Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
9 Apr 1862

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9 Apr 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 9, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaJufer 1 tinting let it up uaos8bi�craaiwaabsa�?z j�ol�n<�jf2mtlccnted, at amp to Aston w3th>a this u now supplied with an extensive her treat of Job Type which Lubo increased As the patronage Aetna ads. It can now torn out Phi Zitin of every in a boat and expeditions amp in cry a Ndola a try Serif cd. A st to is lamp leu of Heok business cards handbills circulars babes. Bui headings Blank proof Al amp hates Bills of bars invitations tickets do amp a. Jug Desba of All kinds common and judgment Bonds school Justice constables1 and other Blanks printed of directly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for Sale at this office at Price b to suit the tiros a a a subscription Price if the Lebanon abbr to amp by one Dollar and a half a year. A a address we. M. Brisun la boo fun a. A steam Mill a it and a a cottage dwelling House roil rent Tel Ltd 8�odscridkrs, offer for rent i a steam sons Mill and saw Mill located near on the Union Zapol and Quot about i Milf from hftf1 ralli�?Toad.�?���s����?. This Mill he two Pale flour and 1 pair for a chop. Also cottage dwelling House la yes st pin on the Road leading from Myers to in to the Mill. -. A Dot pc of Sion Vtipil be Given immediately or on get of april next. 7 town a. Donges. Thomas ba8susr, a8aignet�?Ts of Lay a a a crier. Moor shown be Brimur 19.1803. Private Sale. Rimie subscriber Oft orb at private Leall that certain x form or tract of Laud situs is partly in plus Gross township Schuylkill county and partly in Bethel township Lebanon county bounded by lands of Erie Ert and Guilford Boz amen mayor log Daniel atm a Dou Bertand others cont Ftp Niue of a Hundred and rih Lorty fight crr and a a barter with Tia Apper he ajl the nausea consisting of a two Story log dwelling House Smth tar boarded a 1w Story log dwell Itig House a new pahk barn other outbuildings and a new water Powers a Mill. For torts a we Corwill be aay aply to plan Grove april 20 j 18sfl.-tf.out Bou at private Safe willbe sold at a Date Sale ,. 8 Cabbs of land situated in Long Lano near Tho Borough Hue in Forn Wall township. It Adjoint the land of widow Fulmer a on Liq North by a. Atkins and Johp Krau Buon the Bast. 1 the bowls a one Story log House weather boarded erected on the land and a Good Well Muche to Fec us a has she stones for Usu Orlob. This tract will a make Tjio Bonus family. A h. It la free from Cru mud Kent. Good title will be Given. Adam into Fin. tract a now covered with Fino Gross half of we lab will be Given to Tho purchaser. Lebanon Bunols 180& for remit sous room no. 2, a Jagla us using a now occupied Byky a llto., As a club Hong store. For Feritta apply to it 1 mrs. Sarah Unea Weaver or mrs. Elizabeth c. I Veidmark. Lebanon Jan. Psf Sal James h. Kelley a fun of the Mammoth watch. I a Agu buildings Ouin Berlind sired ,. Lebanon a. 4r\ fi�rr3 Tola fun life Aii elegant Aud extensive Assort a ment. A. A Paris stylus of Fink jewelry a misting of Diamond Buby Emerald Pearl Stone is meow enamel us Wover and etruscan Coral breast Fine Eft bogus and Finger rings. Eat a Jug a Ibbs Sass in Guht Fruch Swiss Annamerl can old and Silver watches of the must approve Droud celebrated makers. Clod a of every description. A a Large variety of fancy goods paintings Zabea a. The wok Wylli be found among the largest in this Sec Tiou of peqn8ylvanlar and has. Been selected with great care from Tho most celebrated importing and Man ufos. Turbos establishment to Neff a York and Philadelphia. Its Anima done at Tho shortest notice and in a most a . My Fresn dts and the Public Genc Muy Are invited to a my Flop re Stock. James n. Kedly sign of Tho big watch Lebanon july pm 186f . . Uni Lackful for past favors the undersigned respect a fully in forms the Public that to continues to carry a on Bis manufactory in East Hanover township. Lebanon a county on As extensive a scale As Ever. It is Unn Ocessa. By for him to say More than that the work will be Dono in the same excellent. Style which has made his Woik and name to Woll known in the surrounding coun a try. He promises to do the work in the shortest possible time. His manufactory is in Complete order and to Lattora himself to be Able to tender Tho Samosa is amp action As heretofore. He manuf Turos Jeroad and narrow clot hot ois Sivetts. Bla Lett while and Ovier la Lanner at to the Best manner. Lie also cards Wool and Makoe bolls. For the convenience of his customers Wool and cloth will be taken it in at the following places a at the stores of go Orgo amp it a Yie. Louser amp Brothers. George Rej Nobl. And at Tho new Brug store of Joseph l. Lemberger near the Market House in tic Borough of Lebanon at the store of shirk a Long in North Lebanon at s. Gosh Orfa Leothol township at the Publio House of William . at the store of s. E. Bickel. In Joac Stowe the store of bar. Welt or. Bellevue it the store of a actin Marly Pithy rho it the store of or. Bast Ilano Fer Lebu Uon county. Allma erf ols will to taken away regularly from Tho above place finished without delay and returned again. Three of his customer who Wlsh stocking Wool Cord Odds Daud mixed can leave the same White at the of above mental quod places with directions How they wish t prepared a Hub customers can order the stocking tool the big prepared from the Wool of the undersigned which will to done and left at the desired places. A. N. It is desired that those having Wool carded will May Tho Cash therefor at the above named places it a a Lyon Lem Leitgeb. East Hanover. Lebanon county. July 17.1801. Prof. Woods Hestoft Tiivi a primal and. Blood Rejno Yator i 5 a it to proc Felly what its name indicate for. While pleasant to the taste. It is re vilifying Pill la rating and a Trentt the Ning Tate Titus Powers. It also Revivi fies Roi netties end Renews tie blood in All its original purity and thus re Torch and renders the system Invulnerable the it Teolis of it setae. It is the Only preparation Ever offered to the world in a popular Fornor is As to to within the Roach of All. So chemically and. Skilfully combined As to he Tho most pour Erful Fonio. And yet Soper Toetly adapted to us to act in Var fact accordance with the Lams of nature and hence Sot the the weakest stomach and tons up the do gesture organa and allay Alt Nerv Rons and other irritation. Itie also perfectly Exzill Truting in its Efte ctn. And yet it in never followed by lassitude or depression of it is Coin posed entirely of Reget Ahles and those thoroughly combining powerful tonic and Ooth log pro Partida and a Onley a gently can never injure. Bulb a Felt to be a Donalde rate a in Tho medical world both by the thoroughly sole tee and also by Alt who have suffered from debility i for it Neo Dsa Tio medical skill or knowledge even to see that debt us follows All attacks of die Wae and Laya the pegu Aroet. System open to the attack of Lotut f of Tho most dangerous to which poor Huis Nuy is constantly such for exam Hole As Tho following i Oon sump ton bronchitis indigestion. Vej Pepla. Loss of appetite faintness. Nervous trint intr. Neuralgia palpitation at tha heart b Len Coly hypochondria. High he eat. A Buguor Ltd diners and All that class of eases so Foar fully fatal if unattended a to ii time Callea in male weakness. And Irreas Virun a. Also. Lit or reran cements or torpid Ltd. And liver Cem ? sluts Lils eases of the kidneys. Beaming or of the urine or Auy general to rougement of the urinary organs. Pate m the Back Side and Het Weon urn thou Tiera. Precis pet Tola to slight Cofas fac Fiig add 9o�� a a tied Pough emaciation diff Salty of breathing and indeed we might enumerate Many More still but we a to Soneff oily to say it win nut Only cure ther Debl Obilue and Peveri hut prevent at attack arising Frem i Soma tic influences and cure Tho in eases at once if aired attacked and a it act m restly and spoil the Blurry sys Tom. Arousing the liver to action promoting. In fact ail the secretions of the system it will intall Blyn a or Well ftny.dellteri-0u� consequences following upon change of on mate and water Henna All tray Oters Shoutd Llu Vaa Hottie with them and All a table spoonful it least before eating. 1 prevents Coet lioness strengthen a thai go it a a Orger it should to in the hands of Adf Persona of sedentary habits at Douts misters literary men. And an ladle not acc stored to much out door exercise should always Ltd a it a if they will they will Bud an agreeable. Pieta ant anal efficient remedy sea s those ills Wilch Roh them of their Beauty for Beauty Eaunos Roulst wet Bott health and health cannot exist while the above irregularities continue Iben again the cordial is a perfect mothers belief. Taken d month or two before the final trial she will pass the dreadful period with ner pct ease and safety. There is no. Mistake about it a air Cor dial is Alt ice . Mothers try ill and to you we Appeal to detect to e 111-Asador decline not Only or your daughters be fete if by too late hut also your sons and husbands for while the former from Falso delicacy than let their condition by known in time tha latter Are often to tatted up with the exo Ltainen of Buel new to Haft to wow fat a a a a a a imy too would travel id the same downward pet until too late tour rest Tob Maui Feu but the Mother is always of Fiani and to Yon so a on Teuy Appeal for we Are sir your never Feu Teg of. Motion will Snerr Lensdy of Teton to per Feser Voodre Western Tyve sor3w to As tha read who Hopla he Kalyja band a time of need. 0. 8, Wood,.proprte tor 444 Bron Drav. , adv Ali Merket Street so Louis me. End sold by All Good brag Glyte also h or. To amp of mid a sense Lebanon. A. Pm a be Fhle so Lac per bottle. Only 34,18�lw.lyt. Eow 8 i i b n p amp i p 0 6 Al i s��2 vol. 18�?no. 42. Lebanon pa., wednesday april 9, m2. Is mab i sit it Hyarm of amp for of gulag Fer the Days that Havo Cote tend a Bike Aal Rook in the Twilight trying to ref Tell a Hope forever flown a it. A Delft chime relive it jag diag rhymes a or rings an a a oho through the Hal of Timo and that sol Echo from he Fry Bigby a a. Bledsa Zafy Todi starts a sigh. A a a re it toll-4tou�?the passing Knoll. Toils a loved friends last of Tewold. Ras j Arm chair think Long. Of those Days who have gone before. Of the that Are sinking. For thobe we shall see to Moro. The Ifon Imogne id the Belfry Tower a. Tolls the amp Waelhof Aneth Deboor a .1and the Spleth Chimo. Like a gloomy rhyme. A ,. Al Forks in Tho March of time. For these who Are yet Betow for those Aho Are. Yet to go. A t611---toll�?the passing Knel tolls an old friends aet Farewell. As i sit id my old chair dream 1 age a Wjt those i yet May see. A a a Shadow creeps in and . Seeming to to that of Heer Vhoid said Lite wits Deail who bail t.hoie.,.when cohr amp be had fled it a Lett do Belfoy Clyl mtg ? a a will Rah Timber of time. The Btu inner beneath Heim mid. A. The lumber forever cold. A ohm toll Taco. a tolls my lalufriefla.�?T8a Pra Rowell. . Retreat of Ney. Ona of tie Moat Momo Rible Deunda of fortitude and heroism recorded in the annals of War tras performed by marshal key in tire Retreat from Moscow. Zyvith a division of Firo thousand men he was Cut off from the remainder of the French army., i Kutusoff the russian general with 80,000 men including numerous Cav airy and with 200 pieces of artillery had effectually blocked up his passage. A key with his Little baud of half famished soldiers wavering in their languid March with guns defective and dirty and of a the but six pieces of Cannon rushed upon the hostile batteries and Maidt flied the unequal conflict in the Vail a Endeavor to Cut Quot his Way though the a masses of the foe until flight Durke Betelho sold. Then at Midnight with to of ion right even of surrender he o re Refl his troops to to Irful upon their tract and March Back again into Tho wilds of Russia. With amazement the troops heard this command which without hesitation they obeyed. A it was a cold gloomy Winters night. The Frozen ground was covered Voith Snow and Tho blast pierced the worn out clothing of the soldiers. I1 or two or Throe hours they traversed 111 darkness the Savage waste till they came to a Small r Vei breaking Tho ice to see in what direct Ron Tho current ran Nej said a this Stream must flow into the Dnieper. It shall be our guide. Athe feeble band cold weary and hungry struggle along until they reached the Dnieper. Its Broad and rapid current was clogged with floating masses of ice and in one spot Only to which a Lane peasant conducted them was the ice Suff leniently Fivian for them to attempt a and even Here it was necessary to pass with the utmost caution. Key wrapped in his cloak slept for an hour non the Snow while his troops passed Over in single file. The ice Bent and Ora kled under their feet. They then attempted to pass the wagons Over Laened with Tho sick and wounded. The frail surface broke and several of the wagons Sank beneath the ice. A few faint cries Only were Hoard As the sufferers disappeared in their cold and icy sepulchre. By crossing the Dnieper Kay Hope Din a Long Detour again to reach Tom army. Tho Jelus Siana followed this a feeble band in its Retreat keeping beyond Musket shot but faring incessantly upon their victims , from every available Eminence. = a Napoleon was at Ore a waiting in the most int dose anxiety to hear tidings from Ney four a s bad passed web Pic a even a Rumor of his Fate. Tho whole army was looking Back across to end pm Piper hoping to catch a glimpse of 1b advancing columns or to hear the. Report of his at the of que of a Day of solicitude and watching another wintry night enveloped in its gloom these retreating woes Fricken armies. Napoleon was partaking of a frugal supper with gen Lefebv re when a shout of Joy was Beard m the Street and the words a marshal key is Safe a fell unon uis ear ail mat moment a Bolish officer entered with the tidings that Tho marshal was a few leagues Distant on the Banks of the River harassed by pursuing cossacks and in wan cof immediate assistance. Napoleon sprang from his chair seized Tho informant by both arms and gazing into Bis Eye be a claim d a is that really True ? Are you sore of it i have two Hundred Mil Lions of Gold in . .1 would have Given them All to save marshal a instantly Eugene was i amp put bed with five thousand men for the Rescue of the marshal. Eagerly the for their Midnight a Rohi. For six Miles they toiled Alon g through the Snow and of Vor an path often stopping to listen ii they could hear any sound of their lost friends. The River which was their Only guide flowed drear and Chili at their bide encumbered with vast masses of floating ice. Gloomy forests of evergreens frowned along their path and no sound but the tramp of Eugene a Bat Tallion disturbed the silence of the night.,. A at length Eugene ordered if. A fillery to Bodisch a go do As a a shout to Call attention of his friends. Listen ing anxiously they heard far off in distance in apparent response a fee file report of musketry. The marshal had not a single piece of artillery left., both parties however Zuhaer stood the language Guus and they a stoned to meet they wore Soohui cited. Officers and soldiers alike threw themselves. Into each of Here a arms and. Many of these Var we Orn veterans wept for Joy. A. A the reunited Banuls forgetful of past peril s and the still greater ones they we a act to encounter return. De. . As. Marshal key with Sooj Lief a . Naos recital. , 1 ties he had surmounted and Trio hardships he had in div eel Napoleon. Grasp at a ii hand and immortal ged him with the title of. The a bravest of the,brave.�?� again Napoleon said in reference to this same achievement in Vav ords which will lev Evdie a a a Keife a is an army of Deer commanded by a lion than an Are Nylof Lions com handed by a dec a. During this Retreat an unnatural Mother who of followers weary of in rising her crying child threw it our into the Snow to perish. A a key chanced to witness the. Inhuman,.deed, and lifting up the j it tenderly and to its Mother in the Sledge Mother to take charge of it. But soon again the to mail whose rendered callous by misery threw the child into the Snow. The marshal again rescued the Little one and took it. Under his special Protection carrying it for some time in disown arms. The indignant soldiers hurled the a Mother from the Sledge and left her to be picked up by the a cossacks or to perish on the Frozen ground. F the Little orphan was watched Over with thie neatest care by the soldiers As they covered it up with Furrs and blankets in Orie oath sledges. A the Ehid was carried in the arms of a Soldier through All the horrors of the passage of tie a Cresina and surviving the hardships of the most Dis Esterous Retreat recorded in the history of War at length reached Paris in safety. A it Fie. Passage of the Teresina which soon ensued key again displayed his heroism through scenes of horror which have rarely been paralleled and never surpassed upon the Globe. Tho Genius of the French engineers speedily threw two Bridges across the Strebi. The French army consisted of but 27,000 fighting men and a disorganized mass of 40,000 stragglers. While the pair ensued mass were struggling Over Tnie of Bridges the russians from the adjacent Heights were hurling upon them a storm of shot and Shell sixty thousand russians manned those batteries. Key taking with him but eight thousand troops plunged into the densest masses of the foe dive them before Lum and .took6,000-prisoners. ,. Through Tho Long hours of a Winter s night this horrid scene of tumult and carnage continued. Thousands Weie crowded fio in the Budges into the icy Stream and Sank with shrieks which Rose above the Thun Deis of the Battle a fearful tempest arose of wind and smothering Snow. Fed Black mass of men and. Wagons enabled the russians to Knect their guns with Moie unto rung aim a Ihei Howlings of the storm the gloom of might the Flash and Roar of artillery the explosion of shells and whistling of balls and bullets the cries of Onset and 4he shrieks of the dying presented a spectacle which has Given Tho passage of the Briesma perhaps the most prominent position among All the hair fora a Larch it have Kesni Eden this Loelf Frold. The numbers most have nevei6 been fully ascertained a Thott Sands we a re swept to an un-4cnown burial. But in the Spring As the ice a melted twelve thousand corpses were dragged from the River. The wind of Gan Kok balls a a he to Mats irate Beau a. That when the Braila were out the Roan would die a a and there an end but now. They Nae a it run l w mortal aia Idore on their crows so. And Puglia us from our stools 7. 1 so Feith the superstitions of sailors and soldiers. They have More lives than Quot cats. _ a. Tace brains have been knocked out of thid one Many times but Here it comes again. Colonel Russo,11 Falls dead in the cannonade wound is found upon ,.body Orgo say Tho Soldie Quot is Jie was killed by the wind of the balls. Mon sequitur says the a a a a a a. A Tho wind of a Cannon Ball never hurts body for Manya Caso is the a first of which �8, tha there is no Duch thing. A a a it the air displaced by the Hall closes instantly behind it but has 110 lateral effect. a a a a this is proved in various ways but is placed beyond Cavil or question by the co Trimon occurrences in every Sevy re can Donadei for instance Tho dispatch received from fort Donel son says a a a shot struck the Pilot Hotiu a of the st. Louis passing throw it Between the Piloff legs without injuring Why did not the wind of that Ball at least bark his shins ? the is that a military surgery abounds in a cases which prove that can non balls pads in grazing Contact with All parts of a Many a body and never do the slightest harm except to the parts actually struck. They have mashed clean through hats and helmets razing Tho hair the have Cut off ears close to the Skull arms close to the Side one thigh close to the other and yet the adjacent parts Are left As sound As Ever. Aft to Stan a a a a Quot a give Efi of a Quot heavy shot striking rank of March in g a Eft in the of a no taking off the right leg of the first of the a third fed of the fifth Man of course passing Between the legs of the others and yet the left legs of the wounded non , uninjured and the other. Man knew nothing about it. According to Quot the wind theory their legs should have been badly injured. A but How account for Tho death of men in action whose skins Are in broken., save by the wind theory a s easily Agypt Husth vital internal Flat As it were in a yielding medium. Press your Hancu into the pit of a i so a stomach. Slowly and you May displace the Organ without any pain or injury but Plant a a visit blow there with your fist and you double a the Man up a with pain perhaps kill him outright but there will not a be the slightest outward Mark. Henop in boxing a blew be Low the foul. A press ? Many a left Side and the elasticity of the ribs aided by the,elastic, each end allows great depression to he made consequently the Quot heart and lunge to be pushed aside and yet everything conies Back to its place without pain or injury but a a will blow Over the same part with a club or a fall from a1 House upon a hard substance May fracture the ribs drive the Sharp broken Points through the membranes or even paralyse the heart and kill the Man outright without leaving a blemish on the skin. Standing once in the How of a vessel As she Boro Down upon a hostile Battery my Eye caught the first Flash of a Cannon and quicker than ofte could Wink twice the Hall came crashing through the bulwarks and1 smote Viown a comic Ade before my ear caught , which he alas was too far gone to hear. A twelve Pound shot struck him full upon the Pelvis hut spent in splintering the Wood its Force was further broken by his body and it fell on the deck with him. No blood was drawn but the internal parts were so smashed that die was hardly got Down to the cockpit alive _. Soldiers and sailors have other superstition about spent balls. Tire old Soldier Leves to retail them to the recruit upon whom to looks Down As sophomores do upon , or As our regular officers do upon the volunteers and with As Little the old Soldier i say will Tell you of the Greenh Orn who seeing a spent Hall just moving on the ground tried to Stop it with his foot but had it Cut clean off i Stanter the fact is a Cannon Ball partly spent,1 no diets and Rolls with just the same Force As though it had been rolled by a Man s hand and to Tho Force depends upon its weight Aud velocity of course. Mortal wounds however without any bloodshed or breach of the skin Are not generally made by spent balls but by those having great velocity and according to my theory they should be More frequent by smooth bore than by rifled Cannon. The balls rotate swiftly on the Axis As they Fly and in directions according to the Force acting upon them As they leave the gun Kow Lake a 82-Pound shot and hold it before a Man s thigh on the outside of before his ribs in such Wise that of you push it Forward and he stands firm the Ball will pass by reason of his flesh yielding one Inch that is by being pressed inwards one Inch. The Ball will thus Liao moved through a apace before occupied by flesh or Bone because it passed Biow by 01 Tho puts Jiel Dod and no harm is done. But if to lift but tote Fri fun is standing firmly and that same 32-Pound shot Rushing Swift As Light using strikes him in the same direction it May the skin without breaking it but May nevertheless dash it inward with Setch Sadden Shock As to paralyse All vital action and even crush the Bone. Jove s not strike a Man dead More suddenly or leave less scars. A. Sometimes it is found the internal parts Are ruptured marked and pummelled Tota Jelly though there were Marks generally however the discoloration shows itself plainly on the surface in a Short time after death. War terrors enough and a moving Cannon Ball is a fearful missile. But we should get rid of All superstitions about it. Sick list a re powerless each and every one look so out for himself self preservation being nature a so first Law and the sick poor Fellows Are consequently for it ther selves struggling for life in Tho was Cess a a till Onward flies the Noble ship pitching and straining every Timber a in her maddened race. Every heart is quiling every soul Hor terrific scene of Board the United states ship of the like Vermont. A a s. Ship Var Hext about 500 Miles from Lamil 1. March. 15, 3863�?5 p. H. / at Midnight the howling of the tempest it is fearful. The ship is rolling frightfully and fears Are entertained that we shall Drift on to Cape cod As is not Over a mile Distant Tho Breakers by drug distinctly audible from and Tho Snow discernible on the land every exertion is made to save and Quot fair this purpose the port Quot Anchor is let go which ran out with a fearful velocity and the Chain parted. The Larboard Anchor was then let go Shieh brought up in. 75 dragged until thursday tii orning when we were off Chatham a log lit Distant about 80 Miles. To we Ard morning of the night succeeding the tempest increased faster and faster flies , higher and higher rises old Ocean it is fearful the vessel Rolls frightfully. Her Ham mock settings Are under water her decks Are deluged the ports Are burst aboard the Hospital for Tjie sick in which Are Mapy is fun of water the Dirge Jasany is,Carr,, Tjhie Medr iches Are Quot All Tost Quot tile men on the Roth. A ,.in the midst of this wild intense excitement word is whispered round that the sick in the Hospital Are a being washed out of their Beds and ars struggling in water a for lie. None can ave for it is As Mno do As Man Caw do to stand and it mid the Roar of How lips tempest without a hand to save Are jives thus lost. On poor fellow who bad been sick for some a Das on the night of the storm was Dii Iris cot life slip. Rol led and he Vas to us Orton Cut in the water t hot had Home in through the Bow ports and drowned. His name was John a. Williams. Every thing in the Hospital was w asked away Iron bedsteads that were screwed into Tho decks were wrenched off broken and destroyed. Moses l. A avvies a Ordinary seamen also died. Both of these poor Fellows were consigned to the deep the next Day. Throughout the night the Gale increased and blew j with a violence beyond the Waves Roso higher and higher now boarding us in vast volumes of water hissing and roaring and anon gambling off to return in concert with other maddened Waves to mock us in our fright. At 3 a. M. The heart Ronding cry of a is sinking is raised throughout . The Quarter boats have been washed away also the Captain s gig. The sails Are All blown away our two anchors Are lost also the chains and now to reorder is Given to Cut away the my its. Eight Stalwart men with huge axes Are selected for this arduous and hazardous task and Rush on deck to. Cut away the huge masts. It is be no easy task hot feasible and the idea is abandoned a let them i Oll out a tis said. What a night but a Las 1 our cup is not yet full. At half past two on wednesday morning the 26th of february Tho Tiller was reported insecure and fears we entertained that we should lose soon the Iron Tiller which weighed nearly two tons broke from its sock Eta. Freed from Iho restraint the rudder lashes about from Sido to Side Ard before another till up can be gotten out of Tho hold the rudder drops from its position slips out of che Cas ing Imd 13 buried m Ocean. Immediately the men a a ush with their bedding and hammocks to place them in the rudder casing to prevent the water from deluding . Never shall i forget that moment. Every heart gave Way every soul filled with horror faces that up to this moment had been adamantine on which fear had not shown Itse of now blanched with Awe and terror. The More nervous crouched in the by places of stricken with of their position. Gold Frost bitten wet to rough Sonau without shoes or stockings without Caps they having been blown away the Crew looked More like maniacs for the moment endowed with reason to realize their sad position than the Crew of Tho Vermont. Drifting fast on Georges Shoals Lay the huge ship rolling like some aquatic Leviathan without sails without a rudder and a fearful tempest blowing the Recks deluged with water and Crew dispirited Frost bitten fright he a and Stock at heart. In this position we remained until thursday the 27th of february when a vessel was descried and upon our hoisting a sign of distress bore Down upon us. A of. To Are now waiting for assistance. What we require is a Good Large powerful Ocean Steamer and Nota gunboat. They Are useful Only to take of the Crew but As is tight it is not right so says our first lieutenant to abandon her. And he will not give up . Boned Turkey. George Coleman and myself were chums and As a natural consequence roomed together. George possessed a Fine spirit for fun and when an Opportunity offered whereby he could outwit the faculty or the Ever watchful tutors he was sure to improve it. One cold and Rainy evening towards the latter part of december George and myself were snugly ensconced in our Little room on the third Fly or of the College building both of us had been for the last two hours deeply engaged in study now our studies being fully Learned we threw aside our books and gazed vacantly at the fire. Presently George arose and after pacing up and Down the room several times exclaimed aloud _ a i have it f now for som fun he therefore seated himself in front of me As though some matter of great importance was to be discussed. a Lew a said he a what do you say to having some roast Turkey v i replied that it would be very acceptable and wished to be informed How we were to procure the article in question. A Why easy enough a he replied a All you have to do is to follow my directions and the Turkey will be forthcoming he then bade me to remain until he returned. Putting on his hot and coat he ift the room. He soon returned however and from beneath his overcoat produced a Fine plump Turkey All dressed ready for cooking procured by some mysterious Means. He sat about the task of being chief Cook tying a thin wire to the neck of the fowl and then suspending it like Mohammed a coffin Between heaven and Earth from the Mantle a heft thereby imitating the old custom of cooking. Whole no. 668. All things had progressed very Well so far and tha Savory smell arising from the now Leafty cooked Turkey served to increase our appetite and our Mouths wat ered adj a in ight. It was now done and ready m be served when we Wiere Star to Eddy a pct Knock a a a in caught up o or Bird and , let if Down a gently by the wira then making the wire fast he softly closed the window and resumed his studies while i waited on the door which topped and there before me stood one of the tut rss he said he called to see if our Rodin needed any repairing and of course ,va4invited him to enter which he did rhe spa he always took a deep interest in the personal w Elfare of the students and our closet wanted re pair Jig whereupon looking in it. He i ext locked under the bed to see if we wanted any carpet the re also in the bed to see if my re cd vering were essential to our Comfort. But finding All right he seated himself in and wanted to know if the culinary department had. Been removed to the upper part of the Quot building As he smelt the Turnes of cooking very Laim by. We made what excuse we could and after remaining in All about an hour and a half he took his leave. George immediately raised the window and hauled up the wire on which our evening meal had been suspended. Judge of our Chagrin and astonishment when we. Beheld instead of the Turkey Only the Bones fastened to the wire and a paper accompanying them on which was written. A that was mighty Good Send us the joke of it was we had hung it against the window of the room below ours and the inmates seeing it dangling Down appropriated it to their own Long after that we were known As the cd oks. Freaks of Morgan the goer Rilla chief amp Jim a Stehm a family paper ioktq1tn and co air is printed and published weekly by to m bytes Lin. \ 2d Story of Funckes new building Cut Ostend st at one Dollar a did fifty cents a year 0��?T advertisements inserted the Usuia rates. The fronds of Tho and Tho Public Ges a Ary Aro test oct buy solicited to Send in Thor order. 43? printed at an hours to Nice rates of postage in Lebanon county postage in Ponny Stanim out of Leb amp too cd dirty of a Totite per Quarter or 13 cents year. A out of ibis state go cts. Per Quarter or.50 Eta. A Jot if the postage i not paid m a Tanco. Rateb Are Domm. Going yet and Quot we shall probably hear of them at Memphis. A the originator of the ruse is Captain Morgan of one of our Brave Ohio regiments of cavalry a worthy gentlemen and an inveterate wag. Nashville March,-29 1862. Never was there such a Man As Morgan. A counterpart of the far famed Marion of old he seems to Lack none of that great chieftain s Energy adroitness courage and skill and he is making Good use of the qualifications if we May judge by his exploits he has an Eye to fun also,.and tto his on one occasion disguised As a Fanner he procured a rickety Wagon an old mule and drove up to Buellis head quarters and asked permission to dispose of a Load of Wood.-. Obtaining the necessary pass he visited our Camps disposed of his Load took in another of a different sort and returned to quarters to receive the congratulations of his comrades. A a at another time he appeared m citizen s dress at the st Cloud hotel registering his name a Smith a for which May. The lord forgive him. Spending the greater part of the evening in Brief visits to it lends in different parts of the pity he retired and on morning breakfasted with ofte of our generals engaging that gentleman in interesting com Ersa Tion during the entire repast he congratulated the officer upon the extraordinary activity which prevailed in Quot All the military departments and presumed that general Buell would take advantage of the pleas ant weather and instigate a Forward movement at an Early Day. They arose from the table much pleased with each other and next morning the. Post brought our officer the compliments of Captain Morgan andean invitation to Dine every Effort have been made for his capture and a once i believe has been set upon his head. But our boys having just been paid Are indifferent As to Money matters a and he has thus far eluded our grasp on an eventful Day a detachment of troops armed and equipped got upon his Trail and a Twilight surrounded his band not ail disturbed Morgan Lintur led the magic Flag of truce procured from the rear of tus men and was conducted into our Iines by an a Ned escort upon business with Headquarters. Having completed his errand he passed out again Between the same protecting muskets bidding each and All a kind Good night. He is represented As a handsome Man. With a marked exterior Long flow ing whiskers and the tread of a King. The Provost guards and patrol Are continually on the Alert and Many jokes Are told of mistakes made in arrests. Tall tennesseans Are much Given to whiskers and several individuals have been forced to explain the difference Between Morgan and them Selve. After capturing the train on the a. And n. R., he proceeded to the Telegraph office at. Gallatin made the operator a prisoner first sending a Telegram to George d Prentice of the a great paper a informing him that he had purchased the town of Gallatin and if he should come within a mile of that place to Stop or if desiring an interview it should be scene occurred at the City hotel today which occasioned considerable excitement. A tall gentleman pushed through the crowd rather unceremoniously and registered his name a a Morgan cavalry a desiring a dinner supper a bed and his Bill a at time throwing Down a Twenty Bollar note of Confederate scrip. A we Are not taking that Money sir a said the polite clerk. Quot the h-r--1 you aint then sir we dont Trade. And with a pompous a ahem v he moved off. The conversation and Demeanour of the officer attracted the attention of the crowd and several for the name among others lieutenant it who. On Glanc ing on the Register changed color and with a nervous motion hurried from the room a murmur of Suprna and amazement swelled into a cry of Morgan Morgan but the stranger was not to be scarcely when a. Company of infantry fresh from the office of the Provost marshal pushed into the roof i with bayonets fixed and determined countenances. A where is Joe 3�?� inquired the commanding officer. A the passed out the Back Way a Ltd replied a wag a and and is now he Sewanee House a a right away they went at a double report says they Are brigadier general Javies Shields. Actin major general Taines Shields is a native of the county of Tyrone in Ireland where he was Horn in the year 1810. To is consequently about fifty two years of age. In 1882 lie went west., and settled in Kas Kasia one of the oldest Village o f Illinois where he devoted himself to study and practice of liw. He was soon after elected to the state legislature and in 1839 was made state Quot auditor four years later he was appointed judge of the supremo court and in 1845, having received from president Polk the to of commissioner of the general land office he removed to Washington. Upon the breaking out of the mexican War daring the following year the name president appointed or. Shields it brigadier general of United states volunteers. His commission was dated july 1,1846. He was present at these Geof yera Cruz and was titular la noted. At Tho Battle of Cerro Gordo to distinguished himself greatly and the second time shed his blood in defence of his adopted noun a try. Severely wounded he continued on , urging on his men until a Ball passing through his lungs struck him Down. He was carried from the Battle Field and was reported so near dead that obituary notices appeared of the Gallant colonel in nearly All the papers of the country. It appears that he was entirely Given Over by the army surgeons when a mexican doctor said he would live if he would let him remove the coagulated blood from the wound. Shields told him to try Aud a silk handkerchief was worked and finally drawn Tho the wound removing Iho extra Vasa Ted blood when Daylight could he seen through the Hole. A and yet gen. Shields to Day is a Bale and Hearty Man free from disease or any inconvenience from his wound which was considered at the time As mortal having been made by a Large Copper Hall and going directly through his body and lungs. For Bis Gallant and meritorious conduct on this occasion he was in August 1848, Breve Ted a Majur general of volunteers. Still suffering Frost his wounds we find him commanding a brigade in the Valley of Mexico consisting of a battalion of marines and regiments composed of new York and South Carolina volunteers. He was also in the Battle of Chapultepec where being a horsed he fought on foot bareheaded and m his shirt sleeves leading his brigade sword in hand with a bravery that Lias made his name remark a Hie m american history. He was again wounded and that dangerously but with care and a Good Constitution he recovered. His brigade after performing various deeds ending in the capture of the City of Mexico was disbanded on the 20th of july 1848. The War being ended gen. Shields Laid Down the sword and assumed once More his Plage in civil life -. He was brilliantly received on in the United states and when to returned to the state of his Choice Illinois he was elected to fill the position vacated by or. Breeze that of senator from that state to represent it ift the Capitol at Washington this was in the Quot year 1849. Owing to some technicality he was refused admission As a senator when h8 promptly. Resigned his Post and was As promptly re elected. He returned to Washington and Abr six years proved himself to be As Able in Council As he was on the Battle Field. In 1855 he left the Senate leaving at the same time Illinois an rent to Settle on the lands awarded to his services in the army which Lanas he had selected in the territory of when that tract became a state gen. Shields was returned to represent it i Congress As a senator and took his seat after its admission in May. 1858. Gen. Shields having drawn me Short term he had to vacate Hii seat in 1859. And not securing a re election he went further West into California. From this retirement he was again brought out by the present War having been appointed by Congress a brigadier general with a commission dating from August 19, Isol a a this commission he at first do med but deeming it b duty to stand by i adopted country m her troubles he came Forth and after a Long voyage reached thee Pital where his name in consequence of his Refu Al i having been stricken from the army list he waited some time before he obtained a command a the lamented death of general Lander left that division without a head and step. Shields was at once appointed to Mand with the rank of brigadier general his division forming part of the corps do Armee of gen. Banks. He has again brought himself before the Public by his1 gaunt acts has again been wounded upon the Battle Field and once country rings with the name of gen. gen. Shields is of Good personal appearance about five feet eight inches Festa Ture with dark complexion. His Tyle be speaking is easy fluent and agreeable. A a Mother a said Ike Partington a did you know that the Iron horse has but one ear so a one ear merciful gracious child what do you mean v a Quot Why the eng Irp ear of course Quot it a a it or president Lincoln is said to be a joker and when he asked Horace Greely the other Day for a copy of his lecture he achieved an excellent thing far mime coi ild copy it Blit Greely and his writs of is unintelligible to Ordinary read we

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