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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 15, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaFlat i ital Pregg a scat cd amp Sarb pfc a a by a and promptly executed at the advertises office Leba Hok Perita this est Tali amp Ament is now supplied wit i an extensive assortment of Job Type which will be increased As the patronage demands. It can now Tam out pro Stino of every description in a a a neat and expeditions manner it and on very reasonable terms. Such As famphlet3, check8� business cards handbills circular labels it Bill headings Blanks. Programmes Bills of pare invitations tickets ac., a. of ail kinds common and judgment Bonds. School justices constables and other Blanks printed correctly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept Fornale at this office at prices a to suit the Timos. _ subscription prise of the Lebanon advertiser. One Dollar and a half a year. _. 1 a a address we. M. Babes Ltd Lebanon a. To Bent. Mw0 booms in 2d Story Walnut Street formerly of Al copied its to attorneys office and Tallos shop. Also on Cumberland Street a shop formerly occur bled As a shoe Storo and tin shop with the same room no stairs. A j. George. Lebanon feb. 18,1863.___ a notice. Phose indebted longer than ninety Days Are re x Quested to make payment As the. Business in the a City is a together in the country have to come to to it As near As possible and prompt payment is expected. Jgeorge. _ Lebanon feb. 18 18c3 _ special notice. On acid Aiter july 1st, 1863, the Privi Ege. Of con to rating to present Issue of Legal tender the National six per cent. Loan commonly cat led Tive twenties Quot will cease. ,. All who wish to invest into five Twenty loan must therefore apply before the let of j uly next. Jay Cooke. Subscription agent a no.114 st.,. A poll 8,1863.�?3m.ontl Lols a private Sale a ill be sold at Privato Sale 8 acres of land cab non vol. 14�?no. .43. Lebanon. Pa., wednesday april 15, 1863. Whole no. 721. A Hoof ice. A Rilke undersigned having disposed of his lumber a i x Coal Yard All persons indebted will make Settle 1 before the 1st of april 1863. From and 1 after that Date the books will be in the bands of Antony s. Ely esq., Justice of Tho peace for collection. I Philip Brechbill. North Lebanon jan.,21, 63. A a new diet. Wii la Lite and Dib for Union. Blast a receipts por collectors of state county and militia tax for Sale cheap at the advertiser office. Also for collectors of school it Corge hoffmans Lebanon county w transportation line. By Lebanon Valley Railroad. Particular attention will be paid to goods shipped by Tho Lebanon Valley Railroad. Goods will to sent daily to and from Philadelphia to Lebanon Myers town and Annville stations and All other Points in the j county. A j frmg1its contracted tie least possible rates i and delivered with dispatch. A a a a. A. The proprietor. Will aft Icolar attention to and i attend personally to the receiving and delivery of All j freight. For information apply at his office at the Lebanon Valley Railroad depot Lebanon. J upward Mark his agent in Philadelphia will Al ways be found at a ii. Bush s merchant s hotel North third st., Philadelphia. July 11, >60. Leo. Ii Offman. A item Tod in Lour i Ano near Tho Borough line m Coni-.11 township. It adjoins the land of Willow Fulmer Oil the North we. Atkins Imd Jolin Krause on the Hast. There is a one Story Loo House weather hoarded erected on the land and a Good Well in Tho the land has Fine stones for quarries this tract w ill Taake a Nice Home far a Small family. U it is free from ground Kent. Good title will be Sirant Adam Mitcheu. . This tract is now Eor Rcd with Fina Grasa 1ml. It which will be Given to the purchaser. Lebanon Juno 13, 1sgq. _. A for Sale or Exchange. Rehb undersigned will Soli or Exchange for a Small 1 farm Hia desirable House and lot of. Ground in. East Street East Lebanon. The House is a a i. New two Story Brick with Kite on attached la Quot All Well built and Well arranged with All Neces sary conveniences. Also Cistern Bath House j t it r i tit to of to Quot itt Smy a a House All kinds ,Trees, the a a Ujj a. U Pic Tonia lawns plaid and striped Nan Sooks Plain Aud p Laid Cambric plaid and dotted mulls brilliants Marseilles Bobinets. Ac., the largest assortment. At the Storo of Henry amp Stine. If you Quot want a photograph of yourself or Friend the be stare to to had at daily s gallery next door to the Lebanon Deposit Bank. A new goods just received at the store of bib property if not sold will to excl used \ Good and indisputable title Given. For fur premises. A a above. Ther inform Tob apply to a James n. Rogers . Lebanon july 16,18g2. Sale of Stock will be sold at Public Sale on tuesday the i4tli Day of april next it Tho North Lebanon Railroad office in the Borough of Lebanon. 1379 shares of the capital Stock of said Railroad. Salo loom Menee at i o Loek p. M. Of said Day when conditions will be made known by w. G. Freeman a Adnis a of Tho estate of w. Coleman dec d. Lebanon april 1, 63. Borough property. ,. At. A a Public Sale Vytill lie sold at Public Sale Public House of w John Matthes in the Borough of Lebanon on ? wednesday april 25 3sg3, a third lot of ground situated in Lebanon Borough fronting on h ill 18 s �o4& Street and running Back to Oak Alley i i a adjoining lot of Jacob Merble on. The i West and William Spahn on the East on which Ore erected a one Story Frame House 20 by 18 feet and the usual out build pigs with the free use Ofa four foot Huey on the East Side of Tho premises. A a Soleto commence at 1 of clock of said Day when terms will be made known Bya William Spahn. A Good title and Possession will be Given within ten Days of Aid Salo. Lebanon april 1,1863. A Public Sale. Saturday apb11,18,1s63, will to old at Public Sale at the Laie residence of Peter Schott dec a. At the Corner or Walnut and Chireh streets following article via j horse and Lares i \ elegant Milch cow 1 t i Rockaway i Saddle bridles i and a variety of harness. 1 bed and Bedstead potatoes by Tho Bushel Hay Fork 1 stand a lot of hams by the Pound 1 desk and a variety of other articles too. No j onerous to mention. To Sale to commence at 1 of clock when terms of Sale j will be made known by Samuel Harbeson. July 8,1m. Quot Quot Howai , i a Philadelphia a. J diseases of the Neri Ous system sperm tokr1icea or seminal weakness 18110 tence and other affections of the sexual organs i physical debility and premature decay a i new and reliable treatment a reports of the Howard $ association. Sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes free of charge address or. Houghton he Wxbe Aliso Cra Ionno. 2 South ninth Street pull add Ludu a. A a Ulaky 28,18 b3.�ly. A Sun join ecu Ai who to in Cumberland Street Lebanon a. Selling Oil Selling Oft a an inducement to Casio bdyj2us. Will save per cent. Ladies7 dress goods. French Merino and Coberg. Fancy and Block Silks from 50 Eon is to $1 50. A claims from 10 to 20 couts a lawns from to 16 cents. A. Mohair Plain from 16 to 37 cents. Valencias from 8 to 16 cents. A knt a and boys Wall. Black cloth from $1 00 to $4 50.fancy and Black Cossi marcs from 50 to $1 50. Ladies cloak cloth from $1 00 to $1 50. Cotto Nades from 10.to 20 cents. Domestics. Muslin from to cents. A Check from 10 to 12 rents. Ticking from 10 to 16 cents. Cali Coes from 6j� to 12j<� cents. Gig Lazna from 10 to 20 cents. A shawls shawls ,. Spring shawls from $1 00 to $4 00.Black Tibet shawls from $2 00 to $4 00. Notions notions i parasols and umbrellas from 50 to $2 00. Stockings from to 75 cents. Hoop skirts from 25 to $1 50 �?��?�?.-. Handkerchiefs from to 18 cents. Linen and paper collars. I ,. An of. Heady made clothing carpets carpets groceries and Queens Are. Provisions. A a sugar cured 1iam Ond Mackerel fruits fruits dried apples dried plums. Dried la Macreff dried elderberries Al sold to Salt the times by. L. K. Laudermilch. N. B. A All kinds of country produce taken in Exchange for goods. L. K. L. Lebanon april 28,1862._____ Economy is Quot wealth i ugh for 13 cents. Hold the Constitution Over us gift of sires a lion be gone Boford us let the old Flag wave above it it god will bless and Man will love it ? look away. For Liberty and Union on Union ground be found. To live and die for Union Tho people a looted old Abe Lincoln wonder what they Werea thinking f a Abraham was an old deceiver rail Quot a we Cal split or Union cleavers look away. Away old Abe wont save the Union i a on Union ground he is not found and cannot save the Union 1 Abram he makes proclamation which he says will save the nation Calls the slaves to insurrection says they Liall have his Protection look away away old Abo can to save the Union i on Union ground lie is not found. Be will not save the Union Yoars of warfare bloodshed horror \. Years of broken hearts Aud sorrow widows orphans bankrupt nation and yet our eyes see no salvation. Look away. Away this will not save the Union on Union ground Quot they Are not found. A who favor War for Union. Of pc Cal Sweet peace thou Blest of Jesus peace Sweet peace which Illavon pleases come we Pray Olieo come to bless us i let this strife no More distress us look away 1 a a away a look North Aud South for Union. On Umon Gro inc Well All be found and live and die in Union. Down with Wade and Chase and All such. Weak and wicked we will Call such give us men As rulers Over us like Yasian Dignam and Voories 1. Look away away Buch men will give us Union on Union ground a. They re Al Way 8 found. And Loyal to the Union. A a Logan go 0. Que cute. A and yet per Apson May As Well added Tho youth communing a moment with himself a you May Tell him his brother Frank a wild Frank it Isy a who wishes him Tio come the rold Man departed on Hie errand Andi he who called himself wild Frank Tossi de his nearly std olred Cigar out of the window and folded his arms in thought. A i no better place than this probably will occur to Giro a Brief account of some former events in the a life of the Young Strait Fer resting and a waiting at the Village feint. Fifteen Miles East of that inn lived a Farmer named Hall a Man of Good repute Well off in the world, a Large family. He w Aff Jond of gain required All Bis Boyie to la Bor in proportion to their a age a and his right hand Man was his oldest son Richard. Tho eldest son an industrious sober faced Young fellow was invested by his Quot a a a a second in Swift obedience was a prime Tenet in the Farmers Domestic government the children All quietly submitted to their brother a Sway All but one and that one was Frank the Farmers wife was a quiet woman in rather tender health and though for All her offspring she had a mothers Tonder love Franks kiss Ever seemed sweetest to her lips. She loved i him More than the rest perhaps As i in. A Hundred similar instances for j his being so often at fault and so of i ten blamed. I truth however to i Seldom received More blame than lie a deserved for to was a capricious j High tempered Tad and up to All i kinds of mischief. From these traits he was known in the neighbor Hoos by the name of wild Frankamong the Farmers Stock there was a Fine Young Bloo d Mare a Beautiful creature Largo and Graceful with eyes like dark hued jewels and her color that of the deep night. It he was really foot sore and exhausted with his journey that Bot a Day a so he accepted his brother a offer. A Yon know the Speed of Nell As Well As i a said. Richard ,�?~111"warrant when i bring tier Here Yoa ? in As Good order As Ever a so. Telling him to amuse himself for a few minutes As Wel Las to could Richard left the tavern a could it be that Black Nell knew her old master. She weighed and rubbed her nose shoulder and As Bei put his foot in the. Stirrup and Rose son her Back it was evident that they wore both highly pleased with their meeting. Bidding his brother a Farawell and not a forgetting old Joo the e Young Manset Forth on Quot Bis Ney for his fathers House As he left the Village behind and came upon the Long monotonous Road before him his mind began to meditate on Tho reception he should meet father with the Powers of he thought on the circumstances of command and As strict his leaving Home and he thought too on his course of life Bow it was being frittered away and lost. Very gently influences came Over wild Franks mind then for he earned to show his parents that be was sorry for the trouble he had Cost he blamed himself for his former follies and even la Eit remorse that he had not acted a More kindly to Richard and gone to his House. Of it had been Asad mistake of the Farmer that to did not teach his children to love one another. It was a foolish thing that he prided himself a on of governing his-little1 flock Well a when Sweet affection gentle forbearance and brotherly Faith were almost unknown among them. The Day was now advanced though the heat poured Down with a strength Little 1 Ess oppressive than at noon Frank had accomplished the greater part of his journey be was within three Miles of Homo. Quot the Road Here led Over a High tiresome Hill and he it being a custom of the Farmer to let j determined to Stop on the top. Of it each of his boys it have something about the farm that they called Quot their own and take care of As such Black Noll for so the Mare was called had somehow or other fallen to Franks share. He was very proud of her and thought As much of her Comfort and rest himself As Well As give the animal a Rode Quot a few minutes breath. How Well he know the place and that mighty Oak standing just a outside the Fence on the very Summit of the Hill often had to reposed under its Shade. It would be pleasant for a As his own. The elder brother How j few Iii nuts to stretch his limbs there Ever saw fit to claim her himself and again As of old he thought of himself Beveral timed to exercise a privilege 1 and he dismounted from the Saddle the the Best and cheapest household remedy in the world. Estate or Franklin Fluth Totice is hereby Given that letters of administration of the 51utii, Dick Date of Jackson torus help Lebanon county pa., have been granted to the undersigned Olathe township county and state aforesaid. All persons indebted will make immediate payment and those having claims will present their Tow John mull administrator. Jackson township april 1, c3. Madame Dadog Fouter s a by at cough remedy. Madame Zadoc por terms curative Balsam is warranted if used according to the directions to cure in All cases coughs colds a whooping cough asthma and All affections of tie Throat and lung a removal. Stanley Ulrich attorney at Law removed 111? office to the door East of Jav Dernulc Astore opposite tie w ush lug ton Rouee Lebanon a., Bounty and pension claims promptly attended to. April 8, �3.�?3m. Removal. T. Mcadam attorney at Law i As removed his office to Market Street opposite. 11 the Lebanon Bank two doors North of widow Ribes hotel. A Lebanon match 25, �?T63,to its i Bow Meijy a i strict attorney has removed his office 1 to the room lately occupied by or. Geo. Vilme Weaver in cuff Berlati Street Lebanon. A Fow floors Quot East of the Eagle hotel and two doors West of Gene Weidman a office. Lebanon Pec. 17,1862, 1_____ Cyrus f Miller a in Waln Murce near a a. Lyoo Posito the Buck hotel and two floors South a from Karma Pye a hardware Toro. Lebanon april 9,18g2ly._ a a a or a Aimuel h. Light m in cab it the old residence of or. Reisenaur opposite the court House Lebanon tax Iha Uon March 26, 63. Made zad0c Porter s Balsam is. Prepared wish All the requisite care Ai d skill from a combis Atlow of the Best remedies to a vegetable kingdom affords its remedial qualities a based on its Power to re Eist the healthy and Yigo roue circulation of the blood through the Longs it is not a violent remedy but emolument Waim ing searching and effect Ive can let a taken by the oldest person or youngest child. A a in do a Zadoc in orters Balsam Hab been used by to Public for Over. 18 years and has a Seq a bed ifs present Sale simply by being by those who have used it in their afflicted Friend Ari Quot others. Most imp0etaht.�?madnmo zad0c por to bks a curative Balaam is sold it a Price a Fitch bring it ill Tho reach of everyone to keep it. Convenient for use. The timely Uso of a single bottle will prove Tobe Worth 100 times its oust wild Franks return. As the Sun one August Day some fifty years ago had just passed the Meridian of a country town in the Eastern Section Oblong Island a single traveller came up to the quaint Low roofed Village tavern opened its half door Aud entered the common room. I u st covered the col Bosoi Quot a ibid a a sail in in Ell undettotrefl�?, Farer Andora Quot to Jim Ems moist a notwithstanding what Frank consid my in Deal of the Comfort of his favor. With sweat. He tied with a lagging. Ere j Proi Ocra Tive on Oneo Thesa he took from his Little bundle weary Paco though his form and a features told of an age no More than Nineteen or Twenty years. Over one shoulder was Slung a sailors jacket and in his hand to carried a Small bundle. Sitting Down on a rude Bench he told a female who made her appearance behind the bar that he would. Have a Glass of Brandy and sugar. He took off the liquor at a draught after which he lit and began to smoke a Cigar with which he sup. Plied himself from his pocket stretching out one leg and leaning his Elbow Down on , in the attitude Ofa Man who takes an indolent lounge. A do you know one Richard Hall that lives somewhere hero among you v said to. Or. Abs a h. his professional services to of the Borough of Lebanon Aud Vicinity. Office m Walnut Street two doors North of the lutheran Pur a Conage. A a a a a March 4,1863. A. Or. C. L. Kreider. Offer his prefers Lotel services to the Community of Lebanon and View my. Office temporarily with or. Schreek in Walnut Street. Lebanon it april-1,4863.�?3m. or. Halls is Down the Lane that turns off by that big Locust tree a a answered the woman pointing to the direction through the open door a its about half a mile from Here to his houses. To youth for a minute or two puffed the smoke from his Mouth very5leisurely in silence. His Vanlier had an air of vacant self sufficiency rather strange. In one of so few years. Quot a a a i wish to see or. Hall a he said at length. A Here so Silver sixpence for any one who la carry a. Message to a who boys Are All away. Its but a Short walk and your limbs Are Young a replied the female who a i not altogether pleased with Tho easy your Money to not Bew 0f maj Ink himself at Homes which persuaded to Purchase 4s. To $1� ,. Job. a a not contain the virtue of a dime Bolo of Madame ror marked her stabbing looking Custo tors curative Balsam the Cost of Inami factoring a a mdcthl\xrf7ow pric at is my a it Les that individual however seemed lira will son to give Small attention to the hint which their profits Are larger unless the la. A a Jvn cd Ana puffed Dib Cuffar blast upon having Madame porters and noun _ ask for Madame porters curative Balsam Primo 13 cts., Soho log Jib igl surely r8 ugh of. And in Large bottles at 25 cts., and take no other. If 9 int Linned Tyllo to total you can Fiot get it at one stove you can at. Another. U Lulb Luis Binutu Tuv 49 sold by All druggists and store keepers at 13 cents and in larger bottles at 25 cents. Hall amp Ruck Al proprietors new York. 4��?� Jos. L. Lombergar and or. Geo. Ross agents Leban on a. Quot january 23,1863. L a u ill Fol a l Viu Piui v Vav v in vvivv1wmvuv j 9 a a. A occasions a hot dispute arose and of a which he strapped behind him on the i ter much angry blood it was refer in Are Eback a piece of Small Strong 1 de to the Farmer for settlement. He Cord four or five Yards in length i decided in favor of a Richard and and which he tied to the bridle and wound j ded a harsh lecture to his other son. I an tied the other end for Security a i the Farmer was really unjust and Wund Bis own wrist then throwing j wild Franks face paled with rage i himself at. Full length upon Tho a and mortification. That furious tem ground Black Nell was at Liberty to j per which to had never been taught Graze around him without danger of j to curb now swelled like an overflow it Riegse a a a. Ing torrent. With difficulty restrain. H was a Calm scone and a pleasant ing the exhibition of his passions a there was no ride sound hardly soon As he got by himself to swore a even a chirping insect to break the i. That not another Sun should Roll by a sleepy silence of to place. The at j and find him under that roof. In the Moschero had a dim hazy cast an night lie silently Rose and turned was impregnated with overpowering his Back on what to thought an in \ heat who Young Man Lay Hin hospitable Home in mood in which a Ufa after minute As time glided away child should never leave the paternal i unnoticed for he. Was very tired and roof Bent his Steps toward the City i Kia repp805a b,. Yucca it May be imagine Ned that alarm Ejon ally be raised himself and cast a j and gig if pervaded15 the whole of Tho a listless look at the Distant landscape a family on discovering Franks Depar. I veiled As it was by the slight j Ture. And As week after week melt at length his repose was without such de away and brought no tidings of i interruptions. His eyes closed and him his poor mothers heart grew at first l,1�y opened Asama wearer and wearer. She spoke not 1 at intervals after a while they shut much but was evidently sick in Spir altogether. Could it be that he slept it. Nearly two years had elapsed it was so indeed. Yielding to the when about a week before the Inci a drowsy influences about him and to dents at the commencement of this i a is prolonged weariness he had fal Story the Farmers family were Joy men into a deep sound slumber. Thus fully so prised by receiving a letter he a 5 and Black hell Ihu inn son Tufi had cause of his departure to the e blast 6 a my sweep ugly the lightning Flash Edwaod the rain fell in torrents. A crash after crash of Thunder seemed to of aka the solid and Blacknell she stood now an image of Beautiful terror with her fore feet thrust out her neck arched and her eyes glut ering balls of fear. At length after a dazzling and lurid Glare there came a peal a deafening crash As if the great Axle was rent it seemed to shiver the very Central foundations object appeared reeling like a Drunken Man. God of spirits the startled Mare sprang off like a ship in an eyes were blinded with terror she dashed madly Down the Hill and plunge after pm urge a far far a away a Swift As an Arrow a dragging the hapless body of the Sleeper behind her. A in the Low old fashioned dwelling of the Farmer there was a Large family group. The men and boys had gathered under shelter at the approach of the storm and the subject of their talk was the return of the Long absent son. The Mother spoke of him too and her eyes brightened with pleasure As she spoke. She had made All the Little domestics preparations cooked favorite dishes and arranged for him his own bed in its own old place. As the tempest was at its fury they discussed the probability of his getting soaked by it and the provident Dame had already selected some dry garments for a change. But the rain was soon Over and nature smiled again in her invigorated Beauty. The Sun shone out As it was dripping in the West. Drops sparkled on Tho Leaf tips a coolness and clearness were in the air. The clattering of a horses hoofs came to the ears of those who were gathered there. It was on the other Side of the House that the Wagon Road led and they opened the door and rushed through the adjoining room to the porch. What a sigh it was that met them there Black Nell stood a few feet from the door with her neck crouched Down she Drew her breath Long and deep and vapor Rose from every part of her reeking body. And with eyes starting from their sockets and Mouth agape in stupefying terror they beheld on the ground near her a mangled hideous mass the rough semblance of a human form All Quot a Cut an d at. Cached to it was the fatal Cord dabbled Over with Gore. Fearful and sickening was the object. And As the Mother gazed for she could not withdraw her eyes and the appalling truth came upon her mind she Sank Down without shriek or utterance into a deep deathly swoon. A ifiiemontrgencral .f.remont. Has been in Washington two or. Three weeks soliciting another command but Tho Republican papers say it has been refused him at the instigation of general Halleck. If this is so gen. Ilai Leck is entitled to Praise. Among the Host of military charlatans and humbugs of the Day Fremont is the greatest. A a astounding robbery Prentice laughs at the heading a astounding robbery a which frequently appears in connection with some fraud on the government by this stealing administration. A Little honesty would be astounding but fraud he says no longer astounds. By tub president of the United states of a America. A a Procla Tatiom. A a . Or a h. Bucher a tit Koch to be font it a Borough Hafi removed in in office Street two of John it George s Storo. Api 11 1, 1863.�?3t a George Clar dentist. A Fife eat a Boer get hotel Lebanon. A particular attention Junt to Vul Canita work and filling Tetli. R references a c. N. . D. S., prof Esnar of dental phys Biol a Ivy and operative Dent tatty. No. S81 st Phil a be Spray Tabor Doil Tibery. No. 24, Ali st., in Hilad Clebia. A Iju Deb Truman. Ii. , demonstrator of opera us dentistry. 8. W. Corner Ai Franklin and Creen Streeta Phi Adelphia. E n. . 8�?z demonstrator of mechanical Deoti atry. No.�?T22sn,12th st., . A Lebanon april 1,1833. D Penis bins r.6e0. P. Linea Weaver Hari been appointed by the Conn missioner of pensions at Washington examining surgeon for pensions i prepared to attend to All Appal Coate for pension at Hla of in of wet Street next door to the Post office arc 25tb, 1863.�? take a a Otic. Builders will Roxvell by calling on j. N. Bryk slur. Agent of be is prepared to do Oil kinds of. Tin roofing spouting and Job work generally at the very lowest prices. To also Baa on hand a Large Ond Good assortment of All kinds of tin Ware and a a Ait it a ref site catching a second glance at the sixpence a unless old Joe is at the stable As he a very Likely to be. Ill go and find oat Fob you. And she pushed open a door at her Back stepping through an adjoining room into a Yard whence her voice was the next moment heard calling the person she had mentioned in accents by no Oil of tim most improved of burning Cook. A meats Ronia flyable for their Melody stoves Mill Partoll stoves. Also All Tho a Enfin pow different and latest improved a ranges and or so Stuess. T. Quot a Hier search was Buee Esefa she soon returned with him who was to As messenger a Little withered old. Man a Hanger on there whose unshaven face told plainly enough the Story of his intemperate habits those deeply seated habits now too late to be uprooted that would Ere Long Lay him in a drunkards the Young Man informed him Liat the required service was and promised him the Reward As soon As be should return. A Tell Richard Hall that in a going to his this afternoon if a asks who it is that wishes him name a Heaters of All kinds. He also keeps can stantly on land a Large Stock of Al kinds of roofing slate which he offers at less Prico Foan Thoy Caa fee bought of any other slate men in the county. Warr-r00ms�?one door South of the notel Quot Walnut Street Lebanon a. Lebanon december 25,1861. A Buck Henry amp Stine a a ins str amp by bord plaids Chain Cclain Job re in opling also a full Stock of mourning Matinos dare gob Crapo Mei Itu of Quot s All Wool Delaine chalices sc., see a Weyh looking after for they certainly Are a Gre a Black and White Chen Poppins a Black and Plain plaid pop inst _ Lilac Blue and Green plaids Black and White Delaine. Rich plaid Poppins f Rich Chene Poppins. Silver mixed Poppins a. Very handsome at the Gelden sign of. A. Henry k 8t1nb, Corner of Cumberland an Market Street. Lebanon Mali 1862. T7h>r bargains in gentlemen a and boys Wear please a Call at the cheap store of Henry a Stine Here say the person sent no said the stranger sitting up from is indolent posture As the feet of old Joe were about leaving the door Stone and Bis cleared eyes turned to catch the last sentence of the my a Date. From the Longi absent son. He had been to sea and. Was then in new York at which port his vessel was just arrived. He wrote in a a Gay Strain appeared to have lost the angry feeling which caused his flight from Home said he heard in the City that Richard had married and set tied several mites of Home where he wished him Good Luck and Happi Ness. Wild Frank wound up his letter by promising As soon As he could get through the imperative business of his ship to a visit to his Home and native place. On tuesday of the succeeding week a be. Said Howould to with them. Within half an hour after the departure of old Joe the form of that ancient personage was seen slowly Wheeling round the Locust Trees at the end of the Lane accompanied by a Stout Young Roan in primitive Homespun apparel. The meeting Between wild Frank and Bis was hardly of that kind which generally takes place Between persons so closely a related no Thor could fit be called Distant or col. Richard pressed his brother to go with him to the farm House and refresh and repose himself for some hours at least but Frank they will Ali expect me at Home this afternoon who said a i wrote to to Thom l would be there 5 a but you must Bevery tired Frank a rejoined the a other a wont you let some of us harness up and carry you or if you like a he stopped a moment and a trifling suf fusion spread Over his face a if you Liko ill put the Saddle on Black hello she a Here at my place now and you can ride Home like a lord. Franks face coloured a Litte he paused for a moment in thought the original Pastura from his Home a a by a singular fatality the compan-1 ion of his return quietly cropped the a grass at his Quot Side. A an hour nearly passed away and yet the Young Man slept on. Tho Light and heat Wero not glaring now s a change had come Over the aspect of the scene. There Wero signs of one of those sudden thunderstorms that in our climate Spring up and Over so quickly and so terribly. Mass be of vapor loomed up in the horizon and a dark Shadow settled on tie Woods and Fields. Tho leaves of Tho great Oak rustled together Over the youth s head. Clouds flitted swiftly in Tho sky like bodies of armed men coming up to Battle at the Call of Ali or leaders trumpet. A thick rain drop fell now acid then while occasionally hoarse mutterings of Thunder sounded in the distance yet the slumbered was riot aroused. Jjo thus in the world you May see men steeped in lethargy while a mightier tempest gathers Over them even As the floods Are about to burst As the warning cd Utich is sent Forth they c�030 their eyes and dream idly and smile while they dream. Many a throned potentate Many a proud King with his a Olden Crown will Start wildly in the midst of the Thundu Rerp so Quot Anil Tho Bright glaring of the 6torra, and wonder that to saw it not when it in coming a .j7- for was strange that the Young Man did not awake. Perhaps his. Ocean life had taught hip to rest undisturbed amid the elements. The storm was now eomiiig0� in its fury. Black hell had Cea Seff grazing and stood by her sleeping master with Etrat her Long mane and Tiff ski ing in the wind. It seemed quote diff so heavy were the Elende. We theas Trio Senate of the United std 8, devoutly recognizing the supreme authority am just Golem meet of almighty god in Alt the affairs of Meu and nations has by a Resolution requested the president to died Goat and set apart a Day for National prayer and Ham Ilia. Tion. V. And file teas it is the duty of nations As Well As of men to own their dependence upon Power of go in to confess their sins and transgression of in Humble sorrow yet with it assured Hope that genuine repent tence will Lead to Piercy and Pardon and to re Cognize the Sublime try la announced in the holy Scop Tito and Pri Ven by All a Story that Elioso nations Only Are blessed whose god is tie lord. Aud Insomuch As we know that by his divine Law notions like individuals Are subjected to punishments amp do a chastisement in this world May we not justly fear that to awful calamity of civil War which now desolate the land May to but a punishment inflicted Aipou us for our presumptuous Sius to the needful end of our National reformation As a whole people we have been the recipients of Tho choicest bounties of heaven. We Slye been a preserved these Many years jul peace and to have grown in numbers wealth and Power As no other nation has Ever grown. But we have forgotten god. We have forgotten the gracious Haud which preserved us in peace and multiple Inland enriched and strengthened us and we have vainly imagined in the deceitfulness of out hearts Tomt All these blessings were produced by some Superior. Wisdom and virtue of our own. Intoxicated with unbroken Success to have become too self sufficient to feel the necessity of redeeming and preserving Grace too proud to Pray to the god that Madeus i Ait behoves us than to Humble ourselves before the of offended Power to confess our National. Bins and to prey for clemency am forgiveness. Now therefore in coins Liance with the request and fully concurring in the views of the Senate i do by Tala my proclamation designate and set apart thursday the 30th Day of april 1s63, Asa Day of National humiliation fasting a id Proyer. And i do hereby All the people to abstain on that Day from their Ordinary secular pursuits and to unite at their several places of Public worship and to unite at their respective Homes in keeping the Day holy to the lewd and Dey Ted to the Humble discharge of the religious duties. Proper to that solemn occasion. ,. A a this bring done in sincerity and Nib let us then rest humbly in the Hope authorised by the divine teachings that the a United cry Dpi the Nathim will Beruard on he ghz and answered with .b�eerios�1,0 Leaf than he Pardo of our National sins and not Fatiau our now do sided and buffering country to its former Happy condition of Unity and peace. V a its witness whereof i have Hereunto set Myhand and caused the Seal of the United state Tobe affixed. A. Oneatta set to of this thirtieth Day of % 3arrij,i9ahp yer bit of lord one thousand a. A tight Hundred and sixty three and of the to Al Amine of the United states the eighty Entz. Abraham Lincoln. By thar recent. A Jim h. Secretary of state. J a family paper for town and country is printed and published weekly by who Breslin 2d Story of Funck a a new building Cdr Feriand by i at one Dollar and fifty cents a year. Agr inserted at the usual rat a. Jeff the friends of the establishment and the Public Gasser ally Are respect Felly solicited to ssh m their orders. A handbills printed at an hours not amp a. Rates of postage. In Lebanon county postage free in Pennsylvania out of Leb amp flow not titty a Oey to pm of Quarter or 13 cd Nib a year. Out of this state 63 cts. Per Quarter or 26 it. A year if Hie postage is not paid in and Valbe fates afe doable. We a the prepared to print Horae Bills in handsome style on Short notice sad it reasonable rates. Uvee Lioti of a murderer on Friday last the so inst., Charles Lewis was Exeter died in to Yard adjoining the Coart House of Meteer county a a. -j., the Cut of of Elton in accordance with the sentence passed upon my for the murder of mrjames Rowland jeweller in Fairiee ton sit the night of november is 1862. _ at 9 of clock in the Mon iffy the City of Trenton was All excitement caused by the marching of military companies who were preparing Tif guard the court House _ during the execution of Lewis and the arrival in the town. Of Large. Numbers of strangers from be Cut entry who bad gone thither to see the thousands of people crowded the streets in front of the Quot building Bat without being Able to gratify their curiosity beyond the Assurance from visitors from within that the murderer was badged dead. The Rouse tops and chimneys in the neighbourhood of the court i Lourse were covered by persons who commanded a View of the Gallows. At 12i of clock sheriff ,.-came into the Yard in the rear of the prison accompanied by the prisoner Lewis and a special guard. The culprit was led under the Gallows and asked the usual question As to whether be wished to say anything before the execution of his sentence. He did not say a word. His last words had been uttered in his cell and those were of the most wicked character. The Small lever at the foot of the Gallows was moved and the ponderous weight attached to the rope fell into a Well ber Feath and the culprit was drawn up about two feet from the ground. He made one terrible convulsive movement then straightening him self out died in about three minutes. After hanging for some time be. Was taken Down put in a coffin and forwarded to hew York Lewis is he called Hir Iseff bad grown Gray in crime. It appears that about 25 years ago when he was known by Bis own name Charles w Simmons he was engaged in a crack it bakery in Roxbury Massachi setts. He there accidentally got his left hand into a machine and he carried the Mark left by the wound to his death. He was understood to have been born in Manchester Tieu Star career in crime commenced is not definitely known but be was Ono of the most unmeasured villains that Ever lived. About 12 years ago he kept a hotel at Hudson r. Y., where a murder and robbery had Sceri committed and in order to conceal the crime to burned Down the building. He was subsequently arrested and kept in prison for 19 months pending the trial on a charge of arson when he was acquitted. He then received the in Suraco Money amounting to $9,000. While to was keeping the hotel re furred to he Wab in the constant habit of making raids into the country robbing houses and in order to fasten suspicion upon poor people would throw bundles of worthless articles into their houses. His wife has not seen him for the last six years. She resides cd Brooklyn has one child a girl about eight or Dirix years of ago. Another child died while Lewis was undergoing a term of imprisonment in Massachusetts for a crime committed in Rox Btry. Lewis was Well known in several of the gambling haunts in hew York and boasted of having Stop Ped the wind of Many a haughty Devil who growled about losing Bis to was according to his own Story Well acquainted with or. Mar by Burdell and mrs. Cunnihgham was in company with or. Burdell on the evening of his murder and bad seen him with a a pile of Money in a bowery gambling House. About that time Lewis went a missing and no More was seen of him until the 13th of june 1862, just after my release state prison at Aub turn where he bad served it term of five. Years for committing a burglary in Albany. He next turns up about the time slated in hew York in Possession of 66,000 in $20 Gold pieces which he was anxious to convert into government Bonds. He said he never had an accomplice in his crimes Bis reason being that they always wanted to go halves and were Likely to �?opeach1�?T upon him. In a recent conversation with one of his counsel in the hearing of oho of the Deputy sheriffs at Trenton he admitted. That Mote about the murder of or. Burdell than he would divulge. In his trunk waft found a pocket handkerchief marked a Schas. J. it May be remembered that a shirt marked with the same name was of tend in a bloody condition in the attic closet of the House of Burdell the Day after the Bond Street tragedy. Those who know most about Lewis believe the handkerchief to have come froth the same place and to have belonged to the same owner. The theory established on the trial of mrs. Cunningham was i Ilid by a left handed person is also reconcilable with the left handed habits of Lewis. He was seen a he a plug Wood at Millstone with his left hand and the evidence on the coroners inquest on the body of or. Bowland showed the blow to have been struck by a left handed Man on that it was dealt from behind and Lewie
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