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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 29, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaJan to tinting 09 is Rcpt a amp a gdobsdc3acaa9pac�>�rbno titty and promptly executed at the it amp Var Tseh office Lebanon Penn a this establishment 1b now snap lion with an extensive do orment of Job Ype which Wilt be increased a the that Yonago deaf cd. It can now turn out rating of every Djessi option in a neat and expeditious manner Dundon reasonable terms. Suchias Fwy Ilett checks Botines cards handbills Ciro Lars Hab is bin headings Blanks programmes Billor pare invitations tickets c., so. A3 Diran of All kinds. Common and j judgment Bonds. Shool Natl Cen a constables Aud Otto a risks printed sir Recalt and neatly on the Best Punj for constantly kept a a a a a a u fio. A is Sha Timos a in a att Tjw office at prices a to suit the _ subscription Price of the Lee one Dollar Aud a half a 9 Lebanon advertiser Auu a a a a a address we. M. Treblin Lebanon a. Out knots at private Sale will be sold at private Sale 8 acres of land it Natch in Long toe near the Borough line in Cornwall township. It adjoins the land of widow Fulmer in the North we. Atkins and John Krausz on the kept. There is a one Story Loo House weather hoarded erected on the land and a Good Well m the Garden a the land Lias Tirie is Viies for quarries. Tills tract will make a Nice Hom d family. As it is free item ground Kent. Good title will he rivet Adam Ritcher n. met is now covered with Fine grass liar. By which will be Given to the purchaser. Of Ftp Bah june 13,1860. Howard association Phi a Delphia a. By i bases of the nervous system sperm a Torch Cuba or seminal weakness. Jampo tence and other affections a the sexual organs physical debility and premature decay a hew and reliable treatment in reports of the Howard association sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes free of charge. Address or. J. Skillon Hogl Tonj Howard association. No. 2 South ninth Street Pirn. Xor Xenia a. Jan nary 28. Isbs.�?lj�?T. _ removal 9 a a. Stanley Ulrich attorney at Law has removed ins office to the building one door Cas of Laudermilch a store Ash Tou House Lebanon. A. Fc4>. Bounty mid tension claims promptly attended to april 8, removal a s. T. attorney at Law has removed his office to Market Street opposite the Lebanon Bank two doors North of Wdow rises hotel. Lebanon March 25, 63, a. A. _ John yet . District attorney has removed 1ms office to the room lately occupied by i Geo. P. Me Weaver in Cumberland Street. Lebanon a few doors Buie of the Eagle hotel and two doors West or gen. Acid Many of acc. Lebanon dec. 17,1862. A rus a. A Iii air or in Lichaj. In opposite the Back hotel and two doors Sontz from a Runny s hardware april amp 18fl2.-ly. Quot we m. Derr it attorney at Law off Irein Sec ichters a by hog Cumberland Street nearly opposite the court House 6, ,1863.�?tf. Or. D. Albert offers his professional services to the citizens of Jonestown and Vicinity. Office at the residence Ondr. Barry. A a. Jonestown May 20.180.l�?im. A ill Samuel ,8, Lucily offers ins professional services to the citizens of Lebanon and Vicinity. Office to Tho residence of Buch two door what of office of or. Samuel a m Cumberland Street Lebanon april 16,1863. A a or Samuel b list office at the old residence of. Or. Oco. Steid Naur opposite the courthouse , la a. Lebanon. March �5, �?T63. A. Quot or. A Biah la . Offers ids the citizens of Tho Borough of Lebanon mid Vicinity. Office in a Walnut Street two doors North of the lutheran parsonage. March 4,1863. I a Cuba non to so a. Quot i t vol. 15�?no. 6. Lebanon. Pa., wednesday july 29, 1863. Whole no. 736. B5�- not alcoholic. A Iraq Hlf concentrated v e get a ble Eil act. A pure tonic. D06t0r Hoof acid 8 German bitters prepared by. Or. M a Jason Pillad a a. Will effectually cure liver complaint dyspepsia jaundice. Chronic or it nervous debility diseases of the kidneys mind All diseases arising from a d in ordered liver or stomach. Such As constipation. Inward files. Fullness or blood to the head acidity of a the stomach. Nausea. Heart Burn Diss st for food Ful nebs in the stomach. Sour i notations sinking of fluttering it the fit of the stomach. Swimming of the head. Hurried and difficult breathing fluttering at the heart choking or suffocating sensations when in a Lvin pos Ture. Dimness of v Ision dots or webs before the sight fever end Ddll pain in the head deficiency of perspiration Yellowness of the Sara end Eves pain in Fps Side. Back. Chest. Limbs amp a. Sudden flushes Ofle eat burning in the flesh. Constant imaginings of Evi i and. Groat depression of spirits. And will positively prevent yellow fever bimts Fetter tic. To tiny contain no alcohol or bad whiskey ? they will Cunt the above disease.? m no icy nine cases out of a Hundred. Or. C. I. Kreider. Offers his prot fess fir Nal services to the Community of i Lebanon and Vicinity. Office temporarily with or. A Schreek in Walute Trecet. Lebanon april a 863.�?3m. _ we a Gley amp Dew Alt Mer giants von the 8a1.fi 0? a a butter eggs Heese tall the lard poultry game., dried Grain seed pc. No. 170 Rease Street. One door above Washington Iii it York. O. Weigley. \ r. Dewalt references Robb a Ascough new York Allen k brother do w. Vav. A a fudge Jwia. Do Jones v Shepard do slam son. Labach a ,.do Sanuel a Johnson. Do . Brescia Esq., Lebanon . Betz. Canton Ohio w. C. Curry a a a co., Bankers Erie a. Hon. John Stiles. Allentown a a. Jun. 14, a bad. The new bakery 1hk undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens of ,that he has come fenced the naive ing business ill All its varieties at his stand on Cumberland Street. Lebanon nearly opposite the Buck Kididi. And wj11 Supply Custo mrs w Atli to lug Best bread. Cakes a amp to. Flour received from us toners and returned to them in Brend at Short notice. Confection eries of All kinds fresh and of Ilsc bust Quality constantly on Hviid Sud Turnis lied at the lowest paces. The Public in invited to give me a . Leb non. Nov. 9,1850. F. Ii. Ei1lr. S. W Imu Sill amp co., no. 37 Park flow Neto York amp to state st. Boston Are Oit agents for the in those cities and Are authorized to take advertisements and subscriptions for us at our lowest Hales a May 21, 1862. Quot a North Lebanon steam grist Mill Grain wanted the undersigned will Purchase All kinds of Gollain such As wheat Rye Corn. Oats. A. It their steam Mill on the uni oui canal for which the highest Market prices will be paid in Cash. A All kinds of customer work will be done at the shortest notice and in the most satisfactory manner. The Public is respectfully invited to give us trial. Felix Light Gideon Light. David l. Light. North Lebanon May. 21,1862. Asb Abam Suer. David s. Long a new firm. Cheap Ash store and milling and Grain business. Ryphe undersigned having formed a partnership in the Al mercantile milling and Grain Busi would respectfully invite the attention of the Public to . They will continue to keep at the late stand of Sherk go Esaman a Long a most Complete Stock of All kinds of goods usually kept in a cout itry store which they will retail cheap for Cash or country produce. They also want to buy for Cash 60,000 bushels of wheat 30,000 bushels of Rye 20,000 bushels of Corn. 25,000 bushels of Oats. I for which they will pay the highest Market Bey Iii also take Grain on storage. The will keep ways on hand and sell at the lowest prices Coal by male and or by the ton All kinds of Mill feed i it Star it pc. R. Is a to re la Oucht the Buhina is of All their old friends i the Publ my will Endeavor to Deal on such lib my Ana just principle As will give satisfaction to All Kort Lebanon March t9. Ahem a l0na is tarnished 1760 Peter Lorillard snuff amp tobacco manufacturer 16 &18 Chambers st., i formerly 42 Chatham Street new York 1 the attention of dealers to the articles of Viz Brown Sunli Mac Abby Demitros i hts Rappee pure Virginia coarse Rapple a Natchitoches Amerison gentleman Copenhagen. Yellow Soult Honey Dew scotch Kigh Toast scotch fresh Honey Dew scotch Irish High Toast fresh scotch or Lundy foot 9 attention is called to the Large reduction in Fri Ceso Fine Cut Cheting and smoking tobaccos a Mitch toil he found of a Superior Quality. Tobacco. 8m0king. Pine cd chewing. Smoking. Long a a i o i lain s. Jago. 1 no. 1, Cavendish or Swerc. Spanish. No. 2, Side can cd Oronoco. Canister Noe. 142 to Ltd a foil a a Vii Dibb. Turkish mixed. A Grao Ulato v a or Culner of or Cita 11 be rent on apply eation. New Orif aprilj863.�?ly. Induced by the extensive Sale and Universal popularity of Hoof and a German bitters purely vegetable. Hots of ignorant quacks and unscrupulous adventurers have opened upon suffering immunity the flood Gates of nostrums 111 the shape of poor whiskey Rilely compounded with injurious drugs and christened tonies Ster Nachies and bitters. A beware of the hmm Murble array of alcoholic preparations in Plethoria bottles Aud big bellied kegs under the modest appellation of bitters which instead of curing Only aggravate disease and leave to e disappointed Suff re in despair. Hoofland s German bitters i Are not a new and untried article but have stood the test of fifteen Vears trial by the american Public and their reputation and Sale Are not rivalled by any similar preparation. _ the proprietors have thousands of letters from the most eminent clergymen. Lawyers citizens testifying of their own personal knowledge a to the beneficial effects and medical Virtues of these bitters. Do you want something to strengthen you do you want a Good appetite ? do you Wam Robu old k p your constitutions do you want to feel Well ? do you want to get rid of nervousness do you want Energy do you want to sleep Well do you want a rustic and vigorous fe8ltng? if you do be tool lands germen by life Kab from Revi j. Newton Brownd a editor of the Jsn cyclopedia of religious knowledge. Although not disposed to favor or recommend Patent medicines a general through distrust of their ingredients and effects i yet know of do sufficient reasons Why a Man May not testify to the benefits he be Liebeg blk shit to have received from any simple preparation in the Hope that he mud thus contribute to the Benefito others. A i do this the More readily in regard to Hoo Flandus German bitters prepared by or. Of. Jackson Pithis City because i was prejudiced against them for inane j years under the impression that they were chiefly an a alcoholic mixture. I am indebted to my Friend Rob j Eric Shoemaker Esq. Tor the removal of this prejudice i by pro her tests Hub a for encouragement to to them. I when suffering from great and Long continued debility. The Csc of three bottles of these bitters at the beginning of the present year was followed by evident Relief and restoration to degree of bodily and in thu Tal vigor which i i had not Felt Lor six months before and Hud almost despaired of regaining. I therefore thank god and my intend for direct is me to the use or them. Quot j Newton Brown. Philad�?Ta., june. 23 1&61. Parsi Tusai Wetick a a a there Are Many preparations sold under the name of bitters put up m quart bottles compounded of the cheapest Whistey or common my. Costing from a to to t. 4u Cen a per Deulloa 4&e taste a Isguhi Ted by Anise or a Coriand a seed. This class of bitters has Chi use Ltd and will continue to cause As Long us they Uii be sold hundreds to Dot the death of the drunkard. By their use the system is kept continually under the influence of alcoholic stimulants o i the worst kind the desire for liquor is created and kept the re snot is All the horrors attendant upon a drunkards life end Tleater a for those who desire and will have a liquor bitters we publish the following receipt. Get one bottle Hoof tan bitters mix with three quarts of Good Brandy or of Tyskew. And the result will he a preparation that will far Excel in medicinal Virtues and Truc once Elleace any of the a morons liquor bitters in the Market mid will Cost much less. You. Voll have All the Virtues of Hook lances bitters in connection with a Good article of a liquor a at a much less Price than these inferior preparations will Cost you. A Atte illion soldiers and the i Kiln Post Soldi its we Call Hie attention of All having relations and friends in the army to the fact that a a Hoof land a German bitters will cure nine tenths of the diseases induced by exposures and privations incident to Camp life. In the lists published almost daily in the newspapers on the arrival of the 8ck, it will be noticed that a very targe proportion Are suffering front debility. Every Case of that kind can be readily in full by hoodlum la a German bitters. Diseases resulting from disorders of the digestive organs Are speedily removed. We have no hesitation in stating that if these bitters were freely used among our soldiers hundreds of lives might be saved that otherwise will be lost. We Call particular attention to the following remarkable and Well authenticated cure of one of the nations heroes whose life to use Liis own language a has been saved by the bitters a Philadelphia. August23rd. 186-2. Messes. Jones amp , gentlemen your Hoof lands German bitters has saved my life. There is no mistake in this. It is vouched for by numbers of my comrades some of whose name Are appended and who were fully cognizant of All the circumstances of my Case i am and have been for the last four years n member of be Naan a celebrated Battery and under the immediate command of Captain r. B. Ayres a through the exposure attendant upon my arduous duties. I was attacked in november last with inflammation of the Lunas and was for seventy two Days in the Hospital. To Juis was followed by great debility. Heightened by a attack of dysentery i was then removed from the White House to this cite on Board the Steamer Quot state of Maine a from which i landed on the 28th of june. Since that time i have been a Benita Low As any one could be and still retain a spark of vitality. For a week or More i was scarcely Able to Swallow anything Aud if i did Force a morsel Down it was immediately thrown Uji Agni. I could not even keep a Glass of water on my stomach. Life could not last under these circumstances and. Accordingly the physicians who had been working faithfully though unsuccessfully to Rescue to from the grasp of the dead Archer frankly told me they could do no More for me and advised me to see a Clergyman and to make such disposition of my ii nil Tea funds As Best suited me. An acquaintance who Vid Tad me at the Hospital. Or Frederick Stem Bron of sixth below Arch Street anti cd me Asa forlorn Lope to try your ritters and pm Day procured a. Bottle. From the time 1 commenced taking them the gloomy Shadow of death receded and i am now thank t god for it getting better. Though i have but taken two bottles. 1 have gained ten pounds and i Leol sanguine of being permitted to rejoin my wife and dough Terv front whom i have heard nothing for.18 months for gentlemen i am a Loyal virginian from the Vicinity of front Koval. To your invaluable bitters i owe the certainty of Uto Winch has taken the place or vague fears to your bitters will i owe the glorious privilege of again clasping to my bosom those who Are Dearest to me in life. Very truly yours Isaac Malone we fully a Eucer m the truth of the above statement As we had despaired of seeing our Comrade or. Malone restored to health. John cud Leback. 1st new York Battery. George a ackl1 y co o ju1 Maine Lewis chevalier.92d new York. L e Spencer 1st artillery Battery e j b Farewell co b3d Vermont Henry b Jerome co b do Henry t Macdonald co c 6th Maine John f Ward co e 5th Maine Herman Ioctl co to 7�?Tza View yuris. Nathaniel b Thomas co f 95th Perm. Andrew j Kimball co a 3d Vermont. V John Jenkins co b lo8th Penn. Beware of ounterfeits7 see that the signature of a pc. A Jackson a the wrapper of Eai bottle r ? it Price per bottle 75 cents. Or he Liboz for $4 00. Should your nearest druggist not have to e article do not be put off by any of the intoxicating preparations that May be offered in its place but Send to us and to will Forward securely packed by office and manufactory no. 631 Arch st a Jones amp Evans. Successor to M. Jackson amp go., proprietors. -035 for Sale by or fio. Ross opposite the court Iio urto Lebanon a and by druggists and dealers in every town in the United states. May 27, 1863.�?iy. . A piece of paper. By a French detective. A burglary was committed at night in the shop of a certain water maker in the Rue st Dennis. The robbers seized a number of Gold and Silver watches hanging in the window and then went off leaving behind them a wooden handled chisel which they had employed in bursting the lock and a Candle end wrapped in a piece of paper about half the size of a hand m to did not discover the robbery till he came Down to his shop in Tho morning and i was not informed of the daring burglary till ten of clock. I at once proceeded with an agent to the shop in order to collect any indications that might help me to discover the robbers but there was not the slightest clue 27o one had seen them and excepting the two articles to which i have referred no object of a nature to facilitate search was left in the shop. Under these circumstances i resolved to Call on the. Police commissioner of that Quarter who might perhaps possess More precise data but this magistrate told me that nothing could he done for the present and that it would be Wise to keep quiet for a while As any Steps would Only Lead to loss of Lime and useless labor. Them the conversation changed and while talking of one thing and the other a mechanically took1 up the piece of paper which was about three inches Long at the most that surrounded the Candle end. I had read beneath the dirty Finger Marks the four words a a two pounds of butter a written in an illegible manner and with Ink whose paleness rendered them even More difficult to decipher a a by Jove a i exclaimed a this is a prodigious Accident. I must find out the person who wrote these words and then perhaps i shall get a clue to the the commissioner does not think much of this paper he warns a Cauler that he intends to close the report at four of clock and Send All the articles to the prefecture. A very Good a replies our author and off to starts accompanied by an agent and holding the Little piece of paper. 1 jumped into a cab and visited unsuccessfully All the markets in turn. Disappointed i was returning to the commissioners office when i noticed in the Rue Aubrey in Boucher a but. In Dwir a tar what use it might he to red a a so turf no Goth instrument which i had Btu Oto file to atom a i the Fig tend asked the master if the tool was of his making. It a a n of sir a he answered a bub i put. It in a handle for one of a the Young men with whom-you-now1 Are. He said he1 waited to use it for opening cases. A. Or. There w9& no further doubt that these were t be burglars hence i h Vir ried up age i a and the search began ill he mat k Al Liaise boards. Every Corner inspected. We were in despair for a Dould find nothing a and after of an hour of use More Strieff than before tresses Werf Efi ripped open the pal gutted a the Walls sounded the b taken up an Pevery Hole and jilted. 30. Then shall they begin to the mountains fail on its and to the Hills to cover us. 1 a it ,1 31 for if they do these things in a Green tree what shall be done in the dry. Met vat Ndu Gham his second address to the people of a j a Ohio. He accepts fhe nomination for Gover nor and defines his position. A. Niagara Falls Cak a Ivest is 1863. J a arrested and confined for three weeks to the. United states a prisoner of state banished thence to the Confederate states and there held As an alien enemy and prisoner of War let a be amp a chins we resolved to go away though in parole fairly and honorable but tie commenced a fresh sea Giryn their room j and on examining Tae ceiling i riot eed m a st a perceptible difference of color ova a the Hedjo i jumped on to a cd liar a vigorous by of my fist on the spot be from which tumbled he bed Gold and Silver Tolen from is nes in order 1o hide the produced a Pell Meli on watches All our two stolen a a rte cd ceiling twi with thick�?T1 Over and a it color because had made a Hplu in the they. Cpyer�d1 again per and ily appeared of. A Darker it bras not quite dry. Some tim after the two burglars were assizes and sentenced to ten wears. Penal rid yet on that did the Success of the affair def and ? upon a piece of paper to Lytge no one had paid any attention. Case in i Udall. A a a. From i Pontius pilates court. Gospel of st. Luke inter oxur. Chole multitude of them him , began to. Accuse him ind this. Ezzio Pervert and forbidding to give a saying that himself. Tbs arose i he f. 2. Ati paying we it tribute to i is Christ a i Jig. 3. And Ujj Lite asked him saying Art. Tho ii Theang of jews and he answered Hiiri and said thou safest a a 4. Then a two Pilate to the chief priests and Job the people i fault in this i Jan ,5 and the were the More fierce saying he uni Rocth up the people teaching throughout jewry begin Ning from to this place. 6 when ate heard of Gal hire be Nern Ere a a repeating my usual is Boffl to the undersigned. Having Hail fifteen years practice of rating altering or cutting Stock for Farmers and Haring purchased tie tools of or Pajk fish snotty deceased offers i s services to thu Ftp Rio Ere and the Public in general feeling Coa amp Dent that he will give satisfaction to All. His residence is a the Turnpike i mile from heir go a tavern a a Miles from Annville and 8-Miles from Lebanon a. A Simon Snavely. South Annilu tp., april 29,1863.-�?3m. Of paper while to Romulu. After turning it Over and Over the dealer said a Why 1 wrote those words hot i done to know to whom they were addressed. It is a ticket which i stuck on two pounds of butter 6old to some passer by or on hearing this i fell Hack from Tho seventh heaven to the Earth and went off. As i walked along i said to myself that the robbery was pc formed either at the beginning of the night that is to say at 0110.10 the morn my a or the burglars waited till a later hour. But the. Latter theory was inadmissible acc also at a later hour the Rue st Denis is filled with Caits go into Market and artisans proceeding to work. Hence the robbery was committed at about one the morning if this was the Taso the robbers in. Order not to arouse the suspicion of persons dwell Itig in the same House As themselves,.did not go to bed they probably spent the night in some mean wine vault by the c011-Tello. For instance and that would explain How in going Down the Paul Borg do Temple they purchased the Candle 1 or that Quarter. Whilst discussing the circumstances which must live preceded the robbery i turned into the Rue do Faubourg do Temple where i went from chandlery a shop to chandlery a shop asking whether any one recognized my bit of paper it was the lantern with which Diogenes sought a Man. At length to sixty two near Tho Barracks and to my great satisfaction the following answer was returned to my question a yes sir a about half after Elevon last night i sold a Halfpenny Candle wrapped in the paper you now show Ine to two Young men who live in the next a what is thou Trade a a nah sir they Are quiet As lambs i they Are two commercial travellers and both out of work just at present. They smuggle lace from Belgium but they Are As Well behaved As gives they see nobody they frequent no bad company they do not drink or i thanked my Chandle for the information and said that it was not with these Young men that i to do but As 1 feared lest he might warn the robbers or give them the alarm by his chattering i sent my agent to fetch one of his comrades. During Tjie interval i made Tho neighbors talk and obtained a description of Tho. Malefactors. On the arrival of Tho inspector i Serit them to watch with orders to arrest the robbers if they. Went out and at four of clock the next morning i went up and arrested to in. T1 could nothing of a suspicious nature in their room. 1 sent for the commissioner but a search led to no result and 1 began to fear not that i was mistaken but that 1 had arrived too late and that the watches had fled. There was in the room a Large window looking out into the Yard which i opened to let in some fresh air and As i leaned out i perceived a Blacksmith s Snopl. A by Jove a Lisa a to myself a it would not by Yery extraordinary if that Smith made the chisel without 7. And As soon Asho knew that he belonged unto Herod s jurisdiction he sent him to Herod who himself also was at Jerusalem at that tune,1 8. And then. Joerod saw Jesus he was exceedingly glad for he was desirous to see him for a Long season because he had heard Many things of him and he hoped to have seen some Mirado dose by him. .9. Then he questioned a inv in Many. Words for it he answered him nothing 10. And the chief priests and scribes stood and vehemently accused him 11. And1 Herod and his men of War set him at nought and mocked 7�m, and arrayed him in a gorgeous Robe and sent him again to Pilate. 12. And the same Flay Pilate and Herod were made friends together for before they were at enmity Between tie selves a. A 13. And Pilate when to had called together the chief priests and rulers and All the people. 14. Said unto1, them. Be have brought this Man unto Moas one that Pervert eth the people and behold. I having examined aim before you have found no fault m this Man touching these things whereof be accuse him. Of it. Honor yet Ilerd for i sent you to him and to nothing worthy of death is done unto him. It. 1 will therefore chastise him and release him. 17. For of necessity he must release one unto them at the feast 18. And Theja a cried out All at once saying away with the mat and release Barnabas. It .19. Who a certain sedition made in the City and a or Morder was cast into prison. 20. Pilate therefore willing to release Jesus spake again to them. 21,. But they cried saying crucify i in crucify him. Quot. 22. And he said unto them Tbod third time Why what evil hath he done i have found no cause of death Inhern i will therefore Cha Tiso him and let him tro. 23 and they were instant with loud voices requiring that is might Bic reified. A and the voices of them and the chief priests prevailed. 24 and Pilate gave sentence that it should be As they required.25. And he released unto them him that for sedition and murder was cast into they b id desired but 1 e delivered Jesus to their will. 26. And As they led him away they Laid hold upon Quot one Simon a Gyrene an coming 0 it of the country and on him the Cross that he might us a 27. And their followed him a great company of people and of women which also bewailed and lamented him. 28. Bat Jesus taming onto them said daughters of Jerusalem weep not for me but weep for yourselves and for your children. A 29 for behold the fays Are coming in vat Hicov they shall nay blessed Are the Barren Fand a the Bate s Wulich Rievert gave suck. Dealt Given leave to depart in act possible Only by running the blockade at the Hazard of being fired upon by ships flying the Flag of my own country i found myself first a on British soil. And to Day under Protection of the British Flag i am Here to enjoy and in part to exercise the privileges and rights which usurpers insolently deny me a Home. The shallow contrivance of weak despots at Washington and their advisers have been Defeated a Hay a it has been turned against them and i who for two 3�ear8 was maligned As in secret league with the confederates having refused when in their midst to identify myself with their cause or even so much As to remain preferring rather exile in a foreign land return now with allegiance to my own state and government unbroken in word thought or deed and with every Deci aviation and pledge to you while at Home and before i was stolen away made Good in spirit and to the very letter. Six weeks ago when just going into banishment been use an audacious but most cowardly despotism caused it i addressed you As a fellow citizen. To Day and from the place then selected by me but after wearisome and most perilous journey mrs for More than four thousand Miles by land and upon the sea still in exile,.though almost within sight of my native site a Greet you1 As your Gratful certainly 1 am for the Confidence in my integrity and patriotism implied by the unanimous Nomi a nation As candidate Fot governor of Ohio which you gave me while i was yet in the Confederate states. It was not misplaced j it shall never be abused. But this is the last of All considerations in times like these. I ask no purse Onat sympathy for the personal wrong to it is the cause of constitutional liberty7 and private right cruelly outraged beyond exam i pie 111 a free country by the presi i Dent and his servants which gives i Public significant 7 to the action of your convention. Yours was indeed an act of Justice to a citizen who for his Devotion to the rights of the i totes and of the people had i Tjoen marked for destruction by the hand of arbitrary Power. But it was much More. It was an example of courage worthy of the heroic Ages of the would and it was a spectacle and a rebuke to the usurping tyrants who having broken up the Union would now strike Down the Constitution subvert government and establish a Normal and proclaimed despotism in its Stead. You Are the restorers and defenders of constitutional Liberty and by that proud title history will Albite you. I congratulate you upon your whom you have placed ticket with Meare gentlemen of character ability integrity and tried Fidelity to the Constitution the Union and to Liberty. Their moral and political courage a Quality always rare and now the most valuable of Public Virtues a is beyond question. Every Way All these were nominations fit to be made. And even jealousy am sure will now be hushed if especially rejoice with you in the nomination of or Pugh As your candidate for a lieutenant governor and president of Tho Senate. A scholar and a gentleman a Soldier in a foreign War and always a Patriot eminent As a lawyer and distinguished As an orator and a statesman j Hail Juis acceptance As an Omen of the return of the better and More virtue Ous Days of the Republic. A.1 endorse Jour Noble platform Ziegan ten style admirable m. Sentiment. You present the True Issue and. Commit yourselves to the great Mission just now of party to restore and Mako sure first the rights Ana liberties declared yours by your constitutions. It is in vain to invite the states and people of the South to return to a Union without a Constitution and dishonoured and polluted by repeated and most aggravated sex actions of Tyran Nic Power. It is base 111 .��.yourselves,&Quot and treasonable to your posterity to surrender these lib erf cies and rights to the creatures whom. Your . Breath created and can destroy shall there be free speech press peaceable assemblages of the people and a free ballot any longer in Ohio ? Suffall the people hereafter As hitherto have the right to discuss and condemn the principles and a polio Yvor the party the Misisti a a the men Vito for1 the time conduct Tea 6 government to de Rand of Tavoi Republic servants a reckoning of their stewardship and to place Otth in men and1 another party in Power Art. Their supreme Wilf and pleasure football order thirty eight or the Coati tuition be the a Pheme Ike of the Landi and shall the Dit ii zen and arrested by an afm de Shlaw amp Tel m w Highta d r Agge do of a a new if him a Al dam Rillito w no it tax a prison a thence to a mock military trial thence condemned and then banished As Adelon for the exercise of his rights ? this is the Issue and no by have you met it. It is the very question of free government itself a it is the whole question a upon theone Side Liberty on the other despotism. The president As the recognized head of his party accepts the Issue. What Ever the wills that is Law constitutions state and Federal Are nothing the judiciary less than nothing. In time of War there is but one will supreme his will but one Law military necessity and he the sole military the Constitution and military commissions Tisz a up the place of the Ordinary courts of Justice a a the land nor Are these Mere . For two years and More by arms .they7 have Heen Enop de. It was the Mission of a he weak but presumptuous Burnside a a name infamous forever in the ears of All lovers of constitutional Liberty to try the Experiment in Ohio aided by a judge whom i name riot because he has brought foul Dishonour upon the judiciary of ray7 country. In your hands now men of Ohio is the final Issue of the Experiment. The party of the administration have accepted it. By pledging support to the president they have justified his outrages upon Liberty and the Constitution and whoever gives his vote to. The candidates of that party commits himself to every act of violence and wrong on the part of the administration which lie upholds and thus by the Law of retaliation which is the Law of might would forfeit his own right to Liberty personal and political when Soever other men add another party shall hold the Power. Much More do the candidates themselves. Suffer them not i entreat you to evade the Issue the judgment Ionthe people we will abide. A and now finally,1 let me ask what is the pretext for All the monstrous acts and claims of arbitrary Power which you have so nobly denounced ? a military but if indeed All these be demanded by military necessity then believe me your liberties Are gone and tyranny is perpetual. For if this civil War. Quot is to terminate Only by the subjugation or submission. Of the South to Force and a arms the infant of to Day will not live to Sec Treend fit. No in another Way Only can it be brought to close. Travelling a thousand a Miles and More through nearly one Balf of the Confederate states and sojourning for a time at widely different Points i met not one Man woman or child who was not Resh Vod to perish Etc Bev i ski yield to the pressure of arms even in the Roost desperate extremity. And whatever pay and must be the vary ing Fortune of the War in All of which i recognize the hand of Providence pointing visibly to the ultimate Issue of this great trial of the states and people of America they Are better prepared now every Way to make Good their inexorable purpose than at any period since the beginning of the struggle these May indeed be unwelcome truths but they Are addressed Only and honest neither however let me add did i meet any one whatever his opinions or his station political or private who did not declare his readine9, when the War shall have ceased and invading armies been withdrawn to consider and dismiss the question of re Union. And who shall doubt the Issue of the argument a. I return therefore with my opinions and convict ions As to War or peace and my Faith As to final results from sound policy and Wise statesmanship,.,not Only unchanged but confirmed and. Strengthened. And may7 the god of heaven and Earth so Rule the hearts and minds of americans everywhere that with a const tuition maintained a Union restored and Liberty henceforth made secure a grander and nobler destiny shall yet be ours than that even which blessed our fathers in the first two Ages of the Republic. C l Vallandigham a Quot a famous and. A if there Bea it Parton the world which ought to tempt the traveler it is assuredly that Region which lies Between the Caspian and Black seas. Tradition declares this to be the Cradle of Tho human race. Here say the persians an armenians was the Garden of Eden Here As every one knows stands the Mig Luty a Ararat a from which Mankind spread after the deluge it re Are the Best and most undeniable physical evidence of that As to Slung catastrophe Here hunted the biblical Nimrod. Here Noah planted the Vine. Here languished prometheus chained to the rocks with vultures Ever gnawing at his sailed Jason and the argonauts and hence departed the enchantress medea. One of the Rivers of this Region still bears Tho name of Cyrus Tolje great Alexander of Macedon is a household word among the caucasian villagers. Silence flowed gree Eeward that Stream of gorgeous fable which widened into mythology. Here Pompey conquered an Ltd the sol die a of Imperial Rome bled in vain. Here Gregory preached a and Tamar Lane and Genghis Kalin spread havoc the turks uprooted . Genoese on these shores to. To themselves uprooted in due time by the More opportune russians. Over the caucasian Wall at the dread hour when Allah s Lime shall sound Gog and Magog shall Cross to put an end to the Empire of Isle re ism on Earth and destroy the kingdom of True believers Vav Hen the russians so yet a Zajf. Thle a get giant the route 1800 Fearnc a men at Tif Fliss id in�?T4t�?Their.anguish that Jfe Ranmo f . Of Assily paper Jomo in and country. Is printed and published is Kelt. By in. M. Beesie in. 2d Stanty of i Unck a new build Lig Cumberland fit at one Dollar and fifty certs a year. To amp a u wed at be nasal rates the fiend Al of the establishment find Genor Aqrawi respect Fullr solicited to fend to their old Els. A a handbills printed at a Stasiw a me. To Quot. 1c. A a rates of postage. In let my Conkity postage free -. In Pennay Tania onto Lett Floh cokntr3cont� tier a starter or 13 cont a year. Quot. R out of he staff Eta. Pei Quarter or 26 qty. A yeas for the postage is not paid in Adriatico tates Are double. We Are prepared to Prim horse Bills in handsome style in Short notice and to Feas Onole rates. Ham the re Isgo of iffy in ohm Al a Tidence to proved Hnz of Kings Eite hdm Over a period of 2245 years. Tie cans i of Piricsi s we have snot iced with much flon Cern that people generally Are extremely careless with combustible substances or those that generate fire spontaneously. A Quot Large nimber of fires link nov a Hii Gib May to the a is amt nth a in Tho use of matches in the tossing about of ignited Cigar ends in keeping to be thief materials to lib to Sev Elope heat by Contact sum Soily Walt Jle Damp shavings and carboys of a conc in fact the whole array of Naff Fet Mechanic Chi appliances Tifi Cial or creating heat exclaimed in a their Quot that the Fth Feib my has Ehy hey a so la Eoj i a it it irruption since the tithe of Abra Jar for that a fire is a Good servant but a bad master is a truism the Force of which is amply attested daily and such Heing the Case it behoves All persons to be More watchful of their habits lest they transgress m this respect. A it is not an uncommon thing to see a Young Man go into a store with a fragment of a Cigar in his month which he presently throws on one Side regardless of where it May fall. Quot the. Simple but foolish act May Cost some men their fortunes and others their lives and yet it is of almost daily occurrence. A it was Only a Short time since that we had a positive proof of the mischief of such a proceeding. Some person did precisely what we have narrated above threw a Cigar end Down in an office not very far. Distant which alighted in a Corner of the room on a raw Edge of the Cocoa matting that covered the floor. This a a stump ignited Tho matting which burned slowly for a Long time until attention toil by the sense of smell had no person been at hand to discover the cause and extinguish it there would doubtless have been another a a mysterious fire on record As the furniture and other surroundings afforded excellent food for frames. In the Cotton factories in new England several accidents have occurred from the spontaneous ignition of the Greasy waste accumulated from time to time and stringent pen allies Are now enforced we believe against such practices. Sawdust is a Prol Fie bourse of danger when gathered it in great quantities As Are All bodies incapable of being thoroughly ventilated. Perhaps Cigar smokers think to dispose of their rejected ends by casting them aside As convenience salts huk Uch a practice although possibly harmless in forty five cases is in the other five unquestionably a source of disasters that ought not to occur. Rats Are said to have caused conflagrations by carrying to their nests in the tv7alis of a houses and children frequently obtain matches and do. Themselves lasting injury by sucking and by building fires in Bax Sand other dangerous places. The careless use of combustible Materia a is greatly to be deprecated a and ought Ftfe a scientific american -. A a scrubs hittite refused a their Rafic give s Rise to some novel a Ineido has of which we give an Man who shall he nameless was drafted. His wife was sorely distressed at a be Bare idea of Pai Ting and was vainly endeavouring to invent some excuse for getting him exempted when a Knock was heard at her door. On opening the door she found rather a rough looking Chap who Aee osted her thus a Madam i hear your husband has been a myies sir a Shere piled a be has but goodness knows How t he to spare , a am in be come to offer my services As a substitute for a Al what Quot asked the Dot . A i wish to take his place a answered Tho Man. 11 Yoda Yon take the place of my husband you Vagabond ill teach you to insult a poor Lone woman in distress you mean dirty wretch a. Cried the prospective widow a accompanying her remarks with discharge water at the head of the astonished substitute who fled hastily Down the in time to escape the pail which followed the water. The last heard of trim he was flying into a recruiting office on Asylum Ste of where to thought of enlisting Assi private rather than venture again apr offer his services and a ,.�?� which he Quot now a a a Ives to be and delicate relation than that of Artemus wards a a a episode of or times. Ftp a a Man in Ottawa county Mich Gan while blowing with his oxen received from a neighbor two Hundred dollars in greenbacks which for Safe keeping he place d in the Bottom of his dinner a it in the Wagon. Whle a Way a Short distance the oxen at fils dinner and his Money arid Teft him the alternative Quot Eskill my one of both to secure the fee he a is Quot. He concluded to dispatch the master of Anil to his great Delight found the Securi fees his a. I a to. Or the shakers it Lebanon Springs n. Y. Among their rules relating to visitors have the following a married per sons tarrying with us Over night Are in Spect fully notified that each sex will 6ft-Cupy separate apartments the remain. This Rule will not be departed Froni la Derany c a Fri nth says he was re a dig his to a married lady when she. Innocently remarked How foolish that is Ain t it. Sir a patriotic Venter is of Fie opinion Fiat 1 make guv. Which they Wear by Day Mey migh make a ten rat right
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