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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 12, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaWas democratic principles cease to leap we Oeast to we. Bees in editor and proprietor. Lebanon a. Wednesday february 12, 1862. A the election for mayor of the City of Lancaster held on tuesday last resulted in the Choice of George Sanderson esq., the present incumbent and editor of the intelligencer by a majority of eighty four votes Over or. Cassidy the a citizens Union candidate. This result is a great democratic Victory in View of Tho Means resorted to prevent Tho re election of mayor Sanderson. The republicans in accordance with the policy they have pursued Fop some time refused to nominate a candidate a of their own . Induced or. Cassidy a Democrat and a gentleman of great Persona popularity to become a candidate. By this neans it was expected that enough democratic votes would be drawn from Sanderson to accomplish his defeat. It was urged against him that he was a a Breckinridge editor a and consequently disloyal and the usual attempt was made to array All Loyal citizens against him. But notwithstanding the Odds opposed to them the Noble democracy of Lancaster City stood firm and gained a signal Victory Over the Allied Powers. By reference to the proceedings of Congress it will be seen that the House has passed what is called the Treasury note Bill by a vote of 93 yeas to &9 nays. It is said that a majority in the Senate Are also in favor of the Bill. The objection to the Bill is the Legal tender clause and the latest accounts Are that the Senate will not pass it in its present condition. Or gen. Charles p. Stone in command of a Large body of men on the upper Potomac was arrested on sunday at his residence in Washington City and immediately taken to port Lafayette. It is not known whether the charge against him is treason or whether it is Only Mere military offence. He has always been considered a Loyal and Gallant officer although the unfortunate affair at balls Bluff which took place under his direction clouded the Confidence the people had in him. To is a Massachusetts Man. Ltd re Murry Rush esq., Ono of Philadelphia a most prominent citizens died on Friday last in the 49th year of his age. 8�r it is said that the emperor Napoleon is determined to interfere in Tho affairs of this country in con. Junction with England if she agrees if not on his own account. 0�t it is reported that the Success of the Burnside expedition is endangered mainly from the a jobbing and corruption practice upon the government in its outfit. 4�r the number of democratic senators in the legislature of Pennsylvania is Small if they intend to allow themselves to be Lead by that ranting abolitionist m. , the number had much better be a fillies or. Lowry last week introduced a Resolution demanding the immediate expulsion of or. Bright from the Senate and after a feeble resistance they yielded and All voted for it thus helping to affix the Brand of treason upon a democratic United states senator whose guilt is not proven and who is persecuted for no other reason than that he is a Democrat when several honest Republican u. S. Senators had the courage to vote against the expulsion in the face of Tho pressure brought to Bear upon them and because their consciences would not allow them to convict unjustly an innocent Man of Ono of the deepest crimes for the purpose of furthering partizan ends and Aims it is to be regretted that democrats whose duties Are foreign to such matters should allow them solves to to thus Hood winked. We owe an apology to the courier. We said that it a is Down on investigating we should have qualified the assertion. It depends a Groat Deal what is to be investigated. If democratic arts Are to be investigated it is in favor of them when the acts of its own party friends come under the ban that of must not to gored. A co Vodo committee is All right the committees of our legislature to investigate the contracts of last summer and which san into at an impeachment of gov. Curtin it has a not much Faith what gen. Mcclellan has done. While the infamous system of attacks on the character of gen. Cleilan is at present indulged in with malicious determination it will not be out of place to see what to has done. The abolitionists and the abolition press Are desirous of Dise our aging the nation by convincing them that the last three months have accomplished nothing. No Man of sense can review those months without according to gen. Mcclellan the Highes commendation. Every Success of the Union forces has been the result of his efforts. The army has grown into its present shape under his laborious a wearying persevering Industry tend skill. Not an hour has been thrown away. Not a Point has been overlooked. Not a possibility of improvement has been neglected. No one who has not diligently examined it can appreciate the herculean labors which have been performed by the general in chief during these months. It is the object of his Onernier now to forestall Public opinion and if possible deprive him of any glory to result from his work. That such plans shall be vain a nation of thinking american will ensure. Let the nation understand that what the army of the Union now is to owe it to him. That if his enemies had succeeded in their designs to destroy him if they had even been Ablo to divert him from the line of duty to reply to their attacks the present array of strength would never have been made. There is a striking resemblance now in the remarks made on Mcclellan by the secessionists and the both abuse him heartily and both seem to regard him As the grand enemy of their plans is not the coincidence remarkable ? gen. Mcclellan has made a grand army and he has planned its Campaign. There will soon be Active operations in Virginia. These operations May not be an attack on Manassas whatever they Are we have no doubt they will reflect the highest Honor and Praise on the Young commander whose coolness judgment and abilities have brought the entire army to its present condition in All parts of the country. The United states Senate on wednesday last by a two turds vote expelled Hon. Jesse d. Bright one of the senators of Indiana from that body on the charge of treason. On the 1st of March before the War commenced or. Bright gave a letter of introduction to a Friend a to his excellency Jefferson Davis president of the Confederate we do not recollect How the letter was discovered. It was first referred by the Senate to the judiciary committee composed of a majority of republicans who after investigation reported the proof As insufficient to sustain the charge. But All this went for nought. The victim had been singled out for the sacrifice before he was pre judged and pre condemned and whether innocent or guilty he must perish upon the altar of malignant partisanship concealed under the cloak of patriotism 1 in the mean time or. Harvey a Republican who has been proven to have held treasonable correspondence with the rebels and actually communicated to them the intention of our government to provision and reinforce fort Sumter remains unquestioned in his position of minister to Portugal. In looking Over the vote on the expulsion of or Bright our readers will not fail to observe that three Republican senators representing respectively the conservative Middle states of new York new Jersey and Pennsylvania messes. Harris ten Eyck and Cowan had the Independence and courage do right regardless of the clamor by which an attempt was made to drive them from their position that their consciences and their judgments led them deliberately to take. It May not to out of place to mention in this connexion that the democratic senator from Oregon or. Starke was kept out of his seat on frivolous charges until the Day after or Brights expulsion when the commute reported that there was a nothing to hinder him from taking the oath of office As a senator. 8�, another expedition to be placed under the command of gon. Butler is being fitted out at Boston and will probably sail this week. The entire division will consist. Of about ten thousand men. At what Point it is intended to strike is not known. L serious riot occurred in Rich Mont va., last week in which three or four persons were killed. It commenced in a Drunken Brawl. Fit Quot England is making a great ado about our government closing up the Entrance to the Savannah River by sinking vessels loaded with Stonos. They forget that during the revolutionary War they placed obstructions in the same fiver for a similar Pur pose for Tho removal of which Congress in 1852 appropriated. 840,000. The now York Tribune is determined to have gen. Mcclellan superseded As commander in chief. It published several paragraphs last week announcing that the president had assumed the command of the army and Navy that Mcclellan will be placed in command of the army of the Potomac that Secretary Stanton has assumed the conduct of the War and that our army will now be lifted out of mud and delay and carried to Victory amp a. Of course the Tribune wants the army to Advance at once and if it is Defeated of course the reconstruction of Tho Union As it was before the rebellion will be impossible and its Point of division or emancipation will to gained. If the Tribune s scheme of emancipation can not be realized it wants our army destroyed so As to make a reconstruction of the Union under Tho Constitution impossible. Such schemes coming from that pattern of loyalty Are not treasonable. Of no. By the Lebanon Democrat confesses that it knows Little or nothing of military affairs. Then Why attack gen. Mcclellan and through him the president in regard to the no Advance of the army of the Potomac Tho president must surely know of All Tho plans of Mcclellan and must have seen Tho impossibility of an Advance thus far on account of Tho state of the roads and weather or he would a have ordered him to move and an order from the president is for Mcclellan to obey or resign. Hence All attacks on Mcclellan relative to the movements of the army Aro indirectly attacks on the president and As the Democrat also confesses that it is satisfied with the president we regret such attacks As appeared in its columns two weeks ago As highly injurious to the Union cause and in you raging to the rebels. Look on this wed. Mesday night of last week an entertainment was Given at the White House Washington which was intended to surpass everything of the kind heretofore attempted in America. About one thousand guests were present ladies senators representatives gentlemen generals foreign ministers &c., amp look on same night along Tho valleys of the Potomac and the Ohio nearly five Hundred thousand Stalwart men were lying on the ground with nothing to shelter them from therain and Snow Rotten tents or rough boards. Yankee Maine Senate on Friday passed a series of resolutions in favor of emancipation and of arming if it shall become a military necessity. It is said that by the 15th inst., gen. Fremont will again be assigned to a command. Gen. Fremont no doubt would Mako a Good military officer that is All. He must leave politics Tomrose who have it specially in charge a to Congress and the president. Ast it is said that gen. Mcclellan and staff Are ready to Eross the Potomac and that he will do so immediately when the roads will permit a Forward movement of the when gen. Mcclellan moves across he will relinquish temporarily the control of the whole army with the exception of the army of the Potomac to the Secretary of War the same As gen. Scott did when in Mexico. 8�. The Wyek. Committee e now at Harri contracts frauds. Are now at Harrisburg ferreting out the Philadelphia enquirer has the following among its mondays Washington despatches a a a several senators have received letters by the last Steamer flute the Duke of Argyll the honorable or. Bright and other leaders in the English Liberal party saying that unless something was soon done to show that we were Able to put Down the rebellion and extinguish slavery they would no longer prevent an interference by England. They request that slavery be abolished at Onee in Maryland and Delaware or the rebels would be at once recognised and the Block Ade raised by them. This is considered by Diplomatist As the real state of the Case and no doubt is expressed that these Are England s 0�t we have All along been of the opinion and More so now than Ever that if England understood her interests she would mind her own business. She is now piling up a record of hatred in this country that will before Many years cause to Tumble Down in ruins that Monument of arrogance selfishness and Pride herself. The Burnside expedition. Fortress Osboe feb. 6, via Baltimore a tile u. S. Steamer Suwanee of Tho Burnside expedition arrived this Forenoon. She left Cape Hatteras yesterday morning having come out of the Inlet the Day previous. The Fleet was still inside of the Inlet and nothing had been most if not ail the vessels bad gone Over the bar and about 6000 troops Hod been landed. There was a Rumor circulated that Tho rebels had offered through a Flag of truce to give up to Akuoko Island on condition that Elisabeth City should not be attacked. From courier arrived at Acapulco previous to the 20th ult with intelligence of the defeat of the Spanish army by the mexicans in a severe Battle at the National Bridge near Vera Cruz. The Battle lasted Jive hours. The intelligence from Western Mexico represents that there is a general termination of dissension among the people and a Union of All parties to resist for eign invasion. The attentions of Farmers is called to Tho advertisement of the Lodi manufacturing co s Poudrette. Nothing is of More Imp Tranos than to know where to obtain the Best fertilizer at the lowest Price. This company manuf Coture All the night soil from the City of new York into a dry i odorous powder and at a Price far below any other fertilizer in the Market. They have been operation for 22 years with a constantly increasing demand which is a sufficient test of the value of their four cute bombardment and capture of fort Henry. Our Gallant Navy has added another to its already Brilliant list of victories. Fort Henry situated on the Eastern Branch of the Tennessee River just on the state line of Kentucky and Tennessee has been reduced by our Gallant Western Navy. On thursday the 6th inst a the gunboats Cincinnati st. Zautis Carondelet Essex Tyler Conestoga and Lexington advanced boldly against the rebel works going to the right of Painter Creek Island immediately above which on the East Shore of the River stand the fortifications keeping out of Range till at the head of Island and within a mite of the enemy and passing the Island in Ful View of the rebel guns we steadily advanced. Every Man was at Bis quarters and every ear was strained to watch the Flag officers signal gun for the commencement of the action. It we advanced in line when at 12.30 the Cincinnati opened the Ball and immediately the three accompanying boats followed suit. The enemy were not backward gave an admirable re Pon e the fight raged fiercely for a Naif hour. We steadily advanced receiving and returning shot and i i we in getting within three Hundred Yards of the enc by s works we came to a stand and Pou de into them right and left. A a in the meantime the Essex h 1 been disabled and drifted Dway from the scene of action leaving the inn t Tati t of on Dole and st. Louis alone engaged. At pro sisely forty minutes past one of clock the enemy struck his colors and such cheering such wild excitement As seized the throats arms and eaps of the four of five Hundred sailors of the gunboats can be imagined. After the surrender which was made to Flag officer Foote by gen. Lloyd Tilghman who defended his fort in the most determined manner we found that the rebel infantry who were encamped outside the fort and numbered 4000 or 5000, had Cut and run leaving the rebel artillery company in command of the fort. The fort mounted seventeen guns mostly thirty two and thirty four Pounders including a magnificent ten Inch columbian. Our shots dismounted two of their guns driving the enemy into Embra sures. One of their Rifle thirty two Pounders burst during the engagement wounding one of their gunners. The rebels claim to have had eleven effective guns worked by fifty four men a by ing the number All told of our prisoners. They lost five killed and ten badly wounded. ,. The infantry left everything in their flight and a vast Deal of plunder has fallen into our hands including a Large and valuable Quantity stores. The Essex was badly crippled. When about half through the fight and while crowding steadily against the enemy a Ball went into her port Side on the Forward port passing through the heavy Bulkhead and squarely through one of her boilers. The escaping Stream scalded and killed several of the Crew. Captain Porter his Aid s. P. Britton jr., and paymaster Louis were standing in the direct line of the balls passage Britton being in the Centre of the group. The shot struck Britton on the top of his head scattering his brains in every direction. The escaping steam poured into the pilothouse and instantly killed messes. Ford and Bride the pilots. Many of the soldiers at the Rush of the steam jumped overboard and were drowned. The Essex did Good service before she was1 Dis bled her guns being skilfully handled by her gunner Matt. Snyder of Philadelphia she had six seamen killed two officers and seventeen wounded and five missing. The Cincinnati had Only one killed and six wounded. Paducah ky., feb. 7.�?general Smith on the West and general Grant on the East Side of the River Are pursuing the retreating rebels. As a strategic Point the Federal posses Sion of fort Henry cannot be underrated. Doings in Congress. Monday february 3. In the Senate petitions were presented asking Congress not to diminish the number of chaplains in the service also that homeopathic surgeon be employed also to repeal the Canada reciprocity Bill. Join resolutions from the legislature of Ohio in regard to extending the benefits of naturalization to foreigners who serve during the War were referred. Joint resolutions were pre sen Ted from the new York legislature asking for a modification of the Revenue Law providing for the raising of any amount by state authority few other modes than duties on imports and that each state be allowed to assume the tax and assess and collect the same according to its own Laws and by its own officers which were referred. Nothing of special importance transpired in the House. Tuesday feb. 4. In the Senate the committee on foreign affairs reported the Bill authorizing the appointment of diplomatic representatives to Liberia and Hayti. The Bill providing for building Twenty Iron Clad steamers at a Cost of $10,000,000, was taken up and after debate sent Back to naval committee. The report from the naval committee on the Secretary of the Navy was made the special order for Friday. The Case of or. Bright was then taken up and after lengthy debate the Senate wont session. The House occupied the whole Day in a discussion of the Treasury note Bill in committee. Wednesday feb. 5 the Senate passed the Bill making appropriations for the military Academy and a Resolution calling on Tho president for the recent correspondence Relativo to the presentation of american citizens at the court of France the Bill to define the of officers of the army was taken up and the amendments of the military committee adopted. The. Consideration of the Bill was not concluded at the expire Tion of the morning hour. The Case of or. Bright was the order of the any and after a Long discussion he was expelled by a vote of 32 to 14, of follows , Anthony Browning Chandler Clark Cou Amer Davis Dixon Doolittle Fessenden foot Foster Grimes Hale Harlan Henderson Howard How Johnson King Lane ind Mcdugall Morrill Pomeroy Sherman Simmons Sumner Trumbull Wade Wilkinson Wilmot Wilson mass and Wilson to . Bayard Carlile Cowan Harris Kennedy Latham Nesmith Pearce Powell Idieo Sun Elsbury ten Eyck Thompson and wiley�?14. The House continued the consideration of the Treasury not Bill in committee during the whole session. The debate is to cease on the expiration of two hours after the Bill is again taken thursday feb. 6. The Senate met As usual at 12 of clock Quot at this hour not a single senator was in Tho a Bill wars introduced and referred allow ing Tho corporation of Washington to Issue Small notes. The Bill to define the a demo Zuments of officers of the army was taken up and to enable members of Congress to meet the army officers with a Good face an amendment was adopted reducing the mileage of members fifty put a cent. Without coming to a conclusion on the Bill the Senate went into executive Scis Sion. Among the petitions introduced was Ono from Boston numerous by signed asking Congress to leave the negro question alone and attend to Tho business of Tho country. The House devoted to Day to the consideration of the Treasury note Bill and Fiu Aily passed a modification of the original Bill authorizing the Issue of$150,000,000 of Treasury notes $50,000,000 to be in lieu of Tho demand notes previously a sued and making them a Legal tender the notes arc convertible into 20 year Bonds bearing interest at the rate of 6 por cent., or 5 year Bonds bearing interest atthe rat eat peret., and Are also to be received As Coin for any Bonds that May hereafter to negotiated by the Secretary Oft Fae Treasury be is also authorized to Issue Bonds to a amount not exceeding $500,000,000 in order to fund the floating debt of the United states. A a Friday feb., 7 in the Senate the majority and minority report of the judiciary committee in the Case of Benjamine Starke were placed on file and ordered to printed. A joint Resolution of the naval committee giving the thanks of Congress to Captain Dupont and his officers and seamen for the Victory at port Royal was adopted. The same committee also reported Back the Bill and amendments for building Twenty Iron Clad gunboats at the Cost of ten million of dollars which was passed. The Treasury dote Bill was received from the House and referred to the finance committee. The report of the naval committee on the Morgan purchases was taken up and after debate a Resolution was offered condemning the appointment of government agents and paying to boil commissions on their purchases except in eases of extreme necessity the sul act was postponed. Tho civil appropriation Bill was taken up and also the Bill authorizing an Nodi Tio cd Issue of 10,000,000 demand hot stand both were passed. A ,. In the House Tho Treasury note Bill was a a mended by striking oat the provision to the interest on u. S. Bonds in Coin. The report of the committee on government contracts was debated and postponed until next week. Lions we also Honor the Noble fathers who bequeathed them to us by maintaining and preserving them in their original purity. A very truly yours e. G. Stichter. Is not our Friend mistaken in the assertion the he found such democrats in this Section ? was it not in Section where a All know that professing democrats have been voting acting and thinking with abolitionists in Plain words was i not in Chester county that to found such democrats. Our democracy Here is and has always Boon to the Man for the Constitution the Union and Tho enforcement of or. Joan a Kefor Mzx service every wednesday evening it 7% o clock every sunday morning at 10 of clock and every sunday evening at 7 of clock. Christ in Temperance Hall every sunday at 10 a. 31 and every fonday at 7 p. preaching next Sabbath Normag and evening in the methodist episcopal Church., English preaching next sunday at 10 a. Si., and German at2u l�?T.m., in the moravian Church. English services next lord s Day morning and Evernon g in Zion s lutheran Church. German preaching next Sabbath morning and English in the evening in the first reformed Church. German preaching next sunday morning and English in the evening in Salem a lutheran on the 3d inst by Rev. To. L. Heysinger or. Eli j a Wole to miss Eliza Shires All of Cornwall Lebanon comity. On Tho Utt by Rev. A. Romich or. William Stein to miss Marx Wright both of Jonestown. Letter from Missouri. Louisiana Missouri feb. 1st, 1862. We m. , esq., Lebanon a in accordance with your request to advise you of the condition of affairs As i should find them on my return to our hitherto peculiarly unfortunate state i cheerfully pen the observations and opinions which the lapse of several week3 since nay return from the East has enabled me to make and farm. I must Fai i to Tell of the extreme gratification with which i discover after an absence of nearly two months a Happy change that seems greeting us it he receding of the dark Clouds into the end a less distance hurried into nothingness by the joyous Sunshine that is fast dispelling gloom and a inspiring substantial Hope for the speedy return of that happiness and Prosperity which were the fruits of our glorious Union and its Beneficent government. The rebellion in Missouri is giving its last gasps and unless unforeseen evil be a fal the government elsewhere its unstimulated Hopes will have entirely ceased Ero we Noto the first Day of Spring. Its harmless pulsations Are Manifest in intensity and duration Only to Omen j a death consistent with Tho vigorous Tiff of this giant fiend. When we travel Over the Trail of its tread the intense silence that reigns Over the vast waste pains us and we Aro bewildered to an i ser the irrepressible question a Why was All this done a we feel that the Viper has been crushed and am truly grateful that we have been enabled to conquer it and to to thing do we owe the present successful state of the Union cause More than to Tho Wise conservative and constitutional pol icy of president Lincoln and As a missourian and a citizen of the United Statos i make record of my thankfulness and my appreciation of his services. How various Are the attempts to guide. The issues of this War in the different Loyal states Quot no one can conceive of who has not personally observed them and the Wisdom of the policy of the president aiming at the reinstatement of Tho a Union As it was with the Constitution As it is Only As his guide bearing in mind the Insera Rabie connection of the two is apparent to no a one so convincingly As to the observant trave for. To forsake Tho Constitution in obedience to Tbs demands of any faction of the Republican or any other party is to involve himself and the future of the Union in a labyrinth of intricacies and difficulties that would Lead to certain and Irre a Trie Vable ruin. We As a people two our greatness to the detail Workings of Laws consistent with and in obedience to the Constitution and upon it we build and base our Hopes As a nation. We have tried it we love it and May god Aid the l sincerely Loyal masses in bearing it unaltered a through the terrible ordeal to which it is subjected and upon it reinstating Tho Union with its concomitant blessings the magnanimity and be be Ficenec of its government overwhelming ail projects of rebellion its tried stability rendering futile the Hopes of traitors in All future generations. What has the administration to contend against in its endeavours to preserve our hallowed government not this gun rebellion alone numberless factions among communities where All should be of one mind and one heart Witoff a singleness of purpose to put Down the rebellion a who instead Ore impeding the Progress of our. Cause and if they could would wrest Tho Union i from the rebellion to Damn it by other they would win the Union founded on the Constitution and destroy the Constitution by abrogating and breaking through and perverting it in overthrowing institutions and rights which it guarantees to states whose inheritance it is in common with themselves. The Southern rebels would break it and destroy the government resting upon it and they the factious zealots Rise up to Dafena both declaiming for the Constitution and a frenzied in their Blind Zeal Thoy would in Tarn break both As against their Southern Brethren committing violence against the Clear rights of states destroying the very Constitution which they so religiously professed to maintain intact. They whip Southern rebels into obedience to of the land crying a the Constitution and a and then because they can they fling and the Constitution to the winds. Thoy deceitfully prefer their fanatical dogmas for Tho government of a necessarily limited few to a perpetual common sense government essentially one for a great and numerous people. Those old whigs republicans and even Dom Ocrant in your Section of the country and in other parts no doubt they also exist Whoso political tendencies were a source of regret and Surprise to me who boasted that they were abolitionists who declared that the policy of the administration st fould be directed towards the emancipation of , who were anxious to take advantage of the rebellion to overthrow the Constitution themselves their own Way really do not from their stand Point appreciate what they profess. If the question that vexes is All were Only relative to the introduction of african slavery among us their Zeal would he they forget Tho Aein to Hare the negroes and did they know aught of the condition of slaves their nature and character and appreciate their number they could not find it in their hearts to entail so great a curse upon the White Man or the negro As would ensue to both from the immediate emancipation of four millions of slaves. Did they expand their views to comprehend Tho fact that upon the merits of the sons tuition we were conquering obedience to,, and maintaining the existence of the Union and its. Government All states in common with each other demanding existence under it none claiming from it what it could not lawfully receive and while each seeks happiness for its people in the free enjoyment of institutions that May As rightfully to demanded by and perpetuated to it of any other privilege in consonance with the Constitution May be accorded to any other state each must certainly refrain from the exercise of a Power so manifestly wrong to dictate to an other what that other has a perfect Freedom for herself to determine. A no More Loyal citizens exist in any state than Are in Missouri and among Missouri slave own ors. Can Pennsyl Vania or Ohio assume to claim a right under the Constitution that Missouri could not demand or vice versa the Loyal Siave owner appreciating his inheritance fight for his government the Union and his privileges demands Protection Foi property which of Missouri under the Constitution Hove deeded to him and whether he lives in Missouri with slaves or in Pennsylvania without any to seeks to make no unjust demand and assumes not Tho right to say from Pennsylvania to Missouri or from Missouri to Pennsylvania a i am holier than thou be . Can justify ourselves in disregarding the Constitution because any num her have disregarded it ? can we subject a criminal to the operation of an sex poet Faveto Law can a criminal who has merited and received his punishment for a capital offence having paid Tho Legal forfeit be drawn and quartered his children forcibly taken from the Mother to whom they May become a vital support thrown loosely up in the world to their own destruction and that of their remaining Parent and to the injury of society As an additional punishment to the dead Trimmal and these Acta be called just should we not be generous and magnanimous As becomes a righteous and a great people and As we Are whipping rebels into obedience to an instrument which we As much As they Are bound to respect and avoid falling from the High position to one of hatred and revenge and while on professions and the very act of fighting Iraq tors imply a Devotion to the glorious Union and the Constitution let us jealously watch those treasures that democracy to hot displaced by fan Taoism and Whilo to Perpetu Date our ins Titu on the 22d ult.,.in Lisbon Iowa Joseph Light formerly of this county aged 51 years 1 months and 27 Days. A on the 6th inst., in or. Jno. Krall tie Lebanon Market. corrected weekly. A Lebanon a february 12, 1s62. Lel it. Mills sex. Earn $6 25 eggs a Doz 12 Smith a extra �20 butter a la. 12 Leb. super. Fiuf6 80 tuber salted butter 10 prime White wheat 1 30 lard a 8 prime red wheat i 20 tallow 8 prime Rye 85 Ham ii Corn 4� shoulders. 9 Oats 32 sides 9 Clover Send 3 5� soap 7 Timothy seed 175 bees Wax 25 Elax seed 126 White rags 3dried apples �bu., 100 mixed rags 1 a dried apples pealed 1 50 flax,��., 12% Pencil Snitz a 2 50 bristles,��., 40 peach a a Hutzles a 125 feathers a ft., 62% cherries 150 wool.��., 40 onions 37 soup Beans a qt., 6 potatoes a 40 vinegar a gal., 12% apply butter a Crock 45 the Philadelphia Market. T saturday february 8� p. The Brear Sturis Market has been Ratiner quiet to Al it in without essential hang Iii prices. The Export demand for flour has fallen off Aud Tho Only solos imported Aro 600 Barrus extra Lemily at $5 75@6 for Low Grade to Good Quality. The sales to the retailers and Bakers have been to a Mode rate extort ranging from $5.25 at5tor mixed brands and Good superfine $5.-4i@5.75 for extras Tho latter for Lancaster county for extra family mid $6.257 for fancy Ltd e flour is Little inquired a Leraud it is held at $d.5g. In Corn meal nothing doing and prices Are nominally unchanged. Tho Rico Iris of wheat continue extremely Light and if is in fair demand at the Advance noted sales of 6000 bushels fair and prime Beu Sylv amp Uia Aud Western red at $1-34@1.38, chiefly at $1.3g<ai.3s bu., Aud Small lots of White at $i.40@1.47. Lye is m better to quest with sales of 2000 bushels in Cuti Sylvania in store at 73c, Corn is rather q a _ Quiec and prices if anything Quot Are a Shade lower. Bules of 30h0@40�o0 bushels prime now yellow at 55j4�@�6 c., Cicily at the former rate in store. Oats Are steady 4u09 in spiels a a Eun Sylvania sold at 3s@38je. A Olove seed is rather quiet. Sales of 200 bushels in lots at $4@4.2f 61 lbs. No change in Timothy or i Lux seed. The latter Cornos in slowly and commands $2.15 Bushel. Whisky is in firm demand. Sales of 5000 Ohio bbl at 24@24 o. Penna. Do. Itt21c. And Drudge at23c. Cattle 1300 head of beef cattle were Ofle red Aud sold this week at Phillips Yards the demand was Good and prices steady and firm ranging at from for common to fair $7@s 4 for Good and prime and $8%<�>9 the Iooss for extra Quality Tho Market closing brisk at the above figures. Cows and calves about 60 head sold at Frota $2�o@32 each for springers Aud from $25 236 for cows and calves to condition showing very Little alteration blogs Are steady with sales of 2801 atom Hoff sat to 1166 atthe a euro Yard at from $4 /�@5 the 100 lbs net As to condition. Sheep about 3300 were offered and sold at 5c. To Gross which is about the same As last statement of tiie Lebanon Bank pubic Ajeil Jih required by act of Assembly passed october 13, 1867, Viz wednesday february 5,1862. 1st.�?loans and discounts s 268,725 85 loan to Commonwealth 10 �00 99 2d.�?specie, $53,373 47 u. demand notes limn no a and Kotos of other Banks / 1h�?T01q 00 duo by other Banks b3,2s3 45. 152,666 92 3d.�?notes la circulation 295,505 00 4th.�?deposits�?including individual de-1 posits and balances due to other Hanks a�,0� it a e. A. Niiler cashier. Affirmed and sch sensed february 7, �?T02, before me february 12,1862.joseph Gleim j. P. G statement f the Lebanon Valley Bank. Issett 1>a a Fob Raftry 18g2- Loans and discounts. 174,289 48 duchy other Banks ,$94991 87 notes of other Banks. 9560 00 a Cash drafts and checks do 1,461 88 Stock of Tho common wealth$5,000 00 specie Gold and Silver. 37,434 62. Liabilities. ,4is 2< Kotos in circulation 193,0s0 00 deposits. 38,014 44 due to other bauk3. Sqq 00 the above st my meet is Correct to the Best c fun Knob Lego and belief Jos. Karch cashier. Sworn and subscribed before me. Lebanon feb 12.1862. A Moxa s. , up. Administrator notice. Notice is hereby Given that letters of administration on the estate of major Frederick pm dict late of the Borough of Lebanon Lebanon county pa., de a eased have been granted to the undersigned residing in. The sane place. All persons indebted to said estate will make immediate payment and those having claims will present them to p. Of. 15b�oti, admin a. Lebanon february 12, 1862. Public a Sale of personal property in ill he sold it Public Sale on a Friday March 7, 18g2, at the residence of the subscriber in North Ann Vullo non comity about one mile and a half Wost from up View and a Quarter of a mile from Jacob Manl Faiia a Mill the following Peranni property Damp a _ a elegant draught Hoit Fml she a a two Carling Colt g Good Milch cows 6 head of Young cattle r on wagons i entirely new Broad wheet Edl i 20 a so up Rug r agon one horse Wagon 1 iwo to so sold. I sigh i seed Drill flour he a harrows 1 shovel Harrow 3 cultivators 1 Corn of Longs 1 wire Hay Raleo 2 ladders 1 a of ent Hay Fork 1 Windmill 1 cutting Bench 8 horse gearing 2 grata Sci the a us of menthta8 ��4 Luann other articles too co Cwm a a. a when North an Nohie twp., lob. Co.jfebav6li fair la a manhood sow lost Bow restored just pulls Jird in a scaled in dope. Price str re. A Leot Bre on the nature Temps and Radical cure of of seminal a take Neta. Involuntary emissions in atm pediments to marriage generally Nervio Osnoss sumption epilepsy and fits mental so physical in a parity resulting from self abuse Jetani j Cottye Busl m. A author of the grim both a Taro Eis rid "�?o0mred nil to or it in this admirable Lee Tore clearly Preves from ins own experience that Tho awful consequences of self Yahuso May be Effort Nally removed without Medicino and without dangerous sur. Tical operations bogies instruments rings or cordials pointing out a Mode of cure certain and effectual by which every sufferer nil matter what Liis condition May he May cure himself cheaply privately and radically. This lecture will prove a been to Len ii a Sands and thousands. A a a a so Seal in a Plain enveloped to any address Asar of Bix a a Quot Stos a Mir fehrugybltl�62kew a Quot key it Al a Fulce a a �86 by auditors notice estate of Jeremiah bad gift deceased Tho Croo tors entitled to Tho a i Aud duties of , at his of my a or a Row us �5?0fttbxcjky Jan �?T62 a Ojik by he a Star auditor orphans distribution of adminis among to Tho i of kit Fautu to i i Lebanon j vow Irso shaving Stew advertisements. Inn non barrels o f the a Lodi Many iuu5uuu factoring Poudrette for Sale by Lodi manufacturing company-130 South wharves Philadelphia a. This company with a capital of $160,000 the most extensive works of the kind in Tho world and an experience of 22 years in manufacturing with a reputation Long established having also Tho exclusive a opral of nil Tho night soil from Tho great City of new York ale prepared to Amish an article which �3, without doubt the cheapest and very Best fertilizer in Market. Prot for barreliandovor$l.50 per barrel or Only $16 per ton. It greatly increases the yield and ripens the crop from two to three weeks earlier atan expense of from $3 to $4 per acre and with very Little labor. A a pamphlet containing All the information necessary with letters Tiue Horace Greeley Daniel Webster and hundreds of Farmers who have used it extensively for Many years May to had free by addressing letter As above or a a James t. Foster 66 Courtlandt st., new York. Care of the Lodi manufacturing co. February 12,18s2.3m. ¿blviilsr�5tb.ator,s Szlis of valuable. Blooded Stock and . The following Stock bred on. The Colebrook estate of the late William Coleman deceased Anda Large assortment of farming utensils will be uttered at Public Sale at Colebrook Furnace on tuesday february 18ch, 1862, commencing at to of clock a. M., by order of the administrator of said estate Viz u0rsb5 and mules�?2 blooded mares. Amp a. Short Horn or Durham Stock the Floe Btl a Leopard a 4 years old 20 Milch cows 7 heifers 3 years old 3 heifers dad Fer x year old 3 balls 1 year old. A Devon Fifita a Veci Iube a 5 year old 20 Yoang Milch cows 5 heifers Between 2 and 3 years old 4 heifers Between a and 2 years old a heifers under 1 year old 2 bulls. 2 years old 3 bulls. 1 year old. A -1 Alderney stock�?1 Bull Between 2 and 3 years old 4 heifers Between 2 and 3years old. Sheep�?26 cotswold sheep in pairs. Swine a lot of Fine Chester county pigs Sheafe and hogs Breeding sows with pig. Also 45 head of Fine fat cattle mostly blooded a Slock Between 3 and 4 years old fit for watchers of Farmers use. Also Broad and narrow wheeled 3. 2 and a Bors wagons harrows ploughs cultivators mowing and threshing machines of and horse carts Corn hollers Patent Salces Patent Hay Forks log Halter cow and other Chais besides a variety of other articles too numerous to mention. The late proprietor or. Cole&1an, spared neither pains nor expense in procuring the Best blood Chat could be obtained and the excellence of his Stock is so Well established in this county As to Render a More particular description of it unnecessary. To a the Stock May be been at the Colebrook farm at any time previous to the Sale by application to the manager or. John Benson. $02. Terms made known on Day of Sale by v. W. Q. Freeman administrator. January 16,1862. Pro Perry. V x jul Public Sale of personal property. Will be so at Pablic Sale on saturday february21,1862, at Tho late Ros Douce of pour matter dec�?Td., in Palmyra Lebanon county,.l�a., the following personal property Viz a 1 cow Hay harness. Good watch. 2 guns 1 Carriage 7 Beds and bedsteads. Centre and other r3t -y9x-. pc jes Assiz Cane Scot and other chairs chests stoves carpets Copper kettles Buffalo it Obs potatoes 1 barrel of vinegar and a variety of other articles too numerous to men Friou. A Sale to commence at 10 of clock a. M., when due attendance will be Given and terms of Sale made known by Christian Hoffer administrator of Philip mutter dec a. Palmyra january 29,1862.-tb. Public Sale of personal property. Will by sold at Public Sale on f1uda k feb Kua by 21 1862, at Tho residence of David w. Uii fuck % mile North from Fredericksburg lebanon1 county the following personal property Viz a 4 horses. 18 head of cat. The 7 Milch cows i Dev Quot onshore Bull 10 Young cattle 11 shoats 1 broadband 1 narrow wheeled Plantation Wagon 2 War Oil bodies 2 setts Hay ladders 4 setts harness Saddle. 2-horse Block sled seed Drill 5 plows harrows shovel Harrow and cultivator Corn Sheller drag cow and other chains Hay Grain and other Forks scythes and cradles barrels and stands and other articles for the farm House and Kitchen. Saleta commence at Precy Selv 12 of clock when terms will he made known by David w. Uhrt ii. Jacob shot Terry auctioneer. Bethel Jan. 15, �?T62. County them Ihl it a 2 Wagon for rent. / a vue subscriber Oil Uro to rout his Largo Throo Story Brick building in Cumberland Troat Lebanon Between Tho Black horse and Washington hotels. Said building was lately in Possession of or. Reisner. It has a Fine store Hoorn basement Marjre Back building outbuildings Garden a. It will be rented in whole or t to said applicants. Apply to j Remer on the to the undersigned above a Ravine. Possession will be Given on april 1, -1861 january 8,1862. We. Ault. Attention company Able bodied Young men wanted 1 to All up the Stanton guards now encamped at cd rep Ciu tin Harrisburg Penn a in col. Thomas Biol by a Boiz text. Men Are paid uni formal and fed from the Date of their enlistment. Pay of soldiers thirteen dollars per month and three dollars and fifty cents allowed for clothing per month. Neh Man will receive the sum of one Hundred Dot Lars at the expiration of his enlistment the government will pension every Man a who is wounded or disabled by sickness while Turtte service and in Case of death his wife or heirs will receive All his Hack and a pension. As this company is to be exclusively composed o Young men from Lebanon county it is expected an Deb Rcd that the ranks May be speedily filled. Ail regularly discharged Throe months men Joi Uini the service again Are entitled to two dollars per Mentz extra. Ii. J. 8heafer, Captain a Sta Tox Gua ebs a Penn a volunteers Lebanon february 5,1862. Turnpike Flection. Notice is hereby Given that an election by Tho stockholders in the resident managers and company of the Berks and Dauphin Turnpike Road will be held at the i Ablio House of j. L. Benet him in my it town Lebanon county Pennsylvania. On monday the cd Day of March next Between the hours of 10 of Clook a. M., and 4 of clock of that Day for the purpose of electing one president fight managers one treasurer and such other officers As May be necessary to conduct Tho affairs of the a amp Al company during tie ensuing year. A 4� the same time the annual statement of the treasurer win be Laid before the stockholders As anal. By order of the Board Henry mull prob to. Jacob Reavle treasurer. January 22,1862. Seed wanted. The subscriber will the highest Market Price for. Timothy seed Glover. Seed flax seed at the min us Market Street Lebanon Quot Borough. Bring it immediately. Abram Stricklr. Lebanon september 4. 61. A store House for rent. This stand contains a Large store room and eleven other Roema f family dwell Gand it is situated in Heinan a Dale Lebanon county firm Ink Al half nulls weat from Lebanon on the Quot Thimi canal. Store has Bee kept in Tho above h i �?o0u88 for last i Trca years. This Brand is. Lii situated in a thickly settled part of Lebanon county and is calculated to. Do amp Largo country Andi boat business having a Fine wharf and Landing for boats to Lay and Large and convenient stabling for boat horses. This Brand a Well worthy Tho attention of such wishing to engage in store grata and Coal business. Terms Yery 30f 61. John Heilman h. S. _ Honey wanted. Tel commissioners of Lebanon county Are Desiron of making a loan of several thousand dollars. Immediate application should be made to the treasurer H. Borgner esq., or a berth is. 1 attest Canu Fanrak Quot by it to Thaun county Lebanon february 6,1862. Weekly a Siyi a a 3 h11�?T� molasses at from 25 to 50 cts por Gal 5 bbl 8ugar Good at 9 and 10 cute per p 5 bags co foe Best at 18 cents be dry goods. 20 pieces Calico and bleached Muslin 0% t sinew markets 12% ots. Quot 10 a a a clones 6% cts is a now strip Dola Taes 25 cute.,?0 a in Rint 6% cute. A a a lot of ticking from 5 to ?5 cts. A Domestic gig hands 10 Ota Toio Tki carpeting from auction very Low. 20 Brocha shawls a Wool Nett silk Tho Gnu us a a a a very cheap. Menus and ladies cloths ladies cloth cloaks and a Large assortment of dress goods. Which willbe sold cheap for Cash Aud for any Bill of foreign goods upward of five dollars bought for Cash a deduction. Of five per it. Will a amp made. All kinds of country produce taken in of Chango Lebanon Kotof Foj a til. _ j. A Burgk. Sun umbrellas parasol Ricly and Fino Skole toa skirts dusters Sliawa and a variety of other goods for ladies just received and for Sale cheaper than Tho cheapest by Henry a Stine if you want Quot a 1 ambr Iype very cheap go to daily a. A gallery next door to Tom Lebanon Deu Osif Bank

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