Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
16 Jul 1862

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16 Jul 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 16, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaFair in Tiitu advertiser office Lebanon Penn supplied with an extensive Tahbo rement of Job Type a Thich will to in cry tired a the patronage demands. It can now turn out pointing of outcry description in a neat and expeditious manner Anu on tory reasonable terms. In Chi of pamphlets checks business cards handbills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of fare invitations tickets &c., amp a. Al deeds of All kinds common and judgment Bonus. School Justice constables and other Blanks printed correctly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for Salo at this office at prices a to suit the subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and a half a tear. Address Tom. M. Beskin Lebanon a. North Lebanon steam grist Mill a rain wanted 11iie will Purchase All a my a of Kain such As wheat Rye Corn Oats to., at their steam Mill on the tin inn canal for which the highest Market prices will be paid in Cash. A ast All kinds of customer work will be Dona at the shortest notice and in the most satisfactory manner the Public is respectfully invited to give us trial. Soith Lebanon May 21,1862. Felix Light Gideon Light David l. , 14�?no. 4. Lebanon pa., wednesday july 16, 1862.whole no. 682.�30 employment. �100 commercial agents wanted to sell goods for the a newly gland a manufacturing company of k Wolf Gire a commission of one Hundred Pec cant of \ of it All goods sold by our agents or. We will wages at from $30 to.$100 per month Anu All Necee aary expenses. For particulars Alldre Sofwith to tamp cd fas. Kun Les. Gen. Age a a for the Adams manufacturing co. Detroit. Mica. May 21, 1s02. Walters Mill Milf a a subscriber respectfully inform the Public that a he has entirely rebuilt inc Mui on tie Little amp a Tara formerly known a screws Quot and later As Quot Wen Gert a a about one fourth of a mile Iroku Jonestown. Lebanon county a. That to has it now ins to Fop la to running order and is prepared to furnish cd amp timers regularly with a very Superior article of a As cheap of it can be obtained from any other he keeps also on hand and tor Sale at the lowest Eash prices chop bran Shokum. A. He is also prepared to do All kinds of Cut Tokars wonk. For Farmers and others at the very shortest possible notice and. In rites All to Gire Bina a Tria was machinery of the Mill is entirely new and of Cue latest and most improved kind. By strict attend Lou to business and fait dealing be Hopes to Merit a share of Public patronage. Wheat Eye Corn gats &c., bought for which the highest be Bayou Market prices will be paid. Franklin wal�j2r. May 7,1�62.woo�l, Coal posts Ralls a f Phe undersigned Bare purchased the Coal and Wood x Yard of Daniel flight merchant in Walnut Street North Lebanon Borough near the Union canal where a they will constantly keep on hand a urge Supply of All kinds of Coal which they a will sell wholesale and retail by the Boatload or by the ton. Also Cord Wood Hickory Oak a. Also Chestnut posts and rails which will be sold in Large or Small quantities at the Moat reasonable prices. Coal or Wood will be punctually delivered by the undersigned to any place in town or Vicinity. The Public Are invited to Call and satisfactory and punctual attendance be Given. Grain Grain Grain wanted. Any Quantity of Grain wheat Rye Oats Corn clo ver and Timothy seed will be purchased by the under signed at the highest Market prices for Cash or in a Nebr Uge for Coal Wood a. Jonathan Geesaman Christian 0. Meily. April 24, 1862.new goods a Tust received at the store of l. K. Laudermilch in Cumberland Street Lebanon a. Selling off Selling off an inducement to Cash buyers. Quot will cent. Fames dress goods Frenn i Merizio and Coberg. Lawns from to 16 cents. Mohair Plain from 16 to 37j4 cents Valo Ticino from to 16 cents. Menus and boys we Vii Black cloth from is 00 to $4 50. Fax cd Ami Black ass Lineros from 6� to $1 50 ladies cloak cloth from is 00 to �1 60. Cutic Onilea from 10 to 20 Cenia. Domestics. Wilin from 6 a to 1254 cent. A Check from 10 to 12 a my a. Ticking from 10 to 16 Canta. Calico.3, from to 12f� cents. Gin Hanifi from 10 to 20 cants. Shawls shawls Spring Shaula. From $1 00 to a i 00. Black Tibet shawls from $2 00 to $4 00. Notions notions 1 in Nina Ola and umbrellas from 60 to $2 00. Stock figs from 6j� to 75 Centa. Hoop skirts from 25 to �1 50, handkerchiefs from 0/� to is cents. Linen and taper costars. An assortment of Heady made clothing ca11pkts groceries and qtjeen3ware. Provisions. Sugar cured Ham and Mackerel. Fruits fruits pried apples dried Pluma dried peaches dried elderberries a sold to suit the times by l. K. Laudermilch. N. kinds of taken in Exchange for goods. L. K. L. Lebanon april 23,1862. Treasurer s Sal of unseated lands. Pursuant to the provisions of the several acts of the general Assembly of the Commonwealth directing the Mode of Selling unseated lands notice is hereby i Jajo snowing tracts of unseated lands in the county of Lebanon will be exposed to Sale at the court House in the Borough of Lebanon on the 2d monday in August next being the 11th Day of said month it 12 of clock noon and the Sale to continue from Day to Day. If necessary until the whole or so much be sold As to satisfy the state county Road and school tax As due thereto together with the Cost a unless the taxes due thereon be paid before the Day of Sale warrantees names. East Hanover. Levi Light Geo. Amp Jacob stauffer Quot widow Witmoyer Bethel. Jacob Bethney stunt lamp a by a Andrew Sharp Christian Bricker Jacob Boeshore Daniel Imberi John us non Zacharias Budorf Union. Jln i into Meas Benjamin Donmoyer John Lack Ort a eur Groy Adam Light John Lercz s set Meily pc mover Daniel Maui far Fth trip Vocase. Fox a a a pts Konon Borough. Jubb Bow Maii Mcconnel Londonderry. John amp Joseph Groff a a Fob Long. John Alldrin. Treasurer of Lebanon county Lebanon. June 18,1862. Samuel fee Roant. Aoolp�u3 Breinossl. Chasi a Kehy. A Friendly invitation acres. Tears. Amount 18 1800-61 $1 66 12 do 77 9 do Quot 1 32 2 do 28 3 do 61 amp do. 22 2 do i 15 30 do 2 15 114 do 4 37 6 do 1 15 do 1 43 21 do 1 12 8 do 75 amp do 73 20 do 1 20 69 do 2 00 10 do i 00 68 do 2 22 do 2 20 do40 do 28 lot. Do 162 a i do 3 00 67 do z 00 9 do 1 80 a n term re in a aaftrhuf0 the Southern exile at sea. To All desirous of purchasing lumber amp Coal to the Best advantage at the old established and Well known lumber Yard Reinoehl amp Meily at the Union canal on the East and West sides of Market Street North Lebanon Borough. The subscribers take pleasure in informing the citizens of Lebanon and surrounding counties that they still continue the lumber and Coal business at their m and Well Krumn stand where they Are daily receiving additional supplies of the Best and Well seasoned lumber consisting of White and yellow Pino boards Plank and scantling. Hemlock boards Plank and scantling. Rails posts palings and fencing boards. Ash from i to 4 Inch Cherry from %to3 Inch Poplar from % to 2 Inch. Poplar and Hardwood scantling. Oak and Maple boards and planks. Roofing and plastering laths. Shingles i shingles i shingles h \ also Pine and Hemlock shingles. Coal of coach Calll a Large Stock of the beet Quality of stove broken egg and and also the Best Allegheny Coal for blacksmiths. Thankful for the Liberal manner in which they have heretofore been patronized they would extend a cordial invitation for a continuance of favors As they Are confident that Uliey now Bate the largest Best and of tempest Stock of lumber on hand in the county which will be sold Aba reasonable percentage. Please Call and examine our Stock and prices before purchasing Ein oets Melli. North Lebanon Borough May 7. I8o2. Ont Lols at private Sale text Lii. A sold at Provite Sale. Wall township. It adj Offia the land of widow Fulmer on the North. We. At Kina and John Branaa on Thomast. There la a one Atory log House weather boarded erected on the land and a Good Well in the the land Haa Fine stones tor quarries. This tract will make a Nice Home for a Amnell family. A a. It is Iree Irani a Ruusu aces. Guru us be Josz Adam Ritcher. N tract la now covered with Fine Graas half of which will be Given to the purchaser. Lebanon june 13, 1860. _ if y0�o want goofy Pic turks go to Brenner s sky Light tallest Over d. S. Rahert a drug store on on Berland Street Lebanon a. , , , and Kaoro graphs taken doily sunday eme Ted prices reasonable and in Rylance with the site style and Una pity of the cases. Rooms opened from 8 a a to 4 o clock p. M. Lebanon june 2,1858.jlujwbmu. Mams be is. One of the Best and cheapest assortments of lumber offered to the Public is now for Sale at the new and extensive lumber and Coal Yard of Philip Brechbill a the Borough of North Lebanon on the Bank of the Union canal at the head of Quot Walnut Street a few squares North of the Genessee amp steam Mills and one quare East of Borgner a hotel. Their assortment consists of the Best Well seasoned a White yellow Norway Pine and Hemlock boards Cherry Poplar and Pine boards Ivand 2inch pannel and common Plank White Pine and Hemlock scantling and joists White Oak boards Plank and scantling and m Inch Poplar boards Plank and scantling. Shingles shingles the Bast Pina and Hemlock Shingle also roofing and plastering laths Chestnut rails and posts and pollings Fer fences and fencing boards floob1kg boards of All Sites and descriptions Coal Calll Coal a Large Stock of broken stove Limeburner Saud Smith Coal at the lowest prices. that they have the largest and Best assortment of lumber of All descriptions and sizes As Well As the largest Stock of the different kinds of Coal Ever offered to the citizens of Lebanon county they venture a to say that they can accommodate #11purchasers satisfactorily and would therefore invite All who want anything line to examine their Stock before purchasing elsewhere. Philip Brechbill. N. Lebanon july 3,1861miss Atkins would respectfully announce to the Cit iams of Lebanon and Vicinity that Ahe Haa opened a fashionable millinery and Mantua making establishment in Market Street 2d door Bove Hill. A new Stock just received and opened for inspection embracing a full assortment of silk Crape and Straw bonnets Bonnet Trimm Ings ribbons Flowers a. Lebanon april 17,1861.180s new styles. 1 80s Adam Rise in Cumberland Street Between it Quot Market and the court House North Side has i now on hand a splendid assortment of the new style of hats and Caps for men and boys for 1858, to which the attention of the Public is respectfully invited. Path of All prices from the cheapest to the most costly always on band. Hera also just opened Asplen did assortment of summer hats embracing such As 5x5, medal Pearl Horn leg Horn Senate cubian and All others. 8 �0 wholesale All kinds of hats Caps ac., to country merchants on acid amp b Terma Lebanon april 30,1862.mutual fire Iii Iii auce com Pany of Miville. Lebanon county Venn a. Thib company was Incorv Natad March. 1869, and is now in full Opar Atim and ready to Maka inane Anca of a Weringa and other bonding., on furniture and 3�srch#ud�m generally. Also on barns. Contents. Look Jim a. Of a Mutual principle. Sardual Seabold. John h. Kinports George Rigler John Abaein. Rudolph Herr Joeeph f. Heth Christian Bachman a Wilu Intai y,jr., a George s. Bom Gordner 1. D. A. Gormas 9eorgf Dongs John d. Beiver j Aniel a Early John Allweis prepaid eat. Rit do a Hubba , Secretary. Bammel Seebold travelling Ajro Fil. agent jew do Rock a Harg. Annvu�fiiarcb"6,t862.-ly. Quot a bark Ocean thine again i Joy to ride upon thy bosom cradled on thy tide and looking on thy a ayes i seem to try the the cherished lines of a Faini Ilar face. And in thy solemn masks seem to hear. Remembered tones familiar to my or for i have been upon thy breast before a when thou and All things youth s enchantment wore a and thou Art still the same As Young and free a but years and ills have wrought their change in me and chilled my dreams of thee Iny earliest Lovo a my Nuguid Eye like Noah a weary Dove Over thy expanse implores for rest in vain and half i wish me Back to Earth again. A yet Art thou wildly Beautiful in the god whose footsteps once upon thy Waters trod Nath left his shining imprint on thy breast that quite ret still in strange and wild unrest and to thy Depths a Sapphire Hue la Given As they had drank the deepest Blue of heaven. Now at the portals of the West behold the Sun kissed Waves Are changed to liquid Gold a if the sea put Oji Jer fairest charms _ to woo Damp a god to her arms. The sea Bird skims the wave with Pinion Light and Here and there a whitening sail in sight the , in the departing rays a thousand hues of Silver Light displays until by weariness of flight of Era pent he sinks into his native element a a anon the White fins of the shark appear i almost shudder As they come so near and swimming round our vessel s Foamy Way tin mazy rings a troop of dolphins play. And now a Distant line of land appears a Ujpal Hatteras the dread of voyagers and proudly like a giant Sentinel the Light House stands of danger near to Ull. The Sun hath sunk into his Ocean bed and Over Hie setting Crimson Clouds Are spread the land re bodes yet through the deepening night appears the Glimmer of your warning Light As some huge Cyclops roars his head on High the red Light flashing his angry Eye a Stem Monitor How soon thy Light must fade extinguished in a sight of deeper Shado sad presage of thine own approaching doom my native land thy night of Sallen gloom my. Own a ungrateful yet beloved land a save her of i god i from suicidal hand. Night spreads her Sable curtains Over the deep and vainly woos the troubled wares to sleep t-3 a eternal image of unrest ing thought in thou chafes like a spirit anguish wrought a mighty heart by sullen grief oppressed a. A if some guilty secret wrung thy Brett. Ohl Ever restless Ever Wakeful sea my spirit throbs in wild unrest like thee a with aching brow i Ait alone apart. The Stormy ayes of passion in my heart a gloomy night where nope has ceased to Shine. My Fate dark Ocean wild and dark As thine upon thy bosom borne a Reck not where a to a a alike since memory must be there. And thou Schb a sunny South i leave by agora and i Taay never never see thee More but Why should i regret theefs not one heart was grieved to see me from thy . No tone is left my absence now to mourn not one would throb to Welcome my return yet thou Art dear to me yes doubly dear regardless of by danger threatening near. So wronged yet adding double wrong to wrong As mad rebellion hurries thee along. So peaceful Onge so seeming peaceful still As if untouched by wrong or. Hate or ill a thy Quieta Trews thy Woods of stately Pine private Sale. I he subscriber Oft Era at private sole All that certain i farm or tract of land situate Panov in Fin Grove township Schuylkill county and partly in Bethel town slip Lebanon county bounded by Landa of and Guilford Benjamin Aycrigg Daniel Dou Bertand others containing one Hundred and forty ight acres and a Quarter with Thorp per thu Ancus consisting of a two Story log dwelling House weather boarded a i 4 Story log dwelling House a new Bank barn other out buildings and a new water poor w Mill. For terms to., which will be Ensy apply to g. W. Matchin agent. Pinegrove april 2q, 1859."tf.__-notice. Joseph , Justice of the peace will attend to the Scriv ening business such a writing deeds mortgages releases Bonds agreements ac., 4c., at his office in Mulberry Street two doors South of to moravian Church in the Borough of Lebanon. Lebanon january 29,1862. A pet acres. By. Ludwig the celebrated , 43 Maiden Lane new York respectfully informs Tbs citizens of Lebanon county that he has appointed d. S. Rabbit or Kooist his agent to sell his celebrated brazilian spectacles Gold Silver and steel cases suitable for any do scrap ton of Eye.,. Cd punch amp pers will please Hefer m mind that d. S. Kabert a drug store is the Placo to buy Good spectacles. Lebanon March 19,1862.Market Street hotels Corner Market and Chestnut streets Lebanon. John Matthes proprietor. Hay1ng taken the above stand Long occupied by or. I to Nap Zimmerman. I will spare no pains to make the tik Veling Public who top at it perfectly Ctm portable invite All to give to a trial. The House is Large and Well arranged. The table supplied with the Best seasonable edibles Hie bar stocked a pit the choicest liquors us the stabling Large and commodious. John Matthes. Lebanon april 9,1882.�?�the new bakery a rhe Onder signed would respectfully inform the citizens of Lebanon that Bebas commenced the bake-jn0 business in Allu varieties at Bis stand on Cumberland Street Lebanon nearly opposite the Buck hotel and will Supply customers with the Best bread cakes ac., a. Flour received from customers and returned to them in bread at Short notice. Connection ekies of All kinds fresh and of the heat Quality constantly on hand and furnished at the lowest prices the Public a invited to give me a trial. Leb non nov. 9,1859. A. H. notice. Builders will do Welly calling on j. H. Bears Lar agent As he is prepared to do All kinds of tin roofing spouting and Job work generally at the very lowest prices. He also Haa on hand a Large and Good assortment of All kinds of tin Ware and All of the most improved Gas Burn lag Cook stores and parlor stoves. Also All the different and latest improved ranges and Heaters of a kinds. He also keeps ecu stantly on hand a Large Stock of of roofing slate which be offer at less Price to amp a they a amp a he bought of any other elate men in the county. Ware rooms one door South of the a Aback hotel a Walnut Street Lebanon a. Lebair a december 25,1861.i feel upon my Cheek the gushing tear. taunt that drove me from the spot arc half forgiven a nearly half fond Licza Ory cease my slumbering Pride awake and from my a i the Vata Huuston break i would not live to see thee bowed with shame with foul rebellion festering in by name. To see thee crushed and humbled in the du9t, and worse to feel thy punishment is just in vain pm Ilo Sophy with Subtle Art May weave us sophistry around the heart a May Prate of High unconquerable will defying grief and wrong and hate and ill a of bosoms Wisdom aimed with a triple steel Yale teachings auja the trodden worm will feel rut see i the Moon is breaking Over the deep like Beauty waking from her curtained sleep and dancing lightly now beneath her beams rack trembling wave like liquid Silver gleams How like the burdened heart that seems to smile when gloom profound a shrouds its Depths the while alas l my thoughts Are strangely wild to night i almost hate by Calm unearthly Light. So pure and yet so sad thou look st below a an Augel gazing on a world of to and in thy shadowy Light i seem to see Bright forma that Only live to memory a a Pale Sweet face with wealth of Golden hair my own my Beautiful i sue thee there and sweetly Smi Biog a sterner voices speak the worm has feasted on that faded Cheek and i that would Hare died thy life to save have fled and left thee in by yet warm grave a of worse than vainly loved a the sundered link of earthly ties 1�?i will not must not Tel nil a rising Clond across the Moon has passed upon the Waves a deeper Shade is cast and fitfully the winds begin to sweep in broken gusts along the troubled deep to fiercer strife the foam bowed Billows Wake and round our Way in Wilder tumult break now blast to blast and wave on wave succeed the straining Mast is bending like a Reed yet fearless speeding on her watery Way and dashing from Bor breast the foaming Spray our ship rides Onward like a giant form that laughs at fear and revels in the storm. Now pile on pile the tossing billow a Rise and seem to mingle with the Stormy skies the Thunder peal Rolls deafening overhead from out the darkness leaps the lightning red a one Broad Bright Flash across the atom Clouds breast reflected broken in each Billows Crest As if the shining Bolt that fell from heaves upon the Boa Oil of the deep were riven. And the crushed fragments scattered on the wave extinguished there and sunk into their give. The storm subsides and Calm returns again the sullen Clouds have spent themselves in rain and As they pass the gloomy shades depart As tears relieve the sorrow burdened heart. The winds Aro Laid the gentle zephyrs blow and hush the Waves to music soft and Low the Moon through Silver Clouds is Riding of and every Trace of tempest War is gone each gently rippling wave seems Quot doubly Bright that smiles beneath the soft returning Light a and thus perhaps the tempest gloom of a amp in May pass away and peace return again its gentle Light May drive the Clouds away the darkest boar precedes the Dawn of Day a Ohl coma on dewy pinions gentle sleep and in thy Balm these fevered senses Steep to thy embrace myself i would resign in Hope that on the Morrow Light my Shine. Even now the East with Early dawning glows and tired at last i go repose. Of the province.4 f Languedoc. We give it As we Biard it from the lips of the dreamers Early As possible to his own words a Jbv As the Junior Jartner in a commercial House at Lye us i had been trav Eling for sometime on the business of the firm when Vino evening in the month of june 7ei, i arrived at a town in Languedoc where i had never before been. J put up in a quiet inn in the suburbs and being very much fatigued Oriole red. Dinner at Cine and Weill p bed almost immediately after determining to begin very Early in the morning my visit to the different me she its. I was no sooner in bed than i fell into a deep sleep and had a dream that made the strongest impression upon me. A i thought tb�4i had arrived at the same town let Jan the Middle of the Day instead of ibo evening As was really the Casst had stopped at the very 9syan, and gone out immediately a stranger would do Toj amp whatever was worthy of observ6 Jet in the place. I walked Dow cd to amp to in Street into an other Street at right Angies Aud Appa Yantley leading into the country. I had pot gone very far when 1 Caine do. the gothic Portal of . Stopped to examine. When i had satisfied my curiosity i advanced Toby Gath which branched off from the main Street. Obeying an impulse Bieh i could or control i struck into this path to Tough it was winding rugged an d u n Fresque n Ted and present a miserable cottage in front of. Which was to Garden covered with weeds. I difficulty in getting into the Garden for the hedge had several gaps in i wide enough to admit four carts abreast. I approached an old Weil which Teod solitary and gloomy in s Distant Corner and looking Down i behead distinctly without any possibility g mistake a Corpse which had been stabbed in several places. I counted the deep wounds and wide gashes whence the blood was would hav cried out but my Tongue Clove to the roof of . At this moment 1 awoke with my hair end trembling in every limb Aud cold drops of Bede wed my forehead awoke to find myself comfortably in bed my trunk standing beside of me Birds warbling cheerfully near the window whilst a Clear Young voice was singing a provincial air in life next room and t in morning was Slining brightly thro the curtains. I sprang from Juthe bed dressed myself and a amp i is yet very Early i thought Lwi Eek in Appet the cloth Woolen clothing of All Colora dyad Jet Black or blog Black pressed the Ocolor warrant Al and goods turned out equal to new by Lyon Lemberger beet heu Orer. J9r articles to be dyed can be left at to. X. Lemhrr-5r�?Ts drug store where All order for the agora will to attended to. Feb. 8, 1860. I if want a a a a a Good pict Turr for a medallion or pro Calls Tadai Banfe gallery next door Fie the web anon Domett rarely leave the House see nobody and nobody goes to see them but they Are quiet enough and i never heard of them beyond thib. Of late their very existence seems to have been forgotten and i believe sir that you Are the first who for years has turned your Steps to the deserted these details far from satisfying my curiosity did but prove it More. Breakfast was served but i could not touch it and i Felt that if a presented myself to the merchants in such a state of excitement they would think me mad and indeed i Felt very much excited. I paced up and Down the room looked the window trying to fix my attention on some external object vain. I endeavoured to interest myself in a quarrel Between two men in the Street but the Garden and the cottage pre occupied my mind and at last snatching my Bat. I cried it will go. Come what May a i repaired to the nearest Magis trate told him the object of my visit and related the whole circumstance briefly and clearly. I saw directly that he was much impressed by the statement. A it is , very strange said he a and after what has happened i do not think i am at Liberty a to leave the matter without farther inquiry. Important business will prevent my accompanying in a search but i will place two police at your go once More to the Hovel see its inhabitants and search every part in it. You May perhaps make some important i suffered but very few moments to elapse before 1 was on my Way accompanied by two officers and we soon reached the cottage. We knocked and after waiting some time an old Man opened the door. He received us somewhat uncivil in but showed no Mark of suspicion a or indeed of any emotion when we told wished to search the House. A Yery Well gentlemen As fast and As soon As you like a was the reply. A have you a Eliher of a a a inquired. A no sir we Are obliged to go for water to a Spring fit a considerable to we searched the House which i did i confab with a kind of feverish excitement expecting every moment to bring some fatal secret to the Man gazed upon us with an impenetrable vacancy of look and we at last left the cottage without seeing anything that could confirm my suspicions. to inspect the. Garden Osipe More and a number of idlers having been by this ,drawn spot . Warnings providences. The proof of the truth of the following statement taken from the courtier Del Europe rests not Only upon the known veracity of the narrator but upon the fact that the whole to Surrence a a registered in the judicial recode of the criminal Arial Fly went strolled along. Abe father i went the stronger became the confused recollection of the objects that presented themselves to my View. A it is very strange i thought Quot i have never been Here before a Decoil swear that 1 have seen this House and the next and the one on the on i went till i came to the Corner of a Street crossing the. One Down which i had come. For the first time i re i neutered Ray dream bit put away the thought As Tod absurd still at every step i took. Some fresh Point of resemblance struck me. A a am i still dream no 7 i extra med not without a me n Antny thrill Brou a my. Whole Ira Rae. Quot is the agreement to be Pei tetto the very end before Long i reached the Church with the same architectural features that i it attracted my not the in the dream and then the High Road along which Yipu used Nav by coming at length to the same path that had presented Iselt to my imagination a few hours to Foisey there was no possibility of doubt or mistake f by Trio every turn was familiar to me i was not at til of a Supei tit our turn and was wholly engrossed in tee Pareti Cal details of ots Mercial business.�?1 my mind had never dwelt upon the hallucinations the presentiment that science either domes of is unable to explain but l must confess that now Felt mys ii spell bound As by some enchantments and with pascals words upon my lips. Quot a continued dream would be equal to reality i hurried Forward in of doubting that the next to we to a mid Bing me to the cottage Ana this was really the Case. In All its outward circumstances it correspond to what i had seen in my Drea ift who then could wonder that i determined to ascertain whether the Omar cadence would hold Good in every Point a entered the Garden and went direct to the spot where i had Sech the Ell but brie the resemblance failed Well there was none. I looked in every a Section examined the whole Garden went round the cottage a Whigob appeared to be inhabited although no person was visible but nowhere would i find any Vestage of a Well i made no attempt to enter the cottage by t hastened Back the to Bote in a state of agitation difficult to describe i could not make no. My mind to such Oxtra Ordinary but How was any glue to be obtained to the terrible mystery. A i went to the landlord and after chatting with him for some time on different subjects i came Point and asked him directly to. Whom the cottage belonged that was on. A Byroad which i described to him a i wondered sir a said he a what made you take such particular Dotise of such a wretched Little Hovel. 11 is inhabited by an old Man with Bis wife who thaya the. Ohara oter off get a in very Fri Orma Gad unsociable. They them about the Well in that place. I could get no information at first but at her husband she had once a very Long time ago murdered a pedlar whom they had met one night on the highroad and who had been incautious enough to Tell them of a considerable Sam of Money which he had about him and whom in consequence they induced to pass that night at their House. They bad taken advantage a of the heavy sleep produced by fatigue to strangle Hon and Bis body had been put into the Chest thrown into the Well and the Well stopped up. The pedlar being from another country his disappearance had occasioned no inquiry there was no witness of the crime and its traces had been carefully concealed from every Eye the two criminals had Good reason to believe themselves secure from detection. They had not however been Able to science the voice of conscience they fled from the sight of their fellow men they beheld wherever they. Turned mute accusers they Trembus at the slightest noise and silence thrilled them with terror. They had often formed a determination to leave the scene of their crime to Fly to some Distant land but still some undefinable fascination kept them near the remains of their murdered victim. Terrified at the deposition of his wife and unable to resist the overwhelming proofs against him the Man at length made a similar confession and six weeks after the unhappy criminals died on the scaffold in accordance�?Twith1 the sentence of the parliament of Toulouse. Fiendish outrage. A negro commits a rape upon a White woman and attempts to murder her. On Friday evening last a negro living in st. Mary a committed a fiendish outrage on the person of a lady a the wife of a Volu steer now serving in the Federal army and to conceal his crime attempted to kill her. We have not Learned the full particulars of this shocking affair but As near As to can learn the circumstances a re As follows the negro saw the woman about of town to go to her residence which is situated some distance Down the canal from 3fc Mary a followed her and when he supposed she had got far enough to the hearing of the citizens of the neighbourhood he sprang upon her knocking her senseless and while she was in that state succeeded in accomplishing his Devilish an Damnable desing. When the poor woman returned to consciousness the negro was standing Over her. He asked her if she would Tell what had occurred and on her informing him that she Pould surely do so he the sight of a Sig a a amp a. Jufith two Arm _ am we eflyftxfetia�<-n4rfk>cla_nf 1 people Tejw no Tares stabbed length an old woman came slowly Forward i it am in on a Crutch. A a a Well. Cried she. A is it a Well that you Are looking after. That has been gone these thirty years. I remember it As if it were Only yesterday How Many a time when i was a Young girl i used to amuse myself by throwing stones into it and hearing the splash they used to. Make in the water. A and could you Tell me where that Well used to be asked i almost breathless with impatience and excitement. As near As i can remember on the very spot on which Honor is standing said the old woman. Quot i could have sworn it thought i Spring mgr from the place As. If i had trod upon a scorpion. Need i say that we set to York to dig up the ground. At about eighteen inches deep we came to a layer of bricks which being broken up gave to View some boards which were easily removed after which we beheld the Mouth of the Well. A i was quite sure it was Here a said the woman. A what a fool the old fellow was to Stop it up and then have to go so far for a sounding line furnished with Hooks was now. Let Down into the Well the crowd pressing around us and breathlessly bending Over the dark and gloomy Hole the secrets of which seemed hidden in impenetrable obscurity. This we repeated several times without any result. At length penetrating below the mud the Hooks caught in an. Old Chest upon the top. Of which had been thrown a great Many Large stones and after much time and Effort we succeeded in raising it to Daylight. The Side and lids were decayed and Rutton it needed no Locksmith to open it and we found within what we were certain we should find and which Para sized with horror att the spectators who had not my pro convictions we found the remains of a human body. The police officers who had accompanied me now rushed into the House and secured the person of the. Old Man. As to his wife no one would at first Tell what had become of her j after some searching however she Wab found hidden behind a bundle of faggots. A by this time nearly the whole town had gathered around the spot and now that this horrible fact had come to Light everybody had some crime to Tell of which had been Laid to the charge of the old the peo Pio who predict after an event Are numerous. A the old couple wore brought before the proper authorities and privately and separately j he old Man persisted in his denial , but Bis wife at length confessed that in concert with trim Jtb fell to the ground and being on the Bank of the canal she kicked it into the water just at that moment some one on the opposite a Side of the canal heard the noise and started to see what was the matter when the negro struck for the Woods the woman was but slightly injured with the knife the Blade having struck her Side and glanced off. And these Are the kind of brutes for whose exclusive Benefit at the expense of White men this administration is working. And that Nigger could vote in Ober. In some of the sonic style will be admitted to All the honors of Washington society As ministers from the Black Republic which the administration has lately recognized and the government is feeding thousands like him daily from the Money that White men sweat for while White soldiers wives in the Large cities Are crying with hunger and a amp going unavailing for bread a such Are the effects of papa Wonetia of Democrat. Death of mrs. Gen. Field Scott. Win. La flip int lbs Mliss to. A family safer for tows and cock Tbs is printed Judd a Public amp hed ii Kett by a amp. So bytes list. 2d Story of of Mick s new Buu cling cum Bari a it i st at Ovid Bohar find fifty cents a 7aar. Psf a#rcfirx5cuxnt#jxifi�rted at the Oensel rotes. Ads the friends of the establishment and the Public goer eur Ore respectfully solicited to Send m their orders. At handbills Printer at on hours notice.,. A i ass of push awls. A in Lebanon county postage free. In Pena Sylvania out of Lebanon county cents per Quarter or 13 cunts a year. Out of this state 6 rfcs. Per Quarter or 26 if the postage is nut paid in Advance rates Are doubled for the double purpose of recovering Bis health and visiting her in her transatlantic Home. The threatened difficulties with England arising out of the Trent affair were deemed sufficient cause by gen. Scott to bring him Back to his native land in which he has since . Y. Herald. A a shoddy patriots. We believe it was or. Johnson who made the remark that a patriotism is the last Refuge of a by the expression he did not mean pure unadulterated patriotism or love of country and a willingness to suffer and die if need be in its defence like our braves amp idlers Are now doing on the Battle Fields of Virginia and elsewhere but be meant that spurious affected kind the possessor of which like the hypocrite described by the great English poet a Wear the livery of heaven to serve the Devil ism a Patrio s Are to be found at every Street Corner of every town and Village in our commonwealths blustering blathering demagogues who Are too Lazy to work and to cowardly to shoulder their muskets am March in defence of their country. The patriotism of these contemptible Fellows consists in slandering Andril lifting a Large portion of their fellow citizens denouncing them behind their backs As traitors and Dis unionists. We have quite a number of these a shoddy Quot patriots in this county. It is not necessary for us to Point them oat by name As they Are Well known in the Community. Some them attempt to divert Public attention from their own Rotton characters by exuding their slime upon their it is the old Stop thief cry of the a a scoundrels depicted by or. Johnson and the ear Marks Are visible at every step of his Progress. Such a a scoundrels still exist but their Power for mischief is at an end. Telegraphic news from West Pont brings us the intelligence of the death of the wife of the Veteran hero gen. Scott. It appears that the our sketch died Romo in Italy on the 10th of. June 1862-Attbe Radvano. De age of , and during her illness was attended by her daughter and son in Law col. Henry l. Scott. Although bearing the same name col. Scott is not known As a relation to the hero of the mexican War except by marriage mrs. Scott was in her younger Days one of the most dashing Belles of Virginia and is reported As having been a very Brilliant woman bearing off the Palm of the Era of her youth. A very curious Story in told other Early Days at the time when it in said Winfield Scott offered her his hand. The Story goes that she rejected him at first but gave him to understand that on one condition she would marry him. He was to go Forth into the world and win such a position As in her opinion would make him worthy of her. To win her and. To make himself worthy of her was now the object of Yonng Scott s ambition and it is said this thought so inspired his heart and stimulated him that he was enabled to accomplish those heroic deeds in the army which have Immor Taheed his name and crowned his Noble head with laurels and earned for him his noun try a love Honor and re spot. So goes the Story and it is a very romantic one but like Many of a similar nature that form the current conversation of the world the a w not a Shadow of truth in it my. Scott has spent a it great portion of her Lattery ats in Paris acid the Veteran hero a a it a org since crossed the Ocean 03r extract from the speech of Quot senator Doolittle of Wisconsin made at this session a distinguished gentleman from Vermont was first elected to Congress la 1843. Oneo the Well to do Farmers in his Neagli boyhood called upon him the evening before he was going to Washington to his respects. He found him in his office and told him he had come for that purpose and to bid my Good Bye. A and now judge a said he a when you get to Washington i want you to take hold of this negro easiness an a dispose of it in some Way or other have slavery abolished and be done with said the Jlse. As the people who own these slaves or claim to own them have paid their Money for them and bold Tou Ldla Afes a Jhu some provision should be made to thought Earle Fiji tour a helps stat Senous tone replied a yes. I think that would be ust and i wifi stand my share of the although a very close am economical Man. He was willing to Bear his portion of the taxes. A but said the judge a there is one other question when the negroes Are emancipated what shall be done with them they Are a poor people they wit have nothing there must be some place for them to live. Do you think it would be any More than fair that we should take our share of them a a a Well what would be Orn Shaie m the town of Woodstock 1 he inquired. The judge Repi de there Are about 2,500 people in the town or and if you take the census and make the computation you will find that there would be about one for every five a what said he a five Hundred negroes in Woodstock judge i called to my respects i bid you Good evening and be started for the door and mounted his horse As he was about to leave he turned round and said a judge i guess you need not do anything More about the negro Ous mess on my laughter or. President perhaps i Ani not going too far when i say that honorable gentleman sits before Aie now or. Col lamer a or. Collamer As the gentleman has called me out i May be allowed to say that the inhabitants of the town were about three thousand and the proportion was about one to weeks ago a Man named Miller residing in the lower part of this City eloped with a woman of doubtful reputation a leaving behind Hinr his lawful wedded wife. The latter became responding and was sent to the poor House where she gave birth to a child about a week ago her desertion so preyed upon her mind that she became insane and at an Early hour on saturday morning she strangled her infant. The cruel desertion of the heartless Miller the wife becoming a maniac and killing her child would have afforded ample material to create a sensation in times of profound peace but note when the alarms of War come upon us thick and fast and we reacted columns of men mow a i Down like grass before the scythe and Battle Fields deluged with human Gore such Small circumstances As desertion in Smity and child murder become a Mere Bagatelle Worth Only a passing remark m the stirring times in which we live and Patriot amp Union. A amp an old Darkey in the District of Columbia heard to exclaim a a Grushus , what Good times dese am no masters a no work and Masser Lincoln Gib is a we can eat an make the White trash foot urn Golly but Dess a publicans a Good fellas a or an old maid who wot Ever Nice in regard to clean incas about her House once scrubbed her sitting rpm floor i it

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