Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
16 Apr 1862

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16 Apr 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 16, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaQuot Ada Pava to aah of Oatan a Oceisa to �?Tap5,led with in a it Olive a Morment of Job Type which will How Nurt Sih cd on to in Peru Inge demands it in a Row urn out pro Ntina of a very description in a noot and expeditious manner and on Lory reasonable Tenay. Such so pamphlets Cheeks business cards handbills circulars labels Sill readings Blanks programmes Bills of pare invitations tickets &e., amp of. A 4� dam it of ,.common and judgment bosons. Bohol justices constables and other buses printed Lorre Tolj and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for tale at this office at prices a to suit the times a a subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and a half a veer. Address War. Is. Be sir Lebanon pm. Steam Mill a a. A and a a cd my be do Honse the subscribers of error rent 1 a steam Gianino Mill and saw Mill located Nearl , pm the Union canal and1 about i mile from the Kai this Mill 111.� two pair of Barrs for flour and 1 pair sir chop. _ also cottage dwelling House a my Cletos the "w4 a Quot swim the Stica Lodi Jim Dlf or 00 John a. Donors Thomas Bassler. A v assignees of Lari he tiler. Mye Wtown. February is. 1882. Pro Vale Sale. Of pub subscriber offers at private Sale Alt that a Cutalo x Fatmi or tract of land situate partly in Pixie Grove township Schuylkill county Aud partly in Bethel ship Lebanon county hounded by Landsom Felt Jim Ert and Guilford Benjamin. Aycrigg Daniel kit Dauber tend others contain Tagore Hundred and Hgt forty eight acres and a Quarter with the Nippur 8 v _ or Power if str Mill for Toraiff which win to easy apply to g. W. Matc�i1n, agent. Pm Poprovo april 20,185ft.-tf. Ont tools at private Sale will bal sol d at pro Valo Sale. 8 acres of land situated in Long Lane near the Borough line in Cornwall township. It adjoins the land of widow Fulmer on the North we. Atkins and John Kraus on the East. Thera is a one Story lob House weather boarded a noted on the land and a Good Well in the the land has Fine stones for Quad Rob. This tract will make a Nice Home for a Small finally. It is free from ground rout. Good title will to Giren. Adam Ritcher. To. By this tract is now covered with Fine grass half of which will be Giren to the purchaser. Lebanon june 13, i860. Tol. 18�?no. 48. A Kollock a dandelion Coffee pilots preparation Tufe from the treat Java coffees la x. Recommended by phys fontis As a go Petigor Mutlu to la tvs blk vet tags a for general debility Dysep Patat Landau bilious disorders. Thousands who have been compelled to abandon the use of co Foo will Uso this without injurious effects one eat contains to atre iut h of two pounds of Ordinor Coffee Price 25 cents. A a s Lieut tin a a Tho Forest and Best baking powder known for making Light Sweet and nutritious Quot bread and cakes a Price 25 Cetar a a _ _ w by it a. Misc Kollo of chemist Corner of Road and Chestnut streets Putian Laruia. And All Pru Golste and grocers. Lebanon pa., wednesday april 18, 1882. Whole no. 669. Farmers acid others take notice. For Kent Ettore Roost no 2, a Eagle building a now occupied a by r it Zenstein ltro., a a clothing store. For a i terms apply Tours. Sarah Lineaweaver or mrs. Elizabeth of Weidman. Lebanon Jan. In 1882. I in non barrels of the Lodi Manu juju us fact bin a Poudrette tor Salo by lot manufacturing company a 180 South whats Philadelphia a. Tills company with a capital of $150,000, to e most extensive works of the Kii id in the world and an exit of 22 year Alq manufacturing with a reputation Long established having also the exclusive control of amp a the night Adit from Tho Grant City of new York Are prepared to furnish an article which is without doubt Tho cheapest a cd very Best fertilizer in a rect. Price for 7 barrel ind Over $750 per barrel or Only 410 per ton. It greatly increases the yield Aad ripens the crop from two to three weeks earlier atan expense of from $3 to $4 per acre and with very Little labor. A pamphlet containing All the information necessary with tetters from Horace Greeley Daniel Webster and hundreds of formers who have used it extensively for Many years May be had re by addressing a letter As above or. James t. Foster 68 Cour Hindt Sty Pfow York. Care of the Lodi manufacturing co. February 12,1862.-3m. Lebanon Deposit Bank. Cumberland err to one door East of it Trtanj t bold. Ill to following rates of interest on for 1 your an longer 8 per cent per annul. For 0 months and longer 4 per cent per annul for 9 months and longer a per cent per Annam requiring a Shore notice of withdrawal. Interest paid in full for Trio deposits from the Date of Deposit to the Date of withdrawal. We will also a afford a Liberal line of a those who May Feivor us with deposits payable on demand. Will a Premium on Spanish and mexican dollars and also on old Meric Andol Lart and half dollars. Will make collections on and remit to All parts of the United states the Canadas and Europe negotiate Loans ac., a and do a general Exchange and banking business. A. Dawson Coleman president. Gio. Giza cashier. The undersigned. Managers Are individually liable 10 the extent of their estates for All deposits and other obligations of Deposit Bass a Simon Cambron. Al. Dawson Coleman George Smuller Levi Kline James Young Augustus Boyd Lebanon. May 13.1868. Georoe Gleim. Mrr1acie. Its loves and hates sorrows and afters. A Hopes and fears regrets and Joys manhood How list How restored the nature treatment and Radical cure of sperm tor i Boea or seminal weakness involuntary emissions sexual debility and impediments to marriage generally nervousness consumption fits mental and physical in capacity resulting from self abuse Are fully explained marriage guide by we. Young at a Tilv most extraordinary Book should be in the hands of every Young person contemplating marriage and every Manor woman who desires to limit the number of their Ofik Pring to their circumstances. Every path Clarase and ache incidental to youth maturity. And old age is fully explained every particle of know pledge that should be pm Jan is Here Given it is frill of engravings in fact it discloses secrets that Svety one should know t Stilli is a Book that must be locked up and not he about the House. Ii will be sent to apy one on Tho receipt of Twenty five cents 1u specie or postage Stamps. Address or. We. Young no. 418 Spruce Street above fourth Philadelphia. ,. Tag afflicted and unfortunate no matter what May he your disease before you place yourself under the Oare of any of Tho notorious Quac amps Mia Tive or foreign who in this or any other paper Fet a copy of or. Yonng a Book and read it t will to the Means or saving you Many a Dollar your health find possibly your life. Or. Young can 1�consulted on any of the diseases described in his publication at ills office no.418 Spruce Street above fourth Philadelphia. Office hours from 9 to 3, daily a _ a the a Only preparation that has stood the test of years Ana grows More and Hove popular every Day a and testimonials hew and almost without Nam a bar might be Given from ladles and gentlemen to ail grades of Odets whose United testimony none could reeled that prof. Woods hair restorative win restore the Bald and Giay and preserve the hair of the youth to old age to All its Youthful Beauty. Battle Creek Macli Dea 21st, 1858. Phot. W00t> thee Wilt please accept line to inform thee that the hair on Ray Bead Alt foil off Over Twenty year ago i Uekert by a complicated chronic do sonic. Attended with an eruption on the head. A continual Sorse of Elfering through life having reduced me to a state of dependence i have not been Able to obtain stuff for saps neither have i been Able Todo them up in con sequence of which my head has suffered extremely from cold tie induced Rae to Briggs amp Hodges almost the Laet cent i had on Earth for a two Dollar bottle of by heir restorative about the let of August Laet i have filth fully followed the directions and the Bald Spet is now covered with hair thick and Black though Short. It la also coming to All Over my head. Feeling confident that another Large bottle would restore it entirely and permanently i Leol anxious to persevere in its use and being destitute of Means to Purchase any More. 1 would ask thee ii thee Wsul det not be willing to Send me an order on thine agents tor a bottle and rec intr to thyself the a crypt Are declaration a the Reward is to Tebee who Are kind to the widow and the fatherless a a by Friend Susannah Kirby. Log Oiler Noble co., to Faoa. Feb. 8th, 1858. Tor. O. J. Woons dear sir in a a latter part of the year 1862, while attending the state and National Law school of the state of now Yolk my hair from a cause unknown to me commenced foiling on very rapidly so that to the Short space of six months the whole upper part of my Scalp was almost entirely bereft of us covering end much or the remaining portion upon too Side and Back part of my head shortly after became Gray so that you will not be surprised when 1 Tell you that upon my return to the state of Indiana my in or casual acquaintances were not so much at a loss to discover the cause of Tho change to my App Estanco Ossi More intimate acquaintances were to recognize me at at onco made application to the must skillful physicians in the country but receiving no hmm them that my hair could again be restored was forced to become reconciled to my Lute until fortunately m the latter part of the year 1867, your restorative was recommended to me by a druggist As being the most reliable hair restorative to use. I tried Oua bottle and found to my great Batia fiction that it was pro duo tog the desired effect. 81 that time i have used seven dollars a Worth of your restorative and a a result have a Kwh coat of very soft Black hair which no a is my urk of my your labor and. Skin to the production of so wonderful an article i have recommended it use to Many of my friends and a who i am Happy to inform you Are using it with like effect. Very respectfully yours. A Julixa attorney and counsellor at Law. Depot 444 Broadway and sold by All dealers throughout Uia world a a t. A the restorative is put up. To bottles of Taw six a of i luge it medium. Sod boo amp it tvs Small holds a plat band retails for oos Dollar pot bottle the meal m bold at least Twenty per cent More to proportion than the email retails for two Gollata a bottle the Large v bold a quart 4u per cent Zufra to proportion and re mile for 93 a bottle. O. J. Would 00., proprietors. 444 Broadway new Yoskit Aad Llott forget Titrent. St Jjones to i a 8ow by or. B088, and by All Good a Faem and fancy Good dealer july 81, it la wow the undersigned having purchased the entire establishment of a major brother will manufacture and keep on hand a Verv generals Othu font of machinery and farming implements bomb racing improved four House Powers and threshers railway horse Powers and threshers morgans Independent steel wire tooth Horn Kake Stu Mats Patent fodder Straw and Flay Gutter cast Iron Field roller. Grain fans Hay elevators Clover hollers Corn sheers by hand or Power Corn ploughs and planters. Cultivators a with a variety of the Best ploughs in Nosef amp a. A the above i Acibes Are of the latest and Best improvements and Are All warranted to give satisfaction. Gift Tifft of Alt kit ids made of order. A and at Short notice. He also manufactures steam in and Mill work in general and pays particular attention to repairing engine and machinery of All kinds. A Ahe invites All to Call and examine the work at the machine shop on Pix Donavs Street Lebanon. As All orders or communications by mall will be promptly attended to. D. A Karmany v Lebanon Lebanon go., a. Lebanon August 8,i?g0. A. Ivo appointed a. Major amp brother my agents for the purpose of carrying on the above business. D. 51. Karmany. Tlle me bakery �1�ie unders Taueu would Respo Cipully inform the Citi rods of Leontiou that he has commenced the bake Fig business in ail its varieties at his stand on Cumberland Street. Lebanon. Jeanv opposite the Buck win shop la customers with the Best bread cakes. A Ite. Flour received from Enst omers and returned to Thom in bread at Short notice. Coniclio Miles of a kinds fresh and of the beat Quality constantly on hand and r s de at he lowest pricey. The Public is my a a Al. Leb non nov. 9,13�9.of . a cloth Tia factory. Thankful for past favors the undersigned respect fury informs the Public that he continues to carry on Bis manufactory in East Hanover township Lebanon county on As extensive a scale As Ever. It is unnecessary for him to say Mure than that the work will to done in Tho same excellent style which has made Bis work am name known in the a or Roux Diug country. He promises to do the work in the shortest possible time. His Roano amp chary is in Complete order and be flatters himself to be Able to Render the same satisfaction As heretofore. He Manuec tires. Broad and narrow cloths Gass Netts blankets White and other flannels a in the Best manner. He also cards Wool and makes Rolls. For the convenience of a is customers Wool and cloth will be taken in at the following place six at the stores of George a Pyle Lonser amp Brothers George Uei Toofil and at the new drug store of Joseph l. Lemberger near the Market House in the Borough of Lebanon at the store of shirk amp Long in North Lebanon at s. Gosh cd to Ebethel township at the Public House of William Earnst. Fredericksburg afr the store of s. E. Bickel in Jonestown at the store of or. Wet incr Bellevue at the store of Martin Early Palmyra at these oreo or. Zimmerman East Hanover Lebanon county. Ail a Oriale will be taken away regularly from the above places finished without delay and returned again. Those of his customers who wish stocking woo carded dyed and mixed can. Leave the same White at the above mentioned places with directions How they wish it prepared. Grim customers can order a he stocking Wool to be prepared from the Wool of Tho undersigned which will he done and left at the desired places v n. B. It is desired that those having Wool carded will the Cash therefor at the above named places. Lyon Lumberger. East Hanover Lebanon county july 17 1861. Blanket a shawls Elotis Woolen clothing of All colors dyed let Black or Blue Black pressed warranted and goods turned out equal to new by Lyon le5iberger,. East i Jover. Ask articles to be dyed can be left Atje a. A. Lamber of Fern a drug store where All orders for the above will be attended to. Feb. 8 i860. National hotel. Latell tote Swan race Street above third Phila. This establishment offers great inducements not on a on is count of reduced rates of boarding but from its a enrol location to the avenues of Trade As Well is the conveniences afforded by tie several passenger railways running past and contiguous to it by which guests can pass to and from the hotel to the different Railroad depots should they be preferred to the regular omnibus belonging to the House. J am determined to devote my whole attention to the Comfort and convenience of my guests. Terms $1.25 per Day. I d. 0. 8iegrist, proprietor formerly from Segl Delotel Lebanon a. T v. Roam clerk. Phila., March 12 1862. Mutual fire insurance company Oil aunt ill Lebanon county Penn a. Tilts company was Infix a porn Ted March. 1850, and is up in. Full operation and ready to make insurance of dwellings und other buildings on Eurn tuve and Merchando generally. Also on Burns. Contents Stock farm i my Lemons. A on a Mutual principle. A a manage Khz. To Hristian Bachman a Samuel Seabold Willlam Early jr., John ii. Kinports George b. Bor Gardner George Riglay i. A a Gorman. Jobu Allweis a Seoi up a Jonesi Rudolph Herr o it d. Belter. Joseph f. Mati Tel s. Lurly. A a a it toxin Allwein president ri.d0i.pn Hebr. Treasurer. Joseph f Mats. Secretary. A Fly inc la a Boll travelling Trent. Jacob agent Fredericksburg. An Niile March 6, l862.-ly. Phoenix looking Glass and picture Frame mainilactorv5 a nos. 221 East Twenty third Street 17� ii 17o Gran Street amp 21& Centro Street. Established 1838. New York. Established 1888. This establishment has been in successful operation 24years, and is the Lark Stop Ihu kid m me United states we have on hand or Mannli Coture to order every de script of a of Lookin Ola i Ciure a pol trait frames Plain and ornamental pier wan Oval st mantel glasses. Canned la ing cornices Ese and bracket tables with Marble slabs toilet glasses amp Cut j $6 amp a a Mould no por or curs Frambs in Lon Pihs suite Oblo for . Either get a amp Runny a Rosewood Oak. A amp Bra. Birdseye. Mahogany. A. Our new Slauf Tchory and extensive fact lilies enable us to turkish any article in our linens Good m the Best and As cheap As the cheapest., a a dealers Are invited to Call upon us Whan they visit new York Wedum Tobe Ablo to sup ply to Quot he with every article in on they can pop up Lily require at Price lower thaa they 9�a Pter cd few0 Dera by mail attended to with promptness. Do not fail to Call when Vou hit new York. Nav office and Ware Rooma. No. 315 Centre st n. Y. Horace a a Sigler agent. New York Mofreh 15. L86i3m�. _ James ii. Kelley sign of the Mammoth watch is Matt build mrs. Cumberland Street Quot. Lebanon put ,. Ffer8 to the of bloc an elegant and extensive Assort of Paris styles of Fine jewelry i Obi stick of Diamond. Ruby Emerald Pearl Stone Cameo Knam Loil Abri and etruscan Coral breast Pine ear signs and Finger bings. Gold chairs of every style and Quality. It a a ,. A a a a a English French. Swiss and amen cd i it Uola am Silver watches of the must approved and celebrated makers. Clocks of every description. A Large variety of fancy goods. Paintings vases pc the Stock will be found among the largest in this Sec Tina of Pennsylvania and has be a selected with great care from the most celebrated importing and manufacturing establishments in new York anus hot amp Delphi amps Kep Teiso done at the shortest Sotire. And most Workmanlike manner. A a it of. My Public Generah Are invited than sex amid Stoa at m snaps re Stoch Keli Gay. Gtd psf tie a wifi Csc Lebas of july 8, hr1 o 1 Quot a. Quot it a Iofi go amp Eti Ngeu a family paper for town and country is printed and published week l by we m. Breslin. 2d Story of Funk a a new building Cumberland a j i at one Dollar and fifty cents a year do advebtise31b>t8 inserted at the 1 he friends of the establishment and the Public Gene j ally Are i respect filly solicited to Send in their orders. J 4��iiandbills printed at in us urfa hot de. Rates of postage. A a in Lebanon county postage free in Pennsylvania out of Lebanon Punty cents be 1 Quarter or 13 cents a year. 7. I out of this state cute. Por Quarter or 26 cts. A feel if the in stage in not Patin Advance rates Are Donal a a Good credit diet me show you one of theft meet pieces of cloth 1 Havo seen for the last six months said a smiling store keeper to a Young married Man whose income from a clerkship was in the neighbourhood of seven Hundred dollars. Done to trouble yourself or. Edwards a replied the customer a the Silks and buttons arc ail 1 \ a of no trouble at All or. Jacobs a no trouble at All it is a pleasure for me to show my goods said the storekeeper drawing from the shelf the Piebe of cloth he had mentioned and throwing it upon Tho counter a a there a he added Asho unfolded the Glossy Broadcloth and clapped his hand upon it there is something Worth looking at and its cheap As dirt. Only four dollars a Yard and Worth six every cent of it. 1 bought it at auction yesterday at a great bargain a its cheap enough certainly a remarked Jacobs half indifferently As he Bent Down to inspect the cloth but i be no Money to spare just now. A done to want any Money replied Edwards a at least not from such men As you. Jacobs looked up into the Roans face in some doubt As to his meaning. A your credit is Good said Edwards smiling. A credit in be no credit. I never asked a Man to Trust me in my life returned the customer. A ill Trust you to half that is in my store a was answered. A thank you a said Jacobs feeling a Little flattered by a compliment like this. A but in to no want in the dry goods line to that extent. A skein of silk and a dozen buttons for my wife Are All that i require at present a you want a new coat a replied the persevering1 storekeeper and he Laid his hand upon the sleeve of Jacobs coat. And examined it closely. A this one is getting Rusty and a Man like you should have sombre gain a to his personal me see. Two Yards of this Beautiful cloth will Cost but eight dollars and i wont Send in your b ill for six months. Eglit dollars for a Fine Broadcloth coat 1 bargains of this sort done to grow on every while Edwards talked thus he was displaying the goods he wished to sell in a Way to let the Rich Glossy surface catch the Best Points of Light and his Quick Eye soon told him his customer was beginning to be tempted. A ill Cut you off a coat pattern said he taking up his Yard stick a i know you want it. Done to hesitate about the matter. Jacobs did not say no although it was on his Tongue. While he yet hesitated the coat pattern was measured off and severed from the piece. A there it is a came in a satisfied half triumphant tone froth the. Storekeepers lips a and the greatest bargain you Ever had. You will vant trimmings of As he spoke he turned to the shelves for padding lining silk &e., and Whilo Jacobs half bewildered stood looking on he Cut from one piece and another until the coat trimmings were All Nice Laid this done or. Edwards faced his customer again rubbing his hands from an external feeling of Delight and said a you must have a handsome Vest to go with this of course.�?T. A my Vest is a Little shabby a replied Jacobs As he glanced downward sat a garment which had seen pretty fair service. A if that a the Best one you Havo it Witk overdo to go with a new coat a said Edwards in a decided tone. Let me show you a Beautiful piece of Black satin.�?T. And Iso the storekeeper went on tempting has customer until he sold him a Vest and pantaloons in addition to the coat. After that he found no difficulty in Selling him a sick dress for his wife. Having indulged himself with an entire new suit he coi ild not upon reflection think of passing by his wife who had Bee wishing for a new dress for Inore than six months. A can to you think of anything else ? inquired Edwards. �?~1 shall be Happy to Supply Ilia Everyou want in my line. Not Long More i believe a answered Jacobs whose Bill was already thirty five dollars and he had to for making his coat Pant Alcious and Vest. A / a but you will want various articles of dry goods. In a family there is something called for every Day. Tell mrs. Jacobs to Send Down for what Ever she heed. Never mind about the Money. Your credit is Good with me for any amount when or Jacobs went Home and Lold his wife what to had done she a reflecting woman was delighted a i wish you had taken a piece of Muslin. To want sheets and Pillo v cases a you can get a piece a replied j a cob 8, a we won t have to . For it now a Edwards will Send the Bill at the end of six months and it will be easy enough to it then.�?T. O yes easy enough responded his wife confidently. So a piece of Muslin was procured in the credit account. But things did not Stop there. A credit account is too Eften like a breach m the canal j the Stream is Small at a first but soon increases to a ruinous current. Now that want had found a Supply source want became More clamorous than before. Scarcely a Day passed that or. Or mrs. Jacobs did not order something rom Tai store not dreaming simple souls Tab an alarmingly heavy debt was accumulating against them. A a a 1 As to the income of or. Jacobs it was not Large. He was As has been intimated a clerk in a wholesale store and received a salary of seven Hundred dollars a year. His family consisted of a wife and three children and he had found it necessary to to prudent in All his expend Pitres in order a to make both ends meet. Somewhat Independent in his reefing to had never asked credit of any Orte with whom he dealt and no Otic offered previous to the tempting my Cement. Held out by or. De warps he had regulated his. Outdoes bjur his actual income. T by this moan so he had Mir Nagid to keep even . World though Bot to gain any advantage on the Side of Fortune. Let us see How it is with him at the end of six months under the new system. Lets see if his Good credit has been of any real Benefit to him.-,. To was not so very pleasant to have things comfortable or for a Little display without feeling that the indulgence drained the purse too heavily. And weak vanity on Tho part of a a a cobs was gratified by the flattering opinion of his honesty entertained by or. Edwards the storekeeper. His credit was Good and he was proud of the fact but the Day of reckoning was apr opening and at last it came. Notwithstanding the credit of the dry goods there was. No More Money in the Young clerk s purse at the end of six months the beginning. The. Cash that would have gone for clothing when necessity called for addition to the family wardrobe had been spent for things the Purchase of which would be omitted but for the fact that the. Money was in the purse instead of the , and tempted needless expenditure. Quot. A / As the end of six month credit approached the mind of Jacobs began to rest upon the dry goods dealers Bill and to be disturbed by a feeling of anxiety. As to the amount of this Bill he was in some uncertainty but he though t it would not Fie less than forty dollars. That was a Large sum for him to owe particularly As he had nothing ahead and his current expenses up to has was now for the first time in his 1 i be that j acobs Felt the nigh t Man e Pra Saure of debt and. It see tied at times As if it suffocate him. One evening he came Home feeling More sober than bad Tbod to of Little else All Day besides his Bill at the meeting his wife he saw that something was wrong. A what ails you Jane a said he kindly. A Are sick no a was the simply reply. But her eyes dropped As she said it and her husband saw that her lips slightly quivered. Something is wrong Jane a said Tho husband. It tears stole to the wife Scheek from beneath her half closed lips the bosom Laboured with the weight of same pressure. A Tell me Jane a urged Jacobs a if anything is wrong. Your a Enneis alarm me. Arc any of the children sick a a of no no. Nothing of quickly answered. A but but or. Edwards has sent his Bill a that was to he expected of course said Jacobs with fenced calmness a the was Only six months. But Bow much is the Bill 1 his voice was unit cad Asho asked the an Hundred and Twenty doll Ais and poor mrs. Jacobs burst into teams a impossible 1�?Texclaimed Tho startled husband. A impossible Bereis some mistake an bundled and Twenty dollars. Never ��?�1-hero is the Bill and mrs. Jacobs Drew the Bill from her bosom. Jacobs glanced eagerly at the footing up of Tho Long column of figures Sheie Wen nurse gals to of one Hundred and Twenty dollars. It can t be he said in a troubled tone. has made a mistake a so i thought when i first looked at the Bill mrk jacobs1 recovering Hei Seif yet speaking in a tremulous tone. But i am sorry to say that it is All right. I have been Over it. And Over it again and i cannot find an error. Of. Dear How foolish i Havo been it. Is so easy to get things when Tho Money is not to be paid Down. But i never thought of a Bill like this Biever Jacobs sat for some moments with u5s eyes resting on. The floor. He w a is thilking rapidly a so much for Good credit be said at length taking a Long breath. a fool have i been. That running fellow. Edwards to the wind Vaid of int completely he knew it to got me u his books he would Cei mainly secure three dollars to. One of my in one Quot beyond Hatho would get by the Cash Down system. and Twenty dollars in six months Ahmo Are we any happier now for the extra dry goods to have procured ? Nota hit our bodies have been a Little better clothed and our love of display gratified to some extent but has All that wrought a compensation for the pain of this Day of reckoning,��.i- a a / poor mrs. Jacobs was sent sadly was she repenting of her part m the Folly to hey committed. A Tea time oame but neither husband nor wife could do much More than taste food that Bill for a Hundred and Twenty Del tars bad taken a Sway their a a Pento the night that followed brought to neither of them a very refreshing slumber and in Tho morning the Quot awoke sober minded and Little to conversation. But one thought Quot Zvab in the mind of Jacobs the Bill of Edwards and one feeling in the mind of his wife self reproach for her part inthe work of embarrassment. A what will you do a said mrs. Jacobs in a voice that was unsteady looking into her husbands face with glittering eyes As she Laid lie a hand upon his arms causing him to pause As he was leaving the Bouse. A in a sure i done to know a replied the Young Inan. Grooming by. T shall Piave to see Edwards i suppose and ask him to wait. But i in sure i had rather a take a horse whipping. Good credit i hell sing a. Different song now. For a two longer the husband and wife stood looting at Eash other. Then As each signed heavily the former Turied w y and left the House. His Road to business was past the store of or. Edwards but now file avoided the Street in which be lived and went a whole Block out of his Way to do so. A a How am i to this murmur a fid the unhappy Jacobs p us i g in h 3 work for time As he Sut by to us is Auu gave is Inonu up to troubled thoughts. Just at this moment the senior partner in the establishment came up and stood beside him. A will my Young Friend said he kindly a How Are you getting along a Jacobs tried to smile cheerful As he replied a pretty Well but his voice had in it a touch of despondency. A let me see a remarked Tho employer after a pause a your regular year is up to Day is it not a ,. A yes sir a replied Jacobs his heart sinking More heavily in his bosom for the question suggested a discharge from his place business having been Dull for some time. A i was looking at your account yesterday a resumed Bis employer a and find that it re drawn up too close Llave you nothing ahead a a not a Dollar i am sorry to say a returned Jacobs. A living is expensive and i hav six months to feed a that being a he Case a snid the employer As you have been faithful to us and your services Are valuable we must add something to your you now receive seven Hundred dollars.�?T. A a yes a. A a we will Call it eight Hundred and a sudden Light flashed into the face of the unhappy clerk seeing which the employer already blessed in Blessing another added a and it shall be for the last As Well As for the coming year. I will fill 3�?Tpu out a Cheek for one Hundred and fifty dollars As the balance due up to this the feelings of Jacobs were too much irritated to Trust himself with Oral thanks and he received the Check which the employer immediately filled up. But Bis countenance expressed his grateful emotions. _ a lit to while afterwards the Young Man entered the store of Edwards Why met him with a smiling face. T be come to Settle your Bill said Jacobs. A you Nordn t have troubled yourself about that replied Tho shopkeeper though Money is Al Ware acceptable the Monck was paid and Tho Bill receipted. When Edwards rubbing Bis bands an action Peculiar to him when m a Happy state of mind said a and now what shall i show j7ou ? a nothing was too Young Man s reply. A nothing 1 a Don t say that replied Edwards. 1 be just got a Beautiful lot of Spring goods t be no More Money to spare answered Jacobs. A that is of no consequence your credit is Good enough for and amount. A world too Good. I find answered Jacobs beginning to Button up his coat with an air of a Man who his pocket Book and feels disposed to look Well that his purse does t follow in the same unprofitable direction. A How so what do you mean asked Tho storekeeper. My Good credit his taken a Hund red and Twenty dollars out of my pocket replied Jacobs. T Dun t understand you said Edwards looking serious. A a a it s Plain Case answered Jacobs. A this credit account Atje our store had induced myself and Wile to Purchase twice As Many goods As we would otherwise have bought. That has taken sixty dollars out of my pocket and sixth More have been spent under temptation because it was. In the purse instead of being paid out for goods credited to us on your books. Now do you understand me 1 a a a a a Good morning. Or. Edwards said Jacobs. When i Havo Money to spare i shall be Happy to spend it a with you. But no More Book accounts for to Wise will they be who profit by the experience of or. Jacobs. Those credit accounts Are a curse to people of moderate incomes and should never. Under any pretence be opened. The horrors of War Winchester. God Turg Vethe Tho following from makes one shudder. A it n t u d Sec so i is Al plunged us into tins Man 6 Aline h is it enou�.1 i it of Tho exalted Christian for such forgive Ess As that a the scene of the Coonfi it is terrible. Civili Psi Are generally prevented from visiting it for the present. It is impossible to describe Tho present scene so As to give a realization of its Ghast Liness and terror which any one to a Blush not to perceive while walking amid the remnants of humanity which Are scattered bodies in All Tho frightful attitudes which a violent and unnatural and lacerated perhaps often beg rimmed and Tiack Ajo scattered Here and there in Fie aps had crap red away when wounded t3 a comfortable place to die. To it it men/1 a almost covered with Straw in.9 which the Chad scrambled until death released them. In the Woods Tolu of ugh which our troops had to pass charge tie rebels lie the largest lumber of our dead and be to Ltd of Cajio other Side of the Wall ff�ibqi��.? they poured their volleys of Halls at our men Large numb Isol the rebels lie pierced in the forehead of face us they Rose above their hiding Placo to shoot at the Federr is. Libere is a Peculiar Ghast Liness in the appearance of the enemy a dead. Did not their dress distinguish them their faces would enable any one instantly to Tell which were Federr is and which not. One. Would think were an indians to very dark had they become from their exposure sleeping without tents As they did for a Long time at Tinq beginning of the year. A in the court House Are placed a. Large number of the wounded our own and the enemy a without discrimination and in several places in town hospitals have been established since the Battle. It is difficult to compel ones self to dwell Long enough upon the scenes witnessed there of the by. Ing and dead to give them a faithful description. Surgeons and a then Dant Seave been constantly at labor rest in attending to the unfortunate soldiers in the hospitals. Yet after All their efforts it was Long before Many of the wounded could be properly eared for and their wounds properly dressed. The court room was filled with the sufferers lying upon the floor Soma by that it Ivas difficult to pass about among them. Among them was the Confederate Captain Jones who had both eyes shot out and whose face covered thickly with clotted blood presented the most repulsive and pitiable sight which one could Well be hold. Some from loss of blood were a wan and Pale and some from the injuries to the face were swollen distorted and discoloured. Some indeed were chief Fuhan dry joining that while their comrades were Many of them so seriously injured their slight wounds would soon heal and become honorable Sears testifying their patriotism and loyalty. But the majority of those which i saw were dangerous wounds handsome were to suffer amputations Atid their fellow soldiers about them suffering from their own wounds were obliged to listen to their cries and groans and to hear the grating of the surgeons saw a premonitory of their own hard 1 saw Many in the agonies of death. One who was raised end seated half upright haunts me now with ins Pale sorrowful countenance. He was almost dead and every moment would raise his head open his eyes and stare vacantly around As if he would assure himself that he had not yet lost All Toffi sense of sight. Here Aiso Lay some who had just bed m d is i passed to i Juh the Hall a Gray haired guard resting up i on his Musket with a solemn grave countenance was standing beside a j Nubuor of dead in the attitude of a death struggle each with a paper pinned to his clothing stating the name regi a ment. Dec., of the deceased the Way Ihry kept april fools Day inn y Cuy. Nyimi the Xea Toroc the first Day of april has for Ages been marked w the Certa n Cei monies How Uliey originated or when Tho first of the Day took place has not been decided by. Either historians or antiquarians. Borne authors ascribe it to in Eastern or Hindoo oif a in others to the Early Davs of Hume. Amp a. In Europe it has been kept up irom the earliest known Ages and been made i or. This Day the subject of practical i jokes., accompanied in England by j the remark of an a april fool in Scot-1 land an a april gown in France a Wei Poisson David. Amp a. In America the Dav is to some effect still kept up. And Many a finely dressed lady or a princely attired Young Man might have been observed on tuesday Pri Unen i dog Bio Adhav with a Kite Tail i other inelegant ornament attached to a then garments. Occasionally a written placard would appear on some person s Back with the words a april tool written thereon and Many a luckless Wight would be sent on some a fool s errand to a distance Only to find at the end of his journey that he had imperfectly recollected the Day of the month. A a a a a. But the Best joke of All that came before our notice arose from a number of persons receiving through the fail the following invitation a intimation to. Roof. De a gka5d Moodu Jet and musical fes Irval -. A a at the Central Park. On inc Day opening next it Gideon a Al band of 89 pieces will perform at intervals. Concert at Alf Poat 7 p. M Ornston at 9-prof.de Fleory Fil orb fat for Tho first True in this country he a colossi i Lac moment Tho camera lun1cita. Frn Vins his perfect control Over the Innar system no. G8b. Ticket k $2. L a Uskok. A a admit bearer to occur nil Park to Leo Trio Moon lao. / f i Rke a this in bleat As Obeso. Inv Talionis were printed 111 eat i is a d is ills u i i. Had appeared in Stiver of the papers about the concert a number of per. Sons last evening visited the Jark to Ltd witness the extraordinary sight ant Bear the music. On reaching the Park Gates inquiries wore made about the exhibition of the Gate keepers who replied that no official informal Tion had been Given them relative to the concert amp a. A at the sixth ave nue Gate a Young Man not Cort Necter with the Park stated to applicants that he a believed it was a private Enterprise that it would take Plant Neaily the a ramble a a a and across the Park the visitors went. Every Bright reflection in the sky was taken by them to be the location of the intended exhibition but like the Glare of s Distant fire the nearer you approached it the farther off it seemed. Every ear was strained to catch the sounds of the Distant music but All that could be heard was the croak Inge of some Early Bullfrog or the yelping of a the dogs who Are kept by the owners of the Superb Villas in hollows along the Eastern Western and Southern Borders of the half past seven and even eight of clock passed and no other band was heard. Several Small parties of visitors who entered the Park by different routes met on the mall and by an inquiry of each other where the concert was to be what says our ticket a inquired one. / �?~2�o location Giyen was the reply. A it must be near the water a was the Sage remark of another.,. A perhaps and off they went in a body. After searching about in vain one remarked with a laugh betraying sudden enlightenment a this is the first of april a then we have been fooled a said one. A that a so a said another. A a Good joke remarked a third when All but one joined in a merry chorus of laughter. A i done to see it said the one who did not laugh. A i Board at Williams j Burg. I has lost my supper and had to Jot one Down town. It Cost me five cents to come up Here it will Cost me another five to go Down again and 1 doubtless shall arrive at peek slip just in. Time to miss the boat and shall have to wait half an hour. I done to see the a never mind a said a philosophical individual a we have had a Good walk so i think we have the Best of the fun.�?T. A if 1 had the fellow who played the trick a remarked a music Loving Teuton a id choke him with a talking of lager replied a Good natured fellow a let us go and take a drink and ill stand treat for being so fooled a and off they went the Wil Liams Burger still growling. ,. A Young Damsel who had been apparently invited by heir Lover to hear the music and see sights gave him a round lecture for fooling her As Well As himself. A its just the was you Al Vaj a serve me a said she with a pout. He expostulated and pleaded ignorance but she would not be pacified. Nine Loek came but no Moon. The illusion was a delusion. If we were to de cube All the scenes of disappointment to could fill More space than we can Well spare these War times but we can safely say that some enjoyed a the sell while others did not and the merriment of Tho former was Only heightened by the rage of the latter. All however agreed that they had been made individually an april in Justice to the Railroad companies it is but1 fair to say that they wore also fooled into placing the stand which did not . Victory at Lahd no. 10, to tee amp i is c thou a Sand prisoners the spoils immense a innumerable Cannon and Small . Camp equipage. Dec., a the. A the operations of gen. Pope below Island no. In. New \1admd Apul 7�?the gun boats Ca Rondlet and Pittsburg Winch ran the blockade of the River on Friday and sunday Niglis. Were exposed to All the rebel batteries but not a shot struck either boat. Gen. Pope Lias succeeded in getting four steamers and five barges by the Channel Cut through the swamps from Phillip s Landing above Island no. 10 a a the Lxii Ordinary and herculean task As ass i to to to b atoll with his regiment of engineers and mechanics. And has been Well executed it was essential to the Erus big of the enemy and the capture of the Island. Yesterday the gunboat. Ca Rondlet made a Deconno Ishanee by order of gen. Pope to ii Isonville. The object being to clog in the fire irom the masked Batty Crisp kid # in Enid a Largo number of batteries were discovered at or near each a our troops could land. continuous fit e of a msgr guns All Day the Carondelet attacked one Batterson Hei Way up the River and Lewia a Marshall Aid to gen. Pope. A cart a med by some soldiers of the Twenty seventh Illinois landed spiked the guns Bike the carnage and threw to in rebel ammunition into the River. All returned to new Madrid in safety delighted with their excursion. This morning the gunboats Caron Delet and Pittsburg proceeded by or Der. To the Point selected by general Pope for his forces to land two hours. A mod. And the guns a faked. At Eki i i Ink to first div Mil f a i i j ii i is i f ref a try Atid t l k Abib Al by a i j fit i j 1 a vhf ii issued to e Jar i 11 v d 1 \ Bia lev a Sion under gen Granger the Bolo Crotz de the River in the face of Nha and m three batteries were

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