Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
19 Feb 1862

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19 Feb 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 19, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaJai tinting Odif of Oam aomsdcaaaqcpcpac$3s3� near by and promptly executed at the advert is a Cotta tins it amp Bushi Zient is now supplied with an extensive mss Ramrat of Job Iype which will to increased As a he patronage demands. It can now turn out printing of two description in a neat and expeditious Manor a and on very reasonable terms. Suchias pamphlet checks a a a Burines cud Handbill Oiron Lari i it Abies Bill heading Blank programme Bills of pare invitations tickets &c., fre. Or sum of All kinds common Anil judgment bods. School justices constables Aud other bunks printed Oor Reott and neatly on the beet paper constantly kept a or sets at this office at pro sea Quot to suit the it. Subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and a half a tear. Address we. Bataan Lebanon a. Public Sam of personal property. A Erthl be old at Pablo Sale on a Friday March 7, 1862, at the residence of the end Scriber in North Annville township Lebanon county about Ona mile and a half West from sch Row and a Quarter of a mile from Jacob mauls or s Mill the following personal vie property a a a elegant draught Hor. -35i Milch cows. Jul # Bead of Young cattle 0 four House Iva Gons i entirely new Broad wheeled 1 two hone Spring Wagon i Ono horse Wagon 1 two horse sled i Sleigh i seed Drill Ploug a Narrows a shovel Harrow s out orators 1 Corn ploughs 1 wire Hay Rake 2 Seta Hay ladders 1 Patent Hay Fork 1 Windmill 1 cutting Bench 8 sets horse gearing 2 Grain Cradle grass scythes rakes Forks and a Good Many other articles Teo numerous to mention. Ast Sale to Emmanoe at 10 of clock a. H., when conditions will be made known by John Maul air. North ant Lyle twp.,Leb. Co a feb. 12, �?T61. _ wifi Frosali Quot of personal property. Ettlel be sold it Pablo Sale on w saturday februaby2z, 1802, at the late residence of Pawn Mattie dec�?Td., in Palmyra Lebanon county pa., the following personal cow Bay harness Good a _ watch 2 guns mb1 Carriage tra 7 Beds and bedsteads Centre and other and other chairs chests states carpets Copper kettles Buffalo Robes potatoes 1 barrel of vinegar and a Tarley of other articles too numerous to mention asst Bale to commence at 10 of clock a.m.,when duo attendance will be Given and terms of Aale made known by Christian Hoffer administrator of Philip matter dec a. Palmyra january 20, l&62,-tb. A Public Sale a Etta. V. A mob a mile North from Fredericksburg Lebanon county Tbs following personal property Viz a Al 4 horses. 18 head of cat. A Tab 7 Milch cows 1 div y a Tina and 1 Nam onshore Bull 10 Young 11 sh0at8,1 Broad 99 a 2 Wagon. Cattle. _. 1 narrow wheeled Plantation Wagon 2 Wagon bodies 2 setts Hay ladders 4 setts harness Saddle a a 5plows,harrows, shovel cow and. Scythes and cradles barrels and stands and other articles for the farm House and Kitchen. Sale to commence at prec sely 12 of clock when terms will be made known by David w. Uhri ii. Jacob shot tardy auctioneer. Bethel Jan. 15,�?T62. For bent.1 Ratshe subscriber offers to rent his Large three-1 Story Erick building in Cumberland Street Lebanon Between the Black horse and Washington hotels. Said building was lately in Possession of or. Ressner. It has a flue store room basement Large Back building outbuildings. Garden a. It will be rented in Boiu or t to said applicants. Apply to j. C. Re Suer on the premises or tothe undersigned above Attu tulle. Possession will be Given on april 1, 1801 january 8,1882. We. At it. Store House for rent. Minis stand contains a Large store room and eleven i other rooms for family dwelling end store it is situated in Heilman a Dale Lebanon county four �4l and a half Miles West from Lebanon on the to Union can a. Store has been kept in to above a a i Boose for the last three years. This stand is jul situated in a thickly settled part of Lebanon a and is calculated to do a Large country and boat business having a Fine wharf and Landing for boats to Lay and targe and convenient stabling for boat horses. Tuta stand is Well worthy the attention of snob wishing to engage in store Grain Aud Coal business. Terms they moderate a october 30, >0lt John Heilman. S. Attention company Able bodied Young men wanted to Fiu no the Stanton guards now encamped at Camp Curtin Harr Taberg Pennis in col. Thomas a Natal a regime bet. Men Are paid uniformed and fed from the Date of their enl fitment of of soldiers thirteen Uduari per month and three Dobart and fifty cent attorney for clothing per month. Eash Man Walt receive the sum of one Hundred Dot lore at the expiration of i enlistment. The government will pension every Man who 1 wounded or disabled by sickness while in the est vice and in Case of death his wife or heirs will receive All Hie Beck and a pension. As Nils company is to be exclusively composed of Young men from Lebam Conn to it la expected and the service again Are entitled to two dollars per mor extra. A Sheafer Captain Quot Stanton it tasks a Penn a volunteers. Lebanon february 6,1862. _ Turnpike election. Notice la hereby Given that an election by the stockholders in the president managers and company of the Berks and Dauphin Turnpike Road will be held at the Public House of j. L. Bennethum in Myerstown Lebanon county Pennsylvania. On monday the 3d Day of March next Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M., and 4 of clock p. M., of that Day for the purpose of electing one president eight managers one treasurer and such other officers a May be necessary to conduct the affairs of the said company during tie ens log year. At the same Timo the annual statement the treasurer will be Laid before the stockholders As snal. By order of the Board Henry mull press to. Jacob Babu treasurer. January 22,1862.administrator�?T notice. Tuff me s hereby Given that letters of admin Strala ton on threat aloof major Fri Buriok Embich late of the Borough of Lebanon Lebanon county Ades cosed have been granted to the undersigned residing in the same place. All persons indebted to said estate will make immediate payment and those having claims will present them to g. Bebuti no a. Lebanon february 12, 1882, auditor s notice. Estate of Jeremiah Batdorff deceased. Of vue undersigned auditor appointed by the orphans Al court of Lebanon county to make distribution of the fund fir the bands of George bowmen jr., administrator of Jeremiah Batdorff deceased to and among there it items entitled to the same will attend to the duties of Hia appointment at his office in Lebanon on Mono at the 24fa of feb Bua by 1682, at 10 o clock a. M., when and where All Persone having claims will present them. Lebo a jaa.29, �?T82. John b. Hie Bobr wanted. I of Lebanon county Are desirous r making loan of several thousand Dol a a immediate application should be Mode to the treasurer a amp Bol a a a 1 commissioners Robert Evans. 5 of Jacob Bucher j Lebanon county attest in pm Bat clerk. Lab anon february $ 18 weekly aub1vals �25 cts. Flu a use Iii yes store opposite the court House 1 he Moog this weeks arrivals 3 Hhd Moi by at from 25 to 60 cts per Gal. 6 Bwy i sugar Good at 9 and 10 Eta per Pound 6 bags Coffee Best at 18 cents per Pound. Dry goods. 20 piece Calico and bleached slush in eur cts. 10 a a new in Rete 12�o cute. 10 a . 10 a a new style Dellanee 20 a a print m cts. A lot of tic Kongi from 4 to 25 Eta. Domestic Gingham 10 cts. Stockings 0 wets. Carpeting from auction very Low. 20 Brocha shawls Wool and silk to genuine article me Shaw i it ladies cloths ladies cloth cloaks and a Luce assortment of dress goods which will he sold cheap for cosh and for any Hill of foreign goods upward of five dollars bought for Cash a deduction of a a amp kor a rotate of smut reel Oval Daniil aaa Fps moot st Simone store has been removed to his new residence in Cumberland Street the Square West from his old stand and opposite the office of or. 0. D. Of Loninger a a t Lebanon a. He has just opened a Large and Des treble Stock of Well made boots and shoos. Ladles old Walters at ll.25 a a boy foe 1.601 for misses Peatee h to a5? tls80"�?T menus Gaiter 2f for boys 1.76 to ,2.6011 for children to 1.62u. A a a arc variety of overshoes trunks travelling also a Ccann Convol. Ibo no. 85. Lebanon. Pa., wednesday february 19, 1862.whole no. 661. Inn non barrels o ? the a Lodi Manu 1uu, factoring co s fou Dbette for Sale by Lodi manufacturing company-130 South wharves Philadelphia a. This company with a Capitel of $160,000, the most extensive works of the kind in the world and an experience of 22 years in manufacturing with a reputation Long Ert Ablahed having also the exclusive control of ail the night soil from the great City of new York Are prepared to furnish an article which is without doubt the cheapest and very amp est fertilizer in Market. Price for7 barrel 3 Aud Over $1.50 per barrel or Only $15 per ton. It greatly increases the yield and ripens the crop from to to three weeks earlier at an expense of from $3 to $4 per acre and with very Little labor. A pamphlet containing All the information necessary with letters from Horace Greeley Daniel Webster and hundreds of Formen who have used it extensively for Many years May be had a by addressing amp letter As above or James t. Foster 66 Courtlandt st., new York hire of the Lodi manufacturing go. February 12,186z.-3m, manhood sow lost 1 How restored just published in a sealed envelope. Price six cents. A lecture on the nature treatment and Radical cure of of seminal weak m to capacity self abuse 4c, Robt j. a of the or Jato a a. The world renowned author in this admirable lecture dearly Prev a from his own experience that the awful consequences or self Abuso May be effectually removed without used Seine and without dangerous sur. Steal operations bogies. Instruments rings or cordials pointing out a Mode of euro at once certain and effectual by which every sufferer no matter what his condition May be May euro himself cheaply privately and radically. This lecture will prove a Boon to thou Sands and thousands. Sent under Seal in a Plain enveloped to any address on the receipt of six cents or two postage state addressing. Or. Chas. J. O. Klin 127 bowery now York Post office Box february 12,1862. New fall amp Winter goods just received at Henry Stine a _ storeladies1 dress goods French Merines Cobu Rgth Cashmere Muslin Delaine All Wool reps sack flannels Aud plaid goods of every description and at All prices. For a splendid assortment of dress goods Call at Henry a Stine a. Shawls shawls t Brocha Square and Long shawls All Wool plaid Long shawls mourning Wool shawls and a Large lot of Are Wool shawls offered at Low prices by Square 1 Henry a Stine. Menus and boys weak. Clothe Cass Meres sat tibets Union Ca sulmers Ken Tacky jeans Ermine cloths and an assortment Beaver cloths which will be offered at reduced prices Lebanon nov. 6,�?T61. Quot. I by Henry amp Stine. Phila. Amp beading Railroad. Lebanon Valley Branch. Two daily passenger trains to read ing and Harrisburg. Pass Lebanon going East to Ratling at 8.43 a.m., and 2.45 p. Pass Lebanon going West to Harrisburg at 7.04 p. And 12.10 p. At Reading both trains make close Connexions for Philadelphia Pottsville Tamaqua Danville Williamsport 4c. Morning train Only connects at Reading for Wilkes Barre tit Aston and Scranton. At Harrisburg trains connect with a norther Central a and a Cumberland Valley railroads for Pittsburg Lancaster Baltimore Sunbury chamber Burg 4c. Through tickets to Lancaster in no. 1 cars $1 50, to Baltimore. $3 30. A a 80 lbs. Baggage allowed to each passenger. The second class cars run with All the above trains. Through first class ticket sat reduced rate to Niagara Falls Buffalo Detroit Chicago and All the principal Points in the West North West and Canadas and Emigrant tickets at lower fares to All above places can be had on application to the station agent at Lebanon. Through first class Coupon tickets and Emigrant tickets at reduced fares to All the principal Points in the North and West and the Canadas. Commutation tickets. With 26 coupons at 26 per cent discount Between any Points desired and mileage tickets Good for 2000 Miles Between All Points at $46 each for families and business firms. Up trains leave Philadelphia for Reading Harris Burg and Pottsville at 8 a. And 3,30 mid 6 p. Tif passengers Are requested to Purchase tickets be fore the trains Start. Higher Faros charged. If paid in too cars. G. A Nicolls july 17,1861. Engineer and superintendent. George Hoffman a Lebanon county a i transportation line. By Lebanon Valley Railroad. Particular attention will be paid to goods shipped by the Lebanon Valley Railroad. Goods will be sent daily to and from Philadelphia to Lebanon Myers town and Annville stations and All other Points in the county. Freights contracted for at the least possible rates and delivered with dispatch. The proprietor will particular attention to and attend personally to the receiving and delivery of All freight t. A r for information apply at his office at the Lebanon Valley Railroad depot. Lebanon. Edward Mark his agent in Philadelphia win always be found at w. Bashes merchant s Hole. North third Philadelphia. July 11/60.1 Geo. Hoffman. Leo. U aktti8. Jno. A. At jobs. G. L. Atkins amp Bro. Having United in the Boot and shoe bks toss and from their determination to be punctual and make none but to beet of work they Feo Liike soliciting a Large of Public patronage. They will always be found at their old stand new , in Market Street nearly of mite widow Bise e Bidet where they will be ready to serve and please their customers. They have now on band a Large assortment of boots shoes trunks carpet bags ac., which they offer at reduced prices 49 persons dealing at this shoe store can be suited with ready made work or have it made to order. Satisfaction in always warranted. 4sp particular attention Given to the repairing boots and shoes. Lebanon july 3,1861. A trims a new Boot and shoe store la fitted a i. No in Good order for Comfort and convenience both for ladles and gentlemen. Atkins a new Boot and shoe st re is fitted up in Good order for comfor tand convenience both for ladies and gentlemen. Atkins a Bro Promise to be punctual and will Endeavor t. Please All Abo May Call on them for Boot. Aud shoes this is the a place to get cheap and fashionable boots shoe bats Caps �c., Fob sprin0 and summer Tike undersigned having opened his Spring and i summer m boots shoes hats Caps trunks and i travelling Dags of the very latest a j and handsomest styles and Best finish. A would respectfully invite All his old friends a most and customers and others who wish to buy the beat articles in his line at the lowest prices at Bis store in Walnut st., next to the county prison. It is Sot Nece Sanjy to enumerate particular article for bus Stock embraces everything for ladles gentlemen girls boys Ami children that can be called for in this department of business. The ladies particularly will Finda Choice selection of All theban Amest Aud lat est Sty Lesof shoes. Gaiters a. His assortment of hats Caps trunks travelling bags ac., have been selected with great care. Cah soon Aud Obj jag 1� measures taken and work made to Erder. Lebanon May 8 1861� Philip f. Mccany fashionable Boot and shoe maker on Cumberland Street one door East of a a he a it. Black horse hotel. Thankful Forther by a a very Liberal patronage extended to me for the Short time i have been in business i would respectfully solicit a continuance of the patronage of the Public. He has at All times an assortment of boots and shoes of Bis own manufacture on hand which will be disposed of on reasonable terms. Fine boots ladies 0aitebs, to. Those desiring a neat Woll made article Are invited to give me a trial. Childrens shoes of every variety and Leolor on hand. Heavy work made to order. 49 All work warranted. Repairing Neauby done and charge made , july 3,1861. A Kcf purity. A capital satire. Rye Coffee. Last night i heard a wide awake whose face was very Long a with Cape and lamp All by his Side a flinging of a song. The song it was a pretty one and charmed my listening ear i Only mind the chorus now and i will ring it Here. Chorus. Of Rex curare i youve Sweet enough for me without a Grain of sugar if the Nigger can be free i 1 saw. Amp Cape and Well i knew id seen it Eft before and Oft id seen that lard Oil lamp go alg Zig past my door but now the Cape was old and torn the lamp it had no Ilo a yet sweetly there that wide awake Bat singing All the while on aus. Of its Coffee the wide awakens Delight i shall remember Long How Well he rang that night 1 wonder if that wide awake As be sat singing there intended to repudiate Hie taxes just and fair ? 1 wonder if that wide awake was posted Well As i that he was cheating government when drinking of the Ryo ? chorus. Of Rys Coffee 1 for wide awakes you la do but not for patriots who a give the government its due confounded be Rye Coffee Corn Coffee and All that i that i will still drink Java you May safely bet your lat i confounded be the men who made the tax a dreadful thing a but in be a better chorus Here which please stand up Aud sing ch0b.u8. Go a Way cd Febi the masters servant be a but let is All Pray for the Timo when come shall be Farre i if you want a no. 1 ambr Type vary cheap go to daily a gallery next door to the Lebanon do Post Bant. Id you see Atkins k nov boat and so. Store. A use As it is in one of the principal streets of a great pity stood a Large boarding House whose White Marble front and general air bespoke the aristocracy of its inmates. One could Tell it was a boarding House from the Many faces fair and Plain sitting at or near the windows. It was five of clock a the fashionable dinner hour. Already the Public drawing rooms and private Parlours were filled with youth and Beauty. In one a Bevy of fair women were grouped together talking rapidly and excitedly. A i Tell you it is mighty Jane saw him come out of her room twice to Day and last night after the Southern train came in atone o clock Quot he went straight to her room. A Are you sure you can rely on Jane sword Clara i am sure i should not Quot Trust my maid in a similar Case. They Arl All fond of the a you Are really complimentary my is Bradley. If you keep servants whose word you cannot Trust i do a the Halls Are dimly lighted at the hour a said another kindly voice a perhaps it was or. Leeds she who a i. Leeds has dark hair and eyes. This Man had fair hair and Blue eyes real aristocratic looking Jane a for pity a Sake do let that poor mrs. Leeds alone. Of course it was some relative or he would not be going to Wake her up at that time of night. As for being in her Boom i daytime that is nothing strange if he had gone Trihy times. At a hotel ones room is ones Home and who wants to run to the a drawing rooms to see every one that Calls a a Well i agree with Clara Wilber a said another voice. I do not think we should notice mrs. Leeds any More. 1 Shane to for one. She is too secretive and a i Shan t notice her a nor in nor i a said one and another. A Well ladies i am very spin by for the Courso you have a taken for my part i condemn it. I cannot blame mrs. Leeds if she is not disposed to be communicative regarding her family affairs. 1 believe she has some sorrow that we do not know of. I am cute in ested in her a her Pale Sweet face touches me. I for one shall treat her politely having seen nothing to cause me to do we none of is have More than a speaking acquaintance with her at any rate. It is not at All Likely she would confide her troubles or the motives of her actions to almost strangers a and the lady passed into an adjoining room. A dear me How Independent we Are it seems to me Mary Bradley plumes herself a great Deal upon her r a of Clara How can you say so a said the kindly voice above mentioned. A Mai a has less Pride and cares less for Money than any one of a Well she be Edam to be so wonderful straight laced but girls there comes gen. Lane. Let is get up our very prettiest a tall Noble form in full regimentals Chapeau Sash epaulettes entered the room. He was a handsome Man of fifty dark eyed and Olive skin eds the Beau of the House. Though fifty years had passed Over his head Bis lofty form was yet in. Bent and his heart As you Gas Twenty years ago. He was a Noble specs. Men of manhood and notwithstanding his half Century not one of the fair beauties around him would have refused him her a Lily ban for he was both handsome and wealthy a and although he had seen Many a bloody Field his deep voice was almost gentle and an almost womanly tenderness brooded id his eyes. As he approached the ladies he said a Good evening fair Dames. What is the news a a general you have just missed a rare dish of scandal. Mrs. Leeds was done to a turn. I am sorry you have missed it a no need for sorrow my dear Young lady As 1 was sitting out on the Verandah enjoying my Cigar i heard it All. I suppose i should have moved but i was Loo Lazy and you were talking so loud i did not suppose it was a Clara Wilbur wilted Down considerably for it web her custom to a do the soft and gentle before the general. A what do you think of mrs. Leeds said gentle Maud Miller. A Well i s Maud i think she is Beautiful Graceful perfect lady. If she were a widow to Morrow i would try to win her a As he finished peaking two persons came pacing slowly Down the Broad Hall was slight und Graceful with dark hair and she woe a Robe of Black velvet her Only ornament being a Coral brooch clasping a Collar of Rich lace around her White Throat and the Coral comb that confined her jetty curls. The gentleman was a tall and aristocratic a with a fair hair and Blue eyes a being doubtless the identical Man that Jane had seen enter mrs. Leeds room the night before. Whilst they watched the Graceful movements of the two the Gong sounded and the entire company passed into the brilliantly lighted dining room it so chanced that general lanes roams adjoined those of mrs. Leeds. He had Only returned to the City a fortnight before apr an absence of seven weeks during which time the stranger mrs. Leeds bad come among them. Immediately after dinner he had retired to Hia own room much to the discomfiture of the ladies. As he sat Reading in his own room mrs. Leeds and the world forgotten he heard a Knock at the lady s door and As it was opened heard a woman a voice exclaim a of dear Charlie is it you i come in you look tired and worn come and lie Down on my comfortable lounge and rest while we have a real Good old fashioned the general was surprised to find How Plain he Souid Bear till he remembered the door Between the rooms. A How Long can Yon stay Charlie a a Only till ten Carrie. I have an engagement at ten to meet lace Canterbury. But Carrie you too look a tired and worn what is wrong my pet a a nothing Charlie you Only fancy a you cannot deceive me carried you Are changed. Something is missing from you eyes and the rare old gladness of spirit that was my Pride is gone then Ere she could reply he added a where is Harry to night a the Clear voice was unfaltering that he has business out to a he washout last night when i Camo at one of clock. Is it his custom to leave you thus alone at night Carrie a a a of no indeed it just happened a Como into the inner room dear i have much to say to you it is now heme like.�?T. Their voices Only reached the gen Rales ear now in a kind of subdued murmuring. Yet he could not read. The spell seemed broken. Eor an hour he alternately paced the floor and tried thread. He was just about retiring when voices from the next room reached him again. A so you must go Charlie ? i dislike to have you go but i must not be a and i dislike to leave you sister mine but it must be. To Morrow i will spend with you Day and evening too. Look in yonder Mirror carried see what a tiny thing you Are who would imagine we were children of the same parents ? you with your dark hair and eyes and mine both Bright. It is too bad i should have had the dark hair and eyes Carrie a a yes Charles but then you know vie Canterbury says fair hair and eyes Are a so aristocratic a said Carrie archly a so she does. But Good night my precious sister. You grow More like your Mother every Day Carriel a his sister of 1 am so and the Noble Warrior Felt almost like falling upon his Knees and thanking god for the woman s parity. He had not doubted it but the Elirse of scandal is that in spite of ones better nature when one hears so much something of distrust will cling to the heart. Soon there came a Knock at the general a door a summons for him to go to the apartments of a brother officer on business whose rooms were situated in another part of the House. As he was returning at 12 of clock he saw a Small slight figure coming up the Hall from an opposite direction. As he came nearer he saw that it was mrs. Leeds. She still wore the Rich dress she had worn to dinner. A Superb Crimson shawl of Canton Crape was Flung Over her head almost covering the Blue Black curls and tightly clasped under the Ebin by two Small White hands. But the White despairing face that Rose from out that Crimson drapery would haunt one a lifetime. As she passed the general she Drew her shawl Over her face As thou to conceal it and to gallantly fixed his eyes upon the floor As though in a Brown study. He reached his rooms too excited to sleep. Something was agog 1 what was it taking Down his Well worn Bible this a hero of a Hundred Battles read As it was his nightly custom. It might have been ten or perhaps fifteen minutes when a Light step passed his door accompanied by one slow and heavy the two entering mrs. Leeds room. Soon he heard the Sweet voice of mrs. Leeds say pleadingly. A done to be angry Harry. Sit Down dear i have a Nice cup of Strong Coffee of the bedroom stove for come and drink it and then let us go to bed in a so a by done to you go to bed then a a said the Man crossly in thick drawling tones that showed he was ten ii quor. To Harry i but now that you Are Here Safe i can sleep quite Content. Cerne Harry a a go to bed yourself mrs. Leeds i Shane to sleep to night. Quot whore is that precious brother of yours ? has he come Here to As a spy on my actions a. To Harry you know that Charlie would not do that Charlo that had been your Friend from boyhood. He was sorry you were not Here �?~all4 ill be bound Yoti had a rare dish of scandal at my expense. A 1 a has Harry Leeds you know better and for the first time the tones were indignant. A you knew that i have been a faithful True wife and would speak a sparingly of you to no one not even to my brother. But come now Harry undress and let us go to a there is no use in fooling mrs. Leeds Lam going Back to room 195 the boys want the. Mind you done to come after me again a and be Rose to go. A of my dear husband please done to go off again a said she in pleading tones. A take your from about my Neek woman or i will strike you a no Harrie you Are but you would not strike me your own Carrie a i then to convince you take and a heavy brutal blow fell upon the slender form and with an oath the Man left the room slamming the door after him. Not a sound came from the stricken woman. Gen. Lane listened in an agony of suspense for the faintest sound to relieve the i Ead he Felt lest that heavy blow bad killed the frail Loving wife. Several minutes passed. Then be could endure it no longer. �?~1 am old enough to be her farther a he Soliloquy sized. A i will throw aside Alt etiquette and see if she is he forthwith opened Tho door and looked within. A what a sight met his eyes upon the floor Lay the stricken wife Pale and motionless the blood trickling from the wounded where it had come in a amp intact with the stove. Lifting the inanimate form he Laid it upon the sofa and tax so that were no shame to his manhood fell upon the Palo Young face. He bathed her face with water and soon to his great Joy the Large dreamy Bine eyes opened and rested upon him. She looked at him As though bewildered then in a moment recollection returned and a flush of shame dyed her fair face. In answer to her questioning look in her eyes he said room joins yours Madam i knew your were Alono and hearing no sound after your fall i feared you might to very much Hurt therefore i took the Liberty of coming in. Do not mind inc. I am an old Many old enough to be your father i will ring for the chambermaid to assist you and then leave a of no i can do very Well. I would not have her come and see me in Fuji dinner dress at this hour and see this Bood trying to fell Back faintly and tears pressed a through the closed lashes. A a i am deeply indebted to you already gen. Lane and if Jitou will assist me into my bedroom i can then manage tenderly the Noble Man supported the slight form into the adjoining room. As to turned to leave she said �?~gen., you will keep this dreary scene a secret will you not i should die with mortification to have it known throughout the a i will never speak of it Madam but i would advise you to inform your brother and have him remove you from under or. Leeds excuse my bluntness Raadt me it is meant in kindness. heart aches for Yon and -.1 cannot help but speak plainly. Good night next Day the Sweet face was very Pale and the eyes heavy but that was the Only Trace of the last nights conflict. The wounded was covered up from the brother sight and he never dreamt of his Only sister s sufferings. Or. Leeds did not return that Day. The brother and sister spent the evening alone he Reading aloud whilst she sewed. It seemed almost like the pleasant evenings of their own dear Home and something very near approaching to a smile lingered about the lips of that anxious wife. Ten of clock came and Nohai by then eleven twelve Ono a it is strange what keeps is he in the habit of staying out so late Carrie ? before the sister could reply there was Tho tramp of Many feet upon the stairs and in another moment a Knock at the door. On opening it four men entered bearing a rude litter on which Lay the body of Harry Leeds. A drunk a exclaimed or. Sloan his suspicious for Tho first time giving themselves vent. A no dead Bir a answered the Man a he was killed in a Drunken the wretched to the floor in a deadly swoon while the brother shed Manly tears Over the wreck of what one was a Good Maui the loved Friend of his Early years. Of the sad burial and the bereaved woman a grief we need net speak. She had loved him through All and now he was dead and As it Ever is his faults were forgotten. Again he was the beloved Harry of other Days the husband of hero Rico. Of course everything was exposed now and the ladies of the House found out at last the cause of mrs. Leeds fitful end ctr known at last Why she was so often seen in the Halls at night Why she stood listening with her door ajar at All Houis of to e night. Those who had Ceu the ii Otto malign her now came Forward to offer their Earnest sgt paily to by were All Admira to i o v of to heroic wife who had Bor e Bei Orro is so Meekin acid so quietly. But it was too late. When u in d to d vow add have been grateful to tier at in i a Art they stood aloof and Galt a instead cold suspicious looks that sometimes Cut to the heart with a deeper Pang than cold thousands suffer thus Day by Day from the mis construction of the world they must Bear it too for if the sufferer is a woman there is no redress unless she in sexes herself and goes Forth to Battle for her Oil this scandal that crushes people to the Earth that tramples thousands of bleeding hearts under the feet of multitudes does not life bring enough of sorrow ? will not our Earth path to full enough of thorns and life a Eup full enough of woe that these our friends and neighbors must Home More Surley ? no it is not enough. Hearts always have and always will suffer from this great crucifixion scandal while the world lasts hearts will to shorn of every Flower of Hope and fancy by the too often Only though Plebs tongues of scandal lovers Wili see their sources of happiness and their Hopes drop off one by one because a few words of scandal has deprived them of this or that precious Friend. They must learn to suffer themselves must to outwardly Cairns must turn away from the too Happy past take up the broken threads of life and try to weave them in among their every Day distress but alas and alas skilful As one May be the ragged edges will be uppermost. It was the tenth of july that warm oppressive month when All the fashionable Fry Are a out of the City a if any Are so scarce of the a almighty dollars that they cannot go in reality let such put themselves under our guidance and in the twinkling of an Eye our journey by land and sea is compassed and we Are nearer the Shore Ufa no matter where enough that we Are at a watering Thore is the usual pleasant excitement the usual pleasant faces hidden Unden neat Raveling bonnets or those More convenient dark coi ored hats the pretty creatures sport. As the Steamer rounded up to the Landing All was confusion. Amid the Short hurried puffs of her engines and the mad shrieks of the whistle might be heard such remarks As these \ a John where is my shawl and Basket ? get them Quick and let us hurry out and get a seat in one of the front a Bridget have you the Lune Basket and the three Valise Are the children Safe a a Mother Mother wait a moment a please let us Stop at the House the bid Eways Are going to Stop there. Its Only fifty cents a Day More f a your foot off Iny dress sir there you have torn All the gathers amid a this hubbub one a gentleman stands calmly by an amused Spectator of the scene. Look we again. All As i live it is the Gallant general Lane looking younger and handsomer than he did two years ago. As they landed seeing that the carriages and Hacks would All be full he threw Bis shawl Over his shoulder cleared the Fence at one bound and after crossing be vex Al Fields found himself in a private Lane that led to the hotel that pleasant Shady Lane was familiar ground to him for Many a time in other years he had travelled it. He soon reached the hotel and passing in to Tho office secured a pleasant Quot chamber overlooking the sea before the crowd arrived. Ashe was crossing the Ball he met Bis acquaintance of two years ago or. Charley Sloan. The pleasant Surprise was Mutual and the general a pleasure was visibly heightened by finding mrs. Leeds was spending the summer with her brother in this delightful spot. The general thought As he sat beside the lady at toa that she was More Beautiful than Ever. She still wore mourning for her husband and though she was still sad the wild startled expectant look was changed for Ono of Calm Contentment. Days and weeks passed rapidly away and still the general lingered. The lady a Beauty and rare sweetness of manner seemed to grow upon him Day by Day. About a fortnight after his arrival Charles Sloan was thrown into a state of excitement by the unexpected arrival of Lovelace Canter Bury and his sister View particularly Pic. After that Charlie was to use his Sisters words Good at had it not been for the general she would have been left to spend her whilst the lovers paced Tho Moonlight str find of sat in quiet come is talking that language that is familial to us All. Somehow Carne Leeds Learnt to expect his constant presence to depend upon him instead of Charlie and so it Camo about the it did not Ofcar Cle her a bit when one. A i tii Nimr i a family paper for town and country. Is printed and published wee Felt i by we. Eeesli2t, 1 2d Story of Funckes new building Cumberland st i at one Dollar and fifty cents a year. A map adv��.nsxttext8 inserted at the usual rates. The friends of the establishment and the a Public be amp or ally solicited to Send in their orders. Thad Hills printed at As hours notice. Rates of postage. In Lebanon county postage free. In Pennsylvania out of Lebanon county-33 cents per Quarter or 13 cents a year. Out of this state g a cts. Per Quarter or 26 cts. A year if the postage is not paid in Advance rates Are doubled. Pleasant starry right he asked bar to be his wife. Charlie came upon Thorn suddenly and saw the general sarm around the Waist of his Little Black Robed sister. A heyday i what does this mean a a it Means Charlie dear that 1 have promised to be general lanes wife. You treated me so shabbily since Vas came that i was obliged in self defence to find another protector.�?T. A Well done my demure Little sister but i Amxo eally delighted. Give me you hand general Lane i can safely Trust my precious sister in your hands May god bless you soon after they left for Home the entire party together. In october there was a double wedding in Grace Church that of general Lane and his Beautiful carried Gharieb Sloan Aud Vic Canterbury a lace standing looking Down to his toes regretting that he. Had not made bettor use of his time and been married too or i m very amusing sword pose amp to Liou was made on the 17th by the officers of the seventy eight Pennsylvania to their ool. Wot. Sir Eli. The presentation speech of Ca it. Gillespie was a there we Are and Here it is. Thia is a Bally award and comes from bully take it. And ase it in a bully col. Sir Reli a reply was a Captain that was a bully speech. Let us Lake a bully a John Podlich esq., late United Stales Consul at Basle Switzerland returned Home a few weeks ago with his family after four years residence abroad Aud is again ooh spying his pleasant farm House in Alsace township a few Miles from Reading. A heavy Pittsburg dispatch says that in consequence of the urgent demand for heavy mortars arrangements Ore being made at the fort Pitt works to finish them at the rat eve twelve per week. A each weigh eight and a half tons this will be turning out one Hundred and two tons of mortars alone per week. Meanwhile the lathes Aro filled with heavy dab Grena and too Inch Columb add end shells of All calibre Are turned out in immense quantities. Buried the Early part of last week a woman who resided on Milton Street a whose name our informant Lieut. Montgomery of the City police could not remember suddenly died Quot and in the absence of her husband who is a Soldier in the was placed by her friends in a vault in the Cumminsville burying ground. Ott wednesday last the husband of the deceased re turned borne to be not Only surprised but severely shocked with the melancholy news that awaited him. Anxious once More to behold the be loved features of Bis departed wife before her remains were deported in the grave to bad her coffin opened in the presence of several friends when what was his horror and astonishment to find Ibe Hod changed position and was lying Flat upon her face having in her struggles and extreme despair torn the flesh entirely off one of her shoulders. The Fecit us of and Friend can readily be imagined at the exposure of such an awful death. The lid of the coffin was replaced and then lowered in the ground there to tie Cincin Futi j5nq. Archibald Mcintyre has been appointed and confirmed As treasurer of the United states mint at Philadelphia in place of Jas h. Walton Canadian is the great Forest of England. Great Britain and Ireland import annually some 27,000,009 Cubit feet or 54q,0qq loads of Canadian pice Timber the part of which is manufactured on the Ottawa River and its tributaries. The operations of tie manufacture Esterd Over upwards of 11.000 Square Miles and give employment to More than 40,000 men but there Are perhaps but few in England who have More Ibao the most misty Conception of the Way to which the giants of the Forest Are subjected to. The Dominion of Man. Coffee raising in seems to be u Semi tropical state. Besides the culture of sugar and Cotton the agriculturists of fill Nois Are turning their attention to Coffee Whible said to have bees grown there successfully a George r. Hoffman who resides near Effingham on the Illinois Central Railroad received a few seeds of Coffee from Bis son in Australia these be planted and the past season produced two bushels of Ripe Coffee the Quality of which is said to be excellent. He estimates the yield amp of thirty bushels per acre thus far the Plaht appears to be Bardy and promises to be several parties in Effic Guam county Are preparing to enter on its culture. The Plant comes into bearing the second year and the. Third year it produces a pretty fair crop. With these facts before them the state agricultural society hike offered premiums for Illinois grown Coffee a terrible monday morning week at about one o Clook the House occupied by Thomas Connell at Coal Castle Cass township in Schuylkill county was burned to the ground mid All to inmates perished in the flames. The name of those who were burned Are Thomas Connoll mrs. Council John James Dennis and George Connell a Bourde by name of Michael Hullah and a servant girl named Bridget con Dun. The bodies were so much charred and die figured that it was impossible to distinguish one from the other. 3rand Ball at Hie a life House. Guests present. The first Ball held in the White Otise Canoe off on the evening of the 5th inst. Over eight Hundred invitations Haff been issued and nine of clock was the hour appointed for the assembling of the guests but As it was not fashionable to be first of course no one was there at that time. Soon however they commenced to drop in. The first of any note was Secretary Welles and lady speaker grow and lady senator Wilson and lady. By 9 i however the were coming Iff in one continuous throng. Or. Acid mrs Lincoln Hen stationed themselves in the Centre of the East room to receive the guests. The company on entering presented the card of invitation at the main Entrance and passed to the second floor where the rooms were All thrown open to be used As dressing looms. They then returned to the Hail an passed into the East room paying their respects to mrs. Lincoln and then to the president. For one hour the throng kept up and the rooms were All full. The Marine band stationed in Timeir usual position played one of the overtures Ever composed Quot prior to opening the promenade and at i of clock or. Lincoln led Oft with i. S Browning daughter of senator Bro Wing of Illinois and mrs. Lincoln with senator Browning. Others soon followed and they poured through and through the different rooms. A room was thrown open about twelve i o clock in which was a table with an immense punch bowl in the Centre Andreand i wishes amp a. Upon it for then Ungry and i thirsty. But few. However partook. A the supper was set in the dining room i and was considered one of the finest spec a trans of culinary skill even displayed in i America. It was got up by Mallard of new York and Cost thousands of dollars. The Bifid of be wa6 steamed oysters scooped oysters boned Turkey Pate de

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