Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
26 Mar 1862

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26 Mar 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 26, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaJab j tinting a it a a ass to else s�38crqaa, is 3� n to rms u promptly new Tea at the once Lebanon Penn a tins in now sapplio4 with an extensive a orment of Job Type which Wii be increased As the patronage Demande. It can now turn out pro Stino of a very description in a neat and expeditious manner and on very rest Pable terms. Such As pamphlets checks business cards handbills of Rousara labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of pare invitations tickets so., amp a. 4sei Tiu of All kinds common and to u a gent Bonus. School justices constables and other Blanks printed correctly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for sole at this office at prices a to suit the times.�?T�?T. V subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and a half a year. Address we. M. , Lebanon a. Steam Mill and cottage dwelling House Fob rent. Ruhie subscribers offer for rent i Piertzl Bra a steam planing Mill and saw Mill located Nearl , on the Baton canal and1 about i mile from the Railroad.�?. This util hit two pair of burrs for flour and 1 pair for chop. Also cottage dwelling House a a tin Myerstown on the Road loading from Myers town to the Mill. A Wilt be Given immediately or on the 1st of april next. John a. Dong Sthomas Bassler a assignees of Levi Hertzler. Myerstown february 19,1862. Vor rent. offers to rent a ii Larga the i Al flt by Brick building in str�8t, Lebanon Between the Black Torso and Washington hotels. A said building waa lately in Possession of or. it has a one store room basement Large Back building outbuildings. Garden 4o, it will be routed in whole or t to said applicants. Apply to a c. Keisner on the premises or Gotha undersigned above Annville. Possession will be Given on april 1, 1861. Jihu try 8,1862.__wm, Ault. A m store House air rent. A plies stand contains a Large store room and eleven Al other rooms for family dwelling and store it is Elena Ted in Heilman s Dale Lebanon county four Quot Quot Quot. And a half Melee West Fram Lebanon on the Union canal. Store has been kept in Thea bore House for the last three years. This stand is situated in a thickly settled part of Lebanon Tyand to calculated to do a Largo country and boat business Baring a Fine wharf and Landing for boats to Lay and Largo and convenient stabling for boat horses. This stand to Well worthy the attention of such wishing to engage in stars Grain and Coal in Osnoss. Terms very moderate. Octola or 30, �?T�1. John Heilman it Sale. Rilke subscriber offers at private Sale ail that certain r 1 farm or tract of land situate partly in Pinegrove township Schuylkill county and partly in Bethel township Lebanon county bounded by Ian Sof kick us Ort and Guilford Benjamin Aycrigg Daniel bit double Rind others containing one Hundred and Gaj a a i forty eight Aeres and a Quarter with the Apptt a he a tenancies consisting of a two Story log dwelling House weather boarded a 1% Story log dwelling House a new Bank barn other out pull dings and a now water Power jaw Mill. For Tenus 0., which will be Essy apply too w. Matchin agent. Plan Grove april 20, . Olla it lists at private Sale will to old at private Sale 8 acres of land hunted in Bong line near the Borough line in Cornwall township. It adjoins a he land or widow of Altna a on the North we. Atkins and John Krause on tree Nat. Thero is a one Story log House weather boarded a erected on the Laud find a Good Well in the i the land has Fine stones for quarries. This tract will make a Nice Home for a Small family. My it is a Reo from ground Bent. Good title will be git ont Adam a Utcher. Nike this tract is now covered with Fine grass half of which will be Given to the purchaser. A Lebanon Dune 13, i860. A for rent Storb room no. 2, a Eagle building a now occupied by r elem la a lire., As a clothing store. For terms apply to mrs. Sarah Lineaweaver or mrs. Elizabeth o. Weidman. A Lebanon. Jan. 15,1861._ Assignee notice. Quot Tot Ign to hereby Given that William gets and Ivry his wife of South aunt file township Lebanon Donn to pa., have assigned their pro Pony and of foots to the undersigned of the snid township and county for the Benefit of creditors. Ali persons having claims Aga Tiht said parties As Well of those indebted Are requested to make settlement. M 8. Annville feb. 19 62. John Frantz. Grajs t ,/ in Cumberland Street in to office of his father gen. John Weidman. Lebanon August 28, 1801, Cyril a Quot. A Tuller in Walnut Street a re Ray opposite the Buck hotel and two doors South worn Karen nyx a hardware store. Lebanon March 23,1861,-ly.___�?�__ aft in Nln to Aloi n notice. Notice in hereby Given that letters of adm Nistra lion on the Beitf tto of major Kre Drivick Embich Tato of the Borough of Lebanon Lebanon county. ., de ceased have been granted to the undersigned residing in the same place. Ali persons indebted to Bald estate will make immediate payment and those having claims will present them to a h. 33b0u Atlman r. Lebanon february 12, 1862._ clocks. Thirty Day fight Day thirty hour clocks just received at j. Blair a jewelry store Lebanon a. Lebanon vol. 18�?no. 40. Lebanon pa., wednesday March 26, 1862. A whole no. 666. Tug new bakery rhe undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens of Lebanon that he has commenced the bake tag business in All its varieties at Bis stand on Cumberland Street Lebanon nearly opposite the Buck Jot cd and will Supply customers with the Best bread. Cakes ac., a. Flour received from customers and returned to them in bread at Short notice. Confection eries of All kinds fresh and of the Best Quality constantly on hand and furnished at the lowest prices. The Public is invited to give me a trial. Leb non nov. 9,18s9. F. H. Be tar. Blanket shawls cloth Woolen clothing of All Colora dyed let Black or Blue Black pressed the color warranted and goods turned out equal to new by Lyon Lemberger East Hoover 43$ articles to be dyed can be left at Jos. Jjo Ember ger1a drug store where All orders for the above will be attended to feb.8,1800. The new York weekly journal of Commerce a conservative family and business paper. The cheapest and be of weekly in America contains nows from All the Worril the Best reports of the product Grain an cattle Trade dry goods and Money markets. The foe to dior Manfee North or souths Faa supporter of the Union the Constitution and the Laws terms for one year \ Twenty copies or upwards to one address �1 each.�?. Thirteen copies to one address $16. Eight copies $10. Four copies $6. Three copies $5. Under three copies $2, each. An extra copy to any one sending a club of Twenty with the Money. The Baily journal of Commerce Junior issued for the country $8 a year. Specimen copies sent Gratis. Prime Stone kale and Hallock 91 Wall Street. New York january 22, �?T62, non barrels of the a Lodi Manu Luu juju fa0tur1ng Poudrette for Sale by Lodi manufacturing com Pany-186 South wharves Philadelphia a. This company with a capital of $150,000, to e most extensive works of the kind in the world and an experience of 22 years in manufacturing with a reputation Long established having also the exclusive control of All the night soil from the great City of new York Are prepared to furnish an article which is without doubt the cheapest and very Best fertilizer in Market. Price for 7 barrel it and Over a .60 per barrel or Only $18 per ton it greatly increases the yield and a lepus the crop from two to three weeks earlier atan exp esp of from $3 to $4 per Sere and with very Little labor. A pamphlet containing All the information necessary with letters from Horace Greeley Daniel Webster and hundreds of Farmers who have used it extensively for Many yearn May be bad ree by addressing a letter As above Ora James t. Foster 66 Courtlandt st new York. Care of the Lodi manufacturing co. February 12,1862.-3m. M manhood How lost. How restored just ii blushed in a sealed envelope. Price six cents. A Lac tire on the nature treatment and Radical cure of of Semina weakness involuntary emissions sexual debility and impediments to marriage generally. Nervousness consumption epilepsy and fits mental and physical incapacity resulting from self abuse �?by Robt. J. Culk Bwll m. P., author of the Green Book a. The world renowned author in this admirable lecture dearly Prev a from his own experience that the awful consequences of self abuse May be effectually removed without Medicina and without dangerous sur. Tical operate inc bogies instruments rings or eoral Dos pointing out a Mode of cure at once certain and effectual by which every sufferer no matter what Liis condition May by. May cure himself cheaply privately and radically. This lecture will prove a Boon to thou hands and thousands. Seut under Seal in a Plain enveloped to any Aldress on the receipt of six cuts or two postage Stamps by addressing. Or. Chas j. C. Kline i2� bowery. New York Post office Box 4586. February 12,1882. George 11 of m Aii a Lebanon county transportation line. By Lebanon Valley Railroad. Particular attention will be paid to goods shipped by the Lebanon Valley Railroad. Goods will be sent daily to and from Philadelphia to Lebanon 3iyers-town and Annville stations and All other Points in the county. Freights contracted for at the least possible rates Atri delivered with dispatch. The proprietor will particular attention to,.and attend personally to the receiving and delivery of All freight. For information apply Ati Lda office at the Lebanon Talley Railroad Depoti Lebanon. Edward Mark his agent in Philadelphia will a ways be found at w. S. Bush s merchant s hotel Yorth third st. Philadelphia. July 11, �?T60 Geo. Hoffman. A James h. Kelley sign of the Mammoth watch Eagle bund in Cumberland Street Lebanon a. Triebs to the Pablo an elegant and ment of Paris styles of Pine jewelry con toting of Diamond Ruby a my Rald pm Erl Stone Cameo enamelled work and etruscan Coral breast Pina bar rigid and pinger Binga. Gold chains of every style and Quality. It English French Swiss and Ameri Ean Gold and surer watches of the net approved and celebrated makers. Clocks of every description. A Large variety of fancy Goode paintings cases to. The Stock will be found among the largest in this see Tion of Pennsylvania and has been selected with great care from the meet celebrated importing and Manuec Turing establishments in new York and Philadelphia. Rsm Hund done at the shortest notice and a a most Workmanlike manner my friends us the Public generally Are invited to an examination of my Superb a Tock a Keily Siga of the big watch Lebanon july 3,1861 new Cash store new Roods and new prices. Swartz hereby int Brm the Public that hex has lust opened a Stock of new goods of the a Ali stand of Swartz a bro., Ball building which will be sold for eth at prices to suit the time. All an invited to Call and examine Lebanon april 10, 81. Hardware at Cost. A the subscriber oif tra to Large and Well selected .1 Stock of a hardware. Paints oils a. A est Cost for a jesu.49 parties who have settled their accounts to april a 1,1891, will be allowed a Liberal credit on those who have not settled will find their accounts with at a Ely esq., for immolate settlement and Collee Tiou. D. M. Karmany. A Lebanon july it 1861.__ Hiram w. Rank formerly of Jonestown. Lab anon county inform Bis friends and the pub lie that he has con Eoto himself with or. Lowava in the tobacco snuff a segatto business no. 188 North third Street Phila where he will be glad to receive customer and will a Ell at rates that will prove satisfactory. Philadelphia july 17,1891. Tie new styles. 1861 a dam Rise to Cumberland Street Between up. A Market and the court House North Side has in Wynn hand splendid assortment of the new stale of hats and Caps for men and boys for 1858, to which theft Tenton of the Public to respectfully Invin Ted Hato of a prices from the cheapest to the most . Hera also just opened a spleen Straw Panama pedal Pearl Horn leg in do Otner Arr. Nubia be Aud All others. A win also wholesale All kinds of hats Caps aet to country merchant Advant Ageous terms. Lebanon july it 186x. Kol locks dandelion Coffee. F polls preparation made from the Host Java Coffee is a. Recommended by physicians As a Superior nutritious beverage for general debility dyspepsia and All 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. Kollock s i Acuin the purest and Best baking powder known for making Light Sweet and nutritious bread and Price 26 cents. Manufactured by m. Me Kollock chemist. Corner of Broad and Chestnut streets Philadelphia and sold by All druggists and grocers. February 26,1882,-ly._ marr1aue. Its loves and Bates sorrows and angers Hopes and fears regrets and Joys manhood Bow lost How restored the nature treatment and Radical cure of or seminal weakness involuntary emissions sexual debility and impediments to marriage generally nervousness consumption fits mental and physical incapacity resulting from self abuse Are fully explained in the marriage guide by we. Young m. D. This most extraordinary Book should be in the hands of every Young person contemplating marriage and every Man or woman who desires to 1 Imil the number of their offspring to their circumstances. Every pain Dierse and ache incidental to youth maturity and old age is fully explained every particle of knowledge that should to known is Here Given it is full of engravings. A fact it discloses secrets the it every one should know still u is a Book that must be locked up and not he about the House. It will be Bent to any one on the receipt of Twenty five cents in specie or Pust amp go Stamps. Address or. We. Young no 416 Spruce Street above fourth Philadelphia. Mss afflicted and unfortunate no matter what May be your disease before you place yourself under the care of any of the notorious Quanta a native or foreign who in this or any other paper get a copy of or. Young s Book and read it carefully it will be the Means or Many a health and possibly your life. Or. Young can be consulted on any of the diseases described in his publication at hid office no. 418 Spruce Street above fourth Philadelphia. Office hours from 9 to 3, daily. Philadelphia 26� lo82.-ly. A common Story. By tes author of John Baz fax. So the truths out. Til grasp it like a Snake it will not slay me. My heart shall not break awhile if Only for the children a Sake. For his too somewhat let him stand a blamed none say he gave me Lees than Honor claimed except one trifle scarcely Worth being named. The heart. That a gone. The corrupt deed might be As easily raised up breathing fair to see As be could bring Bis whole heart Bock to me. I never in , or courted him As Siuy Maidens court and wonder when the longed for prize Falls Short. I Only loved him any woman would but shut my love up till he came and sued it Over is dry use boo a. Flood. I was so Happy l could make a Ftp Blest i so Happy that was Jofs first and Best a As he mine when he took me to his breast. A me i if Only then he had been True \ if for one Lutle year a month or two he had Given me love for love As was Rayano 1or had a told me vre the deed was done he Only raised me to his hearts dear throne poor substitute i because the Queen was gone j or had he whispered when his sweetest kiss was warm upon my Mouth in fancied julias he had kissed another woman like to this. It were less bitter sometimes x could weep to be cheated like a child asleep were not the anguish far too dry and deep. So i built my. Bouse upon another s ground mocked to Ith a heart just caught at the rebound a cantered thing that looked so Arm and sound. And when that heart grew colder colder still i ignorant tried All duties to fulfil blaming my foolish pain exacting will. All anything but him. It was to be the fall draught others drink up carelessly was made this bitter tantalus Cap for the. I say again he gives me a i claimed 1 and my children never shall be shamed he is a just Man he Wilt live a blamed. Only o god 0 goil to cry for bread and get a Stone daily to Lay my head upon a bosom where the old loves dead dead fool it never lived. It Only stirred galvanic like an hour old Corpse. None heard so let me Bury it without a word. Hell keep that other woman from my sight. I know not if her face be foul or Bright i Only know that it was his Delight As his was mine i Only know be stands a Bale at the touch of their Long severed hands then to a flickering Smilo his lips commands. Be 11 should Grieve or jealous anger show. He need not. When the ships gone Down i Trow Little Isek whatever wind May blow. And so Ray so Lent in Rotati begins and ends no Woride so fax go or worlds Tarot no pity of friends or sneer of foes with this my torment blends. None knows none needs. I have a Little Pride enough to stand up wife like by Hie Side with the same smile As when i was a Bride. . Of yes of yes ? b und is lined re a a Peet Fally informed the Public Fiat be will attend to auction ering amp will cry sales at abort notice end on Roa Bod Able terms. He Eon be found i Rathle residence la North a a. Lebanon to Roab. Joseph broker. V. Lebanon Borough Jan. Is >82.-3m Farmers and others take notice. The undersigned Baring purchased the entire establishment of a. Major amp brother will menu Farturo and keep on hand a very general As sort my it of machinery and farming implements embracing improved four horse Powers and threshers railway Milors pers and threshers morgans Independent steel wire tooth horse Rake Patent fodder Straw and Hay Cotter cast Iron Field rollers. Grain fans. Hay Elera Tore Clover hollers Corn shellers by hinder Power Corn ploughs and planters Cau Vitori ac., a with a variety of the Best ploughs in use As. A a of the above Maui knee Ore of the latest end Best improvements and Areall warranted to give satisfaction. A turf Mem if a kinds mind to order. And at Shori Otsel to res stea5i engines Mill gearing shafting an Mill work m general and pays particular attention to repairing engines and machinery of All kinds. A a he invites All to fall and examine the work at the machine shop on Pise Oeub smear Lebanon. 4� a1i orders or communications by mail will be promptly attended to. 0. M. Karmany. Lebanon Lebanon co., a. Lebanon Angust 8,1800. Quot of have appointed a. Major a brother is my agent for to purpose of above Busl Neto. D. M. Karmany. Lebanon angst 8, i860. W James t. Young g a3 fitter Alnut Street next door to a. S. Bly a 0 flee Lebanon a. A Larch 18 1881. Battle of the pyramids on the 17th of May 1798, Napoleon sailed from Toulon on the egyptian expedition. His armament consisted of 102 vessels of War with 46,000 combatants. With dispatch never before equalled this Gigantic expedition was got up. Napoleon worked night and Day infusing his Energy into every department and superintending the minutest details. A now sir a said he to one of his agents a use dispatch. Remember that the world was created in but six Days. Ask me for whatever you please except time that is the Only thing which is beyond my to the destination of the Fleet was kept a profound secret even from the leading officers of the steam was then unknown. A Voy ago of Twenty Bevin Days conveyed them to Malta. This fortress deemed impregnable was promptly seized and 3,000 men being left to Garrison it the Fleet pressed on its Way. On the evening of the first of july after a passage of forty one Days from France and having traversed a distance of 2,000 Miles the Fleeten tired the Bay of Aboukier within sight of the Niina rats of Alexandria. The Landing of the troops was commenced within an hours delay and was continued through the night. The horses were lowered into the sea and swam to theland. Following by instinct the few which led by halters conducted the column to the the morning Sun Rose Over the desert a proud array of cavalry infantry and artillery was marshalled upon the Beach prepared to resist any attack. That very morning while the disembarkation was continuing Napoleon placed himself at the head of three thousand men and marched upon Alexandria that he might seize the City before the turks had time to prepare for a defence. A every hour of Tito lost a said Napoleon a is a Chance of misfortune.�?�. T Napoleon commenced his in Arch upon the City actually before the morning had dawned it was found that he was As minutely informed the country As if he had lived there from childhood. The mameluke rushed bewildered to the ramparts. The French with their ladders already and of the right length swept Over the Walls like an inundation. The conflict was Short and with the loss of but thirty men the Flag oif the conqueror waved Over the City of Days Napoleon remained in the City to establish and consolidate his Power and to prepare for his Inland March. Instantly Artiz aos artists and engineers All were Busy and energies unknown before were infused into the sepulchral streets of the moslem City. The Barb i was improved the fortifications repaired Mills erected manufactories established schools founded and the Antiquity a explored. On the 6th of july leaving 3,000 men to Garrison Alexandria Napoleon set out to Cross the desert sixty Miles to the Nile. A flotilla Laden with artillery provisions ammunition and baggage sailed along Toje Shore to ascend the Nile and meet the army to accompany its March tip the River to Cairo. Four Days of great suffering were occupied in crossing the desert Arab horsemen hovered around cutting Down any who straggled from the ranks. Napoleon share the fatigue of the humblest Soldier toiling through the Sand on foot at the head of the column. He was the last to fold his cloak around him for the night and the first to Spring from the ground in the morning. As the army approached the Nile the mameluke horsemen increased in numbers and in the frequency and recklessness of their attacks. The morning of the 5th Day of their March had just dawned when the Long wished for Nile appeared winding throw a Valley of the richest verdure. The whole army 30,000 in number rushed to the River with shouts and in almost a delirium of Joy. But just then a body of a thousand mameluke horsemen on flee test chargers came sweeping Down rending the air with their yells. The Well drilled soldiers instantly formed in squares with the artillery at the angles. A Palisade of bristling bayonets was opposed to the breasts of the horses. A volcanic purse of Fin from Ai Tiller arid musketry prostrated steeds and riders by scores in the dust. The survivors wheeled their steeds and like the whirlwind As they had come disappeared. The March of the army was now like amp dream of Romance. Beneath sunny skies and through the Luxuriance and verdure of the Nile Valley they Sang and danced in the exuberance of Joy. Pigeons were abundant and the most delicious water melons were brought to the Camp in exhaust less supplies. But scarcely an hour was allowed for rest. Day after Day the army was pushed energetically on daily encountering the foe but never in sufficient Force to arrest their the delay of a few Days would have enable the enemy to concentrate so As to organize a Vejr formidable resistance. The mameluke horsemen composed the most formidable body of cavalry in the world. A. On their Fleet arabian chargers they came sweeping almost resist Lessly from behind the Hills and it Vas necessary to be prepared every moment for an attack. The disposition made of the troops for this purpose was novel and effective. The army was organized squares each Square composed of ranks six then deep. The artillery was placed at the angles. The centres of these squares were occupied by the officers the baggage and by troops in platoons read at any instant to support the Point of attack. When on the is a re a faced in one direction the two sides marching in flank. At any alarm they halted and fronted on every Side the outer ranks kneeling that those behind might shoot Over their Heads. The whole Square thus presented a diving fortress bristling with bayonets which no cavalry could penetrate. When necessary to make an assault the three front ranks detached themselves from the Square. The remaining three ranks still preserved the integrity of the Square into which the column could be received in Case of a repulse. On the morning of the 31st of after an almost uninterrupted March of fifteen Days the army came in sight of the Cairo. was Eastern Bank of the fiver while the narrow but wonderfully luxuriant Valley of the Nile was bordered on the West by the apparently illimitable desert fringed by those Gigantic pyramids which Quot for Ages have been the wonder of the world. The whole army instinctively , Sublime memorials of the past. A sol die in so said Napoleon a forty centuries from those summits contemplate your at the foot of these pyramids the whole Plain was filled with armed men glittering in All that Barbaric display of plumes and Gold and gleaming banners which has Ever Clarac Terizer the Orient. Here Murad Bey had assembled his great strength. Foi final resistance. Twenty four thousand men were placed behind the most formidable entrenchments amply supplied with heavy guns and All the munitions of War. Ten thousand horsemen magnificently mounted were ready to plunge upon the French with All the fury fatalism can inspire so Boon As the moslem artillery should make a Gap in the ranks. The spectacle to Purifie. Ten thousand horsemen on flee test steeds rending the skies with their yells came Down upon the squares causing the very Earth to tremble beneath the eur. Tread. War never presented a More furious charge. The soldiers holding their breath in Awe stood shoulder to shoulder presenting their bayonets to receive the Shock. The moment the mameluke arrived within gun shot Volley after Volley of musketry add artillery swept their ranks. Horses and riders rolled Over each other by hundreds on the band. The-dying1 and the dead were trampled mercilessly by the Rush of the impetuous squadrons. But the French squares stood firm As the pyramids at whose base they fought. The mameluke in the frenzy of their courage reined their horses Back that they might kick their Way into those terrible ranks belching fire and bristling steel. The wounded pierced by bayonets endeavoured by. Crawling up on the ground to Smith the legs of their foes with their scime tars. But nothing could resist the disciplined courage of the French. Volcanic sheets of flame were incessantly bursting from the squares every Bullet fulfilling its Mission and soon the Plain was covered with the dead the infantry in the entrenched Camp witnessing the discomfiture of the mounted mameluke who were sup posed to be invincible were seized with a panic and a scene of indescribable confusion ensued. The file French squares were instantly columns of attack., the rout was Complete. When the Sun went Down the tri Carlo red Flag was floating Over the moslem entrenchments and by death or dispersion the foe had utterly disappeared. The French lost but one Hundred killed and wounded while ten thousand of the enemy perished. Thrilling incident. A a done to you see this lock of hair a said an old Man to me. Yes but what it is i suppose a curl from the had of a dear child Long since a r it is not it is a lock of my allowing the troops one Day to own hair 4 Nap it is now nearly Sev rest and to preserve the boundless wealth which was found in the Oriental Camp the next Day Napoleon entered Cairo in Triumph and the cite with a population of 300.000 bowed peaceably to his Sway. Thus m eight weeks Napoleon sailed Over a sea 2,000 Niles in length captured Malta one of the most formidable for tresses upon the Globe took the City of in Lexa Dria containing 30.000 inhabitants by storm marched across the desert sixty Nile and Asce sided the Nile sixty Miles to Oai to fighting the turks nearly All the Way j assailed the turkish army outnumbering his own. Behind their in annihilated that army and took undisputed Possession of the Capitol of Egypt. Such vigor might Well astonish the world. Napoleon conquered Egypt in eight weeks with the loss of but about two Hundred men in killed and wounded. Hovy or. Beecher boots. Lost his the following is in Henry Ward Beecher a Best vein a a the difference Between 7 and 8 is not very great Only a single and yet that difference has Power Over a Man s whole temper up veni. Enee and dignity. Thus at Buffalo my boots were set outta night to be blacked. In the morning no boots were there though All the neighbouring rooms had been served. I rang i rang twice. A a pretty hotel nearly eight of clock going out at nine breakfast to be eaten and no boots the waiter came took. My somewhat emphatic order and every minute was an hour. It always is when you Are out of temper. A Man in his stocking feet in a third Story of a hotel finds himself restricted in locomotion. I went to the door looked up and Down the Hall saw drowsy chambermaid saw afar off the master of the Coal scuttle a saw gentlemen walking in Bright boots unconscious of the privileges they enjoyed but did not see any one coming with my boots. A German servant at length came round Aud Ruddy faced very kind and Good natured honest and stupid. He informed me that a gentleman had already taken boots no 78 my number a he would Hunt him up thought he was at breakfasting. Here was a new vexation. Who was the Man who had Taku my number and gone for my boots ? somebody had them on warm and Nice and was enjoying his Coffee while i walked up Aud Down with less and less patience who had none too much at first. No ser vant returned. I rang again and sent a most energetic and staccato messenger to the office some water had been spilled on the floor. I stepped in it of course. In Winter cold water feels As if it burned Yon. Unpacked my Valise for new time was speeding. It was Quarter past eight train at nine no boots and no breakfast. I slipped on a pair Sandel rubbers too Large by inches for my naked foot and while i shuffled along the Hall they played up and Down on my feet. First pne shot off that dropped on the stairs people that i met looked As if they thought that i was not Well Over last spree. It was very annoying. Reached j the office and exp Reed my mind. First the clerk rang the Bell three times furiously then ran Forth himself met the German boots who had boots 79 in his hand narrow and Long thinking perhaps i could Wear them. Who Knovs but 97 had my Boot ? some curiosity was beginning to to Felt among the bystanders. It was Likely that i should have half the. Hotel inquiring after my. Boots. I abhor a scene. Retreated to Myu Noorai. On the Way thought i would look at room 77�?Ts boots. Behold they were mine i there was the . Pul straps the Patch on the right Side and the very shape of Ray toe in fallible signs i the fellow had marked lhemj7 and not 78. And All this hours tumult arose from just the difference Between 7 and 8. I lost my boots lost the train lost my temper and of course lost my Good manners. Everybody does that loses temper. But boots on breakfast served a cup of Coffee brought peace and Good will. The whole matter took a ludicrous Asplet. I moralize upon that infirmity that puts a Many a peace at the mercy of a dutchman Schalk. Had he written seventy eight i had been a Good natured Man looking at Niagara Falls in its Winter dress. He wrote seventy seven and i fumed saw Only my own Falls and spent the Day in Buffalo 1 Are not most of the pets and rubs of life such As this ? few men could afford to Morrow to review the things that vexed them yesterday or we boast of being free yet every Man permits the most arrant trifles to Rule and ride him. that is vexed and angry worst part of himself into sight and. Exhibits himself in buffoons coat and fools Cap and walks Forth to be jeered 1�? and yet ones temper does worse by him Thep that. And men submit to it not once but often and sometime every Day i wonder wether these Sago reflections will and quiet the next time my boots Are misplaced ? Enty years since it was this a but Why do you prize a lock of your hair so much a a it a As a Story belonging to it. And a strange one i keep it thus with care because it peaks to no More of god and his special car than anything else 1 to a s i w a cd id of four years old with Long curly locks which in Suu or rain or wind hung Down my Cheeks uncovered. One Day my father went into to e Roods to Cut a log i went with i n i was standing a Little Way few Hind him or rather at his Side we to Ching with interest the Troke Sof the heavy axe As it went up Aud came Down upon the Wood sending off splinters with every stroke in All directions. Some of the splinters fell at my feet and i eagerly stooped to pick them up. Iti doing so i stumbled Forward and in a moment my curly head Ian upon the log. I had fallen just the moment when the axe was coming Down with All its Force. It was too late to Stop the blow. Down came the axe. I Sci named and my father fell to the ground in terror. He could not stay the stroke and in the blindness which the sudden horror caused Bethought he had killed his boy. We soon recovered i from my fright and he from his terror. He caught me in his Arm and looked at me from head to foot to Fin Douthe deadly wound which to was sure he had not a drop of blood nor a scar was to be. Seen. He Knelt upon the grass and gave thanks to a gracious having done so he took up his a be and found a few hairs upon its Edge. He turned to the log to had been splitting and there was a single curl from hair sharply Cut thro and Laid upon the Wood. How great the escape 1 it was As if an Angel had turned Side the Edge at the moment when it was descending on my Bead. With renewed thanks upon his lip he took up the curl and went Home with me in his arms. That lock he kept All Bis Days As a memorial of gods care and love. That lock he left to me on his death bed a facts. In a Church which is the hottest situation and Why the Gallary because the cold air lies nearer the floor till it has become heated when it ascends towards the roof of the building. Why Are the quills and hones of Birds hollow and without marrow a that they May not Only be Light to assist their passage through Tho sir but that they May be possessed of the greater strength. Ltd what solid bodies Are Anion the Best conductors of s9utid ? Iron and Glass these transmit sound at a rate of More than three Miles a second and after them come Coppe several kinds of Wood Silver tin and so on. Why does a Metal spoon left in a Saucepan retard the boiling process being an excellent conductor the Metal spoon carries off the heat from the water and consequently prevents it boiling As soon As it otherwise would. What is the temperature at which water scalds ? one Hundred and fifty degrees. There is no greater rudeness to company than entertaining them with scolding your servants. What is the general effect of heat upon substances ? it enlarges their dimension by expansion. What is the strength of a horse As compared with that of a Man ? the strength of. One horse is As the strength of five men. Whether does piano give a higher tone in a old or a warm room and Why ? in a cold room on account of the strings being tighter or More building a room for Public speak-in0 i at is Ould be the limit of the height of its ceiling ? it should not i be above thirty or thirty five feet. Gathering sponges at the Baha-1 Mas a the sponge business is largely pursued at the Bahama Tho exports of this Argielo amount annually to about �200,000. It is Al most entirely the growth of the last Twenty years. During that period the article has almost quadrupled in value and has been applied to a great variety of new purposes especially in France. The sponge is compressed in powerful presses and packed like Cotton. It is assorted and graded Sample being fastened on each package to show its Quality. It is fished raked or grappled from the Clear Sandy Bottom at the depth of Twenty forty and even sixty feet and often far from the Shore. The water is so transparent that the glowing sponge is visible on the Bottom. The sponge is the covering or the habitation of the lowest order of animal indeed organization can hardly be detected in the animal. The sponge Wien first taken from the water is Black and at onco becomes offensive to. The smell it almost causes the flesh it touches to Blister. The first process is to Bury in the Sand when the gelatinous matter seems to be absorbed and destroyed or eaten by the in facts that swarm in the Sand. The Boatmen who obtain it Are paid in shares by owners of the this ,.becomes a precarious and Semi gambling Pursuit like win a by ing highly attractive to the coloured population. So Bamont . A family paper Forto Waxe country is printed and published weekly by to is Breslin 2d Story of of track a new build Fig. It Saberi amp and st at one Dollar and fifty Coats it year. As4 a inserted at the usual Ratee. �?os9 the friends of the establishment and the Public Genet ally Are respectfully solicited to Send in their orders. Ssh handbills printed at an hours of postage. In Lebanon county postage free. I n Peen Sylvania out of Lebanon county 3si cent pm Quarter or 13 cents a year. of this state 6m cts. Per Quarter or 26 cts. A wet if to not paid , rates Are doubled. Assailing see it Sta Ted that president Dincin ?a to great indignation by the extraordinary and bitter assaults upon his wife which have appeared in Many of the Republican papers has expressed his regret that he could not throw off for a time the cares the responsibilities and the dignity of his. A ratio Dju and. Inflict summary chastisement upon some of mrs. Lincoln a unmanly Vil lifters. To respect and Honor the president for this burst of proper and natural feeling and do no doubt that he is strongly impelled to give Toprac tical effect. There seems to be a growing disposition to assail women and to connect them with political events that is mean As it is cowardly. A Man who cherishes it of not Only destitute of the principles of Courtesy and chivalry which ought to characterize his sex in their deportment toward the other but he is unworthy the name of Man. It is High time it was rebuked and put under the ban of an enlightened Public opinion. It is enough that we of the sterner sek should be brought into the Tirril Oil of polities and undergo the ordeal of defamation which seems to he i a concomitant without bridging in the women to share the same Fate. A. I. If Quot a he a Quot new moot of computing new Mode of computing interest at six per cent has been published which appears simple. Multiply any Given number of dollars by the Days of interest required separate the right hand figure and Divide by six the result is the True rate of interest for such sum for such number of Days at six per cent. The Rule is so simple and so True according to All business usages that every banker broker merchant and clerk should Post it up for reference and Thero being no such thing As a fraction in it there is scarcely any liability to error or mistake by no Arith metical process Ean so desired information be obtained with so few Are entitled to attorney general of the United states has decided that All disabled soldiers of the three years of War men Are entitled to invalid pensions under Tho of july 22, 1862 and that All disabled three months soldiers called into the service under the presidents proclamation of april 15, 1861, Are entitled to pensions adder the acts of 1802 and 1816. He also decides that there is no Law giving pensions to widows and orphans of deceased soldiers of the present War. An Iowa regiment has a Rule that any Rand who utters an oath shall read a chapter in the several have got nearly through the old testament. I Fia also stated of the chaplains of one of the regiments in service who has been assisting in the commissary department Quot in the capacity of Cook that he upon the occasion having furnished rather bad butter that the col. Command ing threatened him if he offended again in like Nfn inner that he would be compelled to preach a Sermon on the following sunday Good Many men Are in the Best health when they Are out of spirits. Burnside Viot Onous at Newborn North Carolina. Balti More March 18.�?the Steamer Commodore arrived Here this morning direct from it n. Burnside s expedition. She brings the announcement of the capture of new Era Norih Carolina and the defeat of the rebels there with the capture of a Lar Joe number of artillery after a hard fought Battle. V a our loss at Newbern was about 90 killed and 400 wounded. Oar men displayed great bravery. Quot Newbern is a town of about 4500 inhabitants situated at the confine Oce of the Neuse and Trent Rivers. It had before the War broke out a Large Trade in lumber turpentine tar naval stores amp a. Itis the county seat of Craven county. A a a a Railroad runs fro in new Berft a o. Golda Borough fifty nine Miles Distant intersect ing there the main Railroad Aaita big. Weldon and Wilmington n. C. Of it a gen. Burnside having moved i this direction is not in any danger of attack from the rebel army that has been concentrating at Suffolk v a. The capture of Newbern makes it Eer Haifa that the town of Beaufort n. G., Dan easily be taken together with fort Macon the Strong work constructed for its de Fence by the Federal government. There is a Railroad from Newbern to Moorehead City opposite Beaufort the distance Between the two places being thirty six Miles. ,. A. Anon Heb account , a correspondent of the inquirer Tele it graphs As follows i a the enemy a works six Toni a a below Newbern were attacked on Friday morning last. They were defended by a Force about ten thousand Strong Ana having Twenty one guns posted behind formidable batteries Over two Miles Long. A the fight was one of the most despot rate of the War. Our troops behaved with the steadiness and courage of cd learns and after nearly Fourr pro urea hard fighting drove the rebels out of their positions East us de three Light batteries of Field artillery. Forty six heavy siege guns Large stores of fixed ammunition three thousand Small arms and two Hundred prisoner s including one colonel three captains Ai d four Lieuten ants. Tab enemy left a Large number of dead on the Field. A they escaped by the cars to Goldsby rough burning the Bridges Over the Trent and cla reinvent and firing the City of new born. No extensive damage was done to the place. We lost about one Hundred killed Aud four Hundred wounded mostly belonging to new England regiments. Ltd a a of tiv or n so Job autote was Alied major Legendre a Tibe fifty first Nawy a Folk was Saor tally wounded a Lieutensi to Gold Del Merritt of the Twenty third Mas Sachs setts and Adjui att f. A Stearns Kjof the Twenty first Massachi Krems Regina sat of Amherst were Ala Oak gee land their foodies Are on the Way Home a

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