Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
14 May 1862

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
14 May 1862

Read an issue on 14 May 1862 in Lebanon, Pennsylvania and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Lebanon Advertiser.

Browse Lebanon Advertiser
  • lebanon-advertiser page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • lebanon-advertiser page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • lebanon-advertiser page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • lebanon-advertiser page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 14 May 1862 Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Get started for free with a 7 day trial.

Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 14, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaMujoli a a Ali it my a Taim a of uotiab�caat4�a>uci353f udly and promptly executed at the advertises office Lebanon Penn a this establishment is now supplied with an extensive Askov Tmima of Job Type which will he increased As the patronage demand it can now torn out flt two of a Mary description in it neat anti expeditions manner and on very reasonable terms. Such As pamphlets checks business cards handbills circulars labels. Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of pare invitations tickets ac., a. 49 died of All kinds. Common and judgment Boses. 8ehool, Justice a constables and other bunks printed correctly and neatly on the beat paper constantly kept for Sale at Tala office at prices Quot to suit the times a _ a subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and a half a year. It address . M. Bbb sus Lobanon a. Steam Mill Asp cottage dwelling House foe rent mile subscribers offer for Kent 1 a steam planing Mutl and saw Mill located near my Ovaton on the Union Cattal and about a Telle from. Tho Railroad a a Tali util two pair of i Etta Tot flour chop. A % also cottage dwelling House min Myerstown on the Road loading from Myers town to the Mill. A 4evbceeursiott will be Givon immediately or on the let of april next. V i John a. B0nqe8, Thomas , a assignees of Leri Truter. Myerstown. Belini Fly 19. 1862. _ private Sale. Pis stub Tercher offers at private Salo Alt that certain a farm or tract of land situate partly in plane Grove township Phuy Utill county and partly in Bethel township Lebanon county Lount lad by lauds of Eck j Ert and Guilford Betija nah Aycrigg Daniel Dou Herte and others containing orto Hundred and forty eight agree and a Quarter with the Apper _ ten Ancee consisting of a two Story log dwelling. Weather hoarded a Story log dwelling House a new Bank barn other out jul Odinga and a new water Power tidings in of terms ac., which will be easy apply to a a if agent sawmill., g. W. Mitchll plot Grove april 20, . On Slou at private Sale will be sold at private Sale. 8 acres of land situated in Long Latte near the Borough line in Cornwall township. It adjoins the land of widow Fulmer in the North tim. Atkins and John Kratt Saou the Bast. Thor is a Osa Story log House weather boarded rred Ted on the land Anil a Good Well inthe the land has Fine stones for quarries. This tract will make a Nice Home for a Small family. My it la Freo Stoin ground Bene. Good title will be Glrst Adam Hitcher. A Jjo teds tract in Bow rowed with Fine grass half of which will to Giren to the purchaser. Lebanon june 18. 18�n._____ a for tent. Store r. Oom no. 2, Quot Eagle building a now occupied by relieve ctn s uro., of a clothing store. For m terms apply to. Mrs. Sarah l1neaweavkr. Of. Mrs. Elizabeth o. We1dman.lobanow Jan. Is 1801. I an non barrels of the Low Manu Jiuu Usu Faote King t Soudrette for Sale by loot manufacturing company-180 South thar res Philadelphia a. This company with a capital of $160,000, to e most extensive works of the kind in the world Aid an experience of 22 years in manufacturing with a reputation Long established having also the exclusive control of All the night soil from the great Olty of new York Are prepared to furnish an article which is without doubt the che put and very beet fertiliser in Market. Price for 7 barteuandover$t.60 per barrel or ouly $10 por ton. It greatly increases the yield and ripens the crop from two to three weeks earlier atan expense of from $8 to $4 per Core and with very Little Lahore. A pamphlet containing the information necessary with looters from Llorans Greeley Daniel Webster and hundreds of farms of who have used it extensively for years May a had re by addressing a Lector As James to Foster 00 oort Lundt st new York. A february 12, care of the exod manufacturing co. 18�.-�?o a a Linbi Hijii Bank. Cumberland Trett one door East of cd Runny i amp a. Tito following rates of in Knuehl of deposits for 1 year and Longor 6 per cent per annul to for 6 Mouths and Bougor 6 per cent per Annan of a will also afford a Liberal Lins of a Foj Rob who May favo irus with , payable pro ilium on a do and so and mexican dollars and also on old mexican Dot Tare and i Alt smart. Will make collections on and remit to All parts of the United Stantas the can Adas and Europe i negotiate Loans ac., ac., and do a general sex. Change and banking business. A Lafouci Ana g daws0n c0lesian, presiden. Am. Olafski cashier it the Ridor Sigried managers Are Lianjie to the extent of their estate for All deposits and other Nult Galona or Tilo a a lax ask Darosz tus Sjo Simon camb on o. Dayton a Olsman Geol Loe Smuller i aves Young. Augustus Boyd Lxi of May 1% �58. Gas Okab glib my the Only preparation that has stood the test of years crows More and Moro popular very Day and testimonials new anti almost without hum her might be Given from Vadlee and gentlemen in All grades of society Whoso United testimony none would resist that prof. Woods hair restorative will restore the Bald and Giay and preserve the hair of the Buth to old ago in All its Youthful Beauty. A b a Battlo Crook mich., Deo. 21st, 1858. Wor Woon i tace Wilt please accept a Alae to a Furth thee that the hair on my head All a my off Over Twenty Veare ago caused by a complicated chronic disease yet tended with an empt Lon on the head. A continual course of suffering through life having reduced me to .1 state of dependence a line not been Able to obtain stuff for rape neither have i been Able to do them up to Eon Ssan ence of which my head has suffered extremely from cold this induced me to Briggs a Hodges almost he last cont had Ott Earth for a two Dollar bottle of thy Jar restorative about the 1st of Angust last. I Hare Hilt fully Folio wed the the Bald a net the now covered with hit thick Ai Mlack. Though Short it la Alko Cotuit Ngab All Over my head. Feeling confident that another Large bottle would restore it entirely and tee anxious to persevere in to Iee. And Belnie Aykute of menus to Purchase any More 1 id Aak thee if thee wouldst not be willing to Send to an Ordor on thine agents for n bottle and receive to thyself the scripture declaration Quot the Reward la to those who Are kind to the widow and the Fother Iosa a thy Friend Susannah Kirby fifth Eros. Sgt Sowe to it in Diane a . St Laid. Paov. Of j. Wooby dear sir in the latter part of the year 1852, while attending the stale and National Law school of the state of now York. My hair from a cause unknown to me commenced falling off very rapidly so that in Tho Short space of six months the whole upper part of my Scalp was almost entirely bereft of its Etc Verette. And much of the remaining portion upon the Side sad Book Parton try head shortly after became Era so that you will not be surprised when i Tell you that upon my return to the state of Indiana my More casual Wero not so much at a loss to Dis cover tin. Cause of the change to my Appe Dianee As my More were Torero game me of All. I i at once made applet Atlin to the most skillful physicians la the country but receiving no mum Nee from them that my bar could again be restored x was forced to become recon called a toy Fate until fortunately in the latter part of the year 1867, your restorative was recommended Tome by a druggist As being the most reliable Illar restorative in use. I tried one Bott and found to my great satisfy Ecton that it was product. Lag the desired effect. Since that t me i have used see on dollars Worth of your restorative and of a result have u Rich coat of very soft Black bar which no 101 Asa Mark of my gratitude for your labor and skill in the mod Cotton of so wonderful an article i have re Uso to Many of my friends and a Unal nuances who 8b1 Happy to inform Yon Are using it with like of oct. Tory respectfully ours attorney and counsellor at Law. A depot 441 Broadway and sold by All dates through lout Tho Woi w., m the restorative is put up in bottles of three Sisera i i Largo medium and Small the Ronall holds a pint and Setalla for one Dollar per bottle the medium Bolds at least Twenty per coat Matt in proportion than the Small fetal is for two dollars a bottle the Large holds a quart 40 pot cent More in fac portion and totals for $3 a bottle. A0. J Wood a co., proprietors 444 Broadway new York and 114-Market Street st. Louis to. Sold by or. Boss and by All Good druggists and fancy Gooda dealers july is �?T8l-Iyeow. Wra Atit achoo let Fol he or sow Host sow be amp stored arts la in a sealed in dope. Price six cute. A Leot be on the Nattle treatment Mia tied Teal Cura of of seminal weak evil nay by Slons sexual debility and 1m-���lia�t� marriage Generady nervousness con a Ollens and Fps mental and physical in site a rss amp Fri a Beli abuse 4c.-by re m. D., author of the Green soak a the Trofy a renowned author in this admirable let a. Air orig moves from Hia own experience that to. Fill , of Bolf abuse May be Etfer Tonali aft to and without dangerous sni Strum ends ring.8 or Cord Mottio a Brawl by hmm odc6 Cortan Aud Fli avg cd Ivory offerer no matter what his food san a Plain Envelo tag the receipt of six Tki Ini. �?��?�l3f-Bowerv. New vory 0m� Box. 4688. Briary 12,1882- of astr it i itn3w,.,t 28, 1861,. A vol. 18�?no. 47. Lebanon pa., wednesday May 14, 1862. Whole no. 678. The song of the sword. A fax not of Ian a a Sony of the weary and wounded and worn wounded and ready to die a a a idler they fort All alone and forlorn on the Field of the Battle to lie. That a dead and dying alone a could their presence Aud pity afford whilst with a sad and terrible tone he aug the song of the sword. A a a of Btu fight fight i a though a thousand fathers die 1 fight fight Flat a. Though thousands of children cry i a fight fight Flag hot whilst mothers and wives lament Andacht flight a flab to whilst Mill Loas of Money Are i la hts but fight be Quot should who cute a foul a fair though Alt that s gained to a i empty Nim and a tax too Grant to Bear. An empty Naino Ana a paltry fume �a1?1 it a uus ind lying Dean Hottat Etty glorious Victorya a the p too of Ore d v3r a amp tar Wearl. Fire had famines and sword a it us Alonte Fidalus Ana Deboi ate towns a and Tho Sauas scattered abroad with never a Home and never a shed whilst kingdoms Perls and fall. And Hunt Fod of thousands Era lying dead. And will a for nothing at All. Warr near 4 i Muaket and port or and Ball f a \ he at do to fight so for 7 a Hohr Haye to Battles at All t Tea he done they say the nation Honor to keep alas t that just is so dear. And human file so cheap War Tyror Warf r. Aii Eay murder Aud crime Are Airth Blemings in be seen in thee. Frown my youth to the present time a a and crime-4 a crime misery murder and us. A i would i bad Guowo in my younger Days a a tenth of what i now know i a fal it had t hut known in my happier Days in my glee a tenth of the a Avrora and crimes of War a tithe of its misery r x now had been joining a Happy band of a if exod children dear and i had died in my Nativo land instead of dying hero and. Many a lung Long Day of woo 4 a and sly Olieas nights untold 1 and drenching rain and Drifting snot and weariness famine and cold and worn out limbs Aud aching heart a grief too great to Tell and Betci Ding wound and piercing smart had 1 Uwi oped full weary and wounded and worn wounded end ready to die the Soldier they left All alone and forlorn on the Field of the Battle to lie. 7 the lend and the dying alone _. Could their presence and pity afford whilst thus with a sad and terrible tone 0 would those truths were Mote perfectly known a he Sang the song of the a word. Foo Altheim. Stood listening to the song of a Bird Bioli was Perc cd on the vely Summit of a High tip of. A wonderful 1�?Tcried the Man a such a Small animal with such a great voice 1 i wish i would get near enough to put some Salt on its the boy aimed at the Bird with his magic gun and it fell into a Thorn bps. It a a Quot a there rogue a said he to the other a you i play have it if you fetch a master replied the Man a leave out the a rogue when you Call the dog but i will pick up the Bird in his efforts to get it out he had worked himself into the Middle of the prickly Bush when the boy was seized with a longing to try Bis fiddle but scarcely had he begun to Sei ape when the Man began also to dance arts the faster the music the f ter and higher he jumped though the thorns Tore his dirty coat combed a a o it Hia dii8ty hair and pricked his whole body. A it a a leave off leave off a cried he a i do Liot wish to Danzot but to cried in vain. A you have flayed Many a Man i dare say had so erect the boy a now will see what the Thorn Bush can do for you a and louder and faster Sou sided the fiddle and faster and higher danced the Gipsy till the thorns were hung with Theta hitters of his coat. By mercy he screamed at last a you shall have whatever i can gite you Only Cealo to play. Here Here Tako this purse of Gold a a a since you Are so ready to said the boy a i will cease my music but i must say you dance Well to it it is a treat to to see with that he took the purse and departed. The Thi Evish looking Man watched him until he was Guite out of sight then he bawled insultingly after Birn. A you miserable scrapers 3�?Tou ale Louse fiddler 1 wait till i find you alone. I will Chase you until you have not a sole to you shoe you Ragamuffin stick a Farthing in your Mouth and say you Are Worth six dollars a a and Tunis he abused him a Longas he could find words. When he had sufficiently delivered himself he Rau to the judge of the next town. Honorable judge cried he. A i bog Gipsy in the from the Thorn Bush. A a a # German. A Rich map once hired a boy who served him honestly and industriously he was the. First to Rise in he morning the last to go to bed at might and never he site Ftp a to perform even to a is agree a ble duties which Frol to the Bhanie of others but which they refused to do. His looks were a Law is Chc Eiful and contented and to never was heard to when he had served a year his master thought to himself a if i him his wages he May go away it will therefore be most prudent not to do so i shall thereby save something and he will and so the boy worked another year and though no wages a the he said nothing and looked Nippy. At last the end of the third year arrived the master Felt in his pockets but took nothing out then the boy spoke. A master a said he a i have served you honorable for three years Gavm the i Pray you what i have a in stay earned. I wish to leave you and see More of the my dear fellow a replied the Tiggard a you have indeed served me faithfully and you shall to generously so saying he searched his pockets again and this time counted out this of Crown pieces. A a Crown a he said a for each year it is Liberal few Raast Erb would such a the boy who knew very Little about Money was quite satisfied he received his scanty and determine now that his pockets were full he would play. He set off therefore to see the world up lilt and Down Hill he ran and sung to his hearts Content but presently As he leaped a Bush a Little Man suddenly appeared before him. A whither away brother merry asked the stranger a your cares seem but a Light Barde to you 1�?Ta a Why should i be bad answered the boy a when i have three years wages in my a and How much is that a inquired the Little Man. A three Good a listen to me said the Dwarf a i am a poor needy creature unable to work give to the Money you Are Young and can earn your the boys heart a was Good it Felt pity for the miserable Little Man so he banded him his hard gotten wages. A take them said be i can work for i. A a a you have a Kyd heart said the Mannikin. A i Drill Reward you by granting you three was Hess one for eat Crown. What will you ask v a Haba a laughed to Boj Jou Are one of those then who tan whistle Blue Well i will wish first Fqy amp a Bird gun which shall hit whatever 1 aim at / secondly for a fiddle to the sound of which every one who Heads to play on it must Lance and thirdly that when i ask any one for anything he shall not dare refuse to me. A you shall have All cried the Little Man As he took out of the Bush where they seemed to have been placed in readiness a Fine fiddle and Bird gun a no Man in the world Ball refuse what you ask 1�?T % a my heart what More can you desire a said the. Boy to himself As he joyfully went on Bis Way. He soon overtook a wicked looking Man who Jour mercy see How 1 have been ill treated and robbed on the open highways a Stone might pity me my clothes Are torn my body is pricked , Anil a purse of Gold Lias Jeen taken from me a purse of a seats each one brighter than the other. you Good judge 4et the Man Beau gift and sent to prison v a a. A was it a so Liei asked the judge a who has so wounded you wit Rhib Sabre a. Who indeed replied the Gipsy a it was one who had no s Bie but a gun hanging at his bait Anu anus Textrum his neck the Rasca can easily to the judge sent some people after the boy the Boon overtook him for he bad gone on very slowly they searched him and found the purse of Gold. He. Was brought to trial and with a loud voice declared a i did not beat the fellow steal his Gold he gave it to me of his own free will that 1 might cease my music which he did not like.�?T. A he can lie As pastas i can catch Flics off the Bis accuser. And the judge said yours is a bad defence a and to sentenced him to be hanged As a Highway robber. A As they led him away to Tho Gadows the Gipsy bawled triumphantly a you Worth Osegi fellow you catgut scraper now you will receive your Reward 1�?T the boy quietly ascended the ladder with the Hangman but on the last step he turned and begged the judge to Grunt him one favor before he died. A i will Grant it replied Tbod judge pc condition that you do not ask for your lifo.�?T. A a i ask not for my life said the boy a Blit to be permitted to play once More on my beloved fiddle 1�?T a do not let him do not let him screamed the rogue. A Why should i not allow him to enjoy this one Short pleasure a Baid the judge a i have granted it already to shall have his wish 1�?T a tie me fast 1 bind me Down a cried the Gipsy. The fiddle playing began at the first stroke every one became unsteady judge clerks and bystanders tottered and the rope fell from the hands of those who were to ingrown the tatter Demalio at the second they All raised one the Hangman let go his prisoner and made ready for the dance at the third All sprang into the air the judge and accuser were Foremost and leaped the highest. Every one danced old and Young fat and lean even the dogs1 got on their Hind legs and hopped faster and faster went Tho fiddle and higher jumped the dancers until at last in their fury they kicked and screamed most dismally. Then the judge gasped cease playing and i will give you your life Tho fiddler stopped descended the ladder and approached the wicked looking Gipsy who Lay panting for breath. A rogue said he a confess where Yon got that purse of ducats or i will play again 1 a i stole it i stole it he cried pitifully the judge heating this condemned him As a thief and false accuser to be Hartges instead of the boy who journeyed on to see the world. Rights of the Highway. A. A in a ease of assault and Battery tried Iff Philadelphia a few Days since a fore judge Thompson the follow it charge was Given involving the que tons of thai Righta of the Ling Hwajin a Quot the Niarie Juho owns or occupies Bouse has a Quot right to the u e of Milf the Street in front thereof. Subject however to the Restic Tion of the right of Way. Tho owner has Ever amp right to occupy and use the does not interfere v the the right of the Way. But in his right it cannot be said that a Carriage or ear shall not Stop on tie Street or in front of this property yet no atm has a Legal right to Stop in fio t of by Man to As. To inter uie of the occupant. If afi Oyster Man or a drayman Stop before a Man s House or store and interferes with the business the owner or occupant has a right to move him away.�?. This however interfere with an Oyster Man or other person who has a right to use the Street a reasonable length of time but he should remove when requested to do so of lie interferes with the business of the of cd Nunt. To take hold of a horses Hera to remove him from the premises so of espied is no cause for assault and Battery this alone would not justify the owner or Driver of the horse in striking the mover nor has the hover any right to commit an assault and Battery upon the owner of the horse in order to remove the obstruction. How to Plant a paper lately published in the Prairie Farmer or. Nelson of Indiana gives the following sensible directions for the planting and care of the rooted plants a a co Muir Nee by digging the holes from two an d a half to three feet deep and from four to five in diameter cast All the Sii soil entirely away fill the Hole half full of old Bones old shoes or even shreds of old clothes fill it Well with rotted manure mixed with Little Earth up to the proper depth to set the plants tread Down the ground gently then set the plants being hateful to spread the roots Well and fill it no with Rich soil Well pulverized and incorporated among the Small roots and you will Havedon a Job Ujj amp to you win never regret a follow this up with yearly dressing of manure applied in the fall and carefully forked in the Spring so As not to injure the foots and abundant crops of fruit will be the Reward. 1 should have mentioned that when the plants Are it they should be Cut Back to within one or two eyes and the next year also Cut Back severely to enable the Root to get Well established before it commences bearing fruit. This Isan Aii important item and must hot be overlooked Ifju of would have healthy vigorous and productive shift of 3 of. has been calculated that a Hawk will Fly hot less than 150 Miles in an hour. Majos cart right on the coast of Labrador. Found by repeated observations. That the flight of an Eider Duck was at the rate of 9.0 Miles an hour. The flight of a common Crow is nearly 25 Miles an hour and spi Llazani found that of the Swallow to be a bout 92 Miles while he conjectures that Tho rapidity of the Swift in no arly three Timos greater. A Falcon belonging to Henry in of France Fley from Fountai Bleau to Malta in less the i Twenty four hours Tho Dis Tance being 1.b50 Miles and it is prop Able Chat his flight was about 75 mites an hour As such Birds Fly in to Day time Only. These facts show How easily Birds Cali accomplish their extensive migrations especially when consider that a favourable wind materially helps them on their voyage. From the. Detroit free Presto Hospital experiences v a a of leap Cash Slort Grain Busi. V r o p 11 o pjs i Mercia i lhml�4�� 1 1 for my i trim Tho i sir. 6 a a Lily Paite a took of a 1 k n s of goods 18 2d Cindy of Funck b. New at one Hollar Fly inserted at the be if rotes Ine Denda of the Chralia Ashmont and the Publ Fierge amp be Aliy Ere Eoa cited to end m their order anal Illus l noted at an Honra notice. Katess it a postage. To Lebanon county postage free. I n Venneri Atuaia out or Lebanon cd Tonty cent a Quarter or is cents a rear. Out of tie state 6�g ctr. Per qusnor.aott�.-et�. Peryear the a a French lady attempts to escapes from fort Lieut. Thomas the a a French lady confined in fort Lafayette for transferring the Steamer st. Nicholas to the custody of the robots at Bau Imori last Slimmer escaped from fort Lay Fayette on monday night. He had a procured a number of tin cans which to corked to amp Hilj a d tied about his Waist when he took to the water and swam toward. Ihu Long Island Shore. He a disc Oveid by the Sentinel and a boat being put into requisition he was brought Back and conveyed to his old quarters. Thomas was at first confined in fort Mchenry at Baltimore where he made several efforts to Clear out but not succeeding. Finally pretended insanity. At Ono time Hia release seemed probable when be suddenly gained his faculties and was detained and sent the. Tho Steamer st. Nicholas Wlsh he managed to Transfer to to rebels authorities was committed to the flames in Frant of Fri Dericks Iburg la Imrek by the rebels Thom selves fearing that she might fall in to the fends of general Mcdowell a array. F in one of the Cuby churches in mis on sunday last an Elo divine while earnestly supplicating at the throne of Grace that Leace might again spread her wings ver our beloved country said a put be hand on the North o lord and be other on the South and say to the aging elements peace to still 1�?T an elderly Man from Indiana a private i i one of the regiments stationed there interrupted the reverend Geh filipan at this Point by saying Dis notly a no lord put both hands m the South and make her Atay in het7nion.&Quot a the umm ded at Paducah great variety of wounds horrors of the a cattle m. The following extract a is from a private letter from an army surgeon at Paducah Paducah april 17. not upbraid me for theve to hard work 1 have done for How is it for a Man of my temperament to do other than work when you enter a room where a Hundred or two of our boys lie in pain in a Gony and in mutilation and hear them cry out in the most piteous and beseeching tones a dear doctor for heaven s Sake do help me next a others will say a i know you do All you i die of my Ngor Wiff and Ray Little children whap will become of them do for gods Sake fix me then again to look into the anxious beseeching Eye put your hand upon the few ble pulse or on the fevered Cheek or up the cold and already Clammy brow i ask you where is the Man who has a single particle of love for his race of country or countrymen who will it be nerved up to work tire if and0 weary As he May be ? a a the variety of wounds have Are almost As numerous As the wounded themselves. First ipod at the head. A Cannon Ball or portion of Shell has carried away All the skin add Scalp from a whole Side of the head and face a Minie Ball has entered the Back Pari of the head coming out through the nose or the Cheek Bone carrying away All the Bony and Fleshy substance of the face and leaving the most horrid mutilation you can image Ine. Another is shot through the temples one or both eyes torn out and lying on the Cheek a another with the lower jaw All shot away and the poor dry and fevered Tongue swelled As Large As a Many sarm. Again turn Down the coarse but bloody Woolen Blanket from the poor Many a breast a Bullet has gone through the Chesl the bloody serum and the bubbles of air press or ooze out of each wound at every Laboured breath his lip3 Are Blue his skin is cold sweat oozes out at every pore he too with the utmost difficulty breathes out do help me a but All can say or do is to assure the poor sufferer that his Only Relief is in a dose of morphine and his Only rest the another has a shoulder or an Arm pierced or carried. Away. If the shoulder is carried away Wash and dress cover up assuage the pain and wait the Fata moment if the Arm be Only badly shattered the knife and the saw soon do their work the poor fellow is maimed for life whether it be Short or Long. He is Laid away As Best he Cah be to run his Chance shot through the Back and an entire paralysis of the whole lower part of the body has ensued. He breathes a few appreciate such a sum ? How Little do know of the distance of the sun1�? ninety five millions of Miles Start a Railroad train for such a journey i it it Stop at no planet for Wood and water or passengers. Place on it a Little infant a the infant becomes a Man. Reaches the allotted age of a Man but Earth is not let another take his place live his three score years and Jen an outlier and a Otter and another and still with no Nap Zejoi repair or to Cool its burning axles the journey s end is not the fifth Man s dying Eves Are looking Forward millions of Miles for the journey Send. But Are Here talking of seven Hundred millions not of ninety five. A a for a Hundred years and More churches have been gathering property m the United states. Subscriptions have been i nobly headed Dym men ift Ccu j my latins to Therrio eds Hurches. And in i All tins timer he evangelical churches live. J got together about fifty millions of prop to erty. Not enough to the Price of Victory for a month have a a missionary society. A it gathers each year from nearly a million of people. It throws its Beneficent influences into nearly every part of the world a but its whole yearly Revenue would endure the draft of the. United states Treasury Only one hour of the ten in a Day. A seven Hundred thousand men Are drawn from the pursuits of Industry. It is far More impoverishing than Iffe million of paupers were thrown on. Us to support for then the labourers Aud producers would remain at work. A now they Ajja fifi worse than Idle. Their weapons Are Cost of perish ability a has ests perish and cities Are re ried by their presence a England is contributing a earful amounts of want and starvation to swell the Price of Victory France a pres the Sale of Twenty five millions of its Wappes and ulterior Europe and parts of asja Are flaying portions of this Salupen Cypus Cost of Musig beg by the Battle. The Battle of Bea. Bidge Arkansas which settled the ,Southern Missouri and probably of Arkansas also a was fought of tithe 6th,,.and 8th of marchf7 Between a rebel army numbering upwards of25,000 men under generals Van Dorn a Price and Mcculloch and a the Union forces under generals Curtis Siegel and Asboth numbering 13,000. The Confederate army had succeeded in surrounding our troops and had thrown a Large heavy Force in the rear to Cut off All thursday the 6th, the attack of the rebels began and throughout that Day and the next the tide of Success seemed to Setin their favor. The Gallant Siegel had been twice Cut off and twice after most desperate fighting had Hen his Way with heavy loss through the enemy a ranks the evening of the second hours or Days at most. Another is shot Day came on and the wearied troops a of throw High the hips leaving the Bones a perfectly Bare. He too soon goes to his Long Home his final and last resting place. Then again the variety of wound and mutilation which Are met the jeg3, ter making arrangements for the decisive conflict of the next Rooming Lay Down on their arms to obtain a Little heeded rest quiet. Settled Dedton upon the Camp Only disturbed by the groans of the wounded. And number and variety of operations and Bustle of preparations for the coming which Are needed and performed would take volumes and not letters to describe. It is out of my Power to give a graphic View of what has come under my notice and care. The estimate i gave you the other Day of the number of our killed and wound5,000 killed and 15,000 wounded is really Helow the fact. I have yet been in no Battle but have seen a great Deal of its Day. Suddenly there arose from the Camp of the the notes of one of those plaintive airs of the fatherland which that musical race carry with their into whatever clime they May softly the Strain floated Oyer that bloody Battle ground the language unknown to most of the listeners but the Melody carrying All memories Back to the Homes Young Nava officer. Who was intermingling his conversations Jug Jib. The most profane oaths. A to Frog Lany was so situated that she could not but hear every tune he s wore. At first she bore it with equal equanimity then As it continued and rather increased in the shocking character of his Impre cautious she. Began to grow fidgety. And her eyes flashed. We knew a Bolt would be shot and that it would strike him. It came directly. A a sir can you Converse in the hebrew Tongue a a yes a was the reply in a half Puncoh scion but slightly sneering tone. A then was the reply a if you wish to swear any More you will greatly oblige me. And probably the rest of the passengers also if you do it 1n hebrew i watched him. It had hit. His color came and went now Ted now he looked at the Young lady then at his boots then at the a Ealing of the cars but lie did not swear any in hebrew of Engli h and he probably remembered that Young lady. Antiquity of Gas burning. Horrors Paducah is at the Junction of and the hearts whose fortunes hung Inthy the Tennessee Iveth the Ohio Rivers. It j balance of the Morrow. The effect was is the first Point of any kind of size that is electric. What heroic resolves were Kin reached from of Battle and is the j died by that simple air sung in that critic first Point where a general Hospital is local hour in the wilderness no one can Tell rated ail the boats first Stop Here and i Only know the next Days All the worst cases Are taken off. Hence i our forces won a splendid Victory and the great number and variety of our of a where the Battle raged fiercest were the rations. I Cut off forty one limbs in a single night at first i Felt really nervous at i germans who Sang the previous night amp a j Way. A. Last i really liked it so the feelings of poor human nature Japan become a blunted. Margaret of the numerous anecdotes which show this woman a native goodness of Meart. We conclude with the following a the Bishop of Carlisle related that on one occasion he saw a Well dressed gentlewoman turn m under an Arch m the Street followed by one of her own sex. In a state of utter poverty. He was curious enough to col. Ashby the correspondent of a new York paper gives the following description of Ashby who is opposed to Banks and protecting the rear of Jackson s army a Cash by no disciplined Soldier pursuing no regular line of warfare which is part of a plan comprising different branches of service infantry cavalry and artillery has displayed a kill and Genius in the management of his men which have made him in the estimation of his division pause and saw the lady stripping a warm no or a nary commander he has protect Petticoat from her person place it m the poor woman s hands with a sum of Money the tears rolling Down her Cheeks at the time. The Bishop conceived it to be has duly also to relieve the distressed of it Jet before them and he inquired where she resided inviting the lady to accompany them the place was Pooi and the poor woman had two Little children Jymy Down m sickness. A a a the lady speedily made things More comfortable and prepared food which they needed More than Medicine pc Jujj the wretched family. The Good Bishop presented them with a Liberal he said. I desire to know that i May remember in my prayers the name of the Good Samaritan whom i have thus knowing jus rank by his address she answered. My lord. 1 belong to a profession which gentlemen of your cloth habitually condemn m their i am an am Margaret Woffington a name which you have heard before the Bishop coloured a perhaps in apprehension of what the world might say if he was seen in open Converse with one whose moral character was so much blamed but. Unable to resist her Graceful frankness and subdued by her True Chanty. He reverently placed his hands upon her head and said. A neither do i condemn thee go and sin no the debt Are piling up the new York gun Titan advocate comments on the National de which this rebellion is creating As follows. By Tell us of an a Pence of Eawy seven Hundred millions m a year can de the Retreat of Jackson most admirably and while at one time our Advance was close upon him he Rode up the Hill before them As quell Yassany peaceful Farmer on a Market Flay. A the is a great horseman and always has been and through these mountains and forests of the Shenandoah has ranged on horseback in the Hunt of the Fox and Deer and has often distinguished before return from this depression to note some of the improvements made in recent years and no where More than new York a the manufacture of Coal Gas. We will make an observation or two on the generally received opinion that gaslight modern discovery. It this As m other cases Are too Apt to contrast our own knowledge with the ignorance of our ancestor if topped at Thi it must be confessed that should not be much in the wrong but when extend the. Comparison beyond the goths huns and Celt to the great nations of an t Quiry e fired a different Tete of fact theseus Good reason to believe that not Only the ancient egyptians and Hindoos but also the ancient peruvians Ana mexicans made use of some of the inflammable gases for he atm. As Well As for lighting purposes. That the chinese had done so thousands of years before or. Murdoc wag born is no longer a matter of conjectured the fact is How As indisputable Ais the existence of their great Wall. Humboldt tells us that car Burette Hydrogen had been used in the province of Stet Sichuan for several thousand years and that it was so far under control that it was carried about in Bamboo canes to be used is occasion required the same As a Candle or lamp. Goy Lussac and Profesa Sor Adelung. And several other scientific men of equal Eminence were of opinion that it Wathe occasional ignition of the natural gases which gave Rise to the sri worship of the East it being Well known that deposits of Petroleum or naptha firn ish. Gases which Issue in streams from fissures in the Earth and which ignited by various Means including lightning or electricity. Almost everybody who has resided in the neighbourhood of Coal mines has observed Phenomena of this or. Henry of Edinburg in speaking of the fire Damp a so much dreaded by Colliers informs us that from an old a wrought sea Fol at Wallsend Colliery a discharge of this Gas takes place through a four Inch metallic pipe of two cubic feet per second. The pipe is carried up a High As the head gear above the Shaft and from it orifice issues with a roaring Soi ind the Stream of Gas which having been ignited forms a Flag of flame seven or eight feet length conspicuously Day and at night illuminating the whole i Ian Erly review. A a Yankee a letter in the Mari behead mass Ledger described a Khz few stratagem successfully employed by capt. Gregory of the United states a Schooner was discovered. Far away in the distance which of the Ohio displays ing the. Stars and stripes tried to escape. All sail Ivas crowded of the by his. Tali a Twenty one were set but without gaining of the strange Craft which proved to be a fast Sailor and beyond the reach of the a Ohio a guns. The a Ohio a sails were then wet when a slight gain was made. At last the Captain resorted to strategy and rigged a a a Moke stack Athi ship and built a fire and soon had a steam As soon As the stranger saw this she Hove to thinking the Ohio a st few mar and would soon catch her. On boarding her she was found to be the Henry travers of Nassau a a. Í., with a cargo of Coffee and soap with which she intended to run the blockade. She made a Nice prize Worth $50,000,. Table of distances. Taking Richmond As the cohere the following table show8�?~�l a go docs the distance of different Points in Virginia from there a m the tournament which is among the still cherished practices of the v log indians. And 1 am told that while Riding at the top of his Speed he will throw his Lance upon the ground and seize it team m passing with the utmost dexterity. His horse too. Is disciplined like his master to the accomplishment of the most wonderful feats. He will drop to the ground in a Flash at the wish of his rider and Rise again As suddenly bound through the Woods like a Deer avoiding Trees and branches Clear ing every obstacle jumping fences and ditches with perfect ease. All who know him say he is a Man of modest quiet. . Meanor. A silent Man. Who keeps his own counsel and is held inthe most fabulous regard by his men and inferior he is said to be a Christian and a Man of eminent piety As is also his Genera the Stonewall Jackson. From Norfolk to Richmond himself from inf Folk to Richmond a timely reproof humor and Sharp wit Are never put to better use than m answering a fool Accord ing to his Folly and would wish that proofs he the following were More frequent. Some five or six eggs ego. Lit one of the Rains of pars Runof Mew Ark and Jersey it Cit of j there was a from one Henry to Richmond from Hampton to Richmon from fortress Monroe to Richmond from Yorktown to Kloh mond from Ihli Amsberg to Richmond from Fredericksburg to Richmond to Richmond from Winchester to Richmond from Gordons Vilt to Rio Limond from Staunton to Richmond i Fuet. 108 85 150 of 99 70 6 1 65 130 150 70 120 in California the negro servant of of army officer punished another a Roomy. Being asked Why he did be he Asid a de fact is Massa Dat a Nigger was Oneo dem new York free diggers. He a salted me and i. Had to take High Sudron ground wid him a. Blanket Sli awls cloth of olivers dyed Jet Black or bloc Black preyed the Cofer warranted and goods turned ont equal to new by. Lyon limbs 49 articles to be dyed can a Lett at a Tot j Gene drag store where All orders for the Abate Vijil to attended to. Ís63 Adam Rise m Cumberland Street Market and the court House North now on hand a. Splendid assortment of state of wats and Caps Formica and a to a Bleb the attention of the on byte is re. Straw so Horn Senate of Jan. Wurfl Oteo when Legate. Stc.7�0 Ccruz to Kerr Habte Ora it �8 a Ted Ais or All Price. Zoetl Ai qts of hand. Hohes Ateo did a sol for Cra. How to Couch tip be Baskott

Search All Newspapers in Lebanon, Pennsylvania

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Lebanon Advertiser Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Lebanon Advertiser?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection

NewspaperArchive FAQs

Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.

Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!