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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 4, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaLab Utah tag Ltd it re is Ycaza a of a amp fit neatly and promptly executed at the advertise it office Lebanon Fenny a this a is now supplied with Fin extensive a sort meet of Job Tylre which will he increase in As Trio patronage demands., it can now turn out pm Intiso of every description in it neat mail expeditious manner a a Ritt amp no very reasonable terms. Suchias pamphlets Cheeks business cards handbills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of faxe invitations tickets &c., a. Of a a a Fri kids. Common and judgment bosons. School justices constables and other biases printed correctly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for Sale at this office at prices a to suit the a a subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and a Haifa tear. Address we. Breslin Lebanon a. Of terse Pfleger or. Attorney it Law. Office in rooms formerly occupied by or. Samuel beam. Deceased and opposite to the Black horse hotel Cumberland Street Lebanon. August 26,1863. �5rant we draw attorney at Law. Office. In Street a few doors East of the Eagle hotel in the office Lata of his father capt. John . Lebanon. Sept. 9.1863. # r Kajmo Val. Al Stan Juey Ulrich attorney at Law he a grooved Iris office to the ,.one floor was of la Dur Fauncil a see torn opposite Lvi Washington House Lebanon. A. Bounty and pension claims promptly attended to april 8, 63-�?3m. Removal. To s. T. Orca dam. A to Turney at Law has 1u&10ved his office to Market Street opposite the Lebanon Bank two. Doors North of widow Kisey a hotel. Left pin March 25, �?T63, off ii to Tow District attorney has removed his office to the room lately occupied by or. Geo. P. Line a Weaver in Cumberland Street. Lebanon a few doors East of the Eagle a fool and two doors West or gen. To Eidmann Al office. Lebanon Deo. 17s 1862. Cyrus. P. Miller a a in Wal nut Street neatly opposite the Buck hotel and two doors South from Karmany a hardware store. Lebanon april 9, 1862,-ly. Wot. Derr attorney at Law office in Fichte re a building Cumberland Street nearly opposite the court House., Lebanon May 6, 1863.�?tf. Or. Samuel 8 Meily offers his professional services to the citizens of Lebanon Aud Vicinity. Office at the residence of mrs. L. Buch Twa door West of office of or. Samuel Behm dec la in Cumberland Street. Lebanon april 16,1863. _. Or. Abiah h Light. Offers his professional services to the citizens of the Borough of Lebanon and Vicinity. Office in Walnut Street two doors North of the lutheran far son age. March 4,1863. Weigley amp de1v All Oil Mission Mett Hal is por the Sale of butter eggs Heese tallow lard a poultry game dried fruits a a a Grain seed let . 170 Reade Street. One door above Washington new York. 0. Woi Gloy. De wait. References Robb a a enough new York Allen a brother do v. In. Selfridge. Esq. Do Jones t stupa re do sinn on. 4 Samuel g. Johnson do y. Breslin. Esq., Lobanon pa.-, l. Bet. Canton Ohio in. C. Curry a co., Bankers Erie la a. Hon. , ,<pa Ajan 14.1863. To Lenew bakery role undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens of Lebanon that Helms commenced the bake org business a in All its varieties at his stand on umber and Street Lebanon nearly opposite the Buck Otel and will Supply customers with the Best bread Akes. A. Amp a. Flour received from customers and turned to them in bread Katshor Teotico. Confection eries a All kinds fresh and of the beet Quality constantly in it amp do do Fri misled at the Jowes prices a a the Public is invited to give me a trial. T lob non. Nov. 9,1659. Of h. Ebur. Jacob e. L. Zion Merman a ,vi�f3t class hair dressing and Halit Dye Raj so Sai con Market Street near Cumberland Nodi opposite the Eagle hotel. Being thankful for the heretofore extended to him he would aspect fully solicit a a continuance of the some. Lebanon. July 3,18u2. N. Saloon will be closed Oft sundays Muel Rej nosh. Audi pos rein0khi Chas. a Friendly invitation to nil desirous of purchasing lumber amp Coal to the Best advantage at the old established and lumber Yard a a m of a Bei noels amp Meily at the Union canal on the East and West sides o Market Street North Lebanon Borough. Ryphe subscribers take pleasure in informing the Citi-1 kens of Lebanon and surrounding counties that they still continue the lumber and Coal business at their old and Well known stand where they Are daily receiving additional supplies of the Best and Well seasoned lumber consisting of White and Yerow Pine boards plane and ,.vmrtm/ Hemlock boards Plank and scantling. Fails posts palings and fenc1 no boards. Ash from 1 to 4 Loch Cherry from the 3 tech. Pop Jui from % to 2 Inch. Poplar and Hardwood scantling. Oak and Maple boards and planks. Roof log and plastering laths. Shingles Quot shingles shingles also Pine and Hemlock shingles. Coal Coal Coal a Large Stock of the Best Quality of stove broken egg and line burners Coal and also the Best Allegheny Coal for blacksmiths. A a get thankful for the Liberal manner in which they have heretofore been patronized they would extend a cordial invitation for a continuance of favors As they Are confident that they now have the largest Best and cheapest Stock of lumber on hand in the county which will he sold at a reasonable per cent amp be.45 please Call and examine our Stock and prices be fore purchasing elsewhere. Reinoehl amp Meily. North Lebanon Borough May 1862. Private Sale a of. Borough property. In subscriber offers for Sale the lot of ground on Market Burcat Lebanon Square South of Hill 1 Side. 33 feet front by 199 deep formerly occupied by George Hess or. The improvements Are a s. To Story weather boarded dwelling 111 House Anil other improvements. For further Olill information and terms apply to Georges Gasser Ibson sept 9,1863. Rag dining rail Road summer arrangement. J/1rkat trunk line from the North and Jet Nib West for Philadelphia new York a Kos a Paft a p0tt3ville, Lebanon Allentown Easton ac., a. 1 trains leave Harrisburg . Now York. Reading Pool Boule Anil All intermediate stations at 8 $ a m a passing Lebanon 9.13 a. M., and Noy a sprees leaves Harrisburg at 2.15 a. A passes Lebanon at 3.15 a. M., arriving at new York at 9.15 the satire morning. Fares from Harrisburg ton�w-York$5 15 to Philadelphia $3 35 find $2 80. Baggage checked through return mpg. Leave new York at 6 a. M., 12 noun and 7 h �v��1tfvliu1�?o ,k1x.�?T�?~es� to Ray Asel phia at 8-Io-af m -,and3.39 p. M., passing Lebanon at 12.17 Noop 7.17 p. Aud a Spross at 1.oil a. Sleeping Tiara the new York express trains through to apr from Pittsburgh without change. Porseng Ruby to by cat we a a Kail Road leave Tamaqua it 8,50, a. M., and 2.15 p. For Philadelphia now York and All it Fay Points. Trains at 9.15 a. M., and 2.30 p. M., for Philadelphia Harrisburg Aud new York. A accommodation passenger train leaves beading at 6.00 a. Mid returns from Phil Adelphia at 5 00 p. 45&Quot daily sundays excepted. A bunday Tram leaves i Ottsville at Al and Philadelphia at 3.15 1. comm Tauloa tickets with 2$ coupons at 2a per cent Between apy Points desired mileage tickets Good for 2000 Miles Between Alt Points at $46 35-r-for in Julies and business firms. Season Aud school tickets. At reduced a Ratos to and from All Points styx pounds baggage Alio Wod each passenger. Passengers Are requested to Purchase their tickets before entering the cars As higher fares Are charged if paid in tars. G. A.njc0lls. April 29 1863 general . Lebanon vol. Is no. 19. Lebanon. Pa., wednesday november 4, 1863. Whole no. 749 not alcoholic. A i shot concentrated vegetable extract. A Tufte tonic. ©0�t0k a in a Flahn a German bitters prepared by or. C. Jackson Philada a. A. Will effectually cure liver complaint dyspepsia jaundice Chr onto or nervous debility diseases of the kidneys and All diseases arising from a disordered liver or stomach. Such As constipation inward piles. Fri bibs or. Blood to the head acidity of. The stomach Nii pea heartburn disgust for Pooh fullness or weight in the stomach. Sour erect actions. Ski Moor fluttering at the pit of the stomach swimming of the Licini. Hurried and difficult breathing fluttering at the heart choking or suffocating sensations when in a of vision dots it or webs before the sight reverend Dull pain in the cml. Deficiency of perspiration Yellowness Ottha ski and eyes pain in Tbs Side Back Chest. Limbs. &c., sudden flushes of heat burning in the v l c n ipad linings of evil and great depression of spirus. And will positively prevent yellow fever bilious fever life. They contain no alcohol or bad whiskey ? they will cure the above diseases in ninety nine cases out of a Hundred. Induced by the extensive Sale and Universal popularity of Hoofland a German bitters purely vegetable hots of ignorant quack and unscrupulous adventurers have opened upon suffering humanity the flood Gates of nostrums in the shape of poor whiskey Rilely compounded with injurious drugs and christened tonics Stema Chiss and bitters. Beware of the. Innumerable array of alcoholic preparations in Plethoria bottles and big bellied kegs under the modest appellation of Bittera j which instead of curing Only aggravate disease and leave the disappointed in despair. Hoofland a German bitters a Are not a vie it a and untried article but have stood Hie test of fifteen years trial by the american Public and their recitation and Sale Are not rivalled by any similar preparation. The proprietors have thousands of letters from the most eminent clergymen lawyers physicians and citizens testifying of their own personal knowledge to the beneficial effects and medical Virtues of these bitters. Do you want something to strengthen you do you want a Good appetite ? dry you want to build the Pyous Constitution to you want to feel Well ?. Do you want to get rid of nervousness do u w ant Energy do you want to sleep Well do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling i you do. Use Iio Flandy a germen bitters from Rev d. Newton Broom d. A editor of the in it a cyclopedia of religious knowledge. Although not disposed to favor or recommend Paten a in general through distrust of their ingredients and effects i yet know of no sufficient reasons Why a Man May hot testify to the benefits he believes himself to have received from any simple preparation in the Hope that he May thus contribute to the Benefit of others. I do this the More readily in regard to Hoof find a German bitters prepared by or. C. Jackson of this City because i was prejudiced against them for Many years under the impression that they were chiefly an alcoholic mixture. I am indebted to my Friend Robert Shoemaker Esq. For the removal of this prejudice by proper tests and for encouragement to try them when suffering from great and Long continued a Pili to. The use of Throe bottles of these bitters at the beginning of the present year was followed by evident to Relief and restoration to a degree of bodily and mental vigor which i had not Felt for six Mouths before and Ltd almost despaired of regaining. I therefore thank god and Iny Friend for directing me to the use of them \ j Newton Broin poiljld�?Ta., Junz. 23 1861. Paris Citlai notice. There Are Many preparations sold under the name of bitters put up in quart bottles compounded of the cheapest whiskey or cd Mason rum costing from Vul. To 40. Cuts per Gall a i it Tolfe tto to Uig dts Lay and Feur coriander deed. This class of bitters Lias caused and will Continuo to cause As Jungas the can be sold hundreds to d in a death of Quot the drunkard. By their use the system is kept continually under the influence of alcoholic stimulants o f the worst kind the desire for liquor is created Anil kept up and the result is All the horrors attendant upon a drunkards life and death. For those who desire and will have a liquor bitters we publish the following receipt. Get one bottle Hoof Lan is Gem a \ bitters and mix with three quarts of Good Brandy or whiskey and the result will be a preparation that will far Excel in medicinal Virtues and True excellence any of the numerous liquor bitters in the Market and will Cost Mudi less. You will have All the Virtues of Hoofland s bitters in connection with a Good article of liquor at a much less Price than these inferior preparations will Cost you. A attention soldiers and the friends of soldiers. We Call the attention of All hav Jug relations and friends in the army to the fact that a Hoof land a German bitters will cure nine tenths of the diseases induced by exposures and to Camp life. In Tho lists published almost daily in the newspapers on the arrival of the Wmk. It will to noticed that it very Large proportion Are suffering from debility. Every Case of that kind can be readily cured by Hoofland a German bitters. Diseases resulting from disorders of the digestive organs Are speedily removed. We have no hesitation in stating that if these bitters were freely used among our soldiers hundreds of lives might be saved that otherwise will be lost. ? we Call particular attention to the following remarkable and Well authenticated cure of one of the it ion a heroes whose use to use his own language a has been saved by the bitters. Philadelphia August 23rd, 1862 messes. Jones amp , gentlemen your aloof left Bdl a German b hitters has saved my life. There is no mistake in this. It is vouched for by numbers of my comrades some of whose name Are appended and who were fully cognizant of All the circumstances of my Cusp i urn and have been for the Hist four years a member of Sherman a Jele rated Battery and under the immediate command of Captain a b. Ayres through the exposure attendant upon my arduous duties. I was attacked in november last with inflammation of Tho lungs and was Abr seventy two Days in the Hospital. This was followed by great debility heightened by an attack 6f dysentery. I was then removed from the White House and sent to this City on Board the Steamer a state of from which i lauded on the 28th of Jane. Since that time 1 have been about us Low As any one could be and still retain amp spark of vitality. For a week or Nior Erl was scarcely Able to Swallow anything and if i did Force a mortal Down it was immediately thrown up again i could not even keep a Glass of water on my stomach. Life could not last under these circumstances and accordingly the physicians who had been work aug faithfully though unsuccessfully to Rescue me from the grasp of the dead Archer frankly told me they Raul do no More for me and advised me to see a Clergyman and to Nike such disposition of my limited funds As Best suited me. An acquaintance who visited me at the Hospital, Steinbron 2, sixth below Arch Street advised me As a forlorn Hope to try your bitters and kindly procured a bottle. From the time i commenced taking them the gloomy Shadow of death receded and i am now thank god for it getting better. Though i have but take two bottles. I have gained Teci pounds mud i feel sanguine of being permitted to rejoin my wife and daughter from whom i have heard 18 months for gentlemen i am a Loyal virginian from the Vicinity of front Royal. To your invaluable bitters i owe the certainty of life which has taken a re place of vague earn a to your Iii text will i owe the glorious privilege of again clasping to my who Are Dearest to Mei Ulitz very truly yours Isaac Malone. We fully concur in the truth of the above statement As we had despaired of seeing our Comrade or. Malone restored to health. John Cuddleback 1st new York Battery. George a Ackley co o 11th Maine. Lewis Chev a.l1ek ,�?~92d new York. I a a Spencer 1st artillery Battery f. J b Farewell cob 3d Vermont. Henry b Jerome co b do. Henry t Macdonald co 0 6th Maine John f Ward. Co s 6tb Maine Herman Koch co h 72d new York. Nathaniel b Thomas co f 95th Pena. Andrew j Kimball co a 3d Vermont. John Jenkins co b w6tb Peru. Beware of counterfeits i see that the Siga Aturo of a pc. Jackson a the wrapper of each bottle. Price per bottle 75 cents or half Doz. For 00.should your nearest druggist not have to a article do not be put off by any of the. Intoxicating preparations that May be offered in its place but a end to us and we will Forward securely packed by a a principal office and manufactory no. 631 Arch st Jones amp Evans. Successor to g. Jackson amp go., proprietors. A foil Sale by a. , opposite the court House Lebanon pa., and by druggists and dealers in every town in the United states. _ May 27, 1863.�?ly. Lion eem Oyal. Tailoring t Orenzuk ,would Rex spec fully inform the citizens of Lebanon and Vicinity that he has remove a his to Noring establishment a few doors East of Laudermilch a store and nearly opposite the Washington House on Cumber Laius st., where he will mak8 up clothing in the most fashionable styles in the Best manner Good fits guaranteed to All. Thankful Forth very Liberal patronage extended to. Him thus far to Hopes to Merit and continue the same. A be Bayou april 8,1863.�?ly, a a a Juite Luttbeg. Womak a Resolution. Ill toll you of a fellow of a fellow i have seen who is neither White nor yellow but is altogether Greenland his mime if is not charming it is Only common Bill and he wishes me towed him Bui i hardly think i will. Of he whispered of Devotion of nation up vend deep and it Geu med so very silly that 1 almost fell asleep and methinks it would in pleasant As we journey Down Tho Hill. To go hand in band together but i hardly think i told me of a cottage of a cottage a Mong Tho Trees,1 and doubt you think the fellow tumbled Down upon his Knees f while the tears the fellow wasted were enough to turn a Mill. And he begged me to accept Linin Buti hardly think i will. was Here last night to see to but he made so Long a stay i began to think the Blockhead never meant to go away at first i Learned to hate him and i know i Bate him Stii 1, yet to urges me to Wod bin but a hardly think i will. In a sure i would not choose him but the very Deuce is in it. For he says if refuse him he could hot Uve a Minuto now Yon know the blessed Bible plainly says you must not kill 8o in be thought the matter Over and i rather think i will. The maniac doctor. It must be confessed that it is very provoking thing to receive a letter on Christmas morning calling you two Hundred Miles away on a Midi Rae Diate and important yes it is a very provoking thing indeed at least so i found it both in anticipation and in very deed but there was no help for it. Snooks Ray lawyer wrote yid told me that if on the 25th, i was not at cd i should probably lose never mind what but something which indeed me to pack my portmanteau in ail haste Send for a Handsom Aud drive for the x. A z. Station. When i arrived there i found i was too late for the train i had wished to catch and that the next one did not Start for three quarters of an hour. Inwardly cursing my ill Fortune i went to the waiting room and endeavoured to make myself As comfortable As i could but despite All my attempts. I think t never knew Timo to pass so slowly Iri All my life except a certain Twenty minutes about which i Ain going to Tell. Although Asib Iii tile time wet to very slowly nevertheless it did go and. In process of time. I found myself snugly ensconced in a first class Carriage which had but one. Occupant besides myself a cheerful looking lit tie old Man with Gray hair and a strange restless look about the eyes. Directly i got into the Carriage he addressed me in a familiar Way a. A a merry Christmas to you.�?T, a the same to you a said i rather gruffly As i was not in the Best of humor and did not feel inclined to be cheerful and neighbourly. A Why bless me sir a said the Little old Man renewing the attack a you have not any thing wherewith to keep yourself warm on this cold Winters Day allow my to offer you one of my. Travelling wrappers. I always take care to be Well provided with such things when i go on a and my companion took from his Side a rolled up Rug unfolded it and taking a Small mahogany Box from the folds threw Tho Rug to to. A thank you sir a said i feeling in spite of myself a Shade More cheer Fps. A a of no thanks no thanks i do it for my own Benefit not yours i assure you.�?T. A How do you make that out v a a Why i like to have a a a of Citable face opposite me and besides Tho grand Experiment you a what grand Experiment v i said somewhat startled by the Many a excited manner. A a ohm nothing nothing a said he colouring violently a Only that is to say a a exactly Are y of a Freemason v a a a not a Freemason ? Why bless me you ought most certainly to become a Why so a because a fou would then know that they have got a sort of that is to say in fact a a i know ,. A of a Eaily t declare you Are the most extraordinary Man i Ever met. Well in be got a secret too and that my grand Experiment.�?T. A As its a secret i suppose you will not Tell me what it is a a of yes 1 will though but perhaps i had better not never mind ill Tell you it is simply this to discover what Are the different feelings of different persons on different occasions.�?T. A a i should hardly Call that an a. ,.,a would no you now ? curious that yes very curious for to the truth i done to myself know whether i am justified in Catling it an Experiment. But enough of that matter for the present. May i ask where you Are going to a a to c a a have you any friends there a a none i am sorry to say. I am called there on some disagreeable thought important a then May 1 have the pleasure of your company to dinner when you arrive there v a thank you i shall have Tho greatest pleasure in accepting your kind invitkition.�?T. A is a a a by the by do you know How Many times we Stop before we reach a pm a Only twice As this is an express train. Once at mat 2 of clock and second at iat 5 a and when Are we due at c v a at half st six i a thank a thus for a time our conversation ended but a re often renewed it again and i Begarif to regard Ray companion As a Clever kindhearted though rather old Man. Some Tinis after to had passed m Ray Centric Friend composed himself for a sleep and was soon shoring and it was not Long before i followed Lita example. dreams were troubled. First of All i dreamed i was Beilig hung then that i was being a amp a cuffed and last of All that a a Grey a of svy ight was upon me and that so me tiding was pressing Sie Avely upon my Chest. 1 then woke with a Start to find myself bound hand and foot with 4 rope passed round my neck and fastened to the umbrella rack behind in such a manner that if i struggled in the least i should inevitably Choice myself and my fellow traveller was standing Over me with one in amp of on my Chest. A what Are you doing a said i but my sentence was Cut Short by a gag which my eccentric Friend thrust into my Mutli and tied behind my head. Tjien stood away to look at his Handiwork with eyes glaring Liko Hobo off a wild beast and his whole Framski trembling with excitement. A a e a now a be Laid with a wild laugh a now i shall Able to try my grand Experiment j now i shall be Able to find whether the heart can be extracted while a Man is alive without killing him twice i have failed but the stars hav told me that a third time i shall Ryn fail. O i Famo. Glory immortality. I have you in my grasp what pitiful fool do you turn Pale and tremble if you die. You will die a glorious Martyr to science and if you live you and i will share the glory of this grand discovery from the s i ridiculous Rhodo n it a Tado i perceived that my pleasant eccentric travelling companion was a rave Itig Man in what w is Todo i could not move hand or foot or even speak arid Uio madman was the sea in front of me a collection of Bright steel instruments which he too from the mahogany hex which i have Hafif Nril. Was there any help for me ? 1 tried to r Memler How Long it was after to left my before i went asleep. we got to 1 the maniac would be discovered and 1 should be relieved from the horrible death which now seemed imminent but As i had been dozing some time before i. Went regularly off to sleep i found that i could not in the least remember what time had passed. After some time spent in preparing his instruments my persecutor began to prepare me by unbuttoning my Waistcoat and Baring Ray breast. At length everything seemed to be to his satisfaction and to took up a Sharp keen bladed knife. I shall never forget my sensations when i saw that Little glittering instrument so soon to to dyed with May blood i left a cold shudder run through my body Aud 1 longed to close my eyes but they seemed to keep open by a . After trying the Edgo of the knife and preparing a cloth and giving one final look to his instruments my eccentric Friend pressed his Finger close above my heart and said a this is How i am going to manage it my Friend i am going to Cut a Circle in the fish above the heart with this knife it will not Hurt much As 1 shall Only just Cut through the skin and a he knife is exceedingly Sharp. then proceed to dig deeper with this instrument and finally extract Tho this. The Reader i a it imagine my eci Tiona during this bold bloody recital for 1 am utterly unable to describe them Blit when Tho Sharp steel first pierced my flesh and i Felt the warm blood flowing out. past life seemed to pass before my mind in a moment of time Only to make my desire of still living and the horrors of an ignominious death tenfold greater. A. Slowly the Sharp knife ploughed in my flesh malt no my blood freeze i my veins and my eyeballs Burn and seem ready to burst from their sockets and now i Felt my reason err dual in leaving me Tho Strain upon my Quot nerves was too much i Felt they must give Way but 1 considered that if they did my Only Hope would begone for if i moved of a should be choked with the rope around my neck. Slowly the Sharp steel impelled by a steady hand continued its deadly course and now the Circle was nearly accomplished when i Felt Tho Speed of the train was being gradually diminished. A Ray of Hope illuminated my breast. I looked into my. Companions be too noticed that we were nearing 1 but to was too intent on his horrible work. ,. At length he leaned Back and said a a there now Only a oat an Inch More and i shall commence the deep Only about an Inch and the station was yet some Way off. Only a bout an Inch my life hung upon the merest thread. ,._ it was not Long that the exp Riv Mentor admired work that of a baffled wild beast and i became insensible. For weeks after this 1 Lay Between life and death in a brain fever brought on by the intense excitement and fear of those Twenty minutes. 1 afterwards Learned that my pleasant companion had been a doctor and surgeon but that when he was a Young Man and just married having performed an operation to extract a cancer from his wife of which she afterwards died to went out of his mind and had Ever since been attempting to escape in order that he might perform the dreadful Experiment which so nearly resulted in my death. To a Dier strange Arm seize my Tormentor j. Heard a Lovid and Appal Itig cry1 like atreus Ward t0_pringe of Wales Friend remember me. I saw you in Canady a few years ago. I remember you too. I Seldom Forgit a person. I Carn of your marriage to the printers Alae Autry amp Merit to writ you a congrats oratory letter at the tune hut in be bin Boidin a barn this summer amp Hainet had time to write letters to folks. Exc oos to. Butneris Changos has Token place since we set in Tho body politic. The body politic in Fack is sick. I sum times think it has got Biles Friend Wales. In my country we be got a War while in your country in conjunction with Cape a sems of the Al barmy Man Tancsa notral position. In in fraidy i can to write goals when i sit about it. Of no i. Guess not i a yes sir we be got a War and the too. Patriot has to make Sacri Lissee you bet. A. I have already Given two cousins to the War and i stand Reddy to Sac Rifis my wife a brother Ruthern not see the Rebolin Krushat. And if wuss Ems to wuss ill shed every drop of Blud my Able Hod id relation has got to prose Koot the Ivar. I think sum body Aughter be prose rooted and it May As Welt be the War As anybody Oise when 1 git a Goa Kin fit onto use ter try ter atop me. You Hearn about the draft Friend Wales no. Doubt. It caused sum squirm in but it was fairly conducted i , for it hit All classes. It is too that Wendill Philips who is a american citizen of african scent shaped but so did valian wiggum who is conservative and who wus recently sent South Tho to would have bin sent to the dry Torto Ogus if Abe bad posed for a in Iii that the to too uses would keep him. We Hainet got 1113 duly Pip i 1 oui t in but wove got a female sewing Circle,.wliich ans Era the sane p i pass a of we was t Long in suspects As to who was drafted one i u g Man who was raw cd i aimed 10 us exempt be Eouse he was the son of a widowed Mother who supported him. A few Able bodied dead men were drafted but whether their heirs will have to 8 Hundred a dollars apiece for Mem is a question for Lii tiny who pears to be tinkering up this draft bigness right smart., i Hope to makes Good wages. .1 think most of the Eon scripts in this place will go. A few will go to Canady stopping on their Way of Concord. N. H., where i in do Stan there is a Musi am of Harts. But to return to our our recent grate triumphs on the Mississippi the father of Waters and them is Waters no father need Lee a shamed of Twig the Witt Kisin ? and the cheering look of things in other places 1 reckon we Shane to want any Musi 11m of Harts. And what upon Airth do the people of Concord n. H., want a museum of Harts for ? ainu to you got the state House new and what More do 3�?Tou want ? butt All this is Fugarin to the Pur puss of this note after All. of Jeck in now add Rossini you is to give Yon some Adrico. Friend Wales about mat g r your Wile a b a Ness in be had Over thirty years experience in. You had a Good Weilt in. La he papers hav a Good Deal to say about willing in connect she not Knowin what that air. And so i frankly tells you. Noble lord Dook of the throne. I can t Zach try say who her we 1 d Era or 1 01 we was very much flush rated but i n Svor enjoyed in Solf better in,m3 life. Dewiess. Your supper was ahead of our n. As regards latin uses bal Dinville was Ailers shaky. But Yogi can git a Good meal in new York and cheap too. You can git halt a Mackrill at Delmonico s or or. Mason d in f r 6 x dollars and bed per tutors thrown in. As i sed i manage Ray wife with out any particular trouble. When Fust commenced to 1 no t i i inst tooted a series of experiments and them As did no to i band my you d better do similar your wife May object to Gittin up and big Din the fire in the morn in but if you commence with her at once you May by Able trove rum this Prev Odis i regret to Obs arvo that i did t Coin i Monee Early snuff. I hav you s Poso i was Ever kicked out of bed. Not at All. I simply say in regard to Boidin fires that i did no to commence arly enuf. In was a rather cold Mormur when 1 Fust proposed the Idee to Betsy. It was t Well received and i found myself laying on the floor Putty Suddot. I thought id git up and Bild the fire myself. wife is 52 years old and has Alius sustained a Good a Good Cook ilor Mother lived to a venerable age and died the of frying flapjacks for Tho county . May , hand Pluck a flour from her doom stun we Hainet got any picture he old lady because show a Hever s tin d for her ambro Tipe and therefore to can to give her likeness to the world v1 a. Of. A through the Mee Jum of the Illus Ife papers but As she Wasny to a brigade Gina ral particles la 1 done to so pose they a publish it anyhow. There a Varis ways of managing a wife Friend Wales but the Best and Only Safe Way is to let her do list a bout As she wants to. I adopted that there plan soon time ago and it works like a Charm. A remember me kindly to mrs. Wales and Good Luck to both of you. And As years Roll by and accidents begin to happen to you among which i Hope there la to twins Jou will agree with me that family Joys air the Only ones a Man can bet on with any certainty of Winnin. It May interest you to know that in a prospering in a pee Noory pint of View. I make a bout As much in Tho course of a year As a Cabinet of Sifor does and i understand mar bigness a Good Deal better than sum of Mem do respects to st. George amp the drag on. A a a a Ever be bapp3�?T.�?T a a. Ward a family paper for town and country is printed and published wife kit by we. Be Slot 2< Story of Funckes new building a cult Briand is at one Dollar and fifty cents a tear. 45 Insu Tod at the usual rates. The friends of the establishment Public Getis a ally Are respect Nuy solicited to Send in their Odefa. A 45rhandbills printed at an Honra notice rates of pos Taos. In Lebanon county postage free in Pennsyl Eftula out of Lebanon county 5 cent pet Quarter or 13 cents a year. Out of this state a a 4 cts. Per Quarter at2eu. Jet if the postage is Mot paid in Advance Tate Ata double. Printing without gentle Man a Largo capitalist and one of the most successful inventors of the Day has succeeded in chemically Throat ing the it Pup. During the process of manufacturing printing paper m such a manner a that when the paper is pressed against the uni oked types the Are crushed and a ii it impression is result. The advantage sought to be obtained is the disregarding of Ink and rollers and by it revolutionizing printing machinery and printing from a continuous Roll of paper it is calculated that the time occupied in impressing Large quantities of paper will be nominal in comparison to the Inqui cements of the present Day a cleanliness in the printing office would thus become proverbial and the time now wasted in making and distributing lolled is obviated we have been assisting this a gentleman in some parts of Bis Experiment and further information to withhold at his x request until further letters Patent shall be typographical advertiser. A Good Story. In the a editor s drawer of harpers Magazine was the following Good Story of Illinois soldiers and an Illinois colonel a the latter col. Oglesby Well known to Fame a a Well one Day his Fife and drum majors into the Woods to practice a new tune. Attracted no doubt by the met<3yru find iatsboa�i5umu�fcap prep Cliritie came near alas for the safety of ish own Bacon too near for our base drummer by a change of base a made a base attack on his front while the lifer by a bold and rapid flank movement charged in the was soon Over a few Well directed volleys of clubs and other persuasive were applied and Piggy went dead again a Martyr to his love for music but How to get the deceased porker to Camp 1 a that a what a the matter now. After considerable discussion an idea struck the drummer not so As to Hurt him inthe drum just the thing by Hokey a said the Fifer. One head was taken out the hog stowed in and our heroes started for Camp their drum Between them. In the meantime the regiment were out for dress Parade and the colonel somewhat perplexed at the absence of his principal musicians no sooner saw the gents than in a voice of reprimand he ordered them to take their place Visith the music. The drum bearers halted looked at each oth. It. 1 it r. Her then at the colonel but said never a word. The co repeated his order in a style so emphatic that it could not be misunderstood. The dealers in pork Felt a crisis had arrived and that an explanation had become a a military necessity a a so the drummer going up close to the coi acquainted with of affairs winding up with a we a Low col. A Nel to bring the Best Quarter Over to your a sick he a a thundered the. Colonel a wily did no to you say so at first a go to your quarters a of course Bat Tai ion right face the colonel had. Fresh pork for supper. How turkish princesses Are marriages of the princesses on whose expense As the. A Hatti he Mayoun of 1863 stated saving could be effected deserves special notice. Ii one of the sultanas daughters has attained the age at which turkish girls Are generally married the father seeks a husband for her among the 1 Nobles of his court if a Young Man specially pleases her. is Given the rank of lieutenant general nothing lower is . The chosen Man receives in addition a magnificent fully furnished Palace and sixty thousand plasters a month pocket Money and in addition his father in Law defray All the housekeeping expenses the bridegroom is not a i ways Over and above pleased at being selected if he be married he is obliged to get a divorce he must never have a wife or mistress in addition to a Princess and moreover he is regarded As the servant rather than the husband of his wife. The Sultan himself announces to him his impending Good Fortune and. It is his to Bow reverentially it kiss the sultans feet and stammer a few words about the High Honor the unexpected happiness amp a. then proceeds with the Chaimberlain who bears the Imperial hat to the Sublime Porte. A military band proceeds him and soldiers Are drawn up along the Road who present arms. At the head of the staircase the Bride rpm is received by the Rand vizier conducted by him hit a room where All the Mira Steis Are assembled and the halt is read aloud.rr-. This ceremony corresponds to Hie. Betrothal. A a a a a a -. A go. If a Man is murdered by his. G w n hired men Coroner Finuf a verdict of his own hand for general my Clellan a it to the editor of the advertiser Mcclellan that name which causes the abolitionists so much anxiety and alarm is enshrined m the heart of every Trae Patriot and Lover of his country. His adversaries have Laboured incessantly to bring into disrepute his excellent character they have made use of every Opportunity to assail Hie soldierly qualities they have even accused him of being a traitor cooperating with the rebels and by Lii s malignant partisanship it last effected his removal from the Coparan d of the Gallant army of. The Potomac. They thought tha they could diminish the. Oof Fidenci which the soldiers and people re a posed in his military ability and. Purity of motives by falsely mis a representing his intentions but subsequent events have proved conclusively that he is the Many the duly Man to Lead the pm Tom a army successfully against tire military Genius of gen. Lee and to a Day to in a Little Mac wields a Power greater than that of any Man in the North. So impressed Are the people with an Effort is already being made to bring him before the Public As a candidate for the presidency in 1864. The qualified voters of the United states will then have an Opportunity of attesting to Weir appreciation of Luis ser vices by electing him to that responsible position. No Man is More deserving the homage of the people than he and we have no hesitancy in declaring that had the administration listened to his Wise counsels not a vestige of this unhappy rebellion would now re main As it is the defiant rebels present As hold a front to our army As they Ever did and from appear. A aces the rebellion is no nearer at an end than when they first raided the infamous Standard of.seces-. Sion and disunion. We say fur ther had the Earnest of gen. Mcclellan from Harrison so Landing to gen. Ilal Leek by Eire rest spec Ted the terrible misfortunes q of the second Bull run Fredbo Erickson re and Chancellorsville would never have found a place in the history of this Var a Toldi gen. Halleck that the removal Ofhie army from the Peninsula Koukl a result in nothing Bat disaster Vendt How truly were his -Predietionftvfer-.-ified. has been charged by the administration As being Reri Spon sible for the losses trea stain i. De on the pc insula and1 of a or crts a capturing Richmond when it is Well known to every intelligent Reader that his command was Cut up at the express will of the. President thereby amp taking of the rebel capital an utter pos Sivility. Mcclellan testified on oath that had the command of gen. Mcdowell been sent to his r assistance As he demanded the fit l it of Richmond would inevitably have followed. A ask a Eaid before. The removal of the army from the a South Side of to a James River proved disastrous in the extreme. And had it not been for the oppor tone arrival of Mcclellan at Alex a Dria the shattered legions of Popo r would perhaps never have re Cheff the entrench mints at Washington 1 not taking into account the Coni Quot tempt which Pope previously entertained for him he rendered idl the assistance possible forgetting All past difference knowing that the salvation of the army Dej Nedr on his immediate a through All this War he showed the same spirit a of do. A a a. T a a. 5 r. A i a i i v a Cotton to country and All his persecutors cannot effect his Well earned character on Iota a to substantiate All that we have said we need hut refer fhe re de a to the incidents of this War an i As a confirmation of the same the r testimony of the soldiers who a fought under him is the Battle of Fredericksburg / where thousands of our-brave.ga1 Diers were immolated country a altar and were Bajard lost Bis life the Wei a communicate dub a of his friends a give. Clellan and Gret is that i Dif a a i \
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