Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
18 Jun 1862

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18 Jun 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 18, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaI or a mtg a it a it Sua Yuasa or ,a.>s-3 srom executed at the advertiser office Lebanon Penn a is 1, a a applied with an extensive a sur tic it of Jolt it it which will to increased As the patronage demands. It can now turn out printing off yer description in 8, neat and expeditious manner Etna on very reasonable terms such As pamphlets checks business cards handbills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of Faro invitations tickets &c., fee. Deeds of All kinds. Common and judgment boxes. School justices constables and other bases printed a Corr Cal and not Fly on the Best paper constantly kept for half. At this office at prices a to suit the v subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser Une Dollar and a half a year. Address wit. M. Lebanon a. A Ruer Tiser. Vol. 13�?no. 52. Lebanon pa., wednesday june 18, 1862. Whole no. 678. Taki notice. Builders will do Well by calling on a agent Asho is prepared to do All kinds of tin hooping spouting and Job work generally at the very lowest prices. Leo also hag on hand a Large Aud Good assortment of All kind of tin Ware and nil of the Moat improved Gas burning Cook stoves end parlor stoves. Also All the i dimwit and latest improved ranges and. Ali Xvi us of All kinds lie also keeps can a at Nutly on hand a Large Stock of All kinds of roofing. Slate which he offer a at loss Price than they can to bought of any other sly temen in the county. Duj Ware rooms one door South of the a Buck hotel1 w it nut Street Lebanon a Labo on december 26, 1861, Walters Mill. 1i1hk rub Scriber Ropper fully informs the Public that a to hits entirely rebuilt the Miu on the Tutlo Swa tera formerly known As a a Stra Vaud later As a Owen forts a about one fourth of a mile from Jonestown a Sonnon county Len that he has it now in Complete running order and is prepared to furnish customers regularly with a vory Superior article of us cheap a it can be obtained from any other he Heep also on band and for Sale at the lowest Cash for Lech chop bran shorts a. is also pro potted to do All kinds of customers wore for Farmers and others at the very shortest possible notice and in vites All to give him a trial. Thu machinery of the Mujib entirely new and of the latest and Moat in a roved kind. By strict attention to business and fait Dalling he Hopes to Merit a share of Public patronage. Wheat Eye Coen Oats &c., bought for which the highest Lebanon Market prices will , Franklin Walter. May 7,1862. Wood Coal posts rails a Folie undersigned have purchased the Coal and Wood a Yard of Daniel l ight merchant in Walnut Street North Lebanon Borough sear the Union canal whore Mulbey will constantly keep on hand a urge Ait ply of All kinds of Coal we Leb they will sell wholesale and retail by the Boatload or by the ton. Also Cord Wood Hickory Oak amp a. Also Chestnut posts and rails a which will be sold in Largo or Small quantities at the Moat reason Able pricks. Coal or Wood will be punctually delivered by the undersigned to any place in town or Vicinity. The Public Are invited to Call Aud satisfactory and punctual attendance will be Given. Grain 1 Grain 1 Grain 1 wanted. Any Quantity of Groin client Ito Ortts Corn Clover and Timothy. Seed will be purchased by Tho under Eluned at Tiiu highest Market prices for Cash or in a Meh Ridge for Coal Wood 4r,Jonathan , a Christian 0. Meily. April 24, 1802. Quot in Muir eve Muiir. Ont of thu Taft and cheapest assortments of Lux exit offered to the Public is now for Salo at the new and extensive la h u i and Coal Yard of Philip brechb1ll, 0 Halo Borough of North Lebanon on the Bank of the Union canal at the head of Walnut Street a few quires North of the Guti Essee a steam Mills undone a state East of Borgner a hotel a v to boil of the Best Well seasoned White yellow. Norway Pino awl Hemlock hoards a Cha dry Poplar add Pine boards in. And to Inch Caimol and common Plank White Pine and Hemlock Seant Hogand joists White Oak boards Plank and scantling Aud a Fth Poplar boards Plank Aud a Rutling. Shingles t shingles i i. Tie heat to i Fly Aud Hemlock shingles s Alia roofing and plastering lath Chestnut rails and posts and sailings Fern Knees and inc Long boards hts Loo Sinh of fakes of All Sites and descriptions. Goal Coal Coal a Large Stock of broken store time Turners and Smith Coal at the lowest prices. My confident that they Hare the largest and Best As is rte uen t of Lombet of All descriptions and sizes As Well no the largest Stock of the different kinds of Cool Over offered to the citizens of Lebanon county they venture to soy that they can accommodate a purchasers satisfactorily and would therefore invite Al who want any. In. L. In a a 41,airs Stoni it a a Fol i Dolp new goods just received at the Stoke of l. K. Laudermilch in Cumberland Street Lebanon spa. Selling or Selling Oft an inducement to Cash buyers. Will save 30 pee cent. Ladies dress goods French Merino and Coburg. Fancy und Lieluck Silks from 50 cents to $1 �0. Detains from 10 to 20 cents. Lawna trom 6% to 16 cents. Mohair Plain from 16 to 37% cuts. Valencias from 8 to 16 cents. Men s and boy s Wear. Black cloth from $1 06 to $4 50. Fancy and Black Cassimore from 50 to $1 50, ladies cloak cloth from $1 00 to $1 50. Cotton Adco from 10 to 20 cunts. Domestics Muslin from 6% to 12%casta. Chuck from id to 12 a a onto. Ticking from 10 to 16 be arts Cali Coes from 6% to 12% cents Gingham from 10 to 20 cents. Shawls shawls Spring shawls a com to 00 to $4 00. Black Tibet shawls from $2 00 to$4 00. Notions i notions if parasols and umbrellas from 50 to $2 00. Stockings from 0% to 75 cents hoop skirts Frem a to $1 a amp of troth to it to a cats. Litou and paper a. An Ai Ort eat of a read made cloth mfg carpets Cir pets proc Brurs am Queens Are pro visa on. A sugar cared 4 am and Mack Brel. Fruit f fruits. Dried apples dried k2 Msj Rod peaches dried elderberries All sold to suit Tho tim by. L. K. Lauder Ulch n. kinds of country produce taken in sex Bauge for goods. L. K. L. Lebanon april 23,1162. Thing in their Lino to examine there Uhn Shig elsewhere. 1�?Tiulip . A lab tum. July a 1861, private Sale. Faille Stih Belber offers at private Sale he that Cartan l firm or Trust of Atid situate partly in in Grove township Sci myrium county and partly inert Belton slip Lebanon county hounded by lands of Eok ret und 0 nil lord Denjamin ,.danfol Ujj to Impert end others containing one Hundred Anih Ierta a Light acres and a Quarter with Theap Pur a eth to chances consisting of a two Story log t weather hoarded a 1u Story log dwelling House a new Hank barn other tit buildings and a new wafer Power Law Mill for terms,ac., to plug Roc april 20,1869,-tl_ omit lots at priv site Sale wild to sold at private Sale. S i Ules of land a ital cd in Lon Lane near the Borough line in Cornwall township. It adjoins the land of widow Miner on Tho North pm. Atkins and John Krause on the last. Story 100 House weather hoarded erected on the Saiid and a Good w Ell in the the land Hoe Fine stones for quarries. Ills will make a Nice Home for a Small family. It is free from ground rent Good title w ill to Civ Cne Adam Lut Curr. N. Ike this tract is now covered with Fino grass half of which wit be Given to the purchaser. A Lebanon june 13, i860. Uses new Salt less. 18�3 Adam Rise in Cumberland Street Between or i Market and Tho court House North Side has Nowon hand a splendid assortment of the new a re Gavle of hats and Ca us for men and boys for is08, to which tie attention of the Public is respectfully invited. Tints of ail prices from the cheapest to the most cos try always on hand. Lie has also just opened a Pieu did assortment of 8�om5�ek hats embracing such As Straw Panama pedal la Farl Horn pm Lioun Senate cuban and All ethers. Teak it will also wholesale All kinds of hats Caps Jio to country merchants on advantageous terms. Lebanon april 30,1802. Tual fire insurance company of Annville Lebanon county Penn a. G company was incorporated March. 1853, Ana now in full operation and ready to make dwellings Aud other buildings on furniture Erchin Diao generally. Also on Teni contents farm implements. Ac., on a Mutual principle. . T.,so Tinl Anlu ill. Thru a Schmau Ernie girly jr., a s. Bomgardner a. Our Mun a Bouges d. Belver 1 s. Early Samuel Seabold John h. Kinports George Higier John Allwein Ludolph Herr Joseph. Mats John Allwein president. Born life. Treasurer. Quot in of Mira see Rcd Al re Ansi Seabold travel id cont. _ of sch Sotterly agent Jfred i ick Sherg. Disc March 6, i862.-iy in want Good pictures 10 to. Bbown Kosa gut Oal my Over 1. S. Haber a drug store Lebanon a. Amb Norrris a Leihy of in so rooms opt hed from a a m., to 4 o clock 10 to j Une 2,1858. Blanket shawls sloth Woolen clothing of All colors dyed Jet j in Fth of Blue Block pressed the color warranted a i Tui Nail of 84-Uul la in la Ember Ger ,. R it Jas Sec Hanover her. Articles to to dyed can be loft at Jott. L. Pm Berk in in dig Stora where All orders for the above will to tended to u be. 8, 1860. Foe Kent a to re room no. 2. A a Eagle building a now occupied Julg i Eisenstein amp Bro. As a clothing store. Tor a a terms apply to Gay Tau la a Jea Weaver or Jirs. Elizabeth c. Weidman. Tab Fluor Jan 1862. A notice. H go blk Justice of Thepe eee will attend to soul vexing business such a a writing heeds it a a dresses. Bonds agreements a a a so., at a Ira Mulberry strap to two door amp South of the u lurch in Tho Borough of Lebanon. On Jant Jary 6i spectacles. Lit. Í.udw1g h by hinder the celeb rated Opl l a Cun a Emden amp a new York res pee Folly a much. .1______. M d Lumn Tif Taftt and b is to of fit re a Titi sons of Ltd anon county that b. A. Am pointed in. B. Haber Del 9tl�li i. Agent to sell his. Celebrated brazilian spectacle Gold Silver and steel cams suitable for any description of Rieb. Puro hairs will please hear in mind that d. B. Rabeka a drug store is the 1� the Bav Good be oracles. Lebanon. March 19, latest news of the cd rapist and Best goods Eteh s9d if Lebanon a a a hats Caps a boots "1�lhs opened one of the Best Asl. Soi1taikxts of hats cai5, boots Sisoes trunks to Havel in bags ac., of All kinds and of the Rifet materials which he will sell at Price o recommend them to in Reba Sers. Of the hassle has quite a variety of new Stylea Ensor going to lib washing to Stanton Burnside Dupont Mcclellan Gingham and Monitor hat very Beautify to and very he assortment of All the new door. It thine Fin a Dreus Balmoral. Is it a. Congress boots slippers and All other kind Ford ties waa Mingtoi other kind. Worn b shoes of the Dii Fere Walnut st., Neo. Thankful a a Public heretofore i to ill spy Liue to Coil Aud . Lebanon. April -3. to Cen of Caps to has a Complete w styles got no in Superior women a misses and Chii Vand boys Balmoral of Fioz Congress Boot and All them including boots and varieties at his cheap store j a to the county prison. Liberal. Encouragement of the x invite All wishing anything us Onomy Stock before making Jos Bowman. J work made at Short no of. Lit let a on Cumberland Strek one li7ilil tiv Taftt blur of Dillu Buie a or 1 year a ion for 6 Mon the us b ,. A Lor j lot requiring u Short Tell the full for thu Deposit from of withdrawal. A it will a. Eom Modun i no to the Ewh Deposit Bank. A re Aston Curt any v hotel g rates of interest on per cent per annul it a 5 per cent per annul ,4 pc withdrawal. Interest paid in in Date of Deposit to the Date Tox afford a Liberal ii uhf of a May favor us with deposits payable on de Runoff wifi Day a Premium on Spanish and mexican Delars and also on old mexican Hollars and half hip. Will make collections of and remit to ail ports of tit United status the Canadas and a crepe Negos a Taoan ac., ac., and do a general by change und 13asvinu business. A Dawson Coleman president. Geo. Oteff it ulcer a Tito find of Tarq Kos Are liable to the extent of the Fis Tatos for All deposits and other obligations of the a we Axon Deposit .5�510n Cam Krpal o. Dawson Coleman Iborg Smuller Levi Kline James Young \. George Gleim. Lebanon May 14, i\2 Elijah lox acre door i he q. Gabel. 3 Axon steam planing located on the steam i Street. a Mie undersigned resp Evily inform Road near Cumberland t Lebanon. _ the Public in Generi Liat they still manufacture Aud kaon hand i door Sash shutter Blind flooring weather boards ,0 i Spring a mouldings of ajl sizes wa�p0 a it fit cd thug surface cornices and All kinds of building materials for a frames. We also constr the latest and Moat improved Stair casing and in railing Eui Tabie for Largo 2nd Small Bill Dingi \ to pow invite far moral manics and builders to cd do Aud examine eur Stock Wavu we will warrant to give entire satisfy action to All a May favor the undersigned with their cts Tom \ Lars acre amp Gabel. Lebanon april 23,1862. V i. is kinds turning at the Pixie Mill. Plan but sawing a promptly Doue for those who May furnish lumber Abr flast 01�erk. Quot David s loss. A it e w Bir no o Cash store ant mulling and Grain Busine 1vue having Fornix d a it Narvin in Hie. Mercantile milling Ait Grain business would respectfully invite trifle nation of the Phife to their continue to keep at the late Stanil of Berk Keesaman amp Long a most Complete Stock of All Mas a of goods usually kept in a country she Whit they will retail cheap for Cash or Cou try pm Dice. They also want to buy for Eash a 60,000 Bachels of wide to t 30,000 bushels of 1 of a 20,000 barbels f Cohn. 25,000 Bui ols of 01ts. For which they will the Hyet Maiet Uliey will also take Grain of Toyace. The will keep always on hand and sell at to Wost i ios Coal by Tho boat Load or by the ton 1 kinds of Lill feed Salt plaster a. I they solicit the Husin of All the old friends and the Public and will Emle a to Deal to such Liberal Aad just principle a a we Ive satisfy econ to All. Sherk a Jijong. North Lebanon March 10, 52, a sin Essihe Ruck hotel Liv avid Cuvi st of Rishe undersigned would re a fully inform tithe Oit a zeus of Lebanon and Al it to that he bus entered into the Boot a he in Waird Street Jive Leban _ s Here Osoh hand a Large and Well assorted Stock of All kinds of roots and shoes. He will make to order All kinds of boots and shoes and at very Short notice. He also keep on hand Large and Well is orc cd Stock of leather a a a i Morocco and leather calf and Kip ins Morocco and fancy leather. Kid i a go boan8, bind Ings ac., and All kinds of 8 a ber Quot ?.p findings such As Bootie easts cords and webbs a web yes uni Vifa. Ches hammers Pince. Threads constantly off hand an Assort set bugs i Eads Shoal fails Peg Breaks Saffy a pm eco Batom kit Aud shoe tool of every deed in. Hs�.?. A food in the business Mora Ali Wilty a quoth is that he can give a tit y favor him with u Call. Sheet is amp m the country will do Well by calling on hib a a a Sli amok where. Lebanon 5bvy i isl Boot Pun the us i cause of human bi8eby. Tim Publ la hed m a pm a ?1sli rpm Quot no a Hitau be a in ,.turbbydb, ii Al Ltd on Theca t. A i url of and pm Yii Ual debility Noivo Usi de nutrition of the body laes limb and Back study and labor do Luesa or memory i. A vers ion to society Milf ii self distrust dizziness of Tho eyes pimples of the Fisio a. And incapacity Youthful in Iscra Hon ac., a. M. Josp this admirable lecture Ely proves that the above enumerated often self a film. Evil May p0.p6�?T-moved without Medicine and we Dauge Rouil st Gioi operations and should be a by a very youth and every Man in the land. 1. A sent under Seal to any address pc Plain sea fou envelope on the receipt of six Elf or two postage Stamps by of dressing Chas. It �27.bowery, ski in sumption mental i Pepsy 5 Fin Palm weakness of the a incapacity for Hension Luss of it Squiti Aem Jache affections a emis consequence of i70ib 6tmirie5lngdtotite0i atthe Osheay store of Sikli Neagoy Offlio Ribok 4586. Bya of a Leam a sky a sting. Eveni big. One Star is trembling into bight and soft an sleep the darkness Falls the Wood Dove from the Forest Calls thu Bat begins his wayward flight. Streams murmuring in the ear of night within the Woody follows wind whose Dusky boughs Are intertwined above their music and their Light. The Woodland Range is dimly Blue with smoke that creeps from cots unseen and Briery hedge and Meady Green put on their White night Robe of Dew. In every sound that Breaks the Calm is like a Lullaby to rest All is at peace of copt the breast that needs the most its soothing Baum. Take your Choice. Nom read first each verse separately Niheu both verses of if there was but one i always did intend. take to me a wife Bingo my i if to spend would Grieve qty life it Imreh Delight eth me. A to think Upo amp us Cbrido to live irow omani Freis i carib Ebo Sara fed its surya Happy life to live without a wife a female to my Riad i Nader expect to find a Bachelor to Uve my mind i freely give woman is the thing such trouble of us bring the Joy i can to express so great is singleness i never could agree a married Man to be. Welt item. Tie sorrows of a ulan who was born to be hung. While playing at Baltimore Dan Marble fell in with a gentleman who had formerly been a merchant and a Man of consequence in the mercantile Community. His fortunes had fallen into the a Sere and yellow Leaf a a circumstance briefly alluded to in the works of we. Shakespeare esq., a literary gentleman now Long since deceased. The person was quite a character As his credit was below and his a moral grandeur on a very limited scale. In Short at Tho Timo Dan picked him the Man win on aged in a species of practical chemistry vulgarly known As mixing toddy and keeping a Faro Bank. Dan Mot him one morning. 111 an uncommon mood of double breasted blues and invited him to take a drink at the bar of in establishment where they chanced to meet Endito the comedians astonishment tiie Man actually refused. A come along what re Yeou a bout v a can to do it or. Marble much obliged but excuse a Why what on Airth ails you a you look As if you had lost a Throe old Colt or a Patch of the Man gave in took a Nipper and then taking Dan gingerly by the shoulder advanced a few feet from the bar and in a responding tone of voice says he a or. Marble you be travelled a great Deal seen Good Many ups and Downs but was you Ever drowned v a Weil says Dan As nobody but himself could have said it a i Hainet just at this moment any particular recollection of having gone that far a by a was you Ever saved from drown Din a continued the melancholy Man. A physical demonstration kind of argues in favor of such a conclusion a says Dan. A i have been saved from a then or. Marble you May be Able to appreciate my unfortunate situation. I was saved fro m Dro a Clad of it. Wasny to you v a glad glad Iso sir i lost thirty thousand dollars by it a the Dickens you did a responded Dan in astonishment. It is a lamentable fact sir. Sit Down or. Marble i know your time is valuable i wont detain you a done to if you please echoed Dan a smelling a Long yarn. Says Dan. A now let a i Shane to sir a few words will do. Suppose we go ahead a Glass of Sherry says Dan. A a Gin and bitters says the melancholy Man a my respect or. a the same her a Well or. Marble in 1838 i was Worth thirty thousand dollars. I did no to owe a Rod cent in the one Day sir i went Down to the Basin to see a Friend off to Norfolk. A Good Bye says i. A take care of yourself a Good Bye says he. A but no sooner had 1 got a take care of yourself out of my Mouth the n Down i went heels Over stomach off the wheel House 011 to the wharf backwards into a whole Banow that tilted into the Dock and my first recollection after that was a sensation As though 1 had Beon convened into a pin Cushion. And forty women were jabbing in Tho pins. A i smelt a hot stove red flannel and Apple Jack. I heard a Jumble of voices. A rub away. He s coming to. A taint no use it s a goner a Burnt Brandy won t save him. A Send for the doctor. A Coroner Yon mean. A what a in his pockets a take Artof his watch gentlemen. A that part of the conversation says Dan a sort of revived you i reckon. My Marble replied the a Ruatti putting Hie hand emphatically upon the Cor Amedi m s should Oil or Mai ble. That brought me. Where am 17 says i a in my somebody. A what a the matter7 says 1 a i saved you. Me in a the Man shouts . A saved me a and then As i Felt for my pocket Book and water to found i was Damp a a wet As a drowned rat. 1�� overboard by Thunder. Bays 1. A Well you did and no. Mistake says the fellow. A i pulled you out or you a been crab bait Afore a Call a Carriage if you please says i toss Iii about two Gallons of pm Are Chesapeake. A Call a a a a in be got a Small Bill agin you a my Friend pays the shopkeeper. A they have used Agalli a of my sherrets in fetching you a a i Paia the Man a Dollar. R a to Bents is some Fellows standing by Mist-1 Spose youth try at the crowd for rubbing a you and a Roll ing re Quot i a i Iii red the whole by to drink handed around the cigars and Cracker set and then called again for a Carriage a a a a i went for the doctor mister Quot of course y Gnu a Gin a fellow something for for the doctor a said another blood a plur. F �?~1 go a it get Rascal a do Lief a it of a nov says i for gods Sake bring me a Carriage a a i was edging through Tho crowd towards the door when a Nigger got before me hat in hand. A Boss you broke Dis child Sharrow All to pieces. Guy must Haba Quarter or free Leben Penny bits for mend Daou Shah. A i did no to kill the Nigger but gave him half a Dollar and rushed for the door. The Carriage drove a doctors gig at the same time. A Stop sir says the doctor <1 shall charge you for coming Here a charge Aud be 1�?T says i jumping into the Hack. A insolent Puppy says the doctor a ill make you smart for this before you Are a Day a do if you please i shouted As the Hackman drove off. A for some minutes i was unconscious of All around me even the wet arid Brazen fellow by my Side but who did not Long allow me to repose in such Happy oblivion rot and blast him a. A what cussed set of blood suckers they were says he. A a mph j says i. Not exactly know my whether i was a Deal or a Hving Man. A tim f Wilcis Down at the shop he continued t pulled you a what do you want Here ? what arc you following me for ? i gasped almost tempted to jump out at the window of the Hack. A Well he replied a in a a poor Man a get dreadful wet most lost my life me i saved a i heard no More my lifeless body was taken out of the Hack into my lodgings. Vilien i Camo to. There stood Ibe Feller telling my lends How i fell no i i e doubled dist lied Thunder fell upon my ears. A me 1 saved him. I again elapsed into a ism 1 was Sicily Ai d f is in my bed for twelve Long my business Vas neglected my friends paid the fellow w How saved me handsomely the doctor prosecuted me my friends combated him and when i got out of my bed 1 was a ruined Man. A yes or. Marble i was a ruined Many involved in feeble health and beset by a fiend. For. Sir i had no Stodor got about than 1 met met blast him he froze to me dogged to like a Shadow and wherever i went morning noon or night he bawled in my earn a me i saved you 1�?Ta a a �?~1 tried to close my affairs and Clear out. do it and by to say about Home and so 1 got a a Wagon Load of meal ground and in be bring it Down Here to Day and you can have it if you want it a gear Mccook Waff highly delighted a expressed his gratitude to the countryman for his kindness a praised his loyalty to the a old Sag at once ordered the meal to be taken to the commissary of his brigade and paid for it in Gold and Stiver. This transaction Mecom Phish Eti the. Counterfeit Wagoner again repaired to gen. Mccooks Headquarters where after requesting a strict Fly private interview he told the a Gin. Erali that if he would Send out 150 men to such a place in such a neighbourhood in Davidson county he would guide them right into that a nest of Sec Euhl a and traitors where they my i bag a Largo Quantity of meat another a cob of in besides a number of the worst rebels that Ever assisted in a busting this a glorious gen Mccook fell into the snare a As easy As rolling off a log and All the preliminary arrangements were made and time and place agreed upon for the 150 Union men soldiers to meet their trusty guide. _ me Cooke a detachment of 150 men kept the appointment faithfully and of course capt. Morgan no longer disguised was there to meet them but unfortunately for them he was not alone he had a sufficient number of Well armed horsemen to capture the whole Yankee Force without gun. So he took them quietly and sent them swiftly to the rear to be exchanged in due course All but one an officer whom he released on parole and bade him return to gen. Mccook with the compliments of his meal Selling acquaintance who had the pleasure of meeting him at the st. Cloud a few Days before. Road Public highways have just been undergoing the usual annual repaying of a neighbouring county Conte Poi any males some remarks upon the subject which Are equally applicable Ohio and contain considerable to nth i tsars a any person taking a trip across Tho county at the present time cannot Tail to come to the conclusion that Many of the roads have really been damaged by the work which has recently been done upon Thom and that they will consequently remain in a had condition All summer. Some supervisors exercise very Little judgment in the work they do upon the highways. Their intentions doubt less Are Good but they evidently do not understand the nature of the work required. Many of them think that a great Deal of ploughing shovelling and digging is absolutely necessary wherever they can be done and that no Road is Well made unless a Large Quantity of Earth is thrown upon it from the Sido ditches or embankments. This is frequently very roughly done leaving the roads in a much worse condition than before subjected to this species of noon can travel five Miles in Auy direction without finding portions of the highways blocked with chunks of Tough Sod some of them a foot frequently mixed with stones. Those arc not placed together compactly but Lay about Loos of. In detached heaps directly in the pathway Large tween you and i or. Marble 1 took of vehicles and become harder and a Aro for do nmn so on and Gin and bitters tougher at every Days exposure 15 to keep a spirits from deserting the Sun and wind making travelling a Well says Dan a is the fellow still Over such roads after night really about a a a dangerous. This is what might to a a Hope not a Bouldu Tiloi of doll irs called Road damaging if these sods see him again Al stole i Nigger a cd stones were carefully packed to year ago a is c Toht and i 1 c and no More of him. L Ivas becoming tranquil izad and Happy. When 1 Learned last night the it in ghost hid been Scon sneaking around they parted and Dan saw no Moie of his haunted Friend and about a year after this occurrence while in the City Memphis tenn., Dan Obeaid of the sex Merehau. Lie had emigrated from Baltimore to escape the fellow ill had a saved him went Jio Kent Ulm and was hung for a fellow gambled just before leaving 1 o called out in a loud voice a a Jot to go done to anybody save me and he went. Skye Olhs in rat egy. The Memphis people Are full of glee at the stratagems which they allege have Boon carried on a some to org Man named John kentuckian. One of his last exploits is related by the Ippel As follows the heroic Young kentuckian is As Lull of stratagem Asho is of daring. H d sued himself is a count in Man and took a Wagon Load of meal to Nashville the other Daj or ving Sira Ghi to the st Cloud hotel he left his Wagon at the door in cargo of a trusty fold Over. And went into the dining room of the hotel where he a do in to Muei opposite gen Mccook. A pm Mccook i suppose it Stid Tho d 80uised part san to veg Ici Oss the table. A you Aie right is said m Cook tit t s my i ame a Well g ner amp a d Troio s no Senesk ers about i be. Toot something to toll you right hero. A us a King around the general requested his new acquaintance to pm need wit h what he had to say. A a a yell ii Rural i Uve Here close by burkes Mills right in the midst of a nest of red hot shoes hers and they swear your soldiers Shane to have a Peck of Moal if they have to starve for it. A but Gihr ral in mall right on the Goose though i Don t have much Gether so Aslo fill the holes and Low places in the Middle of the Road there would be some sense in tossing them from the Side ditches and tie would not Tien prove to be a i i Sai co to to Vilers but in most cases this is entirely unnecessary work. It loaves deep and dangerous ditches each Side of the Road with the Highway in no better condition Man it was before. Some supervisors understand their business very Well Aid input their work with care i d j i igme to dosing along the highways filling the holes and Wagon tracks in the Middle of the roads and making a gradual slope towards each Side so that the water a an run off find Tbs c&rri�is0 Way keep div a d smooth this is Jud a Cious and mending and highly com bendable to those who practice t docs i of ice me a Groat Deal of plow g but t certainly Lea of the toads in a bettor condition and in loss expensive lib an accomplish id of newspapers will remember the accomplished forger j. Buchanan Cross who some two years since alter years of successful and Brilliant Villany. Was convicted of forgery m pm Ladelphia and sent need to a pc years imprisonment m the pastern Penu enquiry. He has been brought to no Tice again he Al Sci Hoff Ward purport son Assn letter was splendid scheme the mated last week for seem to be these i. B. Marshal a. Received from or. Pm Secretary of written upon i which it was written were the same As Are used by the War department and the letter itself had come from Wash int or under the Frank As supposed of or a Watson. Marshal Millward lost no time in obtaining the signatures of the District attorney and collector to the petition ,.directed, and he would have applied for that of the postmaster but or. Walborn was not at Home. He went to Harrisburg with the necessary documents and the Pardon was granted. He returned to the City released Gross from prison and took him to Washington Cross making Many excuses on the Way to get out of sight of the marshal but without Success. They arrived at Washington in the afternoon and Cross was taken directly to the office of the Secretary of War. The assistant Secretary was not there and or. Stanton was summoned. The marshal Telegraph red to the Secretary that he would a have Cross at his office in the afternoon and or. Stanton had not retired. Upon a Nieciag the by Warshal introduced the Llep-�7j,-Ansntfett informed the Secretary that he had brought Cross. Or. Stanton manifested some Surprise Whan the marshal spoke of Gross and asked an explanation the marshal replied. A i was directed by a letter from or. Watson to bring him Here and i understood it to be by your a not by my order i assure you in said or. Stanton. A the marshal then handed the letter of the assistant which the Secretary ran Over with evident astonishment. Quot i know nothing about it Quot he said a car Ftp what is More it does not meet my approbation. I do not want to use such a Man As Gross for any a messenger was then dispatched for or. Watson who upon coming in and examining tie letter pronounced it a forgery. Daring All this time Cross seemed to be the least concerned person in the room. After a Short consultation Between the Secretary of War and the marshal the military governor of Washington was sent for and he had Cross taken to the guard House for Safe keeping by a file of soldiers. Cross denied the right of the authorities to hold him either As a military or a civil prisoner claiming that he bad a full. Pardon and that he had no knowledge of any new charge against him. Gen. Wadsworth Cut to e matter Short by ordering the rogue to be handcuffed and locked . The next Day marshal Miward and Deputy Jenkins tool Cross to Philadelphia and returned him to his old quarters in the Penitentiary. As the party were Lea ving Washington Cross asked or. Millward by what authority he via being removed to Philadelphia. A by. The same authority that brought you Here 1�?� was the reply. A i wish it distinctly understood a said Cross a that i came Here willingly but that i am unwilling to go Back a when the Handcuffs were being removed at the Penitentiary he said to or. Holloway the Warden a i five a duty to perform to myself. I demand a free and unconditional discharge a whereupon or. Millward said a you Wius blew be return my to his cell from him. Accordingly he Wai st in remain to tire. There is no doubt that planned and perpetrated under the direction of Cross Lum self but How he brought t Abo Tali i Nopris Ozment cannot be Dis covered. A Aywas a amp by Napoleons return from Elba was celebrated at a restaurant of the palais Royal Paris two or three weeks the room was ornamented with busts of the first and third Napoleon and every guest wore the st. Helena medals a a an irishman who had been reduced to a Mere Shadow by a severe illness was asked i by his physician what he thought of a future state. A an doctor it makes no difference a was the answer a Oyez ainu to left enough of me for the Devil to Naturalize no How la a debate on the recognition of Hayti and Liberia in the u a. House of representatives june 3,1862. Ter a vat the it of the envelope which bore the stamp of. On., Theetter repro cute the it Crof 8 by be Over the in earn an3 lab trusted a us la re Dep get certain names to marshal Jav Lillya a with ,6 War department enclosed Bijj which bore the Sefca was postmarked washing with the name of or. Jib proceed get a Pardon for Cross suspicion As to the the application greatest Secre from gov. Be letter Quot did not enter the Genus enemy amp a Silaj. A knowl Miti of a Jaud writing of the. Assistant Edge a a War a which the letter a be in and the envelope Atid a Speeck of a Knox of Ohio. The Blouse having under Consi Doratio Senate Bill no.-184, to authorize the president of the us ipod. States to appoint diplomatic rope Seutin Tives to the republics of. Ilyati and Liberia respectively a or. A Cox. I Send to the clerk s desk a substitute which i move for the pending Bill. The clerk read As follows that there be appointed for each of the republics of Liberia and Hayti a Consul general who shall be authorized to negotiate any treaties of Commerce Between said republics Aud this country. And the salaries of said consuls general shall be the same As those now fixed by Law or. Cox. Or. Speaker i do hot Intond to take Tho time of the any Long did Cus Sion of this subject. The statistics which have Boon a presented by the gentleman from. Chusett or. Goon Are not Correct. I pm so from my examination of the lations of the govt moment go far As the whoa to the republics of Hayti and Liberia a fire ports Aud exports a8 he. Has stated a amp gentle grossly exaggerated. I know that John sen min relies for h is figures on the Suffi on the Ator or. Sumner Denvered re0jtujdes 0.f present Bill. I have looked ovejfn0t show Tho commercial Kenaf ions and thug he gentleman same imports and exports statement will quotes and i fear this Enla a to this measure give even a greater cons co Iamb i propose than it is on led to Cote inn make to give in to few remarks if history. som Jed in Brief Ohgi Crkal. Commerce of history of Hayti. The As for As Lolai Wii in marked not Only Dur vory Cydoi Tisby slavery but since Emancia aug the Chi Tauf the inferior state of us Cintli non in l703ijany of its present negro rulers nation a undo leery by Columbus in 1492. And the irom a nation of st. Hugo by the its Pinage a 1586 by the Brioc spa mat devastation and thee Termi ish adt.�?&bor>gine8 by their former rulers a amp Limo hive been the Only work. Hay to of aet a Jav a under the Power of French filibusters of Pip 1630 took entire Possession of and Cdo a the portions of a he Island. The ony Vas recognized by Franco m 16/7 a and in 697 it a by flongros3 of Ryswick. The French pts get a con thereof was Sacii Onod by Spain Long Lanil and Holland. From that cod to 1789, i pe�?�5od of inc to iwo years during which Tho of in a ruled Hayti increased Bot i in population and a Commerce and the a Tana Iuo of the latter bring Trio exports for Tho same at the High i a o of 20 our roof no to $48 Odu 000 by the a Quot de treatment of the slaves during this pe--5od Pond into ror Olivion. Forgetting the in cces8ful attempt at Soho icon of 17�2 they Rose Ert Masse against their French masters in 4701, a a Der the leadership of one Bookman Flor committing aug sorts of atrocities Thoy completed. be a work by a massacre of All to White Roo Juno 23d 1793. Tinder another Black chief. In 1794 trance appointed Toussaint l ouverture a negro general in chief of the Hytien troops. This is the negro whom Wendell Phillips thought equal if not Superior to George Washington. In 1795 Spain ceded to France the East part of the Island. Soon after Toussaint Detavares the Island Independent. In .1802 the attn of general Sedero with Twenty to bashed fret feb Iro bps Lauda at st. Loafing str rides a and a Akes Toussaint prisoner and set de he to 8han�n Ike Riiser. A family paper for town and country is printed and published weekly by we Breslin 2d Story of Fanck a new building Cumberland fit at one Dollar and fifty cents a year. Anvzato shines inserted at the usual rates Quot life the friends of the establishment and the Public a ally Are respectfully solicited to Send in their orders. A a handbills printed at an hours notice. Rates of postage. In Lebanon county postage free. In Pennsylvania out of Lebanon county 3% cents Pez Quarter or 13 cents a year. Out of this state 6% cts. Per Quarter or 26 Eta. A. Yeas if the postage a not paid a Ai Ivanco rate Are doubled France. In the following year Dessal Nee Abs other negro chieftain leads the Blacks. Beata the French and drives off the Island Rochambeau Leclercq a successor who is thereby compelled to surrender to the British Fleet. After this Dessalines assumes Imperial Powers Over the Island under the name of a James i. In 1806 he is assassinated and after Bethlois Sand Christoph a quarrels for the Possession of the throne to. 1820, one Boyer assumes the Power and is Gro Cly a mid in 1822. France recognizes the indo Pendency of the Island in 1825, and receives an indemnity of 160,"000,. Therefor. In 1842, Boyer is accused of tyranny and disposed. Her Ard succeeds him then Guerrier in 1844 then Pierrot in 1845 then Picchio 1846, and then Soo Lourne in 1847. While the negro presidents were thus succeed ing one another st. Domingo secede in 1844, and constitutes itself an Independent Republic under president Pedro Santana. France recognized the new Republic in 1848 England in 1850. In 1849, August 26, Sou Louvae becomes emperor under the name of Maastin i. In december 22, �858, a new revolution arises led by Fabra Geffrard. On the 15th of january 1859, Soulouque abdicates and Geffrard is proclaimed president the same Day. On March 18,1861, st Domingo asks to be annexed to Spain and the request is granted by the Quot Queen on the 20th of the following May. The portion of the Island thus annexed to Spain is by far the largest though less populated. The Gotha almanac gives it an area of 12,960 Square Miles but from recent a measurement by a French officer it appears to have about 15,006 Square Mike having a population of Little Over 200,000, the Republic of Hayti has according to Gotha an area of 9,000, and by recent measurement 10,000, Square Miles with a population of 560,000 inhabitants. Its Revenue in 1859 was $1,762,5006 expenditure $972,572 debt to France 60,000,000, about $11,250,000, Tho original debt of 150,000,0001. Having been greatly reduced. In the commercial relations for 1860, Pago. 701, our Commerce with Hayti is set Down for All the Porta. I know my Friend from Massachusetts relies on a statement inserted in the speech of the senator i have named and it is said to he made out in the Treasury t greatly distrust anything in the shape of figures about a Aytla it there Are Money Sharks about ready to Trade in the business of shipping our negroes thither and their motives for making figures Are not always the most unselfish. Frum the volume Aud Page above i find the following exports to port a Prince for 3 quarters 77 vessels. $988,657 79-Aux Cayes a a a a 20 a a 149,762 99 Ganavies four a a 29 a a not known. Capeha Tien a a 42 a a 477,176 78 168 u $1.615.597 56 imports front port a Prince for 3 quarters 77 vessels. $269,295 74. Aux a amp yes a a a a 20 a a 02,139 0l gon Aives four a a 29 a a 85,133 41 Cape Hay Tiou 44 a a 42 a a 263,460 92 168 $680,129 08 adding to Tho a Cove figures the apr oxidative. Commerce of the last Quarter for the returns of port a Prince and Aux Cayes and the sums Nob shown in the exports from this country to gon Alvos Viz approximate exports to port a Prince for the Quarte ending september 1860, 33 vessels. $346,000 a amp approximate amount of Export to gon Aives omitted in the re. Turns for same place total As heretofore shown 163 total exports 201 200,000 00 546,000 00 1,615,697 56 $2,161,597 68 Importe from port a Prince for the fourth Quarter 33 vessels. $111,000 00 total sums shown heretofore 168 a a 680,129 of. Total imports Jol a $791,129 of in his pamphlet speech or. Sumner gives the sums bf$2�763,682 for one year s Export and $2,062,728-for Importe during the same period ending september 1860. There is a Large mistake certainly in the imports Here. The last returns of the general Commerce of Hayti for 1859 give the following figures Viz imports 9,000, 000 russian thales Little Over $6,000,000 exports 12,000,000 thales. The number of vessel. Employed in that Trade were 810, measuring 61,420 tons and of these 152 were american Fig. Engligh 54 French and the other 48 of All nations. When we compare these figures with those shown in the returns of 1789, at which period Tho exports Alono reach the sum of 205,000,000f. About $48,000,000, we cannot help admitting the deteriorated Stele of the Industrial capacities of the Blackh amp Stiens. In relation to Liberia the books of geography. And statistics give the following information area about 25,000 Square Miles population 209>r 000, Colony founded in 1821 the territory Pur Eha Sod from the aborigines. Over Twenty Sig Sovereign ties were thus extinguished. The Quot la ration of Independence and political e%5? As a government Dales in 1847, at Othu amp a to they adopted a Constitution somewhat their. Ours they elect their president Foz fives for. Senators for four and their regret Fate to the two years. All men clip own tear their Rev Arao unt of thirty dollars Are elects and the Sale Enue is derived from duty on Yak at from fifty of Public lands. These air per acre. Their cents to one Dollar and a Cue which they have capital is. Monrovia heal minor settlements eight Small towns Aud an Ivory Palm Oil com the produce so far Hagar Cocoa Cotton Indi inon Gold dust boffo Root. Horses and other go Ginger and Prosper and goods Are draught Horn Long brought on me has Bebo unhealthy. Comma the climate Obj water Between the sea ports a Catious eth the absence of roads Are relations for 1860, pitgsjs80,1 in Coo gation and Commerce United find taef Monrovia during the four Cuartero i860, to he As follows i end Sartor d Quarter d Quarter the Quarter total first Quarter second Quarter third Quarter fourth Quarter exports. 11 vessels. $33,657 00�?~ 12 a a 22,187 93. 12 a a 51.890 7z 10 a a by a 00 45 $158,735 70. Imports. 11 vessels. $15,516 00, 12 a a 38483 90. 12 44 27,628 65 10 a 44,248 04 total 45 $126,276 69 if there is any Commerce with other ports of Liberia it is not shown. In Page 6. Column Seo Ond. Of pamphlet speech made by or. Us mss on to it in Bill the exports to Monrovia Are brought to $2 0,000, and to the whole Republic t a $400 000 quite in contrast with the above by Ziemont. Engl and Roo unteed the rep hic of Liberia m 1848 and 1 Ranee in 1854. From the late report fihe colonization society it would seem that n and other Powers have since done Tho. Me a t propose to do it commercially. Accord no to Botha the three Powers first names have each a Consul at Monrovia. The United state have a vice commercial agent at Monro a and one at Baboon. Liberia has nine Consols in England and one or two at each of the other countries above except the United states since Tho area before mentioned the Republic has extended its limits and it must therefore have Square Miles. Its population e a Degranu from this country. They have Eon flare rift Ottoa Rhey do not exceed 15,000,�? the inv die Pifle motion is Over 200,000. F oth social relations with the neighbouring negro tribes it an influence Over nearly two m l1 on a Gao graphical t on and its Capiga Leif producing Many articles make its pros by to Bright and it can a h oked upon As a Center from which improvement May diverge. As a sort of a Panage of the United states i would not discourage us nor do i believe the Best friends of Liberia wish to a a a made the abolition foot Ball in this House for party end. Those who now seek to make Liberia the instrument for forcing their doctrines of Equality have not heretofore been friends to the Colony and its Obj ois. A Tho ones Tom occurs with reference to it both Hayti and Liberia whether we cannot with the Aid of commercial a a a Niimd Tda non Ian and without Tho Aid of . Assist in tha development t of the pro3pri.i&id Trade of these of unties. A. A it i a . Tao sincere desire a Vieh x had in offer my my substitute. Therefore. I will not Montro Vert any Stacer ent no to the Oom Merom of these countries. Be la Greasor smell i would fester it. But. Or. Speaker is matter net How much our Commerce is Wii these Elt rant no a that re Maee

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