to $205., and, in the other $5O. A
three month's old calf walked up to,the
feneeland ate off one corner - of the. vest
poeket;lsioney and all-4200 . . •
The Bedford Gazette says that John.
W. Bowen, of that county, wishes it to
be put upon record that he is tired of
the tom-foolery which,, for some years,
has governed the conduct of the oppo=
aition to the Deniocracy, and that he
intends, at the approaching election, to
vote for Gen. PACKER and the Dem.
ocratic State and County Ticket, an ex
ample' whicla will be followed by hun.
dreds of other honest Whigs in Bedford
county who have been similarly surfeit•
ed with the abominations of Know
Nothingism and Abolitionism. Mr.
Bowen is a man of the first respectabil•
,and tanks among our most Intel•
ligent citizens. We congratulate hint
upon the noble determination at which
he has arrived, and cordially welcome
him to a party which is founded upon
the Constitution and Declaration of In•
dependence. 'Let all other conscience
lions men do likewise, and they will
never regret the step.
DISTANCES FROM WA,surnoToN.—The
following is a list of the capitals of the
States, with their distance from Wash
ington, D. C., by the Post Office records,
according to the course of the mail:
Augusta, Mo., 635
Concord,. N. It, 542
Montpelier, Vt., 557
Boston, Mass., 468
Providence, R. 1., 407
Hartford, Conn., 344
Albany. N.Y., 376
Trenton, N. J., 173
Harrisburg, Pa., 127
Dover, Del., 160
Annapolis, Md., 43
Richmond, Va., 171
Raleigh, N. C., 356
Womble., S. C., 617
Milledgeville, Ga.,. 37
Tallahassee, Fla., 1,535
Montgomery, Ala., 1,553
Jackson, Miss., 1,334
Baton Rouge, La.,. 1,56 E
Lebanon Mutual Insurance
4.ITCOUPORATED ZY MB LEGISLATURN or PA..
office at Jonestown, Lebanon County.
GUARANTEE CAPITAL $55,000.
THIS Company is now fully organised and
ready to snake Insurance on all kinds of
property in town or country and on as favorable
terms as any well-governed and safe company,
either on the Mutual or joint stock principle.
President-4'min BRUNNER, Esq.
Vice President—D. M. KLICMANT.
Treasurer-0 no. E. MEILY.
Secretary—Wsr. A. BARRY.
John. Brunner, Esq., - Daniel Brown,
D. M. Karmany, Napoleon Desii,
Coo. F. Melly. - John Arndt,
W. A. Barry, John Melly,
S. U. Shirk, L. R. Walker,
Daniel H. Biever, D. M. Rank.
_ggr• A. S. ELY . is the Agent for Lebanon,
Ile may at all times be found at his office in
Walnut Street. . . .
Jonestown, July 16, 18574-1 y
Lebanon Valley Bank.
Located in Market street, nearly oppo
site the United Hall, ons Door North
iiye the Post Qffice.
ILL pay the following RATES of INTER=
EST on DEPOSITS, on, Una after, the Ist
day of March, 1857, viz
For 1 year, and longer, 8 per cent, per antrum/
For V months, and longer, 5 per cent. per annuM.
For 3 months, and longer, 4<por cent. per annum.
Requiring a short notice of,withclrawal, and af
fords a liberal line of accommodations to those who
May fay or itwith dorms its,pnyable on demand. Wilt
pay a premium on SPANISII and MEXICAN DOL,
LARS, and also OR OLD AMERICAN DOLLARS AND
HALF DOLLARS. Will make collections on and
remit to all parts of the United States, the Cana
das and Europe ; Negotiate Loans, 16c., cte,,- and
do a general E XCHANGE and BANKING BUSI
NESS. G. DAWSON COLEMAN, President.
GEO. OLEIR, Cashier,
MAHE, undersigned, Managers, are individually
- Lay *able to the,extent of their Estatos for all
deposits and other obligations of tho co-partnor
ship flied in the Prothonotary's Office of Lebanon
.County, trading, under tho name and style of the
"Lana - sox VALLEY BANE."
indemnity Against Loss by Fire.
Franklin Fire Insurance Co.
OFJWE 163 CHESTNITT.STSEET, NEkit
STATEMENT OF ASSETS; $135272186.
JANUARY in, 1857.
Published Agreeably to an Aci of diotointoty,
First Mortgages. amply secured, . ' 44618,932 Tr
Beal Estate (present 'value, $109,000) cost, 82,784 341
Temporary Loans, on ample Collateral DIM.
SteeksApresent value, $B3BBl 12, colt. T 4232 OF
PERPETUAL OR-,LIMITED INPvirAN OE B ' , lad* or
'very description of property,
TOWN AND lOUNTRY.
Rates as LOW as are opfisistent With security.
Since their incorperoVan a period of twenty-eight
years, they have paid err" THREE mmuonr DOLLARS
.LOSSES.DY FlREcthireby affording evidende of the ad
vantages of Inettiarod. as wallas the ability and Melo ,
sitiontOinteet, wit ' , promptness;
LOSSES BY FIRE.
Losses paid Au g the year 18514
CHM. N. Antis, - biannual' D. Line".
TOIWAB souse, DAT/D Br.owx,
S. ORA:NT, ISAAcf lAL; .".
3A E. SYsTu,, EDWARD-04W
. W. RICIIAILDB, GHORDR Farm
Cluktaai N. Dannar
. • Qum= G. Law
IF TOI7 wainv itionm i n d o ,
lioiemocid or Mith„.*2: '
GI O TO
Austin, Taus, 2,106
Little nook, Ark, 1,781
Frankfort, Ky., 791
Nashville, Tonn., 1,11/
Inllianugolis. la, 720
Springfield, ill., 1,040
Jefferson City, 1tt0.,1,a4Q
Lansing, Mica,. • 736
Madison, Wis., 993
Des Moines, lowa, 1,242
St. Paul, T., 4,378
Omaha City, N. T., 1,391
Lecompton, K. T., /4495
Santa N. M., 2,814
Salem, 0. T., 6,687
Olympia, -W. T., 8,043
Rillmore,,U. T., 2,679
G. DAWSOR COLNYiaI,
LEVI ICLINE j
AP MMUS BOYD,