Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
23 Apr 1862

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23 Apr 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 23, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaJar a glinting its top xja3a�obciaoti�tpace35�, a atty and promptly executed at the advertises of Fiche Lebanon Fenita Tulia establishment is now supplied with an extensive assortment of Job Type which will he increased As the patronage demands. It can now turn out Fri Ana of every description in a coat and expeditions manner and on very reasonable terms. Suchias pamphlets checks business cards handbills circulars babes Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of pare invitations tickets ac., a. O died of All kinds. Common and judgment bombs. School justices constables and other Boaks printed correctly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for Sale at this office at prices a to suit the a subscription Price of Tho Lebanon advertiser Ono Dollar and a half a Var. Address we. M. By wok Lebanon a. Mill an cottage dwelling House for rent vote subscribers offer for rent. Hertzler a steam planing ill and saw Mill located Nearl Myor town on Tho Union canal and about t mile from Tho railroad.�?, this Mill lies two pair of burrs for flour and 1 pair for chop. Also cottage dwelling House i in the Road leading from Myera town to the Mill. Jarpe Eversion 111 be Given immediately or on the 1st of april next. John a donors Thomas , assignees of Levi Ile ruler. Myerstown february 19.1862. Private Sale. Puu subscriber offers at private Rale All that certain a x farm or tract of land situate partly in Pinegrove township Schuylkill county mid partly in Bethel town. Ship Lebanon county bounded by inn Sof Bek Art and Guilford Aycrigg i Douber tend others,,b Lorty eight Aeres and a Quarter with Theap Pui Miltena Cees consisting of a two Story log dwelling House weather boarded a Story log dwelling House a now tank. Barfly other Louvou dings and a new water Power saw met la por terms ac., which will to easy apply to to. A , agent. Ine Rovo april 20,18fift.t�. Ouf Ioir at private Sale will be io4 at private Sale s acres of land a situated in Lon Lana near the Borough line in Cornwall township. It adjoins be land of widow Fulmer on the North we. Atkins and John Krause on the East. There is a one Story log Itose weather boarded erected on the land and a Good Well in the the land has Fine Stone for quarries. This tract will make a Nice Homo for a Small family. M. It is Dee from ground rent. Good title will he two Adam Hitcher. N. tract is now covered with one grass half of which will be Given to Tho purchaser. Lebanon. Juno 13, i860.for Kent store room , a Meigle building a now occupied by re Zenstein a bro., As a clothing store. For Ater As apply Tours Sarah Lineaweaver or hire. Elizabeth 0. Wei Dylan. Lebanon Jan. Is 1381 _ 1aa aaa barrels of the a Lodi Manu Jiuu juju factoring , for Sale by Lodi manufacturing company-180 South wharves Philadelphia a. This company with a capital of $150,000, to e Mast extensive works of the Kina in Tho world and an experience of 2 years in with a reputation Long established having also control of All Tho night soil from the great Olty of new York Are prepared to Amish an article which is without doubt the cheapest Ami very Bat fertiliser in Quirke to. Price for t barrel Andover to so per barrel or Only $16 per ton. It greatly increases the yield and ripens the crop from two to Throe weeks earlier atan expense of from $3 to $4 per acre and with very Little labor. A pamphlet containing Alt the information necessary with letters from Horace Greeley Daniel Webster and a hundreds of Farmers who have used it extensively for Many years May be bad free by addressing a letter As above or James t. Foster 88 Oon Rolandt st., new York. Care of the Lodi manufacturing co. February 12,1862.-3m._____lebanon Deposit Banff. Cumberland itt one door met of Carmany to hotel. A Billy the following Bates of interest on for 1 gear and longer 8 per cent per annul for 8 months and longer i per cent per annul for 3 months and longer 4 per cent per annul rectum do a Short notice of withdrawal. Interest paid in full for the deposits from the Date of Deposit to the Date of a Prawel. We will also afford a Liberal line of a commo Datona to those who May favor is with deposits payable on demand. Win a Premium on Spanish and mexican dollars and also on old mexican Collar Nui half Vallary. M ill Mako Colla Tione on and re idiot to All parts of the United statue Tho Canada and Europe negotiate Loans ac., ac., and do a general Exchange and banking business. 0. Dawson Coleman president. 6�, 0�wj cd Luef. _ filhe undersigned Man m3�rs, Are individually liable to. Tjia extent of theft estates for Al. A Rosita and other a ligation of Ibe a lao Witos Deposit banx.�?�. Simon Cameron g. Dawson Coleman George smeller Levi Kline James y0cng,Augustos Boyd Lebanon May 12,1853. George shawls Woolen clothing of All Colore dyed fat Black or Blue Black pressed. Uni color warranted and Good turned out equal anew East butt Over. 4$� article Iota dyed Exalta left at Jos p. Lumber get a drug store where All orders for the above will to attended to. A feb. 8, i860.gmtjtjyt attorney at in Cumberland a Trout in the office of Hie father gen. John Weidman. Lebanon August 28, 1881. A prof. Woods Reston Tulve cordial and blood renovator p i p a Al o k is precisely what in name while pleasant to the Tasto it is re vilifying exhilarating and strengthening to the vital Powers to also Revivi fies reinstates and Renews the blood in All its original purity end thus re stores and renders the system Invulnerable the attacks of disease. It is the Only preparation Ever offered to the world in a popular form sea to be within the reach of All so chemically and Kahlil fully combined a to be Tho Moat pow Worful tonic and yet so perfectly adapted to Asta and to perfect accordance with the Laws of a a Tui of Ana hence soothe the weakest stomach and Tono up. The digestive Organ and allay All nor Boob Sod other irritation it is also perfectly exhilarating in its effects find yet itis never followed by in fuda aft Dep Rewlin it is composed entirely of vegetables and those thoroughly soothing properties and consequently can never in Jure such a remedy has Long been Felt to be a Desideratum in the medical world both by the thoroughly skilled in medical science and Alto by All who have buffered from debility for it needs no medical Killor knowledge oven to me that debility follows All attacks of disease and lays Tho unguarded system open to the a Tooke of Man v of the most dangerous to which poor humanity is constantly , for example As the following consumption bronchitis indigestion dyspepsia Doss of appetite faintness nervous irritability neuralgia a amp pita tin of the heart melancholy hypochondria night sweats languor giddiness and All that class of cases so fearfully fatal it unattended to in time called a Fem is weaknesses and irregularities. Also. Livor derangement or Torpi Dity and liver cent a Uinta diseases of the kidneys scalding or of continence of the urine or any general derangement of the urinary organs Fain in the am. Side and Between the should.�, Predix position to slight colds hacking and continued Congh emaciation difficult of breathing and indeed Fermi get enumerate Many More till but we have space Only to Ray it will not Only cure the debility following Chille end fever but prevent Ali a Klaesi a fitting from 51b Lunatic influences and cure Tho diseases at once if already attacked. And As it directly and Peraut Eutiky upon Tho biliary system arousing the liver to action promoting in fact All the excretion and secretions of the system to will infallibly prevent any Dell Terl Ous consequences following upon change of climate and water hence nil travellers should Hare a bottle with Thom end All should Tako a table spoonful at i East before eating. As it prevents Coet Teeuws strengthens the digestive organs it should be in the hands of All persons of sedentary habits students ministers literary men. And All ladies not accustomed to much out door exercise should always use if they will they will find an agreeable pleasant and efficient remedy against those ills which Rob them of their Beauty for Beauty cannot exist wit Bont health and health cannot exist will she above irregularities continue then again the cordial is a perfect mothers re lion. Taken a month or two before the final trial site will pass the dreadful period with per feet ease and safety. There is no mistake about l this cordial it All m Elam for it. Mother Irp ill and to you we Appeal to detect the e illness or decline not Only of your daughters to fire it a too late but also your Lone and Hue. Bands for bile the former from false delicacy to Down to a premature grave rather than let their condition to known in Tina the Lattorre often so mixed no with the excitement of bust Ness that if it were not for you they too would travel in the same downward path until too late to arrest their fatal fall Bat the Mother a always vigilant and to Yon we confidently Appeal for we Are sure your never failing of Recti ii win unerringly Point Yon Toft Ferror Woods restorative cordial end blood renovator As the remedy which a bold he always on hand in time of need. O. J. Wood by Duprie ter 444 Broadway new York a Root st. Louis mo., gooddf0 Gist also by or. Roll opposite the court Bohse Lebanon a Fotieo one Poller per Ottto. July 24,186l-ly. Eow. D h q 0 1 p 8 8 d i 8 i a a i 8 vol. Ibo no. 44. Lebanon pa., wednesday april 28, 1862.whole no. 670.sjmcb Loftsg. Hissing private we Linen Smith. Sergeant enter on your Roll a a missing private William 3mith.&Quot death is Bat a passing dream life a false and shadowy myth. Comrades close your gaping ranks 1 he was in the first platoon missing private Wyllian Bmith doubtless will be used of soon missing private William Smith led the charge that turned the Day i through the thickest of the fight. Step by step he Clove his Way. When i last saw private William Smith he was grim with smoke end Gore what if private William Bmith should to Beard of never More. A comrades 1 soldiers should not mourn he was every Inch a Man men have fallen in the fight Ever since the world began. Yet i would i knew for troth now the fight is Prat and done mining private William Smith has a wife and Little one. Would i knew that clanking a Bains Quot bound his Irmok Pamelea Over i would i knew april of Wall held his limbs though wounded acre i would Smith Bay be Hub Idof Fence again wounded captive so Ewt he be not of the name Leas Alan. Missing private William Smith has a wife and Little one she waa once a love of mine Ere my life had Acree began. I should hardly like to speak to her of so strange a myth when the War is Over As a missing private Wiliiam murderer s ordeal. A California Story. I was fond of the science of physiognomy. From my youth up i was noted for my Proe Litfiy for Reading the Eha Fecter of a Man from his f and i finally became such an adept in the Art that f Tofu old occasionally guess the very thoughts of the individual Whoso countenance i was studying. Soon after the Gold fever broke out i went to California and there i must confess among what else there was to interest Rae i had a grand Opportunity for exercising my skill upon All sorts of faces seen under All sorts of circumstances from the highest Triumph of Success to the deepest despair of failure. 1 first tried my Luck at digging Gold myself but soon tired of that arid believing i could make Money faster and with less labor i opened a kind of grocery and provision store and went regularly into the business of Trade buying most of my articles at Sacramento getting them hauled to my quarters and disposing of them at a fair Advance to the miners and others. My store As f dignified my place of Trade consisted of a rude Skeleton of poles with a sufficiency of cheap Muslin drawn Over them and pinned Down to the Earth Ana was stocked Only with the most Saleable articles of which Foo air pork and whiskey found the a Host ready Market especially whiskey. In the dry season it is very Dusty and every one seemed to be dry with a thirst which mete water could riot quench if a Trian was successful he wanted whiskey to bring his body no to the Altitude of his spirits if rinse cues soul he wanted Wii Skey to b ring i amp rip to the Altitude of Bis body if it Chi a cd to be Little Cool be wanted whiskey to warm him if it was very Hrit he wanted whiskey to Cool him he needed whiskey in the a born no to make him Bright and Active be needed whiskey at the night to rest him and make him sleep Well he wanted it when he bought and when he sold when he won and when he list when he stood up and when to sat Down in Short whiskey was the great regulator of All human feelings a the genuine elixir Vitae Aud consequently i did an immense business in whiskey. How this though somewhat irrelevant brings Rise to my Story. My store being headquarter of that locality for whiskey Aud provisions i was brought in Contact with nearly every specimen of the Genus Homo that ventured in that Region and such another conglomeration of White Black and redid such another mixture of gentle Nen labourers mountaineers gamblers thieves and assassins it would be hard to find outside the limits of California. Of course i bad a Chance to study All Borts of faces to my hearts Content but having As i have said become an adept in the Art an Ordinary countenance or a Man governed by Ordinary passions whether gentle or brutish did not interest me. I wanted to get hold of what is termed a Charae term or one whose external would give no indication of his internal to any but a Connors eur or one that would really Puzzle you to Tell what to think of him. It among the Many such an one i at length found. At first i did notice him did not think of bins. At a casual glance there was nothing so distinguish him from the Herd. He came in quietly unobtrusively purchased a Quantity of flour pork Aud Tea paid Lor the same in Gold dust and went but about his business. He repeated his visits at different intervals Perii aps sortie half a dbl in of times before he attracted my attention to any thing Peculiar in his appearance and then i should have been at a loss to known what i saw store in him at last Thryn . He was apparently about two five years of age of medium height and a slender figure of a dark complexion regular features with dark straight hair dark eyes and a Beard that covered the lower part of Bis face in All of which there was Moth ing remarkable nothing he was quiet not talkative had nothing to say except about the but siness he came on got what he wanted when i was disengaged paid for what he got like a gentleman and generally retired with an Ordinary a Good Day a or some similar civility. And yet As i have said he began to attract my attention at last and i began to wonder Why. Was it because be was so quiet reserved and gentlemanly and did not to Rhabe whiskey like the rest and occasionally get excited and boisterous 7 at ail events he bad begun to interest me in Jome Way and Tho very fact perhaps that i could not Tell How or Why let me into closer scrutiny a deeper study of the Man. After this i prolonged his visits As Long As i could without causing him to suspect i did so the things he had wanted i generally had some trouble in getting a and filling up Tho interval by remarks about the we Thor the of entry the Success of some the failure of others a in a word anything i could think of to induce conversation watching him furtively All the while. He answered easily and readily and yet with that Peculiar kind Reserve of that was not suggestive of tending to wards familiarity. His replies however evinced a Man of mind and education and i began to give him credit for being a thinkers perhaps a practical and selfish dreamer if i May usen paradoxical term that Best expresses my idea. One Day i scarcely know Bow i touched upon the general superstitions of Mankind acid to Ray Surprise i saw at last Fie was interested. His Eye changed expression and brightened and emitted strange and Peculiar gleam and attention being thus directed to use Eye i now Bethought that i had Novar seen one exactly like it one capable of being so apparently open Down to the soul while concealing so much. To was off its guard now the door was really open to the soul of the Many and i looked in at the door of that opening and saw that the Sou of that Man was a dark one. A nameless fear came Over me a strange Thrift gassed through me like an electric shot 1 Felt an electric shudder of no wonder i had not been Able to read him before the Man bad been wearing an impenetrable mask. I now had the key of the mystery and to him and i used it. He was interested in superstition was superstitious himself. Why Good men May be superstitious bad men always Are because they carry a hell of wild fancies within them. Thus it was with this Man As i could see by his Eye and i made his fancies work upon him. I told him stories of sorcery witchcraft arid magic of ghost hobgoblins and devils till he became Pale with fear breathed with compressed lips and trembled in. Spite of his great nerve and skill. It Good men As i have said Are sometimes superstitious Why you ask did l think Thia Man snipers to Titus also t first i answer because i had accidentally thrown him off his guard and read Hisson Ril and secondly because be was riot naturally nervous and credulous. Fear could Only a rage it Poi of get Sel Ljeon Victor knowledge of s Patzt relied deed. Tho Man was even Theu a criminal. But Jet to hasten along to the de no Kent. If Chi trip a Tifrit rip Osiier per upon was present alien this conversation occurred about Tho superstitious fancies of men and so. Soon As we were interrupted by the Entrance of another customer my dark Visi tor left somewhat abrupt. After that he did come As often Asue did before and i Espy renewed. The conversation that bad so Agi Fried him and never in fact entered into any other that he could possibly avoid. I kept my thoughts to myself but made some casual inquiries about him and Learned that be had been so fortunate As to secure a capital a Lead a from which his partner another Young Man he was taking out Grid in quantities that promised to enrich both and that both had the Good will and esteem of All who knew them. One dark night about Hope org Ray weeks after ibis i was startled and cries of a murder murder help help a i jumped seized my revolver and darted out into the open air. The cries and screams still continued coming from the River about a Hundred rods below. In a Minuto i was joining five others All Well armed and together we ran As hard As we could to Tho place from which the alarm proceed. When we arrived there at least thirty men were Colt leered in and around the tent of the dark Man i have been describing and he himself it was who had Given Tho alarm. His partner and companion had been murdered i Ted robbed and tap Lipini self had be it slightly Cut across the face and gashed on the left Arm a Kiel he was All excitement fomenting his Dearest Friend and vow ing vengeance against the it was some time before we could get it the particulars and then we learn that both Fiad been sleeping Side by bide when amp a unknown robber bad crawled under the Light can a Vass stabbed one to the heart and taken a Largo bag of Gold from under Bis head. With this he if Sis escaping when the present narrator awoke and seized him and received the wounds which had compelled him to relinquish his hold. Lights were brought Hud there sure enough was the Floodjr confirmation of All that had been related. I shall make no attempt to portray a a i in tense excitement the wild rage and which i this paring murder occasioned. Every Man Felt that if the Assassin escaped without Bis just punishment there would no longer be Security for any one in our hitherto quiet and peaceful Valley and solemn oaths were taken to hang. wretch if. Found upon the nearest Large Reward was offered for his detection and every Gambler that had Ever been seen about thereva is More or less suspected and i believe that bad.,any Man been arrested on the following Day he would have been hang first and tried afterwards. I said less than any for i had my own suspicions contrived my plot , and made a confidant of no one. A the murdered Young Man was As decently busied As surrounding circumstances would permit and his companion my pm a bilious Friend grew , with grief refused to. Tvorik his a Ead a More arid proposed sailing off Mil Rock and tools and quitting tile Gantry altogether. I think he would Onee Only that i that it woj ild not look Well to leave without an Effort to discover the murderer As some people might be malicious enough to say be knew something of the matter a and so get into trouble he turned Verv Pale and declared to fat he would stay a year if he thought try that Means he could discover the Assassin of his dear dear Friend. A on the second afternoon following the tragedy almost every individual in the Vicinity the Friend of the murdered Mart among the rest assembled at Ray store at my particular request. I had told them i had something to communicate concerning the foul deed and i thought it not unlikely 1 should give Thoni some clue to the Assassin. When All had collected and arranged themselves As i had directed in a Semi Circle before my door eager expectant excited i came Forward holding in my hand an then i made them a Short speech on the superstitions of Mankind which i contended had their origin in mysterious facts revealed from. I by other world by gods Good Providence for the Protection of the innocent and the Piini Ahmani. Of the Gnu Ltd. And among other things i mentioned How the ghosts of their victims would haunt the murderers compelling them to Roveal their crimes How land and see had beep known to give up their awful secrets and How a bad been asserted that if the guilty wretch should place his hand upon the body of the Man he had secretly slain the wound would bleed a Rebh. A a and nov Geo temen i con used a i hold in m hard As Uro a test a any i have named. This simple egg. So fair to the View contains the murderers secret. Let him but take it in Bis the frail Shell will crumble to pieces and show to All that it is filled with the blood of his you will exc use me gentlemen for putting you All to the test. We do not know each others secrets the murderer of the Young Raiteri we buried yesterday May be among us but Only the guilty need fear the trial the innocent will surely pass the ordeal in bar tried. A As is Aid this i fixed my face upon the foils visitor my suspected Man. I never saw a More wretched and ghastly countenance nor a. Or writer struggle in any living to keep a cd tra and unmoved exterior tithe egg began its round. Some took it gravely some lightly some turned slightly Pale and some laughed outright. Bat on it wont and came nearer and nearer to the Man for whom it was . T could Seg that lie was trembling that his very limbs were getting a a Hite. A it is your turn now a. 1 said at length in a cold Stern tone. A mine 1�?� he answered Riith a ghastly attempted at a smile. A Why Why should in i Tako it poor Wilson was my�?my�?friend4 Quot a let him prove so now a i eyes Are upon you. Take the ordeal Fierlit by heaven and prove your innocence if you car. He glanced hurriedly around. All eyes were indeed upon Hira and with looks of awakened suspicion. Be made one desperate Effort to be Calm a then seized Tho a fatal egg with trembling hands. The next moment it was crushed to atoms and his hands were wet and stained As if with human Gore a wild yell burst from the Era we. A despairing shriek came frown Tho lips of the guilty wretch and falling rather than sinking Down upon Bis Knees he cried out. A god of mercy forgive me ? i did kill him ,1 did kill hun i for Iago cd his Gold 1 of cursed Gedlu of cursed Gold of god of Hea Eti forgive me in a a and now Many before him a demanded i. A three 1 three i of god of mercy forgive foe a there was Anotte cd wild Yeti or rather howl of fury amp Rush like wolves on their prey and the poor wretch was seized almost torn limb from limb and dragged furiously away. In less than ten minutes from Bis Confessori tie was dangling from a neighbouring tree swinging by his neck. So died the murderer whose name i a amp vib suppressed because he had respectable Friend who Are still living i will Only add that believing him guilty i had previously prepared the egg putting red colouring matter in it expecting to see him crush it throw Bis of a Shper Natu Jal 1 a mph very the promised me the Reward for the detection of the murderer a but this l declined. Justice was All l had sought and this i bad obtained. Clandestine marriage of the Prince of Wales. However a ravenous a nos Toris the Prince of Wales whom i have alluded to but not As a lost sleep though he will be lost to the View of that portion of the. Public who will attend the opening ceremony at the worlds fair the cause of his absence from which does not Spring from the Princess desire of seeing foreign countries it from his approaching marriage with a danish Princess nor does ii. Arise from his love passages at Windsor but the reasons for Bis a Renee Are now sufficiently a the Prince of Wales is already mar the ingenious eldest son of her in mjg a by is at the present Moraver t and indeed for thelast six months has been married to a fair subject. The in the the $ or tri be a heart and recipient of his troth is a Beautiful Young hibernian lady whom he method fell in Loe with during the period of military training at the Curranh of Kildare in Ireland where a Hia Royal High Nosb had appropriated to hint a Little removed from the main Une of to Ftp i Jitich formed the Encampment a neat but with a pretty Little Garden attached to it. Though he had everything to make him comfortable there during the Idle Days and Long evenings he sometimes cantered off to see some of the leading Gentry of Kildare whose Demesne fringe the great Plain on which the Prince was stationed. To one of those houses in particular and which was inhabited by a family of ancient and almost historic standing his horse s head was often est turned and his visits became so frequent that they ceased to be format a nothing was suspected by the Princess mentors until one afternoon two Young ladies galloped Over tag Green Sward pulling., up Iri front of the Princess but arid the alacrity with which he came out to meet them and his particular manner to the younger one attracted the attention of an officer in High who happened at the moment to be calling on the Prince and who being a Veteran in love As Well As in War fancied saw some thing More than the Mere politeness of a Young Prince to a lady. Tho visits were repeated and they were also seen Riding about the country. However to Cut a Long Story Short in a a Ortrun Little Church not Many Miles from Newbridge the next town to the Curranh there were Ono morning United in Matrimony two Ope of whom was the lady in question and the other the heir apparent to the throne of great Britain the Only other parties present being besides the Clergyman a brother offi ear of the Prince and the brides brother. The late lamented Prince Consort was made aware of the fact just before quitting Ireland when they visited the lakes of Killarney in the autumn. By the Royal marriage i need scarcely say it such in would be unlawful but so wrapped up in this Beautiful Irish Bride is the Prince that this journey of his to the East which was determined upon before the Prince consorts death was a suggested by the to Ras a Means of weaning him front a a his foolish attachment Quot upon the principle of a out of sight out of but nothing will do the Young Princess a heart in travelled fondly turns towards a certain old mansion on the confines of the which holds a what is dearer to Bim than Bis i Turc ?1 a the fare object of his thoughts almost daily receiving Aletter from under her Youthful and Royal lovers advertiser. Of Cavafy led by Captain Locke lieutenant Mcquade of the general s staff plunge spurs into their horses and dash away in the direction of Tho descending balloon. Thereat of the Story in As l received it from the gen dial s own lips. While the rope was out he adjusted his Glass in readiness for his proposed View of the enemy s territory. A sudden bound of the balloon told him in a moment that the rope had Given he dropped i is Glass heard the Cali open the valve made the response Given above and set about looking for the valve. He was sensible of being flighty the general moves a Pun As Well As the next one but was not at All nervous. He saw the wind had taken him Over Tho line of the rebel entrenchments having no wish to drop in among them he let the valve take care of itself., and proceeded to take advantage5tff his pos note the aspects of rebel Obj Cia below. Crop Jivis of soldiers rushed from Tho Woods and tie Beard their luckily he was above the reach of the bullets so he was not afraid on this score. The map of the country was distinctly discernible. He saw Yorktown and its works York River and its windings and Norfolk and its smoking chimneys. A counter current of air struck the balloon and its course was reversed. Its Retreat from Oyer rebel Dom was rapid. Opened the valve the Gas escaped Anil Down he came. He cog id not say How fast he came Down but it was with a rapidity he would not pare to have repeated. The a car Ritro cd Tho top of a shelter tri nth under which luckily no one happened to be at the time knocked the tent into i and left him enveloped in a mass of collapsed Oil silk. He crawled out and found himself in the Middle of a Camp not one Hundred rods from general Mcclellan s i came mounted you see Quot was his remark to general , who was the first Man by Bis. Sile. He gave the details of his Aerial voyage to general Burns who Opportunity of getting off a joke could not lose the Opportunity. A you Are a suspicious character a remarked general Burns. A How so? gen. Porter. A a a in Tuffe space of half on hour you Pavri been taken up by a balloon and arrested by a shelter a and you have come Down Safe 1 see a broke in capt. Locke before the laughter at gen. Burn s duet of puns �?o1 came with this cavalry company to look you a you ought to have sent flying artillery after me Quot rejoined general Porter. Ski a a a a of tsp to narrow escape of gen. Fitz John Porter in a balloon. It Damp a Yob Tbs at v Yorktown ya., april to 1852 / the exciting event of the Day has been a balloon reconnaissance by gen Fitz John Porter on a scale of rather larger magnitude than we san. Tended. At 5 o clock in the morning generl Porter look his place in professor Lowe s balloon. To supposed the usual number of ropes were attached to it. Whereas there was Only Ono and a place in this As was after wards ascertained had been burned by vitriol used in generating taking his seat in the Cor. Una com panted by any one the rope was let out to nearly its Lull length the length a about nine Hundred Yards when suddenly snap went the Cord and no went the Baljo a a a a i i unexpected Pho f the i of Faronie. The men below looked rip with astonishment and the general looked Down with equal bewilderment. A open the valve a shouted one of the men below. A a in la manage it a responded the general. To. Imp went the balloon higher higher. It Rose with great rapidity it huge form lessened As it wildly to tuft edit rtt a the regions of the upper air Utji it became a speck in the ski. The wind was taking it in the direction of the enemy a territory. By this time every staff officer and hundreds of others were looking at the moving speck. It is impossible to describe the anxiety Iek and expressed for the Fate of him the Central object of thought in that far away moving speck every moment becoming less visible. It Ilieen to move in our direction Tho countenances of our men brighten with Hope. It passes Over our Heads. Soon it begins to descend but with a rapidity that arouses re viewed ap>reberi8�ons.lqui�k�y a to cd a family paper for town and you nary is fainted Ann published weekly. By to m. A Beslin a so Story of Funck a new build log. st at one Dollar Aud a fifty cants a year. 2w Isa arted at the usual rate a a Fite friends of the and the Nubuo Png a ally Ara solicited to Send in the amp or oilers. Is handbills printed at an Bora Netiea rates of p0sta8e. In Lebanon county potage a rry. In Pennsylvania nut of Lebanon Donn to 3j cents Fai Quarter or 13 Sente a year. Out of this state Bijj cts. Per Quarter or 28 Eta. A year by Testa lbs it it rid a amp Dvane. Rata Are donw,.1. Inches High and is taller than any european nation of which there Are measurements. A the is tailor than the belgian by several Jebel Tahereh amp the e a Glispi and even Tallar than the scotch highlanders. The i g i l an d e r a however exceed the american round the Chest and the whole the stoutest. Id complexion eyes and hair the Light predominates Over the. Dark. The prevailing hair is Brown and the prevailing eyes Gray or Blue. In on word the native american is a modified German of the time of Tacitus and such he ought to be from his a Buffal lady who Eia ims to know a a what a what a advises that Young men and women be set up in before they Are allowed to. Be of Gage. And that the Young woman shall Wash and mend and dust and that a infant shall be Pic cured from the Hospital and that she shall have charge of him in addition to her other duties. She is of the opinion this process would a a disenchant the . A do you believe in fore runners a asked a lady of Deacon la. A yes May am a replied the Deacon a a in be seen them a a bless me sex. Claimed the lady a do a yes a continued the Deacon fixing Bis eyes with a solemn stare on a dark Corner of a room a a a see one Nowin a. A mercy on Rae in shrieked the lady a where a a there 1 there a said. The Deacon pointing to where bus a yes were directed. A that cat May am May be called a forerunner for she runs on Ali fours.�?�. Or. W. H. Russell has written disparagingly of the american army now lot me Tell you what he said in the sincerity of his heart to a Friend of mine. A Pennsylvania regiment was passing his window and the Twain were looking at the troops whereupon or. Russel spoke in substance As follows a a not in England or Franco not it Italy Russia or India have i Ever seen such Well proportioned and healthy men and All things considered Sculp splendid materials for an army As Are presented by that regiment which is in reality Only an average specimen of Tho american forces generally. The common food of your troops is such that no european soldiers Ever receive and what is wasted in your Camps would feed an immense army finder the economical management of French or russian generals and while few european soldiers receive More than Quot a sixpence Pel Day the yank and file of the american array receive the or Neely of thirteen dollars per month. And considering the Short time that your army has been in existence its present efficiency is to me a these opinions were sincere and not uttered for effect and it is a pity for his own Sake that or. Russell did not write More frequently in ibis Strain. A boy st. Louis correspondent of the times relates the following incident in Tho prison Hospital at st. Louis. A Little drummer boy was evidently dying a lad spoke to him asking if he wanted anything. A no a was the feeble answer but Ivil i .k.sf, look at the kind Falt a Over film he. Said his Mother had sent him from the Mississippi to fight and defend her he did not regret it but wanted to see his Mother. He gave his name and his Mother s address still look wistfully As if there was something in Fiji mind. At last he said my Mother is a. Good woman too a she would treat a poor sick prisoner kindly and if she was with your son she would kiss him. A i will kiss you int boy for your Mother a said she. She its sed Hini and in 8� few minutes be died., a in Erfy a. A a i. The physical men of commissioner of statistics . The state of Ohio in his annual report gives the following of the phys ii by of the Infin of Ohio. A the com missioner says that professor Henry and himself have been several years engaged in defining the american Man by Accra rite tie Siire Menta. He Quot presents Only a Inchon these As go to describe accurately Tho men of Ohio. A for the Pepose to gives Ihei Neas rement of 300 Farmers miners and labourers in several counties of �?~230-others in eleven villages and five com panties of Kenneths cavalry Quot All native americans. The following appears to be the general result the Man of nip and one third inquiry answered. Tanking skis with the hair or fur . D. of she Nango county n. Y., wishes to know How to tan skins with the fur on. I will give him my plan As Fol lots a. 1 Stre cd and tack the a Akin spreading off a i Loose and fatty substances then work in plenty of com chair rubbing hard with a round ended stick cover it Well and Lay it bin a dry place until the Chalk pulverizes then Brush off the Chalk and rub in. Plenty of finely powdered Alum. Roll it up dry As possible for a few Days when All will be soft pliable and durable. Old maid. Another correspondent says a in answer to a a. D. Re concerning hides with the fur on i would say that All Small hides , sheepskins included cart be tanned very nicely by a sin a a Irvng solution of equal a quantities of Alum and Salt dissolved in moderately hot water and applied Tio the clean Side of the skins by the use of a Brush after which Rod up the fur Side out and Lay away for four or five Days when the tanning will be completed. Alter which they must be rolled and worked in order to make them soft. Cannon Anisa and shows that the discharge of heavy artillery is usually followed by rain. The Battles of the French armies were succeeded by copious Rains that rendered Small streams impassible and at the Battle of , a storm of such fierceness arose that the conflict was suspended. The same result attended the Battles of our present after general Mcclellan a four different Battles there were heavy. Rain3 on. The following Days respectively and general Beauregard in his recent report of Bui run says that he was prevented from Fob lowing up his Victory by the heavy Rains on the Fol Iowia Days. At fort done Sou the bombardment on Friday was followed by a rain on saturday. A love letter picked up at Manassas yesterday conveys the information to a Swain in the rebel army that his sweetheart had Cut off her , and that All the girls in to lib Orleans Institute had performed the same operation. The reason Given for the proceeding was. That the Giris in Virginia so a mourned for their sweethearts that their hair fell out to. An extent which rendered the to sorial expedient necessary. had better go to any place of amusement than go Home whining because he can to go1. _ a a a a ��rri-4�e7 its loves and hates. Borrow trod answers. Houft and fears regrets and Joys manhood. How lost How restored the nature Treft Treut a to to or of or seminal Fttie finns uni debility and Imp Edum its to a carry go Rem truly nervous amp nera. Cosimini pts on. Fits mental and plays Iraq incapacity. Resulting from s 1�lv-abusk�?me fully ear Plain a 111 the Mart Lagos uu1dk. By we. Y0�on9, 31,1. This most extraordinary Book a Botilde be in Tho bands a if every Young person contemplating marriage and every Man or woman who desires to Umil to number of to Weir offspring to their circumstance a. Every pain disease Aud Soho Juc denial to month maturity and old age is fully explained every tote of Fonow it Edge that should be known is Tere Given it is full of my gratings in that. It discloses secrets Otsy Job should know Btl it a a Book that must be locked no and not he a Bou Ihu House la will to sent to any one on the receipt of Twenty five Euis in specie or Posta Stamps. Adduces drum. Young no. Iio of kure Street above fourth. Philadelphia. 49 and no matter but May be your disease before you pm Elbe Yoti self under the. Care of any of the notorious Etc a a so fail in or a o m this or any other paper get of i. Voting s Blok and Cadd it will bit the me tue it a Virg yen May a a our Yuuji Bea lab. Und possibly you a a a. Or. Young Cun be consulted in ony of the diseases described in Ida Public Cru a at he of fluff no. Spruce Street above of court. I Mia Dolphia. Office hours rout 9 to it 3, duty. Wlm Glisby amp Kise Iii feral hrs res. The Sals of flour Grain heed died fruit but ter eggs Chi Ese Foutty it amp Cut 102 Warren Fet new Iora o. Weigley a keori2e. a can Penn Lyon amp Noys new it it avid a Mcknight. Ref Diug. Up. In la i. It Reculin. Lebanon . Alien . By. William Olnage now Park in Listz. Cent ten Obilio it Kauffman a Kitaw a no so std lag. A. In be amp Shepard new York Vav / a co Erie a. John films. Ane town new York,.iunuarv 15.1s62. Jambs t. Young ,r 1tter, Walnut 8trbj5t,1�ttt door to a s. Ely Soi a March 13,1881

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