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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 22, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaJ11i1 fit itt thug mgr a thus a neatly and promptly executed at the 4bvektiser Oytice Lebanon pehn1 a tars establishment is now supplied with an extensive assortment of Job Type amp which will be increased As the a metro ii demands. It a can now turn out printing of Pecry description in a neat and expeditious manner am011 tery reasonable terms. Such As a pamphlets checks business cards handbills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of pare invitations tickets &c., a jfc��?odlto>3 of All kinds common and judgment 130nds. School justices1, constables1 and other Blanks a rued correctly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for Sale at this office at prices a to suit to times. Subscript iou Price of the Lebanon and one Dollar and it half a tear. Address is. M. A Jesus Lebanon pa., special police. On and after july 1st, 1s03, the privilege of con a it Rtin pc the present done of Legal Lender Lite Rato the cent. Loan commonly called of a to a twenties a will cease All who wish to invest Itlie Iive Twenty loan must therefore apply. Soforo the 1st moult next subscription agent. No. 114 s. Third st., Shilad Jubia. April a 1s63.�?3m. at private Sale will be sold at private Sale s aches of land situated in Long Lane near the Borough line in Cornwall township. It adjoins Rise land of widow Fulmer on the North we. Atkins and John Krause on the East. There is a one Story log House weather hoarded erected on the land and a Good Well in the the land has Fine stones for que duties. This tract will make a Nice Home for a Small family. If is free from ground Lent. A Tod title will to gluon. A a Adam Luto Uek. A tract is now a offered with flue grass Hal. Of which will be Iven to the purchaser. Lelmon Juno 13. 1sg0.__�. Howard ass Ltd to in it Iii. Philadelphia. To diseases nervous system sperm Touri Iusa or seminal la Sivess Jolo tence. And other a fictions of the Physt Ilal debllitlflnduiia1ukl Lilai new and reliable treatment in reports of the Howard association sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes free of charge addrc8s,. J. Skillin to Ogilson Iowa in association no. 2 South ninth Street Phil Lisa. Put. January 28, 1sc3.�?l3r._____ ails it istra Torso a Otic. Notice is hereby Given twin t letters of administration on the estate of John Bachman late of South Lebanon county put deed have been granted to to undersigned. All persons therefore Haring claims against said estate Are requested to present them and those indebted to make payment. Mary Bachman South and tie. And inc. Jacob uhf Iii East Hanover adm a. Muy 27. 1s�?~ 3.�?6t.__. Rain Oral. Or. C. L. Kreider has removed Bis office to his residence in the building formerly occupied by j. Shellenberger two doors South of Trio county jail. May 27,1sg3. Eem Oyal. A a. Stanley ill Rich attorney at Law has removed his office to one door tits of is store opposite the Washington Bouse Lebanon. A., Bounty and tension claims promptly attended �0 Apuls. 63. �?3m. A Phi Moynih _ a. T. Mca at Law h4.siiem0yed Bis office to Market Street opposite to 1-Ebanou Bank two doors North of Fidow Rise s hotel. A Lebanon. March 25. 63. A a fit if. A so la 9i.fijv. Distal let attorney. Has removed his office to the room lately occupied by .Geo. P. Lina a Weaver m Cumberland Street Lebanon it few door East of the Eagle hotel and two doors West of gen. Weid mams office. Lebanon dec. 17,1862. A a Cyrus p. Miller in Walnut Street neatly opposite the Buck hotel and two doors so Otth from Karma yrs hardware store. Lebanon. April p. 186j.-ty. ,. We. �f8,. Ii Emir a a Thornty it t la of Siren Stichter 3 a a jul dog Cumberland Street nearly opposite the court cab non Buer Tiscar. Yol. 15-no. 5. Lebanon pa., wednesday july 22, 1868. Whole no. 785. New Cabinet and Cwi amp in jul amp Syf Juji a Tori pile subscriber respectfully informs the Public that he has the largest and Best assortment of Fultn i Ture and chairs Ever offered to the Public of Lebanon county. Lie has on hand at his Cabinet Ware rooms in North Lebanon Borough nearly opposite j Zellers hotel and a few doors South of Borg Era a a splendid assortment of Good substantial and fashionable parlor cottage and chamber furniture consisting of sofas late , lounges what not in Arlor Centre pier card and common tables dressing bureaus bedsteads work stans. Kittli Cit furniture of All kinds. Also a Large and elegant variety of French Back Spring seated chairs commen Spring seated chairs nil binds of Spring seated rockers. Also Windsor Cane sorted and Coni a Mon chairs and rockers of every description. A Suall goods sold Low and warranted to Girs i satisfaction. I Persona desirous of knowing the character of the goods Here offered for me con be fully satisfied of their durability by a refer Nee to those for whom he has Nian i a fractured or to whom sold old furniture and Chaira repaired and a varnished. N. By cohns made and funerals attended at the holiest notice. Joseph Bowman. North Lebanon a september 19. Logo. We s Ltd i Yyi a a a a a Yyi o i r r its a a. For the Butu a eggs Heese. Tallow lard poultry game. Ened bruits a Grain tired. Amp a. No. 170 Meade Street no door above Washington. Niew York. 0. Weigley. 1 a. I it. Dewalt. J. V Napoleon i. And the sen Tinel. An episode of the it Alt As Campaign. The following truthful incident of the present emperor of France is related in the weekly Herald of May 9. Aside from its Romance the Story possesses unusual interest for us at this time and May serve As a lesson to some of our officers in High command. A Iho French troops were poured itary Salute but the movement was instantly succeeded by a look of doubt. A a a a an let no one in or out of our lines unless they give Tho countersign or produce a pass signed by colonel Vernon our errand Prevot. To caught seven spies and shot them yesterday and to have All received strict orders to to unusually vigilant. I cannot allow any one to pass who is not in a in vain Gamble insisted that such orders could not apply to his majesty. A a a i do not 1novv that to is the emperor a said the a have Yow never seen his majesty a i h a 0f before v inquired Gamble. A a never a was remu Kroes Robb k Asci ugh new Vork Allen amp Brether. Do w. A. Solon do. Rsq., do Jones v a Spacal. Do Siau son. Labach k Farring a. Do Samuel g. To Huron. Do . Realm esq., Lebanon up. L. Botz Canton Ohio w. C. Curry amp co., Baukus. Erie pm. Hon. John Stiles. Allentown a. Jan. 1-4.1s63. Fisel new a Krisy i respectfully Ini Orni the cite Tho bag commenced the Hake to varieties at his stand on s on. Nearly ojipo3ite the Buck is with the Best bread Vivod from customers and it Short notice. Lie gated Long and curiously at Napoleon who annoyed Jyh ills Dolan had thrown a a his cigarette and was impatiently twitching his Long moustache. A. I t Imil under i Inu ail Cumberland Street left hotel and a vol Runph t cakes. &o., amp i returned to them m Brt com j Crillon fees of All kinds fresh Aud of the Best Quality Stuchly a i on hand and furnished at the lowest price3. I i the Public is in via eel to give my a trial. A Leb non nov. 9, 1s59. F. Hebur. J a w. amp uo., j to. 37 Park Boio hew York amp 6 state st. Boston. A it Are Orr agents for the 1 in those cities and Are authorised advertisements 1 and subscriptions for a a at our to Iocim of rates i i May 21, isc2. A Sorllie Lebanon Bocam a Rist Mill i curtain wait tied a the undersigned will Purchase All kinds of Gil Alin. Such As Wiiest. Rye. Corn. Oats a scat their steam Mill on the Umon canal for which the highest Market lines will be paid in Cash a j8&? All kinds of. Cust03ieu work will be done at the shortest notice and m the most satisfactory manner. The Public is respectfully if tilted to give us trial. Felix Light. Gideon r. A. David l. Light. North Lebanon May 21,1s62, 1 Abraham Steux. Pav1d s. Long. July so a .jlsl1 Mion 3tav 6. Lmis.�?t�.1 or. D. Iii i t offers his professional services to the citizens of Jonestown a Uit Vicinity office at the residence of or. Barry Jonestown May 20.1863.�?tm. Or. Sni Tel s. Sicily offers Bis professional services to the citizens of Lebanon and Vicinity. Office at the trim note of mrs. L. A Nib two doors West of office of or. Burniel beam dec in Cumberland Street. Lebanon april 15, is63. _ a a a or. Said Uel 11. La a lit office pfc the old residence of or. Geo. Reidenauer opposite the court House Lebanon a. Lebanon March 25, 63. _ or. A High ii. Light. Offers his professional services to the citizens of the Borough of Lebanon and Vicinity. Office in Walnut Street two doors North of the lutheran 4, is63. Or. C. L. Krider. Offers his profession no services to the Community of Lebanon and Vicinity. Office temporarily with or. Schneck in Walnut Street. Lebanon april 1,1563.�?3m._ _ George Clark dentist. Al n e w f i r m. Cheap Ash state and milling and a. Grain business. 7tui in �crsgi�?ti�vl5g Fonsey a Arthur shop a the i Mir Cantil and Grain business. Would respectfully Evite the attention of the up Otic to Mcneir Nev we continue to keep at the Date stand of shark gujssa3�an a Long a most Complete Stock of All kinds of goods usually kept in a country store which inv will retail cheap fur Gash or country fro Dock. They Ute want to buy for Cash 50,000 but Hel it of wheat. 30,000 bushels of Rye 20,000 bushels of Corn i 25,000 bushels of Oats. It of Winch they will the highest Market a they will also take Grain on storage. The will keep always on hand Ami sell at the lowest Price. Coal by tin boat Load or by the ton All kinds of Mill feed Ell i her amp a. I Thev solicit the business of Alt their old friends and the Public and will Endeavor to Deal on such lib. Rai and just principles As trill give satisfaction to All. Shkik amp Long. North Lebanon March 19,1s62. Into Italy at the commencement toe him pain with a rapidity by near ,. A a. To j upon Tho marvellous. T key Cross a path Cha arc Vernc conds my Reg item the tips by thousands and swarm i. Mont Lucy two in Africa the last i de into the Plains of Piedmont when Ujj Sovin years. I i Ever saw Lac pm Jive the. Austriana deemed them j ort1j a ,. Y scarcely out of their Barracks in Quot Quot Quot France. Tho display of activity was won Cifu every hour transports Niv cd it Genoa conveying cavalry j and artillery which landed and join Jed the infantry who had crossed the a mountains so speedily As to defeat a Tho plans of the austrians the March a my upon Turin which capital they a at. U be was almost defenceless. -1 to their Surprise a few Days placed Between them and the devoted City one Hundred thousand of Napoleons tilt i pand at once the austrians began a retrograde movement. They were in immense Force Over two Hundred and fifty thousand but they saw proper to await the attack of the French and sardinian armies instead of pushing on boldly As they had first evinced the intention of doing. A the emperor of the French took up his Headquarters at Alexandra a fortified City in Piedmont and Here he remained some Twenty Days during which time there reigned an apparent inactivity Winch the austrians deemed unaccountable. They were not aware that the French troops were moved by night. They had Possession of the railroads and during the interval referred to they were Naussed in such pliers As Napoleon designated to his officers. He took counsel of none gave no any. Of his actions,-.and surveyed himself the country Over troops were to move. A Mono morning of two o Mes Songer from the Palace or. Gamble an englishman who has for years had charge of inc emperors Saddle horses that his majesty wished Tot Avo held in readiness three of his Best steeds. An hour after the Ira thac a Sentinel a Perdu a that Lone picket a detained him until it was too late to accomplish ins purpose. His majesty no doubt writhed at the detention and was perhaps tempted strongly enough to blow out the brains of the Little Chasseur with his revolver but lie reflected that the Man Ivas doing no More than his Bounden duty. Had he shot that Sentinel the French soldiers would have stigmatized the act As murder and would have looked upon the emperor As unworthy to command them. Discipline is the safeguard of air army and none More than the commanding officers must submit to its requirements even when As in the instance two have just related a whole plan of a a the Elev Campaign is changed thereby. The i Soldier must Oboy orders to Tho letter. A he neither should Lor can it Mako i to notions a. T i a that Dav Ighile at dinner tto Erri i Pero 1 Napole on related the incident j j of Tho morning to those who a Fly a i cd a i his meal. Among those was Barag Irav do Hilliers who commanded j the division to which the eleventh a let Repass Tny Friend a urged the i Chasseur. Belonged. The next Day emperor. A i have important orders to give. This period pointing to Gamble a will remain with Jou As hostage.�?T. A touching bin horse to moved Forward. A a Aback so shouted the Sentinel levelling his gun a Back 1 or i Ball through you. You a Tho emperor saw that the Man was in Earnest so ordering Gamble to mount again he said to would make a circuit and come upon the Camp at soms Ifcher Point where the soldiers Wou d most Likely recognize him and allow him to pass. A you Wii. Nat stir from this spot until i am relieved a said the sturdy Little chess Bur. A if you move you do it at your peril. In an hour or so our Corporal will pass Here and then i will hand you Jover to him. Until he comes you Mist stay near me. A get off your hours �s.-. Added to roughly i done to like the Loots of either of you this Man is not a Frenchman a said be pointing o Gamble. A come get off a. The marshal sent for the Soldier who had detained the emperor so Long and gave him a military medal. A never let any one pass without the countersign pics infants a said the Veteran a not even the emperor Liim self v _. Will put a 1 a recent events Point a moral to must not this store. Which All will find without j our Aid. Napoleon lit., emperor of j. France the mightiest Monarch in j Europe with the Fate of two nations j depending on his movements allow i de one of his sentinels to detain him a prisoner for two hours and that a 1 moment he deemed of Paramount in 1 Portano. To made no Effort to shoot or disarm the Sentinel lie Felt the i Man was doing his duty and he j submitted to a necessity which he could not overcome save by violence. Lie know that no excuse could have j palliate any other course of action. A obedience is Tho soldiers first Law i from the highest to the lowest. A and seating Rioh selves. Upon the to the Corning of the Corporal. Napoleon was Jawaro that the Little Chasseur was faithfully doing his duty Perot Captain Virgne and or. Gam an l so l e submitted to that which w As ble were conveyed in a special train a necessity although a painful Ono. To Casale the extreme outpost of Tho endeavoured the siege of Gibraltar. Elliot on assuming the command and As has id this he pulled Histo 1777, soon discovered defects m the sword within easy reach and Shook fortifications and that the Garrison his gun . ,. I was inadequate to perform the duty a Lioio wag an help for it and so oven in time of peace. The governor Tho emperor ant , declared it would to declared it would to impossible to stand a Diego with the inefficient re j a Shukr gaas a has big papal. In e. Sen.,j Home col. Groen of the eng near. Corps to explain to ministers How matters stood and wrote pres singly a to the government. His remo Stan j. Yes were scarcely heeded. Though a to convers with the j the Cabinet had tardily and invade French and sardinian lines. They Soldier but rudely silenced. Quaely reinforced and provisioned took their horses with them Aud at j a asset a said Fife Little fellow who of j the Garrison yet general Elliott who a Casale mounted and Rode for some Miles until they had crossed the or to and were actually in the austrian Camp. As the Daylight dawned tire emperor observed that Large bodies of austrian troops Wero moving in the direction of Stradella and he at once concluded they intend idea try Ivas if a predisposed in favor j had foreseen the coming storm chief of his prisoners a you must not talk to by depended on his own efforts and the la a a a a after a 1 Corporal Ca knew the o once passed a it was e no and tedious delay Thelong contemplated. The Garrison be to relieve guard. He j when the War broke out was com Pieror who of course at i posed of ten regiments including the , ,.u a Art i Ory Ard engineers giving a total of five thousand three Hundred and nto the French lines. Hit of clock when his a to use Public Stine undersigned Haring Luul Tureen Venus practice aa.,t. Ai a spaying castrating. Altering or ctn Jostock i de i Ossini the River at that Point. Jest a ret Clua Alexa Tirria Ana Al eighty two officers and men whereas in Allm Lills Aud lib Jug Pur Chicta a tie Toule of or a a.1.____i .1 a a., 1. 0 Futee at to Eagle hotel Lebanon. Particular attention paid to Vul Canite work and filling to cab. References c. N. Peirce d. D. S., professor of physiology f Nufi operative dentistry. No. 501 n. 7tb st., Phil Mlela lift. E. Wildman d. D. S., professor of mechanical dentistry. No. 24. A. Itch st., Philadelphia. James Truman d. D. A. Demonstrator of operative dentistry. W. Corner of Franklin and Green streets Pabila Luphia . Bailey d. D. S., demonstrator of mechanical dentistry. No. 22sn.lrth st. I a. Lebanon. April 1.18b3. A Blanket . Gl0th, to Ocee Cly Tiung of a colons dyed Jet Black Quot or . Pressed the color warranted and goods turned out equal to new by Lyon Lem bet Ger a a last he Riorer. Articles to be dyed be left at Jos. L. A tiber Ger is drug store where All orders for the above will be attended to. Quot Algren 1�.i863. _ Peg it it is Quot i a. Geo. P. Linea1veaver, having been appointed by the commissioner of pensions at Washington examining surgeon for pensions is prepared to attend to Ali applicants for pension at his office in Market Street next door to the Post office. Lebanon March 25tb, 1863.�?6fc to officers and soldiers. Collection of pensions bounties Back and War claims. The undersigned respectfully informs the Public that to has opened an office for the purpose of collecting pensions. Bounties Back and War claims. Office in the rooms lately occupied by or. Debt for deceased. All orders attended Towitz promptness and Dis Pinch. Lebanon april29,1863-tf. Geo. Pole Ghat. Or. To thi_fiiy@9 a a the undersigned having taken the Large and commodious hotel in Pottsville known As the Mortimer House would respectfully announce to h is old friends and former patrons that to is prepared to accommodate All who May favor him with their patronage. The Mortimer House has been newly papered painted and refurnished throughout and the proprietor feels warranted in saying that it is a surpassed by any hotel in the Borough of Pottsville for Comfort Aud convenience. To pains loll be spared to Render st an agreeable comfortable stopping re c hang for strangers and travellers. Anti shedding if Are sufficiently Largo for the accommodation of the horses and carriages of the hotel la now Ops for a to reception of the Public. Fly to will to Happy to give him a Call. Pottsville april 8,186 accommodate All who May Afik Orr i proprietor. Notice. This is to notify All Carp it run Fri la ?,,l8,f0rcotb."3 wu1 to 1>�?ow by the Uteev tora of he poor for poor persons dying Ith n a of Flye Miles of the poor House As a Usa it h a to win refurnished with coffins free of expense on Anil cd Tion to the Steward at the poor horns m Quot a John e. Bowman. A a a Eliaas Waldo in. Wired.Geo. Zimmerman j May 27,1863. Of the poor a Peter Short. Deceased offers his services to Ilu farm i ers and the Public in Genera feeling con Lldean that i he will give satisfaction to ail. His residence is at the \ i Turnpike. Mile from Ile Iligo a tavern Miles from j j Auville and 3% Miles from Lebanon. A i j. Simon Snavely. J Ann Vule tp., april 29,1s53.�?3m j a Pec Tagle st j or. Ludwig . The celebrated opt clan 43 Maiden Lane new York respectfully j informs the citizens of be Bantu county Liat he bus a pointed d. Racer. Druggist his agent t o sell his celebrated i Ibra Kilimi spectacles Gold Silver and steel cases suitable for any de scrip 1 Tion of eyes. J purchasers will please Bear in mind that d. J racers drug store is the place to buy Good spectacles Lebanon March 19, �s62. Re Mortz North Lebanon Saddle and Barncs Luanie. Iaci Ovy. Tub undersigned has removed his saddlery and harness manufactory to a few doors South of the old place to the Largo room1 lately occupied a be bio., As a liquor store who the will be Happy to see All his old friends Aud customers and where he has increased facilities for attending to All the departments of his business. Being determined to be behind no other Stab list next in Bis abilities to accommodate customers he ims spared neither pains nor expense to obtain and mate himself master of every modern improvement in the business Aud Sere the services of Tho Bast work men that libera wages would command. He will keep amp Large Stock on hand Ami manufacture at Tho shortest notice ail descriptions of Plain 6s. Such As saddles. Bridles. Carriage Marues. Of nil kinds heavy harness in gov who s of the Best manufacture. Buffalo rubes. Fly nets such As Cotton worsted Linen and a new kind lately invented whips of every kind such As buggy whips cart whips amp. Hames Cfall descriptions Halter chains Home made traces a a. Amp Call of which he will warrant to by equal Tony that can be obtained in any other establishment j in the country. All he asks that those desiring any f thing in this Tine should Call at Bis place and examine i Ai 3tock. Lie feels the fullest Confidence in his ability i to Giro entire satisfaction. 33l. All orders thankfully received and promptly at i ended to. Solomon Smith North Lebanon Borough aug. 13,1s62. A Stabl Sheb it of Peter Lorillard snuff amp tobacco manufacturer 16 amp 18 Chambers st., formerly 42 Chatham Street now York would Call the attention of dealers to Tho article of Bis manufacture Viz Brown sniff Macaboy Domi Grob. Fino Rappee pure Virginia coarse Rappee Nachita ohcs american gentleman Copenhagen. Yellow sniff scotch Honey Dew scotch. High Toast scotch fresh Honey Dew scotch Irish High Toast fresh scotch. A Orlund foot. Attention called to the Large red dwt Pri Ces of Fine Cut chewing and Smolan tobaccos which toil be found of a Superior Quality. A tobacco. Smoking find Cut chewing Iok inc Long. P. A. L. Or Plain. Jago. "no-1 in Fontish. Or Sweet up i a. H. No 2. Sweet scented Oronoco Wenester a nob.1�2 tin foil Cavendish .turkish., mixed. A granulated. c circular of prices will be sent on application. Hew York april 3,1863.�?ly. Though he a Bokiy of tro arrived too crossed the 1 and a Taeke he was anxious to. Prevent this As it turned out afterwards that he himself wished to Cross his army at that place. He ordered Captain pc Reno to Gallop off to general Bazaine ski ,. Visions and request them to March at \ to. They once towards Stradella from which Coin Bat re they were Distant some fifteen Miles. Crossed the they were to use All dispatch. On the haul a who then turned toward his own j pose of Prev lines with Tho intention of ordering eral Bazaine with his splendid Divi Forward such troops As he deemed be Sion reach the scene of the Battle prepared to meet the storm he had launched. Their Bottoms were of thick Timber their sides of Wood and Cork and they were supplied with sloping roofs. Each of them carried from ten to Twenty eight guns manned by a picked Crew. They were supported by gunboats and armed vessels. A thousand pieces of artillery and twelve thousand of the Best troops of France were joined to those of Spain and numerous volunteers of the highest rank such As the count do Artois afterwards Charles x., and the Duke do bourbons appeared on the staff. The direction of the operation was entrusted to the Duke of orilion who had distinguished himself in the reduction of Minorca. During Tho siege the most to non needs Arles of life Wero Eforoi Ianthy Dean bad ship biscuits were sold at one Dii Ilung a Pouf id dried peas Ai one a Hilling and Lour Pence Salt half i dirt mostly scrapings of ship s hot i Toms and storehouses at eight Pence old Salt butter at two shillings and six Ponce and English Farthing candies at six Pence a piece. Fresh Provis a ions commanded much higher prices. Turkeys sold pounds twelve j shillings sucking pigs at two pounds two shillings and one Pound one shilling was refused for a calf a Pluck. The effect of Tho red hot shot recon men Dodo by gen. Boyd to to used against Ilie Spanish works Oxee Decd the most Sanguino expectations. The damage done was extensive and for a Timo irreparable. An immense amount of ammunition was expended on Quot both sides. Throe Hundred and Twenty of the enemy s Cannon were in play throughout the Day and to these were opposed Ordy ninety six from the Rock. Upward of eighty thousand shot and seven Hundred and sixteen kegs of Gunpowder were fired away by the Garrison. A the siege lasted for three years seven months and twelve Days and for the elaborate magnitude of the attack and above All for the skill and humic end Rinee and Energy defence it was one of the most remarkable sieges perhaps the Mostro Mai Kabie of which mention is made m news of the failure was received by the ministry at Madrid with dismay and by the King with despair. In fans the intelligence was equally unexpected and unwelcome. certain had the fact of the capture of the fortress been that a drama illustrative of tie distr let on of Gib it Rby the floating battens a acted n go t by in fun to applauding crowds. For be y e 1 Type s in Hud thus exhausted Bei tie ure mid sue Rifice her army and Navy to gum the Rock fortress but now so found All her efforts vain and futile. No wonder that Florida Bianca said after the discomfiture of the besiegers a no British ministry will have the courage to look the question fairly in therace and i will think no More of River in Largo numbers i the French at Monte eel yer after an obstinate pulsed however and re pm. But they remained of the River for the Pur a Ting any Pursuit gen Onee dispatched a Strong a Spain attacked the Rock with her naps toward Stradella they a Val and Ini i itary resources. A Span ate. The austrians had Ash Squadron appeared in the a 1 Rodney Quot attacked it and Only one a transport escaped. This advantage j Ivas quickly followed by another. A i few Days afterwards a Spanish squad i j Ron was discovered near Cape st a j Yine ent and after a severe conflict j j was Defeated. The unfavourable Dis it i position of Morocco and the vigilance i of Span shed armed vessels however too a participate in it. A finding Jabat the austrian troops Pessary to prevent the successful crossing of the River by the heavy masses of austrians to had observed under March. Asho bad command of the Railroad he that be could throw several a regiments of picked Suec Enolal Jed Loi Van Vul he troops Forward Iii time to Check they lauded by Ait njilit�>3 a.thoi.t.e�. Advance of the austrians and could a leaving a at Mot Ceilo and \ o l Al to in Noar by. In tiie night be marched the Mirin body of i his army a and arrive deprived Tho Garrison of supplies of provender from , and they were Fea dwt dispute the passage of. Were reduced to the Forest Straits i the River at Stradella the emperor when they were again relieved by a conceived Quot a a a. _ he plan which proved so Fleet under admirals do Rby and Ross. A thus hold them Back until the arrival of general Bazaine a division which was one of the finest in the. French Ai Ray. Tho emperor Rode As fast As he could in the Uncertain Light Over the broken Rice Fields and marshy Meadows until at last to approached the outposts of his army. He was cantering along when suddenly Asol Dier stepped from behind a clump of Mulberry Trees and caught Tho bridle of his a Quiva la v shouted the Sentinel. \ fast so Cut up. And discouraged the Tho Man was stationed alone far out i austrian a Nurs As to enable him to tag it i or to st san a pity a thanks to his Raiciu v 1 e i i es�?1 o crossed by Sluiter Sesia Ami Hight the h it lab of 1 1 is n Al cd is o gloriously womb / be id to e unable to Force the Garrison to capitulate by blockade the spaniards now resolved on a supreme Effort. Works Wero carried on with renewed vigor Bintener were supplied with mme of the heaviest Metal Hundred i Etc o b Vutci n0 c i w 1 d c i to mortars poured an incessant Shower of shot and Shell into the Naoe for the space of three weeks. The most eminent engineers of i Ranco and from Tho ranks. He was what the French Call a a Sentinel Perdu a Lone Sentinel what we Call a picket a give the countersign a said the Soldier As he stepped Back and held his Musket Back for immediate the emperor was sorely puzzled he. Did not know the countersign which he had not Learned Asho intended coming Back As he had gone in the cars. Gamble was likewise in ignorance As to the Mot d Odre. A you can go no further unless you give the countersign or can show me a pass from the grand Frevort a insisted the Sentinel. A a and stepping up to the Soldier who kept a keen watch upon his every movement informed him that it was the emperor Napoleon that he was thus detaining. He pointed to the Imperial cipher upon the Saddi and repeated to the Sentinel.-. Quot Ltd a a g Estl Empe Reuis it is the Emp erdi do not delay Bis a a at the mention of Napoleon s name the Soldier instinctively made the Mil pursued the re rating enemy fought Spain were brought to superintend them at Tarbi Ioanid Magenta gain the approaches of Tho besiegers but ing another splendid Victory which j on Tho night of november 27, i78l, gave him Poss Mission of Milan and to j gen. Ross at of two thous j a a a . and joked Mon marched out of the Garrison for the purpose of destroying free Italy from her invaders. Tho world saw in the sudden change of Tho batteries and in a few minutes drove from them the astonished Span Opp ovations which took place after the cards. Tho guns and mortars were Battle of Moni Dello a proof of extra spiked the magazines were blown up a Ordinary military capacity on the j the storehouses wore fired together part of Napoleon Iii., and greatly with every part of the batteries a was his foresight applauded. It was thus in somewhat less than two hours asserted that lie had made a pretence j the Gigantic works which the enemy of massing his troops at Stradella a had raised at an expense of two Mill while he really intended making that j ions Sterling were annihilated. Span grand circuit which brought him upon ish Pride no less than a sense of a the flank of the austrian army to i tonal interest now induced his Cath their utter dismay and discomfiture. Olic majesty and his ministers to did a few persons Are aware that the Reet his whole forces and resources of emperor up to the very moment he 1 the monarchy upon the Rock. The Hea it a often Hattle of Montecello Fui Chevalier d�?Tarcor., a famous French by intended crossing Quot the to at the Engineer who had been attached to Villag of st d Alai that he had by the army of marshal Broglie was dered l s 1 o Soh id to move to that i summoned to st Roque. He bad invented what he called a batteries Flo Tannes. I submersibles it combustibles a Breve times Shine Forte Cui Fasse in Bois de Cote de la end Semi a which must have somewhat resembled similar Bat tries which th0, emperor Quot a of a the place the moment it should to in pos sess on of b s troops in fact that lie had determined upon making it his Headquarters. When upon making the a Leo no Saice we have Bovo re fined to he saw the Aust tons nov my Owaid Stradelli he determined Frenell proclaimed As his own special he would reach that place before Thorn a invention. Ton of these batteries and this he would have done had not supposed to be Invulnerable were the hardest Mode to die. 1�?to to shot dead is one of the easiest modes of terminating life yet i paid As it is the body has Leisure to Teel and reflect. On the first attempt by one of the frantic adherents of Spain to assassinate William Prince of Orange who took the Lead in the revolt of the Netherlands the Ball passed through Tho Bones of the face and brought him to the ground. In the instant preceding stupefaction he was Able to Frame a notion that the ceiling of the room bad fallen and crushed him the Cannon shot which plunged into of Charles Xii. prevent him from seizing his sword by the Hilt. The idea of an attack and Tho necessity of defence was pressed upon him by a blow which we should have supposed too tremendous to leave an interval of to ought. Bit it by no Means follows to it Trio inflicting of fatal violence is followed by a Pang. From that is known of the first effect of gun shot wounds it is probable that the impression is stunning rather than acute unless death be immediate the pain is As varied As the nature injuries. And these Are past counting up. But there is nothing singular in Tho Dan sensation though lord Byron remarked the physiological peculiarity that the expression is invariably that of Vangour while in death from a Stab the countenance reflects the traits of natural character of gentleness or ferocity to the last Sonie of these cases Are of interest to show with what slight disturbance life May go on Sundara mortal wound till it finally comes to a sudden Stop. A foot Soldier at Waterloo pierced by a Musket Ball in the hip begged water of a trooper who chanced to pos sess a canteen of Beer. Tho wounded Man drank returned his Heartiest thanks mentioned that his regiment was neatly exterminated and having proceeded a dozen Yards in his was to the rear fell to the Earth and with one convulsive movement of his limbs concluded his career. A but his v m says the trooper who himself tells the Story a gave sea reely the smallest sign of capt. Basil Hail who in Early youth was at the Battle of Corunna has singled out from the confusion which consigns to oblivion the woes and gallantry of War another instance extremely similar which occurred on that occasion an a old officer a who was shot in the head arrived Pale and Yapit at the temporary Hospital and bogged Tho surgeon of look at his wound bib was pro a Tam i rare Eok town and country is in printed and published weekly. By will. M. Breslin -2d Story of Funcke a new building Cumberland st at one Dollar and fifty cents a year <8�r-advse318eme.ts Jet scaled at the n3ua rates a the friends of the establishment and the Public Gener ally Are respectfully solicited to Send in their orders. 4sifl�andrills printed at an Honra notice Bates of postage. In Lebanon county postage free in of Lebanon county 3% Centa Quarter or is cents a year. Out of this state go co per Quarter or 26 cts. A year if the postage is not in Advance rates Are double. A. Quot _. J Al a we Are prepared to print horse Bills in handsome style in Short notice and at reasonable Rales. Noun cod mortal. A indeed i feared so a he responded with impatient utterance a and yet i should like very much to live a Little longer if it were he Laid his sword upon a Stone at his Side a was gently a a says Hall a was if its steel had been turned to Glass a and almost immediately sunk dead on the turf. A attempt to sound the Niagara River the gentleman who has been frying the Experiment of sounding the River Niagara below the fails Var item As follows a another attempt was made with a similar Iron of about ten pounds weight attached to a no. 8 wire All freely suspended so As not to impede the fall of the weight i then let the weight fall from Tho Bridge at the height of 225 feet. It struck the surface fairly with the Point Down must have sunk to some depth but was longer oat of sight than one second when it made its appearance again on the surface a hot one Hundred feet Down the stir Eam and skipped along like a Chip until it was checked by the then commenced hauling in slowly which made the Iron Bounce like a Ball when a cake of ice struck it and ended the sport. I am satisfied that no Metal has sufficient specific Gravity to Pierce that current even with a momentum of 225 feet. The velocity of Tho Iron when striking must Hayo been equal to 124 feet per second and consequently its momentum was 5,000 pounds. Its surface exposed to the current was about 50 superficial inches. This will give an Inea of the strength of that current and at the same time a hint at the Titan forces that have been at work to scoop out the bed of the Niagara get enough have often heard Young men remark that four or five hours sleep was All they wanted and All that the human system required. The habit of going without sufficient sleep is very injurious. Thousands no doubt permanently injure their health in this Way. We. Live in a fast age when everybody seems to to try ing to Pervert the order of nature. If folks will persist in turning night into Day it is not to be wondered that few last to the allotted Quot term of life. No matter what be a Many a occupation a physical or mental or like Othello so gone a and living in idleness the Constitution cannot last depend upon it without a sufficiency of regular and refreshing sleep. Jos Hunter Tho Groat surgeon died Denly of spasmodic affection of the heart a die it Tsa or try encouraged by want of sleep. In a volume just published by a medical Man there is one great lesson that hard students and literary men May learn and that is that Hunter probably killed himself by taking too Little sleep. A four hours rest at night and one after dinner cannot be deemed sufficient to recruit the exhausted Powers of the body and certainly the consequent a was that Hunter died Early. If men will insist in cheating sleep her a twin sister death will avenge the insult. Plumbers materials. imposter a wholesale dealer. No. 530 gom Piierce st Philadelphia constantly in store a Large assortment of cop fill Zinc Iron k galvanized Iron Bath Turs. ,. We jute and marbled plug basins. White and marbled or Blue closet Basina. A ship water closets Complete. A water closets of every description. Pumps rams amp a. Iron sinks. Iron and enamelled portable Wash stands. Vitrified Drain pipe rends branches a Berb brass and plated work of Overy do scrip Tion. I a. I a Lead traps Ana bends Pine and Cedar hydrant posts hydrant rods plumbers1 Hooks Marble lbs a Lubber Hose. A. As Low As any Honse in the country. April 22,1863.�?3m. 1 list of colors Mack Flack Brown snuff Brown Light Broten bark a we bark g in Light Green purple slate t Rench Blue Ico Yul purple family Bye Coors Lor dying silk Woolen and mixed goods. Shawls Scarfo. Drones ribbons gloves bonnets Ilant Fea gift. Lid gloves children a clothing and All kinds of earing apparel with perfect Feir colors. A saving of 80 per cent. These byes Are mixed in the form of powders concentrated Are thoroughly tested an fut in neat packages for Twenty five cents Jou can color As Many goods As would otherwise Cost five times that sum.�?, the process is simple and any one can use the Dye with perfect Success. Directions inside of each package. Manufactured by Howe a Stevens ,2g0 Broadway Boston. J. L. Lemberger. Lebanon pa., wholesale and re. Tai 1 agent and for Sale by or. Loss and d. Rabb it Lebanon. April 1, �?T63.�?6m it a a a a of. Well known Melod Lons end i 11j lm.--. Introducing Tho effect of Pejla Bohs in every instrument. Ii Abl Blly a tin to rpm it a pianos for Cash at it . Leu ion or on Mouth i v instalments Fri a $5 to $19. A a _ 300 a fold in Philadelphia. J amfc�8 Bella k. Sole agent -79, 281 a Fouth filth Street above spree. .1 my 15, ibid a to. Phu Adelphia pm. Eli ram w. Rank 1 formerly of Jones Torrn Lebanon conty a Multi respectfully inform Bis friends acid the Public that Bebas connected himself with or. To weft in the tobacco snuff and Segar b�oscneb3. A no. 146 North third Street phils. Thero to Grill a glad of receive customer Azul who Gull at rates that will prove satisfactory. Philadelphia may29,13 amp a
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