Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
3 Dec 1862

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3 Dec 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 3, 1862, Lebanon, Pennsylvania a it in gtd promptly at to or 81 ave amp times office Lebanon pent a a to a a. 9� Typ amp which will to increased a t5io Patrut ugh demands. It can not thru out . Of tory description m a Noat Titt a a a Vitious ring inc and on very reasonable terms. Streli us paid Phletus Choksi. Business cards Tea fid Jill circulars labels Bill headings Blanki programmes Bills ref far invitations tickets. &c., Tea. V Dir let a of All kinds come inn and Julg Anent icon pm. School constables a and other Blanks priced correctly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for Aale at this office at prices a to suit the subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser due Dollar and a Hal f a year. Address wat. I. Bresgun Lebanon a. B Blanket shawls loth Woolen clothing of All colors dyed Jet Black or Blue bark pressed tic color War muted had Roods turned out equal to new by Lyon Lemberg Reast Hicri Over. A articles to be dyed can be left at Jos. L. Leather ser to drug store where All orders for the above will be attended to. Fob. 8,18gg. Market Street hotel a a Sorner Market and Chestnut streets Lebanon. John Mattres proprietor. Bavins taken the above stand Long occupied by sir. Leonard Zimmerman. I will spare no pains to a nuke the travelling Public who Stop at it perfectly Forf Ortale and invite All to give me a trial. The Louse i Large and Well arranged. The table supplied with the Best seasonable edibles a he bar stocked with the choicest liquors Aud the stabling Large and commodious v John Matthes. Lebanon april 9.1802. Bank notice. Quot a Tostige is hereby Given that the president and do Ali rectors of the Lebanon Bank intend to make up plication to the legislature of Pennsylvania at their a text session for a renewal of the charter and an Extension of the privileges of the said Bank now Oujo Yed with the same Itan adv title location and capital of $200,000. Ii Ostler. I a. Ui1ler, cashier. Lebanon pa., Judi a 25 182. amp no. 37 Park pm new York amp a state. It to. A a Orr agents for the a a advertisers in those a a x cities and Are authorized to take advertisements Hud subscriptions for us at our lowest hates a May 21, 18g2. The new bake it a i Rihr undersigned would respectfully inform the Citi-1 ecu of Lebanon that Helms commenced the bake ing business in All its Vario Tiea at his stand on Cumberland Street Lebanon nearly opposite the Ruck hotel and will Supply customers with the Best bread cakes. Ac., a. Flour received from customers and returned to them in bread at Short eries tit All kinds fresh and of the Best Quality constantly on hired and furnished at the lowest prices. I a trial. To Public is invited to give me a lob Noil nov. 9,1s�9. F. H. F.bu41. Miss Atkins �?�\1t0uld respectfully Anu once to the citizens of by Lebn Tilott and Vicinity that Sli e has a ported a fast tunable and Mantua making establishment in Market Street 2d door above Kilili. A new Stock just received afro opened for inspection a embracing a full assortment of silk Crape and Straw bonnets Bonnet trimmings ribbons Flowers a Lebanon april 17, pistil. For Sale or Exchange. Flimie undersigned will Suh or Exchange Fisl h Small it farm. His desirable House and lot of ground. In East Street. East Lebanon. The House is d new two Story Brick with Kitchen attached Jall Well built and Well arranged who fall conveniences. Also Cistern. Bath House smoke a oust All kinds of fruit Trees. Ac., Quot to the premises. This property if not sold will be exchanged As above. Good and indisputable title Given. For further in fornication apply to James x. Rogers tinsmith Lebanon july 1g, is 62. Henry amp Stine have now opened tii Kir Large and very handsome assortment of Ohal Fres striped. Plaid and Plain Mozambique shop tired Walds Challi Delaine foulard Poppins. A. A. Also a full Stock of mourning As Tam marines barges Cape Morete. Grenadine barges. A Al Wool Delaine Tjia ivies. A. Ac., which Are Worth 4ookiug after Lor they Cert july Are a great bargain. Slack and White Cuene Poppins Black and Plain plaid Poppins Lilac Blue and Green plaids Black arid White Delaine. Joclin plaid Poppins Rich , a a. A Silver mixed Poppins very handsome at the Gedden sign of Henry amp. Stink Corner of Cumberland and Market a cruets. Lebanon May 14,1862. Latest news of the cheapest and Best goods Ever sold in Lebanon 11bools shoes Hals Caps Tine nude reigned has opened one of the Best As 1 sort ments of a a cats Caps boots sti0e3, trunks 111 Tea t Kling bags. Ac., of All kind % f Handoff the Best Materia which he will Sel i at prices to recommend them to purchaser. Of the hats he has quite a variety of new styles embracing the Washington Stanton Burnside Dupont. Mcclellan Straugham and Monitor Ilat. Very Beautiful and very cheap. Of Caps he has a Complete assortment of All the. New styles got up in Superior Fauner. With sue finish women misses and Chii Mrena a Balmoral gaiters Congress boots slippers and All other kinds menus and boys Balmoral. Oxford ties Washington ties Congress boots and All other kinds worn by them including boots and shoes of the different varieties at his cheap store i n Walnut st., next to the county prison. J83f thankful for the Liberal encouragement of the Public heretofore i would invite All wishing anything in my line to Cal and examine my Stock before making their purchases. Jus. Bowman. Lebanon april 23,1802. A 1�. Ca taken and work made at Short notice. Berk. Pav1p 8. I.0no. A hew firm. A cheap Cash store and Hilling and Grain business. Drink undersigned having formed a partnership in the j. Mercantile milling and Grain business would respectfully invite the attention of the Viablic to their establishments. They will Eon Tiue to beep at the late stand of Selkuk .geesa31an amp Long a most Complete Stock of All kinds of goods usually kept in a country store which Uliey will retail cheap for Gash or country l Kong Chi they also want to buy for Cash $0,000 bushels of wheat 30,000 bushels of by. 20,00.0 bushels of Corn 25,000 bushels it if Oats. For which they will the Behest Market they will also take gain on Sto Baoe. The i 1 keep always on hand and sell at the lowest prices Coal by the boat Load or by the ton Alt kinds of Mill t Judd Salt plaster a they solicit the business of All their old friends Ami the Public Aud will Endeavor to Deal on such Libra and just principles As will pc to g North Lebanon Farch 19,1s62. _ a fits fits fits. All. Etc Kiev has removed Bis no. 1 tailoring. to no. 3, North Walnut Street 2 doors North of j. Georges store and directly opposite the court Blouse up stairs where he will continue to neatness 4 and Dis Ratcli. Part Idular attention will he paid s3 to Cut two gird waking children s clothing ac., Juc a he solicits a Conti Eutice of the very Lilas la a Ronnoc thus far extended by the citizens of Leb Knob and Vicinity. All kinds of stitching done on Rea Soublo term son oneof.1. M. Singer s sewing machines. All work warranted and entire satisfaction guaranteed Lebanon july 3,-91 ii i vol. 14�?no. 24. Lebanon pa., wednesday december 8, 1862. Whole no. 70�?T2. Elijah Long acre Josh q. Orel. Lebanon door Sash and steam planing located on the steam Trouse. Hoad near Cumberland a Street., East Lebanon. A pipe undersigned respectfully inform Al the Public in general that they till manufacture and keep on hand door Sash shutter blinds flooring weather boards o gee Spring. Mouldings of nil sizes Wash boards. Gating. Surface cornices and All kinds of building materials fur houses. To Aho construct the latest and most improved Stair casing and hand railing suitable for Large and Small buildings. Quot we now invite Farmers mechanics and builder to Call and examine our Stock which we will warrant to give entire satisfaction to All who May favor the undersigned with their custom Lon acre amp Gabel. Lebanon april 23,16g2. A i. is air of All kinds of turning at the same Milf. Planing. Sawing ac., promptly done for those who May furnish lumber. Fashionable tailoring removal. 11/f Sci Gael Hoffman would respectfully inform jul the citizens of left Hon that he has removed his tailoring business to Cumberland Street two doors East of Market. Street and opposite the Eagle hotel whore All persons who wish garments Shade up in the most fashionable st Teand Best manner Aro invited to to amp. To tailors a list received and for Sale the and Philadelphia report of Spring summer a tailors wishing to fashions should fat the subscriber kno a of the fact so that lie Cah make his arrangements a amp Ardih Givy michj2l Hoffman. Lebanon Aphel 10,1861. O. Weigley co Mlls Lon merchant Bon Iii Sale of butter eggs cheese tallow lard poultry game dried fits amp a. No. 170 Abe Street one door above Washington new York references Robb k Ascough new York alien amp brother do w. Selfridge esq., do Jones c Shepard do so Ftp son Labacz k Farrington do Samuel g. Johnson do . Breslyn esq., Lebanon be. L. Betz cantos Ohio w. C. A Curry amp co., Bankers Erie a. Lion. John Stiles Allentown a. October 29,1852. My i in it fancy furs John far it Lra. Below eighth Side a . A a a Lilija Tnp Teh Sun fat Breil of Ami do Auer in All kinds of fan ii Fuis 2sfe for ladies and Tjw wild s rents Wear. I desire to Ray to my a a egg. For tends of Lebanon and surrounding counties. To at 1 i Vesov 1nt0re Jug Safe it one of the and most Reao Tifful Assort -7- Gnu its of All kinds and tip Fastov furs fur undies and children s War Tollit will do work doing this full and Winter. A furs were Pinchi ised in i Urr the previous to the str Row tech pfc \ d to a a new duty imn used a he the fir it or Anent. V Enlil a lao flt to. Hint a a on m Quot s a Abts i in for it it Prives to Whit Trio goods �?�111 offer it �.Quot s.uw.1.h.1�. For to f0 no a Ort nil sell them i i state of the a of the county y. Fauter Hnz sorbet 4 Banic u Fareira Joseph , Juh tact 1 the Scrive Biog bu8lnbb8 Buci t a a a �c., at 5lortf?, my two doors a South of the his i ill a a if of for ouch of Offel a it a be in i orb Xvi ,. Cost to but. It w. A or Yurs ant sell them at the a new Rife to the state of thu affair. National hotel late White Swan a. Race Street above third Phila. Runis establishment offers great inducements not on july on account of reduced rates of boarding but from its Central location to the avenues of Trade As veil As the afoot de by tins several passenger railways Rabi Piug past Imd contiguous to it by which guests can pass be and front he Urie to the different Railroad depots should they be preferred to the regular omnibus belonging to the Loti so. I am determined to devote toy a it h to the Comfort end convenience of my guests. Terms $1 25 per Day. To it. A amp to Gist prop Victor. Formerly from Eagle hotel. Lebanon a t. , clerk. _ Phila., March 12, is62. Word Coal posts rails amp a rpm Fri undersigned have fire Haspod the Coal and Wood 1 Yard of Daniel eight Sletty in it in in Luijt Street. North a Bramm Borough near the Ungott , Frh no they will constantly keep on hand a Holige Supply of a la kinds of Coal which they will sell / wholesale and retail. By the Boatload or by the ton. Also Cord Yod Hickory. Oak amp a. Also Chestnut posts and a hols which will be sold in Large or Small quantities at the most reason Able prices. Coal or Wood will he punctually delivered lev tilt undersigned to any place in town or Vicinity. The Public Are invited to Call and satisfactory and punctual attendance will be Given. I Ian Grain Grain wanted. Any Quantity of Grain wheat Bye Oats cd to cart ver and Timothy seed will be purchased by the undersigned at the highest Market prices for Casio or in exch Ridge for Cost Wood. A. Jonathan obese Man Ciuci Stiak o. Mill a. April 24. 186-2. cloth Iise will be sold at a. A extremely Eow prices. I a Bek one of the firm of in her amp bros., has. Taken the Stock of Lemly nude clothing at the appraisement which will enable him to sell lower than anywhere else can be bought. Cd a and see for your selves before you make your f ill Purchase. A sutures doors West from court House. Lebanon sept. 26,1861. Henry it ankh. The Federal government. President Abraham Lincoln of Illinois. Vice president Hannibal Ilar Lin. Maine. Secretary of state William ii. Seward new York. Secretary of the Treasury Salmon p. Chase. Ohio. Secretary of War Edwin m. Stanton Pennsylvania Secretary of the Interior Caleb. Smith Indino. Secretary of the nary Gideon Welles Connecticut attorney general Edward Bates Missouri. Postmaster general Montgomery Dicair Maryland. Chief Justice or supreme of urls Roger b. Taney Maryland. A associate justices James m. Wayne Georgia John Catron Tennessee Samuel Nelson new York Robert c. Grier Pennsylvania Nathan Clifford Massachusetts n. H. Stavne Ohio and two vacancies. Speaker of the House of representatives Galusha a grow Pennsylvania. Clerk Emerson Ether huge Tennessee. President pro. Tem of the Senate Solemon foot Vermont. Secretary of the Senate John w. Forney Perraza. Gone nit in chief of the army George b. Mcclellan. Ohio. A government of Pennsylvania. Governor Andrew g. Curtin of Centre country. Secretary of the commonwealths Eli Slifer Union county. Deputy Secretary Samuel b. Thomas Delaware co state treas i Era Fly try d. Moore Philadelphia. Auditor cd amp a he Thomas e. Cochran York county Surveyor go feral a Henry Souther. Elk cps Tity adjust kit Genera be. M. By die Phil Vul Len in. Quartermaster . Hale. Lycoming co. of common school a Thomas h. Burrows Lnu Besfer county. Judges of supreme court Walzer to. A write Pittsburg chief a Justice George w. Woodward Luzerne county Jawis is Thiompson Erie county William Strong Berks county to amp it m. Read Philadelphia. Public 0fficeks of Lebanon county. Representative in Congress a. A. Kitlinger Lebanon. Senator Amos Boughter ii Billon. Assembly Isaac to golfer Lebo ii a. In a Juen judge John j. Pearson her Raiburg. Associate judges William rank so Atara Thomas Kramer attorney John Weidman Lebanon. A Deputy District attorney Grant we Daimi Lebanon. Sheriff Jonathan Binder jacks Frt. Deputy sheriff Rorge w. Houck Lebanon. Coroner�?wiliiur>3. Nuber Lebanon. Prothonotary and clerk of Oyer and term inert Lenry Siegrist. I Banou. Deputy prothonotary tames w. Ebur Lebanon. Register Henry Brosa. Union. Recorder and clerk of the courts John ii. Miller North Lebanon Borough. Clerk of the Orphaus court Andrew Light North Lebanon. A Deputy Lei a a John Benson North Lebanon. County commissioners Simon Boltz Union Robert Evans. Cornwall Jacob i umber. South Lebanon. Clerk of commissioners cyrtus shirk Lebanon. Counsel Levi Kline Lebanon. It Mentan Tilo loser Union. County treasurer John Altwein South an Viilo. Deputy treasurer John w. Allws in s. Annville. Directors of the Pooie James Benson. North Lebanon John e. Bow run Londonderry Elias it a Boru be the Stew aril of Trio alms House Edward Rolder South Lebanon. Treasurer David Bowman Lebanon. Physician or. William m. Guilford Lebanon. County auditors Andrew Fox South Lebanon Ulrich Burkholder South Annville . Notaries Public Adam Rise John w. Miah Jacob Weidle Lebanon. A a to. County superintendent of Schod a Henry Houck Lebu no few Rio a Lehi Uon Honky president John w. Glon Liffor cashier. Edward a. Uher Teller Conrad Mark Loik Cyrus Rex directors John w. Glow Auger Dame a Der a d g Loninger Joseph Bowman. M. W., Joseph by to pm Fem j. S.,.jpnl , Churles Greenawalt a a. .p_v?._ urn Iona in Job Slifert scr John Georue t t. Worth David Kar Roani John Light s. S., David m inf in William shirk Josiah Zuttek Joaeph Dowman Berichard Llan Cli Geo. Ligler Chi us is. Krall Christian Lyntz Joseph s i Tomberger. _ cd to Deposit oleum. A Cim Hier a Eorge Gikiu. It Elk Jacob u nun. Managers Simon cd Merom g. Dawson go us. Ifer a i Kline jollies to nag Augustus Boyd George Gulemi. Clocks. Thirlo hey fight thirty hour clocks just received at j. J. Blair a jewelry store. Lebanon a. A a i fights Mit i met him again he was trudging along ills Knapsack with chickens was swelling head a Obten Koreda these dainties and thought it no wrong from ?onv4 absent secessionists dwelling a what regiment s yours Aud under whose Flag do you fight a said to touching his shoulder turning slowly around lie smilingly said a thought made him stronger and bolder a a a fights Mit the next Timol new him his Knapsack was gone ills Cap and canteen were miss i it a Shell shrapnel and grape and the Swift Rifle Ball around him and o her him were hissing. you my Friend Aud Bow have Yon icon and for what and for whom Are you fighting a he said. As a Shell from the enemy a Gnu sent his Arm and Bis Musket a kit of a. I fights Mit Aud once Nibre i saw him a and Knelt by his Side his Lite blood was rapidly flowing i whispered of Bouie. Wire children and friends the Bright land o which he was going a and have you no words for the deat Rouea at Homo the a wee one a the father or Mother a a Yaw Yaw a said lev Tel them if Gate a poor fellow he no other. A i fights of file we scooped out a grave on the Banks. Of the Clear Bright River. His Home and his Kindred alike Ara unknown Ilis Reward is in the hands of the giver. We placed a rough Board at the head obis grave and loft him alone in his glory but 5u it we marked Ere we turned from the spot the Little we knew of Bis Story a i fights Mit generals or Ilie Southwest. From the Chicago Tribune a Louisville nov. 6,1862. Don Carlos Buell is five feet seven inches straight Well built Gray haired perhaps forty five years of age. In his Intercourse with his subordinates he is cold rather pompous maintaining an air of superiority in accordance with his position. He Speaks deliberately with exceeding caution. When he finishes his conversation which is generally Brief you Are no better informed of his real sentiments or wishes than when you commenced listening to him. His friends claim for him great administrative Powers but concede that be is not up to the times in vigor and dash. He is very methodical in the details of his department to tied when asked to Render an account of its condition can do so very quickly and concisely. I think his great Ness if he has any is on details rather than in front of the might be a belter Man than he is a and 1 Hope he will. general William Starke Rosecrans is about five feet eight inches firmly built a his shape displaying his German origin his motions fire Lii Elf his mind almost intuitive. His Inge is ii bout forty two. His face is weath if won but bears a warm cordial slide which never leaves it. When conversing he looks you Square in the face. Theft is no air of superiority in his manner he approaches you As a Friend talks to you As a Friend and bids you Good Day As a Friend. His orders to officers Are Given with a pleasant recognition of their rights. He cannot but be popular it is constitutional. He has cow a big Job on his bands but it will be done in a soldierly manner. general Thos. B. Crittenden son of Hon. John a is perhaps thirty eight years of age five feet nine inches Little in form and Active in motion his hair eyes and Beard Are quite dark his face weather beaten bearing a Strong resemblance to his fathers. Gen. C. Is mild mannered gentlemanly and knows Evory body has a cordial shake of the hand and a pleasant word for All in fact a True Kentucky gentleman. Asah officer he is without pretensions exceedingly popular with his officers and men is a Good not a great Soldier and i think an honest True hearted Patriot. Are form and features that give the world Assurance of a Man. Major general Lovell ii. Rosseau in form and feature is probably the most conspicuous general in Theamer Cun army. He is full six feet two inches in height of heavy muscular Frame at the Saine time Lithe and and Active. His face say s fight All Over it. He is very dark featured big whiskered and eyes like coals of fire and a nose decidedly of the pugilistic curve. To loves the Union and hates rebels like snakes. He led the first regiment of Union soldiers into the City of Louisville after the War began the Louisville legion. He did this against the protest of Large numbers of influential tender footed unionists who feared that the bloody scenes enacted at Baltimore would be reenacted. Bui be told them he was prepared for the Issue and should seek it. His regiment was not molested but tin the contrary was received with the most marked manifestation of gratifications it was a great blow for the Union cause in Kentucky. After that Day Breckinridge Clay Preston and other secessionists deemed it valorous to get out of the state. Gun. Bosseau has just been made a major general. It should Haiti been done a year ago. He has Wou More honors and received smaller recognition than any other general in the Western army. There Are no ifs or buts in his unionism. general Eben Ezer Dumont,.our Indiana general is fill five feet four inches in height his legs monopolizing the Lions share of his Louigi Luti weighs about one Hundred and ten to Linask in fact quite frenchy. He is i Eju Lii Iris forty five years of age. Gen. Wiiri tint has the reputation of being a a did he was put on the track of Morgan to trap that ubiquity Otis Cascill but could not catch him in Beret the Louisville journal brought its lain pooling skill to Bear tin the general. He sent a tetter to the journal which stopped its pen in that direct Itil it is evident from this letter that the general writes Well i know be fought Well and has just been elected to Congress. A . Gen. Jere t. Rubyle is Post commander Here. In height he measures five feet eight inclined to corpulence and perhaps forty years of age. His complexion is fair his hair Light and curly a a he is Well suited to his place cordial gentlemanly ready to do a favor attentive to his duties and hates rebels whom he curses in Good Saxon. He is not ten Der Fri Tod on the slavery question although he owns negroes. He announces at All times that ready to sacrifice them to save our. Country. In fact he is just the Nuin that is entitled to your hand eral c. G. Gilbert now guarding fihe Louisville and Nashville Railroad is full six feet in height quite slim but very straight to has Sandy hair and a unix pro is Ive face. In lip is very confidential but betrays to great intellect or capacity Iio is a great Friend of Buell and Byi some hocus pocus arrangement Oto it Buellis was placed in Emma and of too 3ti army corps when older generals were Only in command of divisions. Tie thing run this Way for Sor e c me i t f i by a development of the pacts stripped one Star from his she Ildur straps and Gilbert was left out Yin the cold. His array corps was diff fed Between Mccook and Crittenden und he Given a division to guard rail oads. This he will continue to do i Hope for some time to come. 7 of East England the Young King thus managed marched against his old sweetheart but was Defeated in Battle and in his fight waa captured by his conquerors bound and brought before his offended mistress with a View to execution. She covered him with reproaches for his breach of Faith but offered to spare his life on condition that he would immediately repudiate his step Mother and marry her. It is unnecessary to add that the you no King preferred to is arrange ment to any of the numerous modes of execution at that time prevalent that the step Mother was packed off to her father the French King and the Young couple were duly married and lived happily Ever afterwards. Seven niggers Taki Possession of a Xvi site m and a ii out a Vve Are informed by a residing in the Southern part of the township that a few evenings is Ope. Three big ugly Black female Nigga hrs came to a farm in his neighbourhood and asked to stay Allm it ii by were told they a could not Stav. Quot ,1 a few moments after the arrival of the wenches the a a contraband so hav. Ing the affair All arranged there came a second lot consisting of four ugly big male Nisei becoming still More a in listened at this new feature in politics said they could in o them some Sun per but could not possibly accommodate them through the night the darkies Hinl log there As i o a millennium Quot about Ingu kid of talk spoke up All no it at the so n Tunc a d All in about the same st in a follows a yes Dat s do Way we am served. You Wile people in the Norf told us to run away from and you would treat us like if udders and Dis am de Way. A a rur. A Jug Taedt a a Lively War bore ensued a in Leur in the part of the White family but in an insolent and determined manner on the part of the niggers. I they took tile Slippery and Noton by .that,.bill they staved All night against the remonstrance of the proprietors of the House acid never said so much As even the Beauty of th4 tiling is however the whole of this White family who were made Alavo Stu niggers on thib occasion Ard Iliad been pretty Well Abii ionised arose the next morning with the Dawn most effectually7 cured of abolitionism and Abonit As Good democrats As that ism generally makes and it makes them when it does make awful sound 1 this is Only the beginning. Be fore a great while these runaway Blacks will be among us As thick As five in a . General Hindman blown i a just before the Retreat occurred one of the Mast remarkable incidents of the Battle few More wonderful Are on record. General Hind Man than whom Rio More fearless dashing or Brave Man is found in the rebel service was leading his men in a fearful struggle for the Possession of a favourable position when a Shell from the rebel batteries striking Bis horse in the breast and passing into his body exploded. Tho horse was blown into fragments and the rider with his Saddle lifted some ten feet in the air. His staff did not doubt that their general was killed and some cried out a general Hindman is blown to scarcely was the cry uttered when hindi Nan sprang to his feet ands bout eds shut up there 1 am Worth two dead men yet. Get me another to the amazement of every one to was Bat Little bruised. His heavy and Strong cavalry1 Saddle and probably the bursting of the Shell downward saved him. In a minute he was on a new horse and rallying his men for another dash. A Man of less inflexible and steel like Frame would probably have been so jarred and stunned Byr the Shock As to be unable to Rise he. Although covered with blood and dust kept Bis Saddle during the remainder of the Day and performed prodigies of valor. But no heroism of officers or men could Avail to stay Tho Advance of the Federal troops. Negro Thrift or. A Southern gentleman of respectable Fortune and social condition being called suddenly from Home found himself in that rather common but unenviable situation a out of he summoned one of his slaves and said a Jerry can you let my have some Money until i return from town a Jerry looked sorry and answered in a Humble tone a a in so Berry sorry7, Massa Butl be out of Pekot Dis several months i Hasni to had no change sense i Lent you Dat lust ten dollars what Lias shaped your mind to hand me t a a Why Yoti Black liar hat ent i paid you that ten dollars Long ago Quot a �?o�o0, Massa. Here a my stick what shows How we stands and car is de notches yet scan Din agin he offered to explain the notches of debit and credit on his stick but his master had neither time nor patience to attend to it. A never in ind Tho notches now Jerry a said he a i done to bother myself about those affairs. I dare say you Are right 111 you when i come when Jerry rejoined Bis wife he said in a contemptuous tone Dat ten dollars am a dead note ill never see it again. But 1 Don t keen it saves me a Good Deal Bukase ebbed y time Massa asks to borrow More i Jis says i Hadnot had no Money sense 1 Lent you Dat a ten dollars. Dat shuts him right up. _ a a Asai i a. A a Resolute the sixth Century one of the Anglo Saxon potentates of that age who died shortly after marrying a Young wife on his death bed required his eldest son to marry his step Mother so she should not lose the dignity of a Queen. The Young Man refused because he had already a sweetheart but his father forced him to swear he would do it under penalty of death. The old King died and the son married his step Mother. But the set Etheart of the Prince who was herself Princess of Bome Power demurred to the a Range Mont and made War upon her Lover assisted by her brother King Trout fishing. A practical joker residing in a pleasant country Village some time since had a visit from professor Wingate. The processor is a keen Trout Fisherman and seeing a Pond at some distance from his residence lie required a Cun you fish for Trout in that Pond. A to yes a said r., a was Well As a a possible a where s3 our Rod a 0.1 have none. In a no Fisherman but if you want to try Well go Over to Sand get tackle and you May try your hand at the next morning Early w. Drove Over to the Pond and whipped it round to Windward and Leeward and finally waded in up to his Waist and threw his flies most successfully but never raised a Fin. At length As the Sun grew tolerably hot he turned to r., who Lay under a tree so lacing Hiil self i Ith a Book and a Cigar and exclaimed �?o1 done to believe there is a Trout in your a i done to know that there is a replied. A imperturbable. A Why you told me there was a. A to no a said a leisurely turning ind lighting another Cigar a you asked me if Roll could fish for Trout Here and i said you could As Well As in be seen folks do it often but i never knew of one Bein caught about thirty years ago some one made Tho discovery that the ice Fields of Siberia contained an immense number of fossils of elephants and mastodons. Where they came from of Briw they got there is a problem which perhaps May never be solved their existence however was Nti of Irueta and As Ivory is one of Tho most valuable commodities of Trade in All nations some utilitarian englishman Titino lived the idea of turning these vestiges of a former epoch to profitable account. According Abo it the year �84s, Thompson Bonner amp co., a Rich London firm fitted out an expedition to Sefcek for Ivory in siberian ice. Kovel and incredible As it seemed the expedition was crowned with Success. The ship returned to England richly Laden with the choicest Ivory and even at the present time although the world knows Little about it. The Ivory Market is mainly supplied from the ice Field of Siberia. A kiss him and Lei Iii Many years ago i went with a Friend we were making a Northern trip into the gallery of a Church in the Central City of new York where an abolition convention was assembled. The president was the facetious and talented Alvan Stewart. The body of the convention Wasas ring streaked and speckled As Laban a lambs con Tai Ning a Strong sri inkling Osblack spirits and White. As we entered they were taking a contribution for Tho Good cause. Each Denor went up to the Secretary a desk and deposited his Dole and the president with closed eyes and ludicrous Large free announced very loud after the Secretary the name of each contributor and the amount subscribed. Presently some one sent up a Little pick Ninny Black As the of a tud just Large enough to Chancel with a Dollar by he no a Rhc could not give Secretary was non off a announcement but the president glancing Down and then shutting his eyes shouted a one Dollar from an unknown american infant kiss him brother and let him go in at which idea the president himself after a stolid sober pause Shook his vast sides in contingently with laughter and we Vamose. Book once knew a mistress who undertook to instruct her Cook in the French mystery of making a souffle. She went into the Kitchen with miss Leslie so five Hundred. Receipts in her hand read the directions to the Cook watched the mixture of ingredients and gave concerning the length of time necessary for the delicate preparation to remain in Tho oven. It was brought on the table sadly deficient in All the essential properties of a souffle. Talking of it afterwards the Cook laughed heartily and said a a now Quot missus if you la list let me alone and not bring your Book and your big words ii Ere ill make Dat a soup Ley de right sort Bekalo ill make it common sense accordingly the next Day the table was supplied with an Omelette souffle worthy of the chef de cuisine Soyer himself. Her mistres3 was wont to say Ever afterwards that aunt Kitty so common sense cooking was the Best for it never failed which was More than she could say of her directions ii of books. Ws111 Tun a a mme Tom Tiamu iia $ to ant Imit tsp. A family paper fort Ottn and country. Is printed and published weekly by we. M. Bbesu2�, 2d Story or fuck a so to pm a building Cumberland st at one Dollar and fifty cents a year. 43? inserted at the usual rates. Tho friends of the establish quient and to Public Gener ully fair it Qiu finlly solicited to Send in their orders. U a n d a Hills printed at on in ours notice. Ratk8 of Post a 2 in less non county postage free. In . Out of Lebanon code a by 3m sent per Quarter or 13 cents a year. Out of this state 6 4 ets. Per Quarter or 26 c�8. A year if the postage is not Aid in Advance tates Are doomed an amusing Dodge a few Daj a since at Elmira n. Y., while some la. Borers were engaged in digging a cellar the owner of the premises picked up from the dirt a �20 Gold piece which he took particular pains to show about town. The excitement became intense and the cellar was quickly filled with Volunteer labourers who threw out the Earth with a rapidity that must have been exceedingly Gratifying to the person interested in having the work finished. Occasionally an old Copper would turn up and some sieves were in requisition. One 25 cent Ploec was discovered. At length tie exc Tenient became so intense to lib to Tine fervent bystander actually paid Trio owner s4 for tie privilege of digging three lit iils. He was rewarded by tie discovery of 4. Coppers tie cellar was full of Volunteer diggers from 10 a. M. Until Nightfall at which time a sufficient excavation having been made the owner proclaimed that no More digging would be allowed. . Tati Ucko a he was going to preach at persecution a at Tara to Day the strength of god Pilot me the Power Tif god pre serve me May the Wisdom a of god instruct me the Eye Tif god watch Over me the ear it god Hefe me the word of god give me Sweet talk the hand of god defend me the Way of god guide me. Christ be with me Christ before me Christ after my Christ in me Christ under me Christ Over me Christ on my right hand Christ on my left hand Christ on this Side Christ on that Side Christ at my Back Christ in the heart of every person to whom i speak Christ in the Mouth of every person who Speaks to me Christ in the Eye by Overy person who looks Dipofi me Christ in the ear of every person who hours rite at Tara to Day a a so prayed the reputed fool Saint of the roman Catholic Church in la Eland. All to Christ. Fri in a in a Savannah in Eph Biscari nov �7. The rebel loss in killed and wounded at fort Donelson May be roughly estimated at 8,600 it Roanoke and on the North Carolina coast cod at Elk Horn 8,500 fit Shiloh 10,000 at Williamsburg seven Pines and before Richmond 20,000 in the Valley of the Shenandoah 5,000 at Cedar run 1,200 at the seeded Battle of Manassas 6,000 at Bronston and Crampton gaps 4,000 at Sharpsburg 10000 at Corinth 4,-Ocjjbit Perryville 3,000 and -6,000 Fob Iose who have fallen at outposts in skirmishes amp a. These figures added together make the frightful sum of 75,000. Of this Nirh fir it would be Safe to say that one third or 25,000, Aro now in Ihei Graves hawing either been killed outright Tir died of their wounds. Quito As Many probably More have died from Mieir sickness. To this should Bufi added 25,000 More who Hayfi been maimed and whose head let Bas been ined Foi life. Thus our losses in ten Mouths of the present year May be estimated at 75,000 men. Who have either perished or been disabled. If the whole to till were known they would probably reach one Hundred thousand by the end of the year for the deaths from disease in the hospitals in Camp and at Hohti generally exceed those in Battle. For every j7ear the War continues we must expect our casualties tit be quite As heavy As they have Brien Tho present a a a st the emperor Louis Napoleon while walking lately on the Beach at Biarritz happened to meet an intelligent Lri Otting boy about eight or nine years old Ivha Tot a off his hat As he passed. The emperor cordially returned the sulfite and said a Are you English a a no a answered the boy very quickly arid drawing himself up a pm a on a american Are Yogi Well Tell file which Are you for North or South a a Well fathers for the North i believe but i am certainly for the South. Fair which of them Are you sir a the by Pereir stroked his moustache smiled hesitated a Little and then said a i am for a for both Are you Wei that a not so easy and will please ntibody.�?T�?T. His majesty let the cd up versa ion drop and walked tin. Exl Sidcot Buchanan a second to gen. Scott. To the editors of the National . With a few remarks i shall close the controversy with gen. Scott into which i have been most reluctantly forced by his voluntary and unexpected attack. This has nevertheless afforded me a. Opportunity of correcting Many unfounded reports which i had Long borne in patience and in silence. In my answer i have already furnished Clear and distinct responses to All the allegations of gen. Scott and in his rejoinder he has not called in question any of my statements with a. Single exception. Which of us is Correct in this particular depends upon the question whether his recollection of an event which occurred More thah eighteen i months ago or the statement of or. Holt reduced to writing on the very Day is entitled to the greater credit. The general in the introduction of his Joinder assigns As an excuse for the criticism of my Public conduct that this was merely incidental to his alleged official report to president Lincoln on the condition of our fortifications and was not primarily intended for myself. From this statement one would conclude that he bad made such a report. But where is this to be found i for it he refers to the intelligencer of the 21st october but there i discover nothing but his letter of four Points to or. Seward dated on tie 3d March. 1861, advil ing the incoming president Htow to guide his adm Nistra fion in face of the threatening dangers to the country. To the single introductory sentence to this letter he barely refers tit. His a printed views a dated in october i860, which had been Long before the Public but it contains nothing like Aii official report on the condition of the fortifications. _. Whether the introduction of this letter to the Public without the consent of pres i Feht Lincoln by one of the general a friends in a political speech during a highly excited Guern atrial canvass had influenced him to prepare his criticism Ori my conduct it is not for me to determine. At what period did general Scott tit Iii the six Hundred recruits to which he refers in his rejoinder this was certainly after the Date of his a views a on the 30th october 1860 because in these to states emphatically that the forces then at his command were a in All five companies Tinly within reach to Garrison or reinforce the nine forts mentioned in the did he out Ain these recruits in november 1 if so had he visited Washington or written and explained to me in what manner this military operation would be am comptis hed by the four Hundred men in the five companies and the six Hundred recruits i should have Given his representations All the consideration eminently due to his High military reputation. But he informs a is he did not arrive in Washington the 12 h of december. His second recommendation to Garr Floii these Ibris a test consequently have been made according to his own statement of the 13th, 15 the 28th, Tir ,30th of december or on More than on of those at this period the aspect of Public affairs had greatly changed from what it was in october. Congress was now in session and Ofir relations with the so coding Cotton states had Rebii placed before them by the president s message. Proceedings had been instituted by that body with a View to a Compromise of the questions Between the North and the South and the highest Hopes and warmest aspirations weirs then entertained for their Success. I infer these lib Eum stances it was the presidents duty to take a Broad View of the Chi edition of the whole country in All its relations civil Industrial and commercial As Well As military giving to each its appropriate influence. It was Only from such a combination that he could Frame a policy Valcu lated to preserve the peace and to consolidate the strength of the isolated recommendations proceeding from one department. Without weighing Well their effect upon the general policy tight to be adopted with extreme it seems from the Joinder that Secretary Floyd at Richmond had claimed the Honor of defeating general Scott s a plans and solicitations respecting the forts a a it being the Fere a says the general a universally admitted that but for that Victory Over toe there coi ild have beef ii no this is in Plain English that the secessionists of the motion states who have since brought into tie Field hundreds of thousands of undoubtedly Brave Soldi is a Rind have abandoned in terror their unlawful acid rebellious designs had general Scott distributed among their he nimrods forts four Hundred acid eighty men in october Tir on thou Sand men in december a this Rej quires no comment. 1 have never been Able to obtain a copy of the speech of or. Floyd at Richmond to which i presume gen. Scott refers but i Learned both at the time and since from gentlemen of High respectability that in this same speech he denounced me most bitterly for my determination to stand by and sustain the Union with All the Power i possessed under the Constitution and the Laws. And Here permit me to remark that it is due to general Scott As Well As my self to deny that there is any portion of my answer which justifies the allegation that a the sex president sheers at my a weak device the words a weak device being marked As a quotation for saving the this mistake 1 must attribute to his a accidental and Iri this connection i emphatically declare that the general neither before Hor after the publication of his a views in the National intelligencer of the 18th january 1861, without my consent Asi signed any reason to me for making this publication or Ever even Allied de tit the subject. In this i cannot be mistaken from the deep impression which the occurs rence made Spoti my memory tor the reasons already mentioned in my answer. J should have nothing More tit add had gen. Scott in his rejoinder confined my

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