Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
7 May 1862

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7 May 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 7, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaA flip pm hit is a advertises office Lebanon Perita to a a now end plied with an extensive a assortment of Job Type which will be increased a the ���s�?o2�. I Quot Quot 111 a a a a now turn ont print so of a tery description in amp neat and expeditious manner a a and on very reasonable terms such As pamphlets Cheeks business cards handbills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of fare invitations tickets &c., a. 49 dims of All kinds common and judgment Bonds. School justices constables and other bunks printed a correctly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept a for Salo at this office at prices a to suit the subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and a Ilaff . A address we. M. Bresgun Lebanon a. Steam Mill and cottage a Welling Bouse for rent. Vt11ie subscribers offer for rent i ukktzlkr�?T8 steam planing mall and saw Mill located near , on the Union canal and a about i mile. From the this Mill his two pair of burrs for flour and 1 pair for chop. Also cottage dwelling House i in Myerstown on the Road leading from Myers town to the Mill. 4arpcm�fsiou Wilt be Given rimmed lately or on the 1st of april next. John a. Donors Thomas Bassler assignees of Leri he tiler. . Fohr uary 19.1882. Private Sale. The subscriber offers it prorate Sale All that certain Terra or tract of 1 and situate partly in plane Grove township Schuylkill noun and part Lynn Bethel in kelp Lebanon count a bounded by lands of Rok met get and Guilford Benjamin Aycrigg Daniel doa Berrend others containing one Hundred and a a a i a Ortr right area and a Quarter with the Apper of flail Tenan oct consisting of a two Story log dwelling House weather boarded a 114 Etory log dwelling House a new a Bank barn other out build ones and a new water Power Law Mill for terms ac., which will be buy apply to g. W. Matchin agent. Pinegrove. April so 1889.tf. Omit lots at private Sale will be sold at private Sale 8 acres of land situated in Long Lane near the Horo ngh line in Cornwell township. It adjoins the land of widow Fulmer on the North. We. Atkins and John Krause on the East. There la a one Story log ii ouse weather hoarded erected on the land and a Good Well to the the land has flue stones for quarries. This tract will make a Nice Home for a smell family. Feb it la Freo from ground rent. Good title will he la Iron. Adam Bither. N. By this tract la now covered with sue grass half of which will be Given to the purchaser. Lebanon. June 18,1880. For rent store room no. 2, a Seegle building a now occupied by Reizenstein 4 bto., As a clo Biag Sion for Terma apply to mrs. Sarai Lineaweaver or mrs. Elizabeth c. Wei Max. Lebanon a Ian. 15,1sga in non barrels of the Hom Manu Jiuu juju factoring % Poudrette i for Dala by Lodi manufacturing company-180 South wharves Philadelphia a this company with a capital of $159,000, tie Moat extensive works of the kind in the world and an sex parlance of 2$ years a manufacturing with a repute ton Long established having Ole the exclusive control of ail the night soil from the great City of new York Are prepared to furnish an article which is without doubt the cheapest Ami very Bat fertilizer Iri Market. Price for 7 bar Roliand Over $1.50 barrel or Only $16 per ton it greatly increases the yield and ripens the crop from two to three weeks earlier atan expense of front $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 have used it extensively for Many years May be had fret by addressing a letter As above or James t. Foster 66 Courtlandt st., new York. Caro of the Lodi manufacturing co. February 12,1802.-3m. No a a -��?-.��.i.w.-. R Ait him inf Lebanon Deposit Bank. It six to fax a a reel it doer to a of Tummy i a Folet. A of still who four Wing rates of interest on Yvo deposits Fot 1 year and longer 8 por cent per annul for 8 months and longer 6 per cent per in Nam for a months and longer 4 per cent per annul Wen ulring a Short notice of withdrawal. Interest paid in Ottil for the deposits from the Date of Deposit to the Date at withdrawal. We will also afford a Liberal line of no a Ommo Watkns to those who May favor us with deposits payable on demand. Will a Premium on Spanish and mexican dollars and also on old mexican Dollar and Naif dollars. Will make collections on and remit to Alt parts of the United states the Canadas and kure net negotiate Loans a ac., and do a general Exchange and banking business. A Dawson Coleman president. 0go, Xisra cashier the undersigned managers Are individually liable to the extent of their estates for All deposits and other obligations of the a a la Banos Simon Cameron g. Dawson Coleman. George Smull Elt Levi Kline James youn�?~0, a Augustus Boyd Lebanon May 12,1888, George qlb1m. _ Blanket shawls cloth Woolen clothing of All colors dyed ret Black or Blue Brack pressed the color warranted and Good. Trade on equal tone East Hanover. To articles to be dyed can be left at Jos. L. Lumber drug store where All orders for the above will be _ . 8, 1860. A Mutt in Cumberland Street in the office of Bis father gen. John Weld Man. Lebanon August 28,1861. _ pgr0p Woods be8toiiativi cordial and blood renovator is precisely what it name indicates for while pleasant to the taste it is re vilifying exhilarating and strengthening to Tho vital Powers. It also Revivi fies reinstates and Renews the blood in All its original purity and thus restores and renders Tho system Invulnerable to attacks of disease. It is the Only preparation Ever offered to the world in a popular form so so Tobe within the reach of ail. So chemically and skilfully combined a Ato fee the most powerful tonic and yet so perfectly adapted to As to of a perfect accordance with the hues of nature and hence a oath the weakest stomach and tone up the digestive organs and allay All ner it Vons and other irritation. It is also perfectly exhilarating in its effects and yet it is Nover followed by Lossl Tudor depression it is composed entirely of vegetables and those thoroughly combining powerful tonic and soothing properties and consequently can never injure. Such a remedy has Long been Felt to be a in the medical world both by the thoroughly skilled in medical science and also by All who have suffered from debility for it needs no medical skill or knowledge even to see that debility follows Alt attacks of Diabase and lays the unguarded system open to the attacks of Man i of the most dangerous to which poor humanity is constantly such for example As the following consumption bronchitis indigestion dyspepsia loss of appetite faintness nervous irritability neuralgia palpitation of the heart melancholy hypochondria night sweats languor giddiness and All that class of cases so fear of a a v fatal if unattended to in time called 1b-male weaknesses and irregularities also. Liver derangement or Torpi Dity and liver com a taints diseases of the kidneys scalding or noon Roenee of the urine or any general derangement of the urinary or bus pain a the Bank Side and Between the shoulders Predix i it i a fast jut prevent ail attacks arising from Miasmatic influences and cure the diseases at Ohee. In already attacked. And As it acts directly and persistently upon the biliary system. Arousing the liver to action promoting. In foot All the excretions and secretions of the system it will infallibly prevent any Del Teri Ous consequences following opon change of climate and water hence All travel Ere should have a bottle with them end All should Taka a table spoonful at least before eating. As it prevents Cost Veress strengthens the digestive organs it should be in the hands of All persons of sedentary habits Etra Lente ministers literary men. And All ladles not accustomed to much ont door exercise should always use if they will they will find an agreeable pleasant and eff ident remedy against those ills which Rob them of their Banty for Beauty cannot exist without health and health cannot exist while the above irregularities then again the cordial is a perfect mothers Taliaf taken a month or two before the final trial a be will pass the dreadful period with per foot ease and safety. There it no Ptak Cassout a f>a4nl in Alt Tot cd tiv for a i. Mothers futo you z Sal to detect Sheffl the a Condit one known in often so mixed up with Tea Ness that if it were not for Yon to j we wow travel in the same downward pm a a until too late to arrest their total tall Bat is always vigilant and to you we Honfi Leahj Appeal for we Art sure you if never Felling u tor �4jr_oadws?fn0wy.mdlirket Street st Louis mo.,end sold by All Iris. Also by or. Boss Ops she tto Cuse Lebanon f. K Ftp Dollar Betti. July 24,1861.-ly. 0w. P t i \ vol. 18�?no. 46. Lebanon a wednesday May 7, 1862. Whole no. 67�?T2. A a wite Juerg. Rock me to Steep. Backward Tara backward of to Mala your Lichtl make me child again just for to night Mother come Back from the a a bless Shore. Take me again to your heart As of Yore kiss from my forehead the furrows of care. Smooth the few Silver threads out of my hair Over my slumbers your Loving watch keep Rook me to sleep Mother Rock me to sleep backward flow backward of tide of years i am so weary of toils and tears toll without recompense team All in Tain take them and give me my childhood again i have grown weary of dust and decay weary of flinging my soul wealth away of sowing for others to reap Rock me to sleep Mother Rock me to sleep i tired of. The hollow the Boss the untrue Mother of toothed my heart Calls for you i Many a summer the grass has grown Green a loft Omed and faded oar fece3 Between yet with Strong yearning and passionate pain Dou i to night for your presence again from the silence so Long and so deep Rock me to sleep Mother Rock me to sleep Over my heart in Days that Are flown Ano Lote like Morfier lore Ever has shown no other worship abides or endures faithful unselfish and patient like yours. None like a Mother cad Charm away pain from the pick coat and the world weary brain slumbers last Calm Over by heavy lids creep Bock ice to sleep Mother Rock us to sleep Como lot your Brown hair just lighted with Gold fall on your shoulders again As of old let it fal. Over my forehead to night a shielding my faint Eye away ram the tight for with Ita Sonny edged shadows once More Haply will throng the Sweet visions of Yore lovingly softly its Bright Billows sweep Rock me to sleep Mother Rock me to Steep 1 Mother dear mother5 the years have been Long since i last hushed to your Lullaby song sing then and unto my soul it shall Saem Voma Hoad s years have been but a dream clasp to your arms in Loving embrace with your Light hashes just sweeping my face never hereafter to Wake by to weep Rock me to sleep Mother Rock me to sleep i . Fyr tee advertiser. College reminiscence by a. S. U. Of All the beauties of the mind there is none the exercise of Wolfch is capable of affording to Man a purer source of enjoyment than memory. It May with propriety be called the link that binds in indissoluble connexion the past to the present and without this link the soul 5f Man would be but a poor destitute naked being with an everlasting Plank spread Over it except the fleeting ideas of the present moment. When at times Man yields to the pressure of outward events from without and naught but disaster appears to await upon Bis every present adventure while in the sullen aspect of the future no beam of Hope Breaks upon the View at such times of despondency memory like an Angel of Meir by offers a Solace to assuage the keenest sorrow. By swallowing up the present in the pm st the Burden of existing trials Aud afflictions gives a Way to the recollections of a Sauld Lang syne a with its cheering associations a re contemplation of which the Eye beams with reanimated Hope and the Coant Chaee becomes Radiant with new kindled Joy. There is something peculiarly attractive about a College life and the recollections of it Are always sure to inspire the mind with agreeable and inspiring influences. The similarity and nature of the pursuits which engages the attention of the Young men brought together from the different sections of the country who occupy common Walls naturally creates a kind of Clannish feeling which in a measure sets them apart and distinguishes them from the world without. The re is too among College students generally an a Esprit do corps a which is an ennobling characteristic and is Seldom found except when cultivated intellect is associated with the nicest sense of Honor. Byron has somewhere said that it was one of the safest feelings of his life to think that be was no longer a boy and a Kindred sentiment might be feelingly uttered by one who having passed through the prescribed course of studies finds himself arrived at the period when he is called upon to bid Adieu to the Halls of his a Palma mater a around so Many pleasing recollections and to be ushered upon the a a world a wide it is sometimes an employment fraught with interest and pleasure to retrace the years and running Back through the Vista of time to allow the mind to dwell upon this Halcyon period of time., memory performs far the mind what Tolfe Retina does for the Eye the images it paints however it preserves while with the natural Eye the objects and image vanish coincide entry. When we thus re visit the scenes to which we allude the venerable Collego buildings the Halls the recitation rooms the Chapel the gymnasium &c., and the countenances of remembered associates and even the incidents which transpired assume All the magical vividness of the reality. We recall to mind the words of Wisdom and As they fell from the lips of Learned instructors with All the original impressions while the memory of the hours spent Over the lore of ancient Greece and borne and the indefatigable mental toil in the solution of intricate mathematical problems is not forgotten. Of those that now remain of those who were the co partners with us in the Pursuit of knowledge there is one who occupies the Foremost place in the minds Eye and is especially the fellow occupant of House no 61, College mean my chum. There Are few of Tho uninitiated who can adequately appreciate the True import and significance of this monosyllabic term a chum in College is aside from your own blood relations the nearest and dear est Friend you possess in the world Anil Jas such you Are bound at least by Collego Jurist rude Euto regard his reputation As your own to vindicate Bis character from the aspersions of malice or jealousy and should occasion require you Are not to avoid even personal altercations if necessary even to defend his character or his person from injury. The individual who sustained to us the relation the import of which we have endeavoured to explain had been endowed by nature with great Powers of mind which had been further enriched by study and cultivation upon Bis countenance there usually beamed an air of satisfaction and apparent cheerfulness nor did the external indications belie his natural disposition. To never gave Loose rein to anger resentment or any Kindred passion but with All he was a Greaf Lover of mischief and in whatever Circle he was found an effervescence of some kind was the never failing accompaniment. We have now in mind an incident in which he was the main actor. It was a cold night in the month of january �?T59�?the wind whistled around the Corners and through every chink and Crevice of the building. Its Dirge like and plaintive music was Well designed to inspire Tho mind with melancholy and gloom while the Clouds of Snow which driven furiously by the wind added to the keen frosty air rendered the night a severe and tempestuous one. It so happened that at the period referred to the morning s recitation was held at some considerable distance from the place of study so that the Prospect of saving an Early morning walk through an untrodden path and a piercing air might have bad its in prompting to the following adventure. My chum had been seated for some a time apparently deeply engaged in his studies when rising abruptly from his seat he threw aside his thucydides greek beader and lexicon and addressing me with a significant gesture left the room. Not caring to trouble myself with his plans the Tenor of which i had from Long intimacy grow familiar with i continued engaged with my studies and while thus occupied i was after the expiration of about an hour slightly startled at hearing footsteps apparently with measured tread stealthily approach the door. What was my Surprise at soon seeing the door open slowly and a person of Ebony Hue most fantastically a courted enter. I was at first disposed to dispute the Entrance of Tho unknown person when closely surveying the intruder i succeeded despite the application of Burnt Cork and disguised apparel in recognizing the Well known physiognomy of my room mate. A Why a i exclaimed a Dick you look like an Imp of Yule and a just escaped from the forge a he made no reply but divesting himself from his outer garment he proceeded to Deposit at my. Feet the spoils of his evenings expedition which proved to be a wondrous piece of Iron about three feet in length. After i had examined it he proceeded to find a place in which to secrete it which having been accomplished he divested himself of his disguising apparel and committed himself to the arms of the a dreamy on the ensuing morning the Bellman discovered Bis task to be one of , for by dint of great Labouring and Palling at the rope not the faintest Echo of sound could be obtained. Surprise and astonishment however reached its culminating Point when it was ascertained that the Bell had been sacrilegious by robbed of its Clapper. Morning recitations were therefore necessarily omitted and my chum was among the first to express his Surprise and Chagrin that Tho Bell bad not As usual aroused him from his morning slumbers. This is but one of the Many exhibitions of Youthful insubordination to the severe disciplinary regulations of the faculty of the institution. On another occasion in an intensely cold night in the month of february 60, the Bell bad been placed in an inverted position and thus filled with water which freezing rendered it entirely unfit for any of the purposes for which it was intended. And not Long after this last event transpired the Bellman in the performance of his morning duty could find no Trace of the rope which furnished the connecting link Between himself and the morning his duty was therefore As on former occasions omitted. How far my chum was implicated in these last mentioned exploits i am unable and unwilling to say hut regard for veracity compels me to state that on each of these nights preceding to rese occurrences Hia Quot bed at the a noon of night a was without an occupant. But anon the buoyant period of youth teaming with its incidents of mirth and frivolity passes away. A sober judgment and purer reason chastened by the experience of years asserts supremacy in the mind. It need not therefore Surprise any one to be informed that the hero of the Belfry and the Steeple is nou a respected lawyer and though Bis practice May be said is Stillin its infancy he is nevertheless enjoying a Wilde spread and Well earned reputation for Talent and ability of the first order located in one of our densely populated towns on the Golden shores of the Pacific. The time passed in College May be said to embrace the poetic period of existence. It is spent devoid and is generally a period of unsullied enjoyment. The Youthful imagination at this time invests life with All the enchantments of Romance. Time and experience often disclose the delusion and like the gems which Glisten on Tho Dew drop which swiftly vanish before the morning Sun the visions of happiness and ambition so common in youth Are dissipated by the Stern realities of life. Some indeed attain the goal of their ambition but with the great majority the Best years of life Are spoilt while wealth distinction and happiness prove to phantoms which pass away a a like the baseless fabric of a Annville pa., May 1, �?T62. Hot gospel. Stated preaching May he expected in tins place every two weeks. Reported exclusively for the Logan Gazette to will open up on this occasion by singing to the Long metre what tbs9 democrats who can to go to heaven might Call a negro song but which my Breet Berin is properly a coloured Sam. And while your preacher lines ont you will please sing particularly the sisterhood As i like to Hoar their voices a from Afri Ca the negro came arise my breathe Rah bless his name stand up my Breet Berin Hess the Day the negro came from Afri Ca. A he is the Hojek of our love in him we love in him we move for him we preach for him we or Ampy for him we meet from Day to Day. Remember a twas the White Many a sine. Which splayed his foot and bowed his shins his shins were straight of straight could to till they were bowed in Sia Viree. Then Breet Berin let your blessings Rise upon it slips his Heefer Bis eyes upon is feet upon his thins Roth splayed Aud bowed for White Many a sins. In peat. V upon his feet upon his shins. Roth splayed and White Many a sins. My breath Erin your minister intends to show on this occasion that there is Only scriptural party and that is the or a at Republican party. It any Man Ali Ink he can rebut a amp or minister lot him make the ende Ever. And firstly i will prove that there is Only one script Rel party by a Tex from the new testament scripter and secondly i will prove that there is Only one script Rei party by a Tex from the old testament scripter. And my. Text from the new testament scripter is in these words a and they took Ile in their vessels with their now my Bree Thering Here a a Plain script Rel rules a and they took he in their vessels with who was it my Brec Therin that took Ilein their vessels with their lamps a a who thar was the Douglas party. They held great meetings and they carried banners with thirty four stars and on the Banner was written a popular Sov Reen Ity. But War was the Ile ? and whar was the vessels and whar was the lamps they was no whar. All their cry was popular but you can t find popular Sov Reen Ity in the Bible. You May search the scripter from Dan to Bersheba so to speak and from Kiver to Kiver and you can to find popular Sov Reen Ity. And thar was Tho Bell they met in great meeting and carried a Banner of thirty four stars and on the Banner was writ a Constitution and but whar was the Ile and whar was the vessels and whar was the lamps. They was no whar. All their cry was Constitution and Laws. But you May sea Rob the scripter from Dan to Bersheba so to speak and from Kiver to Kiver and you can to find Constitution and Laws. And then thar was the or a at Beau Bjoan party. A a my Breet Berin i Fanoy i see them now a i ask War was the Ile and whar was the vessels and whar was the lamps for they was every Elrar Ali. A my Bree Therin they did t carry thirty four Slars a they did no to say popular Sov Reen Ity and they had no Banner with the Constitution and Laws on but they took Ile in their vessels with their lamps according to the new testament scripter. Now if any Man thinks he can rebut your minister let him make the ende Ever. And secondly i will prove by the old testament scripter that there is Only one script Rel party and that in the or a at Republican party. My Tex is i n Dan Nel an d when i say Dan neb i mean the old script Rel Dannel and not Dan. Webster for All his Texes Are agin us. of my Tex is a Tekel thou Art weighed in t be balance a but my Breet Benn the Tex ii the original hebrew reads a Tekel thou Hast Wade in the a my Bree Therin. What party is it that has Wade in the balloting a go to the Douglas men Anasal hem whar they be got Wade Mihk the answer no whar. Go to to pm men and ask them whar they be got Wade and they answer no whar. But go to Tho or a at Republican party and ask them whar they be got Wade and they answer according to the old testament scripter a Tekel to have Wade in the and my Bree Therin in a afraid they re again to keep oar Friend Wade in the balloting even after the old testament scripter has been sufficiently fulfilled. We will now sing a sock ology after which the audience will please Dis mrse and retire to their respective places of abode Ali sketch of general Grant. Major general Ulysses s. Grant was born at Point pleasant Clermont county Ohio april 27,1822, and entered West Point military Academy from Ohio in 1839, where he graduated with Honor in 1843, and was attached As Brevet second lieutenant to the fourth infantry. He was promoted second lieutenant at Corpus Christi in september 1845, and served As such through Mexico under general Taylor at Palo Alto Resaca de la Palma and Monterey and under general Scott from Vera Cruz to the City of Mexico and was twice promoted for his bravery. He was regimental quartermaster from april 1, 1847, and when he resigned the service on the 31st july 1854, he was a full Captain in the fourth infantry of regulars. After his resignation he settled in st. Louis county Missouri and moved from there to Galena ii Illnois in 1860. Upon Tho breaking out of the present was he offered his services to governor Yates and was appointed colonel of the Twenty first regiment of Illinois volunteers and served with his regiment until promoted a brigadier general with commission and rank from the 17th of May 1861. He was engaged As a colonel and acting brigadier general in several of the contests in South Eastern Missouri and his course As commander of the Southeast District of Missouri has been thoroughly scrutinized and among Liis most praiseworthy acts was the occupation of Paducah and stoppage of communication and supplies to the rebels via the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers. The manner in which to conducted the Battle of Belmont is still fresh in our readers minds. The rest of Bis course As commander there is too Well known to be repeated Here and certain it is that Bis action in every instance has been applauded both by his Superior officers and the people. After the capture of fort Hen by a new District was created under the denomination of the District of West Tennessee and general Grant was assigned by general Hallock to the command of it. He was in command of the Union forces at fort Donelson and his noted correspondence with general Buckner gained him the sobriquet of unconditional surrender Grant answering to Bis initials of u. Grant. For the Success of that action he was created p major general but being unavoidably absent from the Field daring the Early portion of the fight it was reported that he was temporarily deprived of his command until the matter could be investigated. After few Days he was however again ordered into the Field and the manner in which he has conducted action will remove from him All the remains of his former discomfiture. General Grant is a Noble Bravo and efficient Soldier As his actions have plainly proved throughout the present contest and in fact throughout Tho whole of the Western War. Major general d. C. Buell. Gen. Don Carlos Buell is a native of Ohio and is about 40 years of age. He entered the military Academy at West Point As a Cadet in the. Year 1837, and was Breve Ted second lieutenant of the third infantry july 1, 1841. In june 1846, lie was appointed first lieutenant and was Breve Ted Captain september 23, 1846, for Gal Lent and meritorious conduct during the several conflicts. At Monterey Mexico. During 1847 and 1848 he acted As adjutant of his regiment and was particularly distinguished in the Battle of Cerro Gordo. On the 20tb of August-1847 he was Breve Ted major of the army for Gallant and meritorious conduct in the Battles of Contreras and Cherubusco and was severely wounded in the latter he Wab appointed 10 january 1848, assistant adjutant general with the rank of Captain Sutil molding his Brevet rank of major. He relinquished his rank in the line during March 1851. At the commencement of the present troubles he was still holding the position of assistant adjutant general. On the 11th of May 1861, be wa3 promoted to a lieutenant col Nelcy in the adjutant general a department and by Congress he was created a brigadier Genera of volunteers his commission bearing Date May 17, 1861. With that rank he took charge of the department of the Ohio and under his direction the Advance of Tho Union forces to Bowling Green and Nashville was conducted at about the 20ih of March he a confirmed by coi Gre s As major general of vol Inte i and took command of the Arm it in the the Advance along tier Ilio d from Nashville to Columbia a d from thence by to Nike roads to a Hannih has been performed with marked rapid it and the Junction with general Grants forces took place not a moment too soon. What a led Fremont at st. Louis. A Bat you have yet to learn my boy what was the great reason for sending Fremont to the everlasting Hills. On asked a knowing Veteran at Willard a what it really was. He looked at me for a moment in immovable silence then he softly placed his spoon gymnasium on a table looked cautiously in All directions crept to my ears on tiptoe and Bays he a Kerri does a a Sou of a bottle a says i a your information is about As intelligible As the Ordinary remarks of Realph Waldo . The knowing Veteran suffered his nose to take a steam Bath for a moment and then says he a Kerri does Kerridge with six horses and the american Flag flying out of the Back window. Fremont a great mistake at the West was Ker ridges and six horses. Did he wish to buy some shoe strings for his babes a capt says he to his Chamberlain a order the second Stewart to Tell the Scarlet and Grey Groom to Send the a Kerri does and six horses to the door with a full band on the did he wish to make a Call on the next Block and obtain some Bath note papers general Nocky Moseoff says he to his first Esquire in waiting a Issue a proclamation to my master in chancery to instantly command the master of the horse to get ready the Kerridge with six horses and Send the life guard to Clear the a in fact a says the knowing Veteran frowning mysteriously a it is rumoured that when he came Home Froude bars theatre one night and found the front door of his Headquarters Dently locked he instantly ordered up the Kerridge and six horses to take him around to the Back entrance.�?T. A now a says Tho knowing Veteran suddenly striking the table a great blow that splashed and assuming an air of embittered argument a a they be to the mountains to suppress Bis this explanation my boy Raj be All a fiction but certain it is that gen. Fremont has not the carnage he bad six months ago. Thrilling discovery. The following wonderful Story is told by the London correspondent of the Dublin evening mail a this is the age of discoveries and one of such a startling nature has just been made in an English county that it seem out of place Iri the Region of sober fact and to belong purely to the atmosphere of the three volume novel. Here Are the circumstances the names for the moment i am not at Liberty to indicate. The Earl of married not along ago and brought his Bride Home to one of the old family mansions which members of the English aristocracy regard with an affection amounting to veneration. The lady however being More Continental in her tastes after a Short residence in the apartments appropriated to Herff Iuse expressed a wish to have a boudoir in the Vicinity of her bedroom. The Noble Earl would gladly have complied with the request but upon examination it was found that rooms As sometimes happens in antique buildings were so awkwardly distributed that by no conceivable plan of re arrangement could the desired boudoir be fitted in. Thereupon it became necessary to invoke professional assistance and an eminent architect was summoned from London. A he examined the House narrowly and said there seemed to be nothing for it but to build though at the same time be could not resist the impression that there must be another undiscovered room somewhere in1 that Wing of the mansion. The Noble Earl laughed at the idea the eldest servants and retainers of the family were questioned and declared that they never heard even a Rumba of its existence. The Ordinary methods of tapping &c., wore resorted to but without effect. Still the architect retained Bis conviction and declared himself ready to stake his professional reputation on the result. Thedarl at last consented to let the Walls be bored Anil when the opening had been made not Only was the room found but a sight presented itself which almost d defeats attempts at description. The apartment was fitted up in the richest and most luxurious style of 150 years ago. A Quantity of lady a apparel Lay about the Rorum. Jewels were scattered on the dressing table and but for the faded aspect which everything wore the chamber might have been tenanted half an hour previously on approaching the bed the most curious sight of seen and this it. Is which affords the Only clue to the if Baum Okiw Hurt. A family paper for town and country. Is printed and published weekly by we. M. Breslin. 2d Story of Puncke a Nate Cumbe haad st at one Dollar and fifty cents . Ask inserted at Loneual rate. It the friends of the establishment and the Puhlik Gonet ally Are respectfully solicited to Send in their orders. -05811 Ais drills printed at a Honra no title. Rates of postage. In Lebanon county postage free. In Pennsy Irania out of Lebanon county Ajo cants pet Querta or 18 cents . Out of this state. Ote. Per Quarter or 26 ctr. A year if the postage is not paid in Advance rates Ard doubled. Mystery. The Couch Skeleton of a female and on the floor underneath the bed. Half m and half out Lay another Skeleton that of a Man presenting evident traces of violence and proving that before he expired in that position he must have received some dreadful injury. The secret connected with this tale of blood has been Well kept for not merely had All tradition of the scene faded away but even the existence of the room itself was forgotten. The survivors probably walled up the apartment at the time and its contents remained hermetic any sealed up till the present Day when according to the Best calculations after the lapse of a Century and a half Delight has accidentally penetrated into Becham ber of horrors which to the Surprise of All concerned has been discovered in one of the noblest mansions in the county of a. The coloured population anxious to join the secret Loyal Union from tue Harrisburg Patriot st Union picked up letters. By the following it appears that the coloured persuasion Are in the Field anxious to join in the Loyal Union league. The deductions of Gumbo Flat Hoof Are logical and we do not see How the league can get Over giving them an Opportunity to Aid in the glorious work they have in hand or Stu Latify themselves by a Bac Down Bassa Cove y. April de 2 Wurst 18 and 62. J. Massa but Wernor on behalf of de culled Pope Jiashun of Bassa Cove and Judy town i take de Liberty of Dressin dese few lines to you wid do inform shun Dat Dey am All Well and Pressln de Hope Dat you am Joying de same Fer Heity. At a Meelin of de Elete de culled literati and de culled per Wasion generally held in de masonic Hall of Tannah Salley at which prof essay Bowlegs presided Dere was a Resolution passed printing me a committee of free to convey de senso of de Meetin and to a you main pints about de Union league and to Gib de views of de Meetin. De culled Pope Jiashun has agreed to go in on Dis question but Dey am not Gwine to labor under any Dis a Bililies Sab. Dey a Equality and a pledge from de league Dat Dey will Nab of Dis state Al. Tired so Dat de culled Man can note an hoi offis. Dis is justly due to de Downtrodden Anglo african whose Diseth random commenced two years ago Wen de Star of Bob Lishun Rose in de Luckshun of Ole Abe Bress de lord de Day of Pentacost am comin Wen de culled Man shall dress in Scarlet and Fine Linen and fare sumptuously on Liber Catfish pigs feet an tripe. De Friend of de race Massa Luvjoy and Massa Sumner Hab felted de grand Reb Lushin of sentiment against de Cuilon Man. De Faith of de Eidens Are Bob Lishin in de District of columbian de darks privilege of carrying de mails de lands of de cell of Man Hayti and Liberia recognized As several of de Nashus and prime ministers Penitentiary ambassadors and Consul generals of pure Anglo african extinction Are to be Able soon to Cut a swell in de Fust serkies of Washington Sepety. Dese Tings Argufo Dat the Darkey am soon to be placed on a Equality wid de White trash and Den do cleaning a a privies a de carrying of hods and de Handloff of de White Wash Brash Riiff no longer be to plied by de dark who will take his share of de of Isis on do Hill and in de Nashun and by Neon do nostrum swell at de bar and splurge in de pulpit. But looked year it wont do to let dem i Nicum niggers from de soul cum Dey done to know muffin and always do do and you can to Lam Era Tiffin Ancl always could. Dey might put Emin places Bah where Dere is a Scarcity of niggers but jes in Dis place Der am a superabundance of de culled Sepety Deram Kasbun of which stands from Judy town to Bassa cover from de Pooh House to de jail. De suggestions of de culled meeting is Dat an article be made in de constr Fushun admitting called folks on an Equality. Secondly Dat sum style of Rega Lium be adopted like de Regali de Star club or de uniform of de Henry Highland Garnett guard. Dat de Meetins be held in masonic Hall Tannah a Avenue twice a week in Fuji Rega Lium or uniform. And finally Dat a Biack guard be station at de Pouf of each end of de Avenue armed wid a John Brown Pike Anda outside and inside Sentinel at de a oohs of de Hall Bof armed wid a. Razor. Of course de darks would Spect no offis. Dey would bide Der time till do league has Eberting fix up. Dey would ruminate Dere houses wid tallow dips on Ebry Casion As Dey did in 1860, until de proper Timo bum Sahy it Den Dey would go in to win it and help to drive de session look focus out of de of Nerv ancient country Dar in de state Jersey de place where de hessians fell it Hurrah for the league i Possum fat an Hominy Hosea Bugger or and de Union Fotch on be cards a ail free at once. Yours Sab wid distinguish consideration. Gumbo Flathe of. To Massa de Union Loyal league. A a a Bassa Coye Tot to Sierro define capital ooh a pricing i ser e Alie a amp a 4a hot Back of the first it Streec tan it Rains eggs at Beaverdam Tuffe. Consist an abolitionist by the of Booth was caught out in the Shower

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