Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
19 Mar 1862

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19 Mar 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 19, 1862, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, a Fly to Hunting fax cd Cyan cd it we Ste a Sasha 11 it in now Tny out a Kittiko of Íif3l� i by a Noat am a ape ditto manner sea on very Reaa Nablo tem. Such u pamphlets checks business cards handbills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of pare t invitations tickets lea., amp a. Of Rii kinds. Common and judgment Bonds. A Scottu. Justifies constables and other Blanks printed a correctly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for Salo at this office at prices a to suit the times a a subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and a half a year. Address we m. Eresten Lebanon a steam Mill an cottage dwelling House Fob Bent. A flee subscribers offer for rent 1 Heht leu a steam planing Mill and sait Mill located near my a town of a the Union canal and1 about a mile from the this Mill has two pair of bum for floor and 1 pair for chop also cottage dwelling House i Myerstown on the Road loading from Myers Edwa to the Llull. I fam we Lon will be Given immediately or on the 1st of april next. John a. Vonges. Thomas Basso Elf assignees of Levi Hertslet. Myerstown Pehr uary 19.1882.for rent. Subscriber offer to Bent Bis Large three _ Story Brick h�oildin0, in Cumberland Street Lobanon Between the Blaek Horae and Washington hotels. Said building Wrt tto Elywn p�essl4n of or. I Eisner it a a flue store room sae ement Large Laok Belld Tugi outbuildings. Garden a. It rented in whole or t to said applicants. Apply to j. Store House for tent. Rpm stand contains a Large store room and eleven Al other room for family dwelling and store it to situated in Heilman s Bale Lebanon county four a Quot a and a half Miles Wost from Lebanon on to Upton canal. Store has been kept in the above i Bouse tor the last three years. This stand is situated in a thickly bottled part of Lebanon county and 1 calculated to do a targe country and boat business having a Floe wharf and Landing for boats to Lay and Large and convenient stabling tor boat horses. This stand is Welt worthy to attention at such wishing to engage to store Grain and Coal business. Terms very moderate. October 30, >81. John Heilman ii. A private Sale. Of the subscriber offers at private Saio All that certain form or tract of land situate partly in plane Grove township Schuylkill county and partly in Bethel town ship Lebanon county bounded by land of Eck Art and in Olferd Benjamin Aycrigg Daniel m a Quot. If ship Art Doubert and others containing one Hundred and Lorty eight acres and a Quarter with the Apper _ tenancies a mutating of a two Story log dwelling House weather hoarded a 1u Story log dwelling House a new Bank barn other ont Bill dings and a new Waterpower saw Mill. Tor terms ae., which Wilt be easy apply to 0. W. Matchin agent. Plan Grove. April 40, out lots at private Sale i will be sold at private Sale 8 acres of land Aitu Atad in Long land near the Borough Hue in Oora wat i township. It at mos Rheland of widow of Fulmar on he Kotob we. At Kina and John Kruea on Taka at there la a one Story log House weather boarded erected Oti thai land and a Good Well in the the land has Fine atones for quarries. This tract will make a Nice Homo for a Small family. �3. It la free from ground rent. Good title will be Civet Adam Rito Beu. N. Traflet is now covered with due grass half of which will be Given to the purchaser. Lebanon june 13, i860. N for Bent. A store room no. 2, a Regie building a now occupied by Wjk bro., As a clothing store for terms apply to mob. Sarah Lineaweaver or mrs. Elizabeth c. Weidman. Lebanon Jen. 18,1801. _ Assignee Hollie. Ot1ce a hereby Given that William Getz and Fanny his wife of South a Nellie township let non floaty da., Bare assigned their property and effects to the undersigned of the said township and county for the Benefit of creditors. All persons having claims against said parties As Ofili As those indebted a a re requested to s. Aan Villo Fet it. 19, >62. John Frantz. Gym mryt Reidjr , in Cumberland Street is the office of Hie father gen. John Well Man. Lebanon August 28,1881. P. Will Iser in Walnut Street nearly opposite the Back hotel and two doors sooth from Kurt any a hardware store. Lebanon March 23,188t.-ly. _ admin Sti Atory a notice. To time is hereby Given that letters of adm Nistra a Mon on the ont Teof major mosaic Ehmon late of the Borough of Lebanon Lebanon county pa., de been granted to the undersigned re Slang in the same Pise. All persons indebted to said estate Wilt Blake immediate payment and those having claims will present them to p. Ii. Ebur Adt Niu it a. Lebanon february 12,1882. A clock s 7�?� the i fight thirty hour clocks just received at a j. J. Blair a jewelry store Lebo Ioa a. Vol. 13�?no. 39.james h. Kelley sign of the Mammoth watch Eagle buildings Cumberland Street a Lebanon a. \ Peers to to Public an elegant an extensive Assort of Paris 8tyles 0v Eine jewelry Nilst Lilg at Diamond buys Emerald Prad. Stone id to in meld work Gurlit Tucau Coral breast Pink in Rigus and linger ring. A of Lyl a Flat to of a very style _jaeng1lshpronch, Swiss and Ameri re old and Stiver watches of the must approved and car Tito makers. Cloaks of every description. A a a Var lety of Panoy floods paintings vases a. The Stook will he found among the largest in Thiaeo a of phonic Vanla and has been selected with great of Tom the most celebrated importing and Manu Fao ring in new York and Philadelphia. Euva tuna done at the Shor test notice and la a most irk manlike manner. My friends Aud the Pulle generally Are invited to an am no a of of to womb Kew it sign of the big watch Iqba non. July 3,1881.new Wishnew 61 Odds amp new prices. A Quot a a a a inform the pub to Liat lie a t new Cio ods at the _ building which will Sagray hardware at Cost. Phe subscriber of hrs Bis Large add Well selected i Stock of old s act a Cost for Cash. Mgr parties who have settled Ali eur Loco hints to april 1,1881, will be allowed a Liberal credit of Purchase so the dub who have not settled will and their a. 8. Ely esq., for immediate settlement end Collee Tion. A a a it. It. Kab Many. Lebanon july it 1861._hiram w. Rank ism Klyop Jonestown. Lebanon county would respect Folja info run his friends and to pub lie that he has connect Thim Solf with or. Lower in the tobacco snuff ask Segar business Avo. 188 North third Street Phila Whan he Wilt be glad to receive customers and will i his new styee8. 1861 a Bam Rise m Cumberland Street Between Al Market and the court House North Side has in Handa splendid assortment of the new a hats Embre a svi�pnaa%banfai.dxrsh0 a he we Ito wholewi8 All kinds of hats Caps,ics.is388ff �?�4y�?ota�?o�?�t8rm pm a a a Quot do it yes a a the e undersigned re a a specs Uley informs the Public that he will attend to auction Bino a will cry sales at Short Notke and on reasonable terms. He can be toned at i residence in North 15.-�- Lebanon pa., wednesday March 19, 1862.whole no. 665. The new bakery che undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens of Lebanon that he Boa commenced the bake ing business in ail its varieties at Hie stand on Cumberland a treat Lebanon nearly opposite the Buck hotel and will Supply customers with the Best bread cakes &c., 4c. Flour received from customers and returned to them in bread at Short notice. Confection allies of All kinds fresh and of the Best Quality constantly on hand and furnished at Gib lowest prices. The Public is invited to give me a trud. Leb non nov. 9,1859. F. Ii. Ebu Blanket shawls cloth Woolen clothing of All colors dyed let Black or Blue Taok. Pressed the color warranted and goads turned out edits to now. By. Lyon lumber get East Hefti Ivor. 49 articles to to dyed can be left at Jos. L. Be incr Ger amp drug store where All orders for the above will be attended to feb. 8. I860 the new 1 Oak we a Kly journal of Commerce a conservative family and business paper. The cheapest and Best weekly in America contains news from All the world the be to reports of the produce Grain and cattle Trade. Dry abode and Money markets. The be to dub organizers North or South. The sup poster of Iho Union the and the Laws terms for one year. A Twenty copies or upwards to one address Veach a thirteen copies to one address 5. A Light copies $10. Four Copie $8. Three Copie under three Coplas 4iss. Each. Gnu. Ryan extra fit pm to any one sending a club of Twenty with the Money. The bail Commerce Junior issued for Iofi country. $5 a year. A specimen Cosine sent Gratis. A prime alone Kali and Hallock Quot a 91 Wall Street. New York january 22, 82,_. _ 1�� non Barr is of the Lodi Manu 1uu, fact bring co s Pourret for Sale by Lodi manufacturing company 130 South wharves Patio Elohla. A. This company with a capital of. $160.000. To o most of the Klud Iti Tho world and an of Perlettie of 22 years in a. With a reputation Long established having Aiso control of All the night soil from Cue great Oitt of new Yok Are prepared to. Furnish an article Bieh is. Without doubt the cheapest and very Best fertilizer in Market Price fort barreiandyver$i.50 per barrel or Only $10 per ton. It greatly increases the yield and ripens the crop from two to three weeks earlier atan expense of amp from $3 to $4 per acre and with very Little labor. A pamphlet containing All the information necessary with letters from Horace Greeley. Daniel Webster and hundreds of Farmers who Bavy used it extensively for Many years May be a amp a rce by addressing a letter is above or James t. Foster 88 Coartland st. New York. Care of the lout manufacturing co. February 12,1862.-3m. M manhood How lost How restored just published in a sealed envelope. Once sue gen t. A la cab re on to amp a nature treat sent find Radical cure of of seminal Yeak Ness involuntary a missions. Sexual debility Aud impediments to marriage generally. Nervousness. Con sump Tion a Pepsy and firs mental and physical incapacity resulting from self abuse Robt. J. Cci.vbb.weli., 51. D., author of the Freeti Book amp a. The world renowned author in this admirable lecture dearly Preves from his own exper Lonee that the awful consequences of self abuse. May be effectually removed , and without dangerous six. Glt amp a operations bogies instruments rings or cordials pointing out a Mode of cure at once certain and effectual by which every Susa Rayno Mattor what his condition May be May cure himself cheaply privately and radically. This lecture will prove a Boon to thousands and thousands. It seut under Beal in a plea Eavel aped to any address on the receipt of six cents or two postage Stamps by addressing. Or. Chas. J. C. Al Job 12? bowery new York. Post office Box 4588, february 12,1882. George Hoffman a Lebanon county i transportation line. By Lebanon Vailati Railroad. Particular attention trill be paid to Good shipped by the Lebanon Valley Railroad. Goods will be sent daily to and from Philadelphia to Lebanon Myers town and Ann Vito stations and All other Points in the county. Freights contracted for at the a East possible rates and delivered with dispatch. The proprietor will particular attention to and attend personally to the receiving and delivery of All freight1�. For information apply at his office at the Lebanon Talley Railroad depot Lebanon. Edward Mark his agent in Philadelphia will always be found at to h. Bush s merchant s a sold North third st., Philadelphia. July 11, m Geo. Hoffman. Brio pm Kol lock dandelion Coffee. Puis preparation made from the Best Java Cosby is x recommended by. Physicians As a Superior nutritious beverage for general debility dyspepsia and Ftp bilious disorders. Thousands who have been compelled to abandon the use of Coffee will use this without injurious effects one can contains the strength of two pounds of Ordinary Coffee. Price 25 cents. A Botlock s heat tiny the purest and Best baking powder known for making i Glitz Sweet and nutritious freed and Price 25 cents. by m. H. Kollock chemist Corner of Broad and Chestnut streets. and sold by All druggist and grocer. A dreary 28, yt82-1y.marriage. It loves and Bates sorrows a�4 losers Hopes and fears regrets and Joys Han blood Bow lost How restored to nature treatment and Radical cure of spa Ramator Rhissa or seminal weakness involuntary debility Aud impediments to marriage general nervousness consumption its mental and physical a capacity resulting from self a Busk Are fully explained in the marriage of id by we. Young m. This most extraordinary Book should be in the bands of every Young person contemplating marriage and every Man or woman who desires to limit the number of their offspring to their circumstances. Every pain disease Aud acre incidental to youth maturity and old age is Lilly explained every particle of knowledge that should be known is bore Given it is full of Engrav Ings. In fact it discloses secrets to at even y one should know st let is a Book that must be locked do and not he about the House. It will be sent to any one on the receipt of Twenty live cents in specie or postage slamm address or. We. Vount no. �6 Spruce Street above fourth Ryhti Adelphia. A j99 afflicted and unfortunate no matter what May be your disease before you place yourself under the care of any of the notorious Quick to native or foreign who in Tulsee Vasy Olbort paper get a copy or or. Youngs Book and read it 11 w ill he the Means of saving Yob Many a Dollar your health and possibly Yont life. Or. Young can be consulted on any of the diseases Deac vibe in Sis publication at hts office no. 4x6 Spruce ,.above Foch is Philadelphia. Office hour frown 9 to 3, deny Philadelphia 26j62.-1y._ Farmers and others take notice a Tael Mao one amp a nand Quot urls bes amp Rusas ass mss Tonto it Sirawan Yans. Hey Mejora owns Esse a Are of improvements and Are All warranted to . Outin i of do Klundt and at Short notice. He . En-g1ne8,Mill gear no shafting and my a and pays particular attend lbs to repairing engines and machinery of All kinds. Of he invites All to Call and examine the work at the a Chorte shop on pipe above . Jall orders or to my Quot a be promptly attended to. Of. Karmany. Lebanon Lebanon co., a Lobanon August 8,1860. Lebanon August 8,1860 the show. Ai Tertha manatan. Not a Hoath of we Fin Landorf Mal a and the snowfall inns Stea Thuy. It lieu in the Charch Yard cold and White and covers the Graves quite out of sight a it mocks at the Gravo Stonas old and Gray dressing them up m bridal array it hangs the Trees with a wintry shroud a makes 6f them All a ghostly crowd a it rests on the branches of the Pine. And Trock in White to stems of the Vian a Quot it smothers the heating of the Seal falling and falling a so Sll catty and it chills my heart longing w Hon. For the Days that were and might thave been a . A South Carolina Planta Tiona luxury and refinement a part Royal co respondent of the Baltimore american a has paid a visit to the Plantation of a or sea Brook on Edisto Island and writes it a glowing account of his observations he says a a a a the Flower Garden was Laid out in most Beautiful style it abounded in serpentine walks a graded in the very beat manner. The Boxwood tree the prickly Ash the Cedar and other varieties Peculiar to the Southern clime were Cut and turned in All shapes and Lorms. Hoves. Figs. Oranges and Lemons were growing m roses of the most costly description camellias to Podcas. Single double red variegated and White All in Broomall varieties of Flowers Weie scat a trod Over the Garden with a Bountiful hand while Here and there Beautiful arbours were placed with the Sweet Honey buckle clinging to the Wood work a i l Pond contain my Gold fish was placed in the Centro of the Garden. A Fine House with pineapples geraniums Cactus and other Pianto too delicate for this season of the year was placed at the East end the whole in Uriost perfect everything that refined taste could suggest or enlightened science devise was produced to beautify Thip most Beautiful residence. On passing out of Tho Flower Garden into the Superb walks and drives through the lawns and Groves around the mansion we were struck with the perfect order and be Uty in which the place had been Laid. Out. There was every variety of tree the live Oak flourished in All his glory the Fig the Palmetto the Pine and the Spruce. Here too As in former gardens was found the prickly Ash and the Cedar Cut and trimmed in every conceivable shape some in parallelograms some in Square some in vase some in goblets upright borne in goblets inverted some circular amp a. At the Western end of the Grove there was a Large fish Pond with a Beautiful Island with a Garden attached and Arbor. Rock Trout and Pickerel were sporting merrily and Only waiting their masters pleasure to be caught. Then there was the Terrapin Pond full of those delicious animals. The drives and walks were graded with piece of broken Oyster shells. A. Very a Large number of outhouses suitable for every department of the Plantation and for the mansion fronted on the Edisto ver they Veie built in a very careful a i Nei from twelve to fifteen negro huts were situated about two Hundred Yards from the mansion. buildings were whitewashed and kept neat and clean. My. Seabrook treated his slaves very kindly they were Weil fed and Well clothed and not Over tasked. In the i Oves to Oie wore two billiard houses. A Bird a Pigeon a Rabbit and a Young Chicken Bouses each constructed in the most approved manner and at great expense. Arbours Wei a placed in every part. Terrapins fish oysters clams Early vegetable were at hand everything that a Odd satisfy appetite oven of the most luxurious was to be had Bitt a with Little trouble. Numerous servants were around ready to obey the slightest whim of their master. A Large vegetable Garden was attached to Tho mansion. It was under the special care of a servant who devoted his entire attention to it. When the master left he took a Mayall the Young and Able bodied slaves and left the Plantation in charge of fourfold slaves. They took such Good Caro in his absence a that they did not even take a vegetable out of the Garden. A plenty of Corn and chickens were left behind for the slaves. The mansion itself was a very Fine building with All the apply Anees of the most modern House in the North. Afine Library costing from three to five thousand dollars had been removed to an outbuilding the floors of which were torn up and the books thrown underneath on the dirt. Col. Noble Possession of the. Plantation and intends having the books sent to Hilton head he already Bas set a Large party of negroes to it work cleaning the when or. Seabrook left be carried away most of his valuables but what was left the negroes from the neighbouring plantations destroyed in the most Wanton manner. James t. Young Gas fitter Alnut meet to Ely so lice Lebanon a. Mrri>j8,1861,w a sad Story. Elopement of a Bozen Nantucket wives. A on saturday evening last our Usu ally quiet Pom Mummy got somewhat excited to near that at least a dozen of our Good citizens who for years had enjoyed the Bliss of Matrimony found themselves deserted by those what gtd a sickness and in health Ana be to them obedient and affectionate wives. Many a forlorn husband sat choking and silent at the supper table. Some had to Swallow their grief and undress the Little ones who were sobbing at the absence of their natural guardian. Lots of backs up used to bending had to be bowed Over the Wash Tab and the bathing tubs to prepare Oung America Foi saturday night bed. Borne fumed some grumbled and some sat and silently Dang led their watch keys and Chain and some went stalking about by Moon Light to find if possible their absconded half and lend her by the ear Home to duty and dish washing but it was All no go. Saturday night rolled Awn and sunday and Mon. Day were still wireless and husbands still Moody and astonished. After a while it leaked out that Tho ladies were on a a a tooth by them senses and making Good a threat they iad a Teui pronounced. Tel their better halves to prove to them that women could keep a secret and had skill enough to hide and have a Good time where their wonderful Wise acres of husbands could not find them. They succeeded. Although every Nook and Corner of the town was searched wherever a dozen pretty Young wives themselves yet it availed nothing. They hid themselves and fed themselves and enjoyed themselves while their anxious husbands were passing and re passing often within a few feet of them and none the Wiser in regard to their Vicinity. We Are informed that they made the Candy and worked it and ate in peace and whether arty portion of the a sweetness Long drawn out was reserved to appease the Wrath and disappointment of their tue and turbulent husbands be Are not posted. The sequel however is yet to come. These Gay and Good Humoured ladies Are to have a Turkey supper As a penalty from their obtuse husbands who when poking around with lanterns and poorly trained terriers to look out or smell out the hiding place of a lot of women who would keep a secret. They have got them now safely at Home Anco have promised the dear creatures if they will not serve them so again they will no More a go to the Lodge when itis not Lodge nor go Down town to a meet a Many whose name they cannot Tell nor have a writing to do a when they should a to with their wives and Little ones Nantucket enquirer. Land and sea forces of the great Powers. Tho following according to the Almanack do Gotha was the state of the disposable land and sea forces of the great Powers of Europe in 1861 a on War footing 767,770 men 180,000 horses peace footing 414,868 men 72,850 Navy 600 vessels afloat building and under transformation carrying together 13,853 guns. Out of that number there Are 373 steamers of which 56 Are Iron cased. The Crews of the Fleet who on a peace footing amount to 38,375 men in ease of War to increased to 60,000. The seam for form ing part of the maritime inscription Are 170,000�?Tin number. The effective strength of the marines is 22,400 men in peace and 26,879 in c r Lorn Bouse officers of coastguard �5 501 men. Great 212,773 men 21,904 horses. Navy 893 vessel carrying 16,411guns. The Crews number 78,200 men of whom 18,000 Are marines and. 3,550 coastguard men. Russia in army 557,859 men regular troops and 136 regiments of cavalry 31 battalions and 31 batteries of irregulars. Navy 313 vessels of which 242 Are steamers carry together 3,851 guns. The russian government has also 474 vessels acting As guard ships at different places and for transports. ,. 587,695 Navy 58 steamers and 79 sailing vessels carrying together 895 guns. peace foot 212,649 men War footing 622,3.66 men. Navy 34 vessels of which 26 Are steamers. A effective strength of the army on the 10th june 1861, 317,290 men divided into 68 regiments of infantry 26 battalions of Borsali Eric 17 regiments of cavalry nine of artillery two of engineers and three Wagon trains. Navy 106 vessels,,036guns, and 18,000 men. So Tel sol h Mort the following amusing anecdote is article in Blackwood a Magazine on a scottish National a a minister of Crail had been Long annoyed by the drowsy proper cities in Church of a Farmer one of his parishioners a one David Cowan in trons Trie a and demonstrating on the subject had his patience conciliated by two Oart loads of Coal which the offender engaged to drive a to the manse door. Nevertheless a a few sundays afterwards or. Cowan soon after the commencement of the Sermon fell into a sound sleep As formerly and not Only so but made so much noise As to disturb the sister near him and the minister. Or. Glass bore with it for a while but at last being Able to stand it no longer desired the people in the North loft aug lice gallery to a awaken David David Awakening suddenly and forgetting where be was asked the nun it of did no to drive two carloads of Coal to the manse last week to let him sleep ,�?T�?T re pied the minister a but i did not Hgbee to let of snore a _ a Law Case a recently tried in Paris has brought. To Light a bit of very frenchy Romance. A married Man the Fether Ofa family and a Rich widow fell desperately in love and As they could not be married decided that the next Best thing was to commit suicide. Then they had another Bright idea. They would make a sort of eternal Man Jaget out of it and die a on the bridal bed of so Madame dressed herself in a Superb marriage Robe and Monsieur had his hair curled to perfection and wore enamelled boots and Broadcloth clothes they signed a document stating a we will at least be married in eternity since we cannot be on Earth and then closed the room a gated a Brazier of charcoal joined hands Over it inhaled the fumes and soon a became insensible. The lady soon died but the gentleman the burning charcoal which caused his domes to catch file the neights Rammelt the Odoi of the burning garments broke into the room and saved his life but not till he was severely burned. On stove Reg he was tried for the murder of Madame and on the trial these facts were elicited. Oct the san Francisco correspondent of the i new York times relates a queer Story of or. Eddy the Agor and miss Joey Gougenheim. The a of fitness. They desired to give certain parties in California the slip and m order to Avert suspicion miss Joey embarked on Board a dutch ship bound to Melbourne and or. Eddy with the baggage and funds of both secreted himself on Board the Clipper ship Carrier Dove bound for Cork the Captain of which was to put Eddy aboard the dutch ship outside the bar. Both ships sailed ebb tide but on getting outside they stood of different tacks and were separated some Miles. The Captain of the Carrier Dove old Sailor like thought More of a mile gained to Windward than All the actors and actresses he Ever saw and instead of putting or. Eddy on Board the dutch ship squared away with a cracking Breeze the actor 4t is thought must have Felt unhappy but a to Cork and a Market Quot he went Willy Nilly. On Board the dutch ship a similar scene was enacted. When miss Joey saw the state of affairs and the truth flashed upon her that her wardrobe her Money and her manager were heading for Cork and she for Australia she raved and stormed and Tore her Beail till hair screamed and cried and offered unheard of sums to be put on Board the Carrier Dove but the Captain smoked his Short dutch pipe very comply cd Niy and when the Pilot left the deck miss Joey had gone off in a tragic faint in the Cooke a arms upsetting his Teapot and playing the Deuce with the captains breakfast and was soon probably a Hundred Miles on her voyage minus Mon key minus wardrobe and minus agent. A Man prosecuted for feeding his visitors Pittsburg dispatch says a a hearing will take place before Alderman Scott on next tuesday of a singular charge preferred by j. E. Henrichs keeper of a Beer Hall on Federal Street against Conrad Eberhart a Brewer at the foot of Troy Hill. It appears that some dispute has Arisen Between Eberhart and Kauffman a rival Brewer growing out of the Competition in business but about ten Days ago an invitation was tendered by Eberhart to Kauffman Hen Richs and several others to partake of a supper. The invitation was accepted the parties supposing that Eberhart intended to drop the feud and quite a number assembled at the banquet. Among other rare viands on the table was one represented As a roast Rabbit which Eberhart was particularly urgent that his guests should partake of liberally and his wishes in this respect Are said to have Besen fully complied with. The affair of the supper was regarded ,offering of an Olive Branch on the part of Eberhart and hence All parties were particularly desirous of making the most of the occasion. Conceive their indignation and disgust when they Learned in the course of four or five Days that what they had eaten of in full Faith As Rabbit was in reality a roasted cat information was at once made before Alderman Scott the charge being Laid under an act of 1834, which inflicts penalty of five dollars. It is said that the indiscreet admissions of the accused will enable the prosecution to furnish evidence to sustain the charge and there will be to Lack of Energy in the prosecution. Battle of a cd Iii dec. Official. of army of South Iwest \. Fea Ridge Arkansas March 9 the. J general a in thursday the 15th inst., the enemy commenced the attack on my right assailing and following the rear guard of detachments under general Siegel to my main lines on. Sugar Creek hollows but ceased firing when he met my Airt Force ends Abott four of clock p. During the might i became convinced that he Baa moved on so As to attack my right or rear. Therefore Early on the 9th 1 ordered a change of front on my right which thus becoming nay left still rested on sugar Creek hollow this a for get my line across pea Ridge with my new right resting on the head of Gross Timber hollow which is the head of big sugar Creek. I also Advance of cavalry and Light artillery under i. Date Hera with orders to attack arid break whatever he supposed would he the reinforced line of the enemy. This movement was in Progress when the enemy at 11 a. »., commenced the attack on my right., the fight continued warmly at these Points during the ,.the enemy having gained the Point hold in command by Gol. Car a at Cross Timber hollow but was entirely repulsed with the fall of the rebel commander Mccullouh in the Centre by the forces under col. Jeff. O. Dave of Missouri. The plan of attack on the Centre was gallantly carried Forward by col. Oster bans who was immediately sustained and superseded Iby col. Davis entire division supported also by Geri. Sigel a command which had remained till near the close of the on the left. Cal. Caryl a division held the right under a galling five All a a a Quot in the evening the firing having end tirely ceased in the Centre and Theta ight a being now of the left. Dow. A enforce of the e right by a portion of 2d division Cha Der gen Asboth. Before the closed i was convinced that Tho enemy had concentrated his main Force on the right therefore i commenced another change of front Forward so As to face of the enemy where he had deployed on my right flank in Strong position. The change had been partially effected fully in Progress when at Sunrise on the 8th, my right and Centre renewed the firing which was immediately answered by the enemy with renewed Energy along the whole extent of his line. My left under gen. Higel. Moved close 1o the Hills occupied by the Memy driving him from the Heights and advancing steadily towards the hollows. The right Wing turning the left of the enemy and Cross firing in Bis Centre. This final position placed the enemy in the arc of a Circle. A charge of infantry extending throughout the whole line completely routed the entire rebel Force which retired in Complete confusing Bat Raiber safely through the deep impassable defiles of Cross timbers. Oar loss is heavy and that of the ene Niv cannot be ascertained for the dead Are scattered Over a Large Field. Their wounded too Ali rim perish. The ton a scattered in All direct ions but i think his main Force has returned to Boston mountains. Gen Sigil follows the enemy to kits vice while my cavalry is pursuing him toward the mountains scouring the country bringing in prisoners and trying to find the rebel. Maj. Gen. Yan Dora who had command of the entire Force of the enemy at the battled of pea Ridge. 1 have not As yet statements of tue dead and wounded so As to justify a report but will refer you to a despatch which i will Forward very soon. The officers and soldiers under my command Haye displayed such unusual Gal pantry that i hardly dare to make a distinction i must however name the commanders of the divisions general sign a who gallantly led the right and Back the left Wing of the enemy and gen. Asboth who was wounded in the Arm in his Gallant Effort to reinforce colonel and acting Brig gen. Davis who commanded the Centre when Seoul Inch fell on these tenth and passed Forward the Centre on the eighth colonel and acting Brig. Gen. Carr who Í3 also wounded in the Arm and was under the continuous fire of the end my daring the two hardest Days of the struggle. Illinois Indiana Iowa Ohio and Missouri May proudly share the Honor of the Victory which their Gallant heroes won Over the combined forces of Van Dorn Price and Mccullouh at pea Ridge in the mountains of Arkansas. I have the Honor to be general your servant signed Saidel r. Cdr tvs brigadier general. _ it it in a. Nimrod was the first founder Ofa kingdom 2245 b. O. Mizraim built cities in Egypt and was the first who assumed1 the title offing in that division of the Earth. Saul was the first King of Israel 1095 b. C. Most of the grecian states were governed by Kings and Kings first ruled in Rome. Sot other when a lot of rebel prisoners were marching to Camp Chase Ohio governor Tod p rhed to the front crowd to get a better look and tried to get past one of the sergeants on guard. The sergeant advised Davie to stand Back when the latter remarked a a a am governor too a the sergeant Salta Ted the governor but a governor you must step Back in the line. A Horry ble. learn from the Erie observer that a company of germans have some time been Boring for Oil upon the Bank of Mil Creek a Short distance South of the Lake Shore rail Road Bridge. On the 26th nit. They struck a vein of Gas which a threw the water some Twenty feet in the air and stopped farther operations at the Well for Tho .�? about half past nine of clock in Tho evening , one of the proprietors of the Weli accompanied by eight other men visited it to see How it was getting along with them a lighted lantern. A whet they were within a few feet of the Derrick the Gas proceeding from the Well took fire from the lantern and in Lehs time than it ukes to write this., entire Structure was in one mass of flames one of the men Lias since died from the injuries received and another it is feared cannot recover. E. A. For the asst Hiscar. A striking incident by col. Henry Shubert. The atmosphere that surrounds us sympathies with Tho state of or. Minds. It is a dreary in the beginning of Winter. of old ago confine Ine to my melancholy Rozoll actions Rise up before me. But kind Providence Bas ordered it wisely so to Render our liappx7 recollections More Bright. I will indulge in it for melancholy also charms and communicate to Yogi an event which now comes so vividly bait to my be collection. It is adapted to the momentary state of1 my mind. It was the consequence of terrible War which requires terrible Laws to maintain its Sway May this country never indulge in vain wars for Conquest but when standing in defence of their Home and fireside May a Zeal and enthusiasm animate them which will require no severe Laws that has under the name of military discipline often usurped the Liberty of our race and compelled men to do More than their duty. Before beginning my narrative i have to enter into some preliminary explanations. Though the French army was not. Governed by Bervilee corporeal punishment officers and soldiers stood under equal Laws. Yet the military penal code Boro that severity. Framed by those terrible men who brought about that a a horrid revolution followed by so. Magny acts of blood. Napoleon when beg a Mai see a family taper for town a i is fainted and published weekly by we. Keslin 24 Story of Funck s now building Cumberland st at one Dallar and fifty cents a year. >4&ady�snr8if�ktft6 ia4qfto<iat the eau Ftp rates. The friends of the oct Ash Quot or it inti acid. The Public goner ally arc respectfully solicit thu m a amp and in. Their orders. A fast Liand Bills printed i an your Fly notice. Ratus of i Ostak. To Lebanon county postage free. In out of i Lebanon county 3 cents per Quarter or 13 cents a year. \ out of this state 6 Quarter or 26 Chi. A top if the first Igic is not paid in Advance rates Are doubled. Stepped into Power left those Laws Tuii altered. Q at the beginning of a Campaign a permanent Specia Heburt martial was formed in each h army corps from whose decisions there was no Appeal Aud the accused unless not found guilty id discharged by a Pardon of the general in a def was not Brough Tnp before the court again to receive his sentence but Only it when led off for execution. The sentences were executed within Twenty four How a he though some Laws of the. is were not , and often 06-tirely disregarded. For example the Law against marauding was during a whole Campaign overlooked. The whole army subsisted by marauding. Yet when circumstances required ii the Strong Arm of the Law noted without artillery to which i belonged attached to each division of the army at the beginning of a Campaign a received. A company of infantry As auxiliaries to stand guard amp a. The can Poniers having to take care of the cannons to keep them in proper or Der. 1 had formed an intimacy and Friendship with the Lieut giant of that company. Whoever has tasted Friendship in military life knows it is based on True feeling a disinterested and Mutual esteem and generous assistance. Not that hypocritical seb fishnets and self interest that passes for Friendship in civil life. A a after the Victory a Yei a ans at Ulm it in a Otobe rive a of the Mirin body of the French army under Napoleon marched towards our army corps the 0th, commanded by marshal Ney marched to th9.conquest of the Tyrol. forced the Mountain pass at Sbar Witz we entered the Tyrol driving a corps of austrian and Tyro Ieon insurgent Sharp shooters before a amps. , on the 16th of novem her at 4 e. M., before i spruck the o capital of Tyrol. After having established our bivouac a Short distance from the City a pow Der Magazine was discovered. My Friend the lieu. Tenant was ordered with a sergeant and 16 men to guard it Over night. Some time after Midnight tremendous explosion. We saw that the powder Magazine had blown up. Some of our men were despatched toward it but before they returned the lieutenant came into Tho bivouac and gave the following acco Tifft a arriving at the powder Magazine after having placed his sentinels the sergeant with a kind intention persuaded him to take lodgings for t in digit in a neighbouring Viliy a to enjoy a warm bed a luxury we bad not had for two months saying there was no a n Ger that Early i n the morning he might go and make and that he the sergeant would make several patrols around the Magazine the lieutenant could not resist the temptation of a warm bed and ift his Post. It appears that night a which was very dark some of the insurgent tyrolean lurking a bout must have found a Means to in trod be Sre into the. Powder a mag a Zine. The sergeant no doubt having neglected to Send out his by the explosion the sergeant Oaid Oliree Mon were killed and several wounded. He the Leo tenant came into the bivouac to deliver him Seft do our Captain grasped his hands exclaiming with much agitation a Young Man you Are lost a he was handed Over to the Gens do armes and conducted into town to prison. I was officer., of the to hand in the rep Ort at h Ead Quail ters. Nearly All Tho reporting officers were assembled in Tbs a Ante room. An Aid de Camp cruise but of the inner Spotti and called for the officer of tie of the artillery of to �3d division. 1 stepped in the marshal , appearing agitated. He had Kly shy bean informed what had Bapper Ihde and no doubt Felt the consequence the loss of the powder his army corps being Cut off font Tho grand army in the mountains of Tyrol surrounded by an in sorgent populace his position a was critical the powder would have Peen of Dpi portent of Ovioe to us. The to major chief of the staff snatched the report rudely from my hand and read it aloud. Afterwards the marshal turned toward to cd and said in Hje Strbo in German French accent a thava to men of the guard who Are a Lento go brought before the officier razor tour judge advocate. At. 12 of Clooj to draw up his indictment. At-2 by a door a the prisoner is to be or ought Defoia. The then he waved. His hand for me to a it raw. I reported to my Captain who directed me to take of a a a Dio give All the assist hts a Pps Sibly to Tiftz unlucky Friend. At s a a so Poe x to companies him to the court a if jts in

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